Dimitris Kontopoulos, along with Elias Kokotos, are once again in Moscow, possibly putting the final touches in the recording of the Russian entry for the upcoming Eurovision Song Contest. The Greek composer has just posted a photo in his Instagram account, where he thanks the Moscow Symphony Orchestra for this day of recording, mentioning day1, obviously because the recording has not yet completed.
Δείτε αυτή τη δημοσίευση στο Instagram.
This recording takes place a few days before the announcement by the Russian representative at the 2019 Eurovision, expected to take place on February 1, through Priamoy efir, a very popular show in the Russian public broadcaster.
The reports insist that Sergey Lazarev will be the artist who will represent Russia in Tel Aviv. Sergey, however, is not in Moscow these days, as he continues his vacation on the other side of the Atlantic.
Of course, that does not mean anything, since if the recording only concerned the melody rather than the voice, then Sergey’s absence is justified.
However, the Moscow Symphony Orchestra is a great success in the recording of Dimitris Kontopoulos’ song, since, according to the experts, it is considered one of the three best in Europe, with very important collaborations and with always sold out concerts.
We are very excited to hear Russia’s announcement for Eurovision 2019, always expecting big plans from Dream Team!