Charmaine Pace

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Charmaine Pace

Charmaine Pace was born on 29 March 1983. She comes from Ħal-Qormi and lives in St. Paul’s Bay.

She works at the University of Malta and is also a song writer.

Charmaine always had passion for writing since she was little, in fact she used to write poems and short novels. She loves music and her interest increased when she met her husband Herbert Pace who is a composer.

With his help, she did the Music Theory and started practicing the Saxophone but then she decided to stop to follow her dream of becoming a song writer. She always made it a point to pass a significant message through her lyrics.

Her first debut in a well-known festival was this year, in Konkors Kanzunetta Indipendenza 2017 (Talent Ġdid) with Iltqajna Bħall-Ħbieb sung by her sister Marie Spiteri and composed by her husband Herbert Pace.