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Justine Xu


Justine Xu is a 14-year-old 9th grader from St. John’s School in the U.S. Territory of Guam. She started learning violin at the age of 5. In Guam, Justine is the first-place winner of the Elementary Division at the 2017 Guam Young Artist Competition and the first-place winner of the Junior Division at the 2018 and 2020 Guam Young Artist Competition, hosted by Guam Symphony Orchestra. She is a four-time gold award winner at the Tumon Bay Music Festival in Guam and a member of the violin ensemble “the Stringstars” that won the Sweepstakes Award at last year’s Tumon Bay Music Festival. Justine began taking part in international violin competitions in 2018. In February 2018, she competed and won First Prize in the 8th Hong Kong International Violin Competition. She also won Gold Prize in the Children and Class of Violin Division at the Japan International Music Open Competition (Tokyo) in July 2018. In October 2018, Justine competed in both amateur and open divisions at the 19th Osaka International Music Competition, winning Gold Prize in Free Program Junior Course DVD Audition and was chosen to compete in the final round against professional violinists in her age group. In 2019, Justine was chosen to compete in the finals of the 20th Osaka International Music Competition.  Most recently, Justine won First Prize in her age group at the Golden Classical Music Awards -- New York International Music Competition.  As a result, she performed as a violin soloist at the Winners’ Concert at Carnegie Hall on November 6, 2019. Justine has been the concertmaster of Tumon Bay Youth Orchestra. TBYO participated in the 2019 Australian International Music Festival in Sydney this past July and won a gold medal. 

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