13 December 2017

After 129 entries were submitted and two elimination phases, the finalists for the Malta Eurovision Song Contest has been announced. The reveal was shown this evening during the evening news on TVM - where the shortlisted artists were seen at the Upper Barrakka Gardens in Valletta, learning their fate as the competition progresses to the next stage.

Since the first eliminatory phase which was announced on September 15th, the thirty shortlisted entries were filmed while performing their entries live. This footage was then reviewed by a number of local and international expert juries in order to establish sixteen finalists. These finalists will take to the stage at the Malta Eurovision Song Contest in a live show at the beginning of next year. 

Aidan - Dai Laga (Aidan Cassar)

Avenue Sky - We Can Run (Jonas Gladnikoff, Matthew Ker, Glen Vella)

Brooke Borg - Heart of Gold (Christian Schneider, Aidan O’Connor, Sara Biglert, Brooke Borg)

Christabelle Borg - Taboo (Thomas G:son, Christabelle Borg, Muxu)

Danica Muscat - One Step At A Time (John Ballard, Ruth Mussie, Jerusalem Yemane, Irena Krstva, Kian Fakhar)

Deborah C - Turn It Up (Christian Schneider, Aidan O’Connor, Sara Biglert)

Dwett - Breaking Point (Elton Zarb, Muxu)

Eleanor Cassar - Back To Life (Jonas Gladnikoff, Michael James Down)

Jasmine Abela - Supernovas (Charlie Mason, Jonas Thander)

Lawrence Gray - Love Renegade (Cyprian Cassar, Muxu)

Matthew Anthony - Call 2morrow (Jonas Gladnikoff, Tom Wiklund, Peder Eriksson)

Miriana Conte - Rocket (Cyprian Cassar, Muxu)

Petra Whiteford - Evolution (Elton Zarb, Muxu)

Rhiannon Micallef - Beyond Blue Horizons (Cyprian Cassar, Rhiannon Micallef)

Richard & Joe Micallef - Song For Dad (Cyprian Cassar, Richard Micallef)

Tiziana Calleja - First Time (Tina Stenberg)

From the list of sixteen finalists, twelve of them have reached the finals of the Malta Eurovision selection in the past - five of them featuring in last year's final. Around half of the songs have been produced locally - whilst the others are by international teams based in the United Kingdom and Sweden - some of them also being behind songs of finalists and winners in the Eurovision Song Contest previously. Richard Micallef, who will perform his entry with his father, was of course part of the group "Firelight", who reached the final for Malta back in 2014.

The newcomers to the festival are 18 year old Matthew Anthony, Aidan, Avenue Sky (which Aidan is also a member of) and Dwett - consisting of Mikhail & Cherylis. Last year, Mikhail was seen auditioning in Romania with his song "Sail Back" for their national selection process. 

More details about the 2018 Malta Eurovision Song Contest are expected to be announced by Public Broadcasting Services in due course. Stay tuned to escflashmalta.com even through Facebook and Twitter for all the latest news as soon as it becomes available.

Source: tvm.com.mt

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Friday, 29 September 2017 21:35

MESC 2018: Shortlist of 30 Entries Made Public

Public Broadcasting Services Malta (PBS) have announced a shortlist which made it through the first eliminatory phase of the 2018 edition of the Malta Eurovision Song Contest, the island's well followed selection process for the Eurovision Song Contest. The news was revealed online at tvm.com.mt after the TVM evening news on Friday, September 15.

A total of 129 entries were submitted to PBS, twenty-seven less than the year before. From these, the broadcaster has shortlisted thirty, which will be further shortened to sixteen within the next month. The list of names announced features a feast of seasoned professionals on the Malta Eurovision scene, along with a number of new names. No details of songwriters have been announced, but it is expected that songs are by a mix of local and international composers. 

