Tag: Romania

EBU Statement for Malta, Romania and Ukraine

  “Due to issues with the in-ear monitoring during the performances of Malta, Romania and Ukraine at the 2nd Dress Rehearsal for Semi Final 1 on Monday 17 May, in accordance with the rules, all artists were given the chance to perform their songs again for the national juries voting on the show.” photo credit […]

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Let’s meet Roxen!

Roxen will represent Romania at the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 in Rotterdam! Larisa Roxana Giurgiu, known professionally as Roxen, is a Romanian singer signed by Global Records. Born in Cluj-Napoca, Roxen discovered her passion for music at the age of seven. She rose to prominence upon being featured on Romanian producer Sickotoy’s “You Don’t Love Me” […]

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Romania, Failed with ‘Goodbye’

The Eurovision Song Contest 2018 was the 63rd edition of Eurovision Song Contest. It took place in Lisbon, Portugal, following Salvador Sobral’s win at the 2017 contest in Kyiv, Ukraine with the song ‘Amar Pelos Dois’ (Love for Both of Us). It was the first time that the contest was hosted in Portugal, 54 years after […]

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The Humans – Goodbye

The Humans members (from left to right): Cristina Caramarcu, Alexandru Matei, Alexandru Cismaru and Alin Neagoe, in Madrid. “Goodbye” is a song recorded by Romanian group The Humans was released on 12 January 2018 by Roton. The track was written by vocalist Cristina Caramarcu, while production and composition were handled by fellow members Alexandru Matei […]

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Paula and Ovi return at Eurovision Song Contest

‘Miracle’ written by Beyond51, Frida Amundsen, Ovi, and Philip Halloun while the production was handled by Beyond51. The song was recorded by Paula and Ovi and has been released in February 2014. “Miracle” has been described as a love-themed dance and Eurodance recording, featuring techno beats and a piano in its instrumentation. During the song’s […]

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‘Zaleilah’ at 2012 Eurovision Song Contest

The Romanian entry for Eurovision Song Contest 2012, ‘Zaleilah’, was recorded by the Romanian band Mandinga. The song was written by Costi Ioniță along with band lead singer Elena Ionescu and member Omar Secada and has been described as Latin-influenced, with other inspirations including Balkanic, Cuban, Gypsy and salsa music it is also a bilingual love song performed […]

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‘The Balkan Girls’ by Elena Gheorghe

Elena Gheorghe representing Romania will sing ‘The Balkan Girls’ at the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest.   The Balkan Girls is recorded by the Romanian singer Elena Gheorghe. The song was written by Laurenţiu Duţă and Alexandru Pelin while the production was handled by Ovidiu Bistriceanu, Laurenţiu Duţă, and Daris Mangal. The song is a folk-influenced dance-pop […]

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Romania on the 43rd Eurovision Song Contest

Romania was represented on the 43rd edition of Eurovision Song Contest by the Romanian singer Mălina Olinescu with the song called: ‘Eu cred’- “I believe”, the song was written by Liliana Ștefan and the producer of the song is Adrian Romcescu. The National Selection (Selecția Națională) was held by the TVR on the 14th March […]

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