Vocea României

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Vocea României
Voice romania.png
Genre Talent show
Created by John de Mol
Roel van Velzen
Directed by Peter Majesky
Melanie Triebel[1]
Bogdan Măciucă
Loredana Petcu
Greta Dan
Eugen Dinu
Daniel Eftimie
Lavinia Boureci
Daniel Iancu
Presented by Pavel Bartoș
Vlad Roșca (1-3)
Oana Tache (4-) (V-Reporter)
Nicoleta Luciu (2-3)
Roxana Ionescu (1)
Judges Tudor Chirilă (4-)
Loredana (1-)
Marius Moga (1-)
Smiley (1-)
Horia Brenciu (1-3)
Country of origin Romania
Original language(s) Romanian
No. of seasons 4
No. of episodes 64
Production
Executive producer(s) Robert Lionte
Producer(s) Mona Segall
Location(s) Studiourile Media Pro,
Buftea
Broadcast
Original channel Pro TV
Original run September 27, 2011 (2011-09-27) – present
External links
Website

Vocea României (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈvot͡ʃe̯a romɨˈni.ej]; English: The Voice of Romania) is a Romanian reality talent show that started in September 2011. It is part of the international syndication The Voice based on the reality singing competition launched in the Netherlands as The Voice of Holland, created by Dutch television producer John de Mol. The judging panel is Smiley, Horia Brenciu, Loredana Groza and Marius Moga with Pavel Bartoș presenter, Roxana Ionescu as Co-presenters and Vlad Roșca in backstage. In the second season Roxana Ionescu was replaced with singer and actress Nicoleta Luciu.[2] In the fourth season, Nicoleta Luciu was replaced with MTV presenter, Oana Tache[3] and singer Horia Brenciu was replaced with Vama lead member, Tudor Chirilă.[4]

One of the important premises of the show is the quality of the singing talent. Four coaches, themselves popular performing artists, train the talents in their group and occasionally perform with them. Talents are selected in blind auditions, where the coaches cannot see, but only hear the auditioner.

Coaches' teams and their artists[edit]

Marius Moga, Loredana Groza, Tudor Chirilă and Smiley are the current coaches and vocal mentors. Finalists are listed in order of their ranking from their respective seasons and arranged alphabetically for those eliminated at the same stage of the competition.

  •      Winner
  •      Runner-up
  •      3rd place
  •      4th place
Season Horia Brenciu Loredana Groza Smiley Marius Moga
1 Iuliana Pușchilă
Irina Tănase
Daniel Dragomir
Robert Patai
Cristina Vasiu
Dragoș Chircu
Iulian Canaf
Alexandra Crăescu
Oana Brutaru
Aminda
Ștefan Stan
Cătălin Dobre
Anthony Icuagu
Marcel Lovin
Mihai Popistașu
Cristian Sanda
Liviu Teodorescu
Oana Radu
Aldo Blaga
Sebastian Muntean
2 Julie Mayaya
Laurian Manta
Vlad Simon
Dalma Kovács
Ioana Cristea
Maria Cojocaru
Cristi Nistor
Ciprian Teodorescu
Ana-Maria Alexie
Teodor Manciulea
Nicoleta Gavriliță
Daria Corbu
Tibi Scobiola
Silviu Pașca
Loredana Ciobotaru
Andreea Olariu
Mihail Gheorghe
Laura Gherescu
Imre Vízi
Fely Donose
Robert Reamzy
Cezar Dometi
David Bryan
Maria-Mirabela Cismaru
3 Mihai Chițu
Ana-Maria Mirică
Georgia Dascălu
Denisa Moșincat
Árpi Török
Florin Ilinca
Andrei Hanghiuc
Florin Timbuc
Marius Marin
Muneer al-Obeidli
Alina Dorobanțu
Florin Mândru
Andrei Chermeleu
Kinga Farkas
Iulia Dumitrache
Aurel Niamțu
Adrian Nour
Claudia Iuga
Stella Anița
Iolanda Moldoveanu
Nicoleta Țicală
George Secioreanu
Lucian Frâncu
Răzvan Alexa
Sânziana Niculae
Jovana Milovanović
Felix Burdușa
Andi Grasu
Angelo Simonică
Elena Șalaru
Andrei Loică
Dana Torop
Season Tudor Chirilă Loredana Groza Smiley Marius Moga
4 Tiberiu Albu
Petra Acker
Andreea Avarvari
Ivana Farc
Ligia Hojda
Tudor Man
Florin Ciotlăuș
Iulia Ferchiu
Maria Hojda
Ilinca Băcilă
Andrei Cheteleș
Larisa Mihăeș
Florin Răduță
Ioana Satmari
Lucian Colareza
Valentin Uzun
Aliona Munteanu
Gelu Graur
Anca Petcu
Vladimir Pocorschi
Fabian Sasu
Maria Șimandi
Alina Anușca
Alin Gheorghișan
Anda Dimitriu
Brigitta Balogh
Alexandru Bunghez
Alina Dogaru
Florian Rus
Claudiu Rusu
Ioan Bîgea
Maria Constantin

