Sofia Feskova performed A Million Voices in Russian (Million Golosov) by Polina Gagarina (2015 ESC Russia) at a recent concert.
Sofia Feskova has released her new song Alyye Parusa (Scarlet Sails). It is a big and beautiful ballad with lovely orchestral strings.
As reported by ESCcovers last month, D2D Destiny foundation, a Canadian non-profit organization, will release a special collaboration video on 21st June featuring 4 former Junior Eurovision stars to celebrate World Music Day.
The D2D Destiny Foundation, a charity based in Vancouver, Canada will be releasing a special collaboration with 5 former Junior Eurovision artists to celebrate World Music Day on June 21st 2021.
Sofia Feskova this week performed live on the Detskom Radio in Russia. She performed Tebe Moy Blyuz (My blues to you) and also her JESC song Moy Novyy Den (My New Day).
Detskom Radio is a radio station specifically for children.
Sofia represented Russia at the 2020 Junior Eurovision Song Contest with the beautiful and anthemic My New Day.
You can see Sofia sing on Detskom Radio below.
Source: ESC Covers
As the countdown to this years contest continues, a further 3 teaser clips were released today on the Junior Eurovision channel.
First up this morning was Serbia‘s entry by Petar Aničić.
Sporting a striking striped suit that could see him in contention for the Barbara Dex award for Junior Eurovision, the teaser suggests that Petar’s staging has him alone on stage with a piano.
The teaser for Russia‘s entry ‘My new day’ by Sofia Feskova made a brief appearance, but for reasons unknown, was taken down and re-appeared the following day.
Alone on stage wearing a beautiful sky blue dress, the teaser suggests that viewers can expect pitch perfect vocal performance on Sunday.
The final teaser clip of the day was for Poland‘s entry I’m still standing by Ala Tracz.
Lots of dancers on stage here – both real and virtual! and a miraculous change of dress mid song: Hint: Expect a Bucks Fizz type moment during her final performance.
Sofia Feskova will soon represent Russia at the 2020 Junior Eurovision Song Contest with her song My New Day (Moy novyy den). Sofia has just done an interview for the children’s Teledetki tv channel based in St Petersburg, Russia.
Two correspondents from Teledetki tv, Darya Marchenko and Adele Fattakhova, interviewed Sofia and talked about her rehearsals and her plans for Junior Eurovision.
Sofia told how she starts each day and how she prepares for school. Then she goes to the rehearsal studio every day to prepare for Junior Eurovision. The school of Igor Krutov is helping with all the preparations for Sofia, and they put her through difficult but important rehearsal procedures each day to make a Junior Eurovision performance as perfect as it can be.
The 2020 Junior Eurovision Song Contest will take place on 29 November. We wish Sofia lots of luck for the competition.
Thank you to Teledetki tv and their reporters – Darya Marchenko and Adele Fattakhova.
You can see the Teledetki tv video interview, in Russian, with Sofia below and also the official music video for My New Day (Moy novyy den) below.
Source: Teledetki tv; ESC Covers
Sofia Feskova will soon represent Russia at the 2020 Junior Eurovision Song Contest. The official preview music video has been released of My New Day.
Sofia won the Russia Junior national selection back in September. The Russian title is Moy novyy den.
Sofia is 11 years old and she said about My New Day – “The meaning of the song is that one should never give up, keep going and fill every day with generosity and happiness”.
You can see the official video clip for My New Day below.
Source: ESC Covers; junioreurovision.tv