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馃嚜馃嚫 Nicole Refsing to stage Blas Cant贸’s Eurovision entry

Nicole has staged multiple Eurovision and Junior Eurovision entries

Recently, Spanish Broadcaster RTVE has confirmed that Nicole Refsing will be staging the 2020 Spanish entry in Rotterdam. Some of Nicole’s work include staging Dami Im’s ‘Sound of Silence‘, and Aminata Savadogo’s ‘Love Injected, and she recently staged Spain’s Junior Eurovision comeback entry ‘Marte‘ which placed 3rd.

About Nicole Refsing and Rockart Design

Nicole started in the industry by working with Mark Fisher聽of聽Stufish, where she designed the staging for Pink’s ‘Funhouse Tour’, which grossed over $150Million and saw over 1.5Million attendees.

Since then, she also became the Creative Director聽and聽Content Producer for the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest, which took place in Copenhagen, Denmark, which saw her be responsible for all of the 37 competing artists.

“I am excited to create a spectacular staging for Universo”

Speaking to RTVE, Nicole mentions her excitement working with Blas for his Eurovision staging. She has also confirmed that Blas will be accompanied by five backing singers, in order to make the live performance in Rotterdam ‘Exciting, Ambitious & Explosive’.

“I love聽聽Blas and ‘Universo’聽聽and I’m looking forward to the process and聽聽excited聽聽to create a spectacular staging for the show in May

Nicole expressing her excitement working with Blas and his Eurovision entry. (translated)

Spain at the Eurovision Song Contest 2019

Spain聽selected Miki聽to represent Spain in Tel Aviv, through聽Operaci贸n Triunfo聽with his song 鈥La Venda鈥. As a member of the Big Five, Spain automatically qualified for the Grand Final. La Venda closed the show and managed to finish 22nd with 54 Points.

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Tim Jumawan

I started watching Eurovision ever since I moved to the UK in 2006, obsessed since 2012 and haven't looked back since.

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