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French web-based music learning platform available in Malta for free

Malta is the second country in Europe to provide the programme free of charge

2 May 2016, 4:15pm
Culture Minister Owen Bonnici and Prime Minister Joseph Muscat during the launch of the Meludia programme in Malta
Culture Minister Owen Bonnici and Prime Minister Joseph Muscat during the launch of the Meludia programme in Malta
Over 600 interactive music learning exercises offered through Meludia • Video by Raphael Farrugia
The Maltese government has signed an agreement with the French web-based music learning platform, Meludia.

The platform will be made available free of charge to every citizen in Malta. Prime Minister Joseph Muscat urged parents to encourage their children to make use of the programme.

“It will help us understand music better and it might also help people discover their talents,” Muscat told a news conference during the announcement of the collaboration.

The music education company will be visiting the hospital and the prisons, among other places.

Meludia’s revolutionary approach to music learning through over 600 interactive music learning exercises has been recognised and endorsed by a growing number of world-famous soloists, orchestras and conservatories, among them renowned violinist Nicola Benedetti; acclaimed cellist Leonard Elschenbroich; leading German violinist Linus Roth and by professors at MIT in Boston and the Sorbonne University in Paris.

Kevin Kleinmann, professor at the Sorbonne University, also revealed that renowned tenor Joseph Calleja had approached the government suggesting Malta takes on board the project.

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