Today Armenian national broadcaster has introduced the Armenian team who will be performing on Eurovision 2016 stage.

Anushik Ter-Ghukasyan, Masha Mnjoyan (JESC 2008), Christina Mangasaryan, Sona Gyulkhasyan and LoveWaveÔÇÖs co-composer herself – Lilith Navasardyan will┬áaccompany Iveta Mukuchyan during her performances.

 

 

Lilith Navasardyan thanked the participants and said that it was very hard to find the perfect match, as some parts of the song were very challenging for most singers. The other names also feel so proud of being Eurovision part for their country.

5 backing vocals will accompany Iveta Mukuchyan at the Eurovision Song Contest 2016


What Did They Say About It?

Lilith said:┬á“IÔÇÖm so happy we have found our girls! All of them are very talented. They have great voices that suit this song perfectly. As for me, it was very surprising that I ended up not only creating this song, but also performing it as a backing vocal. I think the decision to include me was made because the draft version of the song was recorded with my voice and It seemed like my voice was always supposed to be there, just like the other instrumentsÔÇŁ

Anushik Ter-Ghukasyan said:┬áÔÇťLoveWave is very experimental and thatÔÇÖs what I love about it. This wave is taking all of us out of space and time, making us come alive. IÔÇÖm confident that our song will excite both the audience and the juriesÔÇŁ

Masha Mnjoyan said:┬áÔÇťLoveWave is such a powerful song. And Iveta is fabulous. I canÔÇÖt wait to see what our team will come up with for the staging.ÔÇŁ

Christina Mangasaryan said:┬áÔÇťI like how this song is both modern and ethnic at the same time. I just love how modern beats blend in with traditional Armenian tunes. And the instrumental part is incredible. I never thought that Armenian zurna could sound so melodiouslyÔÇŁ

Sona Gyulkhasyan said:┬áÔÇťI was very excited with AMPTVÔÇÖs choice to send Iveta to Eurovision. I was really waiting for the song premiere, and as soon as I heard it, I had only one word in mindÔÇŽ WOW!ÔÇŁ