Tanya Boeva

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Tanya Boeva
Born (1973-11-03) November 3, 1973 (age 44)
Topolovgrad, Bulgaria
Genres Pop, Chalga, Pop-folk
Occupation(s) Singer-songwriter, musician
Years active 1995–present
Associated acts Lady B, Petros Imvrios, Nektarios Sfirakis, Toni Storaro
Website www.tanyaboeva.net

Tanya Boeva (Bulgarian:Таня Боева; born November 3, 1973[1]) is a Bulgarian pop and Chalga singer.

Biography[edit]

Tanya Boeva was born on November 3, 1973, in the town of Topolovgrad, but lived, studied and grew up in Dimitrovgrad. She showed her musical talent at the age of two, and her parents noticed it. When she was 13, she started singing in a school group called "Alchemists", and later she sang in various pubs. With the same group she won her first prize - "Golden Badge", at a festival in Haskovo. The performer started her professional career in 1994 when she recorded several songs with the Dimitrovgrad Orchestra. In 1995, she took part in the then Golden Orpheus, where she won the Young Artist Award with the song Космичен блус (English: Cosmic Blues).[2] The following year she again participated in the festival with the song Сребрее косата ти рано, мамо (English: Grab your hair early, Mom) in a duet with Daniela Petkova, and won second prize. [2] Following a contract with the music company Payner, Boeva released her debut album in 1997, containing only pop-songs. The album is called Обичай ме с нежност и душа English: Love me with tenderness and soul and the songs in it written by Dimitar Getov, Nayden Andreev, Vassil Iliev and Haigashod Agassyan. Boeva received popularity and success after working with her producers of Ara Audio with which she released the album Дама пика (English: Lady Peak) in 1999. Since 2002, Tanya Boeva has been a self-producing performer, with the exception of In a short period of time partnering with Ara Music, who have acted as her managers.[citation needed]

Personal life[edit]

Tanya is married to Michaud Burgundzhiev and has a son called Rosen who was born in 2007.[3][4][5] In 2011, Tanya gave birth to a second son but he died 2 weeks afterwards from an unknown cause.[6][7]

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