Armenia at Eurovision 2015

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Armenia at Eurovision 2015


The true stroty behind Armenian song


Genealogy consists of six singers who were internally selected by the Public Television of Armenia to sing Face The Shadow in Vienna, a powerful anthem about peace, unity, and love.

The song is inspired from the the Armenian Genocide. In April 1915 the Ottoman government embarked upon the systematic decimation of its civilian Armenian population.

Genealogy is "Building Bridges", as the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest slogan says, between the five continents of the world and the Republic of Armenia. The group consists of Essaï Altounian from Europe, Tamar Kaprelian from America, Stephanie Topalian from Asia, Vahe Tilbian from Africa, Mary-Jean O’Doherty Vasmatzian from Australia, and Inga Arshakyan from Armenia. They are united by the blood in their veins, which contains Armenian genetics, and by music as the universal language of the world.




The creative team of AMPTV internally selected the song Face The Shadow composed by Armen Martirosyan and lyricist Inna Mkrtchyan, a song about universal values. Its message is one - “Happiness is born when people are united and live in harmony with themselves, their families, love relationships and so on. Generations are shifting with time but the genealogy remains, thus the values of love and peace are stable.


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