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The co-winners of the University of North Carolina Wilmington division are James Yates, trumpet; and Jessica Small, saxophone. The winner of the High School Division is Amy Zhang, violin; and the Junior Division winner is Camden Stohl, violin. Yates will be featured in the symphony’s BachFest concert February 7. Small and Zhang will perform in the March 21 concert, Holst: The Planets; and Stohl will be accompanied by the Wilmington Symphony Youth Orchestra for the Free Family Concert April 26.
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