The show is about children who are left without parental care and who are fond of dancing. Several well-known artists supports the participants in the different epiosdes, and in this episode Alexander supports the 16-year old Alina Grevtseva, by playing when she dances to “Fairytale”.
During his stay in Russia due to his concert on the festival “Norway’s Day” in Moscow, Alexander gave an interview to the Russian TV-channel “Friday”. The interview was broadcast in their “Friday News” Tuesday 23.05.2017
Really good show, where Alexander promotes his new music video and discusses many interesting things – the end of the world, piercings and tattoos, children from the orphanage, the name of his future daughter, friendship between a boy and a girl, the craziest thing he’s ever done in his life and etc. Enjoy!
Recording and subs by Sonya L.
English translation by Rozalia Muzhaeva. Revision by Marina Rolbin.
Today it was the big final, and Alexander impersonated Michael Bublé and performed the jazzy song “Feeling Good”, which he did very well. That guy can sing jazz!
The winner of the show was decided by televoting, and the people voted Alexander to a second place. So well deserved after all his fantastic impersonations. You can watch them all here
Watch his great performance of “Feeling Good” here.
In 2009 Alexander Rybak, a Norwegian with Belarusian roots, woke up famous. He didn’t just win Eurovision- his song “Fairytale” had the highest number of votes in the contest’s history. Today, Rybak has come to Moscow in order to participate in the Channel “Russia” show “One to One”. The musician shared with “TN” how his has life has changed in the last years.
Source: the Magazine “TV Week” . Author: Maria Adamchuk Translated by Marina Rolbin
Last year when Alexander was in Moscow, he promised that next time he would come, he would have a new Russian song ready 🙂 And he kept his promise.
Thursday Alexander finished the recording of the last “One to One” show, and he is still in Moscow recording the music video for his new Russian song called “Kotik” (“Kitten”). Here you can see a few pictures from the shooting, and there is a link to many more 🙂 Continue reading New Russian song “Kotik” and music video soon!→
Thanks to Alexander’s participation in the show “One to One”, many of his Russian fans have the opportunity to not only see this amazing show live, but also to meet Alexander! Some of the girls wrote very nice and touching stories about meeting him! Thank you all! 🙂
This singer has impersonated so many characters on the stage of “One to One”: Elvis Presley, Enrique Iglesias, Dima Bilan, Shura, Eduard Khil and even Gloria Gaynor. Alexander Rybak still has quite a few impersonations left to do before the final, and in the meantime, he shared with our correspondent what he’s already managed to accomplish.
Source: russia.tv. Author: Oksana Tishchenko.
Photo: Alexey Ladigin. Translation by Sonya L. & Marina R.
– What does your participation in the project “One to One” do for you?
– I agreed to do this contest because I have a lot of Russian fans. I wanted to make them happy. In addition, thanks to the show, I discovered new Russian artists for myself-for example, Vladimir Markin. After Mark Tishman sang “Ya gotov tselovat’ pesok” (“I’m ready to kiss the sand”), I’ve been listening to this song every morning. In general, the team that is working on the project is very good. It combines the Russian and European styles of working, so I feel right at home. And of course, the teachers diligently work with us and they have to endure many things. After all, we are not used to learning to sing again. It’s a valuable experience for me, because I don’t want to relax and just enjoy what I have already achieved. Even though my victories have helped me, I feel that future projects are more important than the past ones. For example, I’m currently writing a book – it’s a tale in Norwegian about a troll .
The 2009 Eurovision winner performed the song with which Dima Bilan triumphed in 2008.
Article was published on super.ru. Photos: Weit media. Translation by Sonya L. Revision by Marina Rolbin.
Another season of the popular show “One to One” began on TV channel “Russia-1”. The Norwegian 2009 Eurovision winner, Alexander Rybak, joined the group of Russian celebrities who will get into someone else’s skin and show mastery of transformation. The performer of “Fairytale”, the biggest European hit of 2009, sang the song “Believe”, with which Dima Bilan won Eurovision six years ago.
Alexander will take part in the 3rd season of the popular Russian TV show “One to One”, which will be broadcast on the TV-channel “Russia 1”! The show starts on February 8. It will be aired on Sundays at 13:00 CET. And it’s possible to watch it online here
“One to One” is the Russian version of the international interactive reality TV show “Your Face Sounds Familiar”, which has become a big hit on TV for the last two years. This is a show of transformations, whose participants will impersonate legendary artists of the past and present and perform their most iconic hits live on stage.
In June, Alexander visited the studio of a very popular Russian musical TV-channel during his promotional tour in support of his soundtrack “Into a Fantasy” to the movie “How to Train Your Dragon 2”, where he answered fans’ questions in live video chat. Very interesting and funny interview 🙂
Upload by Hilde M. English translation and subs by Marina Rolbin.
English translation by Zhanna Sergueeva. English revision by Anni Jowett.
Alexander Rybak has mastered the PlayStation of metallurgists.
Alexander Rybak has mastered the PlayStation of white metallurgists and found where the iPad is sharpened. Recently the winner of “Eurovision” visited the educational centre of CTRP (Chelyabinsk Tube Rolling Plant), where he had a tour and even got to sit at a student desk. However the musician and singer still doesn’t wish to learn the profession of metallurgist while noting: “But I’m glad they (metallurgists) exist.” And the educational centre, Alexander Rybak compared it to “Jurassic Park”, “I see that many doors are closed to us, it is exactly like in Jurassic Park. If suddenly the electricity stops working here, then suddenly all the doors will open and all the students will run to us. “
Videos from Alexander Rybak’s concert at the City Day of Pervouralsk at Pobedy Square in Pervouralsk, Russia, the 19th of July 2014.
Thanks to Sonya Luzina and Persk.org for uploading videos from the concert on YouTube. The videos are posted in the playlist order, and only “Roll with The Wind”, performed before the “Eurovision Medley”, is missing. Sonya Luzina also made a playlist, so you can watch them all in a row.
Translation by Zhanna Sergueeva.English Revision by Anni Jowett.
Alexander Rybak: Music video “Into a Fantasy” is about friendship and mutual understanding
The correspondent of “RIA Novosti” Anna Gorbashova spoke with the musician, who visited the capital during the promo tour of the video for the song “Into a Fantasy”, about music, “New Maidan”, politics and Conchita Wurst.
Alexander Rybak was a guest in Russian talk-show “Live” on Russia-1 channel, which was broadcasted before and after the 1st Semi-final of Eurovision Song Contest 2014 on May 6th. He performed his hit “Fairytale” and participated to the live discussion about Eurovision. Here we gathered all parts with him in one video 🙂 Enjoy!
Upload, video edition and subs by Julia B. Translation by Inna F. & Julia B. English revision by Anni Jowett.
Alexander works as a translator for Solveig Kloppen in TV2’s OL-Show from Sochi .
During the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Alexander was given the job of Russian translator by Solveig Kloppen who wanted to find out which Norwegian was most known in Russia. It did not work out quite as planned.
From “Senkveld i Sotsji” with Thomas and Harald.