PRLog - March 13, 2012 - REDDING, Calif. -- Turn on any pop radio station in Slovakia and it won’t take long to hear the name, Dominika Stará. After her memorable performance on Czechoslovakian Idol, Dominika’s singing career has been on a constant rise. Out of the thousands of hopefuls that auditioned, Dominika continued to advance in the competition until she was the last female singer remaining.
The television show gave her the platform she needed to show her country and the entire world, just how much talent she has. After the show Dominka spent two years touring in Europe and even performed for the President of Slovakia. Her latest single, “Have Some Fun”, topped Ujdeto (Czech Republic charts) at #1 for two months and now she is ready to expand her career to the United States.
Dominika recently began filming her own reality show entitled, “The Making of a Stara”. The show documents her time in New York City and viewers get to see her working alongside hip hop stars like Cassidy and watch her cry when she listens to ballad written for her by Oscar nominated songwriter, Siedah Garrett.
“I am very excited to be working in America.” says Stará. “My fans in the States have always been very supportive.”
The showcase will be held on March 21 at 7pm at SIR (520 W. 25th Street New York, NY). For more information visit www.poncinientertainment.com.
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