Ludwig Galea is one of Malta’s most loved rock tenors. He is also a regular local musical theatre performer, holding an Associate Diploma from Trinity College London.
Ludwig teaches speech and drama, theatre arts, movement, presentation, and communication skills at different levels of experience and ability, through collaborative programs implemented by the Drama Unit.
His performance credits include several editions of Rockestra, an annual rock orchestral concert, Les Miss Saigon Guerre, featuring highlights from Schönberg and Boublil’s masterpieces, alongside the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra, the Eurovision Song Contest 2004, and numerous other official music events in exclusive venues around the island such as the official Song ‘Fil-Port ma L-ewropej’ for Malta’s accession in the EU and the official song ‘Independence’ for the first CHOGM held in Malta. He has also entertained audiences in theatres across Europe, including Italy, Holland, Turkey, Belgium, and Bulgaria, at the New Year’s Gala Concert, accompanied by the Varna Philharmonic Orchestra. He has also performed for Sir Cameron Mackintosh at a private function, and as a supporting act for the Simply Red concert in Malta.
Ludwig is also the recipient of a number of awards, including First and Second Prizes at the Discovery Festival (Bulgaria, 2003), Second Prize at the Mega Hit Festival (Turkey, 2005), Second Prize and Televoting Award at the International Maltese Song Festival (2002), First Prize and Best Interpretation in L-Għanja tal-Poplu (2003), and First Prize at the Festival Kanzunetta Indipendenza (2008).