Happy end: homeless Russian woman from the subway in Los Angeles invited to the big stage – Notepad

The story of the fate of the emigrant in the USA with the magnificent soprano of an unexpected development.

A few days ago, a stray Russian Emilia Samarco, singing in the subway in Los Angeles, no one would know if not the case. A policeman, serving in the subway, filmed on video, as Emily sings with his beautiful voice and posted the video to the Network. It is this video, which attracted a million hits, radically changed the fate of the owner of soprano, said today Ren TV in his report.

An amazing story of a homeless woman singing Opera in the subway of Los Angeles, shocked the whole of America. Caring opened in online fundraising in less than a week has gathered more than one hundred thousand dollars.

“When I read that her dream is to one day speak on stage, we wanted to make her dream come to life, and we’re doing this today at the opening of the Little Italy district. But the most important thing for us is to associate it with the right people, what we have done. Emily’s story inspired not only the entire city and the entire state but the entire country,” — said the Deputy of city Council of Los Angeles Joe Buscaino.

A famous composer and two-time, Grammy-nominated Joel diamond offers Samorka to record an album, and the mayor’s office invites to speak at the opening of the new district.

Moved to the US a few years ago, singer Samorka due to the illness lost everything – job, housing, health. She was forced to spend the night anywhere and live on a tiny allowance. And still singing in the subway. Now her life consists of rehearsals, interviews and public appearances.

The money collected Emily Samorka plans to spend on improving housing conditions and not even for health problems that remain, and musical creativity. In addition to the public performances Emily would really like to get back to teaching.
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