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Sylwia Grzeszczak
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Sylwia Grzeszczak in Zabrze in July 2011
Background information
Birth name Sylwia Grzeszczak
Born (1989-04-07) April 7, 1989 (age 28)
Origin Poznań, Poland
Genres Pop, R&B
Occupations Singer, Composer
Years active 2005–present
Labels GORGO
EMI Music Poland
Associated acts Liber
Website sylwiagrzeszczak.pl

Sylwia Grzeszczak (born 7 April 1989) is a Polish singer-songwriter and pianist currently signed to EMI Music Poland.

BiographyEdit

As a child, at the age of five years, took part in the program from kindergarten to Opole , which performed a song from the repertoire of Krzysztof Krawczyk. She attended the National School of Music degree them. H. Wieniawski and Music School second degree. M. Karłowicz in Poznan. She graduated from the National School of Music second degree. Frederic Chopin in Poznan in piano. In 2008 she released her first album with Liber, called Ona i On. It included fourteen songs. The singles of the album were Nowe szanse and Co z nami będzie, released in 2008, Mijamy się and Nasza baśń, released in 2009. The album peaked at 27th place in OLiS. Three years later she released her second album, called Sen o przyszłości. The album contains eleven songs. The first single from the album was "Male Rzeczy". The music video was filmed in June 2011. The song peaked at first place in many charts of Poland. The second single was "Sen o przyszłości". Her second single peaked at first place in many Polish charts as her first one did. In 2012, she released the third single from the album, "Karuzela" which peaked first in a few Polish charts.

Own Eurovision Song ContestEdit

Sylwia represented Poland in OESC three times: in the 7th, 8th and 10th edition.

OESC #07 Edit

Sylwia was internally selected to represent Poland in Own Eurovision Song Contest 7 with the song "Karuzela". The song got disqualified. If Poland wasn't disqualified, it would be the winner of the semi-final.

OESC #09 Edit

Sylwia participated in the selection of Poland for 9th edition with two songs, Male Rzeczy and Sen O Przyszlosci. Sen O Przyszlosci reached the semi-finals, while Male Rzeczy won the selection and therefore represented the country in the contest. It qualified from the semi-final getting the 2nd place and got the 4th place in the final.

OESC #10 Edit

Sylwia represented Poland once again in the contest. She was internally selected with the song Karuzela since the 10th edition was a special edition. As a member of big 5, Poland was a direct qualifier. Sylwia got the 14th place in the final.

OESC #21Edit

Ten editions later, Sylwia was once again selected to represent the country in the contest. She represented the country with her latest single "Flirt".

Polska PiosenkaEdit

Polska Piosenka 1-3Edit

Sylwia has been a host of Polska Piosenka since the start of the selection. She was joined by Liber in the second edition and she will be hosting the third edition with Honey, the representative of Poland in Own Eurovision Song Contest 16.

External linksEdit

Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Debut entry
Poland in Own Eurovision Song Contest
OESC #07
with Karuzela
OESC #09
with Male Rzeczy
OESC #10
with Karuzela
Succeeded by
Alexandra
with Poplyniemy daleko
Preceded by
Magdalena Tul
with Jestem
Poland in Own Eurovision Song Contest
OESC #21
with Flirt
Succeeded by
Christina Perri
with A thousand years
Preceded by
None
Presenter of Polska Piosenka
PP #1, PP #2, PP #3
Succeeded by
Honey

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