Andy Muscat born on 29 October, 1991. He is a singer, song- writer and teacher.
Andy’s official journey in the theatrical world started at University, when he participated in KSU Students’ Fest (2011, 2012). From 2012 to 2015, he was part of Gospel EnKor Choir, performing in various kinds of shows ranging from weddings, to embassies and televised masses under the patronage of the President. He also performed in the 2012, 2013 and 2014 editions of the Strummin’ concert.
In 2013, Andy ventured into the world of musical theatre when he was one of the Pit Singers in the pantomime production, Little Red by Masquerade at the Manoel Theatre. In 2014, he formed part of the cast for Fiddler on The Roof. F.M. Theatre Productions, Manoel Theatre. In 2015-2016, he was one of the main chorus of another F.M. production, this time the pantomime, Robin Hood and the Babes in the wood at Manoel Theatre.
In 2015, Andy began his official vocal training as a student of Vocal Booth Studios, under the guidance of Pamela Bezzina. He is also part of Vocal Troupes. Also in 2015, Andy was cast in 1565 The Musical - In Concert, produced by Masquerade under the direction of Mro. Paul Abela accompanied by The Malta Philharmonic Orchestra. During the 2015 CHOGM events, he was part of the official video for the theme song, The People We Are, and also took part in the internationally televised opening ceremony, where he had the opportunity to perform with Animae Gospel Choir together with other soloists, such as Joseph Calleja, in front of the British Royal Family and other dignitaries.
In 2016, Andy decided to try and write the lyrics of his first song. Together with composer, Mark Scicluna, and Andrew Zammit’s arrangement, Ħabta u Sabta was created. This song made it through as one of the finalists of the 2016 edition of Għanja tal-Poplu 2016 - (Festival tal-Kanzunetta Maltija). This festival will be held in July with the participation of the PBS Orchestra.
As a teacher, Andy has also been helping to co-ordinate his school’s Performing Arts Group, where he hopes to be able to keep promoting the love of performing with his students, aiming for a more holistic approach to their