Reuben Pace began his music tuition at the age of eight and later read for a Bachelor of Arts in Music at the University of Malta. He was then awarded a Post-Graduate Certificate in Education. He also studied conducting with Mro .Joseph Sammut and harmony and counterpoint with Mro. Laurence Borg.

In September 2001 he completed a Master of Arts in Creative Music Technology and Music for Film, Media and the Arts at the University of Wales, Bangor (UK). He then came back to Malta where he worked on a large number of music education publications for seven years. Began completed a Ph.D. in composition also at the University of Wales, Bangor, from where he graduated in July 2012.

His music is performed regularly in Malta as well as in the UK by Ensemble Cymru, the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, Painting Music and the Duke String Quartet. He has had performances in St. Petersburg and Moscow. Some of his scores have recently been included in the prestigious Schumanhaus Museum in Bonn, Germany. Pace composes in both acoustic and electronic media. He
currently lectures at the University of Malta, as well as working regularly on commissions in his own recording studio in Siggiewi. He is the founder and President of the Malta Art Music Association (MAMA), an entity which strives to raise the profile of Maltese art music.

Some of Pace's most prominent works are; Il-Kantilena (2014), Back from the Stars (2012), L-Ahhar Moll (The Last Quay) (2011), Missa Brevis (2010), Symphony Nr.1 (2008), Waiting for Godot (2005), Piano Quartet Nr. 1 (The Humane) (2005), Gawrha (2001), String Quartet Nr. 1 (2001).

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