2009 Viña del Mar International Song Festival

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2009 Viña del Mar International Song Festival
Logo vina2009.jpg
Date February 23, 2009 - February 28, 2009
Location Quinta Vergara, Viña del Mar, Chile
Host Soledad Onetto, Felipe Camiroaga
Television/Radio coverage
Network Canal 13, TVN

The 2009 Viña del Mar International Song Festival was held from Monday 23 February until Saturday 28 February. This festival was the number 50, and had a special award for the 50 years, the "Gold Song", elected between the winner songs from 2001 to 2008 versions of Festival. Finally, "Gold song" in the folk contest was "Cuecas Al Sol" (2005 winner), and in the international contest was "Ayer te vi" (2001 winner).

The television channels from the festival this year is "Canal 13" and "TVN", and was held in Viña del Mar, Chile

Hosts[edit]

Acts[edit]

Monday 23[edit]

Artist Awards
Joan Manuel Serrat[2] "Silver Torch"
Contest Folk
Camila "Silver Torch", "Golden Torch" & "Silver Seagull"
Contest International
La Noche "Silver Torch", "Golden Torch" & "Silver Seagull"

Tuesday 24[edit]

Artist Awards
Verónica Villarroel "Silver Torch", "Golden Torch" & "Silver Seagull"
Juanes "Silver Torch", "Golden Torch" & "Silver Seagull"
Contest Folk
Fernando Ubiergo "Silver Torch", "Golden Torch" & "Silver Seagull"
Contest International
KC and the Sunshine Band "Silver Torch", "Golden Torch" & "Silver Seagull"

Wednesday 25[edit]

Artist Awards
Carlos Santana "Silver Torch", "Golden Torch" & "Silver Seagull"
Contest Folk
Leonardo Farkas "Silver Torch"
Contest International
Dinamita Show "Silver Torch", "Golden Torch" & "Silver Seagull"
Roger Hodgson "Silver Torch", "Golden Torch" & "Silver Seagull"

Thursday 26[edit]

Artist Awards
Folkloric Ballet
Simply Red "Silver Torch", "Golden Torch" & "Silver Seagull"
Contest Folk
Paolo Meneguzzi
Contest International
Manpoval
R.K.M & Ken-Y "Silver Torch", "Golden Torch" & "Silver Seagull"

Friday 27[edit]

Artist Awards
Luis Fonsi "Silver Torch", "Golden Torch" & "Silver Seagull"
Folk Competition Final
International Competition Semifinal
Daddy Yankee "Silver Torch", "Golden Torch" & "Silver Seagull"

Saturday 28[edit]

Artist Awards
Natalino "Silver Torch" & "Golden Torch"
Marc Anthony "Silver Torch", "Golden Torch" & "Silver Seagull"

Appearances[edit]

  • Antonio Vodanovic did a special appearance at the opening of the festival to say goodbye to the audience, taking the "Silver Torch", after leaving the animation of the festival in 2004.[3]
  • Verónica Villarroel appeared at the opening of the second day as a surprise for the 50 years of the festival.[4]
  • On the third night, the Chilean businessman Leonardo Farkas did a surprise appearance, which lasted 15 minutes approximately.[5]

Trivia[edit]

  • The singer of KC and the Sunshine Band, Harry Wayne Casey, suffered a drop in the presentation of the band.[6]
  • The Italian-Swiss singer Paolo Meneguzzi suffered failures of sound at the start of his presentation after to the annoyance of the public by the end of the presentation of Simply Red.[7]

Gold Song[edit]

International[edit]

Country Artist Song Year
Argentina Víctor Heredia "Ayer Te Vi" 2001
Argentina Ricardo Pald & Valeria Lynch "Soy Tu Angel" 2002
Spain Chema Puron "Este Amor Es Tuyo" 2003
Chile Alexis Venegas "Tus Ojos" 2004
Perú Jessica Sarango "Mi Alma Entre Tus Manos" 2005
Costa Rica Humberto Vargas "Dilo De Una Vez" 2006
Spain Pedro Fernández "Cuando Quieras Volver" 2007
Italy Doménico Protino "La Guerra De Los 30 Años" 2008
  • Winner: Argentina — Victor Heredia — "Ayer te ví"[8]
  • Awards: "Golden Lyre"

Folk[edit]

Country Artist Song Year
Chile Danny Rodríguez "Whipala" 2001
Perú Carlos Rincón "Juramento" 2002
Argentina Fernando Barrientos "Pintadita" 2003
Argentina Víctor Heredia "Bailando Con Tu Sombra" 2004
Chile Isabel Parra "Cueca Al Sol" 2005
Chile Elizabeth Morris "Canción De Agua y Viento" 2006
Colombia Leonardo Gómez & Diana Hernández "Me Duele El Alma" 2007
Perú Damaris Mallma "Tusuy Kusum" 2008
  • Winner: Chile — Camila Méndez & Isabel Parra — "Cuecas Al Sol"[9]
  • Awards: "Golden Lyre" (Contest Folk), "Silver Seagull" (Best Interpreted)

Jury[edit]

International[edit]

Folk[edit]

  • Rafael Zamarripa
  • Katherine Salosny
  • Fernanda Hansen
  • Piero
  • Sergio Campos

Queen of the Festival[edit]

Catherine Fulop (Jury)[11] 181 votes
Nicole Pérez (as Jennifer's) 15 votes
Lucila Vit 40 votes
Lucía Pérez (Contest International) 29 votes
  • Winner: Catherine Fulop[12]

Ugly King[edit]

Leonardo Farkas (Jury)[13]
Paolo Meneguzzi (Jury)
Leo Rey (Singer of "La Noche")
Augusto Schuster (Singer of "Amango")
  • Winner: Leo Rey[14]

International Coverage[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1] - Animators
  2. ^ [2] - Performers
  3. ^ [3] - Antonio Vodanovic special appearance
  4. ^ [4] - Verónica Villarroel special appearance
  5. ^ [5] - Leonardo Farkas special appearance
  6. ^ [6] - Harry Wayne Casey fall down
  7. ^ [7] - Paolo Meneguzzi failures of sound
  8. ^ [8] - Gold Song
  9. ^ [9] - 2009 Song Folk Winner
  10. ^ [10] - Jury
  11. ^ [11] - Queen of the Festival
  12. ^ [12] - 2009 Queen of the Festival Winner
  13. ^ [13] - Ugly King of the Festival
  14. ^ [14] - 2009 Ugly King Winner
  15. ^ Programación ATB