Sanda Ladoși

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Sanda Ladoși (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈsan.da ˈla.do.ʃi]; born 2 January 1970 in Târgu Mures) is a Romanian singer.

As a child, Sanda sang in various choirs and groups. Near the age of 10 she began to study music and learned the piano, classical guitar and singing.

Sanda was born into a family of teachers and pursued studies in education. However, she gave up her teaching career almost as soon as she graduated from the Târgu Mureș Teaching High School after winning Romania's Mamaia Pop Festival. Moving to Bucharest to follow her dream of becoming a professional singer, she also studied Law at the city's Titu Maiorescu University.

Sanda has worked with several well-known composers in Romania such as Eugen Mihăescu, Marcel Dragomir, Ionel Tudor, Cornel Meraru, Mihai Constantinescu, Alexandru Simu, Raimond Vancu, George Popa, and Dan Iagnov. Iagnov has composed more than 50 songs for Sanda during her career.

She has performed duets with Romanian stars such as Marcel Pavel, Ștefan Iordache, Ioan Gyuri Pascu, and Aurelian Temișan. She has performed at numerous concerts across Romania and at numerous summer festivals abroad.

Sanda has released five albums and has toured worldwide. She released her fifth album "Khalini" in 2006, which includes song "I Admit".

Sanda with the song "I Admit" won in 2004 the Romanian National Selection for the Eurovision Song Contest at Istanbul. In the international final she came 18th.

Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Nicoleta Alexandru
with "Don't Break My Heart"
Romania in the Eurovision Song Contest
2004
Succeeded by
Luminița Anghel & Sistem
with "Let Me Try"

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