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Eurovision Young Musicians 1998

Template:Infobox ABU Radio The 9th Eurovision Young Musicians final was held in Vienna, Austria on 4 June 1998.

Musicians from eight countries were selected to perform in the televised final. They were all accompanied by the Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra under the leadership of Dennis Russel Davies.[1]

Winners and remaining finalists

Pos Country Performer Instrument
1 Austria Lidia Baich Violin
2 Croatia Monika Leskovar Cello
3 United Kingdom Adrian Spillett Percussion
- Finland Kalle Toivio Piano
- Latvia Lauma Skride Piano
- Slovakia Michal Sťahel Cello
- Slovenia Borut Zagoranski Accordion
- Sweden David Sjögren Violin

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