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Cellist Natalie Kwok made her Carnegie Hall debut as first prize winner of the American Protégé International Competition and has gone on to perform both as soloist and chamber musician at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts in Southern California, and the Chateau de Chambord, Chambord Castle, and La Madeleine Church in France, as well as Teatro Eugene O’Neill in Costa Rica. She has appeared as soloist with the Seraphim Symphony Orchestra and the Pacific Symphony Santiago Strings, and was a prizewinner in other competitions including the Grand Prize Virtuoso International Music Competition, Southwestern Youth Music Festival, Satori Strings Contest, the Los Angeles Violoncello Society, and finalist in the Osaka International Music Competition. Natalie is an active chamber musician and orchestral player. She is a member of Chamber Music | OC’s distinguished Pre-College Program, and has played with the Prelude Chamber Orchestra and the Pacific Symphony Santiago Strings. She actively contributes to fundraising activities in Orange County including the Pacific Academy Foundation, benefit concerts in response to California’s wildfire emergencies, at assisted living homes, and at children’s therapeutic centers. Natalie currently attends Valencia High School as a freshman and her teachers include Wendy Liu and Sarah Koo. By joining the Little Virtuosos Project, Natalie hopes to spread joy, express emotion, lift others up, and connect people from all around the world with the universal language of music.