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Anmary’s Beautiful Song to represent Latvia

It’s certainly one of the most memorable first lines from all 42 ESC entries 2012: “I was born in distant nineteen-eighty, the year that Irish Johnny Logan won…”; written by Rolands Udris, and combined with the music by Ivars Makstnieks they are the opening lines to Beautiful Song, Latvia’s entry for Baku. It will be performed by Anmary in the 1st semi-final on 22nd May, at starting position #4. Beautiful Song is Latvia’s 13th entry to the Eurovision Song Contest.

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It’s certainly one of the most memorable first lines from all 42 ESC entries 2012: “I was born in distant nineteen-eighty, the year that Irish Johnny Logan won…”; written by Rolands Udris, and combined with the music by Ivars Makstnieks they are the opening lines to Beautiful Song, Latvia’s entry for Baku. It will be performed by Anmary in the 1st semi-final on 22nd May, at starting position #4. Beautiful Song is Latvia’s 13th entry to the Eurovision Song Contest.

Check out the video clip:

About Anmary

Anmary begins singing her life story during Beautiful Song, it tells the story of a girl who dreams about walking on to the world stage, but allowing herself some humble pride while imagining life as a superstar.

She was born in the rural town of Gulbene. She admits that music has been a part of her world since childhood. Her father would sing lullabies and play the guitar for her, and her mother encouraged her to enrol in music school, where she learned to play the piano. She started her stage career in the televised reality show TheTalent Factory, where she earned the runners up spot.

In the past Anmary has taken part in a variety of musical projects, has performed in the musical West Side Story, and been the lead vocalist for the groups Sunny Sense and Mash Mash. She has demonstrated her vocal skills to listeners elsewhere in Europe too. Dr. Christoph Schönherr, composer and professor at the Hamburg College of Music and Theatre, chose Anmary to sing solo in his work Magnificat, which toured with the Hamburg Symphony Orchestra around Germany, Spain, France and Belgium.

Anmary continued to develop her vocal skills while studying and today works as a vocal coach and singer. Her greatest fan is her two-year-old son Marts Gabriels. A number of Latvian music professionals have acknowledged her vocal mastery, while listeners are drawn to the quality of her voice, her always pleasant demeanour, and the sincerity of her emotional range,which can be heard throughout her performance.

“Music is my oxygen. Singing is a delight, and I get that indescribable feeling of goosebumps before any stage performance. And then this overwhelming sense of satisfaction and pleasure that somebody may be enjoying those same goosebumps while listening to mysongs.” says Anmary.

For more information on Anmary please visit www.eurovision.tv

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