Amelia Browning’s mother sang jazz tunes to her instead of lullabies. It’s easy to understand why those very songs and that style of music began to fill her waking hours as well. As an up and coming jazz vocalist, Amelia Browning, draws on these childhood influences as well as her years of vocal training and performance to deliver tunes in expressive and unique ways.
Born in Boston, Browning was raised in a family with a great love of music and connections to diverse cultural influences that provided rich soil for her musical growth. Browning’s love of singing drew her to music that lyrically expressed the universal, across genres, but jazz was imprinted on her soul and remains her primary influence. Her family relocated to California where she began classical vocal training at the age of twelve. In the years that followed, Browning continued to develop her voice, singing in various chamber groups, state honor choirs, and musical theater in addition to her private vocal training and direction in style and techniques with various teachers.
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