Rotterdam 2020

🇲🇩 36 songs for the national selection released

Three former representatives are back!

36 songs were submitted to the Moldovan national selection and 35 artists have been invited to the live auditions.

  • Che-MD feat Irina Revenco – Adio
  • Maria Ciolac – Our home
  • Viorela Moraru – Remedy
  • Dima Jelezoglo – Do it slow
  • LANJERON – Hi Five
  • Nicolae Untilă – Call me please
  • Vovian – 10 minuni în Moldova
  • Maxim Zavidia – Take control
  • Valentin Uzun si Irina Kovalsky – Moldoviţa
  • Diana Popa – Believe me
  • Danny Cruise – My love
  • Olea Roşu – Alive
  • Catarina Sandu – Die for you
  • Ray Barc – I’m shy
  • Tudor Bumbac – Te-am vazut în vis pe tine
  • Georgeta Burlacu – Răspunde!
  • Sasha Bognibov – Big brother
  • Katerina S – We are done
  • Sasha Letty – Summer of love
  • Live Beat – Love me now
  • Valeria Paşa – It’s time
  • Liusia Znamensky – Love no more
  • Julia Ilienko ft. Mishel Dar – Tears
  • Natalia Gordienko – Prison
  • Petronela Donciu si Portărescu Andreea – We will be legend
  • Carolina Rakoviţă – Dancing in the sunrise
  • Angel Kiss – My Own Queen
  • Angel Kiss – You are my dance
  • Lavinia Rusu – Touch
  • Irina Kit – Chain Reaction
  • Alexandru Cibotaru – Cine te-a facut să plîngi
  • Midone Denis – Like a champion
  • Pasha Parfeny – My wine
  • Lave – Wildfire
  • Diana Brescan – Let’s go together
  • Diana Rotaru – Dale dale

You can listen to the songs here.

The artists include Pasha Parfeny, who represented Moldova in the Eurovision Song Contest 2012 and finished 11th in the final. He also composed Moldova’s entry in 2013. Also taking part is Natalia Gordienko, who represented the country in 2006 and Georgeta Burlacu, who represented the country in 2008.

The auditions will be broadcasted live. A jury of music professionals will judge the songs based on their the melody, the originality of the song, the vocal performance and the actual interpretation of the song. The entries will be assigned points from 0 to 12. After the auditions, the organizing committee in consultation with the jury will decide whether another selection stage will be organized.

What do you think about the songs in Moldova? Let us know below or on social media @ESCXTRA!

Sami Luukela

I started watching Eurovision back in 2006, when I was only 10 and couldn't stay up to see Lordi winning. I attended my first contest in 2013 in Malmö and been to all the contests ever since. I'm studying journalism and I love music — you will probably never see me without my headphones on.

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