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Listen to the Stunning Voice of Serena Abrami

Italian singer songwriter Serena Abrami certainly knows how to let her emotions come though in her music as you’ll soon hear from her song ‘Invisibile’ – which is invisible in English, but you might have guessed that.

Abrami’s voice is stunning. One listen was enough to have me digging around YouTube for more examples of her musical work and I discovered another track of her’s, Lontano da Tutto – Away from it All, would be an appropriate translation in English. Personally, while Lontano di Tutto is fine in its own right, I don’t think it allows Abrami to show off her vocal talents in the same way as Invisibile. Worth a listen even so.

Serena Abrami
Serena Abrami

Abrami is from Italy’s gorgeous Le Marche region of Italy and she’s gained a little fame as a result of appearing on Italy’s San Remo music festival.

One suspects Abrami is mere footsteps away from fame. Time for you to have a listen. First, here’s:

Invisibile by Serena Abrami

[youtube width=”556″ height=”469″]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Il0GxZhQ_us[/youtube]

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Now, here’s:

Lontano da Tutto

[youtube width=”556″ height=”469″]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uN8ATpTbEFM[/youtube]

Hear Abrami Live in Rome

If you are in Rome on June 21, you can here Serena Abrami in action at Rome’s Summer Village Festival in Parco de Medici, Rome.

Here’s Serena Abrami’s website – which is in Italian.

You can hear samples of more of her music here: Serena Abrami – Music

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