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New Wave to open new names in music this year
28.07.2011 14:53
New Wave to open new names in music this year

International festival of popular music of young singers New Wave has been opened in Jūrmala, Latvia, this week. It marks its tenth anniversary.

The contest will take place from 26 up to 31 July. It consists of 3 contest days, 2 special event days and, the day of contest's results announcement and final concert. The contest has opened many new names such as Dima Bilan, the winner of Eurovision 2008, duet Smash, Anastasiya Stostkaya, Irina Dubtsova, Georgian singer Sofiko, Latvian singer Intars Busulis, who represented Latvia at Eurovision 2009.

This year the world-know singers Seal, Sade, Goran Bregovich will visit New Wave.

New Wave was founded by a Russian composer  Igor Krutoy and by Latvian pianist and composer Raimonds Pauls  in 2002. New wave is held in the  Latvian costal city of  Jūrmala at the concert hall Dzintari.

Author: Irina Fomina

Tags: Russia Latvia Eurovision music  

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