Maria Ellul (singer)

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Maria Ellul

Maria Ellul was born in the sunny island of Malta, on 20 March 1997. Music was always a passion for her, and she always looked at it as a hobby which brings her joy and satisfaction to her life.

Maria Ellul

At the age of 10 she started learning the violin and kept on doing so for five consecutive years. Even though she loved playing the violin she always thought that singing was the best thing she’s at.

When she was just a little girl, during her school concerts she always used to get small solos to accompany the rest of her classmates, which flourished into new opportunities later in her life.

Her first singing experiences started off from her local Parish Church Choir in Żejtun, which was directed by Joe Caruana (Organist), in which she used to sing as a First Soprano. Once more, she used to be assigned solos, especially during Christmas Concerts.

As she grew older, she was offered more opportunities, and thus she started freelancing as a Soprano and Pop Singer. Some events in which she is always invited to, are the Halloween and Christmas Parties at the Playmobil Funpark, Malta and the 12th Birzebbuġa Girl Guides Annual Concert.

Apart from Freelance singing, she also joined an all ladies Choir called Vox Dulcis Chorale, in the last two years, which is directed by John Anthony Fsadni.

The year 2019 started out on a very positive note for Maria Ellul, as she dropped her first single "Let It Fly", in collaboration with Funky Monkey and Katia Abela. This was Maria's first original single, in which she hopes it paves the way for her career. The response she is getting since the single has been released is overwhelming.