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Maestro Ray Agius is one of the most talented songwriters in the local music industry noting that some of his work has represented the country in foreign waters, including Keep Me In Mind performed by Mike Spiteri which achieved tenth place back in 1995 as well as Let Me Fly which was sung by Debbie Scerri landing ninth place back in 1997. He is also the most successful songwriter in the Konkors Kanzunetta Indipendenza having penned a total of six winning entries, the last of which being B'Rieda tal-Azzar performed by Mike Spiteri in 2011. At the moment, his latest project is composing the music to the lyrics of Michael Vella Haber and Evelyn Saliba la Rosa for the series D.R.E.A.M.S which airs every Wednesday on Television Malta at 20:45 CET. escflashmalta.com has always been proud to support this project due to the fact that it gives space to the younger generation of performers. This evening will mark the twenty-ninth (29th) episode of the series are the recent developments in storylines continue to develop and evolve accordingly.

Alex (Luke Brincat) seems to be the focal point of the story at the moment especially after the revelation that he comes from a long line of royal descendants. Jade (Rachel Genovese), Katia (Jade Cini) and Andre' (Jervis Galea) were the last to see him as they were having a double date in a restaurant. Unfortunately, the thugs that want to see the dynasty dead including Francalanza (Joe Tanti) managed to force his mother, Gina (Jospehine Fuller) to get him into the car with them. His location is still unknown but nevertheless, the audience knows that thus far, he is still alive. As his parents are re-united in this upcoming episode, they receive a mysterious package, and with caution, they have to vet the package. In the meantime, Katie and Jade are still trying to grasp the whole situation and thus snoop around ever so slightly to try and understand better.


Two weeks ago, Antoinette (Annalise Psaila) was visited by a talent scout (Dominic Cini) in order to try and lure her to the United States of America where there she would be studying to improve her voice and use it in the best possible manner. She has yet to tell her parents about the opportunity that has been granted to her but nevertheless approaches her mother, Theresa (Shirley Blake). Could it be the reaction expected by Antoinette or will everything go swiftly? On the other hand, Hilda (Evelyn Saliba La Rosa) goes to see her sister in jail to speak of the progress being done with regards to her fellow inmates problems. Elaine (Graziella Zammit), Janet (Donnah Busuttil), Patsy (Analise Mifsud) and Maria (Marie-Claire Sammut) all seem to be entangled in a web, possibly of romance but nevertheless, more problems seem to evolve rather than be solved in this particular situation. Stay tuned for this and more on this evenings' episode of D.R.E.A.M.S. kicking off at around 20:45 CET. 

Source: Rewind Productions


Published in Local Music News
Wednesday, 23 January 2013 02:50

Malta: More Drama Airing This Evening

Five years ago, a student reading for a degree at the University of Malta was still in secondary school, preparing to sit for the Ordinary Levels which in turn lead to post-secondary education and this particular element denotes that whilst the years speed ahead, the individual grows older and wiser. At this particular point in time, students are getting ready to sit for their examinations, ones which will make or break the future and sitting down on the sofa or an armchair at the end of a hard working day will surely be pivotal to the relaxation of the being. One of the best ways to relax is surely through watching the hit drama musical series known as D.R.E.A.M.S written by Michael Vella Haber and Evelyn Saliba La Rosa with production credit going to the notable company, Rewind. Original compositions by Maestro Ray Agius are a definite aid to getting the whole point across and considering the questions that have been raised since the beginning of the series, it is not wonder why the audiences just cannot help but tune in and watch. This evenings’ episode, the fourteenth of the series will be airing at 21:30 CET on Television Malta, the national broadcaster.

On this weeks’ episode of the series, the focus will be on the students attending sixth form noting that they continue to face situations which are true and very much real. Amber (Celine Cuschieri) is a first year student and part of the trio that are emerging as quite dynamic but she seems to be the one missing out on all the positives in life and as she continues to explain her bruises to her father, Samuel (Joseph Fenech), belief might be too strong a word. Speaking about first year students, then comes Saidah (Drizilla Bakoush) whom as many have realised in the past couple of episodes, has shown a lot of interest towards Keith (Leander Schembri), although the male teen definitely has something else up his sleeve having started conversations which instil him as a true racist and unwilling to accept diversity in society. This relationship, if it could be really called that is just a ploy which she is falling to rapidly despite the positive advice given by her best friends. 

In the meantime, Brandon (Jean Pierre Cassar) and Antoinette (Annalise Psaila) are feeling very uncomfortable as they come across each other in classes after dinner with the parents and the relationship is very much hanging by a thread at this moment in time. It will be quite interesting to see how it will evolve in the next couple of episodes. The story behind Alex (Luke Brincat) will be evolving more in this weeks’ episode with his mothers’ confidante Alistair (Karl Schembri) seemingly analyzing his every move. The last four individuals who will seemingly be involved this week are Patsy-May (Analise Mifsud) and Maria (Marie-Clare Sammut) whose relationship might be rekindling as well as Letizia (Cherylis Camilleri) and Mandy (Nakita Grima), the latter who has been told to stay away from the formers’ house but somewhat disobeys orders. Do not miss this evenings' episode which is set to air just after the news bulletin at around 21:30 CET on Television Malta. Stay tuned to escflashmalta.com for more news about the musical drama series.

Source: Rewind Productions


Published in Local Music News
Wednesday, 21 November 2012 14:20

Malta: Let the Revelations Continue This Evening

During the summer months, there had been a growing sense of impatience between fans of the series who have once more become inclined to know the latest about every particular character with many even asking what happened to others who might have not been seen in recent weeks but in actuality, things unfold at a relatively normal pace had it been everyday life and that is why patience becomes an extremely important virtue. Writing becomes part of a person rather than a daily chore and this is surely the case when it comes to the individuals behind the weekly music drama series, with Evelyn Saliba La Rosa and Michael Vella Haber working in unison to create something which teenagers could ultimately relate to within their daily lives. It is imperative that television is seen as a means of how to get particular messages across and being shown on the national television station is definitely a positive. Rewind Productions will be hosting their eight episode of the second season of the music drama D.R.E.A.M.S this evening on Television Malta just after the eight o'clock news.

It has been noted that the present could easily be a reflection of the present and this is surely the case within the storyline that involves the supposed love triangle that involves Robert (Andre Penza), Sue (Ruth Sammut Casingena), Cynthia (Stephanie Attard Vella), Gloria (Joanne Busuttil) and Edward (Manuel Cutajar). It seems that Sue is in some manner trying to rekindle her emotions towards Robert who confronts her and tries to have a conversation with her with the details somewhat mysterious but just as this was set to go further, they are easily interrupted by Cynthia who stops by for a surprise visit. Back to the sixth form, it seems that things are heating up on several levels, the first with Saidah (Drizilla Bakoush) and Keith (Leander John Schembri) who have now officially went out on a date and have learned several things but ultimately, were her friends right about him and how will his character evolve within the general storyline? That is yet to be scene but focus in this episode will be on the day of the election with Chloe (Michela Dalli) and Jade (Rachel Genovese) going head to head against each other. There is clear rivalry going on between them but will one of them win or will there be yet another upset? Another point of attention is in prison with the inmates faces some issues and with somebody somewhat getting hurt. In fact, the focus will is none other than Frances (Sabina Attard) whose former history will be revealed this evening. Stay tuned to escflashmalta.com and watch Television Malta at 20:40 CET this evening for another thrilling episode of D.R.E.A.M.S.

Source: Rewind Productions


Published in Local Music News