Loredana Sachelaru, a young Australian of Romanian origin from Melbourne, will represent Australia at the current year edition of the “Golden Stag” Festival due in Brasov between September 2-7.
The pop singer Loredana Sachelaru (with the stage name of Xonia), aged 20, studied music and dance at the Hollywood Pop Academy in Los Angeles.
Loredana has been for almost one year in Romania. Presently she collaborates for her new album with music producers from Romania, like George Hora, Mihai Ogasanu, Deepcentral and Marius Moga. Her first single (made with Deepcentral), “Someone to love you” is also the song with which she goes to the “Golden Stag” contest. Asked what determined her to opt for Australia at the “Golden Stag,” Xonia said that as a Romanian she wants to show the Australians what she can do for them obtaining an award, and as an Australian she wants to show the Romanians what she has learnt in Australia and at Hollywood. “All my life I dreamt to participate to the Golden Stag. Now I think that it is time to do it,” declared the young soloist.
Xonia learnt dance at The Australian Ballet School, and played in films and theatrical plays.
The current edition of the Golden Stag festival takes place at Brasov between September 2-7. The festival will rally 24 competitors from 20 countries (Armenia, Australia, Azerbaijan, Belgium, Bulgaria, China, Cyprus, Estonia, Finland, Israel, Italy, Macedonia, Malta, Great Britain, Moldova, Norway, Russia, Spain, Turkey and Ukraine), to whom three representatives of Romania add. Jasmine, Nadine and The Marker will represent Romania at the present year edition of the “Golden Stag” Festival, winning the pre-selection organized by TVR.
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