Welcome back to What Went Wrong – a series where we document everything that went wrong in specific Eurovision years. In this second edition, we’re travelling back to 2015, where the contest was held in Vienna, Austria. You can read the previous edition here. Date Change The 2015 Eurovision Song Contest was initially going to…
Ukrainian sand artist Kseniya Simonova places third in Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions.
RIK, the Cypriot national broadcaster, has revealed that after Eleni Foureira with “Fuego” and Tamta with “Replay”, they are bound to send a male act to represent the island in Rotterdam.
Today, the European Broadcasting Union confirmed that Turkey had not submitted an application to participate in the upcoming Eurovision Song Contest.
The United Kingdom’s broadcaster, BBC, has officially cancelled Eurovision: You Decide.
10 choirs, one to represent at the World Choir Games 2020. What happened with the rhythm, expression, and arrangement choices to make Vocal Line stand out?
Icelandic broadcaster RÚV officially confirmed their participation for the 2020 Eurovision Song Contest and also confirmed information regarding their national selection, Söngvakeppnin.
The song portal for the 2020 Australia Decides selection is now open.
After winning Eurovision Choir of the Year, Danish choir Vocal Line will go to Belgium for the 2020 World Choir Games. Let’s start at the beginning of their music journey in Gothenburg, a very good place to start.
The winning bid book by Rotterdam has been published to the public in English and Dutch.
The European Broadcasting Union and this year’s three Dutch broadcasters have announced that Rotterdam will host the 2020 Eurovision Song Contest. Rotterdam and the Rotterdam Ahoy have been announced as the hosting city and venue for next year’s Eurovision Song Contest. The city was shortlisted from five Dutch cities to two, beating Maastricht to the…
It’s less than 90 days until the 2019 Junior Eurovision Song Contest. In this article, we’ll review everything we know so far and everything we expect to be revealed soon.
The conclusion to an ongoing discussion about “Arcade”, focusing on the harmonies and production values found within.
Building on previous discussion on Duncan Laurence’s winning entry for Eurovision 2019, we look into its rhythmic backdrop and discuss the intricacies within.
The 2019 Eurovision Choir contest will take place tomorrow in Gothenburg. We have a sneak preview of the stage design and behind the scenes work.
Today, we begin our new exciting series documenting everything that went wrong in specific years or circumstances. We’re looking at the 2019 contest, which took place in Tel Aviv.
On Saturday the 20th of June, Saara Aalto performed at Newcastle’s inaugural ‘Northern Pride’.
The beginning of a series of music theory articles about “Arcade”, this discusses potentially interesting aspects of form and instrumentation within.
Today, we are launching our brand new live-tweeting & update service, Tweet Takeover.
We interviewed Swiss Eurovision 2018 stars Zibbz, made up of Corinne and Stefan Gfeller. Check out the interview below.