It’s finally here! The last song to compete at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest. 2 weeks ago, the Armenian broadcaster announced that Nare would represent the country at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2022 in their own capital city Yerevan on the 11th of December. Now we finally know which song she will sing and perform on the Eurovision Stage. With no further ado, let’s listen to her JESC2022 entry “DANCE!”
The song is written and produced by Grigor Kyokchyan, with help of Nick Egibyan on the producing and arranging side and Martin Mirzoyan in the mix and mastering department. It was also Gigor that advised Mare to enter the competition to represent Armenia at Junior Eurovision:
“I entered the contest on the advice of my producer Grigor Kyokchyan and choreographer Hovhannes Sargsyan. It was a big win for me, and I promise that I will do everything to represent Armenia at the competition with honor. Winning is certainly desirable, but the most important thing for me is to perform well,” Nare for Style.News.Am
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14-year old Nare Ghazaryan
14-year old Nare Ghazaryan loves to sing and dance, and has already participated in many talent contests. She was chosen in an open contest with over 100 contestants from Armenia and other countries. Her biggest dream is to sing on a big stage and this dream is finally coming true with her competing for Armenia at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2022:
”Singing and Dancing are inseparable parts of my everyday life. I grew up drawing inspiration from the works of many talented artists. I’m honoured to represent Armenia as my homelans is hosting the contest this year. I am excited to meet kids from different countries and show them all a colourful Armenia” – Nare Ghazaryan
Armenia in Junior Eurovision
Armenia first participated in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in 2007. Vladimir Arzumanyan won the contest in 2010 with the song “Mama.” Armenia is one of the most successful countries in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest. The country has never finished outside the top ten.
Last year, Maléna got a second chance to represent Armenia, after being internally selected to perform Why at the Junio Eurovision Song Contest 2020 before Armenia withdrew. With a brand new song, she fly to Paris to give us a mind-blowing performance of her JESC song “Qami Qami.” After 19 fantastic performances, Maléna was crowned as the winner of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2021 with a grand total of 224 points, giving Armenia their second win at the contest.
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