INFEvision Video Contest 2020: It’s Kuba Kubin with ‘Let me Love’ for Czech Republic

INFEvision Video Contest 2020: It’s Kuba Kubin with ‘Let me Love’ for Czech Republic

INFEvision 2020, the video contest held by the International Network of Fan Clubs of Eurovision (I.N.F.E) is unfolding this week with the presentation of the competing acts and songs. 

The presentation of the INFEvision 2020 line up starts with Czech Republic. The Central European country and local INFE club run by   EuroContest.Cz and winner of INFEvision 2018, have selected Kuba Kubin to represent the Czech Republic with his song ‘Let me Love’.

About Kuba Kubin

Hradec Králové native (January 16, 1991), singer (tenor), composer and piano player has tended to music since his early years. After studying at the Pardubice Conservatory in 2006-2015 he worked in the internationally successful vocal group, the octet “Gentlemen Singers”, in order to participate in the founding of the Czech Ensemble Baroque Quintet, which is devoted to the interpretation of classical music.

At the same time, he collaborates with major Czech orchestras and ensembles, including the Hradec Králové Philharmonic Orchestra, the Pardubice Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra, the South Bohemian Philharmonic Orchestra, the Musica Florea, the Czech Ensemble Baroque and the Žerotín Academic Choir.

From classical music, he continues to move to other genres, chanson and pop, and his arrangements, including author compositions, are associated with well-known personalities in our music scene, including Hana Zagorova, Leona Machalkova, and the internationally popular Kelly Family, one of his songs on their latest album “We Got Love” (2017). Besides songs, he also composes serial melodies and jingles (eg for TV Barrandov).

Kuba Kubin will represent the Czech Republic with his song ‘Let Me Love’:


INFEvision 2020

This year’s edition was launched in the first days of October with INFE Romania revealing the INFEvision 2020 slogan “Riding the Ages” . From that point all INFE clubs were given a period until end of October to confirm participation to the host country.  A  total of 19 countries around the globe will eventually be participating in this year’s contest, which is a new record number for the comeptition itself after last year’s 18 countries. Unfortunately Armenia and Azerbaijan decided to withdraw due to the war conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh ( Artsakh). 

The Grand final is set to take place on December 19 in the city of Resita in Romania. 



Angelo D.

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