Adelina Attard

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Adelina Attard born in Victoria, Gozo on 19 March, 1958. She is a Singer.

Begain her education in the Victoria Primary School and at the G.P.F Agius de Soldanis Secondary School in Victoria. Adelina Attard participated in several festival, and in 1989 she was voted as the Best Singer of the Malta Song Festival 1989 and was placed 3rd with the song Muzika.

She won the Konkors Kanzunetta Indipendenza 1985 with Għanja Kontrana and in 1998 she was placed second at the Malta Song Festival 1998 she ws place second at the Malta Song Festival 1998 with Renato Micallef with the song Għal Xulxin.

She participated inseveral festivals and musicals shows in Melbourne and Adelaide, in Australia, Toronto, Canada, and Jugoslavia, France, Russia, Italy, Scotland, Finland and Egypt, as well as in rock operas in Malta.

In April 2000 she won the first place in Bulgaria with the song So Much written by Sunny Aquilina and composed by Jason Paul Cassar.

In 2000 she released her cd Album Għalik Biss.