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Young Musicians 2014 Final Tomorrow!

The final of the Eurovision Young Musicians Contest will take place tomorrow at the Roncalliplatz located in the heart of Cologne (Germany).  The event will be available to watch on-line at 20.00 (OFFICIAL LIVE WEBCAST).

Each of the 14 participants will perform a five-minute piece which will also be judged by the jury. After all of the performances, the jury will consider their scores from both: pre-round and final performances of each participant before deciding the winner.

Prizes will be awarded to the first, second, and third placed participants. Here is the running order:

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The schedule of musical pieces for the final can be found below:

Country

Name of Artist

Music piece in the final

Austria

Ziyu He

2 Violonkonzert By Bela Bartok

Czech republic

Martin Kot

Flick Flack By Albert Vossen

Greece

Vassilis Digos

Concerto in RE.Tedesco by M.C.Tedesco

Malta

Kurt Aquilina

Concerto De Aranjuez – 2nd movement Adagio By Joaquin Rodrigo

Norway

Sonolo Miriam Shimano Welde

3 Movement from Violin Concert No 1 in G Minor. op 26 by Max Bruch

Portugal

Andre Gunko

Cello concerto op 85, 2 mov Lento Allegro molto by Edward Elgar

Sweden

Albin UUsijarvi

Viola concerto,2nd movement by William Walton

Croatia

Sara Domjanic

Zigeunerwisen , op 20 by Pablo De Sarasate

Germany

Judith Stapf

Violin Concerto No 1 in A minor,Opus 77, fourth movement  Burlesque:Allegro con brio-Presto by Dimitri Shostakovich

Hungary

Gergely Devich

Allegro Appassionato op 43 by Saint Saens

Modova

Livyka Shtirbu – Sokolov

Piano Concerto by Liviu Shtibru

Poland

Bartosz Kolsut

“Concerto Classico” – Part 1 by Bronislaw Kazimierz Przybylski

Slovenia

Urban Stanic

Grande Polonaise Brillante,op 22 E – Flat major by Fryderyk Chopin

The Netherlands

Lucie Horsch

Concerto per flautino in Sol Maggiori RV 443 by A Vivaldi

 

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