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Eurovision Young Musicians 2004

Eurovision Young Musicians 2004
Dates
Final date 27 May 2004
Host
Venue Culture and Congress Centre, Lucerne, Switzerland
Presenter(s) Christian Arming
Host broadcaster SRG SSR idée suisse
Participants
Number of entries 19 (7 qualified)
Withdrawing countries  Czech Republic
 France
 Hungary
 Ireland
 Spain
Eurovision Young Musicians
◄2002 2004 2006►

The 12th Eurovision Young Musicians final was held at the Culture and Congress Centre in Lucerne, Switzerland on 27 May 2004.

There were sixteen participants in total, and seven of these were selected to perform in the televised final. The finalists were accompanied by Lucerne Symphony Orchestra under the leadership of Christian Arming. For the first time, the host and the conductor was the same person.

Jury

Winners and remaining finalists

Pos Country Performer Instrument
1  Austria Alexandra Soumm Violin
2  Germany Koryun Asatryan Saxophone
3  Russia Dinara Nadzhafova (Klinton) Piano
-  Estonia Jaan Kapp Piano
-  Norway Vilde Frang Bjærke Violin
-  Poland Agnieszka Grzybowska Percussion
-   Switzerland Giuliano Sommerhalder Trumpet

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