It Will Be Forever Treble Clef

My name is Enrico, I'm 33 years old and it's one year that I'm finally myself. I live in the north part of Italy, surrounded by beautyful landscapes.


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Music has always been a part of me, first as a passion, then

as a job. Since I was 2 years old I've never stopped singing.

I love music, it makes me feel free ... It makes me fly, it makes me dream...

Music was the soundtrack of all good and bad times of my life and when I decided to begin the gender change, I almost lost it, but after tears and cries of despair, luckely, it's still

a part of me.

 

I play guitar and piano, I write and compose my songs. 

Generally I work in prestigious hotels, pubs, restaurants,

clubs in Italy and also in other European Countries.

 

I was born as a female, as a blond blue-eyed beautiful girl,

but something was wrong with me. 

I felt uncomfortable for 30 years. When I was a child I used

to play with toy cars and guns, I didn't want to wear skirts

and I wanted short hair.

 

When I grow up I decided to start the journey within myself,

to understand my feelings and to try to be happy.

This happened!

The road of transition has been long and hard, but I had the support of friends and family and I felt the love they gave me. So I became Enrico.

Now when I look myself in the mirror, I recognize my face.

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