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Ana Rucner
Ana Rucner
Ana Rucner
(born 12 February 1983) is a Croatian cellist. She represented Bosnia and Herzegovina in the Eurovision Song Contest
Bosnia and Herzegovina in the Eurovision Song Contest
2016 with Dalal Midhat-Talakić, Deen and Jasmin Fazlić Jala[1] with the song "Ljubav je" performing it on 10 May 2016 in the first semi-final but failed to qualify to the final. In the 2017 Zagreb
Zagreb
local elections Rucner was elected member of the Zagreb
Zagreb
City Assembly as a candidate of Milan Bandić's party list.[2] She is married to Croatian singer Vlado Kalember and has one child with him.[3] References[edit]^ Brey, Marco (25 Nov 2015)
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Zagreb
Zagreb
Zagreb
(/ˈzɑːɡrɛb/ ZAH-greb, Croatian pronunciation: [zǎːɡreb] ( listen))[7] is the capital and the largest city of Croatia.[8] It is located in the northwest of the country, along the Sava
Sava
river, at the southern slopes of the Medvednica
Medvednica
mountain. Zagreb
Zagreb
lies at an elevation of approximately 122 m (400 ft) above sea level.[9][10] The estimated population of the city in 2018 is 809,773. Zagreb metropolitan area population is slightly above 1.1 million inhabitants and it makes approximately a quarter of a total population of Croatia. Zagreb
Zagreb
is a city with a rich history dating from the Roman times to the present day
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Alma Čardžić
Alma Čardžić (born 1968) is a Bosnian singer, best known internationally for her participation in the Eurovision Song Contests in 1994 and 1997.Contents1 Biography 2 Eurovision Song Contest 3 Later career 4 Albums Discography 5 References 6 External linksBiography[edit] Born to a Bosniak family in Maglaj she demonstrated a flair for music even as a child. When she was 15 years old, she was judged the strongest amateur at the Studentsko ljeto (Student Summer) festival. In 1992 and 1993, she competed in the Bosanskohercegovačko takmičenje za pjesmu Evrovizije (Bosnia and Herzegovina Competition Song Contest) where she was placed second with the song Svi na ulice (Everybody on the street). In 1994, Alma was selected to work with Dejan Lazarević as the Bosnian entry in the "Eurovision Song Contest in Dublin". In 1996, she released her first solo album called Plavo oko (blue eyes)
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Socialist Republic Of Croatia
The Socialist Republic of Croatia
Croatia
(Croatian: Socijalistička Republika Hrvatska; Serbian: Социјалистичка Република Хрватска; Serbo-Croatian: Socijalistička Republika Hrvatska/Социјалистичка Република Хрватска) was a constituent republic and federated state of Yugoslavia. By its constitution, modern-day Croatia
Croatia
is its direct continuation. Along with five other Yugoslav republics, it was formed during World War II
World War II
and became a socialist republic after the war. It had four full official names during its 48-year existence (see below). By territory and population, it was the second largest republic in Yugoslavia, after the Socialist Republic of Serbia. In 1990, the government dismantled the single-party system of government - installed by the Communist
Communist
Party - and adopted a multi-party democracy
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Eurovision Song Contest 2013
The Eurovision Song Contest
Eurovision Song Contest
2013 was the 58th edition of the annual Eurovision
Eurovision
Song Contest. It took place in Malmö, Sweden, following Loreen's win at the 2012 contest in Baku, Azerbaijan
Azerbaijan
with the song "Euphoria". It was the fifth time that Sweden
Sweden
had hosted the contest, the last time being in 2000. Sveriges Television
Sveriges Television
(SVT) chose Malmö Arena as the venue following the consideration of several venues in Sweden. The host for the contest was Petra Mede
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Eurovision Song Contest 2015
The Eurovision Song Contest
Eurovision Song Contest
2015 was the 60th edition of the annual Eurovision
Eurovision
Song Contest. It took place in Vienna, Austria, following Conchita Wurst's win at the 2014 contest in Copenhagen, Denmark
Denmark
with the song "Rise Like a Phoenix". This was the second time that Austria hosted the contest; the 1967 edition being the first. The 2015 contest consisted of two semi-finals, which took place on 19 and 21 May, and a final, held on 23 May 2015. The shows were presented by Mirjam Weichselbraun, Alice Tumler
