X International TV Festival of Music
17 – 21 June 2011 Riga – Stockholm – Riga Cruise ferry 'Romantika'
International TV Festival of Music 'Amberstar' is a bright event in the cultural life of Europe. In 2011 the 'Amberstar' festival consists of an International Contest of Young Performers and a Talent Show. The aim of the 'Amberstar' festival is development of cultural relations in European and CIS countries by discovering and supporting young talents. Welcome on board!
Finalists of an International Contest of Young Performers 'Amberstar 2011'
Module Light Russia
Polina Tsimokhina Belarus
Anna Darling Estonia
Rinat Maltcagov Kazakhstan
Paulina Grigaliunaite Vaka (Varduhi Davtyan) Lithuania Armenia
Valdas & Skaiste Lithuania
Irina Boganovskaya Russia
Valentina Makarova Producer
18 young performers from 11 countries in the age of 16-35 compete in three nominations: Pop/ Rock, Modern Classic and Original Song. Do not miss an opportunity to watch live performances on www.amberstar.tv and vote for your favourite singers!
Egor Tokunov & Galina Tokunova Russia
Valeria Morari Moldova
Goga Meskhi Georgia
Ruzanna Barsegjan Latvia
Pavel Scherbakov Russia
Lavinia Steriopol Spain
Sali (Salome Mchedlidze) Georgia
Nathalie Kozlova Russia
Ieva Bernshteine Latvia
Chingiz Mustafajev Azerbaijan
Alexander Shport Co-producer
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Talent Show 2011 Talent Show is the most exciting part of the 'Amberstar' festival. For talented people it is the right place to astonish audience with unbelievable performances in five nominations: Vocal, Choreography, Show Program, Choral Singing, Instrumental Music. The age of participants is not limited.
19 – 21 June 2011 Riga – Stockholm – Riga Cruise ferry 'Romantika'
History of the International TV Festival of Music 'Amberstar'
The 'Amberstar' festival was initially launched in 1999 as a telecast 'Dzintara Zvaigzne', which was weekly broad-casted on a Latvian state TV channel during two years. Since 2001 the festival was held in a 'Dzintari' concert hall in Jurmala.
In 2008 the festival reached Sweden and now it is held onboard luxurious cruise ferries from Riga, the capital of Latvia, to Stockholm, the capital of Sweden. Video records of concerts were broadcasted on TV channels in various countries and internet television www.amberstar.tv.
Web site of the 'Amberstar' festival: www.amberstar.tv