MOSCOW, RUSSIA – Russia is putting together a big pre-Eurovision party which will feature a number of this years’ contestants. Ten artists from the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest will be singing in Moscow on April 24 at the Place de Paris Korston Concert Hall at 19.00 Moscow time (17.00 CEST). The party will also feature a number of former Eurostars.
Leading the line up this year are: Guy Sebastian (Australia), Elnur Huseynov (Azerbaijan), Uzari & Maimuna (Belarus), Daniel Kajmakoski (F.Y.R. Macedonia), María Ólafs (Iceland), Nadav Guedj (Israel), Amber (Malta), Eduard Romanyuta (Moldova) and Bojana Stamenov (Serbia).
Russian Eurovision representatives from previous years such as the Tolmachevy Sisters and Dina Garipova, as well as the 2002 representatives, band Prime Minister, will also be appearing along with past Moldovan entrants such as Cristina Scarlat (2014), Zdob si Zdub (2005, 2011) and Pasha Parfeny (2012). This year’s Russian representative, Polina Gagarina, who will be singing “A million voices” is currently not lined up for the show.