Nina Tapio

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Nina Tapio
Born (1972-02-24) February 24, 1972 (age 45)
Origin Finland
Occupation(s) Singer
Associated acts

Nina Tapio (born February 24, 1972) is a Finnish singer,[1] songwriter, musical actor, and session musician. Her singing career started at the age of five, when she sang on a children's record.

Tapio studied at Helsinki Pop & Jazz Conservatory where she got a degree as a teacher of singing. In 1994 she started the band Taikapeili together with Hanna-Riikka Siitonen, publishing three albums until 1999. In 1998 and 2003 she also recorded two albums with Adiemus.

In 2005 Tapio sung background vocals for Geir Rönning in the 2005 Eurovision Song Contest. She was also on the jury of the Finnish television show Idols the same year, and continued in the 2006–2007 season. She was invited to the Finnish prescreening for the 2006 Eurovision Song Contest together with Hanna-Riikka Siitonen, but they did not attend. Instead, Tapio read the scores given by Finland in the same contest.

Nina Tapio has been a background singer on the records of Finnish artists including Kirka, Tauski, Eini, Kake Randelin, Matti ja Teppo, and Meiju Suvas.


With Taikapeili[edit]

  • Suuri salaisuus (1994)
  • Nähdään taas – moi! (1995)
  • Nukahda, jos uskallat (1999)

With Adiemus[edit]


Finnish film dubs[edit]


  1. ^ Jokinen, Sanna (15 June 2008). "Nina Tapio: Alan huonot puolet on kestettävä! - Idols 2008". MTV3 (in Finnish). Retrieved 8 August 2012. 

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