Young Mongolian musician wins prize from the int'l competitionArt & Culture
Ulaanbaatar /MONTSAME/ Mongolian young musician N.Byambadorj won the prize of Toolbox Percussion International Composition Competition, which was held in Hongkong on January 12-17.
According to the source, nearly 500 musicians submitted their works to the competition, of whom N.Byambadorj made it into TOP-10 and then selected as one of the three finalists. In the final stage, along with N.Byambadorj, participants from the US, China, Thailand, Macau, and Germany were selected as well.
About his achievement,
N.Byambadorj said, “I am so happy that I successfully participated in the
international competition, representing both Mongolia and South Korea. I was
awarded a percussion instrument.”
The artist graduated from the Mongolian State Conservatory in 2013. The same year, N.Byambadorj received an invitation from the Stanford Youth Orchestra and gained experience there for one month. During his university years, he has served as a senior percussionist of the third- and fourth-year students of the Korean National University of Arts.