A Maltese musician has just won a once-in-a-lifetime experience to go study at Berklee College Of Music after she came out on top at a european music contest.
Claire Tonna proved that she’s got what it takes to be the best after she bossed one of Europe’s biggest musician competitions in Italy and won the category for ‘Best Singer-Songwriter.’
Decades of blood,sweat and tears for her craft paid off last Saturday night when the solo Maltese artist won the singer-songwriter category meaning that she has secured herself a scholarship at Berklee’s summer workshops for songwriting in Boston. Oh, and she won a guitar too.
The European Music Contest was held at the Auditorium del Massimo in Rome, where Claire performed to a packed out crowd.
Claire will be joined by another 350 songwriters in Boston where they’ll collaborate with each other to learn about songwriting and the music business. She’ll be under the guidance of some of the best musicians in the world and this opportunity is sure to help her progress her music career, and it’s well deserved after her stellar performance last weekend. Well done Claire!