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Albania in the 2012 Eurovision Song Contest
Rona Nishliu became Albania’s highest finishing participant ever with her ballad “Suus” in Baku. She finished 5th place in the Grand Final with 146 points. She also receieved 146 points in the First Semifinal, in which she came 2nd.Rona is the first Kosovar singer to represent Albania in the Eurovision Song Contest.
ALL POINTS TO ALBANIA
Thanks to all countries that vote for Albania in Eurovision 2012 ! We are very thankful that you vote for 'Suus' and for this great singer Rona Nishliu from Kosovo..
We hope that soon Kosovo will be part of Eurovision family ! Kosovo has a lot of talents ,just like Rona Nishliu ..We just need the support to enter in Eurovision Song Contest. Please Europe help us! We deserve to be part of this magic contest !!
Rona Nishliu to represent Albania !
Festivali i Këngës has has been held annually since 1962, and since 2004, it has always been used to pick the Albanian entry for the Eurovision Song Contest. This year, two semi-finals were held, on December 26th and 27th, with 10 out of 14 songs qualifying for the final from each respective show. Yesterday, an additional show was broadcast, commemorating the 50th anniversary of the festival.
KOSOVO in EUROVISION Young Dancers !
Student at the school ISMAIL QEMALI - General Culture
STUDIO RUDINA - Ballet Course three times per week (September 2005 – 2011)
Television stage experience and auditions
In years 2005 – 2006 – 2007 – 2008 – 2009 – 2010 – in December takes part in festive New Year’s TV shows ( RTK, KTV, RTV 21) and in big festive spectacles organized by the municipality of Prishtina for the New Year. (The leading ballerina of choreographic acts).
October 2006 / June 2007 / February 2008 / June 2008 – Humanitarian evening – organized by the American Chamber and RAIFFEISEN BANK ( Tringa Hysi –leading ballerina of choreographic acts).
April 2007 - A major ballet play ‘NE ENDRRA’ (in dreams) a production by Studio Rudina
November 2008 – KOSOVO VISION – Special guest
December 2008 – MAGIC SHOW - Festive television programme on KTV.
December 2008 – TE QESHIM SE BASHKU (Let’s laugh together) - Festive television programme on RTK.
June 2009 – “PYLLI I PRINCESHAVE“ (Forest of princesses) - Big ballet play production by Studio Rudina. (One of the soloists was Patrisa Pruthi in the part of Bella and in this play she had several stage appearances).
June 2009 – Television show on RTK “PA RROTLLA” – Special guest the ballet group (one of the soloists Tringa Hysi)
Took part in all the events organized for the Liberation and Independence day on
June 1 organized by the municipality of Prishtina where Studio Rudina was invited and as the leading soloists Patris Pruthi and Tringa Hysa were invited.
In 2010 a big spectacle for the 5th anniversary of the studio – 5 years together – when the soloists of this studio carried the heaviest weight of this spectacle, one of the leading soloists Tringa Hysi in different parts .
Some of the parts of the soloist are:
MBRETERESHA E ZANAVE (Fairy queen)
VDEKJA E MJELLMES (Death of the swan)
SHTRIGA (The witch)
ZANA E BARDHE (White fairy)
Some of the choreographic acts in which she took part as one of the soloists of the group:
FINALJA 1 (Final 1)
DJALLUSHET (She devils)
VALLEZIMI I PRINCESHAVE (Dance of princesses)
CIGANIA (Gypsy girl)
FINALJA 2 (Final 2)
At the moment preparing for the consecutive play at the Studio Rudina – “NE CDO STINE“ (In every season) – where she will be the soloist of several parts in the group .
Who recognized Kosova as identepedent state ?
Formal Recognitions Data:
85 out of 193 United Nations (UN) Member States (44.04%)
3 out of 5 UN Security Council (UNSC) Permanent Member States (60%)
22 out of 27 European Union (EU) Member States (81.48%)
24 out of 28 NATO Member States(85.71%)
34 out of 47 Council of Europe (COE) Member States (72.34%)
36 out of 56 OSCE Member States(64.29%)
27 out of 57 OIC Member States(47.37%)
11 out of 22 Arab League Member States(50%)
Countries that formally recognize Kosova make up 72.43% of the World's Total nominal GDP