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Michael Bugeja
Music Critic, Malta Independent - 2009

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TEATRU UNPLUGGED - 2005

TEATRU UNPLUGGED (Theatre Unplugged) Malta 2005

TEATRU WITH A TWIST!
by Michael Bugeja, The Malta Independent, 15th January 2005

But – on with the show! Young pianist Clifford Borg took his seat at the piano, the lights went down, and the gentle notes of Michael Nyman’s The Promise set in. The Brussels-based Maltese pianist kept the mood sensitive and delicate with a rendition of Satie’s poignant Gymnopedie No.1 and Bocelli’s The Prayer, which went down equally well, but when he slipped in a couple of his own compositions, namely Indian Summer and Emergence, you could sense that the audience had become more enthralled. Borg, whose Drifted CD album received several encouraging reviews, is certainly one of Malta’s promising talents.

ALL THIS AND SWING TOO!!
by Eric Montfort, The Sunday Times of Malta, 10th January 2005.

This edition included Clifford Borg, who opened proceedings and enthralled one in all with his nimble piano arrangements. Borg has been performing locally and abroad for quite some time now.

His shows inGermany were excellently received as was his performance at Malta Week at the European Commission inBrussels. Yet, Clifford’s winning card is his dedication, meticulousness and determination to broaden his horizons. His treatment of works by Debussy, Satie, Ravel, Bjork and his own piano compositions from his debut album Drifted, alongside his new arrangements, Emergence and Indian Summer. What is striking about Borg is how he manages to roll so many influences and make them his own.

IT'S TIME FOR TEATRU UNPLUGGED
by Michael Bugeja, The Malta Independent, 1st December 2004.

This year’s event will be ‘split into several parts, the first of which will revolve around piano performances that will be largely instrumental. The line-up in this case includes Brussels-based Maltese pianist Clifford Borg, whose Drifted CD was critically acclaimed a couple of years ago.

 

 

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