Kati Wolf's career started early: As a seven year old girl, she sang the title track of the popular Hungarian cartoon Vuk - and the whole country fell in love with her. Besides singing she also took piano and jazz dance classes and never stopped making music.
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After her graduation as solfege teacher - chorus master at the Hungarian Music Academy, she worked with numerous bands in different genres but her big breakthrough came in 2010 as a finalist of the Hungarian version of the talent show called X-Factor. Kati, who is now a proud mother of two little children, proved that she can turn to a glorious diva on stage anytime. Asked about her idols, she names Whitney Houston and Freddie Mercury, and her big dream is to sing a duet with Michael Bublé one day.
At the beginning of this year, Kati started working on her solo album. Her first single Szerelem, Miért Múlsz? became a big success immediately. The song is a composition of Viktor Rakonczai and Gergő Rácz, two former members of the boygroup V.I.P. who represented Hungary at the Eurovision Song Contest in 1997 in Dublin.
Following the chart success on home ground, the song was internally chosen to become the Hungarian entry in the 2011 Eurovision Song Contest. On stage in Düsseldorf, it will be called What About My Dreams, and Kati will perform it mainly in English language with just some small parts in Hungarian. Check out the lyrics and find out more about Kati on our official participant profile!
You can keep track on what's happening in Hungary on the official Facebook profile of MTV for the Eurovision Song Contest, and you can follow Kati Wolf's preparations for the 2011 Eurovision Song Contest on her official video blog. Be sure to also check out the official preview video of What About My Dreams below: