Since the competition was launched in 1985, 15 performers have won the title of ‘Eurovision Young Dancer’. The biennial competition for dancers aged between 16 and 21 has been won the most times by Spain. Poland has won the last two editions.
Zagreb, Croatia21 June 2020
Eurovision Young Musicians
Eurovision Young Musicians is a biennial classical music competition for European musicians aged between 12 and 21 years old. Since the inaugural contest in the United Kingdom in 1986 the contest has travelled to Switzerland (1984 and 2004), Denmark (1986), the Netherlands (1988), Austria (1990, 1998, 2006, 2008, 2010 and 2012), Belgium (1992), Poland (1994), Portugal (1996), Norway (2000), Germany (2002, 2014 and 2016) and Scotland (2018).
Eurovision Song Contest
With over 60 years of legacy, hundreds of hours of live television and over 1,500 songs from more than 50 countries, the Eurovision Song Contest is the world's biggest live music event uniting nearly 200 million people every May.
Gliwice-Silesia, Poland24 November 2019
Junior Eurovision Song Contest
The Junior Eurovision Song Contest is the Eurovision Song Contest's 'little brother', showcasing extraordinary young talent aged 9 to 14. The competition was organised for the first time in 2003 in Denmark.
Gothenburg, Sweden3 August 2019
Eurovision Choir is the newest member of the family of Eurovision Live Events. This unique competition brings the best choirs in Europe together to sing acapella for a jury of experts. The inaugural event was held in Riga in 2017 in partnership with Interkultur, the world's leading organizer of international choir competitions and festivals.
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