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. 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 t...

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