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Burmaka began singing Ukrainian songs while studying in a guitar class in a musical school. In 1987, she entered the faculty of philology of Kharkiv University of Karazin. A year later she started composing her own songs on the Ukrainian poetry. In 1989, Maria was the winner of the Sung Poetry festival in Lutsk. Then she became "silver medalist" of the Chervona Ruta festival. The "Kobza" firm released an audio-cassette with her guitar songs.
In January 1992, the Canadian record company "Yewshan" released Burmaka’s first CD album titled Maria.
Burmaka released a new album in 1998 entitled Znovu lyublyu (In Love Again). The presentation of the record was special: Burmaka invited her closest friends and the press to the 17-18th century icons hall in the National Fine Arts Museum, where an acoustic guitar concert was given. She presented her new songs accompanied by the guitar only.
- 1990 Ой не квiтни, весно (Oy ne kvitny, vesno)
- 1992 Марiя (Mariya)
- 1994 Лишається надiя (Lyshayet'sia nadiya)
- 1998 Знову люблю (Znovu liubliu)
- 2001 Iз янголом на плечi (Iz yanholom na plechi)
- 2002 Мiа (Mia)
- 2003 I Am
- 2004 N9
- 2008 Саундтреки (Soundtracks)
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