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(GEN) SPAIN AWARDS YOUNG TURKISH OBOE ARTIST INCI WITH OVERACHIEVEMENT.

MADRID, Jun 18, 2010 (TUR) -- Spain's Queen Sofia College of Music on Friday has given Turkish oboe artist Ozge Inci "overachievement" award.

Spanish Queen Sophia gave "overachievement diploma" to 23-year-old Inci in a ceremony held in El Pardo Royal Palace.

Inci, who was elected as the most successful students in oboe category in 2009-2010 academic year, told A.A correspondent that, "there is not a Turkish oboe artist in the world. I want to show to the world that Turkey also exists in oboe art".

Inci said she graduated conservatory in Aegean Izmir province. "I concluded 8-year education in 6 years. My family did not have financial opportunities to meet my education abroad. However, renowned oboe artists of the world, Hansjorg Schellenberger of the Berlin philharmonic orchestra, watched me in a concert in Izmir and provided opportunities for me to get training in music school in Mardrid."

Inci said she would give a concert in Vienna next week.

The Queen Sofa College of Music (Escuela Superior de Msica Reina Sofa) is a private music college founded in Madrid, Spain, in 1991 by Paloma O'Shea. The School is one of the leading music institutions in Spain.

The purpose is to train first-rate musicians, and all the necessary resources are made available to students and teachers with this end in mind. The school offers individually-tailored instruction to ensure that each student gets the training that he or she needs. However, the school does not award academic degrees of any kind.

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