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Monday, 15 October 2012 14:59

Malta: Nicole Azzopardi Returning with Accolades

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In recent weeks, was one of the first online portals to report that former Junior Eurovision Song Contest representative; Nicole Azzopardi was set to represent the country once more in an international competition to be held in Armenia and whilst the young artist, now of sixteen years of age is yet to return from the Eastern country, she has picked up notable accolades which continue to add to a budding resume which will surely be garnering even more outstanding achievements in the years to come. In her visit to Armenia, Nicole Azzopardi was joined by none other than Daniel D'Anastasi who was also the Head of Press for Malta in the 2012 edition of the Eurovision Song Contest in which Kurt Calleja performed his entry This Is The Night.

The experience in Armenia has surely been one which cannot be forgotten for the young performer being awarded a total of three diplomas from the city of Yerevan as well as a super trophy from the director of the competition, Nadya Sargysyan for a stunning rendition of the Armenian song before being given another award from the Mayor of Yerevan for giving the best show during the showcase which was being held for the first time under the title Yerevan Is Calling. There are a number of companies who backed up the performer before heading to the country including Vigourous Hairstyling, Mangano Malta, Zara, Miss Selfridge and individuals in the vein of Gayle Zerafa Cutajar for his styling and Charles & Ron for their exclusive designs. In terms of vocals, a huge thanks goes to former Eurovision Song Contest representative; Glen Vella who is the vocal coach of Nicole, Elton Zarb of Freetime Studios for the prior records and Vera Boyanyan for her support to the performer to ensure perfect diction. Last but not least, thanks goes for all the members of the dance troup in Yerevan and of the judges and the respective committee. It is important to note that Nicole Azzopardi had performed the song Knock Knock ... Boom Boom! during the 2010 Junior Eurovision Song Contest, that being our last ever entry in the respective event. Stay tuned to in the coming days and weeks for more of such news.

Source: Press Release

Last modified on Monday, 15 October 2012 15:46