The Eurovision Young Musicians leaderboard shows a very diverse result. Participants out of ten countries have won the contest, with five countries winning the contest more than once.
Austria has won the contest a whopping five times, Julian Rachlin brought the trophy home in 1988, Lidia Baich in 1998, Dalibor Karvay in 2004, Alexandra Soumm in 2014 and Ziyu He in 2014.
Poland is second on the Eurovision Young Musicians leaderboard, they have won an impressive three times: Bartłomiej Nizioł in 1992, Stanislaw Drzewiecki in 2000 and the most recent winner: Łukasz Dyczko in 2016. In the video below you can watch some highlights from the previous edition;
Germany & The Netherlands
These countries have both won the competition twice.
In 1982 German Markus Pawlik performed Mendelssohn's Piano Concerto No.1 and took home the trophy from the very first Eurovision Young Musicians in Manchester. In the nineties Julia Fischer won the 1996 Eurovision Young Musicians in Lisbon.
Isabelle van Keulen won for The Netherlands in 1984, with her final piece Violin concert no. 5 op. 37 composed by Henri Vieuxtemps. And in 1990 Niek van Oosterum took home the win in Vienna, with Edvard Grieg's Concert for Piano and Orchestra a-minor op. 16, 1 Mov.
Apart from the four countries above, six other countries won Eurovision Young Musicians in the past: France, Greece, Norway, Sweden, Slovenia and the United Kingdom.
Here is the full breakdown: