FINLAND – Eurovision 2012 will be the 11th time that Uuden Musiikin Kilpailu has selected the Finnish entrant, having been utilized in that capacity every year since 2012.
Blind Channel, Finland’s representative at Eurovision 2021, is going to represent the country with the most-watched episode of UMK ever with “Dark Side.”
They ended up in sixth place, and they received 301 total points. This was Finland’s first appearance in the top 10 and its best performance since 2006 when it won the event.
Following its showing in Helsinki, the Eurovision final was the most-watched Finnish final since 2007, which was held in Helsinki.
Following the announcement of a call for dancers for the TV program, it was announced that the UMK 2022 final will take place in the eighth week of 2022, which would imply the final would most likely take place on Saturday, February 26. At this time, no venue has been selected for the event.
Any interested dancers who want to participate in the UMK 2022 finals may apply today. The dancer must be well-versed in stage choreography and proficient in skills ranging from acting to dance. The dancer must be at least 18 years old.
To be considered for an apprenticeship position, you must send your application to firstname.lastname@example.org before the deadline of 22:59 CET on October 5. Your application should include the following information:
- Headshot for a short CV
- Optional link to a video clip of your own choosing, a personal Instagram or professional website.
- For videos, please link to Vimeo, YouTube, or Google Drive.
- Contact details: email addresses (name, phone number, email)
The chosen group of dancers will be called to an audition in Helsinki on October 24 once the applications have been reviewed. Invited guests will learn about the exact time and location, to the extent possible, by October 14.
Dancers that pass the audition will be available for separate rehearsal days from late November through December, with the possibility of an additional one from December 31 to January 2.
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