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Korean youth wins Bachauer International Piano Competition.

Twelve-year-old Rachel Cheung of Hong Kong won the Gina Bachauer International Junior Piano Competition, a cash prize of $7,000.

She was one of six finalists out of thirty-seven competitors from fifteen countries.

SiJing Ye of Beijing, 12, won second prize, receiving $5,000, and Hyun Jung Kim, 13, of Seoul, won the $4,000 third prize. Other winners include Qizhen He of Shenzhen, P.R. China, receiving the $3,000 fourth prize; Karsten Gimre, 11, of Banks, Oregon, the $2,000 fifth-place winner; and Sara Vujadinovic, 13, of Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro, who received the sixth prize, worth $1,000.
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Title Annotation:Items of Interest
Publication:American Music Teacher
Article Type:Brief Article
Date:Dec 1, 2004
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