The winner of the Big Artists section also won the right to represent Italy at the Eurovision Song Contest 2016. [10], .mw-parser-output .legend{page-break-inside:avoid;break-inside:avoid-column}.mw-parser-output .legend-color{display:inline-block;min-width:1.25em;height:1.25em;line-height:1.25;margin:1px 0;text-align:center;border:1px solid black;background-color:transparent;color:black}.mw-parser-output .legend-text{}  Winner In the final, sixteen songs competed and the top three advanced to a second round of voting in order to select the winner. Based on this ranking, the top fifteen entries qualified to the final on the fifth evening on 13 February. [4][5], The third evening on 11 February featured the twenty acts competing in the Big Artists section performing cover versions of either Italian songs or international hit songs that have been translated into Italian. [20] As Stadio refused the offer to participate at the Eurovision Song Contest, the organisers of the event chose runner-up Francesca Michielin as the Eurovision entrant via their own criteria. Le selfie-interviste alle Nuove Proposte di Sanremo 2016: Francesco Gabbani, in gara con \"Amen\".Iscriviti al canale video di Rockol: http://bit.ly/1jnZrJBTutte le interviste, i live acustici esclusivi e le news in tempo reale dal mondo della musica, su Rockol video e su www.rockol.itRockol, dal 1995 è il primo sito di riferimento per la musica in Italia. [3], The twenty entries competing in the Big Artists section were presented during the first and second evenings on 9 and 10 February. [3][21][22], Rai 1 and Rai Radio 2 carried the official broadcasts of the festival in Italy. [14], All results during the second evening were determined by the combination of public voting (50%) and votes from the press jury (50%). [3], Voting during the five evenings occurred through different combinations of the following methods:[3][4][5], Television presenter Carlo Conti, who was also the competition's artistic director, hosted Sanremo for a second consecutive year. The selected artists competed during the festival under two different sections: Campioni/Big Artists and Nuove Proposte/Newcomers' . [11], The first evening on 9 February featured ten of the twenty acts competing in the Big Artists section presenting their songs. The bottom five entries from the fourth evening entered a repechage round and faced an additional public televote to determine the one entry that would be readmitted to compete in the final; the other four entries were eliminated. RAI confirmed after the competition that Stadio decided not to participate in the contest. [4][5] During the first Newcomers' semi-final duel, "Mentre ti parlo", performed by Miele, was originally announced as the winner with 53% of the votes. Copre la scena live con il più ricco calendario concerti in circolazione. Two duels took place during both the second and third evenings on 10 and 11 February. Un archivio di 100.000 notizie e oltre 90.000 artisti, Rockol pubblica informazione musicale in tempo reale in forma di news, recensioni e interviste. LA FINALE DI SANREMO 2016 AL 52.52%", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Sanremo_Music_Festival_2016&oldid=982616215, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Clemente Maccaro, Vincent Stein, Konstantin Scherer, Roberto Balbo, Stefano Paviani, Leiner Riflessi, Claudio Corradini, Stefano Belisari, Nicola Fasani, Davide Civaschi, Sergio Conforti, Irene Fornaciari, Diego Calvetti, Giuseppe Dati, Marco Fontana, Lorenzo Fragola, Rory Di Benedetto, Rosario Canale, Fabrizio Ferraguzzo, Antonio Filippelli, Rocco Pagliarulo, Vincenzo Catanzaro, Simone Benussi, Saverio Grandi, Luca Chiaravalli, Gaetano Curreri, Thomas de Gasperi, Matteo Maffucci, Antonio Filippelli, Luca Vicini, Michael Aaron Vaiassini, Emanuela Giacca, Emilio Rentocchini. The winning cover version was determined over two rounds of voting. The international television service Rai Italia broadcast the competition in the Americas, Africa, Asia and Australia. The artistic director for the competition was Carlo Conti, who was appointed to the position for a second consecutive year. Elisa superstar", "Italy: Eurovision success triggers change to main channel", "Leone: Francesca Michielin dal Festival di Sanremo all'Eurosong Song Contest", "Patty Pravo con 'Cieli immensi' si aggiudica