KKI 2011: Four Acts Appear on IndifestWritten by Marc Calleja Bayliss
Time and time again during the summer months, the local individuals along with the present tourists are given the opportunity to enjoy music as much as possible and one of the most important showcases for the national language, Maltese is surely none other than the 'Konkors Kanzunetta Indipendenza' which highlights the best in talent and songwriting. This year, the annual competition will be somewhat even more extravagant and this is due to the fact that it will be organized for the twentieth time and therefore making it one of the most run showcases here in Malta. In the past couple of weeks, through the programme 'Indifest' which is presented by Elaine and Charles Saliba on NET Television, you have been getting to know the acts better as well as hearing the entries from both categories of the competition. This evening marked yet another programme in the series and with only three shows remaining, things are definitely heating up.
This evening, the showcase, 'Indifest' was presented in the best possible way as always by Elaine who was wearing a one shoulder green dress complimenting her figure perfectly and also Charles Saliba who was smart in jeans and a shirt. The acts from the 'Established Category' included none other than former Malta Song for Europe participant Rita Pace with the song 'Kuraġġ' which she co-wrote, Klinsmann Coleiro and the song 'Ħajjitna' composed by Paul Abela and penned by Joe Julian Farrugia and last but not least former Sfida participant Janice Mangion with the song 'Eternità' composed by Mark Scicluna and penned by the aforementioned Rita Pace. In the meantime, the singers from the 'Teenage Category', were the duet of David & Svetlene with 'Int U Jien' composed by Mark Spiteri Lucas and penned by Joe Chircop. In the meantime, promoted as a former winner of the Konkors Kanzunetta Indipendenza during this edition was Ira Losco who took the title in 2001 with the song 'Fejn Staħbejtli' composed by Mark Spiteri Lucas and penned by Joe Chircop. One final entertainment purpose was conducted by the Vogue Dancers who danced to the brilliant track 'She Bangs' by Ricky Martin.