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Eurovision Young Musicians 2002

Eurovision Young Musicians 2002
Dates
Final date 19 June 2002
Host
Venue Konzerthaus, Berlin, Germany
Presenter(s) Julia Fischer
Host broadcaster ZDF
Participants
Number of entries 7
Debuting countries  Czech Republic
 Romania
Returning countries  Croatia
 Cyprus
 Denmark
 Estonia
 Germany
 Greece
 Italy
 Latvia
 Slovenia
 Sweden
  Switzerland
 United Kingdom
Withdrawing countries  France
 Hungary
Eurovision Young Musicians
◄2001 2003►

The 11th Eurovision Young Musicians final was held in at Konzerthaus in Berlin, Germany on 19 June 2002.

There were twenty participants in total, and seven of these were selected to perform in the televised final. The finalists were accompanied by the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin under the leadership of Marek Janowski.[1]

Jury

Winners and remaining finalists

Pos Country Performer Instrument
1  Austria Dalibor Karvay Violin
2  United Kingdom Sarah Williamson Clarinet
3  Slovenia Karmen Pecar Cello
-  Czech Republic Jakub Tylman Cello
-  Germany Alina Pogostkin Violin
-  Greece Theodore Milkov Percussion
-  Poland Piotr Jasiurkowski Violin

See also

References

  1. ^ "Eurovision Young Musicians 2002". EBU. Retrieved 17 June 2013. 
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