Maya Morrow

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Maya Morrow

Maya Angela Morrow was born on 11 March, 2002. She comes from Ħaż-Żabbar. She is a singer-songwriter as well as a musician.

Completed Secondary and Post-Secondary at Junior College. Sitting for A levels in 2020.

She always enjoyed singing and writing from a young age and when she turned 10 her mum started taking her for singing lessons.

She first attended lessons in 2010 with Claire McCartin but after a while stopped. From 2014 till 2018 she attended singing lessons with Julie Zahra at Masquerade. From 2018 till present she is with Claire McCartin again.

She doesn’t really participate in festivals as she focuses on songwriting, but she took part in the Singer Stage Malta International Festival in 2019.

Maya Morrow

She performed for several occasions at the Russian Cultural Centre. She took part in songcraft and performed several times at Saint James Cavalier. Maya has been interviewed and sang for TVM as part of songcraft. She has performed at the Storeroom in Ta’ Xbiex for Alexandra Alden’s songbird sessions. She participated and won the Shelagh McCartin Songwriting Award and has released her first single Stop Wasting Your Time on June 3rd 2020 under Somnio Studios.

Maya plays the piano and the guitar. She is always accompanied by her guitar whilst singing.

She wishes to continue writing and producing songs that hopefully people will appreciate and she hopes to get to perform them live. Apart from this, she is also aiming to become a psychiatrist.

She feels that songwriters are underappreciated and that there should be more events and activities related to such an important aspect of music in Malta.