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BBC Young Musicians 98

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Eurovision Final
From Vienna's Concert House.
Stephanie Hughes introduces the final of this year's Eurovision Young Musician competition.
Eight musicians from all over Europe have won through to the final concert with Britain represented by Adrian Spillett - the Shrewsbury percussionist who won the BBC Young Musician title in Belfast last March. Spillett, whose repertoire includes Joseph Schwantner's Percussion Concerto, is the first percussionist to appear in the Eurovision competition since its inception in 1982. The competitors will be accompanied by the Austrian Radio Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Dennis Russel
Davies, while the panel of judges is chaired by Yehudi Menuhin.
The young conductors' competition can be seen next Saturday..............
Event sponsored by Lloyds Bank

Contributors

Introduces: Stephanie Hughes
Unknown: Adrian Spillett
Unknown: Joseph Schwantner
Conducted By: Dennis Russel

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BBC Young Musicians 98

BBC Two England, 14 June 1998 17.15






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