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Wednesday, 09 April 2014 18:13

Malta: La Voix Academy Secures Exclusive Rights

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Gaia Cauchi, winner of the 2013 edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest with The Start co-written with Gillian Attard, Matt Mercieca and Elton Zarb is one of the prized students of La Voix Academy, alongside none other than Io Canto participants; Shauna Vassallo and Veronica Rotin and also Ti Lascio Una Canzone starlet Federica Falzon. Coached by a team of vocal trainers, with individual attention at La Voix Academy, opportunities are acquired to the best as chosen by music industry professionals. Earlier this afternoon, it was announced through the Official Facebook Page of La Voix Academy that rights of participation in the Cantagiro have been acquired.  The festival, organised by RAI Television in Italy, set to be supported on a national level in Malta will see around seven local artists take to the stage. 

Nevertheless, it is unfair to select the few without a fair selection process and therefore, Gillian Attard, the Director of La Voix Academy will be hosting a soiree which will incorporate six different categories; Singer/Songwriter, Lyrical, Rap, Group, Solo Artist and Junior (7-13 years). The selection of the artists will comprise through a local and international jury which will be present for this soiree. This is another fantastic opportunity for local artists to prove themselves in an event which has been won in the past by artists such as Rita Pavone, Gianni Morani, Massimo Ranieri and Amadeo Minghi amongst others. Stay tuned to escflashmalta.com for all the latest news about such opportunities being given to the emerging music scene in Malta.

Source: La Voix Academy (Facebook Page)

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