After a record breaking 684 applications for Kazakhstan’s national final for Junior Eurovision 2020, an eight member jury panel has whittled them down to just 30 who will proceed to the online voting where 12 will be chosen to advance to the next stage of the selection process.
The jury consisted of eight members, all of whom are singers, composers and music professionals in Kazakhstan:
These 30 semi finalists will advance to online voting, where they will be cut down to 12:
Kazakhstan is the newest country in Junior Eurovision, having only made their debut in 2018. Daneliya Tuleshova achieved 6th place for the country in 2018 with “Ózińe sen” whilst Yerzhan Maksim finished in second place a year later with “Armanyńnan qalma”.