Abire Sekkaki - Casablanca Love

Aidan - Dai Laga

Aidan - See You

Avenue Sky - We Can Run

Brooke Borg - Heart of Gold

Christabelle Borg - Taboo

Dan - If Only

Danica Muscat - One Step At A Time

Deborah C - Turn It Up

Deborah C & Josef Tabone - Human

Dominic Cini - Pictures

Eleanor Cassar - Back To Life

Ishmael Grech - Good Times

Jasmine Abela - Supernovas

Kelsey Bellante - Super Woman

Kevin Paul Calleja - Great Adventure

Kimberley Curtis - Monsters

Kurt Anthony Cassar - You Will Find Me

Lawrence Gray - Love Renegade

Malcolm Pisani - Kiss

Matthew Caruana - Call 2morrow

Mikhail Attard & Cherylis Camileri - Breaking Point

Miriana Conte - Rocket

Nicole Azzopardi - Mixed Feelings

Petra Whiteford - Evolution

Raquel Galdes - In My Mind

Rhiannon Micallef - Beyond Blue Horizons

Richard & Joe Micallef - Song For Dad

Stefan Galea - Closer

Tiziana Calleja - First Time

International fans will surely recognise the names of Richard Micallef and Nicole Azzopardi - the former representing Malta in 2014 as part of "Firelight", and the latter taking part for Malta in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest back in 2010. Other notable mentions can be made to Eleanor Cassar - returning after a number of years away from the local festival scene, in addition to Christabelle Borg - re-entering the festival after working on her first EP with international producers. 

It has been said that during these past couple of days, singers have been invited to a live audition phase in order to hear how their songs sounded when interpreted live. During this elimination phase, a number of local and international expert juries will be involved to choose the top sixteen finalists which will then compete during the Malta Eurovision Song Contest 2018. Stay tuned to escflashmalta.com even through Facebook and Twitter for all the latest news as soon as it becomes available.

Source: TVM, PBS

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Monday, 08 September 2014 19:05

SHSC 2014: Curtain Brought Down on Duets Phase

Tonight! The Summer Hit Song Contest continues. A music competition which originally took place between 2008 and 2011 and featured Miriam Christine, Neville Refalo, Romina Mamo, Minik and Siconix as winners, with a brand new selection of original songs. The celebrity-packed show is set to host leading singers from the local entertainment scene.

This week's edition of the Summer Hit Song Contest sees the return of several local stars for the Celebrity duets phase. The show, which airs on Monday at 20:30 on F Living Channel, has a very strong following this Summer.  The past editions of the same festival were also nominated for the Malta Television Awards in the Best Entertainment category, and one can understand why!

Fiona Vella from Fiona Couture will spice up the show with her critique on the artists' fashion sense. Miriam Christine, the very first winner of the Malta Hit Song Contest (2008) will return to the show with a specific role ... one, which will be revealed duing the show. During this week's show we will be able to follow the following Celebrity Duets:

Franklin will feature in Ana-Maria Grima's 'To Hell and Back

Dario Bezzina will feature in Anna Azzopardi's 'My Hero

Karen DeBattista will feature in Simone Gauci's 'Hourglass'

Jessika will feature in Marie Claire's 'Just Wait'

Tiziana Calleja will feature in Julie Pomorski's 'Shout!'

Debbie Scerri will feature in Janice Mangion's 'The One'

The guest artists will also perform songs from their own repertoire, whilst the Summer Hit Song Contest participants will draw their own place in the final's running order.

The competition aims to promote the local music artists in search of a true hit song. The show is produced and hosted by Deo Grech and Ignatius Farrugia. Stay tuned escflashmalta.com even through Facebook and Twitter for the latest news from this year's edition of the Summer Hit Song Contest. Show is aired on Mondays and Sundays at 20:30 CET on F Living channel, your favourite tv channel for the best music this summer.

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On the 27th September, Rockestra in aid of the Malta Community Chest Fund will be returning for a sixth consecutive year, this time under the patronage of Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca, 9th President of Malta. What is different about 2014 is that there was a public call for artists who wanted to be a part of the spectacle, a call which in turn led to 118 submissions, all of which were heard by a professional panel of judges and shortlisted to represent the best possible talent that Malta is proud to offer.

Rockestra, a spectacular event which encourages the general public to donate money to a charitable cause whilst listening to live music played by the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra under the direction of Maestro Sigmund Mifsud will offer a stunning line-up with artists such as; Franklin Calleja (MESC 13, 14), Raquela (MESC 09, 11, 13), Tiziana Calleja (MESC 10), Paul Borg Bonaci, Francesca Borg (MESC 12), Daniel Cauchi, Konrad Pule (MESC 00, 03, 07, 13), Gianluca (ESC 13), Matthew James Borg, Justin Galea, Ivan Filletti, Gianni (MESC 00, 12, 13), Simaria Galea, Lara Dimech, De Bee (MESC 14) and Brooke Borg.

