Several National Final dates have been announced ahead of the 2021 Slavianski Bazaar.
Belarus will hold their National Final on Saturday 20th March for both the International Pop Song Performer’s Contest and the Children’s Contest.
Taking part in the International Pop Song Performer’s Contest are: Darya Rudko, Diana Molyavko, Alina Chizhik, Andrey Panisov, Nikita Kamadey, Karina Romysh, Olga Bulay, Angelina Vasilevskaya, Daniil Myshkovets and Darya Cheslavskaya.
Taking part in the Children’s Contest are: Mariya Alkhafez, Yelisey Kasich, Varvara Bunkevich, Anastasiya Dmitrachkova, Konstantin Mazurkevich, Nikol Yesepkina, Veronika Martsinkevich, Mariya Gulevich, Alesya Vitols and Sofiya Rustamova.
Bosnia & Herzegovina, Croatia and Slovenia
Balkin Fest, which is been held between Thursday 25th and Sunday 28th February, will be used as the national selection process for the three countries. Bosnia & Herzegovina will be selecting for the International Pop Song Performer’s Contest, while Croatia and Slovenia will be selecting for the Children’s Contest.
Taking part in the International Pop Song Performer’s Contest for Bosnia & Herzegovina are: Anja Vuklis, Irina Subasic, Mirza Selimovic, Natasa Duric, Nikolina Dekanovic, Sara Malbasic and Una Susnica.
Taking part in the Children’s Contest for Croatia are: Ana Bertic, Anja Jaram, Korina Postruzin, Lara Caric, Leda Turato, Leona Catic, Marina Mustra, Mia Istvanic, Paola Cvitanovic, Tia Mikic, Toni Hrvatin, Toni Milevoj and Ziva Feraric.
Taking part in the Children’s Contest for Slovenia are: Amadeja Urbanic Rudolf, Ekaterina Krizaj, Enej Stanovnik, Iza Vivat, Katerina Krebs, Minka Lavric, Mojca Brumen, Pia Kralj, Samuel Urbanic Rudolf, Tia Grubelnik and Vita Stanovnik.
Estonia will hold their National Final on Saturday 6th March for the Children’s Contest. Applications for this year’s National Final are still open and will close on Monday 1st March.
Uzbekistan are planning to take part in Slavianski Bazaar 2021. It is unclear whether or not the country is looking at participating in one or both categories.
Uzbekistan were due to participate in the 2020 Children’s Contest, but withdrew due to the Coronavirus pandemic. Shokhrukhkhon Khalimkhonov was selected to represent the country through a National Final.
Author: Richard Taylor
Source: Eurovoix World