2022 Eurovision Younger Musicians Competitors Pronounces Winners

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Based in 1982, the Eurovision Younger Musicians Competitors (EYMC) is a biennial occasion that gives a platform for worldwide rising classical musicians aged 12–21, to pursue music careers. This yr has seen the competitors return for its twentieth version after a four-year hiatus. 

First prize of EYMC 2022 went to violinist Daniel Matejča, who gained together with his rendition of the third and fourth actions of the Shostakovich Violin Concerto No. 1 with the Nationwide Orchestra of Montpellier Occitanie and conductor Pierre Dumoussaud.

The primary musician to gather an EYMC win for the Czech Republic, Matejča was chosen out of 9 finalists from 9 international locations. Moreover, he can have the chance to carry out on the 2023 Competition de musique Radio France Occitanie Montpellier

EYMC 2022’s second prize went to 19-year-old German cellist Philipp Schupelius and third place was awarded to violinist Alma Serafin Kraggerud, 15, from Norway.

Chaired by Müza Rubackyté, the competitors jury comprised Nora Cismondi, Jean-Pierre Rousseau, Christian-Pierre La Marca, and Tedi Papavrani.

That is the primary time France has held the EYMC, with Radio France internet hosting the occasion as a part of Competition de musique Radio France Occitanie Montpellier and in collaboration with France Télévisions and presenters Judith Chaine and Vincent Delbushaye.

The complete 2022 EYMC ultimate on July 23 in Montpellier, France, might be watched beneath, with the primary prize winner featured final.