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Teen violinist to perform at royal Belgian concert

BRUSSELS--A 17-year-old Taiwanese violinist is scheduled to perform as a soloist July 20 at a royal concert that is a prelude to the 181st anniversary of Belgium's independence.

Earlier this year, Tseng Yu-chien took fifth place and won the audience prize at the 75th Queen Elisabeth Competition, a highly prestigious international music competition.

He performed pieces such as Ravel's violin sonata, Sakai Kenji's violin concerto and Brahms' violin concerto in the final of the competition.

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