Luqa, Malta – The Water Services Corporation (WSC) celebrated its 30th anniversary with a special concert event at the restored Naval Reservoir. The 45.5 million-litre capacity reservoir, nicknamed “The Sunken Cathedral,” was the perfect backdrop for the beautiful harmonies of the Jubilate Deo Choir.
The concert, held inside the naturally-lit arched expanse of the historic reservoir, was met with widespread enthusiasm.
“The concert was a true celebration of our 30th anniversary,” said a spokesperson for the WSC. “We are grateful to have had the opportunity to showcase the beauty of the Jubilate Deo Choir in such a unique and historic setting.”
The Naval Reservoir, built over 100 years ago, was originally used for fire emergencies in the then-bustling Dockyard.
The event was a true testament to the hard work and dedication of the WSC and its employees. The Naval Reservoir is undergoing a complete restoration, in order to return it to its former glory and serve its purpose. The concert was a celebration of the ongoing restoration project, as well as a celebration of the WSC’s 30th anniversary.
The Jubilate Deo Choir was the perfect addition to the event, bringing their incredible vocal talent and musical expertise to the stage. The choir’s beautiful harmonies echoed throughout the naturally-lit arched expanse of the reservoir, captivating all in attendance. The choir’s repertoire provided unique and unforgettable experience.
This event was done with the support of the Malta Tourism Authority, who expressed their admiration for the restoration project and the WSC’s commitment to preserving Malta’s cultural heritage.
The MTA recognized the event as an important step in showcasing the country’s rich history and traditions.
You can watch the entire concert here