Tickets for the Rockestra are available at €10 (standing) and €15 (seated) although the latter are almost completely sold out except a couple here and there. You may purchase yours through Ooii and thus ensure the experience of a lifetime, or rather a year. Rockestra is taking place at the Malta Fairs and Conventions Centre. We hope that you stay tuned to escflashmalta.com even through Facebook and Twitter for all the latest news from the local music scene.

Source: Press Release

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Tonight! The Summer Hit Song Contest continues. A music competition which originally took place between 2008 and 2011 and featured Miriam Christine, Neville Refalo, Romina Mamo, Minik and Siconix as winners, with a brand new selection of original songs. The celebrity-packed show is set to host leading singers from the local entertainment scene.

Federica Falzon, winner of "Ti Lascio Una Canzone" on RAI Uno alongside Vincenzo Carni will be honoured as the third guest of fifth edition of the Summer Hit Song Contest 2014. She will perform a cover of the Slovenian entry from 2007 "Flower of the South". Following her will be none other than Tiziana, a former runner-up in the 2010 edition of the Malta Eurovision Song Contest with the song "Words Are Not Enough". She will be performing her latest single "On Top of the World" written and produced by DJ Toby.

The next six Summer Hit Song Contest 2014 entries premiered on the show will be:  Mauro's ''Fire Spell'' (Dj Toby / Natasha Turner); Danica Muscat's ''Fearless'' (Philip Vella / Gerard J. Borg); Joseph's ''Fool for Love'' (Miriam Christine / Rita Pace); Audrey Marie & Rita Pace's ''Overboard'' (Rita Pace) and Julie Pomorski's ''Shout!'' (Minik / Rita Pace).

The competition aims to promote the local music artists in search of a true hit song. The show is produced and hosted by Deo Grech and Ignatius Farrugia. Stay tuned escflashmalta.com even through Facebook and Twitter for the latest news from this year's edition of the Summer Hit Song Contest. Show is aired on Mondays and Sundays at 20:30 CET on F Living channel, your favourite tv channel for the best music this summer.

Source: Summer Hit Song Contest

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Spiteri Lucas Entertainment, in conjuction with Media.Link Communications retired the format of Sas-Sitta in favour of a fresh take on a Saturday afternoon programme, Sibt Familja, which also incorporates light entertainment, music, interviews and just pure family fun. Ray Attard, and Debbie Scerri, a former Eurovision Song Contest representative act as hosts and welcome a number of diverse personalities to the programme, which is about two and a half hours long, kicking off at 13:30 CET and finishing at about 16:00 CET, on NET Television.

In the first programme of the year, the entertainment won't be lacking with two renowned personalities in the form of Chrysander Agius and Tiziana Calleja alongside their respective friends taking to the gameshow podiums. Musical entertainment during the programme will be handled by a plethora of artists, including the likes of Ivan Spiteri Lucas, Neville Refalo and Deborah C from the world of the Malta Eurovision and Rutger Scicluna Galea, hailed to be a future star in the local music scene. They will all be accompanied by a LIVE band under the direction of Maestro Mark Spiteri Lucas. Other attractions  include female fashion trends by resident experts Rita Gatt and photographer Clint Gerald together with a team of models as well as comedian, Toni Busuttil. Stay tuned to escflashmalta.com for more promotion of Sibt Familja as soon as it becomes available.

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Wednesday, 30 October 2013 01:15

MESC 2014: PBS Kick Starts Submission Process

Tomorrow, co-written by Boris Cezek and Dean Muscat with vocals provided by Gianluca represented Malta at this years' edition of the Eurovision Song Contest, getting through to the final, and ultimately achieving the nations' first top ten result in eight (8) years, when Chiara took to the stage for the second time with her self-penned entry Angel which had finished in second place. As of today, the Public Broadcasting Services will be receiving submissions from a number of music personnel with the hope of making it through to the final stages of the Malta Eurovision Song Contest 2014.

