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BRANDON FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS, INC.

MISSION STATEMENT

The Festival strives to promote and encourage participation in, growth

and development of, and appreciation for the performing arts in the

Brandon community.

GOALS & OBJECTIVES

To provide individuals with the opportunity to participate in arts

activities at any level and to experience personal growth

To provide individuals with the opportunity to develop their skills and

an appreciation for the arts

To encourage the arts to be an integral part of a person’s life, and the

Festival to be a positive developmental experience

Festival Overview 2

Festival Information 3

Message from the Mayor 4

Message from the President 4

Board of Directors & Festival Committees 4

2020 Rules & Regulations 5

2020 Audience & Procedural Notes 7

Festival History 8

Festival Patrons 9

Sponsors & Volunteers Appreciation 10

2020 Scholarships 11

2020 Trophies 17

Scholarship Winners 2019 20

Trophy Winners 2019 23

Provincial & National Winners 2019 representing BFA 24

BRANDON FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS, INC.

is a member of Associated Manitoba Arts Festivals

(AMAF) and the Federation of

Canadian Music Festivals (FCMF).

Email:

brandonfestivalofthearts@gmail.com

2020 Adjudicators 25

2020 Festival Classes:

Speech Arts 29

Vocal 32

Guitar 40

Dance 43

Junior & Intermediate Piano 65

Senior Piano 77

Strings 84

School & Community Music 88

Brass & Woodwinds 91

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FESTIVAL OVERVIEW 2020

DATE DISCIPLINE LOCATION

February 10-11 Speech Arts Knox United Church

February 12-15 Vocal Knox United Church

February 15 Vocal Awards Night Lorne Watson Recital Hall, BU

February 15 Guitar Room 1-57 BU School of Music

February 16-21 Dance Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium

February 20 AM Ballet Studies Steppin’ Time Dance Studio

February 22 (6:30 PM) Dance Showcase Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium

February 24-29

Junior & Intermediate

Piano

Knox United Church

February 27-29 Senior Piano St. Matthew’s Cathedral,

Lorne Watson Recital Hall, BU

February 29 Piano Awards Night St. Matthew's Cathedral

March 2-3 Strings Knox United Church

March 5 Brass & Woodwinds St Matthew's Cathedral

March 3-4 School & Community Music First Presbyterian Church, (March 3 & 4)

Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium, (March 3)

March 8 (1:00 PM) Encore Concert Lorne Watson Recital Hall, BU

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FESTIVAL OVERVIEW

2020 ADMISSION PRICES

Season Ticket (includes Awards Nights) $20.00

One session $3.00

Children under 6

CONTACT INFORMATION DURING FESTIVAL:

In case of a cancellation during the Festival, please text 204-720-7074 or email

brandonfestivalofthearts@gmail.com

PLEASE NOTE: Visual or audio taping must be unobtrusive and

silent. Such taping is at the discretion of the Festival Executive.

Adjudications may not be taped (audio or visual) under any circumstances. Copies or

photographs of written adjudications may not be uploaded to the internet, including social

media platforms such as Facebook and YouTube, under any circumstances. Audience

members are asked to refrain from entering or exiting the venue during the performance.

Your cooperation in deactivating cell phones and paging devices is also appreciated.

BRANDON FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS WEBSITE:

No charge

Dance Showcase Adults $5.00

Students $3.00

Awards Nights Adults $5.00

Students $3.00

Festival Encore Concert Adults $5.00

Students $3.00

The Board of Brandon Festival of the Arts, Inc. invites you to visit

www.brandonfestivalofthearts.ca to view information about the Festival, including

winners of scholarships and trophies. Please click on the Program Link for daily updates

after 6:30 PM highlighted in yellow.

VOCAL AWARDS NIGHT

Saturday, February 15, 7:00 PM

Lorne Watson Recital Hall

School of Music, Brandon University

Performances by Class Winners

Presentation of Vocal Scholarships and Trophies

DANCE SHOWCASE

Saturday, February 22, 6:30 PM

Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium

Presentation of Dance Scholarships and Trophies

Adjudicators’ Choice Performances

PIANO AWARDS NIGHT

Saturday, February 29 , 7:00 PM

St. Matthew's Cathedral

Performances by Grade 3 - Diploma Level Winners

Presentation of Piano Scholarships and Trophies

FESTIVAL ENCORE CONCERT

Sunday, March 8, 1:00 PM

Lorne Watson Recital Hall

School of Music, Brandon University

Competition for the Kaye and G.R. Rowe

Memorial Scholarships

One performer from each Festival discipline, as

recommended by the adjudicators

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MESSAGE FROM THE MAYOR

As Mayor of the City of Brandon, I’m extremely

honoured to extend a very warm welcome and congratulations

to everyone involved in the 2020 Brandon

Festival of the Arts running from February 10 – March 8

in a variety of venues throughout Brandon. Each year

we are so fortunate to enjoy the talents and hard work

of hundreds of participants in virtually every element of

performing arts. We feel privileged to showcase an

abundance of talented young artists and performers

from our region at this prominent and prestigious

festival.

