Eurovision 2022: Greece’s First Rehearsal!

The second day of rehearsals continues with Greece and Amanda Georgiadi Tenfjord entering the stage of PalaOlimpico for her first technical rehearsal with the song “Die Together”.

Who is Amanda?

Amanda Georgiadi Tenfjord is a critically acclaimed international singer and songwriter. Tenfjord spent the early years of her life living in Greece, before later relocating to Norway with her family, where she found herself in the same school class as Nordic popstress Sigrid.

She released her first EP, “First impression” under the stage name Amanda Tenfjord, from the city from which she grew up and received excellent reviews. Her second EP includes the song “Then I fell in love” which is a great radio success, remaining for over 20 weeks in the official top 10 radio chart of Norway. In 2020 Netflix includes the song “Troubled Water” in the series “Spinning out”.

When she’s not making music, Amanda studies medicine and has been doing her placement in a hospital for COVID-19 patients.

Τhe Rehearsal

Amanda Georgiadi Tenfjord is up next, singing her ballad “Die Together”. The staging for Greece’s entry is really interesting – just Amanda on the stage in a long, silvery-white dress, surrounded by fallen-over, empty chairs against a blue backdrop. There’s an echo on the vocal that feels quite haunting – it’s impossible not to watch. VERY dramatic.





Below you can watch a small preview of the first rehearsal of Greece:

@eurovision Stunning performance from @Amanda Georgiadis Tenfjord elegantly taking the stage for Greece! 🇬🇷 #Eurovision2022 #EurovisionTikTok #Eurovision ♬ original sound – Eurovision

The Second Rehearsal of Greece will be held on Wednesday 4/5, so we will know more details of Amanda’s performance on the stage in Turin.


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