16 December 2017

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Anthea Zammit (2015) supports Malta in the Eurovision Song Contest

5 Febuary 2018 at 9:55

Re-watch Eurovision Young Dancers 2017!

Did you miss the live show of Eurovision Young Dancers 2017? You can watch the entire show again on YouTube. The 15th edition of the competition took place in Prague in December 2017 and planning for the 2019 event has already begun!

Last but not least it's Michal Vach for the Czech Republic

Michal Vach just performed his solo dance, Monologue, on stage, which is choreographed by himself and Lenka Halašová. Earlier this week we interviewed Michal where he said that he was honoured to represent his country on home ground. He will participate in the group dancer later tonight. You can read more about Michal here.

Christoffer Collins brings cool vibes to the stage for Sweden

Christoffer Collins has just left the Eurovision Young Dancers stage where he performed his dance, Solo-X, which was choreographed by Sigge Modigh. Chris is a stage veteran at the young age of 18 and lists Michael Jackson as his biggest dance inspiration. Read more about him here.

Patricija Crnkovič returns to Eurovision Young Dancers for Slovenia

Patricija Crnkovič first participated in Eurovision Young Dancers in 2013 and tonight she made a triumphant return to the competition. Patricija performed Disintegration, which she choreographed herself. The dancer currently studies in Rotterdam. Find out more about her.

Paulina Bidzińska stands proud for Poland

Paulina Bidzińska has just left the Eurovision Young Dancers stage where she performed La Certa which was choreographed by Jacek Przybyłowicz. Paulina started her ballet education at the age of nine and her first important achievement was when she received the Honourable Mention Award at the National Ballet Competition in Łódź in 2012. Read more about her.

Raquel Fidalgo dances to the beat for Portugal

Raquel Fidalgo has just finished performing Esquiva, which was choreographed by Catarina Moreira. Earlier this week she told us that she wanted to express the culture of Portugal through her dance. Portugal won the Eurovision Song Contest earlier this year, could Raquel do the double? Read more about her here.

Watch the show again and again!

Missed the show or want to watch it again? Enjoy the full stream of Eurovision Young Dancers 2017!

Denise Buttigieg makes magic for Malta!

Denise Buttigieg was third on stage tonight in Prague. The young dancer performed a daring, contemporary piece called Q.W. The performance was choreographed by Joeline Tabone. Despite being only 16, Denise has already won two scholarships to study abroad. Read more about her here.

Danila Kapustin flys the flag for Germany

Danila Kapustin grew up in Lithuania where he started figure skating at the age of six and dancing ballet at the age of eight. Tonight he represented Germany with his performance of Desde Otello. The accompanying music is called Amor dov'è la fe, composed by Claudio Monteverdi. Read more about him here.

Anna Louise Amundsen opens the show for Norway

Anna Louise Amundsen has just performed These Days for Norway on the Eurovision Young Dancers stage. Her piece was choreographed by Tine Erica Aspaas and the music she danced to was composed by Ane Brun. Find out more about her here.

The stage is set! Eurovision Young Dancers is live at 20:00 CET!

The 2017 edition of Eurovision Young Dancers will be broadcast live from the Prague Congress Centre tonight at 20:00. Watch the show live on YouTube and don't forget to check out the eight participants who will appear tonight! Dancers in order of appearance:
  • Norway
  • Germany
  • Malta
  • Portugal
  • Poland
  • Slovenia
  • Sweden
  • Czech Republic 

Watch the show again and again!

Missed the show or want to watch it again? Enjoy the full stream of Eurovision Young Dancers 2017!