As long-time “festival parents” ourselves, my wife and I

know only too well the level of preparation and hard

work that leads up to Festival for performers, teachers,

instructors, organizers, parents and families. I believe

the contribution made by the Festival in building confidence,

professionalism and excellence within our young

people is paramount. Moreover, the Festival’s

longstanding role in showcasing the arts is an extremely valuable element in the richness

of our community. I would like to commend and thank the Board, volunteers and adjudicators

for all they do in staging this year’s Festival. Best wishes to all our young artists and

performers; enjoy your festival, learn from your adjudicators and from each other…and

don’t forget to have some fun!

With best personal regards,

Rick Chrest

2019-2020 BOARD OF DIRECTORS

EXECUTIVE

DIRECTORS

President Jason Stitt Jadyn Burr

1st Vice-President Dori Driedger Sharon Rogers

2nd Vice-President Debee Brickner Richele Burr

Treasurer Elizabeth Gebauer Synthia Wright

Darlynne Smith

David Simard

Shannon Ewasiuk

Nancy Gatien

Executive Assistant: Difei Wu

MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT

On behalf of the Board of Directors of Brandon Festival of the Arts Inc., it is my pleasure to

welcome all performers, adjudicators, teachers, volunteers and audience members to the

2020 Brandon Festival of the Arts.

The Board of Directors is most grateful to the Festival Patrons, award donors and others for

their generous financial contributions. The Brandon Festival of the Arts also wishes to thank

the various venues for the use of their facilities during the four weeks of festival sessions.

The Board of Directors wishes to thank all of the many volunteers for their help in ensuring

that the Festival sessions run smoothly. The success of any festival depends upon the talent,

preparation and encouragement of participants by their teachers and parents.

The Brandon Festival of the Arts is a chance for some participants to showcase their unique

gifts. For others, it’s a welcome opportunity to have a non-competitive performance experience.

I hope all participants will have an enjoyable and rewarding performance experience during

the 2020 Brandon Festival of the Arts.

Jason Stitt

President

2019-2020 COMMITTEES

SCHOLARSHIPS FESTIVAL PATRONS TROPHIES

Synthia Wright* Richele Burr * Vacant

AWARDS/AWARDS CONCERTS ADJUDICATORS HOSPITALITY

Dori Driedger* William Gordon* Debbie Souza

Paul Madryga

Marla Fontaine

PUBLICITY

Mary-Jo Carrabre

David Simard*

Catherine Wood

SYLLABUS & RULES

PROGRAM

ADJUDICATORS’ SECRETARIES Sharon Rogers* Eileen Agar

Kathleen Gordon*

William Gordon

Shannon Ewasiuk VENUES Sarah Hall

Everett Hopfner

Naomi Forman

Jason Stitt

Janelle Wilts

ADVERTISEMENTS

Monique Roy-Keller

Darlynne Smith* ADMISSIONS Paul Madryga

Brittany Burch

Kathleen Gordon

Robert Richardson, Sr.

Sherridan Anderson

*chairperson

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Rules in the Associated Manitoba Arts Festival (AMAF) Provincial Syllabus 2015 Edition apply

to the 2020 Brandon Festival of the Arts, unless modified or

expanded in the Brandon Festival of the Arts (BFA) Addendum for Dance or

Music and Speech Arts. In every instance, the Addendum is the final authority.

INTRODUCTION

1. Brandon Festival of the Arts is composed of three types of classes: competitive, non-competitive

and those with special rules such as National classes. All classes are potentially competitive and noncompetitive

regardless of the Syllabus designation. Mark your preference in the box provided on the

online entry form. (See also rule number 6 in General Procedures.)

2. In addition to the classes listed in the Provincial Syllabus, the Brandon Festival of the Arts may

also offer other classes, as specified in the Addendum. These classes, however, will not have Provincial

eligibility.

MARKING - Music & Speech Arts Disciplines

1.The following marking system is in effect for all disciplines:

A+ or 90 and above signifies superior performance

A or 85 to 89 signifies distinction

A- or 80 to 84 signifies definite merit

B or 75 to 79 signifies fair

C or 70 to 74 signifies adequate

2. No half-marks will be awarded by adjudicators.

3. The adjudicator will read out only the marks of the competitors taking first, second and

third places at the end of each class. If the classes are very small, the adjudicator may, at

his or her discretion, hear a succeeding class or two prior to adjudication.

4. Winners of eligible solo trophy classes must receive a mark of 85 or over to perform in

Awards Night.

5. The decision of the adjudicator regarding class placement must be accepted as

final. At no time may anyone approach the adjudicator to discuss the matter.

