Poland in the Eurovision Young Musicians

Poland
Poland
Member stationTVP
Participation summary
Appearances13 (9 finals)
First appearance1992
Best result1st: 1992, 2000, 2016
Worst resultFailed to qualify: 1994, 2006, 2008, 2018
External links
Poland's page at Eurovision.tv

Poland has participated in the Eurovision Young Musicians 12 times since its debut in 1992 and has won the contest three times to date (1992, 2000, 2016). Poland hosted the contest in 1994.[1]

Contestants

Table key
  Winner
  Second place
  Third place
Year[1] Participant Instrument Final Semi
1992 Bartłomiej Nizioł Violin 1 -
1994 Lukasz Szyrner Cello Did not qualify -
1996 Maria Nowak Violin - -
Did not participate in 1998
2000 Stanisław Drzewiecki Piano 1
2002 Piotr Jasiurkowski Violin - -
2004 Agnieszka Grzybowska Percussion - -
2006 Jacek Kortus Piano Did not qualify -
2008 Marta Kowalczyk Violin -
2010 Bartosz Głowacki Accordion - -
2012 Jagoda Krzemińska Flute 4 -
2014 Bartosz Kołsut Accordion - No semi-final
2016 Łukasz Dyczko Saxophone 1
2018 Marta Chlebicka Flute Did not qualify -

Hostings

Year Location Venues Presenter(s)
1994 Warsaw Philharmonic Concert Hall ?

See also

References

  1. ^ a b "Country profile: Poland". youngmusicians.tv. European Broadcasting Union. Retrieved 17 October 2014.

External links



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