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Emily Zamourka has given her first performance, since a video of her singing Puccini in the LA subway went viral. Emily, who has been homeless in Los Angeles for two years, had the support of thousands of fans at the event. They had no doubt seen the much-viewed video of her, posted by an LAPD officer, in which she can be heard singing at a Metro Purple Line station in Koreatown. Bystanders reportedly ran after the thief, but he threw the violin on the ground, destroying it.

After her instrument was gone, Emily could no longer pay her bills and was evicted from her apartment. If you only knew how much you destroyed me. Zamourka has said that the record deal is still in the works, with nothing officially signed yet. Discover Music. Lloyd Webber. Maxim Vengerov. Simon Rattle. Homeless opera singer Emily Zamourka gives first performance since LA subway video went viral 7 October , By Maddy Shaw Roberts. More From ClassicFM.

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Commuting on the subway can be stressful. The hustle and bustle of people heading too and from work, the cramped conditions and people pushing to get on. All of this can be a bit of a nightmare.

Emily Zamourka has given her first performance, since a video of her singing Puccini in the LA subway went viral. Emily, who has been homeless in Los Angeles for two years, had the support of thousands of fans at the event. They had no doubt seen the much-viewed video of her, posted by an LAPD officer, in which she can be heard singing at a Metro Purple Line station in Koreatown. Bystanders reportedly ran after the thief, but he threw the violin on the ground, destroying it. After her instrument was gone, Emily could no longer pay her bills and was evicted from her apartment.

Homeless opera singer Emily Zamourka gives first performance since LA subway video went viral

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