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Violinist Tatsuki Narita has won second prize at an international music competition in Belgium, the organizers said Saturday.

Narita, 20, took second prize for violin at the Queen Elisabeth Competition, known as one of the world’s top three music competitions. The other two are the International Fryderyk Chopin Piano Competition and the International Tchaikovsky Competition.

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