The international song contest called “Voice of the World” gathers worldwide children at Bucharest, to artistically face each other on the Palace Hall stage. “Lumina Educational Institutions” Foundation, in partnership with Turkceder Association organizes, from May 14 to May 15, 2016, the International Song Contest “Voice of the World”, which will include competitors of 14 countries (USA, Germany, Belarus, Brazil, Philippine, South Africa, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Macedonia, Nigeria, Romania, Russia, Slovenia and Senegal). They will come up on the stage of the Palace Hall in Bucharest, delighting the audience with their voices. An international jury, consisting of specialists from Germany, Russia, Japan, Sri Lanka, and Kazakhstan and, of course, Romania, will select the winner of the contest. Romania will be represented in the contest by Bianca Nita, 16 years old, which is student at the “Queen Mary” Art High School in Constanta. The audience will be excited to see that Slovenia’s representative in this contest is the third place winner at Eurovision Junior 2015.
Within the same event, held by “Lumina Educational Institutions” Foundation, in partnership with Turkceder Association, a song contest in Turkish will also take place, where the participants will be children from Albania, Azerbaijan, Bosnia Herzegovina, Indonesia, France, Kazakhstan, Madagascar, Mozambique, Paraguay, Romania, Tajikistan, Tunisia, and Ukraine. Our country will be represented by Robert Olaru, 15 years old, a student of the International Computer Science High School in Constanta.
In the two days of contest, our country will be represented in the jury by Carmen Trandafir, Liana Stanciu, Gheorghe Zamfir, Alin Oprea and Serban Huidu.
During these two days, spectators will have the opportunity to enjoy of traditional dances from Serbia, Kazakhstan and South Africa.
The hosts of this special artistic event will be Andreea Marin and George Donikian, a well known TV personality in Australia.
Children participating to this special cultural event have already arrived in Bucharest, together with their teachers and parents, and, in addition to intense rehearsals, they enjoy the beauty of our city these days, meeting the Romanian traditions.