MARKING - Dance

1. The adjudicator will read out the awards at the end of each class. If the classes are very

small, the adjudicator may, at his or her discretion, hear a succeeding class or two prior to

adjudication.

2. The decision of the adjudicator regarding class placement must be accepted as

final. At no time may anyone approach the adjudicator to discuss the matter.

3. The following marking system is in effect:

Gold Honours 96 to 100 Gold 90 to 95

High Silver 86 to 89 Silver 80 to 85

Bronze 70 to 79 Merit up to 69

4. The adjudicator is responsible for all decisions regarding award allocation.

5. Performances to be included in the Dance Showcase will be Adjudicators’ Choice.

6. Awards & Dance Showcase recommendations do not necessarily reflect the highest

marks given.

2020 RULES AND REGULATIONS

GENERAL REGULATIONS - Music & Speech Arts Disciplines

1. REQUIRED ENTRY FEES DELIVERED IN PERSON must be received NO LATER THAN 6:00 PM

at The UPS Store, 1300-18th Street, Brandon, or by 4:30 PM at the School of Music Office at Brandon

University, on MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 2019. FEES MAILED to Brandon Festival of the Arts must be

paid by cheque only (cash will not be accepted) and MUST BE POSTMARKED NO LATER THAN

November 4, 2019.

2. In all classes except School Music and Community Choir, REPERTOIRE SELECTION and LENGTH

OF TIME MUST be stated on the entry form.

3. PLEASE NOTE: In those classes where selections must be from a recognized examination syllabus, the

syllabus must be the CURRENT one.

4. The Festival will determine the order in which participants will perform. The Festival reserves the right

to alter the order of participants if necessary. All requests for changes to the program order must be submitted

in writing to the President of Brandon Festival of the Arts for consideration. Participants who are

not ready to perform when called upon will be disqualified. If time allows, they will be offered the opportunity

to perform for adjudication only at the end of the class.

5. The Festival Committee reserves the right to cancel any class with insufficient entries.

6. NO CHANGES from competitive to non-competitive status (or vice versa) will be allowed after the

submission of entries. Errors in entries made by participants will be heard for adjudication only.

7. Repertoire which has been entered incorrectly will be moved to the appropriate class. There can be NO

CHANGES in repertoire selections after the entry deadline. In special circumstances, this may be reviewed

by the Festival Committee.

8. All Festival classes shall be under the working management of Brandon Festival of the Arts. Protests

cannot be considered unless made in writing and forwarded to Brandon Festival of the Arts, Inc. within

three (3) days of the close of the Festival. Decisions on such matters shall be final and binding upon all

concerned.

9. Brandon Festival of the Arts is not equipped to supply extraneous articles of equipment such as music

stands or stools.

10. Repeats are at the discretion of the performer/teacher, although Da Capo and Dal Segno must be observed.

11. Electronic amplification will not be permitted unless specified in the original score.

12. Copyright Laws. All Speech Arts classes are covered by an Access Copyright license, secured through

AMAF, which allows copying rights for all speech arts classes. Festival participants may reproduce selection

copies as required. Use of the reproductions is restricted to preparation for and participation in the

Brandon Festival of the Arts or the AMAF Provincial Festival. Original music scores must be provided for

the adjudicator. Accompanists must also perform from original scores when the copyright is still active

and in effect. Unless performing from memory, all entrants must also use original copies. All digital

downloads must provide evidence of legitimate purchase if requested by a Brandon Festival of the Arts

Board Member. If copyright rules are not followed, no mark will be awarded, and the participant will

perform for adjudication only. The ‘for adjudication only performance’ will not be considered for any

awards. If you have any questions concerning Copyright rules, you are strongly urged to contact brandonfestivalofthearts@gmail.com

prior to the start of the festival.

13. Unless a competitor is the ONLY entrant in a specific class, no change in the time slot will be allowed

unless the performer agrees to play for adjudication only. For example, an entrant in a Wednesday evening

class of six participants cannot request to play on a Monday afternoon and still be considered for competitive

ranking in the class.

14. A Chamber Group is defined as a minimum of three (3) performers.

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15. Participants must choose a level and stay in that level for all entries within that discipline and instrument,

for competition purposes. Students may, for example, enter both a Grade 8 Piano Solo class & a

Grade 6 Violin Solo class, but may not enter a Grade 8 Piano Solo Sonata class & a Grade 9 Piano Solo

J.S. Bach class. Please note, however, that participants may enter up to two classes at the next level

(above or below) in the same instrument FOR ADJUDICATION ONLY. Exceptions will be permitted:

A. for individuals performing in duet and group classes. A duet entry must enter at the level of the more

advanced competitor. The lower level competitor may still compete as a solo performer in the class

appropriate for his or her level, even if this differs from the level of the duet class entered.

