Kallay Saunders András the 2014 Hungarian Eurovision representative will be travelling to Spain this weekend.
Spanish and Portuguese Eurovision fans will be thrilled to know that the 2014 Hungarian Eurovision representative will be flying to the Iberian peninsula this weekend in order to attend the 9th OGAE Spain convention as a special guest.
Kallay will be gracing the occasion with his presence at the OGAE Spain/ OGAE Portugal joint convention at the Teatro de Sanchinarro in Madrid tomorrow. He will be joining an extraordinary line up of Eurovision artists: Marie N (Latvia 2002- winner of ESC 2002), Milan Stankovic (Serbia 2010), Anabel Conde (Spain 1995), Vania Fernandes (Portugal 2008) and Amaya Uranga (Mocedades- Spain 1973). More details about the 9th OGAE Spain convention can be found here.
Kallay Saunders filmed a special inviation and video message for our beloved readers thanking them for supporting him and voting for him at 2014 the Eurovision Song Contest in Copenhagen. In the message the Hungarian artist says that it was an honour for him to represent Hungary in Eurovision and invites you all to read the latest news about him and the forthcoming Eurovision Song Contest on ESCToday.com. This video message was specially recorded for Esctoday.com in Budapest prior to one of Kallay’s latest mega concerts.
Kallay Saunders András won the golden ticket to Copenhangen when he won the 2014 Hungarian Eurovision national final with his entry Running. He represented Hungary at the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest achieving an honourable 5th placing in the grand final, the country’s 2nd best result in its Eurovision history.
The 2014 Hungarian representative has been on a very busy and hectic schedule ever since he got back from Copenhagen last May, touring throughout Hungary giving concerts and performing at various events and shows. Kallay has been nominated for various music awards in Hungary and has won some of them.
If you want to know the latest news about Kallay Saunders Andras and his music you can follow him on ESCTODAY!
Hungary debuted at the Eurovision Song Contest in 1994 with Frederika Bayer’s Kinek mondjam el vétkeimet, and is yet to win the event. Hungary’s best placing at the Eurovision Song Contest has been a 4th place achieved during their very first Eurovision appearance in 1994 with Frederika.