Estonia 2017: ERR reveals the Eesti Laul participants

ESTONIA – Despite the poor results in the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest, Estonia is not giving up and with an excitement announcement ERR presented the qualifiers for the 2017 edition of Eesti Laul, the show through which the country will decide its participant and song for Kyiv. There were 242 submissions from which 20 qualified for the semi finals by an expert panel with electronic music been the current trend in the submissions as Andres Carpenter stated. THE PARTICIPANTS Lenna Kuurmaa ... | read the full story here

November 8, 2016 7:06 pm // 0 Comments

The latest from Estonia and Moldova plus two new song releases

ESTONIA – Been last in the first semi final in 2016 seem to have waken up the Estonian national broadcaster, who is seeking the best entry to send it to Kyiv for the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest. While 238 entries submitted in 2016 for Eesti Laul, this year 242 entries submitted to ERR. A jury made of music industry professionals will evaluate the submissions and on November 8th the broadcaster will announce the 20 finalists for Eesti Laul 2017 during the TV show Ringvaade. The semi ... | read the full story here

November 2, 2016 2:31 pm // 0 Comments

Estonia 2017: ERR opens Eesti Laul submissions

ESTONIA – Estonia’s national selection for the Eurovision Song Contest, Eesti Laul, is back and ERR opened the submissions for those interested to participate. This year Estonian and international composers can submit songs (as long as they are co-authors with an Estonian composer) “We open the door to foreign authors initially cautiously, not to be flooded routines pop music, which does not have to Estonia no connection,” explained executive producer Mart Normet, and ... | read the full story here

September 7, 2016 11:41 am // 0 Comments

Unbelievable! Eesti Laul 2017 tickets to go on sale May 5th!

TALLINN, ESTONIA – In the space of just eight years, Eesti Laul has grown into one of the most important events in the Estonian musical calendar. Now fans can seize their opportunity earlier than ever to watch the 2017 show in person, as tickets go on sale on the 5th of May. This year saw Eesti Laul grow bigger than ever as Jüri Pootsmann won the ticket to Stockholm, in front of a sold out crowd in the Saku Suurhall, Estonia’s biggest indoor arena and venue of the 2002 Eurovision ... | read the full story here

May 1, 2016 11:28 am // 0 Comments

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