Chantal Catania

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Chantal Catania

Chantal Catania was born on 2nd November, 1977. Grow up in Senglea. Her mother was French and she still alive while her father was Maltese.

Her mother who has always played and loved music. At the age of five Chantal had started learning the piano by sister Manolita. When she was playing she also sang so the sister had taught her to learn a song to surprise her mother on Mother's Day, where Chantal sang for the first time on the stage at the Senglea Catholic action Section.

Her mother from there always introduced her in to several festivals around Malta. Like the ones at Żejtun, Ħal-Qormi and Iż-Żurrieq, even of independence as well as she used to teach he also ballet with Degi Doris Degiorgio of GM Productions.

Chantal Catania

At the time, her mother felt that she was also teaching me to sing with someone professional and she spent some time with Mariella Pace Asciak completely putting me in competitions and Chantal won most of the time. Although for her as a girl who has always loved singing and music always. the important for her was to go on stage and do what she loves to do singing.

Winning was never important to me. Because for her, she went to the stage and see her mother enjoy with her bright eyes and capling and she was already a winner.

During years her mother had encouraged her to continue learning at Phyllisienne Brincat and continued to compete. When she was growing up she met a pianist Tony Gauci by chance and asked him to sing and she sang and started working with him in hotels. It was pleasure for her to done it, because she is going out with people and learn from them.

During that time she met her boyfriend who today is not with us and she felt like she had stopped for a while. When he died the first thing she looked for in my life was Music. Singing and started singing again in hotels, bars and restaurants in Malta and never she looked back.

In the year 2019 Chantal had the opportunity to take part in X factor was a wonderful experience for her and she feel that she have become a very good figure.

Chantal says Singing and music are the medicine of my life that forgets everything Chantal singing well in Maltese, English and Fenech language, and she was brilliant when she sang the number by Edith Piaff La Vie Un Rose.

In July 2020 he manages to reach the final of the Twenty-Ninth Edition of the Independence Song contest with the song 'Sellemtulna' with lyrics by Emil Calleja Bayliss and Music by 'Kaya' Priscilla Giordano Psaila whose final will be in the September 19, 2020.