Meet Blue Noise – finalists of Selectia Nationala in Romania!

Blue Noise are Diana Moraru, Elena Morosanu, Ana-Cristina Leonte, Mihail Grigore, Bogdan Tudor and Denis Bolborea. They are an a cappella band from Romania, who’s song titled “Love Won’t Run Away” has made it to the Grand Final of the Romanian Eurovision selection!

We had a great pleasure to chat with the members of Blue Noise regarding their entry in Selectia Nationala, their views on Eurovision, and a lot more. Check out everything they told us right here:

  • Hello guys and girls! Thank you very much for taking your time out for talking to us! For the start, can you tell us a little bit about yourselves?

We are an a cappella group, therefore we perform without musical instruments. In fact, we are the only acapella group in Romania and the first one to compete in the Eurovision final. The group has 6 members (soprano, mezzo, alto, tenor, bass and beatbox) and the unicity of the project is the ability to transform our voices in every instrument that is heard on the track.

  • How did you decide to enter Selectia Nationala?

It was a spontaneous decision and apparently it turned out better than we expected 🙂

  • Can you tell us more about your entry in Selectia Nationala?

We want to create more awareness on a cappella music, and to let people know what human voices can do. It’s been a great experience so far and we are looking forward to our live performance.

  • How are you getting ready for the final?

Rehearsals, rehearsals, rehearsals 🙂 Lots of things to think about and to prepare, but the most important aspect of our performance is to sound as good as we know we can. So we spend a lot of time together developing our sound 🙂

  • Can you tell us something about your stage performance?

We are not allowed to share secrets :), but we can assure the audience that they will have a different and unique experience. A Blue Noise experience 🙂

  • What would representing Romania in Eurovision mean to you?

It would definitely be an honour and a huge responsibility. It would also be a chance for us to show Europe that Romania holds musicians that are engaging in interesting and powerful projects.

  • If you had a chance to collaborate with any of the other 11 participants in Selectia Nationala, who would that one be, and why?

We appreciate all the participants in this competition. Some of them are very young and talented and others are already established artists. However, we do feel close to the message that the song “De la capat” from Voltaj is transmitting. We salute their noble cause and we appreciate it when musicians try to make a difference in the world. Music is, in the end, a universal language, therefore we would be happy to work with Voltaj.

  • Are you all Eurovision fans, and have you got an all time favourite Eurovision song?

Watching Eurovision every year is already a tradition for us. We have to admit that we were all impressed by Loreen‘s performance in 2012. It was a very good song that went very well with the choreography.

  • What type of music do you personally like to listen to?

The six of us have our own favourite artists, but when it comes to the group preferences, we are big fans of The Swingle Singers and The Real Group. These are the a cappella groups that are a source of inspiration and also role models for us.

  • Do you have a message for all the readers of ESCBubble who will watch Selectia Nationala, and support you?

First of all we want to thank them for their trust. We hope they will enjoy our performance and we encourage them to vote for something different 🙂 Blue Noise Acapella #vocalize.

  • Thank you very much, and we wish you all the best in Selectia Nationala!

To keep up with the latest news of Blue Noise, like their official Facebook page, and if they are your favourites in Selectia Nationala, you can cast your votes for them in our poll right here (click). Give a listen to their entry, “Love Won’t Run Away” right here:

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