Maria Yaremchuk

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Maria Yaremchuk, 2014 in Copenhagen

Marija Nazariwna Yaremchuk ( Ukrainian Марія Назарівна Яремчук ; born March 2, 1993 in Chernivtsi ) is a Ukrainian pop singer .


Yaremchuk has been active as a pop singer since 2012. She became known through her participation in Holos Krayiny , the Ukrainian offshoot of The Voice . In Oleksandr Ponomarev's team, she made it to the final. She came third at the Latvian New Wave festival for young talents in 2012 and fifth in the Ukrainian preliminary decision for the Eurovision Song Contest 2013 with the title Imagine .

In the Ukrainian preselection for the Eurovision Song Contest 2014 , she prevailed against 19 competitors. In the first semi-final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2014, she and nine other countries were able to prevail against six retired competitors. She opened the finale with her self-composed pop song Tick-Tock and took sixth place there.

Before that, in connection with the Crimean crisis , Vitali Klitschko called for Yaremchuk to be given special support as a sign of solidarity with Ukraine.

Web links

Commons : Marija Yaremchuk  - collection of pictures, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. Maria Yaremchuk is the Ukrainian winner !, December 21, 2013 (English)
  2. M. KLUCKERT, M. PITTELKAU and P. RONZHEIMER: Will the Grand Prix be a big vote against Putin? BILD Online, May 10, 2014, accessed on May 11, 2014 .