Artist To Watch | Singer-songwriter Emalia

Artist To Watch | Singer-songwriter Emalia

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Our first 'Artist To Watch' is Emalia, a 20 year old singer/songwriter with Pop, Jazz, Soul and RnB influences from Australia. Since beginning vocal training with Nella Magnante at the age of 6 in 2004, Emalia has developed her skills as a musician through her unbreakable commitment and determination in all of her musical endeavours.


An experienced and comfortable performer, Emalia has performed to thousands in arena's such as the WIN Entertainment Centre, and notably, the Qantas Credit Union Arena in Sydney, where she sang, first for the Australian Youth Olympics Opening Ceremony in 2013, and again as a featured artist in The Schools Spectacular aired on national television in the same year.


In 2015, Emalia graduated as a singer/songwriter from the prestigious Talent Development Project (which has fostered the likes of Angus and Julia Stone, and the Mcclymonts), where she was given the opportunity to work with an array of Australian industry professionals, including the incredible Rai Thistlewaite from Thirsty Merc. One of her biggest career highlights so far includes her performance with artist/producer Northie at the Official New Years Eve Telstra Party for 2014 in the Sydney Harbour alongside artists such as Art vs Science and The Temper Trap. Emalia has also been hard at work in the studio at home, collaborating with one of Australia's premier producers and songwriters Adam Reily.


Emalia's single 'Do Your Own Thing' charted at #69 in the Top 100 on the Australian iTunes Chart and came in at #57 on the Pop Charts. The video clip for DYOT received an impressive 122k views on facebook within a week. A unique and mesmerising natural talent, with captivating melodies and lyrics from the heart, Emalia is the upcoming Australian artist to watch!





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