Serbia's Katarina Savić has talent beyond borders07 December 2022 at 09:00 CET
Katarina’s song, Svet Bez Granica, is all about that dizzying feeling of falling in love for the very first time, when the world seems just a little bit more magical than it normally does. Even though that feeling can sometimes feel disorienting, Katarina feels more than comfortable as she rehearses here in Yerevan.
She’s joined on stage by modern dancer Martin Zoričić. Even though Katarina and Martin are trained in different styles of movement, the pair say that they’ve been working together seamlessly.
'In the end, it's all dance!'
The staging of Serbia’s song highlights a few of Katarina’s varying interests, from ballet to her love of the trombone. She picked up the instrument for the first time at age eleven, with her arms barely long enough to extend its slide all the way. But after years of practice, she’s proud to say that she’s taken part in recitals, competitions, and now Junior Eurovision!
She doesn’t just limit her performances to traditional theatres and stages, however. Katarina and her family also have been known to head over to the main pedestrian boulevard in Belgrade and play for the public there! The trio, with Katarina on trombone, her mother on piano, and her sister on violin, play songs in a variety of genres and languages.
If Svet Bez Granica is your pick for Junior Eurovision this year, be sure to vote! Viewers from all over the world can have their voices heard, regardless of national borders!