• Toše Proeski

    Toše Proeski

    Todor Proeski (Macedonian: Тодор "Тоше" Проески [ˈtɔʃɛ ˈprɔɛski ] ( listen ); 25 January 1981 – 16 October 2007) was a Macedonian multi-genre singer, songwriter and actor. He was popular across the Balkans and was considered a top act of the local Macedonian music scene. He was dubbed the "Elvis Presley of the Balkans " by BBC News. He died in a car crash on the Zagreb–Lipovac A3 highway, near Nova Gradiška in Croatia at the age of 26.

  • Life (Tose Proeski song)

  • The Hardest Thing (Toše Proeski song)

    "The Hardest Thing" is the first posthumous single released by Macedonian pop musician, Toše Proeski, from his English-language album of the same name, The Hardest Thing . The song premiered on the 12th annual Croatian Radio Festival on 31 May 2008.

  • Life (Toše Proeski song)

    Life (Toše Proeski song)

    "Life" was the Macedonia's entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 2004, performed in English (the first time the Macedonian entry had not featured at least some of the country's native language) by Toše Proeski. A full Macedonian language version was recorded as "Angel si ti". In the Macedonian national finals, all Proeski's songs were performed in Macedonian.

  • Life (Tose Proeski song)

  • Music School "Toše Proeski"

    Music School "Toše Proeski"

    The Music School (Macedonian: Музичко Училиште – Битола, Muzičko Učilište – Bitola) is a state school that is located in Bitola, North Macedonia. Home to a population of over 1500 students, it is one of the most popular schools for music in the former Yugoslavia and Balkans. It provides a full education which includes solfege, music theory, and music history. It has produced some of the best-known musicians in the country such as Toše Proeski, Marijan Stojanovski, Lambe Alabakoski, Tanja Tzarovska, Karolina Gočeva, Dimitar Andonovski and Hristijan Spirovski.

  • Music School "Tose Proeski"

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