Zulya Kamalova (Russian: Зуля Камалова) is an award-winning Tatar singer. She currently resides in Australia, though she tours both countries frequently.
Zulya was born in Sarapul, Udmurtia and grew up in Tatarstan. She began performing and writing music at age 9.
In 1991, Zulya moved to Australia, settling in Hobart, Tasmania, after which she performed extensively both solo and with accompanists. During this period she released several limited-run cassettes and a full-length album called Journey of Voice. She then moved to Melbourne, later formed the band Children of the Underground. In 1994 she signed to Melbourne-based independent record label Unstable Ape Records.
 Musical style
Zulya is known for her interpretations of Tatar and Russian music, often playing with a backing band, Children of the Underground. Instrumentation typically includes accordion, double bass, percussion, guitar, brass and string arrangements and occasionally jaw harp.
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||Journey of Voice
||The Waltz of Emptiness (and Other Songs on Russian Themes)
||Tales of Subliming
- BBC Radio "Beyond the Horizon", 2008
- Music Deli "Celebration", 2007
- Asian Dreamland, Putumayo, USA, 2006
- Asian Garden, Clubstar, Germany, 2004
- Felix and Me, ABC Classic FM, 2004
- Dreamland, Putumayo, USA, 2003
- World Circuitry, 2003
- 30 Years of Maldon Folk Festival, 2003
- Nightingale, ABC Classic FM, 2002
- Music from around the world, Festival of Asian Music, 2002
- Music from the Tea Lands, Putumayo, USA, 2000
- Australian Folk Compilation, 2000
- Port-Fairy Folk Festival Live Celebration 2000
- 3LO Deli Breakfast Compilation, 1999
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