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The 2016 Eurovision Young Musicians competition took place next to the Cologne Cathedral in Cologne (Germany) on the 3rd of September, 2016.

Eurovision Young Musicians travelled back to Cologne for the 18th edition of the contest. Eleven countries participated in the Grand Final on the 3rd of September 2016.

The candidates were accompanied by the WDR Symphony Orchestra Cologne, conducted by Clemens Schuldt. Each of the eleven participants performed a piece up to six minutes in duration, which was judged by a five-person professional jury.

Poland's Łukasz Dyczko won the contest, with Czech Republic's Robert Bílý and Austria's Dominik Wagner placing second and third respectively.

The show

Final
Saturday, 3 September, 2016, 0:00
Location
Cologne Cathedral, Cologne, Germany
Host broadcaster
WDR

The 2016 Eurovision Young Musicians competition took place next to the Cologne Cathedral in Cologne (Germany) on the 3rd of September, 2016.

Eurovision Young Musicians travelled back to Cologne for the 18th edition of the contest. Eleven countries participated in the Grand Final on the 3rd of September 2016.

The candidates were accompanied by the WDR Symphony Orchestra Cologne, conducted by Clemens Schuldt. Each of the eleven participants performed a piece up to six minutes in duration, which was judged by a five-person professional jury.

Poland's Łukasz Dyczko won the contest, with Czech Republic's Robert Bílý and Austria's Dominik Wagner placing second and third respectively.

The show

Final
Saturday, 3 September, 2016, 0:00
Location
Cologne Cathedral, Cologne, Germany
Host broadcaster
WDR

The contest

Number of participants
11
Winner