Simone Gauci

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Simone Gauci

Simone Gauci was born on 19 Febuary, 1992 at St Luke’s Hospital, Gwadamanġia, and currently lives at Qawra. She's a singer.

She is now twenty-two years old and still going on with her studies. Began to sing in the school choir and remained participating for about eight years till the end of secondary school. After that she continued practicing singing and took her hobby to a higher level.

Simone Gauci

In 2010 she was chosen to go London to sing with a choir in order to participate in the Beatles tribute held in The Royal Albert Hall. In 2011 she participated in a contest that was part of the television programme Entertain Me presented by Mariella Pace Asciak and her son Geordie Debono in which she won the first place. This led her to go to Prague to compete and there she won the first place too in her age category.

That year she also took part in the programme Sas-sitta and won the Passport to Indifest competition that led her to the final of the Konkors Kanżunetta Indipendenza in which she interpreted the original song Id F’id words by Keith Zammit and music by Renato Briffa. In 2012, along with another singer she recorded an original single named Destiny's Call. The song was written as a dedication to a friend whod died tragically.

In March 2013 she will participate in the final of Għanja tal-Poplu with an original song Djarju Ta’ Tifkiriet words by Emil Calleja Bayliss and music by Mark Spiteri Lucas.

Simone wishes to continue practicing singing and looks at every experience as a start for new opportunities which will guide her to move forward in her career.

In September 2014 she took part and ended among the finalists in the final night of the Konkors Kanzunetta Indipendenza - 2014 , with the song Aħjar lyrics by Rita Pace and music by Mark Spiteri Lucas.

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