The world’s youngest opera singer is 11 years old and can sing in eight languages

Victory Brinker, an 11-year-old girl, has recently been recognized as the youngest opera singer in the world. While most children her age are busy playing with toys and experimenting with makeup, Victory is breaking records and achieving impressive feats in the world of music.

In 2019, she was entered into the Guinness Book of World Records as the world’s youngest opera singer at the age of almost 8 years old.

Even if you’re not a fan of opera, hearing Victory’s incredible vocal range of three octaves and impeccable voice control is truly awe-inspiring. Singing requires a great deal of skill and practice, particularly when it comes to controlling your breath, pitch, and tone.

Despite her young age and lack of years of classical training, Victory’s talent is so remarkable that when she appeared on America’s Got Talent in 2022, she was immediately given the “golden buzzer,” sending her straight to the final round in Hollywood.

As a result of her remarkable singing ability, Victory has had the opportunity to travel around the country and even internationally, including to Paris and Milan, Italy. She has also performed at the Steelers game and on several flights across the globe. Despite her incredible success, however, Victory remains a humble and down-to-earth young girl.

Victory comes from a large family of 11 children, and while her siblings may be less impressed by her talent than the rest of the world, they are still supportive of her endeavors. However, they do wish that she would sing a bit less often!

Despite their complaints, Victory continues to sing to her stuffed animals and practice in multiple languages, including English, Latin, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Korean, and Ukrainian.

As Victory’s mother reveals, her talent is not confined to waking hours alone; she even sings in her sleep! This talented young opera singer has achieved so much at such a young age, and we can’t wait to see where her career takes her in the future.

As she herself puts it, “I just want to inspire people and make people feel emotions through my music.”