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Светлана Лобода

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Kyiv, Ukraine (2004 – present)

Svetlana Loboda (Ukrainian: Світлана Лобода, born 18 October 1982 in Kyiv, Ukraine) is a Ukrainian singer and composer. Loboda represented Ukraine in the Eurovision Song Contest 2009 with the song Be My Valentine! (Anti-crisis Girl) and finished in 12th place with 76 points.

Loboda, as a young girl, studied piano, conducting, variety and jazz vocal, and grew to have the experience of composer, leading role actress in a musical, TV host, designer, photographer, singer in Ukraine’s and CIS most popular girls band and finally a solo artist. From an early age Loboda showed a tendency for music and acting, making home musicals for her parents and relatives on family holidays. Therefore, it was not a difficult decision for her mother as to what special courses to enrol her daughter in to study. In the specialized music school, Loboda studied piano and at the same time mastered the art of singing and conducting.

Having finished music school, Loboda continued with her music studies and entered the department of variety and jazz singing at the Kyiv Variety And Circus Academy. It was at this time she became a member of the band “Cappuccino”. In 2003 she participated in the casting for the first ever Ukrainian professional musical “The Equator”, where she received the leading role of “Mirana”. On December 28, 2003, she started a new band – “Catch”. Svetlane was the creator of the repertoire and stage costumes for the band. That was her first professional experience as composer and designer.

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