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03 Mar. 2023 / 12:51

Representatives of Romania, Latvia and Poland at the Eurovision Song Contest 2023 will perform in the National Final Eurovision Moldova

The winners of the national stage from Romania, Latvia and Poland will perform on March 4 as special guests in the Eurovision National Final Moldova

Theodor Andrei (Romania), Sudden Lights (Latvia) and Blanka (Poland) are coming to the Republic of Moldova at the invitation of the Public Broadcaster "Teleradio-Moldova". The artists will take the stage after the evolution of the 10 finalists of the National Stage, during the online voting by the viewers.

The guests will give interviews exclusively for public Radio and TV stations.

On March 3, the representative of Latvia is invited to the show "Live studio" from Moldova 1 TV, a special edition dedicated to the National Final.

Sudden Lights from Latvia is an indie rock band, formed in 2012. The song Aijā, which will be performed in Liverpool in the first semi-final, is a lullaby. The message of the song reflects the desire for peace, in the context of the terrible events happening at the international level. The band composed this song after a break of several years from artistic activity.

The representative of Romania, Theodor Andrei, is 19 years old and is a vocal soloist, composer, lyricist, orchestrator and actor. Theodor Andrei has won over 200 awards in national and international music festivals, with over 100 composed songs.
The winner of the National Selection of Romania was chosen exclusively by public vote.

Blanka comes from Poland. She became successful thanks to a love song, which turned out to be a simple "fake", that is, "Solo", this is the title of the song that she will perform in Liverpool. The single became a hit on Polish radio stations and also successively conquers foreign markets, was popular with the audience in Bulgaria, Serbia, Lithuania and Latvia. "Solo" has already over twelve million views on Youtube.

The Eurovision National Final Moldova 2023 will take place on Saturday, March 4, starting at 19:00, and will be broadcast live on TV Moldova 1, the websites and, the Eurovision Moldova Facebook page and the official YouTube page of Teleradio Moldova.
The Eurovision 2023 National Final will be broadcast in 10 countries, for an audience of over 10 million Europeans.

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