Francesca Galea (jazz singer)

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Francesca Galea (born 14 November 1982) is a jazz singer from Malta.

She attended jazz improvisation classes at the Johann Strauss School of Music under the tuition of Joe Debono, and vocal technique lessons with Ivan Degabriele.

In 2010/2011, when she lived in Portugal, she attended vocal jazz classes at JB jazz school with Claudia Franco and Sitio de sons, Coimbra with Susana China. In Paris, she followed vocal jazz and Brazilian rhythm classes with Michele Hendricks and Myriam Sidi respectively and was part of both samba and maracatu percussion groups in 2012 and 2013. Here she formed a Brazilian music duo called Os Dois with guitarist Roberto Stimoli.

Throughout the years, she has attended various vocal jazz, Brazilian music and Choro workshops in Crest, Paris and Carcassonne.

She performed in the Malta Jazz Festival 2010, with pianist Leonardo Montana.

In 2013, she was the winner of the first edition of the Malta Jazz Contest.

She performed in the Malta Jazz Festival 2014, accompanied by band members Renato D'Aiello (tenor sax), Claudio Angeleri (piano), Yoni Zelnik (bass), and Karl Jannuska (drums).

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