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The biggest children music competition "The Rhythm of Europe"

THE RHYTHM OF EUROPE

The biggest children music competition the "Rhythm of Europe", with broadcast on national television, have more than 12 years long tradition and is supported by the Ambassadors of countries in Europe, Israel and Australia. The “Rhythm of Europe" is a competition that gathers children from 14 to 21 years of age who besides their city or municipality, present and sing in the language of one of the countries of Europe, Israel and Australia. The total number of cities of representatives - competitors is maximum 24 in one country. The process of preparing children for live television broadcast lasts 9 months during which children are trained with television teams “Rhythm of Europe" to present in the live TV broadcast the country of Europe, Israel and Australia.

The winner of the competition is determined by adding the SMS votes, votes of the jury of participating cities and votes of the expert jury. The Winning City, as a prize, receives television broadcast for the next year on national television, and the children of the Winning City receives a rewarding trip to the country that they have represented in a live television program.

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The biggest children music competition the "Rhythm of Europe", with broadcast on national television, have more than 12 years long tradition and is supported by the Ambassadors of countries in Europe, Israel and Australia. The “Rhythm of Europe" is a competition that gathers children from 14 to 21 years of age who besides their city or municipality, present and sing in the language of one of the countries of Europe, Israel and Australia. The total number of cities of representatives - competitors is maximum 24 in one country. The process of preparing children for live television broadcast lasts 9 months during which children are trained with television teams “Rhythm of Europe" to present in the live TV broadcast the country of Europe, Israel and Australia.

An audition for the representatives of a city or municipality is held in that city or municipality. All interested children and youth are informed in cooperation with the city or municipality through an organized public call - schools, cultural and artistic societies, cultural centers, dance clubs, social networks.

The process of preparing children for television broadcast lasts a minimum of 7 and a maximum of 9 months, during which children are trained with the television teams of "Rhythm of Europe" to present the assigned country of Europe, Israel and Australia in the television broadcast.

The winner of the competition is determined by collecting SMS votes, votes of the jury of the participating cities and the expert jury awarded by the television program "Rhythm of Europe", about which the television program "Rhythm of Europe" must inform the participants through the coordinator assigned by the city/municipality 30 days before the TV program. The number of members of the expert jury is at least 3 and at most 5 people who are affirmed in their industry, and known to the general public of the country (prominent artists, actors, singers, directors, directors).

From the Winning City next year is television broadcast on television with national coverage, and the children of the Winning City will receive a trip to the country they represented in the television program as a reward. If the Winning City does not meet the conditions for the realization of the television broadcast prescribed by the technical-organizational capacities and possibilities, the right of household might been taken away from it and the organizer determines from which city the television broadcast will be performed the next year. In that sense, the television broadcast for the next year will be held in a city that is not a city participating in that competition season, that means on neutral ground.

Participants are scored in two phases:

First phase:
The propositions of the "Rhythm of Europe" competition require that one member of the jury be delegated from each city participating in the competition, who will voluntarily, at his own discretion, award points from one point to the maximum number of points, in the way that the jury will award one point to the city that the jury comes from, and the other participants from 2 points to the maximum number of points, which makes a total of 25 percent of all points awarded to cities and municipalities participating in the competition.

A member of the jury of the city of competitors must be an expert or must come from the field of art, music, culture, sports. The city of the contestant will submit to the organizer of the festival "Rhythm of Europe" a biography of a potential member of the jury who will be approved by the festival at least 30 days before the television broadcast. Voting is done through software with the "Rhythm of Europe" interface, which will be introduced to the jury members in good time before the final voting and which will undergo training on how to vote.

When the Host City does not vote for technical or other reasons, instead of the Host City, points are awarded to the participating Cities by a jury delegated by the “Rhythm of Europe”.

If the delegated member of the jury of the Participating City does not come to vote at the previously agreed time at the location where the television program and competition "Rhythm of Europe" is broadcast or another location determined by the organizer and from where the delegated members of the jury of the Participating Cities can vote successfully and transparently, instead of that member of jury “Rhythm if Europe” will delegate one member of the “Rhythm of Europe” jury.

