Sammarinese broadcaster RTVSM has released data today showing that they have now surpassed one thousand song submissions for its national final Una voce per San Marino. This means that Eurovision’s tiniest country has possibly received the most song submissions of any other participating country!
The press release goes on to add that the submissions have come from 31 countries worldwide, including:
|🇲🇰 North Macedonia
|🇸🇲 San Marino
|🇬🇧 United Kingdom
|🇺🇸 United States
From 20th-21st and 23rd-29th January, the Little Tony Auditorium in Serravalle will host the next casting sessions for Una voce per San Marino 2023. These sessions will continue the work that began in previous sessions in the autumn of finding artists to move on to the live shows.
Time is running out, but it is still possible to submit a selection to UVPSM until 27th January. Applicants must be willing to travel to San Marino for the final casting phase in February and stay in a hotel for at least one night, an obligation from San Marino tourism.
In February, UVPSM will broadcast five Semi Finals, one of which will be a ‘Second Chance Round.’ The Grand Final is expected to take place on Saturday 25th February.
With such an international talent pool to choose from, will you watch UVPSM this year? Let us know in the comments below or on our socials @escbubble!
Achille Lauro represented the microstate at Eurovision in Turin, but failed to build on Senhit’s success from Rotterdam and qualify for the Grand Final.