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MSV awards at St Johns

16 Sep 2013

MSV awards at St Johns Image

By Sean Car

The Musical Society of Victoria (MSV) will present nine outstanding young classical musicians in concert when St Johns Southgate hosts the Hephzibah Menuhin Memorial Awards on September 29.

The musicians have been chosen as finalists by MSV and will showcase their skills in front of a live audience for a chance to claim a total of more than $4000 in prize money.

Since 1982, the event has become a highly valued scholarship for musicians under 25, with many performers on the threshold of making decisions about careers in music and further overseas studies.

The concert begins at St Johns Southgate at 2.30pm with tickets available at the door. More information: www.msv.org.au

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