Within the document entitled Malta Eurovision Song Contest 2014 Regulations, the submission process along with anything one might enquire about is duly explained. The Creativity Hub, which just happens to be the new Head Office for the Public Broadcasting Services is where all the original entries for the competition are to be submitted with the allocate time slots being between 09:00 and 12:00 CET as well as 14:00 and 16:00 CET on Wednesday, 30th and Thursday 31st October 2013. In recent weeks, escflashmalta.com exclusively published the names of a series of artists who intend to take part within the pre-selection process including; Tiziana Calleja, Kaya, Minik, Ina Robinich, Fabrizio Faniello, Richard Edwards, Josef Tabone, Gloriana Arpa Belli, Janvil and Eleanor Cassar

Amongst those who went onto submit their prospective entries included; Malcolm PisaniJamie Tonna, Jessica Magro, Joseph Refalo, Davinia Pace and Julie Pomorski. Tomorrow, members of the editorial team will be on hand outside the Creativity Hub in order to follow the latest proceedings and try to eye out prospective artists who will be putting their name forward in hope of making it through to the biggest music event in the country, the Malta Eurovision Song Contest. We urge you to stay tuned to escflashmalta.com over the coming days, weeks and months for all of the latest news with regards to next years' competition. 

Source: Public Broadcasting Services

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In 2010, the first runner-up at the Konkors Kanzunetta Indipendenza was none other than Gloriana Arpa Belli, a relative minnow in the local music industry. Her song entitled Fil-Mużika composed by Renato Briffa to the lyrics of Doris Chetcuti almost upset the eventual winner Trid Tapprezza composed by Ray Agius to the lyrics of Alfred C Sant with vocals provided by Amber with just a handful of votes deciding the final result. escflashmalta.com is in a position to reveal that Gloriana intends to make her mark by entering the Malta Eurovision Song Contest 2014 framework by contributing to the submissions.

Gloriana Arpa Belli might be a relative unknown but nevertheless, her experience within the music scene should be well respected having been a backing vocalist for several notable artists including the likes of Anna Azzopardi, a two time Malta Eurovision Song Contest participant. Her genealogical background is quite intriguing as well, noting that her mother is none other than Helen Micallef, Malta's 1972 representative with her uncle being Renato, Malta's 1975 representative. This means that one day, Gloriana might continue keeping participation at the Eurovision Song Contest within the family.

Gloriana is the first artist to confirm submission into the Malta Eurovision Song Contest without having previously been a part of the showcase. At this point in time, escflashmalta.com has exclusively revealed that former runners-up; Janvil, Eleanor Cassar, Richard Edwards, Tiziana Calleja and Kaya will all be trying their luck whilst veterans Nadine Axisa and Klinsmann will be opting out of the selection process. Davinia, last years' second runner-up confirmed submission on the programme; TVPM hosted by Corazon. Stay tuned to escflashmalta.com for more EXCLUSIVE news about the Malta Eurovision Song Contest 2014.

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Following her success after appearing on Rai Uno’s live show, ‘Ti Lascio Una Canzone’, presented by Antonella Clerici, the young, talented Gaia Cauchi has achieved another important goal in her musical career. She recently won the ticket to participate in Sanremo Junior after ONE  Productions proudly, teamed up with Mro.Paul Abela and Norman Hamilton to offer this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to an upcoming artist. PR Coordinator of ONE Productions, Wayne Aquilina, said, in an official statement, that “ONE was the only station that accepted this proposal and accepted to give the opportunity to Gaia Cauchi, who will be singing LIVE with a LIVE orchestra with a specific arrangement just for her.”

 

Gaia Cauchi was chosen amongst other upcoming artists on ONE television programme, “SHOWBIZ”, presented by Jess Sciberras and Tiziana Calleja. As Wayne Aquilina’s statement indicated, she will be given the opportunity to have a tailored-made song for the event, and more than that, she will experience a LIVE performance with a LIVE orchestra. The young prodigal singer has been training for quite some time with popular singer, Gillian Attard. On behalf of the Editorial Board at escflashmalta.com, we would like to wish Gaia, the very best of luck with this endeavour and hope for more future success.

