S. Korean pianist wins Poland’s Chopin competition


South Korean pianist Cho Seong-Jin won Poland’s prestigious Chopin competition on Tuesday, a prize that opens the doors to some of the world’s top concert halls.

Cho, 21, beat 77 other young pianists from 20 countries to take home the gold medal and 30,000-euro ($33,500) prize at the event, held every five years in the Polish capital Warsaw and named after the 19th century pianist and composer.

“First of all I couldn’t believe it,” said Seoul-born Cho, who studies at the Paris Conservatoire, after winning. “Of course being famous is good but I just want to make good music.”

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