Sebastian Carl Calleja (born 3 July 1998) is a singer from Ħal-Qormi.
His career started at school when at eleven years of age, he had to sing popular song Angel originally sung by Chiara.
Then, he started taking singing lessons and also continued working on some cover versions. He took part in a local singers' festival where he interpreted Il-Bajja Tal-Mellieħa and Ave Maria – he finished in third place with both performances.
His version of Ave Maria started being played at the Corradino Correctional Facilities in Kordin during small festivities. From time to time, Sebastian visits the residents to give his rendition of the popular song. He even participated in a play they wrote for Christmas celebrations.
Sebastian started singing in a number of choirs and this opened up some great opportunities including singing with a fifty piece orchestra in St Sebastian Church in Qormi. After this experience he was part of Marie Therese Vassallo’s choir and then started taking music lessons.
He even participated in different school productions including Aida, Rumpilstilskin, Barnuża Blu, Katrin tal-Imdina, Sossy – The Pantomime, Teżor Mitluf, Carmen and Dracula.
Sebastian released his first original song called L-idolu written by one of his teachers Clifton Casha and composed by Joe S. Grech, the guitarist of the band New Courey. The song was successful and Sebastian even recorded a music video.
He competed in the San Remo Junior Malta 2014 and was chosen amongst the finalists from sixty participants. He was one out of four singers chosen to represent Malta were he had the opportunity to cover ‘If Tomorrow Never Comes’ at the famous Ariston Theatre.
He is one of the resident singers in popular tv programm Ħadd Għalik.