Maruška Šinković

Maruška Šinković

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Maruška Šinković-Kalogjera
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Maruška Šinković-Kalogjera is a Croatian pop singer, wife of Stipica Kalogjera, beter known under her maiden name Šinković. She was born in Split on the 27th of April 1936. After finishing her musical education by graduating in 1957 at the Music School Split, Violoncello department, Maruška starts her singing career and soon wins the Split radio music festival "Mikrofon je vaš".
She took part at nearly every Music Festival in former Yugoslavia. She was especially successful at the Split Music Festivals. Among her songs to be remembered are certainly "Dani ča i' nima" (Split '68,Zdenka Runjića, Tomislava Zuppe, "Decembarska pisma" (Split '72, Đeki Srbljenovića, Zdenka Runjić), "Ča je bilo tega više ni" (Split '73, Stipica Kalogjera, Stijepo Mijović). In the years to follow she will also obtain many international music awards. Her last performance was in 1992 at the 100th Anniversary concert of the Split National Theater.
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Maruška Šinković Discography

Albums

LSY-61802, LSY 61802 Maruška Kalogjera* Snivaj Mi, Snivaj(LP, Album) Jugoton, Jugoton LSY-61802, LSY 61802 Yugoslavia 1983 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

sy-1472 Maruška Kalogjera* Poljubac Za Zbogom(7", Single) Jugoton sy-1472 Yugoslavia 1969 Sell This Version
SY-1658 Maruška* Dosta Je Igre / Odjek Sreće(7", Single) Jugoton SY-1658 Yugoslavia 1970 Sell This Version
SY-22103 Maruška Kalogjera* Split '72(7", Single) Jugoton SY-22103 Yugoslavia 1972 Sell This Version
SY-22397 Maruška Kalogjera* Split 73(7", Single) Jugoton SY-22397 Yugoslavia 1973 Sell This Version