For this purpose, in 1997 she donated for a bidding her ‘Cerbul de Aur’ prize! :) She has won several musical prices: -The ‘Ursuleţul de Aur’ Trofee, Baia Mare, 1991; -The ‘Floare de Colţ’ Trophee, Cluj-Napoca, 1992; -1st price in the Iaşi and Alexandria ‘Pop Music Festivals’ competition, 1995; -3rd place in the ‘Cerbul de Aur’, Braşov, 1997; -2nd place at The International Festival of Zrenjanin (Iugoslavia); -The ‘Festivalul Cântecului de Dragoste’ Trophee, 2002; -The Best Female Voice, Varna 2003. In 1995 she records her first song ‘Câmpuri Aurii’; In 1996 she signes a contract with Fundaţia Culturală Phoenix. On the 22th of june 1997 she has a concert with Joan Baez, in Romania. 27 ianuarie 1998 she has a theatre show with the big romanian actress Leopoldina Bălănuţă (Teatrul Mic). In sep-oct 2002 she had a tour in Canada, with artists like Paula Seling, Silvia Ştefănescu, Victor Rebengiuc, Mariana Mihuţ, Florentin Milcoff and Horia Moculescu. 11 July 2004: microrecital in the opening of Joan Baez concert and a duet with her with the ‘Rau ma dor ochii ma dor’ track, which Jaon Baez loved since her first concert in Romania in 1997 and so she studied with her band. In 2004 she also participated on tour with Gaşca de acasă, Paula Seling & 7th Heaven, Atac and Victor Socaciu in Germany, Austria, Italy, UK, and Sweden for the Romanian communities in these countries. Discography: -‘Cântece din Ţara de Sus’, 1997 -‘Colinde şi cântece sfinte’, 1998 (with Paula Seling) -‘O intamplare a fiintei’, dec 1998 (with Leopoldina Bălănuţă) She also participated on the following romanian compilations: ‘Etnic’, ‘Romantic’, ‘Din darul Magilor’, vol 5 (In memoriam Valeriu Sterian), ‘Best of etnic’, ‘Auriu’, ‘Ce bucurie... de Craciun’. 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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