This year's edition of the Voice of Poland includes two talented representatives of the Polish community. One of them is Sabina Mustaeva, who has Polish roots.
The fate of the family of 17-year-old Sabina is connected with the tragic events that took place in the mid-30s on the Polish eastern borderlands after the Riga Treaty within the USSR. According to the estimates of Polish historians, over 100 thousand of our compatriots died in mass repressions. Sabina's great-grandmothers managed to get out of the oppression and, as a result, she first found herself in the depths of Russia to reach Tashkent, the capital of Uzbekistan, after the war. As a person born in the areas occupied by the Soviets after 1921, she had no chance to return to Poland. In the opinion of a former Polish diplomat in Uzbekistan - a very confusing story, but such was the fate of Poles in those times.
Sabina has already achieved many successes, winning the Voice of Russia Kids among others. To continue her career, however, she chose Poland, where she and her sister attend the Jan III Sobieski Secondary School in Warsaw. Sabina finds herself well in the Polish environment. He has been in Poland for a year and a half. Previously, she had visited Poland several times as part of a holiday holiday holiday for Polish youth. The second participant, Jelena Matula, lives permanently in Riga and is a representative of the Polish community from Latvia.
It is good that Poland attracts talents of this format. It can be seen that the pieces in their performance were liked by our audience, who accepted both performers and judged them like the other Polish participants.