The Israel Philharmonic Orchestra has reimagined “Te Deum”, the music used to open broadcasts from the European Broadcasting Union.
With just two days to go until the first show of the Eurovision Song Contest 2019, the Israel Philharmonic has reimagined “Te Deum”. Marc-Antoine Charpentier’s prelude to “Te Deum” has been used as the opening music to broadcasts by the European Broadcasting Union for over sixty years. You can watch the reimagined theme below.
Do you know the #Eurovison's musical theme? ???
We're pretty sure you've never heard it in THIS version. Take a minute & listen ?pic.twitter.com/2g8JFY9LEi
— Israel ישראל (@Israel) May 12, 2019
Tel Aviv will host the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 in the Expo Tel Aviv (International Convention Centre) on May 14, 16 and 18 2019. After receiving bids from several cities across Israel, the final two remaining candidate cities were Tel Aviv and Jerusalem. KAN recommended Tel Aviv to the Reference Group.