Wyatt Underhill Wins at Klein International String Competition
BROOKFIELD PATCH -- Wyatt Underhill, a violinist who was born and raised in Elm Grove, won second prize at the 28th annual Irving M. Klein International String Competition, held June 8 – 9 at San Francisco State University, further propelling a burgeoning career in music. Underhill’s award, the $4,250 Elaine H. Klein Prize, includes $3,000 cash and a solo recital at the Gualala Arts Chamber Music Series. Ruth Short gives this prize in honor of Elaine H. Klein. He also won this year’s $200 Allen and Susan Weiss Memorial Prize for the Best Performance of the Commissioned Work.