Drinu Camilleri

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Drinu Camilleri

Drinu Camilleri (Adrian Camilleri) was born on 12 October 1979 is a singer-songwriter, lyricist and founder member of Maltese band Kantilena.

Along with Alessandro Lia and James Baldacchino, he founded Kantilena in 2009, whose style is often described as contemporary Maltese folk music.

As part of Kantilena, in 2012 Camilleri took part in the L-Għanja tal-Poplu festival, where the band placed 3rd, while he himself won the prize for Best Singer-Songwriter 2012 for the song Baħħar.

Kantilena’s debut album, currently being recorded, is expected to be released in the second quarter of 2014.

Previously, in 2007 Camilleri recorded at Olympic Studios, London, as a member of guitar and voice duo SubEgo together with singer Bianca Caruana, the result of which was the EP Naming Trees.

Camilleri has an academic background in philosophy and art history, and a professional background in writing and journalism. He often contributes articles about culture and the arts in the local press and web media.

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