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Saturday, July 23, 2011


   Fan club has meetings during which  important plans are discussed. The  main you can see in near future. I'm not going to tell you about it, cause I want it to be a surprise for all of you! But anyway I give you an opportunity to see how the meetings are held. By the way thanks Karen Khontyan for the pictures.

Painted by Tolik Chernyaev

Very soon you can see what we do during these meetings! Wait our next news!!!

Your   -`SUN'-

Thursday, July 21, 2011

final list of participants

1. Russia:
Katya Ryabova - " Kak Romeo i Julietta "

2. Georgia: Candy Group - " Candy music "
3. Ukraine: the national final will take place on 31;

4. Belarus: the registration deadline has been extended until August 15;
5. Armenia: The application deadline is July 20;
6. Moldova:
nothing was reported so far;

7. Lithuania: The application deadline is Aug. 16;
8. Netherlands:
The semifinals are scheduled for 17th and September 24th;
9. Belgium: until the 25th of August, the videos of Junior Eurosong participants will be transmitted in the programming of KETNET;

10. Sweden: castings were held in Stockholm and SVT will release soon, the finalists;
11. Macedonia: call for applications for those interested - as well as in Skopje Fest, registration for artists and songwriters are being made ​​separately;
12. San Marino: nothing was reported so far


     Today was a press conference with the organizers of  JESC 2011 in Armenia. Grigor Nazaryan, JESC producer ,  told the press that, there are several candidates for place of JESC 2011 announcers, for example Garik Martirosyan.  He mentioned that it'll be clear who's going to be  announcer in near future. It was also mentioned that nearly 500 participants will come from abroad.

     The logo and slogan of JESC 2011 are already ready. The logo is like the mountain Ararat and the slogan is


Saturday, July 16, 2011

Friend of the team!

     Each organization has at least on partner to support  in any project. And like many other organizations our team has friends too. Today I'm going to introduce you our best partner and friend-PHOTOGRAPHER KAREN KHONTYAN . 

    He has taken up photography already 4 years. Now he studies  at the Institute of Theatre and Cinematography. Future cameraman. Participated in various photo exhibitions. He will be first of those who will have a high-quality cameras instead of their eyes.
    If you want to see Karen Khontyan's works, follow the link below. 

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Candy group -winners of JESC 2011

           The all girl sweet group  "Candy" will represent Georgia in JESC 2011, in Yerevan . The girls won the national final with the uptempo and retro dance song, Candy Music.  
         The vocals and choreography were interesting .  They were dressed in blue and yellow jump suits. 
          And they are the winners of JESC 2011 . Congratulations Georgia!!! Well done!

   Georgian participants in ...
                       JESC 2008 - Bzikebi,
                       JESC 2009 -Princess,
                       JESC 2010 -Mariam Kakhelishvili  

Saturday, July 9, 2011

Always beautiful...Always young...Yerevan

    I've already told you about our country-Armenia! And now's the time to tell you about it's capital-Yerevan, which is also the largest city of Armenia and one of the world's oldest continuously-inhabited cities. Situated along the Hrazdan River, Yerevan is the administrative, cultural, and industrial center of the country. It has been the capital since 1918, the thirteenth in the history of Armenia.

   The history of Yerevan dates back to the 8th century BC, with the founding of the fortress of Erebuni in 782 BC by king Argishti I at the western extreme of the Ararat plain. After World War I, Yerevan became the capital of the Democratic Republic of Armenia as thousands of survivors of the Armenian Genocide settled in the area. The city expanded rapidly during the 20th century as Armenia became one of the fifteen republics in the Soviet Union. In fifty years, Yerevan was transformed from a town of a few thousand residents within the Russian Empire, to Armenia's principal cultural, artistic, and industrial center, as well as becoming the seat of national government.  In 2009, the population of Yerevan was estimated to be 1,119,000 people with the agglomeration around the city regrouping 1,245,700 people (2007 official estimate), more than a third of all the population of Armenia.

   Yerevan is named as the 2012 World Book Capital by the UNESCO.
    One theory regarding the origin of Yerevan's name is the city was named after the Armenian king, Yervand IV (the Last), the last leader of the Orontid Dynasty, and founder of the city of Yervandashat.However, it is likely that the city's name is derived from the Urartian military fortress of Erebuni (Էրեբունի), which was founded on the territory of modern-day Yerevan in 782 BC by Argishti I. As elements of the Urartian language blended with that of the Armenian one, the name eventually evolved into Yerevan (Erebuni = Erevani = Erevan = Yerevan).  In Armenian manuscripts, Yerevan was also mentioned as Erevan, Erewan, Ervan, Eruan, Arevan, Iravan and Ayravan.

  The principal symbol of Yerevan is Mount Ararat, which is visible from any area in the capital. The seal of the city is a crowned lion on a pedestal with the inscription "Yerevan." The lion's head is turned backwards while it holds a scepter using the right front leg, the attribute of power and royalty. The symbol of eternity is on the breast of the lion with a picture of Ararat in the upper part. The emblem is a rectangular shield with a blue border.

 On 27 September 2004, Yerevan adopted a hymn, "Erebuni-Yerevan", written by Paruyr Sevak and composed by Edgar Hovhanissian. It was selected in a competition for a new hymn and new flag that would best represent the city. The chosen flag has a white background with the city's seal in the middle, surrounded by twelve small red triangles that symbolize the twelve historic capitals of Armenia. The flag includes the three colours of the Armenian National flag. The lion is portrayed on the orange background with blue edging.

Thursday, July 7, 2011

Yerevan: The city of children

  During whole June our team was working on a video called Yerevan: The city of children. It's aim was to introduce Yerevan to Europe. This film gives a lot of information about our capital  to those who's going to visit Yerevan. And finally it is ready to be shown to the public. You can find the link below.

Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Katya Ryabova will represent Russia in JESC 2011

       Katya Ryabova was born on 4th  of August, 1997. She represented Russia in Junior Eurovision 2009 in Kiev with the song Malenkiy Prints (Little Prince) .She got the second place and she got the same total points with Luara Hayrapetyan from Armenia.

         In 2011 she took part in the National Final of Junior Eurovision again and won with the song Kak Romeo i Dzhulyetta. (Like Romeo and Juliet) and will represent Russia in Junior Eurovision 2011 which will be in the capital of Armenia -Yerevan. Katya is the first JESC star that is going to represent her country second time. Her many European fans are waiting for seeing her on JESC stage again. Will she win this time like Dima Bilan did taking part in ESC second time? We will know only on 3 of December !

Monday, July 4, 2011

Participant of JESC 2011 from Georgia

         Shotiko Shermadini - graduated from K. Photskhishvili art school N7. He completed Iliko Sukhishvili Choreographic Studio. Shotiko has experience of various projects. Shotiko is an author of songs. He has recorted 3 songs. He shot in video clips. Shotiko had lessons in Basti Bubu Studio. He plays guitar and studies piano. He dances Hip-Hop. His biggest achievement was, when he became SMS leader in the program "Formula of Success" of Georgian Public Broadcaster. Shotiko already took part in Junior Eurovision 2008 preselection, as a member of the group "Krimanchuli".