“People think that happiness is when you shine on stage, when you have an enormous amount of supporters and many friends,” says Norwegian Eurovision singer Alexander Rybak. “Yes, it can be so, but you always have to ask at what price? It can be achieved with great effort. And you have to like all this effort, only then can good music be born.”– Alexander Rybak
Upload and subs by Julia Bezbakh, English translation by Tessa Lande, English revision by Anni Jowett, Russian translation by Sonya Luzina, Romanian translation by Laura Ser.
Alexander Rybak on the radio “Raduga”, Klaipeda, Lithuania 14.03.2013.
Recording and subs by Sonya Luzina, English translation by Zhanna Sergueeva, English revision by Anni Jowett and Katie Anderson
Surprise: A. Rybak sings with the charming I. Jankauskaite
The source www.delfi.lt 13.03.2013, photo by © DELFI montažas
Translation by Erika Jasiūnienė, English revision by Anni Jowett
This Sunday, March 17th, at 19.30 direct from TV3 – is the fourth largest-scale musical project “Battle of Choirs” show. In the project six choirs remain – one of them will meet their fate this Sunday. Most of this Sunday’s interest will be on – “Battle of Choirs” guest – the 2009’s Eurovision winner, Alexander Rybak arrives especially from Norway for the TV3 project.
The singer promises not only to perform for the “Battle of Choirs” viewers, he will sing with the show’s presenter Inga Jankauskaite, but also to take a position of a jury member. Continue reading Article & Video: Alexander Rybak to participate in “Battle of Choirs”, Lithuania
Alexander Rybak’s Appearance a Fairytale For Canada’s Eurovision Fans
Toronto Centre For The Arts, Main Stage Theatre
5040 Yonge Street, Toronto, Canada
Concert of Alexander Rybak and The Papaduke Band
Feb.23rd 2013, 7 pm.
Written by Arianna Brooke, photo courtesy of Aviva Klein, video by vladaceban
Alexander Rybak gracefully took to the stage on February 23rd, coming way across the pond to make his Canadian debut, performing an exclusive one-time concert in Toronto’s Centre for the Arts in North York. North American Eurovision Song Contest and Rybak fans had a chance to come out of hiding, and out of hiding they certainly came, including a duo who flew in from Texas for the Norwegian violinist. Continue reading A review about Alexander Rybak’s performance in Canada
Written by Elin Larsson. Photo by Robert Granström/Propictures.
Published in the “Folkbladet.nu” 17.02.2013.
Found by Ulli C. Translated by Ingegerd Claesson. Revision by Anni Jowett.
By the side of the Melodifestivalen semifinal in Skellefteå a concert was held on Sunday in connection with the 50 year anniversary of the Skellefteå music school. For some time 160 students from Skellefteå, Umeå and Lycksele have been learning the repertoire at their home towns to meet on Saturday to rehearse together. Also in place on Saturday and the Sunday concert was the one who had been in the focus for the selection of songs, nobody less than Alexander Rybak. Continue reading Article: Rybak encouraged young fellow musicians
Recording by Ulli C, English translation by Tessa, English revision by Katie Anderson, subtitles by Ulli C, Russian translation by Anastasia Sviridova.
Recorded by May Elisabeth, English translation by Laila S.H., subtitles by Julia B.
Upload by Ulli C., translation by Laila S. H., English revision by Lillian Llewellyn, subtitles by Julia B.