B. instrumental ensembles where the participant may play a different instrument in a second ensemble.

C. for a conductor who may conduct two or more groups in the same festival.

16. Performers will be permitted to play only the number of movements required by the class

description.

17. National Classes: Own choice, one movement of a Sonata or Concerto/Concerted Work. Orchestral

part to be played on a piano. NC, NV 1, NK 2, NS 3, NG 4, NW 5, NB 6, NCH 8 and NMT 9 are the

only classes eligible for recommendation to the National class at the Provincial Festival. No marks will

be awarded in National classes. Adjudicators may recommend any number of participants to the Provincial

Music Festival. These participants must, in the opinion of the adjudicator, meet the national standard.

To enter a National Class, a competitor must not be older than age 28 as of December 31 of the year

preceding the Festival. Please note: To be eligible to proceed to Provincial Festival, at least TWO

classes must be entered at the same level and discipline. Please refer to the National Syllabus for complete

regulations.

18. Transposition up or down is allowed in all vocal classes below the Intermediate level.

19. Memorization and its effect upon marks will be subject to the discretion of the adjudicator; however,

memorization is usually desirable.

20. For all solo and duet Own Choice selections, participants may not perform the same selection at the

Festival in subsequent years.

21. Participants may not perform the same selection or part of the same selection at the Festival in more

than one class. PLEASE NOTE: This also applies to repertoire entered in the Provincial and National

classes.

22. Sight Reading classes will be heard privately.

23. No current Festival test pieces are eligible as Own Choice selections in the same discipline;

however, for example, a vocal test piece could be a choral Own Choice.

24. For Own Choice selections, the quality of the music chosen and its suitability for the class will be

taken into consideration by the adjudicator.

25. Practising on the Festival pianos is not allowed during the Festival session.

26. Visual or audio taping must be unobtrusive and silent. Such taping is at the discretion of the Festival

Executive. Adjudications may not be taped (audio or visual) under any circumstances.

27.No entry fee refunds will be allowed.

28. All music scores presented to the adjudicator must have the first measure of each line identified by a

measure number.

GENERAL PROCEDURES - DANCE

1. REQUIRED ENTRY FEES DELIVERED IN PERSON must be received NO LATER THAN 6:00 PM

at The UPS Store, 1300-18th Street, Brandon, or by 4:30 PM at the School of Music Office at Brandon

University, on MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 2019. FEES MAILED to Brandon Festival of the Arts must

be paid by cheque only (cash will not be accepted) and MUST BE POSTMARKED NO LATER THAN

NOVEMBER 4, 2019.

2. The order in which participants will be heard will be determined by the local Festival organization,

which reserves the right to alter the order, if necessary.

3. The Festival Committee reserves the right to cancel any class with insufficient entries.

4. NO CHANGES from competitive to non-competitive status (or vice versa) will be allowed after the

submission of entries. Errors in entries made by participants will be heard for adjudication only.

2020 RULES AND REGULATIONS

5. A dance which has been entered incorrectly will be moved to the appropriate class by the Festival Committee.

There can be NO CHANGES in repertoire selections after the entry deadline.

6. All Festival classes shall be under the working management of Brandon Festival of the Arts. Protests cannot

be considered unless made in writing and forwarded to Brandon Festival of the Arts, Inc. within three (3) days

of the close of the Festival. Decisions on such matters shall be final and binding upon all concerned.

7. Brandon Festival of the Arts is not equipped to supply extraneous articles of equipment.

8. Copyright laws must be observed at all times.

9. Unless a competitor is the ONLY entrant in a specific class, no change in the time slot will be allowed unless

the performer agrees to play for adjudication only. For example, an entrant in a Wednesday evening class

of six participants cannot request to dance on a Monday afternoon and still be considered for competitive

ranking in the class.

10. All dance classes in this Festival will follow the Rules and Regulations of Associated Manitoba Arts

Festival (AMAF) and those of Dance Manitoba.

A. In Musical Theatre/Stage Dance With and Without Voice, lip sync is not acceptable.

B. In duos, trios and groups, age will be determined by the average age of the participants as of

January 1, 2020. (Example: a group with an average age of 10.4 would be in the 10 Years & Under category.

A group with an average of 10.5 would be in the 12 Years & Under category.)

11. Visual or audio taping must be unobtrusive and silent. Such taping is at the discretion of the Festival

Executive. Adjudications may not be taped (audio or visual), under any circumstances.

12. No entry fee refunds will be allowed.

13. The adjudicator will read out the remarks and levels of each class at the end of the adjudication of each

class. Several classes will be observed before being adjudicated during a dance session.

AWARDS - MUSIC & SPEECH ARTS

1. Scholarships and trophies are listed in the Addendum. Some may not have been confirmed at time of

publishing, and amounts and donors may change.

2. Information regarding class eligibility for trophy competition may be obtained from

trophies@brandonfestivalofthearts.ca.