Format[edit]

The series consists of three phases:

  • Blind audition
  • Battle round
  • Live performance shows

Blind audition[edit]

Four judges/coaches, all famous musicians, will choose teams of 12, 14 or 16 contestants each through a four-episode-long blind audition process. Each judge has the length of the auditionee's performance to decide if he or she wants that singer on his or her team; if two or more judges want the same singer then the singer gets to choose which coach they want to work with.

Battle round[edit]

Each team of singers is mentored and developed by its respective coach. In the second stage, called the battle phase, coaches have two of their team members battle against each other directly by singing the same song together, with the coach choosing which team member to advance from each of six individual "battles". At the end of the battle phase, there is a sing-off between two contestants of each coach, singing their audition songs. The coach chooses which one of them will join the other four into the first live round. Within that first live round, the surviving acts from each team again compete head-to-head, with a combination of public and jury vote deciding who advances onto the next round. A new element was added in season three; coaches were given two "steals", allowing each coach to select two individuals who were eliminated during a battle round by another coach.

Live performance shows[edit]

The final stage, 'Live shows', is where the artists perform in front of the coaches and an audience, broadcast live. Each coach will have four artists in their team to begin with and the artists will go head-to-head in the competition to win the public votes. These will determine which artist advances to the final eight. The remaining three artists' future in the show will be determined by the coaches, choosing who will progress.

The final eight artists will compete in a live broadcast.However, the coaches will have a 50/50 say with the audience and the public in deciding which artists move on to the 'final four' phase. In the latter, each coach will have one member who will continue. The final (the winner round) will be decided upon by the public vote.

Host and Coaches[edit]

Promotional photograph of the Coaches of Vocea României

Host[edit]

Pavel Bartoș has hosted the series since the inaugural season.[5] Roxana Ionescu[6] was co-host in season one but she was replaced by singer and actress Nicoleta Luciu.[7][8] Vlad Roșca serve as the original "backstage, online and social media correspondent".[9]

Judges[edit]

In August 2011 pop singer and actress Loredana, R'n'B musician and composer Marius Moga, singer and TV host Horia Brenciu and former Simplu member Smiley were confirmed coaches for the Voice of Romania.

