Vince Fabri

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Born in Malta in 1960, presently performing as a singer, guitarist and a song writer in Malta's most popular television weekly talk show Xarabank.

Apart from numerous solo performances as singer-songwriter, for the last fifteen years he has been successfully involved in writing lyrics and composing music for television and theatrical productions.

The CD with the songs he wrote for a satirical television program called 'Ahn' Ahna jew m'Ahniex' is considered locally as one of the best selling releases.

Vince Fabri composed the music for the lyrics written by the renowned Maltese poet and writer Oliver Friggieri that was released on a CD in 1991.

He is also one of the coordinators of a Maltese literally group Poezijaplus, which has been holding monthly literally evenings since 1999.

In 2007 he participated in the poetry festival 'Voix de la Méditerranée' held every year in Lodeve, a town of southern France, and in November 2008 he performed at Literature Live Festival in Croatia and in the Biennale Internationale de Poésie en Val de Marne in France.