3. All performers in non-competitive and competitive classes will be given equal consideration for scholarships

and trophies by the adjudicator. Eligibility for all SOLO scholarships requires performance in two or

more solo classes in the same discipline.

4. Multi-level, Open and Honours level classes are not eligible for trophies, with the exception of School and

Community Music, Speech Choirs and Piano Ensembles.

5. Festival certificates will be awarded to the first-, second- and third-place winners with a mark of 80 or over.

A Festival gold seal will be placed on the certificates of first-place winners of competitive solo and duet

classes with a mark of 85 or over.

6. The Open classes for Piano Duet (K2708), Piano Trio (K2744), and Piano Quartet (K2764) shall be eligible

for the Intermediate and Advanced Piano Ensemble trophies. The grade level of the most advanced entrant

shall determine the trophy for which an entry is eligible. To be eligible for a Piano Ensemble trophy, the

repertoire presented may be an original composition or an arrangement for One Piano, 4 Hands; One Piano, 6

Hands; Two Pianos, 4 Hands; or Two Pianos, 8 Hands.

7. An entrant may not win the same scholarship or trophy more than twice. In the case of a quartet, a trophy

may be won multiple times, provided 50 percent of the members are new. Choirs, speech choirs and school

ensembles are exempt from this regulation.

8. Winners of eligible solo trophy classes must receive a mark of 85 or over to perform at Awards Night.

Winners of multiple trophy classes shall perform their selection(s) from one of these classes when competing

at Awards Night.

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2020 RULES AND REGULATIONS AUDIENCE AND PROCEDURAL NOTES

9. Time limits for Awards Nights must be strictly adhered to. Failure to do so will result in disqualification.

Time limits are as follows:

Piano: H.E. Phipps Trophy, Grade 9, 10 minutes

Tim and Lynn Silversides Trophy, Grade 10

12 minutes

Western Financial Group Tudor Bowl, Diploma Level 12 minutes

Strings: Alex Whyte Memorial Trophy, Grades 8 and 9 10 minutes

Victor Krahn Memorial Trophy, Grade 10 and Diploma 12 minutes

Brass: Beta Sigma Phi Trophy, Grades 9, 10 and Diploma 12 minutes

Woodwinds: Albert Johnson Memorial Trophy, Grades 9, 10 and Diploma 12 minutes

10. Progression of a student is at the discretion of the teacher. Winners of Solo Trophy classes up to &

including Gr. 7 are expected to move to a higher level in the ensuing year. Exceptions may be made

where there is an age span of several years.

11. Rowe Scholarship: Festival participants older than twenty-five years of age by December 31, 2019,

will not be eligible for the Rowe Scholarship.

12. Scholarship awards will be announced at the Awards Nights, with the exception of those for Speech

Arts, Guitar and School & Community Music. Thank you notes from scholarship winners will be

required prior to the release of scholarship cheques. It is the hope of Brandon Festival of the Arts that

these awards will be used for further study.

AWARDS - DANCE

Please refer to the Scholarships section of the Dance Addendum for eligibility requirements.

1. Scholarships and trophies are listed in the Addendum. Some may not have been confirmed at time of

publishing, and amounts and donors may change.

2. All performers in non-competitive and competitive classes will be given equal consideration for

scholarships by the adjudicator. Performers will be eligible for scholarships when only ONE solo class

is entered unless otherwise specified in the terms of reference. Scholarships requiring more than one

class to be entered include the Riesberry Memorial Scholarship and the Barbara Withey Ehnes Scholarship

in Ballet Studies. Please note: Ballet Studies is considered a solo class.

3.Age categories 19 Years & Over and Multi-generational classes are not eligible for scholarships.

4. There is no limit to the number of awards that adjudicators may give in any class.

5. An entrant may not win the same scholarship or trophy more than twice.

6. Awards will be announced at the Dance Showcase. Thank you notes from scholarship winners will be

required prior to the release of scholarship cheques. It is the hope of Brandon Festival of the Arts that

scholarships will be used for continued dance studies.

7. Kaye and G.R. Rowe Memorial Scholarship: Festival participants older than twenty-five years of

age by December 31, 2019 will not be eligible for the Rowe Scholarship.

Any concerns regarding Brandon Festival of the Arts

should be addressed, in writing, to:

Brandon Festival of the Arts, Inc.

Office 130, 100-1300-18th Street

Brandon, MB R7A 6X7

Or email brandonfestivalofthearts@gmail.com

For cancellations, please call 204-720-7074

Audience members are asked not to enter or leave the performance area of the venue while a performance

or adjudication is in progress. This can be most distracting for performers, adjudicators

and fellow audience members. Entrance and exit to the venue will only be permitted at appropriate

intervals. Participants and audience members are requested to move quickly and quietly in the

performance area of the venue to minimize distractions.

