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Eurovision Young Musicians 2000

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Eurovision Young Musicians 2000

Template:Infobox ABU Radio The 10th Eurovision Young Musicians final was held at the Grieg Hall in Bergen, Norway on 15 June 2000.

There were twenty-four participants in total, and eight of these were selected to perform in the televised final, accompanied by Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra under the leadership of Simone Young.[1]

Winners and remaining finalists

Pos Country Performer Instrument
1 Poland Stanislaw Drzewiecki Piano
2 Finland Timo-Veikko Valve Cello
3 Russia Nikolai Tokarev Piano
- Austria Martin Grubinger Percussion
- France David Guerrier Trumpet
- Hungary Ödön Rácz Contrabass
- Netherlands Gwyneth Wentink Harp
- Norway David Coucheron Violin


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