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Kiev, the capital city of Ukraine is playing host to this years’ edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest, an event organised by the European Broadcasting Union in which the Public Broadcasting Services will be marking its return two years are withdrawing from the competition. Gaia Cauchi and her entry The Start, which she co-wrote with Elton Zarb, Matt Mercieca and vocal coach, Gillian Attard were internally selected, based on the criteria that the young star was awarded with the International Achievement Award at the Malta Music Awards.

Gaia Cauchi, a true starlet is a major contender for victory according to fan-sites across the World Wide Web. Malta’s return to the showcase has been relatively low key with the announcement of the Malta Eurovision Song Contest 2014 semi-finalists imminent yet we urge you to switch on the Junior Eurovision Song Contest, airing on Television Malta this Saturday night for an event which will surely see the nations’ head help high. A student of La Voix Academy headed by Gillian Attard, Gaia Cauchi has a rich background having also been on RAI Uno’s Ti Lascio Una Canzone. The delegation, led by Anna Dalli on behalf of the Public Broadcasting Services arrived yesterday afternoon. Stay tuned to escflashmalta.com for all of the latest news.

Source: escflashmalta.com

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A-EFuBTYFC0

Wednesday, 02 January 2013 16:25

Malta: La Voix Academy Succeeds Internationally

Gillian Attard, has worked her way to become known in the industry noting that her most popular tracks include Xi Darba Min Jaf and Quddiem L-Inkwatru tal-Madonna. She denotes that the industry has been quite kind to her especially in local competitions where despite her sporadic appearances, she has always done well. Starting a family of her own has given her the mindset to work with children, a host of talented ones which could ultimately become some of the best talent the country could offer. The editorial board of escflashmalta.com has been in contact with La Voix Academy and learned some intriguing details about what is set to happen in the near future.

 

It is a known fact that it is hard for a Maltese artist to break out in the music industry internationally. Even though Maltese talent has been here for a while, it is now gaining greater exposure outside our shores. This time, it is thanks to La Voix Academy. Various Maltese singers who are a part of this academy will be showcasing their talent at the internationally renowned Italian festivals of Sanremo, which will be aired on fifty television stations all around the world between the 12th and the 16th February 2013. The first contestant to be given the good news was 18 year old Kelly Rotin who will be representing our country with an original song ‘Non mi Arrenderó’ which was composed by none other than La Voix’s own director Gillian Attard, together with Dominic Cini and R Pace. 

Apart from Kelly Rotin, other students from La Voix Academy have also been selected to take part in Italy’s esteemed festivals of Sanremo. These are Veronica Rotin, Federica Falzon, Kelsey Frrugia, Kylie Meliak, Kym Abela, Casey Schembri, Jasmar Cassar, Jean Claude Azzopardi and Clive Gauci. While representing their vocal academy, these talented singers will be showcasing Malta’s amazing talent at an international level. Stay tuned to escflashmalta.com for all of the latest news about the local music scene as well as the younger generation which is seemingly becoming more intact with the foreign music industry as a relatively young age.

Source: Press Release

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ruE6Xwjfh08

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The stigma related to classical music is somewhat demeaning noting that many believe that it is not current for the people growing up today but when you hear world class voices who excel in climbing a certain amount of ranges, one would definitely stop and listen. The local music scene has evolved in several areas but then again, it is to be noted that classical music remains the forte of the country noting the success of the renowned tenor, Joseph Calleja who most recently gave a concert alongside Gigi D'Alessio and Ronan Keating as well as the astonishing soprano Gillian Zammit who was also part of the same concert noting her involvement as the director of the children's choir who accompanied the concert in all of the tracks especially those performed in duets. Gillian Zammit has been a name to be reckoned with and she returns with a brand new album entitled The Love Songs of Paolo Tosti.

Gillian Zammit studied in Italy with the likes of Carlo Bergonzi and Victoria de los Angeles earning herself the reputation of an extremely versatile performer when it comes to opera having sung items from Baroque to Twentieth Century. She has been in a number of productions including Tales of Hoffmann, Gianni Schicchi, Semele and The Turn of The Screw amongst others. The fact of the matter remains that whenever a review of Gillian comes up in a magazine or a newspaper, it is always extremely positive. Amongst the conductors that she has worked with in recent years include Stark, Paolo Ciardi, Brian Schembri, Michael Laus and Cristian Sandu. One of the most exciting projects that she worked upon was definitely the recording of a fourt part compilation series celebrating Maltese Cultural Heritage under the direction of Maestro Joe Vella. She also has quite the job of training new performers being the tutor of a choir known as the 'The Drama Troupe Choir' which performs all around the country.

She is also known as a pianist and therefore, it is not the first time that she has accompanied her very own choir on special occasions especially having obtained ALCM diploma in pianoforte. In recent months, the talent that is Gillian Zammit has been discovered by a recording label by the name of Claudio Records and thus she has just released her debut album entitled The Love Songs of Paolo Tosti. She will be performing her new material in a number of venues in due time of course but you can purchase a copy of this debut album through, www.ooii.com.mt which is one of the leading shopping websites in the country. Stay tuned to escflashmalta.com for all of the leading news from the local music industry noting that it is one of the several things that never sleep and somewhat evolves with each passing day. 

Source: www.ooii.com.mt

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WYimayu2dto

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