Synonyms for todorova or Related words with todorova

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Examples of "todorova"
Todorov (), feminine Todorova () is a Bulgarian surname:
Hristiana Todorova () (born ) is a Bulgarian group rhythmic gymnast.
Rita Todorova (, born 18 August 1958) is a Bulgarian rower.
Daniela Todorova Todorova (, born 18 October 1980 in Kazanlak) is a Paralympian athlete from Bulgaria competing mainly in category F54-56 javelin throw, discus throw and shot put events.
Imagining the Balkans is a book by the Bulgarian academic Maria Todorova.
On 25 July 2014 the Novini.bg stated that Bulgaria would return to the contest with Krisia Todorova singing and Hasan and Ibrahim playing the piano. Despite originally being considered speculation, the next day the Bulgarian broadcaster revealed that Todorova would actually represent Bulgaria in the 2014 contest. The EBU confirmed this news a week later. On 9 October, Todorova presented her Junior Eurovision entry Planet of the Children live on Slavi's Show on bTV.
Todorov was married with three children. He is the father of Maria Todorova.
Elitsa Todorova and Stoyan Yankoulov returned as a duo, having previously represented Bulgaria in 2007.
Born in Varna on 1 June 2004, Todorova now lives in Razgrad. Her father is Marin Todorov and her mother is Angelina Todorova. She has two sisters, Tiffany Todorova (born 2001) and Marina Todorova (2009). She started studying music when she was six years old in different music schools in Bulgaria, and is currently studying music at the "Centre for work with Children" in Razgrad with vocal teacher Svilena Decheva, where she sings and plays the piano. She studies at Vasil Levski Primary School in 7200 Razgrad.
Elena Todorova () (born 1 July 1994) is a Bulgarian group rhythmic gymnast.
In 2003 Elitsa Todorova began working with Bulgaria's most popular and renowned drummer and percussionist Stoyan Yankoulov.
In November 2014, Todorova along with twins Hasan and Ibrahim represented Bulgaria at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2014 in Malta with the song "Planet of the Children". They finished in second place with a total of 147 points, just twelve points behind winner – Italy. Todorova was subsequently received by President Rosen Plevneliev and was given an honorary distinction. In December 2014, Krisia performed again "The Planet of the Children" at European Parliament. In March 2016, Fab Chart Music Awards in London nominated Todorova for the "Best Female Artist." Todorova has modeled for Junona Fashion House. From the year 2015, with the help of the music and her popularity, Krisia Todorova is in Bulgaria, one of the "spiritual leader" of the country.
It was succeeded as Bulgarian representative at the Eurovision Song Contest 2007 by Elitsa Todorova and Stoyan Yankoulov with "Water".
Todorova is an athlete and model in Sofia. In 2014, she was crowned Miss National Team Bulgaria, representing Vratsa.
In 2000 Stoyan Yankoulov' met the Bulgarian folklore singer Elitsa Todorova at a Bulgarian music festival held in Canada. They quickly exchanged ideas about their common interest in percussion instruments, fast electronic beats, and dedication to Bulgarian folklore. Three years later the Elitsa Todorova-Stoyan Yankulov Duo started working on music.
Elitsa Todorova (; born 2 September 1977 in Varna, Bulgaria) is a Bulgarian folk singer and professional percussionist. Todorova formed the duo Elitsa & Stoyan and they represented Bulgaria in the Eurovision Song Contest 2007 in Helsinki, and once again represent Bulgaria in the Eurovision Song Contest 2013 in Malmö.
Bulgaria's first qualification for the final came in 2007 when Elitsa Todorova & Stoyan Yankoulov performed the song "Water" (Bulgarian: Voda/Вода). This was the first Bulgarian language song to compete in the contest, placing 6th in the semi-final with 146 points. Todorova and Yankulov repeated their song in the final and received 157 points, placing 5th in a field of 24.
From 1997 onwards Miroslav Ivanov proved to be one of the most respected and sought after guitarists with his live and studio collaborations with some of the greatest names on the Bulgarian pop and jazz scene such as Arabel Karayan, Lili Ivanova, Vasil Naydenov, Kamelia Todorova, Vassil Petrov, Dynamite Brass Band, Elitza Todorova & Stoyan Yankoulov, Beloslava, Todor Kolev, Stefan Valdobrev.
Todorova has received seven awards from different national and international music competitions held in Bulgaria, but 2014 was her major breakthrough year. She gained national popularity with her participation in "Slavi's Show" on bTV, and later became part of TV show – "Zapoznaĭ se s malkite" (Meet the Kids). Todorova first appeared on the show on 30 December 2013, performing "Listen" by Beyoncé.
Hence, Bulgarian historian Maria Todorova introduced the related concept of "nesting balkanisms". Todorova emphasized the importance of this concept in identity constructions, which in the case of the Balkans involve the dual perception of the Balkans as a part of Europe but also as in opposition, as the "darker side" of Europe.