Eurovision Young Musicians๐Ÿ‡ญ๐Ÿ‡ท Croatia

๐Ÿ‡ญ๐Ÿ‡ท Eurovision Young Musicians 2020 to take place in Zagreb

It is the second time that Zagreb hosts a Eurovision event

EBU and Croatian broadcaster HRT has confirmed that Croatia will be hosting the Eurovision Young Musicians 2020 in Croatia in Zagreb. The contest will take place on June 21, 2020, at King Tomislav Square, which will coincide with World Music Day, which celebrates the music of all genres being performed outside.

HRT is honoured to host the Eurovision Young Musicians

The Director-General of HRT, Kazimir Baฤiฤ‡ has mentioned a few words, in regards to hosting the contest next year:

“HRT is exceptionally honored to host Eurovision Young Musicians in 2020 in Zagreb! We will stage the competition for the very first time and, as it is the 20th edition, that makes us even more proud.

We are pleased to partner with the Croatian Ministry of Culture and the City of Zagreb for the event. As a country that is known around the world for its hard-working musical talents as well as its great cultural heritage – Croatia, Zagreb, and HRT – are ready for this wonderful experience.

Weโ€™d like to thank the EBU for giving HRT this opportunity.”

Kazimir Baฤiฤ‡ on HRT and Croatia hosting the Eurovision Young Musicians

Executive Supervisor to the EBU Jon Ola Sand has also commented on HRT and Croatia hosting the competition next year:

We are delighted to bring the 20th Eurovision Young Musicians competition to Croatia in 2020. HRT have been closely involved with this format for over 20 years and are very much a part of its heritage.

We know that HRT will produce a fantastic event for the best young classical musicians to shine. This competition has launched some of the biggest stars of the classical world and weโ€™re looking forward to giving the big names of the future an international stage next summer.”

Jon Ola Sand on HRT and Croatia hosting the Eurovision Young Musicians

Eurovision Young Musicians 2018

The last Eurovision Young Musicians took place in 2018, where Ivan Bessonov from Russia managed to win the competition against its close competitor Nikola Pajanoviฤ‡ from Slovenia. Ivan also made an appearance in this year’s competition, giving the Jury points for Russia in this year’s Eurovision Grand Final.

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Tim Jumawan

I started watching Eurovision ever since I moved to the UK in 2006, obsessed since 2012 and haven't looked back since.

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