Armenia: Nare releases her Junior Eurovision 2022 entry 'Dance!'

Armenia: Nare releases her Junior Eurovision 2022 entry 'Dance!'
Saturday, 12 November 2022

  • The host nation's Junior Eurovision 2022 hopeful has released the song that will be representing Armenia on home ground in the upcoming contest. 

    Put your dancing shoes as Armenia's Junior Eurovision act, Nare, is inviting us to join her dancing our way throughout the 20th edition of the contest. 

    14-year-old Nare Ghazaryan has been selected through auditions to represent Armenia on home soil at the 20th Junior Eurovision Song Contest set to take place in Yerevan, Armenia on December 11, 2022. The Armenian hopeful has released her entry she'll be performing on home soil. 

    Behind the music of the song are Grigor Kyokchyan and Nick Egibyan. The song has been penned by Grigor Kyokchyan while the arrangement is a work of Nick Egibyan. Martin Mirzoyan was responsible for the mix&mastering while the director of the music video is Aramayis Hayrapetyan


    Armenia in Junior Eurovision

    Armenia participated first time in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in 2007. The country has scored remarkable successive results as it has achieved a top 3 placing 7 times . Armenia won the contest back in 2010 with  Vladimir Arzumanyan with his song Mama. Even on their first participation, the country almost won the competition with  Arevik and her song Erazanq which finshed just one point from the top. The worst result came in 2008 with the entry Im Ergi Hnchyune, performed by Monica Manucharova, who finished 8th.

    In 2018 national final winner, L.E.V.O.N, represented the country with his entry L.E.V.O.N which finished 9th in the final that took place at Minsk Arena, Belarus. Last year the landlocked country was represented by Karina Ignatyan and her song 'Colours of your Dream' which finished 9th with 115 points. 

    After 13 editions of consecutive appearances in Junior Eurovision, since 2007 they debuted in the contest, Armenia withdrew for the first time in 2020 from the competition due to the ongoing conflict in Nagorno Karabakh (Artsakh) and the martial law imposed in the country. 

    Armenia will be hosting the next edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest after last year's victorious participation in Paris with Malena Fox who brought the trophy home sinigng 'Qami Qami'


    News Source: APMTV

    Image: Dance Music Video