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Eurovision 2012: Interval Acts Announced


Eurovision 2012 – Azerbaijani officials have announced the interval acts for this year’s Eurovision Song Contest. A mixture of foreign and local stars, from traditional local music to pop will be appearing in the Crystal Hall on May 26th and at the semi-finals. It is tradition for the opening and interval acts of the final to reflect the national culture of each Host Country.


This year will see the mugham legend Alim Qasimov, the Natiq rhythm band, the Azerbaijan National Dance Ensemble, and the singer and composer Emin perform.  Foreign dancers, DJs, a music band made of Eurovision Song Contest stars, the participants of previous contests, and other popular local and foreign singers will present their shows during the Semi-Finals’ interval acts.

The rehearsals of opening show and interval acts will be conducted in Buta Palace, Sport and Concert Complex named after Heydar Aliyev and Baku’s other concert halls.

Source: Eurovision.tv

5 comments on “Eurovision 2012: Interval Acts Announced

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