Brandon Festival of the Arts reserves the right to alter the order of the program, if

necessary, to accommodate any unforeseen circumstances which may arise.

Following each session, the adjudicator will make a public adjudication and will read out only the

marks of the competitors taking first, second and third places at the end of each class. If the classes

are very small, the adjudicator may, at his or her discretion, hear a succeeding class or two

prior to adjudication.

Visual or audio taping of performances must be unobtrusive and silent. Such taping is at the discretion

of the Festival Executive. Adjudications may not be taped (visual or audio), under any

circumstances.

Participants, teachers and audience members must not make any attempt to

communicate with the adjudicators during the Festival. Every attempt is made to isolate the adjudicators

from the public until the close of their discipline’s sessions.

The adjudicators are responsible for all decisions regarding the awarding of

scholarships and trophies, and the selection of performers for Dance Showcase and Festival Encore

Concert. The decisions of the adjudicators are final.

The Rules and Regulations must be followed by all of the performers, teachers and audience members.

Protests or complaints must be submitted in writing within three (3) days of the close of the

Festival. Copies of the Rules and Regulations may be found in this Official Program and the current

Addenda to Brandon Festival of the Arts, available at www.brandonfestivalofthearts.ca.

Those who do not abide by the Rules and Regulations may be banned from further participation in

the Festival.

Audience and Procedural Notes. Visual or audio recording of performances is permitted but must

be unobtrusive and silent. Such recording is at the discretion of the Festival Executive. Visual or

audio recording of adjudications is not permitted under any circumstances. Copies or photographs

of written adjudications may not be uploaded to the internet, including social media platforms

such as Facebook and YouTube, under any circumstances.

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A SHORT HISTORY OF THE BRANDON FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS by R.W. Brockway (revised 2020)

The Western Manitoba Schools Music Competition Festival of June 8 and 9, 1928,

initiated by the Brandon School Board, marked the beginning of Brandon Festival

of the Arts. Thirty-two choirs, fifty-eight soloists and fifteen duets were featured.

In 1929, the Western Manitoba Musical Festival for adults and church choirs was

started by the Rotary Club and in 1930, these two Festivals were amalgamated,

and classes for piano and orchestra were added. The festival idea caught on, and

during the hard times of the 1930s, more than 2,000 contestants performed to a

total audience of 4,500. In 1931, thirty-six communities as well as Brandon sent

participants to the Festival, which now included orchestra and string classes. In

1933, Brandon’s Festival was affiliated with the British Federation Musical Competition

Festivals, so that one British adjudicator judged all of the classes every year.

Throughout most of the 1930s, the Festival thrived but, by 1940, with World War II

preoccupations looming ever larger, entries and classes both declined. Though the

School Board and Rotary Club decided to continue the festival after the 1941

event, no Festival was held again until 1948. The renewed Festival, organized as a

result of a public meeting called by the Rotary Club, included piano, vocal, instrumental,

choral, and band classes, and later, speech arts and folk dancing. By 1966,

there were so many entries that the Festival was divided into two sections, one for

music and one for speech arts and dance. In Canada’s Centennial Year, 1967, there

was also an evening of one-act plays and in 1968, a final Concert was reintroduced.

During the late 1960s and 1970s, the Festival suffered from not only financial reverses,

but controversy. The old question as to whether the Festival should

encourage competition or participation just for pleasure surfaced once again. As

an experiment, all classes were made non-competitive in 1971. In addition, in order

to counter charges that the Festival had become too “stuffy,” classes were

added for folk and rock groups, and folk song solos with guitar accompaniment.

Popular response indicated that a majority favored competitive classes, so a mixed

format of competitive and non-competitive options was adopted in 1972. That

year also saw the introduction of the National Festival of Music by the Federation

of Canadian Music Festivals, and the first Manitoba Highlights Concert. New categories

of classes continued to be added throughout the 1970s, some to endure,

like ballet, and others to be dropped as interest faded. In 1978, the growing diversity

of classes was recognized in the new name, Brandon Festival of the Arts, Inc.,

adopted that year.

The 1980s were good years. In 1982, the first Provincial Syllabus was published in

which all classes were made potentially competitive or non-competitive according to

the wishes of the entrants. Among other new classes, some for senior citizens were

included. Contestants in the Brandon Festival of the Arts continued to be drawn from

all ages, from all over Manitoba and even Saskatchewan. As in the past, some young

artists achieved international fame, having gone from Provincial triumphs to national.

In 1987 the Diamond Jubilee of the Brandon Festival was celebrated with a special

Concert, “Six Decades of Festival Highlights,” featuring many prominent guests, and

also a commemorative booklet from which this short history was taken. In that year,

there were 1,825 entries in seventeen disciplines. The Festival lasted twenty-four days

that year.

