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Glavnaya Stsena

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Glavnaya Stsena
Главная Сцена
Presented by Grigoryi Leps (1)
Garik Mahtirosyan (1)
Nargis Zakirova (2)
Ernest Matskyavichus (2)
Judges Walter Afanasieff (1, 3)
Zhana Rozhdestvenskaya (1)
Yuri Antonov (1, 3)
Sergey Chigrakov (1)
Valery Leontiev (2, 3)
Diana Arbenina (2, 3)
Nikolai Noskov (2, 3)
Alexander Rosenbaum (2)
Country of origin Russia
Original language(s) Russian
No. of series 2
Production
Location(s) Moscow
Release
Original network Russia-1
Original release 2015 (Series 1 & 2)
Chronology
Related shows

Glavnaya Stsena (Russian: Главная сцена; meaning "Main Stage"), is the third Russian version of the international vocal talent show X Factor. All participants pass through the public auditions. The top prize is a personal tour across Russia.

Main judge Arthur Gasparyan also announced that finalists would have a chance of taking part in the Eurovision selection process, to represent Russia.[1]

Format

The project has 4 judges for criticising the performance, and 5 judges to take care of a participants chosen, however if necessary, they may also criticise a participant (Walter Afanasieff is in both sides). When contestants pass the auditions, they go to the judge-producer stage, where famous music personalities in Russia take over. Judges include famous figures notably Walter Afanasieff. Once a week the team gives a concert, with one participants who judges think is the weakest leave the project. Every producer takes to the final three chosen participants, from where the best reach the super final.[2]

In initial stages, judges vote "yes" or "no" with three "no"s resulting in the participant leaving the project. But a producer may say his own word if he wishes to use the privilege saving a participant from being eliminated. The remaining eligible contestants pass to the next stage. If opinion is split half-half, then the decision goes to the judges-producers.

In later stages, each judge-producer chooses the participants in five musical genres [3]

For the preparation of the participants for the performances, producers may have a chance to invite the vocal masters, dance masters, stylists and other specialists for help.

Summary

Stages

  • 1 stage: Auditions
  • 2 stage: Public Auditions (auditions in studio, and this is the decision whether the participant will perform on the Main Scene)
  • 3 stage: Producer Auditions (judge choice)
  • 4 stage: Concert Performance (the work of producer with his team)
  • 5 stage: Super-Final (Voting of the public)

Hosts

Season 1st Host 2nd Host
1 Grigory Leps Popular Russian singer Garik Martirosyan Popular humourist and singer
2 Nargis Zakirova Finalist of The Voice Russia, and popular Russian singer Ernest Matskyavichus The host of Vesti

Producers and Finalists

     — The winning producer. The Super-Final participants' names are in bold.
Season Walter Afanasieff Victor Drobish Igor Matvienko Konstantin Meladze Maxim Fadeev
1 Ksenia Dezhneva
Julia Boyiko
Jukebox Trio
Alexander Ivanov
Ksenia Pavroz
group KERSY
«My Michelle»
Duet Oleg&Tais
Boysband
Sardor Milano
George Melikeshvili
Nikolai Timohin
Arsen Mukendi
Irina Oifer
Igor Pidjakov

Project's history

It is not the first time Russian television tries to adopt the British version of The X Factor. In 2005—2007, Russia had its own version called Sekret Uspekha[4][5] which had 2 seasons, however it was not as popular or highly rated as compared to Fabrika Zvezd, which resulted in the project being canceled after 2 seasons in 2007.

In 2011-2013, a new Russian version of X Factor was launched named Faktor A.[6] It was named in reference to the star judge on the show the famous Russian singer Alla Pugacheva).[7] All versions of X Factor in Russia were translated in «Russia-1».

Glavnaya Stsena is the third Russian adaptation of The X Factor. In each episode of the show, the Glavnaya Stsena participants perform, with the judges deciding who would stay. In the first season, 10,000 candidates initial presented themselves, with 75 singers, groups and bands picked for the television show. The main prize for the winner is a pan-Russia tour.[8]

Season 1

The casting began in Moscow in December, 2014. Ten thousand participants applied for audition, but only 150 people passed to the public auditions. The best 75 participants performed for the public in the main Moscow's Kremlin main stage, attended by the Russian public and a number of famous artists including the participants of The Voice Russia and famous producers.

The first television broadcast was on 30 January 2015 on the station Russia-1. The judges were Walter Afanasieff, Zhana Rozhdestvenskaya, Yuri Antonov and Sergey Chigrakov.[9]

The judgers-producers of the project were: Walter Afanasieff, Victor Drobish, Igor Matvienko, Konstantin Meladze and Maxim Fadeev.[10]

The Super-Final was on 17 April 2015 in the same Moscow's Kremlin Main Stage. Based on public votes, the winner was Sardor Milano from Uzbekistan.[11]

Season 2

Casting for season 2 began in July 2015. The judges were Valery Leontiev, Elena Vaenga, Diana Arbenina, Nikolai Noskov and Vladimir Presnyakov. The new hosts are Nargiz Zakirova (first four episodes), Marina Kravets and Ernest Matskyavichus.[12] The first episode was on 13 September 2015.[13]

See also

References

  1. ^ ""Главная сцена" запутала американца Афанасьева". Vesti.ru. 9 April 2015. Retrieved 9 April 2015. 
  2. ^ ""Главная сцена": Станет ли новое шоу круче "Голоса"?". Комсомольская правда. 6 January 2015. Retrieved 6 January 2015. 
  3. ^ "Главная сцена - Государственный Кремлёвский Дворец". kremlinpalace.org. 29 January 2015. Retrieved 29 January 2015. 
  4. ^ "О шоу "Секрет успеха"". Комсомольская правда. 6 January 2005. Retrieved 6 January 2005. 
  5. ^ ""Секрет успеха": как стать звездой на всю страну". Утро.ру. 30 August 2005. Retrieved 30 August 2005. 
  6. ^ "Кастинг на участие в телепроекте "Х-фактор" прошел в Уральской столице". Вести.ру. 2013-07-29. 
  7. ^ Н. Шульга (2012-03-28). ""Фактор А": Кто есть кто в новом сезоне проекта Аллы Пугачёвой". газета «Комсомольская правда» (in Russian). KP.RU. Archived from the original on 2013-02-16. Retrieved 2013-02-13. 
  8. ^ ""Главная сцена":"Главная сцена" о том, почему аудитория устала от старых звезд". Лента.ру. 31 March 2015. Retrieved 31 March 2015. 
  9. ^ "Премьера нового вокального проекта — "Главная сцена"". Телеканал Культура. 30 January 2015. Retrieved 30 January 2015. 
  10. ^ "Звезды зажгут на главной сцене". Вечерняя Москва. 29 January 2015. Retrieved 29 January 2015. 
  11. ^ "Победитель проекта "Главная сцена" Сардор Милано дал эксклюзивное интервью SUPER". super.ru. 18 April 2015. Retrieved 18 April 2015. 
  12. ^ "В шоу "Главная сцена" поменялись ведущие и члены жюри". Афиша@Mail.Ru. 2015-09-03. 
  13. ^ "Анонс телешоу "Главная сцена" (2 сезон)". euroser.tv. 30 August 2015. Archived from the original on 7 September 2015. Retrieved 29 January 2015. 

External links

  • [www.scena.tv Главная Сцена Official Site] (in Russian)
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