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In recent years, the local music scene has been thriving and this is due to the fact that a crop of artists is quickly emerging out of the shadows gaining recognition both on a national and an international scale. The growing dominance of the music market following the opening of the ITunes store in Malta might prove to be beneficial towards the industry with a number of vocal performances, songwriters and producers putting their best talents up to test in hope of reaching success of various levels. With the focus being on the Malta Eurovision Song Contest, one tends to lose touch with some of the acts that have become known through the national event and have continuously been representing the country with their respective talents. Today, we are going to be talking to no one else other than Tiziana Calleja who has led one of the busiest lives of any contestant in the event since coming in third place at the Malta Eurosong back in 2010.

Looking back through time, many people never expected to see you at the Malta Eurosong as a contestant due to the fact that many had already become accustomed to your face as a presenter of the show 'Singledout' which aired ONE Television during the autumn/winter schedule. Members of the editorial board remember seeing you at the second stage auditions thinking that you had dabbled in vocal performing for quite some time but had never really acted upon it. What was the reason behind the change of scenery when you were born talented and what advice do you give to upcoming performers who are yet to make respective decisions on what to do in general?

Malta Eurosong wasn’t the first step in my singing career. Before entering the Maltasong I did several concert and Musical Theatre performances with different companies functioning in Malta.  I even spend a whole year studying Voice and Music in England where I got my diploma in Popular Music. Other than that my main target was always the Arts of Performing.  I studied and got my Degree in Musical Theatre, which also requires singing.  Part of my everyday work is that of entertaining guests in functions and hotels. So I wouldn’t say that I started singing just for the sake of Malta Eurosong.

When I entered the festival I must admit it was a bonus as the Maltese community sees it as one of our local main events and therefore you get recognized, being a singer. My advice would be that at a young age it’s good to try different things out.  Perhaps playing an instrument or any other hobby.  It’s good to put your hands on opportunities that come up, however by time one has to choose and see what they really want to do.  By time you’ll realize that your forte would automatically eliminate the rest of disciplines, as it will be taking much more of your time.

The very first time that you tried your hand in the Malta Eurosong competition was actually back in 2010 with the song ‘Words Are Not Enough’ composed by John David Zammit and penned by Paul Callus, a team which had not been in the competition for quite a number of years, with their last work together published back in 2006 with the sisterly duo of Ali & Lis. Nevertheless, it seems like you had made the right decision having made it to the final stages of the competition where you eventually finished in third place overall despite a second place finish in tele-voting in front of public favourite Glen Vella. What did the song mean to you and did you believe that you were going to do so well?

The first thing that came up to my mind when I first heard the song ‘Words are not Enough’ was ‘Yes, this could work’.  It’s fun, bubbly and a positive tune.  Must admit that having a theatre background helped more than enough to portray a good performance overall.  The dancers and choreographer, Jes Sciberras used to meet up and try out different movements.  When everyone is comfortable and feel that the move/dance routine/lifts fit in, then we mark it and repeat it over and over again till it’s all brought together.  To be honest I had never thought that I would be placed in third place.  It sort of gave me the boost to believe in what I was offering the audiences.  However I believed in the whole package from the very beginning.  I don’t own third place on my own.  There’s a great team behind all that effort.

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The result normally leads to prospective interest from the public and with such support from the people; you were surely in with a chance to prepare the best possible direction for your music. In eventuality, you returned to the television screens prior to returning to music. You tried to return to the Maltese selection for the Eurovision Song Contest on more than one occasion namely in 2011 and 2012 but unfortunately your attempts were not successful and still hoping to improve on that result that you had obtained back in 2010. What could you tell us about the second phase where you had to perform the song ‘Come Back’ in front of a couple of individuals appointed by the Public Broadcasting Services as judges?

I cannot really say what the Maltasong selections are after.  Which style and what type of song they look for.  After 2010 I had some good songs that didn’t pass through to the finals.  This year’s selection as you mentioned was ‘Come Back’.  A good, catchy song that my band, Sidewalk wrote. I believed in the tune and still do.  However for some reason or another it didn’t pass through.  I did return to the TV screens as it’s part of what I do but that doesn’t mean that I stopped my singing career.  Maltasong is something that most of the singers look forward to participate in and I believe that one should experience the festival someday or another.  But it’s not the only event for a singer to show their capabilities.  As from 2010 I participated in Rockestra and Supported Zucchero when his concert was held in Malta back in Summer 2011.  Played some gigs with my band Sidewalk round the island as well as performed our own concert back in May 2011. Those are some important and extraordinary events that I would cherish.

