Junior Eurovision Song Contest (2004)

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The Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2004 was the second Eurovision Song Contest for young singers aged 8 to 15. It was held on November 20, 2004, in Håkons Hall, Lillehammer, Norway with a ... See full summary »

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Cast

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Andreas Kefalas ...
Himself - Performer: Greece (as Secret Band)
Giorgos Kotsougianis ...
Himself - Performer: Greece (as Secret Band)
Antonis Skrivanos ...
Himself - Performer: Greece (as Secret Band)
Timothy J. Aguis ...
Himself - Dancer: Malta (as Young Talent Team)
Charlotte Debattista ...
Herself - Performer: Malta (as Young Talent Team)
Josef Aguis Degabriele ...
Himself - Dancer: Malta (as Young Talent Team)
Elaine Falzon ...
Herself - Dancer: Malta (as Young Talent Team)
Marilena Gauci ...
Herself - Performer: Malta (as Young Talent Team)
Rodney Gauci ...
Himself - Backing Vocals: Malta (as Young Talent Team)
Julian Muscat ...
Himself - Dancer: Malta (as Young Talent Team)
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Herself - Backing Vocals: Malta (as Young Talent Team)
Nicky Bruin ...
Herself - Performer: The Netherlands (as Klaartje & Nicky)
Klaartje Meulemeesters ...
Herself - Performer: The Netherlands (as Klaartje & Nicky)
Demis Mirarchi ...
Himself - Performer: Switzerland
Aleksander Moberg ...
Himself - Performer: Norway (as @lek)
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The Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2004 was the second Eurovision Song Contest for young singers aged 8 to 15. It was held on November 20, 2004, in Håkons Hall, Lillehammer, Norway with a live television show of 2 hours and 15 minutes presented by Stian Barsnes Simonsen and Nadia Hasnaoui. Written by JESC Fan

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20 November 2004 (Norway)  »

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Europeiska melodifestivalen junior  »

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Trivia

18 countries participated, and France and Switzerland participated for the first time. See more »

Connections

Followed by Avro Junior Songfestival 2007 (2007) See more »

Soundtracks

Balts Vai Melns
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Performed by Martins Talbergs & C-Stones Juniors
Written by Martins Talbergs
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Junior Eurovision 2004
27 June 2005 | by (Romania) – See all my reviews

I closely watched Junior Eurovison 2004 and the events preceding it. It was a beautiful show and i really enjoyed listening to so many young but great voices. About the singers. Most of all i liked Noni Razvan Ene who, i think, should have been the winner. His voice is remarkable. I also liked Thomas (from France) and Cool Kids (Denmark). Maria Isabel's song, though a good one, sounded too commercial and too much a copy of "Asereje". However it was Junior Eurovision's viewers decision so i respect it. Junior Eurovision is a great show, a possibility to watch mostly non-commercial stuff and also a way to entertain yourself with real musical talents. I think soon it will be as valuable as the "big" Eurovision. Keep your eyes close for this year's edition in Hasselt, Belgium.


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