Bosnia & Herzegovina

EUROpanel 2019: Voting next is Dalal Midhat from Bosnia & Herzegovina

Today we bring you the points awarded by our expert panel member Dalal Midhat from Bosnia & Herzegovina.

MALTA – 1 POINT

GREECE – 2 POINTS

FRANCE – 3 POINTS

SWITZERLAND – 4 POINTS

THE NETHERLANDS – 5 POINTS

CROATIA – 6 POINTS

AZERBAIJAN – 7 POINTS

ARMENIA – 8 POINTS

SWEDEN – 10 POINTS

ITALY – 12 POINTS

About Dalal Midhat:

Dalal Midhat is a singer-songwriter from B&H with a 15 year music career. Dalal began singing at 5 in the preschool choir of her music school, and continued her music education at schools in both Sarajevo and Zagreb. Her first original song was performed in 1995 on the Zagreb City choir competition at the Vatroslav Lisinski Hall. In 1999, Dalal started a group, Erato, and is the main author of the two albums released under the MP JS RTVBiH label, “Backstage” (2003) and “Make up” (2005).

Behind her is a ten-year career in the group, with creative and business collaborations with many companies and marketing agencies in B&H. Erato won over 50 awards, including 4 Davorins and the Grand Prix of the 1st BH Radio Festival. She cooperated with multiple authors, musicians and performers from B&H and the region, most notably for hits like “Sigurni”, with Toni Cetinski (“Budi uz mene”, Hit Records, 2005) and “Putujemo snovima”, with Jacques Houdek (“Crno i bijelo”, Croatia Records, 2008). In 2009, Erato disbanded, and Dalal would go on to perform solo.

After a prolonged media hiatus, she made a comeback with a new single, written and composed by Dalal, and produced and arranged by Mahir Sarihodžić (Long Play Studio). The song, titled “Gdje sam ja?”, also has an acoustic treatment, produced by Đorđe Jovančić (Basics Studio). Dalal released her second single as a solo artist in June 2015, titled ‘Bombon’, written by Andrea Qubrick and produced by Đorđe Jovančić.

She’s well known for her performances in the Sarajevo jazz club Monument, where she also took part in the International Day of Jazz concert. She is also the only regional musician to perform at the welcoming concert for the visit of Pope Francis in Sarajevo, where she sang the famous hymn ‘Amazing Grace’.

Alongside longtime friend and singer Deen, cellist Ana Rucner and rapper Jala, Dalal represented B&H at the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest with the internationally popular song „Ljubav je“ written and produced by Almir Ajanovic(Studio Tempo).

Ranking:

Europanel 2019
Sweden: John Lundvik - Too late for love
111
The Netherlands: Ducan Laurance - Arcade
79
Russia: Sergey Lazarev - Scream
74
Malta: Michela - Chameleon
49
Switzerland: Luca Hänni - She got me
43
Spain: Miki - La venda
43
Ireland: Sarah Mcternan - 22
41
Armenia: Srbuk - Walking out
41
Italy: Mahmood - Soldi
40
Czech Republic: Lake Malawi - Friend of a frined
38
Cyprus: Tamta - Replay
32
Greece: Katerine Duska - Better love
32
Estonia: Victor Crone - Strom
26
Norway: Keiino - Spirit in the sky
26
North Macedonia: Tamara Tovdeska - Proud
26
Azerbaijan: Chingiz - Thrut
21
Belgium: Eliot - Wake up
19
Poland: Tulia - Pali sie (fire of love)
18
Denmark: Leonora - Love is forever
17
Iceland: Hatari - Hatrið mun sigra
15
United Kingdom: Michael Rice - Bigger than us
15
France: Bilal Hassani - Roi
14
Croatia: Roko - The dream
13
Germany: S!sters - Sister
12
Lithuania: Jurij Veklenko - Run with the lions
11
Slovenia: Zala Kralj & Gasper Santi - Sebi
11
Israel: Kobi Marimi - Home
9
Australia: Kate Miller Heidke - Zero Gravity
9
Albania: Jonida Maliqi - Ktheju tokës
8
Moldova: Anna Odobescu - Stay
7
Latvia: Carousel - That Night
6
Serbia: Nevena Bozovic - Kruna
6
Romania: Ester Peony - On a sunday
5
Montenegro: D mol - Heaven
4
Portugal: Conan Osiris - Telemóveis
4
San Marino: Serhat - Say na na na
3
Georgia: Oto Nemsadze - Keep on Going
0
Finland: Darude ft Sebastian Rejman - Look Away
0
Belarus: Zena - Like it
0
Austria: PÆNDA - Limits
0
Hungary: Joci Papai - Az é apám
0
Number of voters: 16

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.

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