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Darya Antonyuk

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Darya Antonyuk
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Background information
Birth nameDarya Sergeyevna Antonyuk
Also known asDaria Antonyuk
Born (1996-01-25) 25 January 1996 (age 22)
Zelenogorsk, Russia
Genres
Occupation(s)
  • Singer
Instruments
Years active2011–present
Associated actsLeonid Agutin

Darya Antonyuk (Russian: Дарья Антонюк, born 25 January 1996), sometimes transliterated as Daria Antonyuk, is a Russian singer. She is the winner of season five of the Russian version of The Voice.[1][2]

On 30 December 2016, Antonyuk was declared the winner of season five of The Voice. Throughout her time on the show, she was coached by Russian musician Leonid Agutin.[3]

Life and career

Darya Antonyuk was born on January 25, 1996 in Zelenogorsk, Krasnoyarsk Krai. Her mother, Svetlana Vladimirovna Antonyuk, is a director of the school of additional education for children; her father, Sergei Vladimirovich Antonyuk, is a firefighter. Darya's parents are divorced.

In her childhood she studied ballet and modern choreography, and also studied at a music school. In her native city from the age of 7 Dasha had been studied in the vocal studio "Talisman", and from the young age she has won awards at vocal competitions. At the end of the middle school, in 2014 she came to Moscow, where she successfully passed the exams in four universities, but she stopped her choice at the Moscow Art Theater School (the course of Igor Zolotovitsky). She made her theatrical debut in 2016, Darya played Mary Bennet in A. Frantetti's play "Pride and Prejudice".

The Voice

Darya auditioned in 2016 to compete in season 5 of The Voice. In the blind auditions, broadcast on 9 September 2016 on Channel One, she sang "Stand Up for Love". All four coaches, Dima Bilan, Polina Gagarina, Leonid Agutin, and Grigory Leps turned their chairs. She chose to join Team Leonid.

The Voice performances
     – Studio version of song reached the top performances that week
Stage Song Original artist Date Order Result
Blind Audition "Stand Up for Love" Destiny's Child September 9, 2016 2.2 All coaches turned;
joined Team Leonid
Battle Rounds
(Top 57)
"That's What Friends Are For" (vs. Hagba Brothers) Rod Stewart November 4, 2016 10.4 Saved by Coach
Knockout Rounds
(Top 36)
"Если он уйдёт" (vs. Vadim Kapustin, vs. Boris Sheshera) Anzhelika Varum November 18, 2016 12.8
Live Quarterfinals (Top 24) "Колокол" Tamara Gverdtsiteli December 9, 2016 15.3 Saved by Votes Summa
Live Semifinal (Top 8) "Somebody to Love" Freddie Mercury December 23, 2016 17.5
Live Final (Top 4) "Твой голос" (with Leonid Agutin) Leonid Agutin December 30, 2016 18.4 Winner
"Without You" Mariah Carey 18.8
"Дорогой длинною" Alexander Vertinsky 18.11
Non competition performances
Order Collaborator(s) Song Original Artist
17.3 Evgeniy Margulis and Ksenia Korobkova "Шанхай-блюз" Evgeniy Margulis
18.1 Kairat Primberdiev, Sardor Milano and Aleksandr Panayotov "Ti amo" Umberto Tozzi
18.4 Other constants of the 5th season "Жить" Grigory Leps, Polina Gagarina, and other Russian musicians

Discography

Singles

Releases from The Voice

References

  1. ^ Dayana (3 February 2017). "REPORT: RUSSIA'S EUROVISION 2017 SHORTLIST INCLUDES ALEKSANDER PANAYOTOV AND ELENA TEMNIKOVA". wiwibloggs.com. Wiwibloggs.
  2. ^ Dayana (28 February 2017). "THE VOICE OF RUSSIA WINNER DARYA ANTOYUK IS CHANNEL ONE'S FAVOURITE FOR EUROVISION 2017". wiwibloggs.com. Wiwibloggs.
  3. ^ Sadikova, Marina (31 December 2016). "Шоу Голос, 5 сезон, победитель: Дарья Антонюк, оценки судей, выступления, фото и видео". rsute.ru (in Russian). RSUTE. Retrieved 12 March 2017.
Preceded by
Hieromonk Fotiy
Winner of Golos
2016
Succeeded by
Incumbent


This page was last edited on 9 December 2018, at 09:35
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