Russia has opened submissions for their national selection for the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2019. As in previous years, the broadcaster will select their next representative through an open procedure which will conclude on June 1st with the final show.
All interested singers aged between 9 and 14 years with or without song should send their applications no later than 20th March by filling the form available on the official website of the organiser company, Igor Krutoy‘s Academy.
When the submission period is closed, some candidates will be selected to compete in the Russian national final that will take place on 1st June in Crimea. The winner will be chosen by a mix of online voting, which will be open five days before the final, and the voting of a professional jury panel.
Anna Filipchuk represented Russia at the last year’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest. She finished 10th performing the song ‘Unbreakable’: