With Junior Eurovision season in full swing, National Finals are taking place, and Internal Selections of some of the participating broadcasters have been revealed. One of the countries that have been quiet about their participation until now is Kazakhstan. It has been revealed that a press conference will be held on the 29th of September in regards to their participation in this year’s competition.
Will we know more about Kazakhstan’s participation?
Since it was revealed that Kazakhstan was among the 19 participants, Kazakhstan is one of the broadcasters who are yet to reveal anything about their participation. No further details have been announced other than the press conference is in regards to Kazakhstan’s participation in the competition this year.
The speakers that will be at the press conference are:
- Yerlan Bekhozhin – Chairman of the Board of Khabar Agency
- Aida Tleukhan – General Producer of Adam Media
- Khamit Shangaliev – Music Producer
- Yerzhan Maxim – Kazakhstan’s Junior Eurovision 2019 representative
- Karakat Bashanova – Kazakhstan’s Junior Eurovision 2020 representative
Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2021
Junior Eurovision 2021 will take place in Paris, France following Valentina’s victory in JESC 2020 with “J’imagine”. The contest will be held in La Seine Musicale on December 19th. 19 countries will be competing in the 19th edition of the competition:
- France (Host)
- The Netherlands
- North Macedonia
You can keep up with our JESC 2021 coverage here.
Kazakhstan’s Junior Eurovision Journey
In 2018, Kazakhstan made its debut in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest, where Daneliya Tuleshova represented the nation with “Ózińe Sen” which placed 6th. Since their debut, they have participated two more times. In 2019, with Yerzhan Maksim and the song “Armanyńnan qalma” and once again in 2020 with Karakat Bashanova with “Forever”, both of which placed 2nd overall.
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News Source: Kazakhstan’s Central Communications Service
Photo Source: Khabar Agency