7th Eurovision Young Musicians 1994

Location Poland
Host Broadcaster TVP
Venue Warsaw Philharmonic Concert Hall
Participants 8
Voting method Jury vote
Conductor Jerzy Katlewicz

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Participants

# Representing country Participant Instrument Piece
01 Hungary
Flag of HungaryMTV
Mark Farago Piano Dance Macabre by Ferenc Liszt
02 Latvia
Flag of LatviaLTV
Liene Circene Piano Dance Macabre by Ferenc Liszt
03 Switzerland
Flag of SwitzerlandSSR SRG
David Bruchez Trombone Ballade for Trombone and Orchestra by Frank Martin
04 Finland
Flag of FinlandYLE
Pia Toivio Cello Roccoco Variations op. 33 part II, VI, VII by Petr Tchaikovsky
05 Estonia
Flag of EstoniaERR
Marko Martin Piano Concerto in C minor, no.1 op. 35, part III, IV by Dmitrij Shostakovich
06 Sweden
Flag of SwedenSVT
Malin Broman Violin Violin Concerto in A minor op.53, part III by Anton Dvorak
07 United Kingdom
Flag of United KingdomBBC
Natalie Clein Cello Cello Concerto in E minor, op. 85, part I by Edward Elgar
08 Denmark
Flag of DenmarkDR
Frederik Reesen Magle Organ Concerto for Organ and Orchestra in G minor, part II by Francis Poulenc

About the show

The final of the 7th Eurovision Young Musicians contest took place in the Philarmonic Concert Hall of Warsaw, Poland, on June 14 1994.

A total of 24 countries took part in this edition, but only 8 made it to the final. The semi-final took place between the 9th and the 10th June in the Philarmonic Hall of Warsaw.

The top 3 was chosen by a professional jury.

The jury consisted of:

  • Henryk Mikolaj Gorecki -President of the Jury (Composer) from Poland (6 December 1933 - 12 November 2010)
  • Marc Grauwels (Flute) from Belgium
  • Arie Dzierlatka (Piano, Composer) from Switzerland
  • Emma Johnson (Clarinet) from Great Britain (1966)
  • Frantisek Maxian (Piano) from Czech Republic
  • Jorma Panula (Conductor, Composer) from Finland (August 10, 1930)
  • Carole Dawn Reinhart (Trumpet) - from Austria (December 20, 1941)
  • Alfredo Riccardi (Cello) from Italy
  • Wanda Wilkomirska (Violin) from Poland (January 11, 1929)