Meet Poland's representative - Łukasz Dyczko

Meet Poland's representative - Łukasz Dyczko
Photograph: Thomas Hanses (EBU)
Cologne, Germany -

Łukasz Dyczko, representing Poland, is the only the only saxophonist in Eurovision Young Musicians this year. Łukasz started playing the saxophone when he was 10 years old and will play Waignein's Rhapsody pour Saxophone alto.

Łukasz is looking forward to the competition and to playing on such a big stage. "I chose the saxophone because it is a special instrument. I want to show people that the saxophone can be great in classical music", he said.

When he is not rehearsing Łukasz has been getting to know the other participants. "I'm enjoying the week so far. We are all different and different ages but our love of music connects us, it's a great feeling".

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  • Posted on 3 September 2016 at 23:20

    I have heard the audience in Cologne in front of the Cathedral, and it was marvellous. There were eleven performances, and every of them was very impressing. It was a great pleasure for me.
    I think that it is nearly impossible - no, it is REALLY impossible to compare these admirable artists with each other - because of their different instruments, their environments, their ages etc. So, for me, everyone has won a first prize.
    The only thing I was disappointed was the fact that there was only one female artist - it was also a great pleasure to listen to the two last Rokoko variations by Tchaikovsky performed by Zala Vidic. But I am convinced that in Europe there are also other female musicians of a very high level.
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