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Eurovision Young Musician of the Year

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In April the 15-year-old violinist Nicola Loud from north London won the coveted title 'Young
Musician of the Year'. For over a week Nicola and 17 other talented musicians from throughout Europe have been competing in Vienna to see who will win the Eurovision title. Tonight she will be playing Bruch.
Joining Nicola in the running for this coveted award are five cellists, three other violinists, four pianists, two accordion players, one flautist, one trumpeter and one clarinettist. They are playing music ranging from Mozart to Tchaikovsky, and Haydn to Grieg.
Pinchas Steinberg conducts the Austrian Radio Symphony Orchestra in the celebrated
Musikverein.
Introduced by Humphrey Burton with expert comment from the composer Edward Gregson. Television presentation Roy Tipping
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Violinist: Nicola Loud
Introduced By: Humphrey Burton
Unknown: Edward Gregson.

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Eurovision Young Musician of the Year

BBC Two England, 9 June 1990 20.00






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