Her voice won America's heart after video of her singing opera was posted by an L.A. police officer last week, helping Zamourka turn her life around.
The video was shared by the Los Angeles Police Department along with a caption that read, "4 million people call LA home. 4 million voices...occasionally you appropriate have to shut and listen to 1, to hear one thing lovely".
Zamourka informed KABC-TV that she performed an electrical violin for some time till somebody pushed her off a bus and fractured her wrist. Viewed over 9 lakh times on Twitter, the woman in the clip was later identified as Emily Zamourka, who grew up in Russian Federation before moving to the USA, the Los Angeles Times reported. Her jaw-dropping performance is fit enough to be delivered in front of a paying audience, not a lonely subway station.
With out her violin, Zamourka took to singing for a dwelling along with receiving $400 a month in authorities assist, the Instances stated.
The video has been viewed more than 800,000 times.
Zamourka told the station that she's a classically trained violinist and pianist and made a living as a street performer.
She added that she would be grateful for help to get off the streets and to have a roof over her head and musical instruments. "I'm napping where I will sleep ..."
- Stix (@StixWhatley) September 30, 2019This is no fake, I know her, she is a great person, very kind! "I have people that feel sorry for me, but I don't want to be a burden to anybody". Zamourka informed KNBC-TV. "As a effect of it sounds so enormous".
But several years ago, the violin, which Zamourka said was worth thousands of dollars, was snatched and broken.
Zamourka has had many offers of free violins as well. However she declined them, saying she needs to play a violin as particular because the one which was destroyed, KABC-TV reported. A GoFundMe page has also been set up.
A man started a GoFundMe campaign for Zamourka after seeing her story on the news, and has raised more than $35,000 to help her get housing and other services she may need.
"It was my income", Ms Zamourka told KNBC-TV.