Karolina Gočeva, often credited as Karolina Gocheva, is a Macedonian recording artist. She represented North Macedonia in the 2002 and 2007 Eurovision Song Contests, ranking 19th and 14th.
|Also known as:||Karolina|
|Born:||April 28, 1980, Bitola, SFR Yugoslavia, now North Macedonia|
|Website:||Karolina Gočeva's Official site|
|Facebook:||Karolina Gočeva's Facebook profile|
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About Karolina Goceva
Pop singer who represented her native Macedonia in two Eurovision Song Contests during the first decade of the 2000s.
She performed at a children's music festival at the age of ten.
Her 2009 chart-topping song, "Kraj" was featured in the Big Brother, Serbia season opener.
Her family lived in the southwestern Macedonian city of Bitola at the time of her birth.
Her song "Se lazam sebe" ("I'm lying to myself") was composed by singer-songwriter Kaliopi Bukle.
Information related to Karolina Gočeva
- Music of North Macedonia - The music of North Macedonia refers to all forms of music associated with the Republic of North Macedonia. It has much in common with the music of neighbouring Balkan countries, yet it remains overall distinctive in its rhythm and sound.
- North Macedonia in the Eurovision Song Contest - North Macedonia, previously presented in the contest as the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, has participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 19 times since its official debut in 1998. The country had attempted to participate in 1996, but failed to qualify from the audio-only qualifying round.
- Macedonian Eurovision Song Contest entrants
- Macedonian female singers
- Macedonian pop singers