She began her vocal studies in 2011 with mezzo-soprano Claire Massa at the Johann Strauss School of Music. Since then, she has sung in several recitals, oratorios, sacred works and concerts with various ensembles in Malta and Gozo and has performed as a soloist at the Manoel Theatre, St John's Co-Cathedral, St James Cavalier's Centre for Creativity, Teatru Salesjani and various other prestigious performance spaces in the Maltese Islands and overseas.
In 2015 she joined TMYO- an opera education programme committed to enriching Malta and Gozo's emerging operatic talent. Marvic continued her studies at Edinburgh Napier University with Joan Busby and with soprano Miriam Cauchi at the Malta School of Music. She has also participated in many workshops and master classes with many acclaimed singers including Janis Kelly and Jamie Mc Dougall at Oxenfoord International, Marilyn Reese at GSMD, and with Juliette Bisazza, Tatiana Lisnic and Miriam Gauci in Malta.
Engagements and achievements include being chosen to participate at the International Spring Orchestra Festival Lunchtime series and Closing Concert, singing the Maltese National Anthem with the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra, a recital at ‘Dar Malta’ - Brussels,Belgium, concerts with American Voices Ensemble, Mozart's Coronation Mass and excerpts from Handel's Messiah in concert with the Collegium Musicum (Malta), Joseph Calleja’s Winter Concert in Malta as well as regular recitals in Malta and the UK.
Performed roles include the title role in Alex Vella Gregory's 'L-Għana tas-Sirena’, and in scenes; Susanna (Le Nozze di Figaro), Zerlina (Don Giovanni), Venus / 2nd woman (Dido and Aeneas), Adele (Die Fledermaus), and Yvette (La Rondine). Marvic is currently reading for a BMUS (Hons.) degree in Vocal Performance at the University of Malta and is an active member of the University Vocal Ensemble under the direction of Mro. John Galea. She is also a member of Voces Laudis Melitensis, Malta’s leading all-female vocal ensemble.
Upcoming Events (2019) include concerts of Opera Arias with the Orchestra Filarmonica Nissena in Malta and Italy as well as other engagements in Malta and Greece. Mentored by soprano Miriam Cauchi, Marvic Baldacchino is generously supported by Ms. Janatha Stubbs and the BOV Joseph Calleja Foundation.