Leanne Ellul

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Leanne Ellul

Leanne Ellul (born October 13 1989) is a Maltese singer and lives in Ħal Luqa.

Ellul started singing at an early age and was first coached by Doreen Galea and later on by Glen Vella till the age of 18. She has also written her own lyrics (both in Maltese and in English) some of which are: Colours of Love, My Life, Prayer for Peace, Żmien in-Nanniet, and Bibien tal-Ħadid. Amongst the festivals she took part in are Fl-Għaqda l-Melodija, Malta Junior Eurovision 2003, Malta Junior Eurovision 2004 and Showtime ma’ Aceline.

Leanne also participated in the 2007 edition of Sfida, where she performed singing, dancing and acting. The last festival she took part in was L-Għanja tal-Maltin where she won first place with the song Żerniq, to which she wrote the lyrics. The song was composed by Lara Schembri and Dana McKeon. She also received an award for the best interpretation.

Ellul ceased singing actively, but occasionaly contributed as a soloist in the Assumpta Est Choir, amongst others, performed as a backing vocalist, sang on special occasions such as an evening dedicated for Maltese music, “ikKORdati,” and worked with/for children in the music field.

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