The first look at Petar Aničić’s performance for Serbia at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest has been released.
Petar starts the performance playing the piano. He later gets up from the piano and moves about the stage. The LED background shows a pulsating globe that changes colour throughout the song.
Serbia was one of four delegations that traveled to Warsaw to record their performance for the contest. While in Warsaw, Petar met with the representatives of Poland, Malta and Ukraine. Petar will appear fourth in the running order on Sunday.
Who is Petar Aničić?
Fourteen-year-old Petar Aničić began his music career at the age of four, where he began composing his own music. He enrolled in the Mokranjac Junior Music School in Belgrade two years later and has since performed in numerous contests and concerts. He is the first male soloist in history to represent Serbia at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest.
Alongside music, Petar enjoys history, languages, geography, and sports. He practices rowing, as well as playing the piano.
Image Source: EBU/ Stijn Smulders