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Eurovision Young Musicians 1984

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Eurovision Young Musicians 1984

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The 2nd Eurovision Young Musicians final was held at the Victoria Hall in Geneva, Switzerland on 22 May 1984.

Musicians from seven countries participated in the televised final. The Finnish finalist also represented the other Scandinavian countries. The finalists were all accompanied by the Orchestre de la Suisse Romande under the leadership of Horst Stein.

Winners and remaining finalists

Pos Country Performer Instrument
1 Netherlands Isabelle Van Keulen Violin
2 Finland Olli Mustonen Piano
3 United Kingdom Emma Johnson Clarinet
- Austria Ghislaine Fleischmann Violin
- France Sabine Toutain Violin
- Switzerland Martina Schuchen Cello
- West Germany Andreas Bach Piano
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