Alice Tumler
and Arabella Kiesbauer
Arabella Kiesbauer
while Conchita Wurst
Conchita Wurst
was hosting the green room. Forty countries participated in the contest, with Australia making a guest appearance, and Cyprus, the Czech Republic, and Serbia returning
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Eurovision Song Contest 2017
The Eurovision Song Contest 2017 was the 62nd edition of the Eurovision Song Contest. It took place in the International Exhibition Centre in Kiev, Ukraine, following Ukraine's victory at the 2016 contest in Stockholm with the song "1944", written and performed by Jamala. This was the second time the contest took place in Kiev, after 2005, as well as the fourth Eurovision event, after the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in 2009 and 2013. The contest consisted of two semi-finals on 9 and 11 May, and a final on 13 May 2017. All three live shows were hosted by Oleksandr Skichko, Volodymyr Ostapchuk and Timur Miroshnychenko. Forty-two countries participated in the contest. Portugal and Romania returned to the contest after a year's absence, while Bosnia and Herzegovina withdrew on financial grounds
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Eurovision Song Contest 2018
The Eurovision Song Contest
Eurovision Song Contest
2018 will be the 63rd edition of the annual Eurovision
Eurovision
Song Contest. It will take place for the first time in Portugal
Portugal
following the country's first victory at the 2017 contest in Kiev, Ukraine
Ukraine
with the song "Amar pelos dois", performed by Salvador Sobral. The contest will be held at the Altice Arena
Altice Arena
in Lisbon
Lisbon
and will consist of two semi-finals on 8 and 10 May and a final on 12 May 2018.[2] The three live shows will be hosted by Filomena Cautela, Sílvia Alberto, Daniela Ruah
Daniela Ruah
and Catarina Furtado. Forty-three countries will participate in the contest, equalling the record of the 2008 and 2011 editions
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Fazla
Fazla (born Muhamed Fazlagić; 17 April 1967 in Sarajevo) is a singer from Bosnia and Herzegovina. Eurovision Song Contest 1993[edit] In 1993, Fazla represented Bosnia and Herzegovina at the 1993 Eurovision Song Contest with the song "Sva bol svijeta". Fazla finished in sixteenth place with 27 points.[1] References[edit]^ http://www.eurovision.tv/page/history/year/participant-profile/?song=21050Preceded by none Bosnia and Herzegovina in the Eurovision Song Contest 1993 Succeeded by Alma & Dejan with Ostani kraj meneThis article on a Bosnia and Herzegovina singer is a stub
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Davorin Popović
Davorin Popović (23 September 1946 – 18 June 2001) was a Bosnian musician, well known throughout the former Yugoslavia. He was the lead singer and frontman of the progressive and pop rock band Indexi throughout most of their career. He and his band "Indexi" became founders of specific music style in former Yugoslavia known as "Sarajevo pop-rock school" who later influenced other bands and singers in Sarajevo and other parts of Yugoslavia. Personally, he was popularly associated with the 1960s bohemian lifestyle of Sarajevo. In his youth, he was a successful basketball player. During his career, he earned nicknames like "Pimpek", "Davor", "Dačo" or simply "Pjevač" (The Singer) due to his unique voice. In parallel with the group work, he pursued a solo career between 1975 and 1996, albeit in a non-continuous manner
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Eurovision Song Contest 1998
The Eurovision Song Contest 1998 was the 43rd edition of the annual Eurovision Song Contest. It took place in Birmingham, United Kingdom, following Katrina and the Waves's win at the 1997 contest in Dublin, Ireland with the song "Love Shine A Light". It was the UK's fifth win, and the eighth time that the UK hosted the contest, the last being in Harrogate in 1982. The UK has not won or hosted the contest since. The contest was staged at the National Indoor Arena on 9 May 1998. Twenty-five countries participated in the contest,[1] with Macedonia making their official debut, even though they had submitted an entry in the non-televised 1996 pre-qualifying round, which failed to qualify into the televised final of that contest.[2] Belgium, Finland, and Slovakia returned to the contest after 1996
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Amila Glamočak
