Katarína Hasprová

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Katarína Hasprová (born 10 September 1972 in Bratislava) is a singer from Slovakia, best-known outside her home country for singing "Modlitba" at the Eurovision Song Contest 1998.

Hasprová was born in Bratislava into a musical family. Her mother is a well-known Slovak actress and singer, her father a leading director of theatre and television. A graduate in music from the Janáček Music Academy, Katarína devotes all her time to singing and dancing and has performed in a number of classic musicals, including West Side Story and Hair.

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Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Marcel Palonder
with "Kým nás máš"
Slovakia in the Eurovision Song Contest
Succeeded by
Kamil Mikulčík & Nela Pocisková
with "Leť tmou"