ERR has announced that it will be broadcasting Eurovision Young Musicians 2018 across television, radio and its online portal.
The returning nation of Estonia has revealed its extensive broadcast plans for Eurovision Young Musicians 2018, which takes place later this month in Edinburgh, United Kingdom. ERR will be making all aspects of the competition available to follow live across television, radio and online.
The ERR kultuuriportaal and Klassikaraadio will be broadcasting all of the shows live including the semi-finals. While ETV2 will be broadcasting the semi-finals on time delay. Viewers will be able to watch the semi-finals in two shows broadcast from 10:00 to 13:00 local time on August 22 and 23. The final of the contest will then be broadcast live from 21:30 local time.
Tanel-Eiko Novikov will be representing Estonia in Edinburgh, he is 17 years old and was the youngest participant in Klassikatähtede. Tanel is a percussionist and has shown an interest in music since an early age. He has performed both in local competitions, but also in events and contests across Europe and the United States.
Estonia made their debut in the contest at the 1994 contest in Warsaw, when a record 24 nations took part in the competition. Estonia debuted alongside the likes of Macedonia, Germany and Croatia. The country’s best result came in 1996 when Hanna Heinmaa finished 3rd at the competition in Lisbon.