BOCA RATON, Fla., Jan. 26, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- TransMedia Group (www.TransMediaGroup.com) to raise South Florida's world acclaimed, multi-talented 13-year-old singer, violinist, composer and public speaker Biana Pinchuk's (www.BianaPinchuk.com) illustrious career to deservingly even higher levels nationally and internationally.
"Already admired and much acclaimed regionally and worldwide, Biana's immense talent is now ready for national and international takeoff to even higher celebrity altitudes, for which we'll provide the necessary media runways," said TransMedia Group President Adrienne Mazzone.
The firm's highly experienced entertainment division plans to place Pinchuk's immense talent onto a national stage at such events as Fashion Week Brooklyn and put her into the PR Firm's 'Prodigy Spotlight.'
"We plan also to book Biana for singing engagements at major entertainment and film events nationwide starting with the Palm Beach International Film Festival (PBIFF) where she's certain to be a star performer," said Mazzone. We're having a prelude to the recent PBIFF kickoff party, February 1st at The Little Chalet, Boca Raton, where media and celebrity guests will be invited for a certain standing ovation.
"Our publicity is bound to open new venues worldwide as Biana sings in six languages and composed her first professional piece at the tenderfoot age of six," said TransMedia Group's Chairman Tom Madden, a former TV executive at NBC and ABC, where he advanced the careers of many emerging stars.
Touring the world, Biana discovered a passion for philanthropy, helping to raise funds for Make-A-Wish Foundation, The Children's Trust and many other charitable organizations. Currently she is doing a school tour introducing classical music to children from low-income families.
At age 6 Biana performed for more than 1200 people and mesmerized her audience, said Madden.
For the next several years she started improving her violin and vocal skills, performing at many venues such as country clubs and corporate events. By age nine, Biana's repertoire had grown to almost eighty songs and today has reached over 200.
At age 8 she won her first vocal competition, "Young Talent Big Dreams," beating out more then 400 kids ranging from 8 to 17. She was a finalist for "Annie" on Broadway being one of the last 11 kids out of 23,000 and was selected to perform in Tosca with the Florida Grand Opera.
Media contact: Adrienne Mazzone 561-750-9800 x2270; [email protected].
SOURCE TransMedia Group