ESCtakeover are proud to present an exclusive interview with Got Talent and Eurovision sand artist star Kseniya Simonova, from Ukraine. … Continue reading Exclusive: An Interview With Kseniya Simonova
Welcome back to What Went Wrong – a series where we document everything that went wrong in specific Eurovision years. … Continue reading What Went Wrong – 2015 Edition
11 performers, 6 acts, 1 final at 20:00 BST. Who will win? Preview each contestant’s musical output in depth before the show airs live! Continue reading Chwilio am Seren Tuesday night. Who’s performing?
Since their formation in 1996, Finnish symphonic power metal band Nightwish has had three different female lead vocalists. Now Floor … Continue reading Nightwish’s Floor Jansen: third singer from band to express Eurovision interest
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? Continue reading Covering the Content: Rhythmic A Cappella Choir Arrangement Found True North
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. Continue reading Covering the Content: Vocal Line and Interwoven Introductions
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. Continue reading 90 Days Until Junior Eurovision: Everything We Know
The conclusion to an ongoing discussion about “Arcade”, focusing on the harmonies and production values found within. Continue reading Covering the Content: Harmonizing “Arcade” and its Constituent Parts
In this article, we’ll dive deep into the viewing figures from this year’s Eurovision Song Contest held in Tel Aviv, Israel. Continue reading An Overview of Eurovision 2019’s Viewing Figures
Today, we’re going to be having a look at this year’s most successful songs, based on streaming, sales, chart positions and Youtube views. Continue reading Three Months On: Which Songs Achieved The Most?
Building on previous discussion on Duncan Laurence’s winning entry for Eurovision 2019, we look into its rhythmic backdrop and discuss the intricacies within. Continue reading Covering the Content: Rhythms and Timing in “Arcade”
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. Continue reading What Went Wrong – 2019 Edition
In this article, we will be providing you with all of the information about the 2019 Eurovision Choir of the Year contest. Continue reading Eurovision Choir 2019: Everything you need to know
The beginning of a series of music theory articles about “Arcade”, this discusses potentially interesting aspects of form and instrumentation within. Continue reading Covering the Content: Form and Instrumentation in “Arcade”
TVE, Spain’s National Broadcaster, has came under scrutiny for the high phone & text rates for calling in to vote at Eurovision.
Continue reading RTVE under scrutiny for very high SMS & call rates for Eurovision this year.
In this article, we will go through all of the details for the 2020 Eurovision Song Contest. Continue reading Eurovision 2020 – Everything we know so far.
It is Friday again! Today, we are going to have a look at Maastricht in The Netherlands, strongly supported by world-famous conductor André Rieu. Continue reading EXCLUSIVE: Possible Host Cities for Eurovision 2020 – Edition #3
Will Eurovision 2020 be heading to Rotterdam? Find out all of the important information in this exclusive article. Continue reading EXCLUSIVE: Possible Host Cities for Eurovision 2020 – Edition #2
After Duncan Laurence stormed his way to victory with ‘Arcade’ for The Netherlands, many Dutch cities are willing to host … Continue reading Which cities are willing to host Eurovision 2020 in The Netherlands? UPDATED