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Belarus at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest

Elizaveta Misnikova will represent Belarus at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2019
Elizaveta Misnikova will represent Belarus at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2019

Belarus has been participating in the Junior Eurovision since its inception in 2003.

In different years Belarus was represented by:

  • Volha Satsiuk (2003), Tantsuy, 4th
  • Egor Volchek (2004), Spjavajtse So Mnoj, 14th
  • Ksenia Sitnik (2005), My Vmeste, 1th
  • Andrey Kunets (2006), Noviy Den, 2nd
  • Alexey Zhigalkovich (2007), S Druz'yami, 1th
  • Dasha, Alina & Karina (2008), Sertse Belarusi, 6th
  • Yury Demidovich (2009), Volshebnyi Krolik, 9th
  • Daniil Kozlov (2010), Muzyki Svet, 5th
  • Lidiya Zablotskaya (2011), Angely Dobra, 3rd
  • Egor Zheshko (2012), A More-More, 9th
  • Ilya Volkov (2013), "Sing with Me", 3rd
  • Nadezhda Misyakova (2014), "Sokal", 7th
  • Ruslan Aslanov (2015), "Volshebstvo", 4th
  • Sasha Minyonok (2016), "Music of My Victories", 7th
  • Helena Meraai (2017), "I Am The One", 5th
  • Daniel Yastremski (2018), "Time", 11th

The prize places at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest confirm the success of Belarusian talented young singers. Belarus is the country to have won the contest twice.

The first success came in 2005, when Ksenia Sitnik with her song My vmeste won the contest. In 2007 it was Alexey Zhigalkovich with the song S Druz'yami to conquer Europe.

In June 2011, the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) chose Belarus as the venue for the 2010 Junior Eurovision Song Contest in Minsk. The 2010 Eurovision Song Contest held in Minsk became a remarkable event for the country, the guests and participants of the contest. The EBU believes that the show was fabulous: an excellent stage design and decorations, talented hosts, professional camera work, high-quality teleproduction.

Junior Eurovision 2018 in Belarus

In line with the decision of the European Broadcasting Union (EBU), the 2018 Junior Eurovision Song Contest took place in Belarus. The country played host to the contest for the second time since 2010. The popular show was held on 25 November 2018. According to the results of the jury voting and the televote, Roksana Wegiel from Poland won the contest. Belarus’ Daniel Yatsremski placed 11th. The organizer was the public broadcaster Belarusian TV and Radio Company (BTRC), the country’s only member in the European Broadcasting Union.

Elizaveta Misnikova named Belarus' Junior Eurovision 2019 entry

Belarus at Eurovision Young Musicians

Belarus joined the International Classical Music Competition "Eurovision Young Musicians" in 2010.

Belarus’ first entry at Eurovision Young Musicians 2010 cellist Ivan Karizna advanced into the finals (out of 14 semi-finalists).

Dulcimer player Alexandra Denisenya, winner of many international and national contests, represented Belarus at Eurovision Young Musicians in May 2012 in Vienna.

Belarus at Eurovision Young Dancers 2013 in Gdansk (Poland)

Belarus debuted at the Eurovision Young Dancers 2013 that was held in Gdansk, Poland, on 14 June.

Belarus’ was represented by Yana Shtangey, an 18-year old third-year student of the Belarusian Choreography College (class of the Merited Artist of Russia, People’s Artist of Belarus Klara Malysheva).

Yana Shtangey performed an excerpt from La Esmeralda ballet inspired by Notre Dame de Paris of Victor Hugo with music by Cesare Pugni.

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