The article was published in the paper-issue of Serbian newspaper “Blic”
English translation by Karolina Pavlov
Alexander Rybak: Serbs are talented and very open.
A charismatic star from Norway, Alexander Rybak, yesterday arrived in Novi Sad. Young violinist, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2009 in Moscow, says that he’s happy that he has a chance to perform in our country.
Continue reading Article about Alexander Rybak’s performance in Novi Sad from Serbian newspaper “Blic”
Article from www.blic.rs, published on August 21st, 2012
Text by Lj. Popadić, Foto by Robert Getel
Link to the sourse: http://www.blic.rs/Kultura/Vesti/338836/Aleksandar-Ribak-nastupio-na-festivalu-Cantat-Novi-Sad-2012
Translated by Karolina Pavlov, revised by Lillian Llwellyn.
Alexander Rybak performed in the festival “Cantat Novi Sad 2012”
– Good evening Novi Sad, my name is Alexander, and tonight we will all have a good time, – said charismatic Alexander Rybak from Norway, after he sang the song “Something Stupid” with the singer Bojana Stamenov.
Young artist performed in the square of Novi Sad within the festival “Cantat Novi Sad 2012” and hundreds of people in Novi Sad enjoyed the several hours spectacle.
Continue reading Article about Alexander Rybak’s performance in Novi Sad, Serbia. 21.08.2012
Article published on www.oikotimes.com 10.08.2012.
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The 2009 Eurovision winner, Alexander Rybak, will be performing in Serbia’s second largest city and the capital of Northern Serbia, Novi Sad. Rybak will perform on August 21 at 20.00 CET at the Freedom Square in the city centre as part of the Cantat Novi Sad Festival, which promotes young talent. Each year the festival tries to attract big names. Last year, French sensation ZAZ was the guest of honour.
In a special video posted on the festival’s official website, Rybak invites everyone to come along and have some fun. Novi Sad, nicknamed the “Athens of Serbia”, is no stranger to hosting big music stars. Each year it plays host to “Exit”, one of the biggest music festivals in Europe. Alexander Rybak still holds the record for the biggest Eurovision win in history.
“Event” on the official Facebook-page of Alexander Rybak