Potchefstroom – “I am very grateful that I can be here. Nelson Mandela once said that children should be able to play freely. I’ve listened to him and decided to build this playground.”
Those were the words the Dutch singing sensation Amira Willighagen (9) spoke to the excited children of the township Ikageng near the city. Read more
Via Amira’s Facebook-pagina a video popped up of Amira performing at the Starlight Classics Concerts! Hit the READ MORE button for the video! Read more
A dream comes true for the 9-year-old winner of Holland’s Got Talent. The world initially found out about Amira Willighagen after her sensational audition for the TV-show Holland’s Got Talent
in october 2013 went viral on YouTube, with not less than 15 million hits! It was not surprising that this talented 9-year-old eventually won. Read more
Amira Willighagen (left) with her mother Frieda, father Gerrit and brother Fincent at Vergelegen (photo: Tracey Adams)
When Amira arrived last Thursday at the Vergelegen wine estate, one could easily be misled in assuming she was just any ordinary child on holiday with her family. Only a few in South-Africa could know that one of the world’s youngest singing stars had arrived in Cape Town. Read more
DREAM: Amira WIllighagen (photo: Cape Times)
Amira Willighagen, the 9-year-old winner of Holland’s Got Talent, always dreamed of building the children of the Ikageng township in Potchefstroom, South-Africa a playground, but never had the opportunity… until now.
During spring holiday Amira and her family will visit South-Africa. From one side she’ll take a short break from the hard work she’s been doing lately around the CD recording, and on the other had she will -who doubted it- actually perform and persue her other dreams.
Amira’s first CD will be available in the Netherlands as of March 28th 2014. Dutch online retailer Bol.com already announces the product.
This week-end Netherlands’ youngest opera talent Amira Willighagen went into the studio to record her debute album. Amira traveled to the south of England, where it took her only two days to record all tracks for her first album. Recording was done in a studio not far from the world famous Stonehenge.
On the page TV & Video you can find an item from RTL Boulevard about the recording of the CD in England.