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Thursday, 01 May 2014 11:33

Malta: Paul Abela Leads Professional Jury Panel

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In a Press Release published by the European Broadcasting Union, the five member professional jury panel representing each country at the 2014 edition of the Eurovision Song Contest was released in accordance with the new regulations set forth earlier this year.  Malta, partaking in the second semi-final with the song Coming Home written by Richard Edwards Micallef and performed by Firelight, have enlisted the help of five extraordinary musicians; Paul Abela, Corazon, Elton Zarb, Pamela and Manolito Galea.

Maestro Paul Abela leads the panel with his expertise in the music industry, having been a part of the Eurovision Song Contest on four occasions either as a songwriter or as a conductor. He is joined by fellow songwriters and producers; Elton Zarb and Manolito Galea, the latter having helped create the final product that is representing Malta in this years' edition of the Eurovision Song Contest and the former having been co-responsible for The Start, the first winning entry from Malta in any event organised by the European Broadcasting Union.

The two females represent a wealth of experience, with Pamela being a renowned vocal coach and also a multiple Malta Eurovision Song Contest finalist and Corazon being a television host, multiple winner of L-Għanja tal-Poplu, three-time participant in the Malta Eurovision Song Contest and most recently also commentator for the Public Broadcasting Services during the Junior Eurovision Song Contest. They will be voting in both the semi-final and the final round of the competition with their votes owing to 50% of the final result. We urge you to stay tuned to even on Facebook and Twitter for all the latest news.


Last modified on Thursday, 01 May 2014 11:40