Tbilisi 2017

Armenia: Misha selected for Tbilisi

AMPTV have confirmed that Michael Grigoryan, known as Misha, will represent Armenia at this year’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest in Tbilisi, Georgia. 

The song that Misha will sing in Tbilisi will premiere this coming Autumn.

About Misha

Misha is nine years old and started his musical career at the age of four. He was discovered by ‘Lira Kocharyan’ who made him an addition to the musical group ‘Voices of Artsakh’

Since becoming a member, Misha has performed in numerous international music competition. In doing so, returning to his home country with prestigious prizes.

In addition to competing, he has also released first music video back his first music video back in 2015 ‘Poqrik Karabakhtsi”. The song is about love and peace and has been popular in Armenia.

With Misha’s history of performing and competing, he also represented Armenia in the ‘New Wave Junior Competition, where he ended up being a runner up of.

Would his experience in international competition give him an advantage in Tbilisi?

Armenia’s history in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest.

Armenia is one of the most successful countries in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest, having participated in the contest for ten consecutive years.

Within this time frame, Armenia has managed to bag Top 10 results whenever they participated.

In addition to having top 10 results, Armenia has managed to achieve a Top 5 result on eight of the ten times they’ve participated. They even won the contest in 2010 with Vladimir Arzumanyan and his song Mama’.

Who else is joining the party in Tbilisi?

To date the following countries have confirmed their participation in Junior Eurovision 2017:

  • Albania
  • Belarus
  • Georgia
  • Ireland
  • Italy
  • FYR Macedonia
  • Malta
  • The Netherlands
  • Russia
  • Serbia
  • Ukraine

Do you think an Internal Selection would help Armenia score a second victory in Tbilisi? or do you think they should’ve done a national selection like they normally would? Leave us your Opinions and Thoughts below.

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