"Sofico likes sincere people and can't bear artful women and silly men. She is proud of the fact that despite difficulties, she does her favourite business. She cooks well and can cook practically everything but her borshch is always especially tasty. "
21 year old Sopho (Sofico) lives in Batumi (Georgia).
She is studying on the fourth course of musical school (piano and oboe).
She is the winner of the musical contest of young singers "School
of Nutsa - 2004 ". Sofico's teacher of singing thinks, that the girl
has very special voice, calling it "mezzo-soprano of big range ".
Sofico loves rain, calls forth the desire to create something, it is especially
pleasant for her to sing when it rains! Her favourite animal is a tiger.
Sofico prefers to have a rest at the seaside. In her free time she enjoys
roller-skating, communicating with friends and reading. One of the most
amusing cases in Sofico's life was when she was late for her own birthday
and on coming to the party saw her friends celebrating her birthday without
her! She likes to wear jeans. In perfume she likes the aromas from Gucci
and Christian Dior. Her secret dream is to become famous and reach perfection
in her profession! She dreams to sing a duet with Aretha Franklin and
She dreams of getting a song as a birthday present.
It's too early to speak about the debut album of Sofico - the actress
is sure that she still needs to work much at it. Sofico has been singing
since she was three: she used to wake up her parents and neighbours with
the song of Soso Pavliashvili "It's dawning" (which was triumphally
sung by Soso in Yurmala). Sofico is planning to celebrate her fiftieth
anniversary among the people she loves, in the restaurant on Tour d'Eiffel.
If she had to choose what to take with her to an inhabited island, she
would take a piano with her.
She is afraid of darkness. She doesn't believe in signs. She wishes she could visit Ancient Greece - it would be very interesting to have a look at how people lived those days. The contest itself, the taste of producer and the singer's own opinion influenced the choice of songs for " The New wave " contest.
"From her performance during the extremely well-staged though
Oh, and she doesn't believe in signs, so I hope she can find the arena ok.
Sopho was shoo-in for the first Georgian ticket and she perfomed a handful of songs from which the adoring public had to choose. "Visionary Dream" was likewise a nailed on chance, as soon the ballgowned Ms Khalvashi started rising on a hidden plinth, and it became apparent that she not only had on a big-top of a skirt, but also that 8 bruisers were positioned under it trying to get out. In one of the most unusual national pre-selection performances, Sopho humungous skirt was shaking like a shitting dog, whilst she tried to perform her uptempo Bjork-lite effort without dying from shame. The promo video is a far more accomplished effort, using the travalogue/national dancer approach so beloved by the Balkan nations.
It all depends on the skirt this one. The song itself is a knockabout effort, that starts wonderfully well and then tails off somewhat. The singer is a prim lass which always goes down well. But the skirt could spell doom. It didn't help Linda Wagenmakers and she disrobed after 20 seconds. I presume they won't be able to duplicate their national final as no hydraulic lift has been built into the stage planning, which is a blessing for Georgian hopes everywhere. I've predicted a final spot for Sopho, and I look forward to asking her which of the backing singers she prefers under her dress.
In a Nutshell
the philosopher says
bivalence, principle of Supposition
that every proposition must be either true or false. The status of this
supposition is controversial, especially with respect to future propositions
about human action. Thus, for example, if "I would like to meet Sopho
in Helsinki" were regarded as already true (or false) today, it would
seem that I cannot freely choose whether or not to meet Sopho in Helsinki.
Which would be a shame. Note the difference between bivalence and excluded
middle. Recommended Reading: Ermanno Bencivenga, Logic, Bivalence and
Denotation (Ridgeview, 1991)
I'll dream of tales and rhymes