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Violinist Jinjoo Cho will share her talents with local audiences in a concert at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at NorthPark Presbyterian Church. Hyun Soo Kim will accompany her on the piano.

Cho is a critically acclaimed violinist who has performed with many prestigious orchestras and has received multiple awards. Born in Seoul, she moved to Cleveland when she was 14 to study at the Cleveland Institute of Music. Her musical career took off quickly and she won countless competitions.

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  • kevin 2016.08.27 16:28
    Isn't the concert tonight? Man, I wish you would've posted it earlier so I could've scheduled my weekend better!

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