The Armenian preselection show Depi Evratesil has been won by Sevak Khangayan and the song Qami. After two semi finals and one grand final on Sunday, Sevak has gained the Armenian ticket for Eurovision 2018.
Tonight, Armenia will find their act for the Eurovision Song Contest 2018. In the grand final of Depi Evratesil, ten artists will fight for the golden ticket to Lisbon.
Hasmik Shiroyan with her song “You and I” is among the last five qualifying acts of Depi Evratesil 2018. She also took part in the Armenian Eurovision preselection in 2017.
In the last few days the semi finals of Depi Evratesil took place in Armenia where 10 artists out of 20 advanced to the final with 5 finalists from each semifinal. Our reporter Ani Shahoyan will now look ahead to that final on Sunday!
Tamar Kaprelian is eliminated from the final of Depi Evratesil 2018. The former member of Genealogy (ESC 2015) sang “Poison (Ari Ari)”, however she failed to qualify for the Armenian final. Lusine Mardanyan is one of the five artists that qualified instead.
Armenian broadcaster AMPTV has revealed all twenty songs of the national selection Depi Evratesil. In the last couple of days, the broadcaster revealed five new songs, until we knew all 20 Armenian songs for Eurovision 2018.
The Armenian preselection Depi Evratesil will feature 20 participants. Head of Press David Tserunyan released their names today in an official press release. Unlike last year, participants will perform their potential Eurovision song during the preselection shows.
Armenian national broadcaster AMPTV has announced to launch the second edition of the national selection Depi Evratesil. The call for submissions is now open. The winner is to represent the country at the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest in Lisbon.
In these weeks, we take a look at the aftermath of the Eurovision Song Contest 2017. In this episode we talk about the countries on the Caucasus and what went wrong for them. Since neither Armenia, Azerbaijan, nor Georgia reached the top 10 this year.
It is a busy week for artistic director Sacha Jean-Baptiste. This year she has done the staging for four countries at the Eurovision Song Contest: Australia, Armenia, Bulgaria and Georgia. We talked to her about the plans for these nations.