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vinipereira

Totallympics Annual International Song Contest 2018

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Where Are They Now?

 

We come to the end of our "Where Are They Now?" series and to play us out we look back at the original TISC Annual artists from :ESP  :SLO  :SWE  and :GRE.

 

Pablo Alboran was the first ever TISC representative from Spain and he is also part of our Festival of Music this year. Meanwhile Greece's Sakis Rouvas goes one step further as not only did he represent his country at the first TISC Annual back in 2014, he returns to compete once again at this year's TISC Annual in Brazil - his third appearance at TISC.

 

Thanks for taking the time to share in these memories, hope you enjoyed the series :)

 

 

 

 

spain-flag-animation.gif   Spain

Song: Éxtasis

Artist: Pablo Alboran

 

 

 

Song: Saturno

Artist: Pablo Alboran

 

 

 

 

slovenia-flag-animation.gif Slovenia

Song: Men Si Fensi

Artist: Manouche

 

 

 

Song: Granata

Artist: Manouche

 

 

 

 

 

sweden-flag-animation.gif Sweden

Song: Om du Vill Vara Med Mig

Artist: Melissa Horn

 

 

 

Song: Du går nu

Artist: Melissa Horn

 

 

 

 

 

greece-flag-animation.gif Greece

Song: Mia Chara Na Pernas

Artist: Sakis Rouvas

 

 

 

Song: Zitima Zois

Artist: Sakis Rouvas

 

 

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Melissa Horn, pleasant re-discovery! Thank you Dan for these posts :yes 

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As preparations are a little behind right now, the organizing committee has to move up the starting time of both the TISC Jubilee Gala Event (to happen this Thursday) and the Opening Ceremony (Friday) a little bit from 15h00 local time to 17h00. As the events are happening in Brazil, it only makes sense that the ceremonies are at least partially held in the evening. We thank you all for the patience and hope for a great weekend of music celebration!

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5 hours ago, vinipereira said:

As preparations are a little behind right now, the organizing committee has to move up the starting time of both the TISC Jubilee Gala Event (to happen this Thursday) and the Opening Ceremony (Friday) a little bit from 15h00 local time to 17h00. As the events are happening in Brazil, it only makes sense that the ceremonies are at least partially held in the evening. We thank you all for the patience and hope for a great weekend of music celebration!

It's in Brazil, I'm used to things being an hour or two later than expected after 9 years of experience with Brazilian people :evil:

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5 hours ago, heywoodu said:

It's in Brazil, I'm used to things being an hour or two later than expected after 9 years of experience with Brazilian people :evil:

 

Calm down Beyoncé. It's not like this is the Grammys or something.

 

Joking aside, I had an emergency at work today, so that + planning 2 ceremonies is a LOT. I don't like to start anything late, so better change the time in advance.

 

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 Totallympics Annual International Song Contest 

 Countdown to Brazil 2018 

 

:cheer::cheer::cheer::cheer::cheer:

 

 

days to go....

 

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TISC and the number 2:

 

  • 2 - is the number of times that Great Britain has lifted the TISC trophy.
  • 2 - is the number of times Germany, Italy, Colombia and France have each finished on the TISC podium.
  • 2 - is the number of times that Ireland has hosted TISC.
  • 2 - is the number of times that Australia, Latvia and Montenegro have each participated at TISC.
  • 2 - is the number of nations from Oceania that have participated at TISC.
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Didn't really have enough time to sit down and evaluate the festival of music songs :rolleyes: but I can say that I like Australia, since I listen to Troye Sivan from time to time :d

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5 hours ago, vinipereira said:

 

Calm down Beyoncé. It's not like this is the Grammys or something.

If it was, it wouldn't be a big deal. This is TAISC man! 

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