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Alexandra Alden is the third member of The X Factor Malta jury

After Howard Keith and Ray Mercieca, it has now been announced that the third member of The X Factor Malta judging panel is Alexandra Alden. 24-year-old Alden is a Maltese singer, songwriter, guitarist and tutor who is currently residing in Rotterdam, where she graduated with a Bachelor of Music specialising in vocals at Codarts Conservatory in Rotterdam.

In comments to TVM, Alexandra Alden stated that The X Factor Malta will serve as a platform for Maltese singers to show their talent. Referring to her involvement as a member of the judging panel, Alden said she is honoured to have this opportunity to meet with various singers and possibly to help them with their musical career

Her first EP ‘The Curious Child’, recorded at the age of 16, consisting of five self-penned songs, was mostly self-funded and was completed with the help of the Malta Arts Fund. It resulted in two number one hit singles in Malta.

Upon moving to the Netherlands, Alexandra took part in a songwriting competition called ‘JongQuiteQuiet’ which resulted in her winning first prize, despite having been ill in bed for many weeks during this time. This is a perfect example of this young performer’s determination and drive, but also her ability to deliver in any given situation.

Her debut full-length album ‘Wild Honey’ containing twelve original tracks was released in June 2018 on the international label MARS Worldwide. Alexandra Alden will be giving concerts in Scandinavia, Central Europe and in a number of Mediterranean countries.

Follow what Alexandra Alden said about her experience in The X Factor Malta.

More information about The X Factor Malta can be found on facebook.com/xfactormalta

See also:

First member of the X Factor Malta jury revealed – Howard Keith Debono

Ray from ‘The Characters’ is the second member of The X Factor Malta jury

 

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