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Highlights from Eurovision Young Musicians 2016

Highlights from Eurovision Young Musicians 2016
Poland's Łukasz Dyczko wins Eurovision Young Musicians 2016. Photograph: Thomas Hanses (EBU)
Cologne, Germany -

It's two weeks since the final of Eurovision Young Musician 2016 took place in Cologne, Germany. Saxophonist Łukasz Dyczko took the trophy for Poland, the second time that the country has won the competition.

Łukasz Dyczko won €10,000 and will perform a solo concert with WDR's symphony orchestra. Robert Bílý representing the Czech Republic was awarded second prize (€7,000) whilst Dominik Wagner representing Austria took third prize (€3,000).

The show was broadcast live in front of Cologne's iconic cathedral. You can watch the highlights of the 2016 edition of the competition below. Don't forget to check out our photographs of the live show as well as the event week itself.

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