1st International Children’s Open Violin Competition takes place


The 1st International Children’s Open Violin Competition was held last week under the auspices of the Mayor of Ulaanbaatar at the Mongolian Children’s Palace.

A total of 60 young violinists from Japan, South Korea, Canada, and Great Britain participated in the competition and played world famous classical compositions. Mongolian Violinist M.Anujin, 11, received the Grand Prix prize.
Professional judges from abroad participated in the competition, which is expected to be organized each year.

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