TVP Kultura will broadcast the final of Eurovision Young Musicians 2018 live to viewers across Poland.
The Polish national broadcasters cultural channel will be broadcasting the final of Eurovision Young Musicians 2018. TVP Kultura which has organised the nations participation in both Young Musicians and Young Dancers, will broadcast the show live on August 23.
17-year-old Marta Chlebicka has selected as the winner of Mlody Muzyk Roku 2018 and will represent Poland in Edinburgh. She won the Polish selection process for Eurovision Young Musicians in March, beating off competition from five other finalists. Marta is performing in the second show of the first semi-final on August 18, she will be performing;
- CPE Bach – Hamburger Sonata in G
- Popp – Rigoletto Fantasie
Albania will make their Eurovision Young Musicians debut in this year’s contest. Seven countries will make their return to the contest. These are Belgium (last participated in 2006), Estonia (2004), Greece (2014), Israel (1986), Russia (2010), Spain (2002) and the host nation, the United Kingdom (2010). Austria, who is the most successful country in the contest with five wins, will not take part for the first time since 1982.
Source: Dziennik Eurowizyjny
Eurovision Young Musicians has been held bi-annually since 1982. The contest was based on the format of The BBC Young Musician of the Year in the United Kingdom. Performers in the contest must be aged under 18 years and are selected by their participating broadcaster. Each performer performs a piece of classical music of their choice accompanied by the local orchestra. The winner is decided by a jury made up of classical music experts and talents.