Amila Glamočak (19 July 1966 in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Yugoslavia) is a Bosnian singer. She participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 1996 with the song "Za našu ljubav" for Bosnia and Herzegovina, finishing 22nd out of 23. She appeared in the Bosnian national final on two other occasions (2001 and 2003) but failed to qualify. She now lives in Turkey and is remarried.[1] External links[edit]^ "Amila Glamocak got married and lives in Turkey". Dnevni avaz. 11 March 2015. Retrieved 28 April 2015. Official websitePreceded by Davorin Popović with Dvadeset prvi vijek Bosnia and Herzegovina in the Eurovision Song Contest 1996 Succeeded by Alma Čardžić with GoodbyeThis article on a Bosnia and Herzegovina singer is a stub
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Beatrice (French Singer)
Béatrice Poulot (born in 1968 in Saint-Denis, Réunion), who performs as simply Béatrice, is a French singer. She was born in Réunion, an island in the Indian Ocean, and lives in Paris. She is best known for her participation at the Eurovision Song Contest 1999 in behalf of Bosnia and Herzegovina with the song "Putnici", accompanied by Dino Merlin.[1] The song placed 7th out of 23 entrants, gaining a total of 86 points.Preceded by Alma Čardžić with Goodbye Bosnia and Herzegovina in the Eurovision Song Contest (with Dino Merlin) 1999 Succeeded by Nino Pršeš with HanoReferences[edit]^ "Eurovision Song Contest 1999". European Broadcasting Union. Retrieved 2 April 2011. This article about a French singer is a stub
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Nino Pršeš
Vahidin Pršeš (born in Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Yugoslavia) is a Bosnian singer. Upon completion of Music High School he continued to pursue his studies at the Sarajevo Music Academy , Department of Music Theory and Pedagogy. Nino Pršeš has performed as a keyboardist with many pop and rock bands and has cooperated with many performers from Bosnia and Herzegovina arranging compositions for them. He is greatly inspired by ethno music. He is also known for his work at charity "Karitas" in Bosnia and Herzegovina during 2005-2008. His most famous nickname was "Macola" from his early childhood. In 2001, he released his first solo album "Ženi se" (Get Married). Several songs from this album became hits and have been played on numerous radio and TV programs. Nino Pršeš has written, composed and performed his song Hano at the Eurovision Song Contest 2001
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Maja Tatić
Maja Tatić (Serbian Cyrillic: Маја Татић) (born 30 October 1970 in Belgrade, SFR Yugoslavia) is a Serbian singer. She is most notable for representing Bosnia and Herzegovina at the 2002 Eurovision Song Contest.[1][2] At the age of seven, she won a children's song contest. She studied guitar in a primary music school, and started her professional career as a singer when she was 17. Tatić sang in bands such as Monaco, Sonus, and Skitnice. In 1992, Tatić went to the Canary Islands, where she entertained the people with her renditions of songs by ABBA, Tina Turner and Shania Twain. She performed there for eight years. In 2002, Tatić was chosen to represent Bosnia and Herzegovina at the Eurovision Song Contest with a song "Na jastuku za dvoje". After that she participated in several festivals around the Balkans. As of this writing, Tatić is preparing her first solo album. References[edit]^ Bohlman, Philip V. (2004). The music of European nationalism
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Mija Martina
Mija Martina Barbarić (born 26 April 1984) is a singer and TV host from Bosnia and Herzegovina who used to work as a spokeswoman for the Ministry of Tourism and Environment of Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina. She represented Bosnia and Herzegovina in the Eurovision Song Contest 2003 with the song "Ne brini".[1] She also provided the results of the Bosnia and Herzegovina televote in the Eurovision Song Contest 2004. She was also organizer of special events during the biggest Economy Fair in Mostar (for Mostar Inc.) for 10 years. Barbarić was accused of neo-Nazi sympathies after she wrote on her Facebook profile Za dom spremni ("For the home"), controversial salute used by the fascist Ustaše movement in Croatia during World War II as equivalent of the Nazi salute "Sieg heil".[2] References[edit]^ "Eurovision Song Contest : Bosnia-Herzegovina 2003 : Mija Martina, "Ne Brini"". ESC-History
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