Eurovision Young Musicians 2000

Location Norway
Host Broadcaster NRK
Venue Grieg Hall
Host(s) Arild Erikstad
Participants 8
Jury President Esa-Pekka Salonen (Conductor & Composer)
Executive Producer Anne Rothing
Conductor Simone Young
TV Director Torstein Vegheim
Interval Act The Brazz Brothers

Cologne 2016

Eurovision Young Musicians 2016 took place in Cologne, Germany, on 3 September at the Roncalliplatz. You can re-watch the show here.

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Participants

# Representing country Participant Instrument Piece Place
01 Austria
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Martin Grubinger Percussion Canis Familiaris (Concertino fuer Schlagwerksolo und Orchester, op. 23) by Bruno Hartl -
02 Poland
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Stanislaw Drzewiecki Piano Piano Concerto in E minor, op. 11, 3rd movement by Frederic Chopin 01
03 Hungary
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Ödön Rácz Contrabass Gran fantasia sulla Lucia di Lammermoor per contrabasso ed orchestra by Giovanni Bottesini -
04 France
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David Guerrier Trumpet Concertino pour trompette by Andre Jolivet -
05 Norway
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David Coucheron Violin Carmen Fantasy by Franz Waxman -
06 Finland
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Timo-Veikko Valve Cello Rondo for Cello and Orchestra, op. 94 by Anton Dvorak 02
07 The Netherlands
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Gwyneth Wentink Harp Harp Concerto, op. 25, 3rd movement by Alberto Ginastera -
08 Russia
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Nikolai Tokarev Piano Concerto no. 1 for Piano and Orchestra by Peter Tchaikovsky 03

About the show

The 10th Eurovision Young Musicians Final was held at the Grieg Hall in Bergen, Norway on 15 June 2000.

There were 24 participants in total, and of these were selected to perform in the televised Final, accompanied by Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra under the leadership of Simone Young.

The jury consisted of:

  • Michael Thompson (Horn Soloist)
  • Beata Schanda (International Concert Organiser)
  • Michael Collins (Clarinettist)
  • Boris Kuschnir (Violinist)
  • Evelyn Glennie (Percussionist)
  • Leif Ove Andsnes (Pianist, winner of EYM 1988)