il Premio della Critica Mia Martini", "Agli Stadio il Premio della Sala Stampa Radio-TV-Web "Lucio Dalla" – Sezione Campioni", "Sanremo 2016, Francesco Gabbani vince tra i Giovani con Amen", "A Francesco Gabbani il Premio Giovani del Festival di Sanremo 2016", "È il momento magico per Chiara: Premio Assomusica "per la migliore esibizione live della categoria Sanremo giovani, "Sanremo 2016 Giovani, Francesco Gabbani vince il Premio della Critica", "Sanremo 2016 Giovani, Chiara Dello Iacovo vince il Premio della critica della sala stampa Lucio Dalla", "Sanremo 2016, non solo tv. [18] In addition to the performances of the competing entries, guest performers included Elisa, J Balvin and Lost Frequencies. The winner was Stadio who performed a cover of the song "La sera dei miracoli" originally performed by Lucio Dalla. [16], All results during the third evening were determined by the combination of public voting (50%) and votes from the press jury (50%). [3], The eight entries competing in the Newcomers' section were divided into four semi-final duels consisting of two songs each. Expert jury – eight personalities from the world of music, entertainment and culture consisting of: Franz Di Cioccio (Chairman) – Musician, actor and journalist, Nicoletta Mantovani – Commissioner for cooperation and international relations for, Valentina Correani – Television presenter and actress, Paola Maugeri – Journalist, singer and television presenter, Federico l'Olandese Volante – Radio presenter, record producer and television personality, Best Cover Version Award: Stadio – "La sera dei miracoli" (originally by, Assomusica Award for Best Live Performance: Chiara Dello Iacovo – "Introverso", This page was last edited on 9 October 2020, at 07:42. The top fifteen entries advanced to the fifth evening, while the bottom five competed in a repechage round to determine one more qualifier; four of the entries were ultimately eliminated from the competition. Other guests for the show include actors Enrico Brignano, Alessandro Gassmann and Rocco Papaleo. Six of the eight artists were selected through the programme #SG – Sanremo Giovani, which aired on Rai 1 and was hosted by Carlo Conti. The members of the music committee consisted of Piero Chiambretti (presenter/showman), Rosita Celentano (presenter/singer/actress), Giovanni Allevi (musician), Federico Russo (presenter), Carolina Di Domenico (VJ) and Andrea Delogu (presenter). Ecco come seguire il Festival in radio", "Festival di Sanremo: ecco la mappa della 66esima edizione", "Martedi 9 Febbraio 2016. The last two semi-final duels for the artists competing in the Newcomers' section also took place where the two winners of the duels proceeded to the final on the fourth evening. [4][5] In addition to the performances of the competing entries, guest performers included Eros Ramazzotti, Ezio Bosso, Ellie Goulding and Salut Salon. In the Big Artists section, to determine the top fifteen, the weighted average of the votes from the first and second evenings as well as the votes from the fourth evening were combined to produce an overall ranking. Tra gli artisti che abbiamo intervistato e i cui video trovate su questo canale: Ligabue, Vasco Rossi, Jovanotti, Laura Pausini, Tiziano Ferro, R.E.M., Joe Strummer, Michael Bublé, Black Keys, Marco Mengoni, Coldplay, Lou Reed, Ben Harper.Iscriviti al nostro canale YouTube: https://bit.ly/3c46XJsSeguici sul nostro sito e sui social:Rockol.it: https://bit.ly/2LZPo2CRockol Facebook: https://bit.ly/3elCXKFRockol Twitter: https://bit.ly/2X3UZvdRockol Instagram: https://bit.ly/2XuupdJ   Second place [9], Artists competing in the Big Artists section were selected based on criteria such as the quality and originality of the songs, interpretation, contemporaneity and the fame and recognized value of the performer(s). The three entries were "Nessun grado di separazione" performed by Francesca Michielin, "Un giorno mi dirai" performed by Stadio and "Via da qui" performed by Giovanni Caccamo and Deborah Iurato. [3] The names of the twenty participants competing in the Big Artists section were announced by Carlo Conti on 13 December 2015 during the Rai 1 programme L'Arena, hosted by Massimo Giletti. Demoscopic poll – composed of a sample of 300 music fans, which voted from their homes via an electronic voting system managed by. La Seconda serata