Ritianne Frendo

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Ritianne Frendo

Ritianne Frendo was born on 29 June 1985. She is married and got a son Andrés, lives in Birkirkara. From an early age she used to write short stories from personal experiences.

She studied music theory and plays the clarinet. She graduated in 2007 in the Bachelors of Honours in Communications, and in 2008 got the Post Graduate Certificate in Education. She is a teacher at San Ġorġ Preca College.

This is her first experience as a writer, after she has written a song in the Maltese language for her niece a promitted singer Kristy Spiteri as a gift on the occasion of her Confirmation Day.

This same song Nann reached the final of Malta Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2018 sang by Kristy Spiteri, and was composed by Mark Scicluna and Cyprian Cassar.

The Maltese language is an imperative thing for her and feels we should hold it in high regard and cherish its value. As a matter of fact she manages the facebook page Ġmiel il-Pinna Maltija [1].

She is currently studying for a diploma in Maltese Literature.