MOLDOVA – Happy, cheerful, funny and never stressed or tired from hard preparations, DoReDos, the winners of Sochi New Wave Festival in 2017, came one again in Athens to finalise their stage and vocal work for Lisbon.
We saw their rehearsal and we have to admit, that you may not be paying attention to the song but trust me when I say that on the night of the second semi final you will definitely be stunned and laugh a lot.
DoReDos got to learn the Greek “yes” and “no”words as Fokas Evangelinos was instructing them how to move on stage. Fokas seems to have created a mathematically accurate stage presentation idea and proved once again a Eurovision genius.
On the other hand the legend of Eurovision, Alex Panayi perfected their voices.
Marina, the “boss” of the group as Serjiu says, is always smiling and speaking on and off camera, is always optimistic. She knows she is a good singer with experience, and confirms that the band is not afraid of pressure, cameras and hard work when it comes to a hard competition like Eurovision.
Personally I was never impressed by the song but after seeing what I saw, I am telling you I will cast votes for them just for their smart performance. Those of you who think that New Wave Festival was a great entry, then wait for the Lisbon presentation!
DoReDos also dearly mentioned their soul mates in this venture, their mentor and Russian super star Philip Kirkorov and of course the man behind the entire coronation of the project, Elias Kokotos, who thanks to him, the island of Santorini featured in the video clip, another great Greek tourism promotion.
About Marina Djundiet
Marina Djundiet was born on October 15, 1986 in the town Rybnitsa, into a creative family. Her father is a guitarist and her mother danced in the ensemble of folk dances. In 2002, she entered Tiraspol’s College of Music and graduated as a professional singer. Afterwards, she graduated from the Academy of Music, Theater and Fine Arts. She loves nature, animals and sharing positive energy and good vibes with people. Martina doesn’t like aggression and hypocrisy and prefers to lead a healthy lifestyle.
About Eugeniu Andrianov
Eugeniu Andrianov was born in 1993 in the town Rybnitsa as well. He began to sing when he was ten years old: “I really wanted to sing, and the only one who believed in me was my mother,” he said. Eugeniu studied at the Tiraspol’s College of Music, and then graduated from the Academy of Music, Theater and Fine Arts. In 2013, Eugeniu won the second prize at the Slavianski Bazar Song Festival in Vitebsk, Belarus. Three years later, Eugeniu was invited to Vitebsk again, but this time as an honorary guest of the festival. The singer loves cars, and also loves to rest in quiet places where he can relax with his thoughts.
About Sergiu Mîța
Sergiu Mîța was born in 1993, also in the town of in the town Rybnitsa, just like Eugeniu and Marina. His music teacher noticed his talent when Sergiu was in the third grade. In his hometown, the singer graduated from the Lyceum Evrika and Music School before moving to Chisinau and entering the College of Music. In 2014, he studied at the Academy of Music, Theater and Fine Arts. Sergiu likes to spend time watching meaningful films.