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Fine music awards

20 Nov 2012

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Despite not strictly being part of the Arts Precinct, St Johns Southgate produces some of the most beautiful music that can be heard anywhere in Southbank.

In keeping with its close ties to classical music, St Johns is the location for the National Fine Music Young Performer Awards.

The Fine Music Network, whose Melbourne branch is community radio station 3MBS, hosts the awards, on November 25.

The winner of 3MBS Young Performer of the Year was Violinist Aaron Ch’ng, who now competes for the national title in his hometown.

Other finalists have been chosen by 4MBS Brisbane, Fine Music 102.5 Sydney, 5MBS Adelaide and Artsound Canberra.

3MBS General Manager Anne Frankenberg said the station was very excited to have the compitition in its home town and wished Aaron all the best.

“A capacity audience was enthralled by Aaron’s performance, indeed by the performances of all Victorian participants,” Ms Frankenberg said.

“Word around our Fine Music Radio network is that all National participants are of such a high calibre that this forthcoming afternoon should not be missed.”

The awards are at 2.30 PM on Sunday, November 25. Tickets are free but need to be booked in advance and you can do so by calling 3MBS on 9416 1035 or email info@3mbs.org.au

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