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Two Central District student musicians competing for $1,000

Our schools here in the Central District have amazing, nationally renown music programs and draw in some incredibly talented individual musicians. Two of them have passed the first round of judging in KING FM’s Ten Grands contest, and are now competing against 18 other kids to win a $1,000 scholarship and a staring role in an May concert at Benaroya Hall.

First up is Pearl Lam, a 6th grader at Washington Middle School, who entered with this piano performance:

Next is Timothy Locke, a 17 year old student at Garfield High School, who also performs on the piano:

You can vote for either contestant (or any other artist) and help get them to the top ten of finalists on the King FM website. Pearl is Young Artist Entry #9, and Timothy is Young Artist Entry #11. Voting ends on April 2nd at 4pm.

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