Kathryn Galea

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Kathryn Galea

Kathryn Galea was born on 27th March, 1989, She comes from Naxxar. She is a singer and graduated as a Pharmacist in 2013.

She always get a great passion in music, but because of studies she always get back from taken a professional singing lessions one to one, When she was younger she was part for about four years in the children's choir at Naxxar and later, she for three years was part of the Jubilate Deo of Naxxar under the direction of Maestro Christopher Muscat.

Kathryn started taken lessons alone from October 2017 under the direction of Claire McCartin and so far, she taken part in three local festivals; Ally El Entertainment Festival in October 2017 where she placed third place in her category by ‘I Dreamed A Dream’ from the musical ‘Les Miserables’, taken part in other Ally El Entertainment festival in January 2018 where where she participants with two songs ‘I Dreamed A Dream’ and ‘I Don’t Want To Miss a Thing’ by Aerosmith. And place 4th in her category, and get a medal for ‘Best Interpretation’ of ‘I don’t Want To Miss A thing’.

Another festival that Kathryn taken part was Shine Singer Festival held by DBS Productions on 18 th.March, 2018. And she placed third in her category with a cover by singer Annalise ‘Il Mondo Prima Di Te’