Amira Willighagen began her profession as a vocalist by learning classical arias from viewing YouTube video clips. In 2013, the nine-year-old auditioned for it competition “Holland’s Got Talent,” with Puccini’s O mio babbino caro from Gianni Schicchi, approved the semi-finals using the Gounod-Bach Ave Maria, and earned the final circular with Nessun dorma! from Turandot. In 2014, Willighagen documented her debut record for Sony Masterworks, Amira, which contains ten selections, like the arias she acquired sung in your competition. She provided her first worldwide concert shows in 2014, showing up in South Africa and america. She received the International “Giuseppe Sciacca” Prize in the Pontifical Urbaniana School in Rome, in identification of her skill. Using a number of the arises from her shows, Willighagen plays a part in a charity for building playgrounds for poor kids.