ARMENIA – Rosa Linn begins her performance with her guitar and her special stage prop made of paper therefore there is no big stage reminding us of the Azeri entry a few years ago. It is an effective performance, well structured theatrical and very good for TV but somehow not exactly appealing. The whole performance is actually taking place opposite the stage and it’s only the last part where Rosa Linn “snaps” the paper wall and enters the main stage fronting the audience. It’s obvious that this entry will qualify but maybe not for the right reasons! Rosa Linn complaints the in-ear sound is too loud.
ABOUT THIS ARTIST
Born and raised in Vanadzor, singer-songwriter Rosa Linn will represent Armenia in Turin. In her own words, Rosa says: ‘From the outside looking in, the odds seemed like they were against me – an unknown girl from a small town in Armenia. But the power of manifestation is real when it is combined with hard work; persistence; and just putting oneself out there. I’m excited to let people into my inner world through my music.’ Rosa will be hoping to follow in the footsteps of her country’s Junior Eurovision counterpart, Maléna, who won the most recent Junior Contest for Armenia in Paris last December. Can she manifest a double victory?