Members of the expert jury awarded by "Rhythm of Europe" vote at will, independently at their discretion and award points to cities from 1 point to the maximum number of points expressed by the number of participating cities and municipalities. The points of the members of the expert jury are added up and the cities are ranked by the sum of the points. After ranking, cities get points that are diametrically opposed to the place where they are (eg: first place gets 24 points, second place gets 23 points, 3rd place gets 22 points, etc.), which makes a total of 25 percent of all points awarded to cities and municipalities participating in the competition.

The points obtained from the expert jury are added to the points obtained from the jury of the participating cities and municipalities, and in that way the total points of the jury are obtained, which are added to the points from the SMS voting (second phase).

Second phase:
The organizer of the competition in cooperation with all mobile teleoperators of that country signs an agreement on their inclusion in such a way that spectators, participants, audience and other interested parties will be able to vote for their favorite with the following message content - example: SONG 01. Voting is done according to this principle up to the number of candidate representatives. Voting via SMS accounts for 50 percent of all points awarded to participating cities and municipalities. The price of the SMS message and the voting number will be known 30 days before the final television broadcast and the information will be shared via the official website www.theeurope.eu , official social networks, public media, billboards.

The maximum number of points is equal to the number of cities and municipalities participating in the "Rhythm of Europe" competition in that country.

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Directors of the project “The Rhythm of Europe”
David Makević

For the tenth year in a row, in cooperation with the Embassies of European countries, the implementation of “The Rhythm of Europe” project has been expanding its operations to countries in the region, in the field of economy and management.

Through “The Rhythm of Europe” new projects have been developed aimed at encouraging the development of talents among children and youth. By managing this kind of work system, young talents have been created, which are a constantly television inspiration in implementation of this kind of children’s music competition and as such give the energy and the power to realize new business ventures and support the young people in the media, in the largest television format in our area adapted to children and youth.

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Directors of the television program “The Rhythm of Europe”
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Igor Karadarević

Igor Karadarevič was born on 03.12.1981.year.

The finalist of the selection for the Eurovision leader on the Radio-television of Serbia more known as a “Evropsko lice”. Editor and manager of the morning program on the Radio-telvision of Serbia, the leader of the show “Jedna pesma, jedna želja”. The director of the program “Serbia in the rhythm of Europe” on the Prva Srpska Televizija (PRVA TV).

Igor Karadarević has transferred his energy and the desire to stimulate the development of young people to the countries of Europe, among which is: Sweden – “Sweden in the rhythm of Europe”, Cyprus – “Cyprus in the rhythm of Europe”, Croatia – “Croatia in the rhythm of Europe”, Montenegro – “Montenegro in the rhythm of Europe”, Malta – “Malta in the rhythm of Europe”, Ukraine – “Ukraine in the rhythm of Europe”, Moldova – “Moldova in the rhythm of Europe”.

The director of the music program "The Rhythm of Europe"
Miloš Marković

The director of the music program "Rhythm of Europe" was born in 1988 in Belgrade, where he graduated from the Faculty of Music in Belgrade, Department of General Music Pedagogy.

After more than 13 years of work as an assistant choir conductor in KUD "Branko Cvetković", Serbian-Jewish Singing Society, choir "Obilić", KUD "Branko Krsmanović", as well as conductor in his own choir ensemble "Kralj Petar Prvi" , he also worked as an arranger of popular music in the a cappella band performing "Glas ne Žice", in which he also performed as a vocalist. He is currently arranging, recording, producing and performing music, and in 2018. he became the music director of "Rhythm of Europe", the largest children music competition in Europe of this type.

With his work, he contributes to the recognition of young talents with constant education and support, which he gives as an excellent pedagogue who knows how to make people laugh, but also to ask for the highest standard of musical performance in any field of music of official competitors.

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