Stephen Baldacchino

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Stephen Baldacchino

Stephen Baldacchino was born on 19 September 1983 and is from the Capital City of Malta, Valletta.

Since from his chilhood he had switched to reading and writing in the English language. Pursued his education in state schools where today he works as Assistant Learning Supposr also one of the Colleges of the state.

The first task was to his musical feast of St Paul of Valletta in 2008. Many of his original works featured in the same Feast of St. Paul Valletta, Il-Birgu Fest, Konkors Ilwien Mużikali, Festival l-Għanja tal-Maltin, Festival Ġmiel is-Seba’ Noti, Konkors Kanzunetta Indipendenza, Eurosong, and the editon of The Sea Songs Festival in 2010 in Ukraina as well as across several European cities through original works by Maltese folk group Firelight in Bulgaria, Italy, Spain and Portugal.

Among the composers who worked with them to find Joe Brown, Elton Zarb, Dominic Cini ‘Minik’, Chan Vella, Michael Joe Cini,Manolito Galea and Aldo Spiteri.