Junior Eurovision: Gaia Cauchi (Malta) and Krisia Todorova (Bulgaria) to compete at New Wave Junior 2015!

The winner of Junior Eurovision 2013 Gaia Cauchi and the Junior Eurovision 2014 second placed Krisia Todorova will be competing at this year’s edition of New Wave Junior!

New Wave Junior is one of the most important music festivals for young talents held in Europe. Many former Junior Eurovision entrants, like Nastya Petrik, Sofia Tarasova, Paulina Skrabyté or Suada Alekberova, took part in past editions.

This year, many familiar faces for the Junior Eurovision fans have reached the finals of the competition:

  • Armenia – Meri Kocharyan (Armenian National Final for Junior Eurovision 2014)
  • Belarus – Aleksandr Minonok
  • Belarus – Yuliya Levina (Belarussian National Final for Junior Eurovision 2014)
  • Bulgaria – Krisia Todorova (Bulgarian entrant at Junior Eurovision 2014 – 2nd place)
  • Greece – Emma Khamza
  • Georgia – Nino Basilaya
  • Israel – Timoti Sannikov
  • Kazakhstan – Daneliya Tuleshova
  • Lithuania – Kleopatra Vasilevskite
  • Malta – Gaia Cauchi (Winner of Junior Eurovision 2013)
  • Moldova – Yeva Timush
  • Russia – Dikiye gitary
  • Russia – Vilena Khikmalullina
  • Ukraine – Anna Trincher (Ukrainian National Final for Junior Eurovision 2014)
  • Ukraine – Trio Smile (Ukrainian National Final for Junior Eurovision 2014)

New Wave Junior 2015 will be held in the Artek Children Camp (Crimea – Russia) from August 11 to 13.



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    Jens Morawietz

    July 24, 2015 at 14:52

    Crimea is a part of Ukraine, not of Russia! The Russian occupation an the fake “election” were a viloation of international law!

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    July 24, 2015 at 19:46

    OMG! Malta is debuting at New Wave Junior this year!!! 😀

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    July 29, 2015 at 18:19

    Malta will win! because she is the best voice
    GAIA! <3 <3
    1. Malta
    2. Bulgaria

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