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Tuesday, 26 November 2013 18:12

JESC '13: Impressive Start for Malta during Rehearsals

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Gaia Cauchi, the young female vocalist internally selected by the Public Broadcasting Services following her astonishing accolade at this years' edition of the Malta Music Awards is hoping to set the record for a week of firsts noting that she managed a sublime first rehearsal at the Sports Palace in Kiev, Ukraine. The international media have already dubbed her as the young girl with the big voice, comparing her to the likes of Tina Turner and Aretha Franklin. Malta has returned to the Junior Eurovision Song Contest following an absence of two (2) years and it seems that the public are content with such a decision.

At the initial rehearsal, meant to be for the setup of the lighting and the camera work, it seems that Malta has opted for a dark stage, one which envokes the emotions of the song. The lighting is predominantly purple and also features stars and buildings in certain areas. The camera work is also looking perfect. Despite taking to the stage by herself, Gaia fills it up with personality and a huge voice. I dare say that The Start is the best song that Malta has ever sent to the Junior Eurovision Song Contest and all credit goes to Elton Zarb, Matt Mercieca, Gaia Cauchi and Gillian Attard for making it possible. On Saturday, kicking off at 19:00 CET and airing on TVM 2 where Malta is concerned, Gaia Cauchi will be performing in slot number #11, the penultimate position. Stay tuned to escflashmalta.com for all of the latest news.

Source: escflashmalta.com, Junior Eurovision

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YmI8Q3cBS_w

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