Simona Poposka
Also known as Arilena
Born (1992-03-27) 27 March 1992 (age 29)
Ohrid, Macedonia
Occupation Singer
Years active 1999–present
Label Elite Productions

Simona Poposka (born 27 March 1992), is a Macedonian singer.

Biography[edit | edit source]

Simona made her first appearance on stage at age 6, in 1999 , at the festival ‘Singing fisherman’, following the musical experience at the festival "Golden Nightingale" in 2002. Her first great experience was in 2004, at the first song contest for children Eurovision where she placed in second place. In 2006 she performs at the same contest and placed third place, following the experiences of "Kaneo Fest" which won a prize for the most listened song of the year, "Ohrid Fest", "Melfest in Prilep which in time used to be one of the most prestigious festivals where he won second place. Then is the performance of Feshta-1 festival in 2009 where she won third place with the song "Neletaj na nebo." In 2010 follows a short contract with Republic Productions. In 2012 Simona signed a contract with Gorilla Productions that takes care of all further arrangements and activities associated with her career. Simona released the single for the song "Until the End" for which the recorded video broke the top of all charts throughout the Republic of Macedonia. The next of Simona are many other projects and collaborations with colleagues from the scene and her first album.

Achievements[edit | edit source]

Participant children's festival "Raspeano Ribarche" Participant children's festival "Zlatno Slavejce" Participant of "Kaneo Fest" Participant of festival "Melfest" Participated in the festival "Ohrid Fest" Participant in the national Eurovision Song Contest Participant for Children's Festival "Feshta" Participated in many humanitarian concerts

Awards[edit | edit source]

Award for most listened the song of "Kaneo Fest" Second Award "Melfest" Second prize at the national Eurovision Song Contest for Children's in 2004 Third prize at the national Eurovision Song Contest for Children's in 2006 Third prize of the festival "Feshta-1"

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