Sofia Nizharadze / სოფო ნიჟარაძე

Born in “sunny Tbilisi” (Georgia) [February 6, 1986], SOFIE (Sofia Nizharadze) graduated with honors from a musical academy, and afterwards went to the Academy Gnesinih. By 11 she was choosen by the famous French journalist Bernard Pivot to take part in his telecast on TV5 Paris, where she performed wellknown french song “Douce France”. At 17 Sofia was a winner of several international competitions of young singers including the “Bravo, Bravissimo!” competition in Mini La Scala (Italy), “Crystal Note” (Moscow, Russia), “Crystal Fur-tree” (Borjomi, Georgia). She participated in many festivals: in Russia, Turkey, Italy, Latvia and Georgia. Since 2001, she’s been a soloist in the Georgian National Philharmonic. In 2003, she was the lead in a musical-circus revue, “Svadba Soek”. Having decided to devote herself to the theatre, she entered “GITIS” (State Academy of Theatre and Art). Thanks to Roméo et Juliette, her dream to be on a theatre stage has finally come true. In 2004 she got a main part in Gerard Presgurvic’s famous musical (Original Russian Version, Operetta Theatre, leading cast) Sofia writes songs and lyrics in Russian and English! She appreciates really good music and often listens to her favourite singers: Barbra Streisand, Celine Dion, Whitney Houston.

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