Chiara Galiazzo


Born In : Padua Italy
Occupation(s) : Singer

Chiara Galiazzo [ˈkjaːra ɡaˈljattso] (born 12 August 1986), 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 co-written by Eros Ramazzotti, was released on 8 December 2012 and debuted atop the Italian Singles Chart. Chiara released her first studio album, Un posto nel mondo, which debuted at number 2 on the Italian Albums Chart, and spawned the singles “Il futuro che sarà”, “Mille passi” and “Vieni con me”. In November of the same year, Galiazzo featured on Mika’s single “Stardust”, which became a number-one hit in Italy.
She performed three times at the Sanremo Music Festival in 2013, 2015, and 2017.