Footage of a Los Angeles homeless woman singing on the subway has gone viral.
The Los Angeles homeless woman with a phenomenal voice is turning her life around.
The incredible clip was shared to Twitter by LAPD, with the caption "4 million people call LA home. 4 million voices...occasionally you appropriate have to shut and listen to 1, to hear one thing lovely".
At the time, the woman was unidentified, but Los Angeles TV station KABC found her. She moved to the United States at age 24, is a trained violinist, and used to teach piano lessons at a church and had up to 60 students in Vancouver, Washington.
With out her violin, Zamourka took to singing for a residing moreover to to receiving $400 a month in govt relieve, the Cases stated.
After the tweet went viral, people began searching for the mystery woman, who turned out to be Russian immigrant Emily Zamourka, who had fallen on hard luck in recent times. "When I could not actually pay any of my bills and could not pay anymore of my rent", she told ABC7. "I'm napping where I will sleep ..."
Zamourka was reportedly a piano and violin teacher and performed on the streets until someone stole her instrument.
"You understand why I form it within the subway?"
However a number of years in the past, the violin, which Zamourka stated was price 1000's of, was snatched and damaged.
"I want to thank him really very much because if he wouldn't do what he did, people would never know about me and my talent", she said. Zamourka informed KNBC-TV. "As a outcome of it sounds so enormous".
Metropolis Councilman Joe Buscaino's situation of job is paying Zamourka to originate Saturday evening on the outlet of Diminutive Italy, an field in San Pedro celebrating Italian heritage. When her $10,000 violin was stolen, she was left with only one instrument: her voice.
Emily Zamourka was spotted performing at an underground metro station.
A GoFundMe page is raising money now helping her get a hand up.
It's "like the American Idol story, but on social media".
The toughen and recognition are "a miracle", Zamourka stated.