Jewish Boy Wins Quebec Government Prize
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Jewish Boy Wins Quebec Government Prize

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(Jewish Daily Bulletin)

Brahm Sand, an eighteen-year-old Jewish cellist of Montreal, is the winner of the $3,000 prize donated yearly by the Provincial Government for the best all-round musician in the Province of Quebec.

The prize entitles the winner to two years of post-graduate study in France under the foremost European masters. Pianists, violinists, cellists, as well as vocalists, competed for the prize.

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