Chris and Moira

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Chris & Moira were a Maltese duo, formed by Moira Stafrace and Christopher Scicluna. They were best known for representing Malta in the 1994 Eurovision Song Contest.


Moira was born in Malta in 1970. At the age of 12 she started her singing career.[citation needed]. She bought a guitar and she started to sing with many bands. She took part in numerous festivals where she won many awards.[citation needed]. In 1992 she was given the award for Best Personality in the music industry of her country.[citation needed] In 1993 she met and fell in love with a guitarist, Chris scicluna.

Chris was born in Malta in 1959 and started music studies at the age of 8 and spent most of the 1980s freelancing in the United Kingdom.[citation needed] He is the younger brother of John Chicluna, a presenter in Maltese television.


In 1993, Moira was a backing vocalist for entrant William Mangion, and Chris was on stage, playing the guitar. He was also the composer of the song, entitled This Time. The song achieved 8th place among the 25 participants.

In 1994, Moira wrote the lyrics and Chris composed the music for the song More than Love, which represented their country at the contest in Dublin. They ranked 5th with 97 points - one of the best results for Malta.

In 1999, the duo returned to Eurovision, this time writing a song entitled Believe 'n Peace for the girlband Times Three. The leading singer of the group was Moira's sister. Both Chris and Moira were on stage as backing vocalists.

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Awards and achievements
Preceded by
William Mangion
with "This Time"
Malta in the Eurovision Song Contest
Succeeded by
Mike Spiteri
with "Keep Me In Mind"