Olga Fesenko (Moldovan: Olga Fesenco) (born January 3, 1988 in Chisinau) is a Moldavian singer.

She is the winner of the 2009 Grand Prix of Pop "Mamaia" (Romania).


January 3, 1988 in the family Fesenko from Chisinau Moldova was born second child - a girl. The parents decided to name their daughter Olga. From the first years of life, little surprised those around by her craving for art, in particular - dance and music.

So, from an early age and in the next few years, Olga successfully develops her abilities in a folk dance team. Being a part of a team she participates in International Festivals and receives awards. The dance played an important role in singer’s life. However the music is ranked first.

At the age of 8 years Olga takes singing lessons and as a young performer records her first songs in professional recording studios of capital. Except that activity, little Olga makes her studies in English and mathematics. Thus, slowly but surely girl began to develop her singer’s career.

Within a few years singer collaborates with famous Moldavian performers. Among those who contributed in formation of her musical career is Michael Dolgan – deceased front - man of musical group “Noroc”. Shoulder to shoulder with maestro she makes her first performances on the big scene.

At the age of 16 years Olga Fesenco begins to collaborate with pop – singer Adrian Ursu. Olga tells him about her plans to change her stage name, to create a dance crew of 4 guys, record an album and shoot a music video.

In 2004 Olga Fesenco makes her first performance under her new name – ALEXA. During the next 5 years singer releases 3 albums, takes 5 videos, repeatedly participates in the National final of Eurovision Song Contest, except that she represents her country at various competitions, national and international festivals.

Frist singer’s album “Un sărut” was released in 2004. Working on the album Olga actively collaborates with Adrian Ursu. Soon promo track “Dansează toţi băieţii” enters the main tops of country’s radios. It promotes the creation of video. In 2005 Alexa begins to work on new album in style of R’n’B. She actively collaborates with Donovan Knowles – producer and cousin of Beyonce. In 2007 singer begin to collaborate with Russian rapper Sereoga. They record a song “Pozovi menya”. Soon after the official release of the song and video, single enters the tops Moldavian, Russian and Ukranian radios.

In 2009 Alexa together with her managers decide to make a rebranding, which included changing of name, musical style and scenic image. The team takes a decision and Alexa became KARIZMA. Also, this year the singer gets the Grand Prix Festival of Pop Music “Mamaia”, Romania.[1]

Karizma participated in many music festivals in Europe ( France, Belgium, Russia, Ukraine, Romania).

Recently, the singer began an active collaboration with the artist, DJ, singer and producer John Puzzle. After recording 2 songs Karizma presented her video “On my way”.[2] At the moment, Karizma is working on new projects.


  1. Stela Dănilă. "La mulţi ani, Karizma!". Adevărul. Retrieved 2 June 2012. 
  2. Anca Bejan (Jul 9, 2010). "Karizma, o altă basarabeancă vrea să cucerească România". Click!. Retrieved 2 June 2012. 

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