EUROPanel 2018: Voting next is Dalita Avanessian from Armenia

Today we bring you the points awarded by our expert panel member Dalita Avanessian from Armenia.

France – 1 point

Malta – 2 points

Russia – 3 points

Italy – 4 points

Bulgaria – 5 points

FYR Macedonia – 6 points

Czech Republic – 7 points

Norway – 8 points

Sweden – 10 points

Israel – 12 points

About Dalita Avanessian:

Dalita Artin Avanesian (Դալիթա Արթին Ավանեսյան); born 19 September 1999, Tehran-Iran) is Armenian singer, participant of Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2011. She is now a student in “American University of Armenia” College of Science and Engineering’s Computer Sciences Bachelor’s program. She graduated from Management Department of “European College in Armenia” Simultaneously, she studied in the “Jazz-Vocal Department” of Yerevan Specialized Music School № 1 after Alexander Spendiaryan having already graduated from three departments of the latter; these being that of Classic Vocal, Piano and Guitar.

Her songs and video clips, have been included in various musical collections, in CD, DVD versions. In November 2015 she released her first album “Welcome to Armenia”, which was the name of her song in Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2011. When talking about her greatest passion – music, she has been awarded numerous diplomas of honors and certificates of appreciation by different ministries, including the RA Ministry of Education and Science, the RA Ministry of Culture, the RA Ministry of Diaspora, the RA Ministry of Defense and the Honorary Chairperson of the Armenian Foundation “Grant Life”, the First Lady of Republic of Armenia for her humanitarian and public activities, good will and active participation in charity work.

What’s EUROPanel?

EUROpanel is an ESCplus Network feature which brings former Eurovision and national selection participants together to create an annual pan-European scoring of the contest.

You can visit the official website of EUROpanel and find out more about this year’s expert panel by clicking here.

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