Forsythe 8th grader wins Second Prize at Ann Arbor Society for Musical Arts youth music competition

Forsythe 8th grader and pianist, Forrest Flesher, won Second Prize at the Ann Arbor Society for Musical Arts  Rosalie Edwards Youth Music Competition, and will be performing on Wednesday, March 20th at 10:30am at the Ann Arbor City Club.  Prizes were awarded following live auditions by 11 finalists.  At age 13, Forrest was the youngest finalist in the competition, which is open to students age 13-18 (the other finalists were 15-18 years old).  He performed the Liszt Gnomenreigen and the Rachmaninoff Polichinelle.

––Submitted by Carol and Dave Flesher

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