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The Final of the sixth Eurovision Young Dancers competition was held at the Théâtre de Beaulieu of Lausanne, Switzerland on the 6th of June, 1995 — the same venue that hosted the 1989 Eurovision Song Contest. As in 1993, a Semi-Final was held in the days prior to the Final.

15 countries participated in total with Hungary and Russia making their respective debuts.
The 1995 contest was hosted by Jean-Pierre Pastori and Géraldine Chaplin, daughter of famous comedian and actor, Charlie Chaplin.
Two days before the Final, a Semi-Final was held to choose the eight countries that would take part in the Final: Greece, Poland, Switzerland, Austria, Russia, Belgium, France and Spain made it through.
Spain won the contest for the fourth time, followed by Sweden in second place and Belgium coming third.
The jury consisted of:
  • Heinz Spoerli (Switzerland) as Head of the Jury
  • Maurice Béjart (Lausanne) as Honorary Guest of the Jury
  • Oscar Araiz (Geneva)
  • Gigi Caciuelanu (Rennes)
  • Paola Cantalupo (Italy)
  • Beatriz Consuelo (Geneva)
  • Peter Van Dyk (Bonn)
  • Pierre Lacotte (France)
  • Gilbert Mayer (Switzerland)
  • Víctor Ullate (Spain)
  • Jorma Uotinen (Finland)
  • Youri Vamos (Hungary)
Heinz Spoerli, this year's Head of Jury, has been a member of the Eurovision Young Dancers jury since 1987.

The show

Semi-Final
Tuesday, 6 June, 1995, 20:30
Final
Tuesday, 6 June, 1995, 20:30
Location
Théâtre de Beaulieu, Lausanne, Switzerland
Host broadcaster
SSR SRG
Presented by
Géraldine Chaplin & Jean-Pierre Pastori
Interval Act
"Moments in a garden of Spain": Flamenco show by Nina Corti and her musicians

The Final of the sixth Eurovision Young Dancers competition was held at the Théâtre de Beaulieu of Lausanne, Switzerland on the 6th of June, 1995 — the same venue that hosted the 1989 Eurovision Song Contest. As in 1993, a Semi-Final was held in the days prior to the Final.

15 countries participated in total with Hungary and Russia making their respective debuts.
The 1995 contest was hosted by Jean-Pierre Pastori and Géraldine Chaplin, daughter of famous comedian and actor, Charlie Chaplin.
Two days before the Final, a Semi-Final was held to choose the eight countries that would take part in the Final: Greece, Poland, Switzerland, Austria, Russia, Belgium, France and Spain made it through.
Spain won the contest for the fourth time, followed by Sweden in second place and Belgium coming third.
The jury consisted of:
  • Heinz Spoerli (Switzerland) as Head of the Jury
  • Maurice Béjart (Lausanne) as Honorary Guest of the Jury
  • Oscar Araiz (Geneva)
  • Gigi Caciuelanu (Rennes)
  • Paola Cantalupo (Italy)
  • Beatriz Consuelo (Geneva)
  • Peter Van Dyk (Bonn)
  • Pierre Lacotte (France)
  • Gilbert Mayer (Switzerland)
  • Víctor Ullate (Spain)
  • Jorma Uotinen (Finland)
  • Youri Vamos (Hungary)
Heinz Spoerli, this year's Head of Jury, has been a member of the Eurovision Young Dancers jury since 1987.

The show

Semi-Final
Tuesday, 6 June, 1995, 20:30
Final
Tuesday, 6 June, 1995, 20:30
Location
Théâtre de Beaulieu, Lausanne, Switzerland
Host broadcaster
SSR SRG
Presented by
Géraldine Chaplin & Jean-Pierre Pastori
Interval Act
"Moments in a garden of Spain": Flamenco show by Nina Corti and her musicians