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Who is Lynn Chircop?

Lynn ChircopLynn Chircop is well-known in Malta as a pianist and singer. She has also modelled on several occasions, acted in the soap opera ‘Ipokriti’. and she is the co-presenter and co-producer for the popular youth-oriented programme ‘Klabbzone’ on TVM.She is the lead singer of the rock band ‘Blend 7' and performs with various other established musicians.

Lynn started singing and playing the piano at a very young age. When she was four she took part in the song contest ‘Mini Kanta’ and she won that festival a year later with the song We Are The World. Soon she started studying classical music with Mrs. Michelle Sant LRSM and eventually continued her studies in a Music Academy in Leipzig, Germany. Now she performs classical music with various renowned musicians, on various occasions, as a trio or quartet.

More than a a musician, Lynn has specialised in Tourism Studies. She speaks fluent German, Italian, French and English, and she has also studied Spanish. She has also obtained the IATA /UFTAA (International Air Transport Association /Universal Federation of Travel Agents Association) License and apart from being a qualified Music teacher, she is also licensed to teach English to foreign students in Malta.

Lynn is the resident pianist at the ‘Victoria Hotel’, in Sliema, and the resident singer and pianist at the ‘Maestro al fresco’ in Valletta. On the 13th,14th,15th of December 2002, Lynn gave a solo performance in the fifth edition of the ‘Teatru Unplugged’, which was held at the Manoel Theatre. Lynn interpreted various popular music pieces which reflected her music versatility. On this occasion, too, Lynn launched her own composition The Final Act, with words by Keith Marshall.

In February 2003, Lynn participated in the Malta Song for Europe Festival and emerged as the winner, with the song To Dream Again making her Malta representative at the Eurovision Song Contest in Riga, Latvia, on 24 May 2003.


See also - 2003 Malta Song for Europe: Songs + Singers | Reviews by Darrell Pace + Coryse Borg || Previous Years
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