Romanian wins jury prize in Italian song contest

Andreea Olariu, the exceptional 14-year-old Romanian singer, won the jury prize in the finals of the TV contest “Io canto” (I sing), organized in Italy, reports. She won the Mike Bongiorno Foundation’s Bravo Bravissimo award, consisting in a scholarship at the Music and Art Show in Milan. Andreea sang Celine Dion’s piece, “I Surrender”, and could be watched live on the Italian channel Canale 5 Mediaset. Andreea, whose voice was compared to the vocal range of Laura Pausini or Lara Fabian, has been singing since she was six and has won 15 trophies and several first prizes so far.

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