San Marino – 34,000 inhabitants – faces the climb only to find One Singer at Eurovision. This is partly their tendency to be traced back to the singers themselves – Valentina Moneta, Serhat and Sinheit.
While we’re all fans of their returning artists, it’s great that the small country is doing its best to recruit new talent with its international national selection. Marino’s language.
The announcer was so excited about her that they did Post an update Three days after the launch, indicating that there were already 45 offers.
About 40% of the applications were submitted from abroad, “mainly from Sweden”. This is a reasonable one. Sweden regularly receives around 2,500 entries to the Melodifestivalen national final (and only 28 places in the competition). This makes the mountain so high that it is difficult for people without a registration mark or a known name.
The competition is open to both emerging and established, with a 50/50 artists between the two groups. These corridors can come from any country – San Marino or from abroad.
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Emerging artists will enter through the open application process. The broadcaster will hold two periods in December and January, in which nominees from emerging artists will be evaluated for live auditions.
From there, about 40 emerging artists will compete in the shortlist of finalists in four semifinals, a second chance and a final, which will be held at the Titano Theater. Companies will cover a popular song and present their selection of the unreleased song. The top nine classifications acts will qualify for the Grand Final. All of these shows will be broadcast on SMRTV.
Works in the established artist category will not be tested. Instead, nine artists will be invited by the competition organizers to compete directly in the Grand Final (a bit like the pre-qualified artists part of the Norwegian national final in recent years).
Eighteen artists – nine juniors and nine experts – will compete in the Grand Final. The acts will perform their song scheduled for potential Eurovision entry. Songs can be performed in any language.
The initial questions are, but companies going through the enrollment test phase of € 30 (by November 30) or € 50 (after that date).
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