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Anastasiya Petryk

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Occupation(s)  Singer
Role  Singer
Instruments  Vocals
Genres  Pop music

Years active  2008-present
Associated acts  Viktoria Petryk
Name  Anastasiya Petryk
Siblings  Viktoria Petryk
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Birth name  Anastasiya Ihorivna Petryk
Born  4 May 2002 (age 13) Odessa, Ukraine (2002-05-04)
Website  http://petryksisters.com/
Parents  Tatiana Petryk, Igor Petryk
Similar People  Viktoria Petryk, Sofia Tarasova, Lerika, Nina Matviyenko, Compass Band

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Anastasiya Ihorivna "Nastya" Petryk (Ukrainian: Анастасі́я Іго́рівна "Настя" Пе́трик; born 4 May 2002) is a Ukrainian child singer.

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Life and work

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In 2009, at the age of 7, Anastasiya Petryk appeared on the second season of Ukraine's Got Talent with her older sister Viktoria "Vika" Petryk, who represented Ukraine in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2008, finishing in second place. Even though Anastasiya was only supporting her sister backstage, the judges invited her to sing a song with her sister Victoria. After singing "I Love Rock 'n' Roll", they were invited to take part in the show together, reaching the semi-finals. That year Anastasiya also won the first prize in the "Moloda Halychyna" and second prize in the "Black Sea Games 2009".

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In 2010, at the International Popular Music competition "New Wave Junior 2010" held in Artek, Ukraine, Anastasiya won the first prize in the younger age group (8 to 12 years old). Her sister Viktoria won in the older age group.

In 2012, Anastasiya Petryk won the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2012 with the song "Nebo". She set new records from both largest winning margin in Junior Eurovision with 138 points (35 points ahead of 2nd. place) and largest percentage of 12-point scores, being awarded 12 points by 8 out of 12 of the voting countries (excluding Ukraine itself).


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