The Fifth Edition of The Golden Stag Festival – 1992

The Golden Stag

After eleven years of silence the National Television brought back to life The Golden Stag Festival. The fifth edition took place in Brasov between June 24th – June 28th, 1992. The organizers moved the festival from Dramatic Theatre to Sfatului Square, in the old city, where TV INSTANT BETON built up a huge stage with 5,000 seats. The Festival’s hosts were Ricky Dandel, a famous international showman born in Romania, Bianca Brad, television presenter, Tomi Cristin and Ruxandra Enescu.

The opening cocktail was offered by the mayor at Cetate Restaurant – a medieval restaurant built inside the city’s old fortress.

The festival was broadcast by: NHK-Japan, Tele 5 -Spain, Finnish National TV, TVRI Indonesia, Philippine National TV, Lithuanian TV. 36 competitors from 26 countries (Finland, Germany, France, Australia, Ireland, Canada) were enrolled in the contest for the big trophy, while 150 journalists from Europe and United States got credentials to write about the festival and its stars.

In the hors-concurs shows the audience met Patricia Kaas, Linda Martin, Sisters Sledge, and Romanian artists like Angela Similea.

Trie Utami from Indonesia was awarded with The Golden Stag Trophy.
In addition with The Golden Stag Awards, the press awarded with The Press Prize a group from Moldavia, Doina and Ion Aldea Teodorovici.

The fifth edition of The Golden Festival ended on June 28th, at the Aro Palace Restaurant, with a dinner party offered by Razvan Theodorescu, president of the National Television.

1992 Stars

In the hors concours-shows the audience met Patricia Kaas, Johnny Logan, Linda Martin, Riccardo Fogli, Sisters Sledge, Angela Similea, Gabriel Cotabita

Patricia Kaas

Patricia Kaas was born in France’s Lorraine region. She began singing when she was 11.
In 1987, Patricia released her first song, Mademoiselle Chante le Blues, soon to become a hit.
She was named Female Newcomer of the Year at the Victoires de la Musique, and her debut album Mademoiselle Chante was awarded with platinum in three countries: France, Belgium and Switzerland.

Her next song Scene de Vie, reached the French charts in only three months. The following hit: Je te dis vous (1993).

She made her debut for Sony Classical, Christmas in Vienna, in 1999.

Competitors

SINGERS’ CONTEST

ANTOANELLA PRISECARIU – AUSTRIA
TONI PUTRINO – AUSTRALIA
MARGARITA POPOVA – BULGARIA
CORY HAWKES – CANADA
ANOUSHKA – EGYPT
ROMAINE – SWITZERLAND
RACHEL ALEJANDRO – PHILIPPINES
ARJA KORISEVA – FINLAND
PAUL DIAMOND – GABON
FIONA KENNEDY – IRELAND
TRIE UTAMI – INDONESIA
CLAUDIO CIRIMELLE – ITALY
KOKI OHTA – JAPAN
OLGA RAJECKA MIGLINIECE – LETHONIA
TANIA RIZKALAK – LEBANON
OVIDIUS WISHNIAUSKAS – LITHUANIA
JOLANTA KACZMAREK – POLAND
ARIELLA – DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
LUIZA PISLARU – REPUBLIC OF MOLDAVIA
SERGHEI KELOBANOV – RUSSIA
SHANE – SWEDEN
MAR ROCA – SPAIN
CRISZTINA FEKETE – HUNGARY
LAURA STOICA – ROMANIA
GEANINA OLARU – ROMANIA

VIDEOCLIP CONTEST

CORY HAWKES – CANADA
ANOUSHKA – EGYPT
MIISA – FINLAND
HENRY WINTER – IRELAND
MAMIKO ASSOU – JAPAN
OLGA RAJECKA MIGLINIECE – LETHONIA
IVO FRANKLIN – HOLLAND
OVIDIU LIPAN – GERMANY
VICTOR KARALIOV – RUSSIA
SHANE – SWEDEN
SERGHEI KELOBANOV – RUSSIA
DAN DANIEL – ROMANIA

DEBUT CONTEST

CORY HAWKES – CANADA
ANOUSHKA – EGYPT
ROMAINE – SWITZERLAND
DONNA – PHILIPPINES
HENRY WINTER – IRELAND
OLGA RAJECKA MIGLINIECE – LETHONIA
SHANE – SWEDEN
ALAN ROY SCOTT – U.S.A.
LAURA STOICA – ROMANIA
DOINA and ION ALDEA TEODOROVICI – MOLDAVIA

Winners

The Golden Stag Trophy
TRIE UTAMI – INDONESIA

Videoclip Contest
1st Prize
SERGHEI KELOBANOV – RUSSIA
2nd Prize
MIISA – FINLAND
3rd Prize
OLGA RAJECKA – LETHONIA

Debut Contest
1st Prize
LAURA STOICA – ROMANIA
2nd Prize
SHANE – SWEDEN
3rd Prize
HENRY WINTER – IRELAND

Singers’ Contest
1st Prize
MARGARETA POPOVA – BULGARIA
2nd Prize
ARJA KORISEVA – FINLAND
3rd Prize
LAURA STOICA – ROMANIA

Special Award for the Best Performance of a Romanian Song
RACHEL ALEJANDRO – PHILIPPINES

Special Prizes Awarded by The Press
CORY HAWKES -CANADA
DOINA and ION ALDEA TEODOROVICI – REPUBLIC OF MOLDOVIA

Special Award for Popularity
OVIDIUS WISHNIAUSKAS – LITHUANIA
TONY PUTRINO – AUSTRALIA

Mr. Festival
HENRY WINTER – IRELAND

Miss Festival
MIISA – FINLAND