A musical tribute to the lost songs that were set to perform on 12 May.
Five songs for Roxen. Four will not fly to Rotterdam. Find out more about each song through thorough ESCtakeover’s one-take analyses!
24 songs competing for victory in the revered Italian festival that inspired Eurovision itself. Now that’s what I call a lot of music on first listen!
Seven songs, three minutes each. Who will succeed Lake Malawi as the Czech representative this year?
A musical snapshot of all 12 songs competing for a shot at the Eurovision stage in Rotterdam.
The stage show and performance complemented the music to create an urgent message relevant to the present state of global affairs. Read about how they came together.
The last of four articles covering music theory, production, and more within the Junior Eurovision songs, this time featuring Serbia, Spain, Ukraine, and Wales.
In-depth analysis of all 19 songs, this time from Albania to France.
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?
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.
Building on previous discussion on Duncan Laurence’s winning entry for Eurovision 2019, we look into its rhythmic backdrop and discuss the intricacies within.