Alan Casha

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Alan Casha
Alan Casha was born in Victoria, Gozo on 26 October, 1991. He is a musician and a singer.

He found his passion in music at a very young age and since then he never looked back. He is the percussionist and backing vocalist of a local band – Mae since 2013, where they perform in many local events.

Alan Casha

In 2012 he had the opportunity to go for a volunteering experience in Africa and from there he found a special love for Africa’s warm heart, vast customs, traditions, simple and a community based life. In 2014, during his 10 month experience in Africa, Alan together with a good friend of his, Andrew Camilleri, started a small organisation called ‘Join hands for Africa Foundation’.

The Join Hands for Africa Foundation is a non-profit, secular organisation, focused on starting and maintaining long term educational projects in East African countries. Their aim is to reach out to the many needs faced by both individual and communal educational entities, paving the way for a brighter future for everyone involved.

In 2018, Alan is participating for the first time at the festival L-Għanja tal-Poplu 2018 with his song L-Immigrant which he co-wrote with Andrew Vella.