Izolda Barudžija (Serbian Cyrillic: Изолда Баруџија, pronounced [izɔ̌lda barǔdʒija]) is a Serbian and former Yugoslav singer born in Belgrade. From 1978 to 1982 she sang in the student choir Branko Krsmanović in Belgrade and had a solo part in the vocal group Pop polifonija (Pop Polyphony) as well as a variety of live TV and Radio performances such as with Jazz Orchestra Radio Belgrade. She represented Yugoslavia in the Eurovision Song Contest 1982 with her band Aska, and finished in 14th place. In 1983, she and her sister Eleonora were Daniel Popović's backing vocals. Their song Džuli placed 4th and became a huge hit. In 1984, she and Vlado Kalember were 18th with the song "Ciao Amore". The video for "Ciao Amore" was not broadcast on Turkish state television because Barudžija appeared bat

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  • Izolda Barudžija (* 1963 in Split) ist eine serbische Popsängerin. Izolda studierte Journalistik und Politikwissenschaft an der Universität Belgrad. Sie war Sängerin bei der Girlgroup Aska und nahm schon 1982 beim Eurovision Song Contest für Jugoslawien teil. Ein Jahr später war sie zusammen mit ihrer Schwester Eleonora Backgroundsängerin für Sänger Daniel, der den 4. Platz belegte. 1984 sang sie im Duett mit Vlado Kalember den Popsong Ciao Amore für Jugoslawien beim Concours Eurovision de la Chanson 1984 in Luxemburg. Sie erreichten nur den vorletzten Platz. Barudžija zog 2001 mit ihrem Ehemann Zlatko Manojlović, einem Belgrader Gitarristen, nach Deutschland. Seither arbeitet sie als Gesangslehrerin und Chorleiterin, unter anderem in Mannheim, Düsseldorf und Bottrop. Das Paar hat einen gemeinsamen Sohn und lebt in Essen. (de)
  • Izolda Barudzija is een Joegoslavische zangeres. Ze vertegenwoordigde Joegoslavië op het Eurovisiesongfestival 1982 in de groep Aska met het nummer Halo Halo, ze werden 14de. In 1983 stond ze samen met haar zuster Eleonora in het achtergrondkoortje van Danijel Popović die 4de werd. Nog een jaar later stond ze aan de zijde van Vlado met het lied Ciao Amore en werd daar voorlaatste mee. Als de Barudzija Sisters nam ze in 1992 deel aan de laatste Jugovizija (preselectie songfestival) maar werd slechts 11de. (nl)
  • Izolda Barudžija (Serbian Cyrillic: Изолда Баруџија, pronounced [izɔ̌lda barǔdʒija]) is a Serbian and former Yugoslav singer born in Belgrade. From 1978 to 1982 she sang in the student choir Branko Krsmanović in Belgrade and had a solo part in the vocal group Pop polifonija (Pop Polyphony) as well as a variety of live TV and Radio performances such as with Jazz Orchestra Radio Belgrade. She represented Yugoslavia in the Eurovision Song Contest 1982 with her band Aska, and finished in 14th place. In 1983, she and her sister Eleonora were Daniel Popović's backing vocals. Their song Džuli placed 4th and became a huge hit. In 1984, she and Vlado Kalember were 18th with the song "Ciao Amore". The video for "Ciao Amore" was not broadcast on Turkish state television because Barudžija appeared bathing topless. After her Eurovision duet with Vlado Kalember, Izolda and Eleonora started their professional career as a duo. They released many songs and also, they took part in many music festivals such as Zagrebfest and MESAM, both solo and as a duo. Thanks to that, the duo gained popularity. In 1992, Izolda and her sister participated together in the Jugovizija, trying to represent rump Yugoslavia (Serbia and Montenegro) with the song "Hej hej, vrati se", which ended in the 12th place. After that, the duo dissolved, and Eleonora started her solo career. Between 1994 and 2011, Izolda was a solo singer and lyricist in the band VOX. She is married to Serbian guitarist and singer Zlatko Manojlović and they live in Germany, where she moved in 2001 when her husband signed contract to work as a producer and composer in Mannheim. Since 2009 she teaches at Music Academy in Düsseldorf. (en)
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  • Izolda Barudzija is een Joegoslavische zangeres. Ze vertegenwoordigde Joegoslavië op het Eurovisiesongfestival 1982 in de groep Aska met het nummer Halo Halo, ze werden 14de. In 1983 stond ze samen met haar zuster Eleonora in het achtergrondkoortje van Danijel Popović die 4de werd. Nog een jaar later stond ze aan de zijde van Vlado met het lied Ciao Amore en werd daar voorlaatste mee. Als de Barudzija Sisters nam ze in 1992 deel aan de laatste Jugovizija (preselectie songfestival) maar werd slechts 11de. (nl)
  • Izolda Barudžija (* 1963 in Split) ist eine serbische Popsängerin. Izolda studierte Journalistik und Politikwissenschaft an der Universität Belgrad. Sie war Sängerin bei der Girlgroup Aska und nahm schon 1982 beim Eurovision Song Contest für Jugoslawien teil. Ein Jahr später war sie zusammen mit ihrer Schwester Eleonora Backgroundsängerin für Sänger Daniel, der den 4. Platz belegte. 1984 sang sie im Duett mit Vlado Kalember den Popsong Ciao Amore für Jugoslawien beim Concours Eurovision de la Chanson 1984 in Luxemburg. Sie erreichten nur den vorletzten Platz. (de)
  • Izolda Barudžija (Serbian Cyrillic: Изолда Баруџија, pronounced [izɔ̌lda barǔdʒija]) is a Serbian and former Yugoslav singer born in Belgrade. From 1978 to 1982 she sang in the student choir Branko Krsmanović in Belgrade and had a solo part in the vocal group Pop polifonija (Pop Polyphony) as well as a variety of live TV and Radio performances such as with Jazz Orchestra Radio Belgrade. She represented Yugoslavia in the Eurovision Song Contest 1982 with her band Aska, and finished in 14th place. In 1983, she and her sister Eleonora were Daniel Popović's backing vocals. Their song Džuli placed 4th and became a huge hit. In 1984, she and Vlado Kalember were 18th with the song "Ciao Amore". The video for "Ciao Amore" was not broadcast on Turkish state television because Barudžija appeared bat (en)
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