Sophia will be 14 in December, but has already an impressive career: when she was five she took part in the recording of the CD "Castalias & Sirens" and at the age of nice she participated in the musical "Rembetiki Rhapsodia". She has also appeared on several TV shows and has composed and written her own songs and lyrics. At this moment she is studying at the English School of Nicosia.
Sophia's road to Malta
On July 3rd, Cyprus confirmed that they were going to come back to the Junior Eurovision Song Contest and a couple of weeks later they internally chose Sophia Patsalides to represent the country in Malta. The Cypriot broadcaster CyBC said in a press release that they fully believe in the talent of Sophia, Alex Panayi and Stavros Stavrou to make their return to the competition a complete success.
About the song
The composer of "I pio omorfi mera" is Alex Panayi and the lyrics have been written by Sophia, Alex and Stavros Stavrou. Alex Panayi is a very well known face for Eurovision fans since he has represented Cyprus twice in the competition (1995 and 2000) and has composed several Eurovision entries. Stavros Stavrou is also a successful composer in Cyprus.
The song talks about optimism: even during bad and dark days, we should go ahead and look at the bright side of life:
This is how dreams are made:
With wings and a bit of wind
So it’s time for you to say 'good morning'
To the most beautiful day of your life
Sophia will have a bright and energetic performance, in line with the spirit of her song. Charis Savvas will be responsible for the choreography and staging.
Sophia sent us a special video greeting, check it out!
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- Following her on Twitter
- Checking her Youtube channel
- Reading her biography and the lyrics of his song
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