Artist Profile

Martina Majerle

Artist Profile


Martina Majerle

Martina is a Croatian-Slovenian singer. She first started her singing career as the lead singer of the Rijeka-based band Putokazi before moving on to the ambient-electro-pop band Atmospheric.

She has also worked as a backing vocalist with some of the biggest acts across the former Yugoslav region, including Novi Fosili (Yugoslavia 1987), Severina (Croatia 2006), Maja Blagdan (Croatia 2006) and Nina Badrić (Croatia 2012).

Martina has appeared at the Eurovision Song Contest seven times as a backing vocalist; in 2003 with the Croatian representative, Claudia Beni, in 2007 with the Slovene representative, Alenka Gotar, in 2008 with the Montenegrin representative, Stefan Filipović, in 2011 with the Slovene representative, Maja Keuc, in 2012 with the Slovene representative, Eva Boto, in 2014 with the Montenegrin representative, Sergej Ćetković, and in 2016 with the Croatian representative, Nina Kraljić. In 2009, she represented Slovenia alongside Quartissimo with the song “Love Symphony”.

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Slovenia at the Eurovision Song Contest

Slovenia was one of three countries to join the Eurovision Song Contest in 1993. The country qualified through a specially organised selection round called “Kvalifikacija za Millstreet” which was hosted in Slovenia, seven countries competed for three spots in Eurovision 1993. The country has participated in 22 editions of the Eurovision Song Contest. Their best result came in 1995 when Darja Švajger finished 7th scoring a total of 84 points, she is closely followed by Nuša Derenda who finished 7th in the 2001 contest with 70 points. | Find out more about this artist and others like them at

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