Despite the lack of participation in the national selection for the Eurovision Song Contest, earlier this year you managed to make it to the final round of the ‘Konkors Kanzunetta Indipendenza’ with the song ‘Kollox Mill-Qalb’ composed by John David Zammit and penned by Paul Callus. This was the very first time for you in the competition and despite not placing; you gave an astounding performance which included a stunning choice of attire. What can you tell us about the song and the feeling that it evoked in you and how did it feel to perform in front such a large audience in respect of the twentieth anniversary that the competition was celebrating since its inception?

Yes it was my first time in the Konkors Kanzunetta Indipendenza and it was a fun and exciting one.  Had a team of backing vocals, which really made the experience even nicer.  We enjoyed performing given the fact that we sang in the Maltese language.  It is such a beautiful thing to be able to sing in our own language.  It’s always a good vibe to perform infront of a large audience.

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Later on in the year with another television schedule being setup on all the local television stations, it was announced that you alongside the dancer Jes Sciberras were set to host a programme entitled ‘ShowBiz’ which features a lot of entertainment for viewers on a Sunday afternoon. It has received rave reviews by a number of people for a number of elements that feature predominantly including the celebrity dances and the recently finished section with the paintings drawn and sold off in aid of charity event ‘L-Istrina’. How does it feel to be presenting a programme with the same person who helped you succeed at the biggest stage in music over in Malta and what could you tell us about the fact that the programme will be used to select the acts that will represent the country in ‘San Remo Junior’?

I’ve known Jes for quite sometime now and both of us have something in common.  The Love for the arts and performing.  We started talking about options of an entertainment programme based on a theatre aspect and so it was.  Till now things got geared up and we are working on keeping ShowBiz alive and enjoyable as much as possible.  After the success we had with ShowBiz Dancing Challenge, we’ve been offered to have the selections for Ticket To Sanremo Junior where one performer will perform with a 40 piece live orchestra in the theatre Ariston, same theatre where Sanremo is held.  It is our pleasure having kids singing and giving their best performance at such a young age.

In the past couple of months, your musical career seems to have continued where it had left off because you were asked to represent the country abroad, something that many other performers such as Rita Pace, Janvil, Eleanor Cassar, Rosman Pace, Pamela, Glen Vella, Ludwig and Corazon have done in the past. The competition which you were invited to take part in was actually the ‘Top Sprint’ which is held in Italy and you received extremely positive feedback. You have now felt what it means to represent the country on an international platform as many others have done before you but what did it actually mean to you and would you do it again should another opportunity come up?

Top Sprint was superb.  The organizers were kind hearted and make you feel comfortable.  They were so pleased to have us represent Malta, as I’m sure they were with the other singers performing at the same event.  It gives you such a patriotic feeling being in another country and everyone appreciates you as an artist coming from Malta.  Maybe it’s true that although we’re small, we’re a special country!! Going back to 2010, I remember I had the same good feeling when I was chosen to perform and open the Show of Graduation Night in England.  It’s always extra credit to have foreigners believe in what you do, knowing their opinion as well.

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Three hundred sixty five days, fifty two weeks and of course twelve months have brought about the end of another year but then again, a new one will surely be taking centre stage and developing in no time at all with its characteristics. The past year for Tiziana has definitely been no easy ride with so many events and things carefully thought out in various areas of entertainment. What do you have planned for the upcoming year and will the local public be seeing any new material from you in terms of a singer noting that your last original track came during the aforementioned ‘Konkors Kanzunetta Indipendenza’?

This year I’m working on new material with my band, ‘Sidewalk’.  We are working on different stuff that represents our style and music.  So stay tuned on upcoming performances and perhaps…. A new Single!  Apart from that things look busy so am ready to take the challenge of what’s in store.

Would you like to say anything to your fans and our readers at www.escflashmalta.com?

I would love to say THANK YOU!! I believe that without our audiences and without their comments, a life of a performer cannot move on.  Despite all ups and downs you will always find that someone from the public that with his/her words they make you feel respected for what you do.  And that means a lot.

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