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Eastern Connecticut Symphony's annual competition

Published March 18. 2013 4:00AM
Tim Martin/The Day
Hyewon Kim of New York, a cello player and one of nine competitors in the 54th annual Instrumental Competition in Evans Hall at Connecticut College, waits for her turn to perform. At left is Gay Clarkson of Waterford, the competition's chairwoman. Finalists from top music conservatories across the country competed Sunday for a first prize of $3,000 and the possibility of soloing with the Eastern Connecticut Symphony Orchestra during its 2013-14 concert season.

Hyewon Kim of New York, a cello player and one of nine competitors in the 54th annual Instrumental Competition in Evans Hall at Connecticut College, waits for her turn to perform. At left is Gay Clarkson of Waterford, the competition's chairwoman. Finalists from top music conservatories across the country competed Sunday for a first prize of $3,000 and the possibility of soloing with the Eastern Connecticut Symphony Orchestra during its 2013-14 concert season.

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