del Festival di Sanremo SFIORA IL 50%", "Giovedi 11 Febbraio 2016. Ten songs were performed during each evening and were voted upon by a press jury (50%) and public televote (50%) with no eliminations occurring during either evening. All twenty songs advanced to the fourth evening, the semi-final, and faced an additional vote consisting of public televoting (40%), an expert jury (30%) and an demoscopic poll (30%). Informazioni su artisti e concerti, foto e video musicali, classifiche e molto altro ancora. The progra… During the final, the four entries competed and the winner was determined via the combination of a public televote (40%), an expert jury (30%) and an demoscopic poll (30%). Tutte le ultime novità sulla musica italiana e internazionale. The eight artists competing in the Newcomers' section were revealed on 27 November 2015. The final for the Big Artists section took place on 13 February 2016 where "Un giorno mi dirai" performed by Stadio was selected as the winner. The Campioni or Big Artists section included 20 established Italian artists, competing with a song each, while 8 artists and songs competed in the Nuove Proposte or Newcomers' section. The winner of each duel, as determined by the equal combination of votes from a press jury and a public televote, advanced to the final held during the fourth evening on 12 February. All other entries did not receive any votes. The final for the Newcomers' section took place on 12 February 2016 where "Amen" performed by Francesco Gabbani was selected as the winner. The final of the Newcomers' section also took place during this evening where the four semi-final duel winners competed to determine the overall winner of the Newcomers' section. Conti hosted the show together with Virginia Raffaele, Mădălina Diana Ghenea and Gabriel Garko. 655 applications were initially received from which twelve artists were selected to proceed to the televised programme. Sul palco i 20 big. La Terza serata del Festival di Sanremo 2016 SEGNA IL 47.88% CON 10.462.000 SPETTATORI", "Ascolti TV | Venerdi 12 Febbraio 2016. The weighted average of the votes from the first and second evenings as well as the votes from the fourth evening produced a total ranking of all of the songs. However, later in the evening Carlo Conti announced that there was a mistake in the press jury vote and a re-vote resulted in the victory of "Amen" performed by Francesco Gabbani with 50.8% of the votes. The show was presented by Carlo Conti, who also served as the artistic director for the competition. The following television channels and radio stations also broadcast the event: Italy in the Eurovision Song Contest 2016, http://www.ansa.it/sito/notizie/cultura/2016/01/28/sanremo-2016-gli-autori-di-carlo-conti-il-nostro-festival_2cdfa33a-d526-471f-9eec-3bb040d581f3.html, "Sanremo, Carlo Conti confermato per il 2016, Perego e Sottile condurranno Domenica In", "66° Festival della Canzione Italiana di Sanremo Regolamento Televoto - Sezione Artisti Campioni", "66° Festival della Canzione Italiana di Sanremo Regolamento Televoto - Sezione Nuove Proposte", "Sanremo 2016: la giuria di esperti con Laura Valente e Franz Di Cioccio", "#Festival2016: con la classica foto ufficiale il via al Festival di Sanremo, tutto pronto per la presentazione", "Virginia Raffaele a Sanremo 2016: l'imitazione di Carla Fracci", "Carlo Conti sceglie i giovani di Sanremo", "Festival di Sanremo 2016, Carlo Conti da Massimo Giletti svela i venti Big in gara", "Sanremo 2016 Cantanti e Ospiti Prima Serata 9 Febbraio: scaletta, Laura Pausini e Elton John", "Sanremo 2016: scaletta seconda serata, mercoledì 10 febbraio", "Sanremo 2016 terza serata 11 febbraio: la scaletta delle cover", "Sanremo 2016, errore nel conteggio dei voti: Miele squalificata dopo aver già passato la manche", "#Sanremo2016, il vincitore dei giovani è Francesco Gabbani. The bottom four entries at risk of elimination were revealed in alphabetical order. The winning artist(s) in both the Big Artists and Newcomers' sections are awarded prizes for their victories. The Sanremo Music Festival 2016 (66° Festival della Canzone Italiana di Sanremo 2016) was the 66th annual Sanremo Music Festival, a television song contest held at the Teatro Ariston in Sanremo, Liguria, Italy between 9 and 13 February 2016 and organised and broadcast by Radiotelevisione italiana (RAI). Commentators for the Rai Radio 2 broadcast were Pif, Andrea Delogu and Michele Astori. [4][5] In addition to the performances of the competing entries, guest performers included Pooh and Hozier. [12], All results during the first evening were determined by the combination of public voting (50%) and the votes from the press jury (50%). [4][5], The second evening on 10 February featured the song presentations of the remaining ten acts competing in the Big Artists section. Sanremo 2016, le Nuove Proposte: Francesco Gabbani - YouTube [4][5], The fifth evening on 13 February concluded the competition by determining the winner of the Big Artists section. Press jury – composed of accredited journalists that followed the competition from the Roof Hall at the Teatro Ariston. The winner of the repechage round was "Blu" performed by Irene Fornaciari. IL FESTIVAL parte bene (49.48%)", "Mercoledi 10 Febbraio 2016. Artists interested in competing in the Big Artists section were required to submit their proposals to RAI by 11 December 2015. The bottom four entries at risk of elimination were revealed in alphabetical order. [8], Decisions related to the selection of artists and compositions were taken by Carlo Conti in collaboration with a music committee under the direction of Rai 1. Sixteen entries competed: the fifteen entries that qualified from the fourth evening and the winner of the repechage round. [4][5] "Amen" performed by Francesco Gabbani was the winner. The show was presented by Carlo Conti, who also served as the artistic director for the competition. In addition, the radio stations Radio Italia and RTL 102.5 also broadcast the event.[31]. The program was written by Carlo Conti, Ivana Sabatini, Emanuele Giovannini, Leopoldo Siano, Giona Peduzzi, Riccardo Cassini, Martino Clericetti and Mario D'Amico.[1]. [3] These awards are decided upon by select groups of experts and journalists as well as members of the performing orchestra. In the second round, the winner was "Un giorno mi dirai" performed by Stadio. An additional competition among the performers competing in the Big Artists section occurred during the third evening where each act performed a cover of an Italian song or an international hit translated into Italian. While none of the entries competing in the Big Artists section were eliminated during this evening, the results were part of an overall ranking compiled from the scores each entry receives during the first and second evenings and accounted for 50% of the results during the fourth evening. While none of the entries competing in the Big Artists section were eliminated during this evening, the results were part of an overall ranking compiled from the scores each entry receives during the first and second evenings and accounted for 50% of the results during the fourth evening. [4] In addition to the performances of the competing entries, guest performers included Laura Pausini, Elton John and Maître Gims. The six artists were selected by the festival's artistic director Carlo Conti together with the competition's music committee. The first two semi-final duels for the artists competing in the Newcomers' section also took place where the two winners of the duels proceeded to the final on the fourth evening. [9] Two of the eight artists, Mahmood and Miele, were selected though the competition Area Sanremo, which was a separate qualifier for the Newcomers' section that included artists auditioning in October 2015 and being shortlisted to eight finalists before two were selected to proceed to Sanremo 2016. One of the eliminated entries from the Newcomers' section, "Mentre ti parlo" by Miele, was performed again as a consolation prize after the entry was mistakenly announced as a finalist due to a voting error in the third evening. Public televoting – carried out via landline, mobile phone, app and/or online voting. Other guests for the show included the comedy trio Aldo, Giovanni and Giacomo, athlete Giuseppe Ottaviani and actresses Kasia Smutniak and Anna Foglietta. [17], The fourth evening on 12 February featured performances of all twenty entries by the acts competing in the Big Artists section. Runner-up Francesca Michielin was selected by RAI as Italy's Eurovision entrant. Miele performed her song again in the fourth evening as a consolation prize. The results of both rounds of