With confidence and poise beyond her years, 10-year-old Violeta Bozanic has an amazing voice that is wowing judges at talent quests across Australia, including at the finals of a National Anthem competition, the Aussie Vault (Little Aussie Songster) competition, making the finals on Australia’s Got Talent and as a winner of the 2014 Talent Quests Australia. Kirsten Cotton, director of Talent Quests Australia, spoke very highly of this emerging young artist, saying “Violeta demonstrated a maturity beyond her years and if you close your eyes, you cannot imagine she’s only 10 years old.” With already three videos on YouTube produced by Onemaker Academy of her covers of ‘Titanium’, ‘Heroes’ and ‘At Last’, Violeta’s mature voice and seasoned performances are more reminiscent of an adult with many years of experience, rather than a young girl.
Violeta infuses every thing she does with a passion that comes from within and Violeta clearly has a very bright future ahead of her. Her original song ‘Moving Pictures’, which is featured on the Music Matters Charity Album, evolved from being bullied at school and speaks of staying strong and true to who you are. The song received a Highly Commended Award and placed in the top 4 at the 2015 Australian Children’s Music Foundation’s ACMF National Songwriting Competition, having been selected by an esteemed panel of judges from across Australia. “
Singing is my passion and my plan is to be a successful musical artist. I’m really excited about the opportunity to have ‘Moving Pictures’ featured on the Music Matters album so that it can hopefully inspire others who have been bullied to just let go of the past, move on and believe in their own strength.”