Unfortunately, 1987 also saw the introduction of the ban on the use of photocopies

by performers in compliance with copyright law, which severely decreased entries in

classes such as band, choir, and orchestra in subsequent years. This disaster was

followed by the cutbacks of the 1990s, which have resulted in the loss of much public

funding at all festival levels, and increasing difficulty getting volunteers. Nevertheless,

despite setbacks, highly dedicated workers and enthusiastic entrants continued to

make Brandon Festival of the Arts a lively event each year and a significant contribution

to the cultural life of Western Manitoba, despite a growing need for more

volunteer help, both on the committee and during the Festival.

Space does not allow naming the many dedicated volunteers who have contributed to

the ongoing success of Brandon Festival of the Arts. Nor can the many performers

who have gone on from Festival participation to make a significant contribution to the

arts be mentioned. Those interested in a detailed history of the early years of the

Festival are referred to “On the Road to Excellence,” the 1987 Centennial publication

of Brandon Festival of the Arts.

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In 2020, Brandon Festival of the Arts continues to thrive, with over 1,300 entries and

over 3,600 performers. Thanks to its many volunteers, patrons and sponsors, Brandon

Festival of the Arts, Inc. is able to host a month-long event in February and March

each year, drawing performers from many communities in southwestern Manitoba. It

continues to provide a valuable opportunity for entrants of all ages to develop their

skills and receive feedback from nationally recognized adjudicators.

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FESTIVAL PATRONS

Brandon Festival of the Arts gratefully accepts donations, which are recognized in the following categories:

* Bronze (up to $24)

* Silver ($25-$74)

* Gold ($75-$149)

* Platinum ($150 and up)

We regret that, because of publication deadlines, donations received after December 31, 2019 could not be

included in this year’s program. Those donations will be acknowledged in the 2021 program.

Bronze 2020

Bertha Eastley

Silver 2019

Elizabeth M. Wall

Silver 2020

Patsy and John Lee-Kwen

Mrs. Norma Woodman

Bev and Laird Borotsik

Frances Bridgett

Jean E. Burgess

Amber Clark

Sharon Rogers and Mark Timmons

Margaret Borotsik

Anne Matiation

Alison McNeill-Hordern

Sally Scaletta

Mrs. Barbara Hamm

Leota Nelson

Helen Dalling

Robert and Jean Horton

The Cram Family, in memory of

Kiersten Stitt

D. Anthony and Pat Hayward Louise Uhryniuk & Daniel Smith

Mark and Sherridan Anderson

Gold 2020

Government of Manitoba:

All Charities Campaign

Mark and Cheryl Cramer

Dr. Joe Stouffer

William and Synthia Wright

Mrs. Ruth Vasconcelos

Dr. and Mrs. G. Large

Reg and Aynsley Helwer

Robert and Sylvia Richardson

Platinum 2020

Mr. and Mrs. A. Rogosin

Pieter and Erika van Rensburg

Bryan and Sherri Ferguson

Ravi and Salosh Shunmugam

Dr and Mrs. E.J. Elves

Dr. Gordon Rust and Christy Myers-Rust

Dr. William and Mrs. Lana Myers

Laurel and Douglas Stevenson

Elizabeth M. Wall

Dr. Gerald and Maureen Stitt

Dr. Lawrence Jones

Kelly and Heather Mathison

William and Kathleen Gordon

Guillermo Rocha Medical Vision

Centre

Barbara and Harvey Laluk

Dr. David and Lisa Lysack

Harvey Bergner

Pat and Jeff Cristall

Brandon Festival of the Arts wishes to thank those whose names appear here and others

who may have contributed later. Your donations have helped to cover the

ever-increasing costs related to hosting the Festival. Thank you so much!

For others who may wish to make a donation, please visit the Brandon Festival of the Arts

website at www.brandonfestivalofthearts.ca to complete the Festival Patron Donation

form. Donations are gratefully accepted through PayPal or by cheque.

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APPRECIATION FOR OUR SPONSORS AND VOLUNTEERS

Brandon Festival of the Arts gratefully acknowledges the support of the following businesses and

organizations that have contributed to the 2020 Festival and sends heartfelt thanks to the many

volunteers who made the 2019 Festival a success.

Blue Moon Water Systems

Pirouette Active Wear

Brandon University School of Music

Brandon UPS Store

Manitoba All Charities Campaign

Ted Good Music (1973) Ltd.

Thank You!

