“He has not missed a single day of practice since he got his first violin at the age of 4. His violin travels with us everywhere.” Seah’s mother says.
by Rhonda Massad
On December 20, violinist Benjamin Seah will take the stage in the Young Talent Competition at Complexe Desjardins. Selected to represent his age group Seah. who has been composing since he was six, will be performing a concerto by Komarovsky.
First place winner will walk aways with $400, second and third place winners, $200 each.
According to his mother Isabelle Champagne he wants to be a professional violinist when he grows up. He practices anywhere from 1 and a half to 3 hours daily, 365 days a year. Seah began playing violin at the age of four. Next year, he will be attending Le Pensionnat-du-Saint-Nom-de-Marie in music studies. He will also compete in the National Music competition in spring 2016.
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