Eurovision Young Musicians 1990

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Eurovision Young Musicians 1990
Dates
Final date 29 May 1990
Host
Venue Musikverein, Vienna, Austria
Presenter(s) Gerhard Toetschinger
Conductor Pinchas Steinberg
Director Claus Viller
Executive producer Heidelinde Rudy
Host broadcaster ORF
Interval act Julian Rachlin
Participants
Number of entries 18 (5 qualified)
Debuting countries  Greece
 Portugal
Vote
Winning song  Netherlands
Niek van Oosterum
Eurovision Young Musicians
◄1988 1990 1992►

The 5th Eurovision Young Musicians final was held at Musikverein in Vienna, Austria on 29 May 1990.

Musicians from five countries participated in the televised final. They were all accompanied by the Austrian Radio Symphony Orchestra under the leadership of Pinchas Steinberg.[1]

Jury[edit]

Winner and remaining finalists[edit]

Pos Country Performer Instrument
1  Netherlands Niek van Oosterum Piano
2  West Germany Koh Gabriel Kameda Violin
3  Belgium Christophe Delporte Accordion
-  Austria Christine Heeger Piano
-  France Anne Gastinel Cello

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Eurovision Young Musicians 1990". European Broadcasting Union. Retrieved 17 June 2013.