Project Harmony is the new and trendy acapella group in Malta, striking a unique chord within the acapella world.
Six very different personalities have come together to create innovative and fun sounds. Their creativity in song choices and outstanding arrangements have marked them as an acapella group worth listening to.
Project Harmony is made up of three girls – Maria Grech, Faye Mallia and Julia Camilleri – and three boys – Mario Vella, Paolo Micallef and Neil Azzopardi. This ambitious group’s goal is to perform popular songs with a creative difference.
Acapella is basically individuals singing a song with no instrumental accompaniment. Some sing lyrics while others create the instrument score (the guitar line, bass, piano and drums or by beatboxing).
Project Harmony founder Faye Micallef-Grimaud told Newsbook.com.mt that this group was on her to-do list for quite some time.
“Last year I decided to make it happen while debuting in a production I directed, Dear Future Me at Valletta Campus Theatre in November 2018. They performed their first cover Havana, originally sung by Camila Cabello. The group immediately received overwhelming response and praise,” she said.
The creation and production of their first music video, which features Sucker by the Jonas Brothers was by Dylan Odom, the audio production was by Matteo Depares and the movements by Carly Zarb. The vocal arrangements and overall production were by Micallef Grimaud.
Project Harmony’s next live performance will be at Superheroes & Star Wars in Science happening between Saturday 30th November and Sunday 1st December at Esplora Science Centre. Project Harmony, together with a few actors from Treble Makers will be performing – in superhero and villain costumes – an acapella rendition of superhero theme songs and an educational fun sketch and dance for all ages to enjoy.