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Naomi Druškić Continues To Impress

Naomi Druškić Continues To Impress
Naomi Druškić on the piano in Vienna this year (Photo: Mike Ranz)
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Naomi Druškić, who was the first ever participant from Bosnia-Herzegovina to take part in Eurovision Young Musicians, has carried on her achievements as a pianist since taking part in this year’s event in Vienna.

The young pianist from Sarajevo has qualified for the International Chopin Competition in Kuala Lumpur, which takes place in November of this year. She is just one of two Europeans to qualify for the next round, so massive congratulations to her from everyone involved with Eurovision Young Musicians!

Naomi played ‘Vanished Days , op57, No.1’ by Edvard Grieg and ‘Toccata, in E flat minor’ by Aram Khachaturian in the 2012 Eurovision Young Musicians competition, but was not one of the seven lucky finalists.

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