Mark Portelli

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Mark Portelli

Mark Portelli born in Pietà on 5 July, 1994. He is a singer and lives in Birżebbuġa.

He was always been interested in music from an early age, But never gave it any priority.

Although he used to take part in school plays when he was young, Until he went to Secondary School, One of his friends signed me up for an audition for the Christmas school choir and he got accepted and from then on he knew that it was his passion.

Then he started to take vocal lessons seriously and thanks to his vocal coaches Rita Pace and Domenique Azzopardi and his School choir teacher Romina Mamo and he feel that his talent is improved. He had the opportunity to audition for a programe called Don’t Stop Me Now back in 2011 that was his first time ever that he sang on television, But was not chosen as a finalist.

In 2013 he passed to the live television phase of Konkors Kanzunetta Indipendenza 2013 named Indifeast with the song Ġens Qalbien performed with his great friend of him Ryan Axisa.

His latest achievement was on August 2018 when he is being selected as one of the 10 finalists of the New Talent category in Konkors Kanzunetta Indipendenza 2018 with the song Inxammru l-Kmiem composed by Philip Vella and lyrics written by Paul Ellul.

It was a great experience where he meet a lot of people. Mark don’t consider singing as his hobby but its his passion.

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