Yulia Savicheva

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Yulia Savicheva
Yulia Savicheva (Severodvinsk, 2013-05-21)2.jpg
Yulia Savicheva, performing in Severodvinsk, May 2013
Background information
Birth name Yulia Stanislavovna Savicheva
Born (1987-02-14) 14 February 1987 (age 27)
Kurgan, Russian SFSR, USSR
Genres Pop rock
Years active 2003–present
Associated acts Maxim Fadeev "That Kind of Music"
Website www.savicheva.ru

Yulia Stanislavovna Savicheva (Russian: Ю́лия Станисла́вовна Са́вичева) (born 14 February 1987) is a Russian singer who represented Russia in the Eurovision Song Contest 2004 which was held in Istanbul, Turkey.

Biography[edit]

Yulia was born on 14 February 1987, into a family of musicians in the city of Kurgan on the edge of Siberia east of the Ural Mountains. Frequent visitors to her parents included several Russian song writers and music producers. Yulia's father, being an avid piano player, would compose songs for Yulia to sing. This was the beginning of Yulia's career as a star.

Her first experience on stage was at the age of four, with the group Agatha Christie. Her dancing there earned her a standing ovation. After this, she began participating in a dance group where, despite her age, she performed as a soloist. A year later, when she was six, the group (in which her father also worked) was invited to work in Moscow. There, she participated in several musical events in the recreation center at MAI. Meanwhile, her mother got a job at the recreation center as manager of the children's department.

All of Yulia's free time was spent with musicians in the recreation center or in the theater. Her first major appearance was a lead role in the recreation center's New Year's performance, which was her first paid performance and for which Yulia had to learn ballroom dancing. At the same time, she was also studying in school and participating in the dance group Zhuravushka.

Her creative potential led to an invitation from L. Azadanova, offering Yulia a place in her dance group, which she took up. It was then that Yulia began to sing as well as dance. Later, in 2001, the producer Poleiko invited her to play the lead role in the New Year's performance at the Cathedral of Christ the Savior, which she did with such success that she was chosen to play the lead in the next year's performance as well.

In March 2003, Star Factory started its 2nd season. The producer of the project, Maxim Fadeev, had already crossed Yulia's path once before when she had worked as back-vocalist on Russian artist Linda's album, Vorona (Crow) in 1996. Although Yulia participated in the contest, she was eliminated in the semi-finals. Despite this, however, her songs went on to become hits, including "Korabli" (Ships), "Vysoko" (High) and "Prosti za lyubov'" (Sorry for Loving You); and Yulia later came back to host the show.

In March 2004, Yulia participated in another contest, World's Best, and in May she won 11th place at the Eurovision contest with her song, "Believe Me".[1] Her first album was finally released in 2005 with the title Vysoko. About half the material on the album was co-written with former musicians from the band Total.

In August 2005, Yulia wrote the song, "Esli v serdtse zhivyot lyubov" (If Love Lives in Your Heart), which became the theme for the TV series Don't Be Born Beautiful on STS. The song went on to become yet another hit, and she released an album of the same name in November. The album included the title track as well as live versions of songs from her first album. In June, 2006, she released Magnit, on which Anastasia Maksimova wrote the majority of the songs. This, too, was very successful.

In September 2007, Savicheva performed concerts in the Japanese cities of Tokyo and Osaka. In February 2008, she released an album titled Origami. Her latest single, "Goodbye, Lyubov'" announces a new album which is yet to be finalised.

And adding up to all that she was in the musical "That Kind of Music". Acting as the daughter of a Ballet dancer who owns a big studio, but since they are about to lose it "Yulia Savicheva" and her friends try to help by making a musical of their own to earn money and this is done with help from the soccer team.[2]

Discography[edit]

  • Vysoko (2005)
  1. Высоко - ("Vysoko"; "High")
  2. Корабли - ("Korabli"; "Ships")
  3. Отпусти меня - ("Otpusti Menya"; "Let Me Go")
  4. Стоп - ("Stop")
  5. Прошай, моя любовь - (Proschaj, Moya Lyubov'; Farewell, My Love)
  6. Пока - (Poka; Goodbye)
  7. Все для тебя - (Vse Dlya Tebya; Everything For You)
  8. Бежать, лететь - (Bezhat', Letet'; To Run, To Fly)
  9. Прости за любовь - (Prosti Za Lyubov'; Forgive Me For Loving You)
  10. Я с тобой - (Ya S Toboj; I'm With You)
  11. Believe Me
  • Esli v serdtse zhivyot lyubov (2005)
  1. Если в сердце живёт любовь, lit. If Love Lives in Your Heart
  2. Высоко (live), lit. High
  3. Корабли (live), lit. Ships Live
  4. Отпусти меня (live), lit. Let Me Go
  5. Стоп (live), lit. Stop
  6. Прощай, моя любовь (live), lit. Farewell, My Love
  7. Пока (live), lit. Poka
  8. Всё для тебя (live), lit. All for You
  9. Бежать, лететь (live), lit. Run, Fly
  10. Прости за любовь (live), lit. Forgive for Love
  11. Я с тобой (live), lit. I Am with You
  12. Believe Me
  • Magnit (2006)
  1. Привет / Privet
  2. Отпусти / Otpusti
  3. Если в сердце живёт любовь / Esli v serdtse zhivyot lyubov
  4. Здравствуй, это я / Zdravstvuy, eto ya
  5. Лёгкие / Lyogkiye
  6. Мало / Malo
  7. Виноград / Vinograd
  8. Как твои дела / Kak tvoi dela
  9. Я хочу в твои глаза / Ya khochu v tvoi glaza
  10. Седьмое небо / Sedmoe nebo
  11. Если в сердце живёт любовь (NeoMaster remix)
  12. Лёгкие (Navigator remix)
  13. Седьмое небо (Andrei Harchenko remake)
  • Origami (2008)
  1. Любовь-Москва / Lyubov-Moskva
  2. Выше звёзд / Vyshe zvyozd
  3. Никак / Nikak
  4. Ядерный взрыв / Yadernyy vzryv
  5. Зима / Zima
  6. Половинка / Polovinka
  7. Это судьба / Eto sud'ba (duet with A. Makarsky)
  8. Послезавтра / Poslezavtra
  9. Кто-То Придумал Любовь / Kto-to pridumal lyubov
  10. Пепел / Pepel
  11. Никак / Nikak
  • Serdtsebieynie (2012)
  1. Москва-Владивосток
  2. Я Так Тебя Жду
  3. Юлия
  4. Сердцебиение
  5. Сумерки
  6. Привет, Любовь Моя
  7. Отпусти
  8. Скажи Мне, Что Такое Любовь
  9. Goodbye, Любовь
  10. Настя
  11. Я С Тобой
  12. Не Уходи
  13. Корабли
  14. Звезда
  15. Москва-Владивосток (Harisma Remix)
  16. Сердцебиение (Hacker & Moriss Remix)

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Awards and achievements
Preceded by
t.A.T.u.
with "Ne Ver', Ne Boysia"
Russia in the Eurovision Song Contest
2004
Succeeded by
Natalia Podolskaya
with "Nobody Hurt No One"