Amber Marie Coleiro

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Amber Marie Coleiro

Amber Marie Coleiro was born on the 24 of April in 2003 and she is from Marsascala. She attended primary school in Fgura, secondary school in Żejtun and she is now currently studying sciences at St.Aloysius College Sixth Form.

At the age of 10 she sang The Prayer during mass on the occasion of her grandparents’ 50th wedding anniversary. Consequently, everyone encouraged her to start attending singing lessons.

Amber Marie Coleiro

In 2013, she joined La Voix Academy led by Gillian Attard and in May of 2016 she continued to enhance her talents under the guidance of Tiziana Calleja at CentreStage.

In March 2014, she participated in her first festival organised by Erseb Production where she sang Because of You and placed third. She continued to take part in various festivals and competitions organised by Erseb Production and Shine Singers Festival organised by DBS Producation. In most of these competitions she always classified in second or third place until in October 2016 she won her first festival with the song Heartbeat Song organised by Shine Singers Festival. She also won the award for Best Voice.

In April 2017 she participated in the International Festival Euro Stars in Malta with the song ‘Love You I Do’ where she won the awards for Best Future Star and for Overall Best Presentation.

In the summer of 2017, she had the opportunity to participate in a CentreStage workshop which took place in London where she met actors who work in the West End.

In March 2019, she participated in L-Għanja tal-Poplu - Żgħażagħ 2019 as a backing vocalist in the Jasmine Farrugia song Ħorrox Borrox and decided to participate in L-Għanja tal-Poplu 2020 in the edition of 2020 with the song Mediterran’, composed by Andrew Zammit and written by Joe Julian Farrugia, as she loves singing in the Maltese language.