voting were determined by public televoting (40%), an expert jury (30%) and an demoscopic poll (30%). In addition, the fifth evening was broadcast online via the official Eurovision Song Contest website eurovision.tv. Conti hosted the show together with Virginia Raffaele, Mădălina Diana Ghenea and Gabriel Garko. [30] The five evenings were also streamed online via the broadcaster's official website rai.it. The songs were performed in the competition live and accompanied by an orchestra. The best cover, as determined by the equal combination of votes from a press jury and a public televote, was awarded with a prize. [7] Raffaele presented the first four evenings of the competition impersonating different female celebrities: actress Sabrina Ferilli (first evening), ballet dancer and actress Carla Fracci (second evening), fashion designer Donatella Versace (third evening) and actress, model and previous Sanremo host Belén Rodríguez (fourth evening). The overall winner of the Big Artists section was determined over two rounds of voting. The Sanremo Music Festival 2016 (66° Festival della Canzone Italiana di Sanremo 2016) was the 66th annual Sanremo Music Festival, a television song contest held at the Teatro Ariston in Sanremo, Liguria, Italy between 9 and 13 February 2016 and organised and broadcast by Radiotelevisione italiana (RAI). In addition, other awards are presented during the competition such as awards for the best lyrics and the best musical arrangement.   Third place, Artists that were interested in competing in the Newcomers' section could apply to one of two different qualifiers: #SG – Sanremo Giovani and Area Sanremo. [2] The competition took place over five evenings between 9–13 February 2016. Other guests for the show included author and director Marc Hollogne, athlete Nicole Orlando and comedians Michele and Stefano Manca. [3] The winning artist(s) in the Big Artists category also won the right to represent Italy at the Eurovision Song Contest 2016. The competing acts had an option to perform their cover together with a guest artist. The winning cover of each group qualified to the second round where the winner of the best cover prize was determined. Conti was joined by three additional hosts: actress and comic Virginia Raffaele, Romanian actress and model Mădălina Diana Ghenea and actor Gabriel Garko. In addition to the performances of the competing entries, guest performers included Renato Zero, Cristina D'Avena and Willy William. Other guests for the show included actress Nicole Kidman, actor and comedian Nino Frassica and chef Antonino Cannavacciuolo. The results of the repechage round were determined solely by a public vote that commenced during the fourth evening and concluded the following day with the result announced during the fifth evening. [18], All results for the Newcomers' section and a portion of the results for the Big Artists section during this evening were determined by the combination of public televoting (40%), the votes of the expert jury (30%) and the votes of the demoscopic poll (30%). In 10,1 mln per la quarta serata del Festival di Sanremo (47.81%)", "ASCOLTI TV | SABATO 13 FEBBRAIO 2016. The 2016 edition of the Sanremo Music Festival took place at the Teatro Ariston in Sanremo, organised by the Italian broadcaster Radiotelevisione italiana (RAI). Twenty songs competed in the Big Artists section and eight songs competed in the Newcomers' section; both competitive sections ran concurrently with each other over the five evenings. In the first round, the covers initially competed in five groups consisting of four entries each. Other guests included ballet dancer Roberto Bolle and actors Guglielmo Scilla and Giuseppe Fiorello. All songs in the competition were required to be new compositions performed in the Italian language with some exceptions for words and phrases in other dialects/languages. In the first round, the top three entries from the sixteen competing entries advance to the second round of voting. The winner of the Newcomers' section Francesco Gabbani also performed his song "Amen". [19], Results for the two rounds of voting held for the final were determined through the combination of public televoting (40%), the votes of the expert jury (30%) and the votes of the demoscopic poll (30%).[4][5].

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