Corresponder: KLÉSZ Imre
Every proficient performer knows exactly that it is one of the most difficult challenges to sing and to dance simultaneously.
If you want to sing and to dance on stage at the same time, your mind has to switch off one of them – says Zoli Ádok, the only performer at the upcoming Eurovision Song Contest who is a well-skilled singer and dancer as well.
As a graduate in psychology Zoli claims: people can concentrate on only one thing at one time. So he has to focus his attention on singing because dancing comes automatically for a former dancer and figure-skating champion.
Yes, Zoli was a junior champion in figure-skating as well and due to his previous gymnast practice he is able to do the most acrobatic feats during his stage performances.
Fan of ESC
No matter where I travelled, I watched the ESC every year, Zoli tells. “I have a lot of foreign friends. We organized a huge party in honour of the ESC and everyone brought some typical alcoholic beverages of their homeland. During each song everyone had to drink some of the matching drink. By the end of the programme we were in quite a good mood.”
What a surprise!
The Hungarian performer will not tell any details of the conception of his performance before the first open rehearsal. “I think it should be seen in Moscow for the first time ever. Let us explode like a bomb!” – Zoli said. One thing seems to be sure: he will work with most respectable experts so the audience of the Eurovision Song Contest can be prepared for an amazing and spectacular show.
Did you know?
Zoli will graduate in psychology in June. He is writing his thesis on “Mental states on stage” so as the strange situation when a performer on stage does not feel any pain or fear.
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