Eurovision Young Musicians 1994

Eurovision Young Musicians 1994
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Semi-final 19 June 1994
Semi-final 210 June 1994
Final14 June 1994
VenuePhilharmonic Concert Hall, Warsaw, Poland
ConductorJerzy Katlewicz
Host broadcasterTelewizja Polska (TVP)
Number of entries24 (8 qualified)
Debuting countries Croatia
Returning countries Greece
Withdrawing countries Yugoslavia
Voting systemTop 3 chosen by professional jury
Winning musician

The Eurovision Young Musicians 1994 was the seventh edition of the Eurovision Young Musicians, held at the Philharmonic Concert Hall in Warsaw, Poland between the 9 and 14 June 1994.[1] Organised by the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) and host broadcaster Telewizja Polska (TVP), musicians from eight countries participated in the televised final. A total of twenty-four countries took part in the competition therefore a semi-final was held in the same venue on 9 and 10 June 1994. Out of the 24 countries, 16 did not qualify to the final, including the host country Poland. All participants performed a classical piece of their choice accompanied by the Warsaw Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Jerzy Katlewicz.[1] Nine countries made their début, while five countries returned (France, Greece, Ireland, Portugal, Sweden) and FR Yugoslavia withdrew from the 1994 contest.[1]

The non-qualified countries were Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Cyprus, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Lithuania, Macedonia, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Slovenia and Spain. For the third time, the host country did not qualify for the final.[2] Natalie Clein of the United Kingdom won the contest, with Latvia and Sweden placing second and third respectively.[3]


Warsaw Philharmonic Concert Hall. Venue of the Eurovision Young Musicians 1994.

Philharmonic Concert Hall in Warsaw, Poland, was the host venue for the 1994 edition of the Eurovision Young Musicians.[1]


Semi final

A total of twenty-four countries took part in the semi final of the 1994 contest, of which eight qualified to the televised grand final. The following countries failed to qualify.[2]

Country Performer Instrument Piece
 Russia Anna Ajrapetiants Piano Ala Albeniz by Rodion Shchedrin
 France Nicolas Delclaud Violin Monologue Capriccio de la Vie d'artista by B. Petrov
 Croatia Ana Vidović Guitar Serenata española by Joaquín Malats [es]
 Poland Lukasz Szyrner Cello Danse du diable vert by Gaspar Cassadó
 Austria Bernard Hufnagl Trombone Sonatine for trombone and piano. Allegro vivance by Kazimierz Serocki
 Cyprus Manolis Neophytou Piano Prelude and Fugue op. 87 No.5 in D by Dmitri Shostakovich
 Lithuania Vilhelmas Čepinskis Violin Concerto No.2 part 1 by Balsis
 Slovenia Mate Bekavac Clarinet Solo de concours op. 10 by H. Rabasud
 Macedonia Kalina Mrmevska Piano Sonata op.28 No. 3 by Sergei Prokofiev
 Ireland Finghin Collins Piano Prelude in C-sharp minor op.45 by Frédéric Chopin
 Greece Antonios Sousamoglou Violin Monogramma for violin solo by C. Samaras
 Spain Dolores Rodríguez Paredes Guitar Estudio No.11 by Heitor Villa-Lobos
 Norway Rolf-Erik Nystrøm Saxophone Suite pour saxophone alto et piano, part I by Bonneau
 Germany Luise Wiedemann Basson Sonate in F-major op.168, 2nd part by Camille Saint-Saens
 Portugal Ruben Da Luz Santos Trombon Bach by K. Starzenegger
 Belgium David Cohen Cello Cantillene-jeu by P.B. Michel


Awards were given to the top three countries. The table below highlights these using gold, silver, and bronze. The placing results of the remaining participants is unknown and never made public by the European Broadcasting Union.[3]

Draw Country Performer Instrument Piece Result
01  Hungary Mark Farago Piano Dance Macabre by Ferenc Liszt -
02  Latvia Liene Circene Piano Dance Macabre by Ferenc Liszt 2
03   Switzerland David Bruchez Trombone Ballade for Trombone and Orchestra by Frank Martin -
04  Finland Pia Toivio Cello Roccoco Variations op. 33 part II, VI, VII by Pyotr Tchaikovsky -
05  Estonia Marko Martin Piano Concerto in C minor, no.1 op. 35, part III, IV by Dmitri Shostakovich -
06  Sweden Malin Broman Violin Violin Concerto in A minor op.53, part III by Anton Dvorak 3
07  United Kingdom Natalie Clein Cello Cello Concerto in E minor, op. 85, part I by Edward Elgar 1
08  Denmark Frederik Magle Organ Concerto for Organ and Orchestra in G minor, part II by Francis Poulenc -

Jury members

The jury members consisted of the following:[1]


EBU members from the following countries broadcast the final round.

See also


  1. ^ a b c d e "Eurovision Young Musicians 1994: About the show". European Broadcasting Union. Archived from the original on 17 June 2016. Retrieved 5 October 2014.
  2. ^ a b "Eurovision Young Musicians 1994 (Semi-Final)". European Broadcasting Union. Archived from the original on 17 June 2016. Retrieved 18 April 2015.
  3. ^ a b "Eurovision Young Musicians 1994: Participants". European Broadcasting Union. Archived from the original on 17 June 2016. Retrieved 5 October 2014.

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