Austrian national broadcaster ORF has revealed the ten songs that will participate in the national final, Wer Singt Für Österreich, which will be held on the 12th February. Nine acts were chosen internally and one singer was selected through a special Facebook procedure.
AzRaH will be the tenth artist in the Austrian national final on the 12th of February. She won a special wildcard through a Facebook selection, where she got the most likes out of five candidates.
Public broadcaster ORF has released the names of nine candidates for the national final in Austria on the 12th of February. The tenth participant will be chosen on Facebook on January the 14th.
Austrian broadcaster ORF have today announced the date for the Austrian national final for Eurovision 2016.
The Makemakes will be the successor to Conchita Wurst, having just won Wer singt Für Österreich? with the song I Am Yours. Being the host nation, the pressure on broadcaster ORF for the decision was high and turned out a great pool of talent to [read more…]
This evening is the finale in Austria’s selection Wer singt Für Österreich?, where the host nation will finally choose their representative for Vienna. But who will succeed Conchita Wurst’s champion entry in 2014? The pressure on broadcaster ORF for that decision is high. Find out [read more…]
Austria’s selection Wer singt Für Österreich? continues in the third heat of the process this evening, where the Eurovision entries are presented. As hosting nation, after Conchita Wurst’s champion entry in 2014, the pressure on broadcaster ORF for a decision is high.
Last week, Austria kicked off their selection Wer singt Für Österreich? and tonight we continue with the second heat in the process. As hosting nation, after Conchita Wurst’s champion entry in 2014, the pressure on broadcaster ORF for a decision is high.
Tonight is the night that Austria kicks off their selection process for Eurovision 2015. Who will succeed Conchita Wurst as the Austrian representative in the Eurovision Song Contest? Tonight we will be introduced to sixteen of this year’s hopefuls.
Broadcaster ORF has already recruited over 900 people as volunteers for the Eurovision Song Contest 2015 in Vienna. There will be people between the ages 18 and 73, with 33 different nationalities, assisting press and fans in May later this year.