EMAR (pron. Ehm-Ahr) is an emerging international world music artist. Born in the Balkans and raised in Canada, EMAR‘s multicultural influences inspire her to sing and record in several languages including English, Serbian, Hindi, Persian, Arabic and Church Slavonic.

If you like Electro-dance, World, and New Age you will love EMAR.
Think - Enigma, Buddha Bar, Delirium with a little bit of Shakira.

On her debut album, EMAR: Sacred Soul released September 3rd 2008, EMAR worked with three renowned producers to create her ethereal, spiritual sound: Genie Award-nominated Sean Eyre, Canadian Music Awards winner for Best World Music Group 2007, Andrew McPherson of Eccodek and noted film composer Igor Vrabac. Playing on five of the album’s tracks is World Music multi-instrumentalist Boris Sichon.

In April of 2007, EMAR released a 4-song EP entitled EMAR- World Music containing tracks Sutra, Jamil, Tumare Darshan and Salaam; also available on newly released EMAR: Sacred Soul.

Born in Belgrade in the former Yugoslavia, now Serbia, EMAR, along with her family, moved to Toronto, Canada, shortly after her birth. EMAR lived in Canada for six years and then returned to Belgrade for almost a decade. In 1989, just before the country’s collapse, young EMAR returned to Canada for good.

EMAR’s mission is to awaken “we are all one” consciousness in our world, through music & spirituality by embracing all religions and nations as one.

Before using the name EMAR, she released the debut album Embrace Yourself in 2003 under her given name of Melissa Rebronja, which included the radio single and BRAVO TV video Beautiful, her own haunting rendition of Wonderwall which became a popular download on iTunes, as well as the well-reviewed Serbian-sung tracks Duso Moja and Zasto.

Edited by EmarMusic on 17 Aug 2008, 21:54

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