“Apricot Stone”, performed by Eva Rivas and written by Armen Martirosyan with lyrics by Karen Kavaleryan, is Armenia’s 5th entry at the Eurovision Song Contest. The song will be competing in the 2nd Semi-Final on May 27th, at starting position #2.
Read more and check out the Armenian preview clip…
“Apricot Stone”, performed by Eva Rivas and written by Armen Martirosyan with lyrics by Karen Kavaleryan, is Armenia’s 5th entry at the Eurovision Song Contest, since the country made its debut in 2006 with André and “Without Your Love”.
Armenia will be competing in the 2nd Semi-Final on May 27th, at starting position #2.
For more information on Eva Rivas please see below.
Preview video clip:
Eva Rivas was born on July 13, 1987 in Rostov-na-Donu and will represent Armenia in this year’s Eurovision Song Contest.
In 1996-2004 she used to be a soloist of one of the most famous ensembles in Rostov called Arevik. As a member of the aforementioned choir she sang both classical and variety songs, as well as Russian and foreign compositions. As a solo singer, Eva was repeatedly a laureate in different contests and compositions. In 2000 the ensemble Arevik was awarded the title Ensemble of the Year.
The year 2005 marked a year of new achievements in the life of Eva. She was awarded the titles of Golden Voice of Rostov and Miss Pearl of Don. Likewise, she gained the title of Vice-Miss of the Caucasus in Yerevan. The same year, during the annual ceremony Armenian Song of the Year , she won the first prize. In 2008, Eva started a cooperation with the Armenian Production producing centre and is currently busy recording a full CD. Last year, Eva shot a video clip of the song Tamam Ashkharh made by Bookhadir Yuldeshev, a director of a great number of foreign video-clips and a series of films. The process of shooting took place in Armenia, Afghanistan, Algeria and Uzbekistan for 17 days. The clip gained wide acclaim both within Armenia as well as abroad.
The composers of Eva’s song in the 2010 Eurovision Song Contest Apricot Stone are Armen Martirosyan and Karen Kavaleryan, famous for their work both in Armenia and abroad with Karen having already participated six times as a lyricist in the Eurovision Song Contest.