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Sopho Nizharadze (born February 6, 1986) is a Georgian singer, actress and songwriter who represented Georgia in the Eurovision Song Contest 2010 with the song "Shine".Read More...
Born in Tbilisi (then-Soviet Georgia), Sofia graduated with honors from a musical academy, and afterward went to the Gnessin Russian Academy of Music. By age 11 she was chosen by the French journalist Bernard Pivot to take part in his telecast on TV5 Paris, where she performed well known French song "Douce France". At 17 Sofia was a winner of several international competitions of young singers including the "Bravo, Bravissimo!" competition in Mini La Scala (Italy), "Crystal Note" (Moscow, Russia), "Crystal Fur-tree" (Borjomi, Georgia). She participated in several festivals in Russia, Turkey, Italy, Latvia and Georgia.
Since 2001, Nizharadze has been a soloist for the Georgian National Philharmonic. In 2003, she was the lead in the musical-circus revue "Jaybirds' Wedding". She then performed for the Russian Academy of Theatre Arts and featured in "Roméo & Juliette". In 2004 she got a main part in Gerard Presgurvic's musical (Original Russian Version, Operetta Theatre, leading cast). In 2005, Sopho was a finalist in the New Wave Festival in Jūrmala, Latvia.
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