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Andrea Gerak

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Andrea Gerak (Gerák Andrea) has been often mentioned as “the enigmatic Hungarian female voice”, by fans and by the media as well.

Andrea had her first stage performance at the age of 5. From a few years later on, she has been singing and dancing in several folklore groups in Hungary, including the famous Bartok Ensemble. Often she was the soloist as a singer and/or dancer. With the groups and later in her solo career, she appeared in almost all countries of Europe.

Today, Andrea lives in Sweden and is mostly involved in singing. She takes her listener to a trip to the melodies of various ethnicities such as Irish or Gypsy, and staying true to her roots, she sings Hungarian folk songs as her main profile, performing them A Cappella or as World Fusion, lending her unmistakable voice to compositions of international artists.

Official website: http://www.andreagerak.com (English)
http://www.gerakandrea.com (Magyar)

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  • iamthetree

    caught in the symmetry of your mind

    21 May 2013 Reply
  • AndreaGerak

    Thank you so much everybody for hanging around, listening, scrobbling, commenting and all... It was AGES ago when I was here last time, so I will try to catch up with you as much as I can. Have a new single, you can hear it here soon, happy listening in the meantime <3 Andrea Gerak

    30 Sep 2012 Reply
  • selcukalhan

    Asiye , nice try, we are waiting for more

    27 Apr 2010 Reply
  • the_spirit_mage

    I first listened to Andrea Gerak in her version of "Rorogwela" (to the Deep Forest affiliates/fans, that would be the original "Sweet Lullaby"). Now, nearly a year after first listening to her, I've taken a liking to her voice.

    24 Jun 2009 Reply
  • dovic82

    Hi! Can i suggest a new italian songwriter? http://www.lastfm.it/music/Emidio+Carlomagno/Appesi+al+cielo+-+SanremoLab+2008 Thanks

    18 Feb 2009 Reply
  • Domesticdragon

    Talpalávalóóóóóóóóóóóóóóóóóó!

    28 Nov 2008 Reply
  • zezinho57

    hmmm, I don't know what bad luck I had that evening or what a bad mindset :) Exploring her cd's now I'm convinced - as I already was - from her singing and her voice. In fact she even doesn't need any instrument. Without the sand :) her voice is as clear as a summer day sometimes can be .....

    28 Dec 2007 Reply
  • zezinho57

    hmmm like her voice very much, especially like in Zempleni dalok, the song I heard first. Pitty enough in other songs her voice is a bit stranded in a cheap world to amuse the buyers ..... A pearl hidden in the sand. Have to dig further into the better albums.

    9 Dec 2007 Reply
  • zezinho57

    never heard of and WOOOOOOWwWWWWWW, there she was among my play artists like .......,but what's like this voice ???? Wooow, what a sound !

    9 Dec 2007 Reply
  • Margitka

    thanks for recommendation. beautiful sounds.

    31 Jul 2007 Reply
  • TimmyLives

    You're very welcome! I always love to stumble across something new and different. I especially like Ne aludj el - its very beautiful, with all the overlapping vocals.

    26 Mar 2007 Reply
  • thinknormal

    szép. bele is rakom a listámba sok sikert Stockholmban!

    18 Mar 2007 Reply
  • Vit67

    Thanks for your beautiful music and voice

    15 Mar 2007 Reply
  • hiacint

    great! I just love your voice

    15 Mar 2007 Reply
  • AnitaJz

    Szia! Itt jártam és hallgattalak. Jövök még... :) Anita

    8 Mar 2007 Reply
  • b2b69

    Oh my God... I love this voice ;-)

    2 Mar 2007 Reply
  • cixxxj

    Catch u there too!!! Great Andrea as always ;)

    18 Feb 2007 Reply