On one of the metro stations, police noticed a singing beggar, which, as it turned out, was a professional singer from Russia.
It’s not every day you see a beggar, singing in the subway. And to the people of Los Angeles are lucky. Homeless in the subway singing “O mio babbino caro” and “Ave Maria,” a stunning soprano. When she appeared in the subway in Koreatown, I immediately stunned the passengers of American subway with his performance. As it turned out, the journalists, the owner of a beautiful soprano was a Russian-born Emily Samorka. 52-year-old singer left Russia 24 years ago.
As told the portal rai77.com Emily became homeless after she developed serious health problems, and she was unable to pay his medical bills. Singer, teaching lessons on piano and violin, was forced to apply for numerous work to make ends meet. Three years ago, she stole a violin worth 10 thousand dollars. “I became homeless when they were not able to pay for rent. I have to sing in crowded places to earn for food. I’m now sleeping on cardboard, directly into the Parking lot. I sleep wherever I can sleep… I Have friends who feel sorry for me, but I don’t want to be a burden to anyone. I will appreciate anyone who can help me out and get my tools,” said Emily Samorka in an interview with local media.