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Andrijana Janevska

Andrijana Janevska

Andrijana Janevska


Andrijana Janevska (Macedonian: Андријана Јаневска, born December 6, 1981) is a famous singer and musician from the Republic of MacedoniJanevska was born in Skopje capital of the Republic of Macedonia (then SR Macedonia), Yugoslavia) where she currently works and lives. Her occupation is a violinist at the Macedonian National Opera. In addition to her musical talents, Andrijana also enjoys play Chess as a hobby. She is also proficient in playing the piano of which her first composition was created at the age of 11. Read more on Last.fm
Andrijana Janevska (Macedonian: Андријана Јаневска, born December 6, 1981) is a famous singer and musician from the Republic of MacedoniJanevska was born in Skopje capital of the Republic of Macedonia (then SR Macedonia), Yugoslavia) where she currently works and lives. Her occupation is a violinist at the Macedonian National Opera. In addition to her musical talents, Andrijana also enjoys play Chess as a hobby. She is also proficient in playing the piano of which her first composition was created at the age of 11.

Andrijana started her studies in the School Centre for Music Education is Skopje at age of 6, and currently finishes her master studies at the Faculty of arts in Skopje. Andrijana Janevska's talent was first exposed to the public in 1998, when she took part in SkopjeFest. In October of the next year, Andrijana was voted as the best newcomer in the annual Makfest festival in Stip. At the festival, she sand a sensual ballad called "Ne mozam da zaljubam po tebe" ("I Can't Fall In Love After You").

Her festival awards did not end as she competed in the Macedonian festival, Eurofest, and gained a respectable second place with the sond "Da sum juzen vetar" {"To Be A Southern Wind"). In February 2000, Andrijana Jenevska competed in SkopjeFest once again, except 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. Andrijana's popularity led to her getting signed at the "Abra Kadabra" music label, which sent Andrijana 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 Andrijana and "Abra Kadabra" did not last long and finally eneded when Andrijana ended the agreement and joined the production of Macedonian Radio Television and continuing the direction of the music videos with another production label.

During the summer of 2000, Andrijana spent her time in Australia as part of the Macedonian expedition to other continents. In October, Andrijana participated in Makfest as part of a duet with Marjan Stojanovski and the song "Ljubov ti e adresa" ("Love Is Your Address"). The song was a hit among the public and with their votes, the song triumphed in first place. After this, Andrijana 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, Andrijana with the hit "Nostalgija" ("Nostalgia") was able to achieve first place from the public, first place from the jury, and the festivals Grand-Prix at SkopjeFest. In July, Andrijana took part in the Muf + Boban 2001 festival in Zrenjanin and began her promotion of her new album "Moja Biblija", which contained new and old songs, 12 of which were present on the album. Andrijana's fondness of duets led to her dedicating the song, "Od ovde do vechnosta" ("From Here to Eternity"), to the public, which she sang with opera singer Blagoj Nacoski. Andrijana Janevska competed in SkopjeFest 2002, this time with a will to reach the Eurovision stage in Tallinn, Estonia. Her song "O Cherie, Mon Cherie" was a strong favourite to win the competition, however the public and the jury both placed Andrijana in second place.

After this, Andrijana took a long break from the music scene. After three years of absence, Andrijana Janevska returned to Macedonian music scene, with a participation in Makfest 2004 in October. She competed with the rock song "Ostani" ("Stay"), and placed in the 7th position. Andrijana Janevska was interviewed and revealed that she is trying new music styles and that she is currently focused on rock music. At the end of 2004, Andrijana participated in SkopjeFest with "Za Kraj" ("For The End"), which was later released as a single and a music video because of its immense popularity.

Andrijana announced that she would release a new album in the near future and that she has songs already prepared for promotion. In the summer of 2005, Andrijana participated in Ohrid Fest with the song "Dojdi Bakni Me" ("Come And Kiss Me"), where she won an overall third place. After that, Andrijana continued her comeback with a participation in Makfest 2005, with the song "Zvezda Vodilka" ("Guiding Star"), where she was successful at gaining more media interest. In 2006, Andrijana revealed that she would record some songs in the Reggae style of music. In June, she released her new reggae single called "Den" ("Day").

Andrijana confirmed that she would participate in this years Ohrid Fest. Andrijana performed "Sonce" ("Sun") during the Pop music night of Ohrid Fest on August 25. She gained enough points to proceed to the International evening where she was successful, however she did not place in the top 3. In addition to participation, Andrijana also promoted her upcoming album called "Den".

It was recently revealed that Andrijana recorded a song with Eva Nedinkoska called "Tivka Nok" ("Quiet Night"), which will be released in the future along with a videoclip. Andrijana 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. Unfortunately, she did not succeed in winning Skopje Fest, gaining only 19 points and placing eleventh with the RnB song "Epizoda". Albums Moja Biblija - 2001 Den - 2006 Makedonski Rozi (Etno) - 2008 Singles Te sakam beskrajno (duet with Pece Ognenov) - 1998 Dovolno silna - 1998 Eden den - 1999 Ne mozam da zaljubam po tebe - 1999 Da sum juzen vetar - 1999 Tvoeto pismo, moja biblija - 2000 Ljuboven ritam - 2000 Ljubov ti e adresa (duet with Marjan Stojanovski) - 2000 Za tebe - 2000 Nostalgija - 2001 Od ovde do vechnosta (duet with Blagoj Nacoski) - 2001 Den po den (duet with Vrchak) - 2001 Svoja na svoeto - 2001 O Cherie, Mon Cherie - 2002 Ostani - 2004 Za Kraj - 2005 Dojdi Bakni Me - 2005 Dzvezda Vodilka - 2005 Den - 2006 Sonce - 2006 Epizoda - 2007 Tivka Nokj (duet with Eva) - 2007 Zrno - 2008a. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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