The pieces of music that the eleven participants in Eurovision Young Musicians 2016 have been revealed.
Each of the eleven participants in this Saturday’s final will be performing for six minutes with the accompaniment of the WDR orchestra. They each have selected a piece of music that they feel best exhibits their talent and skills as a young musician.
The participants and their pieces are as follows:
- Austria – Dominik Wagner- Double Bass – Sergei Alexandrowitsch Kussewizki Concerto for Double Bass and Orchestra, Allegro with cadenza
- Croatia – Marko Martinović – Tamburitza – Jules Massenet – Meditationen (from the Opera Thaïs)
- Czech Republic – Robert Bílý – Piano – Samuel Barber – Piano Concerto, op. 38, Allegro Molto
- Germany – Raul Maria Dignola – Horn – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – Horn Concerto no. 2, Allegro Maestoso
- Hungary – Jakab Roland Attila – Violin – Pablo de Sarasate – Zigeunerweisen op. 20, no. 1
- Malta – Dmitry Ishkhanov – Piano – Dmitri Kabalevsky – Piano Concerto no. 3, op. 50, Allegro Molto
- Norway – Ludvig Gudim – Violin – Franz Waxman – Carmen Fantasie
- Poland – Łukasz Dyczko – Saxophone – André Waignein – Rhapsody pour Saxophone alto
- San Marino – Francesco Stefanelli – Cello – Dmitry Schostakowitsch – Cello Concerto Nr. 1, Allegretto
- Slovenia – Zala Vidic – Cello – Pyotr Ilych Tchaikovsky – Rococo Variations, VI: Andante, VII e coda: Allegro Vivo
- Sweden – Elliot Nordqvist – Piano – Camille Saint-Saëns – Piano Concerto No. 2 in G minor, op. 22, Andante sostenuto
For more information about this years contest and news from the selections process check out the “Eurovision Young Musicians 2016” section on the website.