They are admired by Vakarchuk, Barsky, Badoev: young Ukrainians became famous for their singing
7-year-old Amelia Anisovich became known to the whole world after singing a song from the cartoon “Frozen” in a Kiev bomb shelter at the beginning of the war. Marta Smekhova published a video of Amelia singing on March 3 on the social network:
– From the first word, there was complete silence in the bomb shelter. Everyone put their affairs aside and listened to the song performed by this girl, who simply radiated light. Even the men could not hold back their tears. Amelia, your singing left no one indifferent!
The singer's singing did not leave indifferent not only all those present in the bomb shelter. The video of the girl impressed thousands of people around the world and quickly scattered on social networks and the world media. The New York Post, BBC, The Independent, Daily Mail, CNN wrote about her. Amelia's performance touched both the American actress and singer Idina Menzel, who voiced the main character of the cartoon Elsa, and the English football legend Harry Lineker. They also posted a video of Amelia on social media.
Subsequently, in Poland, where a charity concert was held in support of Ukraine, Amelia Anisovich, together with Tina Karol, sang the anthem of Ukraine. And on March 27, at the international charity marathon Save Ukraine – #StopWar in Poland, Amelia Anisovich sang again a song from the cartoon “Frozen”. On June 11, she had the honor to sing the anthem of Ukraine before the Ukraine-Armenia football match.
Now the girl is with her mother in Poland, goes to school there, learns Polish a little, teaches local Ukrainian, but really dreams of returning home.< /p>
7-year-old Solomiya Reut weekly goes to the central streets of the Dnieper with the flag of Ukraine, plays the flute and collects money for the Armed Forces of Ukraine. Solomiyka's repertoire includes a variety of Ukrainian songs, and the most popular among listeners are the anthem of Ukraine and Stefania.
– “Oh, look, this is the little one that raised a lot of money!” – this is how the Dnieper teenagers describe Solomyyka to each other, – says the girl's mother Ksenia Reut. – And also: – Oh, look! Let's give the child some money. “Yes, I wanted to buy something to eat. – Yes, you zae * al eat. Put down the money. And – put it.
For two months, Solomiya managed to collect more than 130 thousand hryvnias. The girl and her mother spend the collected money on the purchase of ammunition for the military. She has already managed to buy several bulletproof vests, a portable solar station and unloading for a machine gun.
Solomiya has been studying music for only six months, but during this time she has mastered the instrument quite well. As Ksenia admits, her daughter really idolizes the defenders and dreams of being like the guys from Azov. Previously, Solomiya volunteered with her mother, and then she herself decided to do more such charity concerts on the street.
7-year-old Vinnitsa resident Zlata Solonenko has already covered Max Barskikh's “It'll be spring”, Stefania KALUSH, “I don't have a home”, “One in a canoe”, “Oh, red viburnum is in the blue”.
The most popular song performed by her was Barsky's composition: “There will be spring” in her performance was listened to 289 thousand times on YouTube.
The video of the young singer was even posted on Instagram by producer Alan Badoev and Max Barsky . More than 121,000 people watched it on Badoev's page, and more than 430,000 on Barsky's.
– I am very proud of our courageous Ukrainian children. Experiencing such terrible events, they become adults every hour. These memories will probably last forever, but we will all turn them into light and into our better future. Together we will win! This is our native land! – wrote Max Zlate.