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International piano festival to be held in fall

A professional piano competition named after State Awarded composer S.Gonchigsumlaa is to be held this fall. Within the scope of the government’s “Classical Art II” program, the international festival is scheduled from October 26 to 30 with the dual aims to enrich classical music’s repertory and for pianists to exchange experiences. Experts also believe that this festival will help increase the skills of budding young musicians. All pianists under the age of 35 are invited to register for this competition from September 1 to 15.

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