Series overview[edit]

Color key

     Team Horia
     Team Loredana
     Team Smiley
     Team Moga
     Team Tudor
Season Premiere Final Winner Runner-up Third place Fourth place Winning coach Judges/Coaches[10][11] Host Co-hostess V Reporter
One 27 September 2011 26 December 2011 Ștefan Stan Dragoș Chircu Iuliana Pușchilă Cristian Sanda Smiley Horia Brenciu
Loredana Groza
Smiley
Marius Moga
Pavel Bartoș Roxana Ionescu Vlad Roșca
Two 25 September 2012 26 December 2012 Julie Mayaya Imre Vízi Cristi Nistor Tibi Scobiola Horia Brenciu Nicoleta Luciu
Three 28 September 2013 26 December 2013 Mihai Chițu Sânziana Niculae Adrian Nour Marius Marin Horia Brenciu
Four 16 September 2014 19 December 2014 Tiberiu Albu Anda Dimitriu Maria Hojda Aliona Munteanu Tudor Chirilă Tudor Chirilă
Loredana Groza
Smiley
Marius Moga
- Oana Tache

History[edit]

The series is part of the The Voice franchise and is based on a similar competition format in The Netherlands entitled The Voice of Holland. The winner is entitled to a 100.000€ prize and a recording contract with Universal Records.

The debut season started airing on September 27, 2011.[12] The Judges were pop singer and actress Loredana, R'n'B musician and composer Marius Moga, singer and TV host Horia Brenciu and former Simplu member Smiley. Pavel Bartoș is main presenter, Roxana Ionescu as Co-presenters and Vlad Roșca in backstage. The first season ended on December 26, 2011,[13] Ștefan Stan was declared the first winner of The Voice of Romania. Dragoș Chircu was runner-up followed by Iuliana Pușchilă in third place and Cristian Sanda in fourth place. Stan won by 37,67% of the votes.

The Voice returned to Pro TV for a second season which began on September 25, 2012. All four coaches are returning for season two. In this season Co-presenter Roxana Ionescu was replaced with singer and actress Nicoleta Luciu.[2] On 14 December Cristi Nistor, Tibi Scobiola, Julie Mayaya and Imre Vízi were declared finalists of the second series. The second season ended on December 26, 2011, Julie Mayaya[14] represented Team Brenciu was declared the second winner of The Voice of Romania and she was the first female contestant to win this show. Imre Vízi represented Team Moga was runner-up followed by Cristi Nistor represented Team Loredana in third place and Tibi Scobiola represented Team Smiley in fourth place.

The season three started in 28 September 2013.[15] The season four with the judge panel: Tudor Chirilă, Smiley, Loredana Groza and Marius Moga features 2 special singers, Alexandra Stan in the semi-final and the famous Spanish singer David Bisbal in the final.

Ratings[edit]

Season 3 premiered on Tuesday September 28, 2013 scoring 2.182 million viewers.

Season Time slot # Ep. Premiered Ended TV season Rank
Date Premiere viewers
(in millions)
Date Finale viewers
(in millions)
1
Tuesday 8:30 pm (episodes 1–11, 13)
Friday 8:30 pm (episodes 12, 14)
Monday 8:30 pm (finale)
15
September 27, 2011
1.007 [12]
December 26, 2011
1.48[16][17] 2011 No. 2
2
Tuesday 8:30 pm (episodes 1–3, 5-10, 12-13)
Friday 8:30 pm (episodes 4, 11, 14)
Wednesday 8:30 pm (finale)
15
September 25, 2012
1.705 [18]
December 26, 2012
1.83 [19] 2012 No. 2
3
Saturday 8:30 pm (episodes 1-9, 11-13)
Sunday 8:30 pm (episode 10)
Thursday 8:30 pm (finale)
14
September 28, 2013
2.182[20]
December 26, 2013
1,79[21] 2013 NO. 2
4
Thuesday 8:30 pm (episode 1)
Friday 8:30 pm (episode 2-)
15
September 16, 2014
1.91[22]
19 December 2014
1,66[23] 2014 NO. 1

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Recipient Result Source
2011 TVmania Awards Best Talent Show Vocea României Won [24]
2012 TVmania Awards Best Talent Show Vocea României Won [25]
2013 TVmania Awards Best Talent Show Vocea României Won [26]
2014 TVmania Awards Best Talent Show Vocea României Won [27]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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