Eva Klampfer, MA.

  • Mirabellplatz 1
  • 5020 Salzburg

Eva Klampfer has been surrounded by music her whole life. She discovered the piano at her neighbour’s house when she was 4 years old and has been playing this instrument ever since. Because she grew up on the countryside of UpperAustria, Lylit played and sang mostly classical music in her early years. When she heard Gospel Music the first time at the age of 12, she was blown away. She immediately founded a Gospel Choir with her schoolmates, trained them and they played concerts all over Austria for the next 5 years. At the age of 14 she started to study classical piano at the Anton Bruckner University, Linz. When she was 17 she also decided to study Jazz Vocals, did her masters and graduated with honors a few years later. Lylit has been writing music since she was 15 years old, so while studying at the university she already played a lot of concerts with her first group “On Wings To Kashmir” with whom she won the biggest Bandcontest in Austria in 2002. While touring with different musicians and bands all around the world, Lylit decided to focus on her own music more and more. In 2010 she got signed by the former head of Motown, USA, Kedar Massenburg. Lylit’s Song “The Plan” was iTunes’ “Single of the week” in the U.S. and along with that she released her critically acclaimed EP “Unexpected” (voted in Top10 R’n’B Releases in 2010 in the U.S.). In 2011 she released an album with Matthias Löscher, called LYLIT Löscher Duo and has been touring in Europe and the United States since then. In 2016 Lylit worked on her Debut Album with her label Massenburg Media, in which she is responsible for writing all the songs, playing keys and bass and doing all the vocals. She was also the singer of the biggest charity’s campaign of Austria in 2016, called ‘Licht Ins Dunkel’. In 2017 she sang at the Wiener Festwochen Eröffnung in front of 50.000 people, accompanied by the Wiener Symphoniker and toured as the lead singer of SK Invitational through Europe. In 2018 she played concerts in the US and released her critically acclaimed Single “Blocks”, talking about feminism, sexism and other major issues. She was also asked to compose the music and write the lyrics for Conchita Wurst’s next album, which will be released in 2019.