Synonyms for andrijana or Related words with andrijana
Examples of "andrijana"
is a feminine given name and may refer to:
Janevska competed in SkopjeFest 2002, this time wishing to reach the Eurovision stage in Tallinn, Estonia. Her song "O Cherie, Mon Cherie" was a strong favourite to win the competition, however the audience and the jury both placed
in second place. After this,
took a long break from the music scene.
After three years of absence,
Janevska returned to the Macedonian music scene in October, participating in Makfest 2004. She competed with the rock song "Ostani" ("Stay"), and placed 7th.
Janevska was later interviewed and revealed that she is trying new music styles and that she is currently focused on rock music. At the end of 2004,
participated in SkopjeFest with "Za Kraj" ("For The End"), which because of its immense popularity was later released as a single with a music video.
announced that she will release a new album in the near future and that she has songs already prepared for promotion. In the summer of 2005,
participated in Ohrid Fest with the song "Dojdi Bakni Me" ("Come And Kiss Me"), where she won the third place overall. After that,
continued her comeback participating again in Makfest 2005, with the song "Zvezda Vodilka" ("Guiding Star"), where she was successful at gaining more media interest.
Janevska (, born December 6, 1981) is a famous Macedonian singer and musician.
revealed that she will record some songs in the reggae style of music. In June, she released her new reggae single called "Den" ("Day").
confirmed that she would participate in this year's Ohrid Fest.
performed "Sonce" ("Sun") during the Pop music night of Ohrid Fest on August 25. She got sufficient points to proceed to the International evening where she was successful although not placing in the top 3. In addition to competing,
had also promoted her upcoming album called "Den". It was recently revealed that
had recorded a song with Eva Nedinkoska called "Tivka Nok" ("Quiet Night"), which will is due to be released along with a videoclip.
Andrijana's popularity led to her getting signed at the "Abra Kadabra" music label, which sent
to Cyprus to film her music video for her new single "Ljuboven ritam" ("Love Rhythm"), which she would compete with in the Montenegrin festival, Budva 2000. The cooperation between
and "Abra Kadabra" did not last long and finally ended when
terminated the agreement and joined the production of Macedonian Radio Television while continuing the direction of the music videos with another production label. During the summer of 2000,
spent her time in Australia as part of the Macedonian expedition to other continents. In October,
participated in Makfest as part of a duet with Marjan Stojanovski for the song "Ljubov ti e adresa" ("Love Is Your Address"). The song became a hit among the public and with their votes, the song triumphed in first place. After this,
filmed her music video with Stojanovski and returned to her first ambition of playing the violin, which was evident in her new songs. On March 2001, with the hit "Nostalgija" ("Nostalgia")
got first place from the public, first place from the jury, and the festival's Grand-Prix at SkopjeFest. In July,
took part in the Muf + Boban 2001 festival in Zrenjanin and began her promotion for the new album "Moja Biblija", which contained some new and some old songs, 12 of which were included in the album. Andrijana's fondness of duets made her dedicate the song, "Odovde do vechnosta" ("From Here to Eternity") which she sang with opera singer Blagoj Nacoski, to her fans.
Janevska was born in Skopje capital of Republic of Macedonia (then SR Macedonia), Yugoslavia) where she currently works and lives. Her occupation is a violinist for the Macedonian National Opera. In addition to her musical talents,
also enjoys playing chess as a hobby. She is also proficient in playing the piano and her first composition was created at the age of 11.
started her studies in the School Centre for Music Education in Skopje at the age of 6, and recently finished her master studies at the Faculty of Arts in Skopje.
Janevska's talent was first exposed to the public in 1998, when she took part in SkopjeFest. In October the next year,
was voted the best newcomer in the annual Makfest festival in Stip. At the festival, she sang a sensual ballad called "Ne mozam da zaljubam po tebe" ("I Can't Fall In Love After You"). Her festival awards did not end there as she competed in the Macedonian festival, Eurofest, and achieved the respectable second place with the song "Da sum juzen vetar" ("To Be A Southern Wind"). In February 2000,
Jenevska competed in SkopjeFest once again, only this time she was competing for a Eurovision selection to compete in Stockholm, Sweden. At the festival, she sang the well received song called "Tvoeto pismo, moja biblija" ("Your Letter, My Bible") and with this composition, she had a huge hit in Macedonia despite her failure to win the competition.
Videnović (born 1 September 1964) is a Serbian theater and movie actress and Associate Professor of Diction at the University of Pristina Faculty of Arts, in North Kosovo.
Janevska made a return to the Skopje Fest contest, which took place on 24 February 2007. The contest acted as the National Final of Macedonia for the Eurovision Song Contest.
