Chiara Galiazzo

Chiara Galiazzo , better known as simply Chiara, is an Italian singer. She rose to fame in 2012, after winning the sixth season of the Italian talent show X Factor. Her debut single, titled Due respiri and cowritten by Eros Ramazzotti, was released onDecember 2012 and debuted atop the Italian Singles Chart. Chiara released her first studio album, Un posto nel mondo, which debuted at numberon the Italian Albums Chart, and spawned the singles Il futuro che sar, Mille passi and Vieni con me. In November of the same year, Galiazzo featured on Mikas single Stardust, which became a numberone hit in Italy.

The elder of two sisters, Chiara Galiazzo was born in Padua onAugust 1986 to Margherita and Francesco Galiazzo. She spent her childhood in Saonara, in the Province of Padua. After high school, she moved to Milan, where she studied Economics at the Universit Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, living with her sister and two friends. She graduated in April 2012, and she subsequently started a stage as a trader assistant in a financial services company.

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