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Cristina SCARLAT
   Moldova

Soloist of the Presidential Orchestra of Moldova, teacher, III Prize winner of the XX International Contest of Young Performers of Pop Song “Vitebsk-2011

Soloist of the Presidential Orchestra of Moldova, vocal coach, III Prize winner of the XX International Contest of Young Performers of Pop Song “Vitebsk-2011”

Member of the International jury of the XVIII International Children Music Contest “VITEBSK-2020”, singer, vocal coach, soloist of the Presidential Orchestra of Moldova, III Prize winner of the International Pop Song Performers Contest “Vitebsk-2011”

Cristina Scarlat was born in Chisinau on 3 March 1981.

She finished music school (violin and piano), graduated from the conductor-choir department of the Musical College named after Stefan Neaga.

In 2006, she completed a course majoring in pop and jazz singing at the State University of Arts of Moldova.

In 2000, she won First Prize in the National Contest “Silver Chrysanthemum”, while in 2001, she was awarded Grand Prix in the samecontest.

In 2001, Cristina became a prizewinner of the International Contest “Golden Chrysanthemum” (Targovishte, Romania).

She got Third Prize in the International Pop Song Contest “Slavianskaya Zvezda” in Orel (Russia).

Cristina Scarlat worked as a voice teacher in the pop-vocal Studio “STAR-TY”. Since 2009, he has been the director of the Studio.

The singer is a voice coach of the participants from Moldova at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest.

She is a finalist of the National Eurovision Song Contest (2011, 2013).

In 2015, Cristina represented Moldova in the Eurovision Song Contest (Copenhagen, Denmark) with the song “Wild Soul”.

In 2018, Cristina Scarlat presented her solo program with classical romances in a modern style on the stage of the Sergei Lunkevich National Philharmonic.

She is a soloist of the Presidential orchestra of Moldova under Leonid Voznyuk. She performs at government events and participates in national and international festivals in Germany, Russia, Belgium and Romania.