Coronavision: East London Based Artist Hosts Alternative Eurovision This Year

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Coronavision: East London Based Artist Hosts Alternative Eurovision This Year
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Eurovision 2020 has been cancelled, but one London-based artist has come up with an alternative — Coronavision.

Richard DeDomenici, who works out of Arts Admin's Toynbee Studios in Whitechapel, has launched his own online version of the international music contest, and is looking for entrants.

He's asking for people to write and record their own original (not published elsewhere) song on any topic, of up to two minutes in length, and submit it to him. Along with a panel of judges, he'll then select the finalists, to broadcasted live on what would have been Eurovision night (16 May).

You can apply to enter as any country, but you're more likely to be picked if you have a particular link to that country.

Find out more on Richard DeDomenici's website, or on the Coronavision Song Contest Facebook page.

Last Updated 12 April 2020