She was accompanied by Malta's ambassadors in the Eurovision Song Contest 2004, Julie & Ludwig and also her brother Fabrizio. At the Mediterranean Conference Festival, in 2003 she sang at a concert with Fabrizio Faniello while a year later she sang again with the National Orchestra with Nadine Axisa, Fabrizio and Philippa. In 2005 she classified fourth on 'Hotspot' - a TV show programmed on Net TV. The year 2006 was the year were she started her experience in the Malta Song For Europe Festival with the song 'High Alert!' - a song composed by Ray Agius. At the same contest she won the award for best new-comer. She won the Festival Kanzunetta Indipendenza 2006 with the song 'Ma Nafx' - a song composed by Ray Agius.
In 2007, despite qualifying for the Malta Song for Europe 2007 Semi-Final with thе song "L-Imħabba Għamja" (Love is Blind), she wasn't part of the six songs that gained the right to compete for the final round. She finished 7th. In summer 2007, Claudia Faniello launched "Wild Flower", a song composed by Aldo Spiteri and written by Deo Grech. In 2008 she passed for the Go Malta Song for Europe Semi-Final Festival with two songs "Caravaggio" and "Sunrise". Both songs passed into the final eight songs.
In the final of this festival she finished 2nd with the song "Caravaggio", a song about the Italian artist with the same name and 3rd with the song "Sunrise". The successive year, she made her fourth appearance in this Maltese festival, but still wasn't part of the last three songs that fought to book a place in Moscow 2009. Her song was entitled "Blue Sonata", composed and written by Ray Agius. She finished 4th. Read more on Last.fm.
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