Eduard Romanyuta

Eduard Romanyuta's Grand Euro Party - Live from Kyiv

Eduard Romanyuta (Moldova 2015) has prepared a great celebration and party this year called the Grand Euro Party - live in Kyiv.

Grand Euro Party - Press Conference

This event brings together artists from all over Europe, Poli Genoa (Bulgaria), Bojana Stamenov (Serbia), Emmelie de Forest (Denmark), Dana International (Israel), Nina Sublatti (Georgia), Eldar Gasimov (Azerbaijan), Morandi (Moldova), Alexandra Stan (Moldova) and Anna Nikonova (Ukraine)

Grand Euro Party - Press Conference

Held in the amazing setting of Olmeca Plage not he left side of the Dnipro river, in the resort beach area this event was the brainchild of Eduard and his team. The aim is to bring together former competitors and now friends to celebrate the Eurovision experience and perform for the public.

We were invited to the pre-press event this evening and after a brief press conference we had an opportunity to have a quick chat with the artists who were there. Complimentary food and drink was served for all the invited guests and they all seemed to then have great fun taking selfies…

Catch ups with Poli, Bojana, Nina, Eldar, Emmelie and of course Eduard can be found here

Photos from the event prior to the concert may be found here;

Grand Euro Party - Press Conference

Check back later for the filmed performances live from the stage

With grateful thanks to Eduard Romanyuta and his team for the personal invite

Moldova First Rehearsal: Eduard's love/hate relation with the police

Moldova this year has the honour to open the semi finals, so they've grabbed every possible opportunity to make a huge show.

Their singer, Eduard, is flanked by three dancers, 2 male and 1 female, who are wearing leather police uniform albeit, short trousers. Eduard spends most of his time on a prop on stage, which lets him walk onto it, together with the female police officer. Beside the prop, the backing vocals are also present onto the stage, a technique which wasn't really used last year so glad to see these people, also dressed as police officers, being given their time in the spotlight; there's two of them.

It's high energy throughout for Eduard. He has a difficult routine, which he just brushes off with ease and he's not compensating his vocals either. So a very impressive start for Moldova, for which the backdrop is mainly Red in the chorus. Sex sells, as last year showed when Poland provided us with plenty of boob, so in my opinion a good old shot of a bum cheek and Eduard losing his shirt towards the end couldn't really be left out from the performance. I like it!

So, a very solid first rehearsal, which our Ukrainian-Moldovan friends should be very very very happy with, and should also easily see them qualify.

Huit Points!

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