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October 18, 2012 1:28 PM

Oct. 25-27: Attend free concerts as part of CSU's Saxophone Symposium

Columbus State University Schwob School of Music saxophone professor Amy Griffiths hosts an international saxophone competition beginning today. The four-day event will award a first prize of a new saxophone, $3000 cash, and a place on a CD for the recording of a brand new piece written for the event with the CSU percussion ensemble.

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