SAN MARINO – “Insieme: 1992” (Together: 1992) was the winning song of the Eurovision Song Contest 1990, in Zagreb, Yugoslavia, performed in Italian by Toto Cutugno for Italy, the country’s second victory in the Contest.
Senhit, who would represent San Marino for the second time in the Eurovision Song Contest, after 2011, adapted Insieme: 1992, releasing a very beautiful video clip, with direct references to the difficulties that the Italians went through during its period. pandemic. The release was not accidental today, after the May 5, 1990, Eurovision Song Contest in Zagreb.
Cutugno sang about bringing the disparate nations of Europe together. The “1992” of the title refers to the year in which the European Union was scheduled to begin operation, thus bringing the hope of the lyric to fruition. Cutugno sang the song with a backing group of five singers from Slovenia, the group Pepel In Kri, who represented Yugoslavia in 1975.
The song was performed nineteenth on the night (following Sweden’s Edin-Ådahl with Som en vind and preceding Austria’s Simone with Keine Mauern mehr). At the close of voting, it had received 149 points, placing 1st in a field of 22.
Senhit began her career playing leading roles in successful musicals throughout Europe: The Lion King in Germany, Hair in Switzerland, Fame and Il Grande Campione with Massimo Ranieri in Italy. In 2009, she performed the single No More in San Siro Stadium in Milan in front of 60.000 people for the charity event Amiche per l’Abruzzo.
After opening the national tour of Zucchero, Francesco Renga and Stadio, Senhit took part in the Eurovision Song Contest in 2011 in Düsseldorf, representing the Republic of San Marino with the song Stand By.