Vietnamese students win international music awards

Three Vietnamese students have won prizes at the Asia-Pacific Electone Festival 2012 which ended in Hong Kong (China) on February 12, announced Vice Professor Luu Quang Minh, deputy director of the Vietnam National Music Institute.

Vietnamese delegation win high prizes at the Asia-Pacific Electone Festival 2012. (Photo: cpv)

Nguyen Thi Minh Phuong, fourth-year student at the faculty of accordion-jazz, won the first prize in the pop music category for contestants over 22 years of age.

Le Thi Quynh, first-year Master's Degree student took third place in the classical music category for contestants over 22 years.

Le Hong Tham, third-year intermediate student took third position in the pop music category for contestants under 18 years of age.

The three winners also won the Agata awards.

Asia-Pacific Electone Festival organised by the Asia-Pacific Electronic Keyboard Association attracted more than 200 contestants from many countries in the region.

By Mai An – Translated by Kim Khanh

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