Lynn Schultz has first climbed onto a piano bench
to play music as the age of four and by seven was composing
original melodies, At fourteen, she studied with concert pianists
Nelson and Neal.
continued her studies in piano, voice and composition to earn
a Bachelor of Music Degree from the conservatory
of Music at UMKC and a Master of Music
Degree from Drake University. After playing the harp
of a friend, she became enchanted with the beautiful tone
that only a harp can produce, and discovered the perfect medium
for her unique original sound.
a lineage that has been traced back to the MackIntosh castle
in Inverness, Scotland, Victoria Lynn has returned to her
heritage to specialize in the harp music of Ireland and Scotland.
Traveling to Europe to train with the experts in Irish
and Scottish harp, she has toured with the legendary
Grammy Award winning Irish band “The Chieftains”
as a featured soloist. She also toured and performed with
Josh Groban, Clay Aiken, Peabo Bryson, Roberta Flack. . .
an accomplished vocalist, Victoria has performed as a soprano
soloist with the Florida Symphony Orchestra. Her pure soprano
voice has graced many solo vocal performances singing for
such dignitaries as Mother Theresa.
was chosen to demonstrate Celtic harps for a National Television
Holiday Special to showcase “The Harp Connection”,
She is listed in “Who’s Who of American Women”
and has won almost every award in her field of music. Her
“Celtic Suite” for harp won the FHF
“Original Music Competition” award, and “Mystic
Waters” received the FHF People’s
five solo albums, a meditation CD, and being featured on 6
compilation CD’s, her solo album, "Soothing
Harp" which included four of her original compositions,
was released internationally by Madacy Records, and was a
featured item in the Avon “Inspirational Treasures”
Catalogue. Her CD’s, “Harp
Dreams” and “Harp
Meditation”, reached #1 in
the Instrumental and New Age charts for MP3.com.
Her music and publications are now available worldwide at
Barnes and Noble, Target, the Healing Gardens, and harp
music distributors and can be heard on radio stations as far
away as Siberia and Germany.