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Francesca Sciberras was born on the 16th of August in 1995, in Gozo, the small sister-island of Malta. She is a Singer. She is the eldest of two sisters and attends the Bishop's Conservatory Secondary School.
Her favourite school subjects are Mathematics, Chemistry, Spanish and Creative Arts. As well as singing, Francesca also loves football and she plays for a local club. She also likes to watch films, especially comedies and her favourite actors are James Lafferty and Chad Michael Murray.
She admits that she does not have a favourite singer or group because she likes all music genres.
Francesca spends most of her free time singing, watching television, and doing crafts. She sings all the time because she says that music makes her feel happy. She has been singing for six years and has participated in a lot of shows and concerts around the Maltese islands, as well as having appeared on numerous popular television programmes.
Her first love and potential for singing was discovered when she started attending Stage Coach. Francesca started singing at the age of 8 and competed in various singing competitions, often finishing in first place. During her first singing years, Francesca was vocally coached by Miriam Christine Borg. Contest participant for Malta (Norway, 1996 with the song In A Woman’s Heart).In September 2009 she participated in the Malta Junior Eurovision 2009 and after placing first with the duet Double Trouble she represented Malta with Mikaela Bajada in Kiev Ukraine later in November of the same year.
Francesca was also a soloist in various choirs and took parts in musicals presented by local theatre companies. At the age of 16 she started classical voice training coached by soprano [[Ġeorġina Gauciħħ, obtaining distinction in every vocal exam taken. Then she was taken under the tutorship of Ms Karmena Radovska and later on Ms Andriana Yordanova.
Since October 2014 after moving to Malta to follow the B.Sc. (Hons.) in Applied Biomedical Science at the University of Malta she is now attending Vocal Booth Studios where she is being coached by Mr Glen Vella. In September of 2014, Francesca has also auditioned and have been accepted in the Teatru Manoel Youth Opera program. Francesca is also a vocalist for many occasions which include event entertainment, wedding, funerals and other occasional liturgical events. She is also the lead vocalist in the wind and brass band D Capitals alongside Fabian Galea and Jolene Samhan.
During the summer of 2016 she was chosen for an ERASMUS+ programme which gave her the opportunity to compete in Sicily along with other Maltese and Italian singers. She placed first after auditions, a semi-final, and a final contest, one of the judges being the world renowned Charlie Rapino who collaborated with various artists including Kylie Minogue and Take That.
At times Francesca can be very mischievous especially when playing with her younger sister Gabrielle. She loves to have a good laugh when she sees her sister getting worked up. Francesca is a very calm person and takes life easy and doesn’t like to worry about anything. She is very friendly and everyone around her says that they seldom see her with a gloomy face. Her radiant smile is always there to charm her family, friends and the lucky ones who get to know her.