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First and second prize winners (and their teachers) were photographed at the Renee B. Fisher Competition Winners Concert. From left are (front) Yoshie Akimoto and her student Avery Duer of Fairfield (second prize/high school); Seorin Kim of Madison (second prize/elementary school) and her teacher Sylvia Chambless, Jeffrey Liang of Madison (first prize and best commissioned work/elementary school) and Tianhai Zhou of Wallingford (first prize and best commissioned work/high school) and (back) Svitlana Fiorito, Jeffery Liang’s teacher, and Thomas Martin, Tianhai Zhou’s teacher. (Photo by Judy Sirota Rosenthal )
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Outstanding piano students from across the state performed at the Neighborhood Music School (NMS) in New Haven on May 11 as winners of the 42nd annual Renée B. Fisher Competition for Young Pianists. Among them were Madison residents Jeffery Liang, who received first prize and best performance of a commissioned work in the Elementary/Middle School division and Seorin Kim, who received second prize in the elementary/middle school division. All of the winners performed piano masterworks and commissioned works by George Stevenson and Heeyoung Yang, winners of the 2019 Fisher Composers Awards.
Neighborhood Music School (NMS) is the largest non-profit community arts organization in Connecticut. For more information, visit www.nmsnewhaven.org.
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