After the first semi-final in Liverpool on Tuesday evening, Pasha Barfeni, representative of the Republic of Moldova, qualified for the final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2023 with the song Sorele Si Luna.
Pasha Barfeni, representing Moldova, is one of the top 10 finalists at Eurovision 2023.Photo: Vesa Moilanen / Shutterstock Editorial / Profimedia Images
The top 10 countries that have qualified for the final stage of Eurovision 2023 are: Croatia, Republic of Moldova, Switzerland, Finland, Czech Republic, Israel, Portugal, Sweden, Serbia, Norway.
What song has Moldova qualified for the Eurovision 2023 final?
Pavel Barfeni, better known by his stage name Pasha Barfeni, qualified with the song Sorele Si Luna.
Who is Pasha Parfeni who qualified for Moldova in the Eurovision 2023 final?
Pavel Parfeny, better known by his stage name Pasha BarfeniBorn May 30, 1986 in Orhei, and was a member of the band Sunstroke Project.
On March 11, 2012, Pasha Parfeni represented the Republic of Moldova in Baku after winning the national selection for Eurovision 2012 with “Fiddler”, making this the second time the artist represented the Republic of Moldova at Eurovision.
Moldova’s best result at this competition was 3rd place in 2017 by the band Sunstroke Project, from which Parfeni’s 2010 hit “Hey, Mom!” He retired with singing.
This is Moldova’s highest performance in this European tournament.
Which countries have qualified for the Eurovision 2023 final after the first semi-final?
1. Croatia – Let 3 – Uncle ŠČ!
2. Norway – Alessandra – Queen of Kings
3. Portugal – Mimicat – I Corazo
4. Serbia – Luke Black – Samo Mi Se Spava
5. Czech Republic – Vesna – My Sister’s Crown
6. Finland – Käärijä – Cha Cha Cha
7. Israel – Noah Grell – Unicorn
8. Moldova – Pasha Barfeni – Sun and Moon
9. Sweden – Lorraine – Green
10. Switzerland – Remo Forrer – Watergun
Romania’s best Eurovision performances so far
The 2023 edition of the Eurovision Song Contest (ESC) will be held in Liverpool, Great Britain, which is organizing the competition on behalf of Ukraine due to the war that broke out on the territory of this country.
The semi-finals and finals of Eurovision 2023 will take place at the M&S Bank Arena under the slogan “United by Music”, live and exclusively on 9, 11 and 13 May from 22.00 on TVR 1, TVR International and TVR+.
The Eurovision Song Contest is the most important international music competition organized by the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) – the largest European association of public broadcasters.
The Eurovision Song Contest has been held every year since 1956. The program is one of the longest-running and most-watched television programs in the world, and is broadcast in Europe as well as in Australia, Asia and the United States.
Romanian Television is the organizer of the national contest and has participated in Eurovision since 1993.
Romania’s best performances in this competition: twice third place (Luminina Angel & System – Kyiv, 2005; Paula Seling and Ovi – Oslo, 2010) and once fourth place (Mihai Tristariu – Athens, 2006).
Eurovision 2023 is the 67th edition of the music contest. The semi-finals and finals of the Eurovision Song Contest are broadcast by TVR.
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