Andrew Alamango

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Andrew Alamango is a guitarist, composer and music promoter from Malta, who has been active since the 1990s.


Malta's Lost Voices

Following Etnika's temporary disbandment, due to several main musicians sought better musical opportunities on the European mainland, Alamango embarked on a project to recuperate Malta's early musical recordings. In 2010 he undertook the restoration and eventual re-release of thirty 78rpm shellacs from the 1930s, published in his book entitled Malta's Lost Voices.

Andrew Alamango performing during the Valletta Festival, April 2002


In September 2002, Alamango took part in a conference on intangible heritage organised by the Gibraltar Museum. He then partecipated in the Tradicionarius International Music Festival held in Seville and Barcelona in March 2003.

Alamango seeks his musical muses in Malta, Turkey and Egypt.

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