Wow. As ever, Ukraine brought some fantastic staging to their first rehearsal at Junior Eurovision. While other acts stand in front of LED screens with generic digital flashes and squiggly lines, Ukraine’s Trio Sympho-Nick brings props and stand in front of a screen that actually tells a story — one of the coming of spring (and, allegorically, the return of peace and stability to Ukraine). They walk into stage in blue ethereal dresses, each grasping giant green leaves. The backdrop begins all dark and mysterious, with a giant vine growing to the heavens Jack-and-the-Beanstalk-style. Eventually spring arrives—along with rainbow colours and fluffy white clouds. It’s full of pastels, like a cotton candy factory exploded outside of Kyiv. We are feeling this, and starting to think that the voters in our Junior Eurovision poll have things right!

Sympho-Nick’s First Rehearsal

#ukraine’s Trio Sympho-Nick have some amazing staging at #jesc #jesc2014 #junioreurovision #Eurovision

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Photo: Elena Volotova/Maria Mifsud – EBU

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JeanM.
JeanM.
6 years ago

I love this song! Thank you wiwibloggs for also following JESC I’m seriously hooked now.

Joyc
Joyc
6 years ago

Was there a giant on stage to:)))

Britz26
6 years ago

Still my winner! Wonderfull !!! 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂

Donna
Donna
6 years ago

If I’m not mistaken, I think Sympho-Nick just sang in English for the first two lines of the second chorus, something we have not heard of in the National Finals version of the song or even in the song’s studio version.

Calvin
Calvin
6 years ago

On the plus side, they’re like butterflies spinning around a sword as if to dare. However, if you ask me, they should have stayed up high.

In all seriousness, this is wonderful (you finally got me into JESC, Wiwi!).