Halla Margrét Árnadóttir

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Halla Margrét Árnadóttir or Halla Margrét (born 23 April 1964 in Reykjavík) is an Icelandic singer who represented her country in the Eurovision Song Contest 1987, in Brussels. In that competition, she sang the entry Hægt Og Hljótt (in english: (Slowly and Quietly) with music and lyrics by Valgeir Guðjónsson; the conductor was Hjálmar Ragnarsson. The song ended in 16th place (22 countries) and received 28 points.

Since 1997, Halla Margrét has been an opera and concert singer. A soprano, she stars on two DVDs, as Anna in Puccini's Le Villi, and as Tigrana in Puccini's Edgar.

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Preceded by
ICY
with "Gleðibankinn"
Iceland in the Eurovision Song Contest
1987
Succeeded by
Beathoven
with "Þú og þeir (Sókrates)"