Slovakia

Performers who have represented Slovakia at the Eurovision Song Contest.

Slovakia first participated in 1994 and made its most recent appearance in 2012. It has not yet won the Contest.

See national final entries for Slovakia.

Conductor Conducted for Slovakia more than once

NameAppearances
Vladimír Valovič2

Spokesperson Spokespeople with multiple appearances for Slovakia

Up to and including 2022.

NameAppearances
Alena Heribanová2
Ľubomír Bajaník2
Mária Pietrová2

Appearances by year for Slovakia

Named artists Named artist Backing artists Backing artist
2012  List of performers is complete Don't Close Your Eyes
Writer Max Jason Mai
Spokesperson  Mária Pietrová
2011  List of performers is complete I'm Still Alive
Writer Branislav Jancich, Bryan Todd, Sandra Nordstrom
Spokesperson  Mária Pietrová
2010  List of performers is complete Horehronie
Writer Martin Kavulic, Kamil Peteraj
Spokesperson  Ľubomír Bajaník
2009  List of performers is complete Leť Tmou
Writer Rastislav Dubovský, Anna Žigová, Petronala Kolevská
Spokesperson  Ľubomír Bajaník
1998Modlitba
Unidentified   Unidentified   Unidentified   Unidentified  
Writer Gabriel Dušík, Anna Wepperyová
Spokesperson  Alena Heribanová
Conductor  Vladimír Valovič
1996Kým Nás Máš
Unidentified   Unidentified  
Writer Juraj Burian, Jozef Urban
Spokesperson  Alena Heribanová
Conductor  Juraj Burian Writer
1994  List of performers is complete Nekonečná Pieseň
Writer Martin Ďurinda, Martin Sarvaš
Spokesperson  Juraj Čurný
Conductor  Vladimír Valovič
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