Some things are meant to be. In the case of Italian singer Emilia Vancini, there are no accidents.
Music runs through her veins and singing is woven into every part of her melodic make-up. Emilia’s
story transcends 30 years and countless countries from Italy to her current home in The Hague.
With each note and mile she has fallen deeper in love with jazz, via a story that doesn’t begin with
finding her voice, but rather, tells how singing found her. “Singing is a place where I feel safe,”
Emilia says. “The first time I sang to an audience it was like a miracle. To me it was home, and I
sing because I cannot not do it