Eurovision Young Musicians 1982

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Eurovision Young Musicians 1982
Final date 11 May 1982
Venue Free Trade Hall, Manchester, United Kingdom
Presenter(s) Humphrey Burton
Host broadcaster United Kingdom BBC
Number of entries 6
Debuting countries
Winning song  West Germany
"Markus Pawlik"
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The first Eurovision Young Musicians final was held at the Free Trade Hall in Manchester, United Kingdom on 11 May 1982.

Musicians from six countries participated in the televised final hosted by Humphrey Burton. They were all accompanied by the BBC Northern Symphony Orchestra, which was conducted by Bryden Thomson. The Norwegian participant also represented Denmark at the contest.

It was also notable that in 1982 Germany also won the Eurovision Song Contest.


Winners and remaining finalists[edit]

Pos Country Performer Instrument
1  West Germany Markus Pawlik Piano
2  France Paul Meyer Clarinet
3   Switzerland Bertrand Roulet Piano
-  Austria Leonard Kubizek Clarinet
-  Denmark &  Norway Atle Sponberg Violin
-  United Kingdom Anna Markland Piano

See also[edit]