Born on 8 August, 2005, Martina studies at St. Theresa College in Birkirkara.
Aged four, she began learning to play the piano. In addition to music studies, her mother, a professional pianist, took Martina to a vocal studio.
Martina won second place at the international festivals "Voice from the South "(Italy, 2015),"Golden Microphone" (Slovenia, 2016) and reached the semi-final of "Britain's Got Talent" TV show (Great Britain).
She sang together with Freddie Portelli, the legendary Maltese singer and songwriter, as well as part of the choir at the opening of Malta Eurovision Festival (2013). She got first place at the international festivals "Arpeggio", "Voices of the World", "Singing Stage", and in the national TV show "Singing Challenge" (2017).
To improve her academic vocal skills Martina takes lessons from the vocal coach Phyllisienne Brincat. She sings in St. Augustine Churche of Valletta, St. Joseph and St. Helen Churches in Birkirkara.
Martina participates in charity events. Her hobbies are swimming and reading books. She dreams of becoming a professional singer.