#MondayMemories: Luxembourg

Every Monday for the next few weeks, we will be looking back at former participating nations at the Eurovision Song Contest. This week, we look back at Luxembourg, a country that competed 37 times – the last in 1993, when Eastern expansion started to take place. Luxembourg debuted […]

#ESC19: Austria NOT Israel?

Our friends over at Eurovoix have reported earlier today that we could possibly see the 2019 edition. of the Eurovision Song Contest held in Austria – well that’s according to one of the 1999 Contest Producers Araleh Goldfinger. Araleh Goldfinger explained the following after mentioning no government interference […]

#EYM18: Belgium & Malta Selects

Confirmation of another two artists taking part in this year’s Eurovision Young Musicians, in Edinburgh this August have been announced. The Belgium broadcaster RTBF, have selected Alexandra Cooreman as their entrant at this year’s Contest. Alexandra, a 15 year old, will be playing the Violin in hope of […]

#CHOIR19: Wales Confirms

S4C have announced their participation in next year’s Eurovision Choir Of The Year. Cor Cymru 2019 will once again double up as the selection process for the European competition, following the successful double up with Cor Cymru 2017. For four of the categories, submissions are open until the […]

#EYM18: Albania Selects

Albania will debut at this year’s Eurovision Young Musicians in Edinburgh. On Monday night Klaudio Zoto won the Albanian National Final and will go on to represent his country in Edinburgh, in August. The 15 year old will perform on the Cello. Author: Richard Taylor Source: Eurovoix

#JESC18: Ireland Confirms

Yesterday, TG4 published on their official Junior Eurovision Song Contest Twitter feed, a message to say details on this year’s Contest were to follow. Although it is yet to be confirmed, it is expected the National Selection process used since 2015 will be implemented once again. Ireland was […]