Alexander about his performance: MY NEW TROLOLO VIDEO
Watch this hilarious tribute to Eduard Khil. When I was a young boy, in 2012, I was supposed to perform on stage in London with the legendary Eduard “Trololo” Khil. Unfortunately he didn’t make it and I never got to see him, but his songs remain in our hearts.
Since I’m participating in the Russian show #OneToOne, I’m happy that I could put on his mask for a while, and sing his world known song. I hope you’ll like my tribute to Eduard Khil.
Two articles about the orchestra seminar and concert at “Midtvinterdans” in Verdalen.
Underline to featured picture: FAIRYTALE: Alexander Rybak was the main attraction at the concert of “Midtvinterdans” on Saturday night. The experienced charmer enjoyed himself together with children and teenagers, and the audience got a tremendous version of his “Fairytale”.
Published in paper issue of Trønderavisa 09.02.2015. Author and photo: Tommy Leonhardsen Found and translate by Jorunn Ekre, revision by Anny Jowett.
Alexander Rybak was the main attraction at the annual Midwinter Dance in Verdal. Almost 280 children and teenagers got to perform together with their idol on his popular Fairytale in a sold out venue in Verdal. Continue reading →
Alexander tells about his song “Accent” in the interview at the Palace “Ukraine”, where the Christmas concert with his participation took place in December.
Recording, translation and subs by Sonya L. Revision by Bita J.
Transcript of the interview:
Host: Alexander, hello! I’ve heard that you’ve become a producer now. You have your own group in Belarus, which you are preparing for Eurovision. Is that true? Tell us more.
AR: I also heard that I’ve become a producer. To be honest, I wrote a song. I have an idea for the number. I have an idea about the Belarusian accent.. you know when we sing in English, we all, Slavic people, have a funny accent. And instead of hiding it, I wrote a song about it.. the girls sing that “I will always love you, but if you take me, then my accent will have to stay with me”.
AR: I have a producer in Belarus, and he helps us. It’s he who will develop this group. I wouldn’t organise the casting and listen to 400 girls just for one song.Of course, we’ll continue to make songs for them and so on. But, first and foremost, I am a composer.