BUCHAREST, ROMANIA – This spring, Moment of Silence – the song which represents Romania at Eurovision, performed by Ovidiu Anton- will be played live on stages from London, Amsterdam and Brussels. Before the final from May, in Stockholm, Romania’s representative at this year’s European song contest will participate at several events for the promotion of artists and songs, which will compete within the Eurovision 2016.
“I am looking forward to meeting the Eurovision fans from abroad. The message of the song Moment of Silence is more actual than ever – the power of men is in solidarity, in the ability to face difficulties by staying united, and the concerts are a good opportunity to bring this thought in the heart of the European public” has declared Ovidiu Anton, Romania’s representative at the Eurovision 2016.
The first event, Eurovision In Concert, will take place in Amsterdam, on April 9th. 18 of the final artists have confirmed their participation at the Amsterdam concert, till this moment. Ovidiu Anton is also delighted to introduce his song to the European public and will also be present at Eurovision In Concert, where he will perform live “Moment of Silence”.
London Eurovision Party is the second promotion concert of the Eurovision finalists. Ovidiu Anton will participate at this event on April 17th. London Eurovision Party, will take place at Cafe de Paris in London, which is a glamorous and exclusivist club in West End. This year, London Eurovision Party reaches its 9th edition and it is one of the most expected events by the Eurovision fans. The organisers announce also special guests at the event from London, apart from the contestants’ performances.
And in the next period as well, Ovidiu Anton will take the song “Moment of Silence” at the Romanian Spring from Bruxelles on April 24th, an event of the Romanian community from the Belgian capital. The dates are about to be confirmed later on.
“This year, we had a strong wish to continue the tradition of the participation at these concerts and to be able to offer our representative an international recognition. The organisers are offering accommodation in the three cities, and through a partnership with a tourism agency, we have succeeded to cover the transportation expenses as well. There are two important aspects considering the difficult financial situation Romanian Television is facing at this very moment”, has declared Iuliana Marciuc, the Head of Romanian delegation in Stockholm.