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Gela Guralia
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Gela Guralia, 2014. St.Petersburg, Russia
Background information
Birth name Gela Guralia (Georgian: გელა გურალია)
Born (1980-12-22) 22 December 1980 (age 37)
Origin Poti, Georgian SSR, USSR
Genres Pop
Occupation(s) Singer

Gela Guralia (Georgian: გელა გურალია; Russian: Гела Гуралиа) is a Georgian singer, tenor-altino. In 2013, Guralia took third place in the Russian edition of the TV singing contest The Voice, Golos.[1][2]

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Life and career

Early life and career

Gela Guralia was born in 1980 in Poti, Georgian SSR. He started singing at the age of five, participated in several local ensembles and then in a church choir. He studied piano, voice and acting at the Art School of Poti.

In school, Guralia developed interest in chemistry and, after graduating from high school, enrolled in a Chemistry degree at Tbilisi State University. In 2003, in light of an opportunity of becoming a professional singer, he moved to Moscow, Russia.[3][4]

Guralia started his career as a singer in a restaurant in Moscow.[3] He took part in the International Music Festival "Songs of the World" in Moldova in 2005 and then in the Russian "Golden Voice" contest in 2006, winning Audience Awards in both competitions.

TV show Golos

Guralia gained popularity in Russia after his appearance in the Russian edition of the TV singing contest The Voice, Golos, in 2013. The show attracted more than 10,000 applications, and only 150 singers were pre-selected for blind auditions.[5] During blind auditions, one of the four mentors, Dima Bilan, selected Guralia into his team. Since the beginning of the show, Gela Guralia was among the favorites.[6][7] He was one of the four finalists of the show and, as an outcome of the SMS voting attracting more than a million votes,[1] he took third place in the final.[2]

After the show

Guralia started his first solo concert tour in March 2014. The tour was a major success receiving enthusiastic reviews from critics and selling out in many cities in Russia.[8] The final 33rd concert of the tour took place at the State Kremlin Palace Concert Hall in Moscow, the most prestigious concert stage of the country.

On November 18, 2014, the debut album of Gela Guralia was released. The leading song of the album, "Dream of Me", is written by Jud Friedman, a songwriter with several Oscar, Golden Globe and Grammy nominations for songs such as "Run to you" performed by Whitney Houston.[9]



  • Dream of Me (2014)

Music video

  • Dream of Me (2014)
  • You Know (2015)
  • To the East (2018)


  1. ^ a b Лучшим голосом России стал Сергей Волчков. 1 канал (in Russian). Retrieved 9 January 2014.
  2. ^ a b "Gela Guralia took 3rd place in the final of Russian "Voice"". Georgian News. Retrieved 9 January 2014.
  3. ^ a b Гела Гуралиа: Все, о чем по-настоящему мечтаешь, рано или поздно сбудется!. Москвичка (in Russian). Retrieved 9 January 2014.
  4. ^ Гела Гуралия: "Понял, что больше никогда не пойду в ресторан петь". Труд (in Russian). Retrieved 11 January 2014.
  5. ^ Стартовал первый этап шоу "Прослушивания вслепую". 1 канал (in Russian). Archived from the original on 9 January 2014. Retrieved 9 January 2014.
  6. ^ "Russian TV's The Voice a beacon of 'tolerance'". BBC News. Retrieved 9 January 2014.
  7. ^ Фаворит шоу "Голос -2" Гела Гуралиа: "С Димой Биланом понимаем друг друга с полуслова". Вечерняя Москва (in Russian). Retrieved 11 January 2014.
  8. ^ Хроники успеха. Концерт Новые имена в Санкт-Петербурге, второе отделение. Ваши Новости (in Russian). Retrieved 9 April 2014.
  9. ^ "რატომ იდგა ფეხზე 9 საათის განმავლობაში რუსული ვოისის ფინალისტი გელა გურალია". Reitingi (in Georgian). Retrieved 17 January 2014.

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