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Experimental folk music by Noah Fabri at the Campus Book Festival 2018

Up and coming young musician and song writer Noah Fabri will be playing during the Campus Book Festival on Monday 21st March at 2 pm on the University’s quadrangle. As alternative as they come, Noah will share with the audience songs from his home-recorded digital album The psychiatrist never called back, a collection of songs that experiment with sounds and ‘noise’ and explore adult themes through clever lyrics.

Noah Fabri is 18 years old. He plays guitar and studies anthropology. He loves The Beatles, David Bowie, and folk and jazz music. He loves reading. In his own words he’s a time waster. He could be an anarchist but he’s not sure yet. “I started living at seventeen and before that I made music. I learned something at some point. I like everything and everyone equally.” Noah’s bio is an indicator of what to expect during his gig.

The Campus Book Festival is organised by the National Book Council and the Għaqda tal-Malti, kicking off daily at 9.00 am with back-to-back activities planned until 4.00 pm. On Friday the activities will continue until late. The Festival aims to promote literature while giving publishers and book distributors a platform to sell and promote their publications. The Festival’s programme is vast and offers a wide range of events to suit many interests, from book launches and talks to film screenings, workshops and live music.

For more information about this event and the Campus Book Festival, visit the National Book Council’s website and Facebook page. A detailed programme can be downloaded by following this link.