Haddonfield’s Julia Chin receives first place in “Harmony for Peace” Music Ambassador competition

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Haddonfield’s Julia Chin, right, receives first place in the “Harmony for Peace” Music Ambassador competition and accepts her award from Doug Shimell, MC for the event, and Tomoko Torii, founder of Harmony for Peace.

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Haddonfield’s Julia Chin, center, plays her violin along with Brendan Zak on violin, winner of the “Harmony for Peace” competition from previous year, and Adriana Linares on viola as part of the “Peace & Music Ambassadors” chamber group. Chin was the first place winner in the “Harmony for Peace” Music Ambassador competition for this year. She got to perform a beautiful piece as part of the Music Ambassador Chamber Group at Philadelphia’s Kimmel Center.

Hear her play at https://youtu.be/X0-vEgVEfKs?t=18s .

Chin will also be performing in a concert called “A Holiday Concert: A Call for Global Peace ‘One Voice One World’” on Dec. 19 at Carnegie Hall. Learn more at http://www.carnegiehall.org/Calendar/2016/12/19/0800/PM/Harmony-for-Peace-Holiday-Peace-Concert/.

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