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Sunday, 16 February 2014 20:45

Romania: Brasov Set to Host March 1st National Final

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TVR, the public broadcaster in Romania, responsible for the participation in the Eurovision Song Contest, officially brought the deadline of submissions to an end on midnight of the 14th February 2014, with the selection phase of the competition set to take place during the course of the day, tomorrow. In a radio interview, Liana Stanciu who is replacing Dan Manoliu as Head of the Romanian Delegation revealed that the national final set for the 1st March 2014 will be staged in the city of Brasov, in the centre of Romania.

Details of submissions are a tad hazy at this point in time, but nevertheless, Liana seemed to be confident that there is a record amount of submissions with renowned artists putting their name forward in hope of representing the country at the Eurovision Song Contest 2014. Amongst those who have declared their intentions publicly, there were none other than; Paula & Ovi who finished in third place back in the 2010 Eurovision Song Contest with Playing with Fire; Anca Florescu whose entry Hearts Collide is co-written by Gabriel Baruta from Hotel FM and Stefan Stan who won the first edition of The Voice in Romania and is competing with the song Breathe written by Eduard Carcota who was also responsible for Tornero back in 2006.

Liana stated that the public can only vote from the same number once during the national final, whilst the choice of the public will prove to be vital in the event of a tie. TVR will be revealing the names of the artists that made it through to the final phase of the competition on the 20th January 2014 on both their Official Website and their Facebook Page. We urge you to stay tuned to for all the latest news about Romania and their participation in the 2014 edition of the Eurovision Song Contest.

Source: FlorinESC