Yulia Savicheva is a Russian singer, who represent Russia at the 2004 Eurovision Song Contest held in Istanbul, Turkey.
Talented singer was born on February 14, 1987 in Kurgan, Siberia into a family of musicians. Her mother was a music teacher and her father was a musician. At the age of 5 Yulia became a soloist of the choreographic collective Firefly. But her first performance took place when she was only 4 years old. Cute girl came on stage with Max Fadeev’s rock band Convoy, where her father worked as a drummer.
Later, the rock band was invited to work in Moscow and in 1994 her whole family moved to the capital. There Yulia joined choreographic collective Crane and together with her partner became two-time champion of Moscow. Young girl also took part in the New Year’s performances.
In 2001, the producer Poleiko invited her to play the lead role in the New Year’s performance at the Cathedral of Christ the Savior. It was huge success.