Eurovision 2022: RAI unveiled the first designs of the stage!

RAI, the host broadcaster for the 66th Eurovision Song Contest, has unveiled the impressive stage our 41 artists will be performing on in Turin this May.

As you read in our exclusive article months ago, acts can look forward to taking to The Sun Within – an ambitious new stage concept based on the movements and light of a kinetic sun.

Eurovision fans will witness a spectacular stage with the ability to showcase theatrical motion, which is framed by water and will have a lush Italian garden lapping up the rays in front of it.

Multimedia artist and stage designer Francesca Montinaro is the creative talent behind the design, which will present each of our 41 participating artists in a unique way, as they perform their songs to the rest of the world.

The kinetic sun, source of spectacular movements and tricks of light, rules the stage and represents our Italian attitude: always on the move, rebellious, creative, welcoming, passionate, intuitive. We are the ones with the sun within, and this is our way to be in this world!

Viewers tuning in to the 66th edition of Eurovision Song Contest – taking place in Turin on 10, 12 and 14 May – can look forward to becoming immersed in a breathtaking new visual experience, alongside the usual diverse musical soundscape that Eurovision fans have long cherished the contest for. RAI enthuses that the stage is both classic and modern at the same time, and manages to blend the digital with the analogue, demonstrating a range of light and movement.

A positive development, of course, is that looking at the photos released today by RAI, we notice that there is a forecast for the presence of the audience, in front of the stage. Just like before the pandemic. Normalcy returns to the Eurovision contest!

Stay tuned to Eurovisionfun for all the newss related to our favorite contest!

Source: Eurovision.tv

 

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