Dario Mifsud Bonnici

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Dario Mifsud Bonnici

Dario Mifsud Bonnici born on 25 August, 1987. Grow up at Ħamrun. He is a singer and vocal teacher.

Dario’s first major appearance goes back to 2005 when he auditioned and was chosen to be one of the finalists in the local talent programme L-Isfida where he had to perform the three art disciplines, where he managed to reach the semi-finals. He was selected as a main part in musicals such as, Phantom of the opera, Moulin Rouge and Disney Classic Aladdin all at the Salesian theatre.

He studied Jazz dance up to Advance level and have gained over 8 years of experience with Yada Dance Company & College of jazz under the direction of Mr Felix Busuttil. During his time with the Yada Dance Company he performed in quite significant shows such as, ‘A Tribute to Michael Jackson’ held at the MFCC. He also took dancing lessons at Kinetic Dance studio, where he was chosen to form part of their dancing company. He had the opportunity to take part in a Christmas panto for two consecutive years along with Kinetic dance company.

Subsequently he realised that he had to take music and performance to another level. So to further his studies, he flew to London and attended a vocal and performance Diploma course at BIMM College London. In addition, he also studied Vocal technique, song-writing, music production and Artist development. In 2016 Dario successfully achieved a qualification to teach BTEC in Popular music & Performance. He furthered his studies, and completed two other Major Syllabus in singing, where he obtained a Diploma in Trinity Rock and Pop and Rock School International.

Dario Mifsud Bonnici

Another major experience was attained, when in 2013, he auditioned and got selected for a concert in which the singers where going to be accompanied by the Malta National Orchestra. That same year, he was also chosen to take part in a Christmas concert with the Malta Youth National Orchestra.

He then had the opportunity to work as a recording artist, for Woodhouse Production house in Sweden and Jupiter Records in Germany. Where he had the chance to work closely with top producers and song writers like Christian Ingebrigtsen (front man of pop group A1) Simen Eriksud (Swedish Songwriter) Nick Sinclair (singer/Songwriter in Poland) Ralph Siegel (songwriter from Germany) Henric Pieroff & Sandra Nordstom (Writers of MESC2016 Entry I love you and many others. Recently he also participated in the Local show X FACTOR MALTA. Out of hundreds of applicants, he managed to make it up till judges houses which was only a step away from the live shows.

Dario was casted in No 1 Hit musical We Will Rock You which will take place Malta in October 2019. Also Casted in The Adams Family -The Musical which will happen in February 2020 at the MCC. Vocal Coach Ms Gillian Zammit is taking care of Dario’s voice wellbeing for the past year.

Currently he is the lead singer of Barbershop quartet Barbetti under the direction of Studio 18.

In September, 2020 Dario will be in the final of the 29th.Edition Konkors Kanzunetta Indipendenza 2020 with the song Int Biss lyrics by Rita Pace and music by himself and Gillian Attard.