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Ireland’s largest classical music award for secondary school pupils has been won by pianist Eoin Fleming, a 17-year-old student from St MacDara’s Community School in Templeogue, Dublin 6W.
Seven finalists from Dublin, Kerry, Louth and Meath competed for the Fr Frank Maher Classical Music Awards at the final concert in the Royal College of Physicians, Dublin. Fleming took the main prize of €3,000, with performances of works by Chopin and Rachmaninov.
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