Japanese pianists win first and fourth prize in the Paris competition

Japanese musicians won first and fourth prizes in the piano category of the Long-Thibaud-Crespin international music competition in Paris on Sunday.

The first prize went to Masaya Kamei, 20, and the fourth to Kotaro Shigemori, 22. Kamei shared the first prize with South Korean Lee Hyuk, 22.

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