The final night of the International Children’s Music Contest takes place in Vitebsk, as twenty one singers compete for victory.

Twenty one singers from across the world will be taking to the stage tonight in Vitebsk tonight, for the the final of two nights of the International Children’s Music Contest at Slavianski Bazaar 2017. From the United States to Kyrgyzstan young singers aged between seven and twelve years old will be performing.

Following the first night of the contest yesterday, which saw the singers perform songs in a national language, the performers will perform a song showcasing their vocal ability and artistic skills. Their performance will be scored by a panel of judges. Each judge will allocate the performers between 5 to 10 points based on their performance. The judges scores will be combined to create an overall score.

The running order for the competition tonight is as follows:

  1. Italy – Raphael
  2. Ukraine – Hanna Komiakova
  3. Russia – Ekaterina Kretova
  4. Lithuania – Alana
  5. Kazakhstan – Yerzhan Maxim
  6. Greece – Sofia Ioannidou
  7. Georgia – Elene
  8. Israel – Tali Kuper
  9. Belarus – Maria Magilnaya
  10. Bosnia & Herzegovina – Ana Spasojević
  11. Estonia – Vladislav Odintsov
  12. Malta – Martina Cutajar
  13. Kyrgyzstan – Shamil Kyyazov
  14. Armenia – Erik Mkrtchyan
  15. Macedonia – Marija Spasovski
  16. Latvia – Liene Zegele
  17. United States – David
  18. Bulgaria – Cecil
  19. Finland – Diana
  20. Moldova – Maria Cazarinov
  21. Cuba – Erika Hernandez Gonzalez

The points from the first night of the competition have not been revealed. With the first night of the contest being broadcast this evening from 18:00 CET on Belarus 3, here. The final night of the contest will be broadcast on July 13 on Belarus 3 from 18:00 CET.

Slavianski Bazaar has been held annually in Vitebsk, Belarus since 1992. The event consists of two competitive contests, the International Pop Song Performers Contest for singers age 18 to 31, and the Children’s Contest for those age between 7 and 12. The competition is popular in the former Soviet Union, Baltic States and the Balkans. Winners include Ruslana, Zeljko Joksimovic, Donny Montell and Alyona Lanskaya. The Children’s Contest has been held since 2003 and former winners include singers who have gone on to compete in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest. This includes former winner Ksenia Sitnik who won for Belarus in 2005.