“I want my music to be an expression of my soul and for my voice to communicate deep emotions to a large audience all over the world, to all races, all religions and all nations”.

Giorgia Fumanti, with her magnificent long dark hair highlighted by purple streaks, her sparkling bright blue eyes, her magnetic stage presence and her angelic voice that communicates directly from her heart, possesses a very special gift. “As a child, my grandmother would sing for me, to comfort me when I was sick and help me fall asleep in the evenings. I still remember how her soft voice touched me and how she inspired me to become the singer that I am today”.

This beautiful Italian Crossover Soprano is a woman of many dimensions. Giorgia Fumanti is largely inspired by the works of Vangelis, Ennio Morricone and other noted film composers. She also composes her own music and writes her own lyrics. Some have tried to label her music as Classical, World, Pop or Crossover, but in fact her music combines all of these elements, with her superb soprano voice as the primary focus.

Edited by proggylous on 10 Nov 2007, 00:53

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