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Dozens take part in Windsor's first piano festival

Dozens take part in Windsor's first piano festival

Philip Dewey

Dozens take part in Windsor's first piano festival

Players hit the right notes at Windsor's first ever piano festival on Saturday and Sunday.

More than 150 took part in Windsor Piano Festival at Windsor Parish Church, in High Street - an event sponsored by Windsor Piano School in Clarence Road.

There were 30 classes to compete in, including a beginners' class, grade classes and solo classes, which were overseen by pianist Belinda Mikhail.

Katharine Forster, festival chairman, said: "There was a particularly high-standard of playing across the board.

"We had a really great mixture of talented young children and people who had never performed in public, which is why we wanted to put on the festival."

Winners included Robert Cheung in the own choice solo and diploma classes, Sandro Shargorodsky in the grade six class, and Amaar and Zain Malik in the grade two and grade five classes.

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