Stipaničić (born 18 September 1981 in Rijeka) is a Croatian biathlete. She is the first female Croatian biathlete to win points in World Cup by winning 39th place in 15 km Individual at Biathlon World Championships 2009.
Outside football, Golac has in recent years also had a spell running a chocolate factory in Belgrade. He is married to Bratislava, with daughters
and Ivana, and they have homes in Belgrade and Vienna.
Other participants in the Skopje Fest were
Janevska who was the runner up with the French lyrics song "O šeri, mon šeri" (O cherie mon cherie) and Risto Samardžiev who came third with "Nema veke pesni tazni".
Grigor Koprov () (born September 30, 1943 in Ohrid, Kingdom of Bulgaria) is arguably one of the most famous Macedonian pop music composers. He has worked with many stars like Toše Proeski, Vlado Janevski, Marjan Stojanovski, Martin Vučić, Karolina Gočeva and
Marohnić was born in Hreljin, Croatia (then in Austria-Hungary) and lived in the United States for 28 years, where he emigrated alone in 1893 and was later joined by his wife
and daughter Josipa. He started working at a Chicago's local printing house before attending Wheaton College (Illinois). He later founded his own print house and bookstore, and became publisher, writer and editor of his newspaper "Hrvatski glasnik".
In 2001, Vrčak performed at Makfest, even though his first album, "Kako Da Pobegnam Od Sè", was released in 1999. He performed with
Janevska and placed third in the competition. In 2004, he performed on Makfest once again, however, this time he had a duet with Robert Bilbilov which landed him the third spot once again, though it was not his last performance at Makfest. In 2006, his duet with Tamara Todevska earned him first place in the competition. Vrčak, along with Tamara Todevska and Adrian Gaxha, represented the Republic of Macedonia at the 2008 Eurovision Song Contest, after having won the Macedonian qualifier with the song "Vo Ime Na Ljubovta".
Popular pop music performers in Republic of Macedonia include: Toše Proeski (the most prominent Macedonian singer), Karolina Gočeva, Maja Odžaklievska, Ljupka Dimitrovska, Rebeka, Gjoko Gjorchev, Elena Risteska, Vlatko Ilievski, Vlatko Lozanoski, Dani Dimitrovska, Kaliopi, Tamara Todevska, Vrcak, Robert Bilbilov, Lambe Alabakoski, Jovan Jovanov,
Janevska, Kristina Arnaudova and others. Notable composers, producers and arrangers involved in the pop music scene are Darko Dimitrov, Damir Imeri, Aleksandar Masevski, and Grigor Koprov. Many artists are famous as both singer and songwriter such as Jovan Jovanov and Miyatta.
Some former participants are once again attempting to represent the nation at Eurovision. Kaliopi was selected as the Macedonian representative in 1996, but was eliminated in the preliminary round. She also competed in the 1998 and 2006 selections as a singer.
Janevska participated in Skopjefest 1998, 2000, 2002, and 2007; her greatest success being in 2002 where she was the runner-up. Risto Samardjiev participated in 1998, 2000, 2002, and 2008; never ending below fifth place. Other past participant are Ana Simonovska in 2002, Verce Pandilovska in 2000, Filip Jordanovski in 2006, and Vlatko Ilievski in 2008. Proekt Makedonija consists of Tuna who pariticpated in 2008, and Nikola Perevski and Vladimir Krstevski who wrote the 2002 Macedonian entry performed by Karolina Goceva.
During the early morning of 16 October 2007, at approximately 6:20 a.m., Proeski died in a car accident on the Zagreb–Lipovac highway near Nova Gradiška, Croatia. He was a passenger along with his manager Ljiljana Petrović in a Volkswagen Touareg driven by Georgij Georgijevski. The Touareg crashed into the back of a truck and then into the median barrier, killing Proeski instantly, crushing the third vertebrae of his neck, although the truck sustained no damage. Proeski was asleep in the front passenger seat at the time of the crash. Of the other two passengers, only the driver suffered serious injuries (head trauma). His longtime girlfriend
Budimir is an international handball player.
In 2009 the follow-up of the CD with traditional Macedonian songs titled “Prikazna za edno mome” (“Story for one Sheila”) was released and once again it was produced by Mite Dimovski. The following year in collaboration with MED Macedonia, she released the Christian CD with Christmas songs for children titled “Dzvezdichka mala” (“Little Star”). In 2011 in collaboration with Tanja Veda she released the children’s CD “Koga si srekjen” (“When you are happy”) that contains 15 songs from the English speaking regions, translated and sang in Macedonian. In 2011 she became mother of little Dimitar, and the following year she returned onstage with the appearance at the Skopje Festival where she performed the composition “Mozebi” (“Maybe”).
is the author of the music, text and arrangement of this song.
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