Kare Kauks

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Kare-Ülli Kauks (Kare-Ülli Orav bi marriage; born 2 Juin 1961 in Kehra[1]) is an Estonie sangster an muisic teacher.

Career[eedit | eedit soorce]

Kare Kauks haes been vocal-coached bi Heidy Tamme at the pop depairtment o Tallinn Muisic Schuil. As a promisin jazz vocalist, she pairticipatit in several jazz festivals in early 1980s, includin the ane in Tbilisi.

In 1986, Kare Kauks became the soloist o the extremely popular Estonie rock baund Mahavok. In Ware 1987, Mahavok wan the grand prix baith on Tartu Pop Muisic Festival, an on Jūrmala festival in Latvie wi the sang "Mägede hääl" ("Voice o the Muntains") which brocht the group attention throuoot the Soviet Union. The record company Melodia released an album bi Mahavok, which sauld well athort the USSR.

Durin the 1990s, Kare Kauks wis rarely seen on stage for devotin hersel tae faimily insteid. In 2001, however, she played the role o Fantine in the Estonie production o the muisical Les Misérables in Tallinn.

In 2002, Mahavok released a double compilation album o greatest hits for the baund's twintiet anniversar an performit some concerts. They reunitit again a few years later, when the foonder an leader o the group, Heini Vaikmaa, celebratit his 50t birthday, an Mahavok haes continued performin syne then.

Personal[eedit | eedit soorce]

Kare Kauks is marriet tae the diplomat an lawyer Indrek Orav; they hae twa dochters an live in Tallinn.

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. "Kare Kauks 1983 Kehra /Tallinn" (in Estonian). Estonian Bands Database. 2009-06-26. Retrieved 27 March 2010. 

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