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Csezy impresses during German visit


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Posted 29 April, 2008, 19:13

Csézy, the winner of the Hungarian National Final 2008, recently travelled to Hamburg where she had the honour of giving a debut concert arranged by Warner Music Europe. Leaders of the worldwide music company expressed a high opinion of Csézy’s vocal capabilities, with some of them even compared her to Céline Dion.

The popular Hungarian singer performed in front of the most important music executives of international record companies. Bernd Dopp, Chairman and CEO of Warner Music Central & Eastern Europe introduced Csézy himself before her production scored full marks from the exclusive audience.

It was a nice surprise for Csézy that James Blunt had a concert on the same day as her debut evening so that she could meet the singer of You’re Beautiful personally. According to the rumours, James Blunt enjoyed talking to Csézy so much that he almost missed the start of his own concert!. James promised that he would personally give his vote at the Eurovision Song Contest for Csézy and Hungary.

The following day Csézy travelled to Berlin, where she recorded a new version of the Eurovision Song Contest song Candlelight under the instruction of the well-known music producer, Florian Richter (who had worked together previously with Sarah Connor). Now Csézy is preparing again with full enthusiasm for the second semi-final, as she feels it is important to do her best when she will be representing Hungary at the Eurovision Song Contest.

Related news from Hungary is that Eurovision Song Contest fans have announced their predictions based upon online voting. Their favourites are Dima Bilan from Russia, Charlotte Perrelli representing Sweden, the Ukrainian Ani Lorak and the Serbian performer, Jelena Tomaševic. The victory in the vote for Dima Bilan may be explained by his special Hungarian relation. He is going to perform his song Believe in Belgrade with the famous Hungarian violinist, Edvin Marton.
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