Eileen Agar Janissa Cassels Jennifer Harris

Chris Arksey Amy Carmona Everett Hopfner

Maria Ash Emilie Blaikie Cox Heidi Howarth

Sheri Bailey Dori Driedger Lili Jardine

Barbara Bohune Rebecca Driedger Shannon Kent

Laura Bohrn Carlyn Duncan Milena King

Alice Brancewicz Ellie Duncan Rebecca Koop

Debee Brickner Shannon Ewasiuk Lydia Lafontaine

Darlene Brownridge Naomi Forman Craig Laluk

Sandy Brownridge Nancy Gatien Joan Lawrence

Brittany Burch Elizabeth Gebauer Lindsay Lewis

Betty Burdeniuk April Gibson Kelly Lumbard

Jadyn Burr Kathie Gordon George MacKay

Richele Burr William Gordon Glenda MacKay

Mary Jo Carrabré Heather Grimshaw Judy MacKay

Mary Lou Harding

John MacLellan

Merci!

Mayvis MacLellan Zhaleh Roberts Caroline Stitt

Paul Madryga Sharon Rogers Kiersten Stitt

Susan Majcher Jan Ross Maureen Stitt

Lori McBeth Marie Roy Cathy Stitt-Sorotsky

Maria McIntyre Monique Roy-Keller William Taylor

Catherine McLaren Elaine Rust Jennifer Tegg

Caroline Mullins Marian Saseniuk Cheryl Tripp

Lana Myers Aeleen Sclater Gary Walker

Lynda Nay-Kamann Heather Shelton Rod Wiebe

Helena Neustater David Simard Wendy Wiebe

Brenda Newton Kelsey Simpson Aaron Wilson

Courtney Newton Darlynne Smith Janelle Wilts

Judy Olmstead Debbie Souza Graham Wright

Scott Perkin Tanis Stapleton Synthia Wright

Rae Placatka Jason Stitt Leanne Zacharias

We are grateful for your support!

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Brandon Festival of the Arts is very grateful to the individuals, organizations, and

businesses that contribute to the scholarship program in our Festival. This support

encourages outstanding performers in their pursuit of excellence. Please note:

Some scholarships have not been confirmed at time of printing, and amounts or

donors may change by Awards Nights. Some scholarships may not be awarded.

GENERAL

Brandon University President’s Festival of the Arts Scholarship

Brandon University provides a full-tuition scholarship for one year to a full-time student

entering Brandon University as a full-time Music student in September. The scholarship,

whose approximate value is $4,500, will be awarded to a student who delivers an outstanding

performance during the Brandon Festival of the Arts. Application forms are

available on the website (www.brandonfestivalofthearts.ca), under the tab “Our Festival”,

followed by “Scholarships”.

Kaye and G.R. Rowe Memorial Music & Dance Scholarship $600

First place in the Music & Dance competition

Donor: The Festival Trust

The Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra is pleased to provide an instrumental or vocal winner

of the Kaye & G.R. Rowe Memorial Scholarship in Music & Dance the opportunity to

perform a solo work with the orchestra. Repertoire and concert date will be selected in

mutual agreement with the WSO. The winner will receive coaching in preparation for

the performance.

Kaye and G.R. Rowe Runner-up Music & Dance Scholarship $300

The second-place performer in Music & Dance

Donor: The Festival Trust

BRASS

SCHOLARSHIPS 2020

PIANO

Westman Communications Group - Q Country 91.5/94.7 Star FM Piano Scholarship $400

An outstanding performance in Grade 10, Diploma or Honours

Donor: Westman Communications Group - Q Country 91.5/94.7 Star FM

Edith Munroe Memorial Piano Scholarship $200

for Grades 10, Diploma and Honours

Donors: Friends of Edith Munroe

Edith Munroe Memorial French Piano Scholarship $100

for Grades 10, Diploma and Honours - an outstanding performance of a solo piano

composition from the French School, Classes PK2509, PK2559 or PK2609

Donors: Friends of Edith Munroe

Super Thrifty Drugs Canada Ltd. Piano Scholarship $200

Diploma Level

Donor: Super Thrifty Drugs Canada Ltd. of Brandon

Elizabeth Grant Piano Scholarship $150

Diploma Level

Donors: Dr. Bill and Mrs. Lana Myers

Canadian Music Piano Scholarship $150

An outstanding performance in Diploma or Honours level

of a work by a Canadian composer

Donors: Dr. and Mrs. Patrick Carrabré

Sister Dr. Joan Miller, RNDM Classical Piano Scholarship $200

An outstanding performance of a work by a Baroque or Classical composer,

Grades 9 - 10

Donor: Sisters of Our Lady of the Missions

Assiniboine Kiwanis Club Brass Scholarship $250

Diploma and Honours levels

Donor: Assiniboine Kiwanis Club

Diamond Jubilee Chapter IODE Brass Scholarship $150

Grades 5 and up

Donor: Diamond Jubilee Chapter IODE

Peggy Sharpe Memorial Piano Scholarship $300

Grade 10

Donor: Dr. Lawrence Jones

Naomi Rebekah Lodge and Brandon City Lodge Piano Scholarship $300

Grade 9

Donors: Naomi Rebekah Lodge no. 6 and Brandon City Lodge I.O.O.F. no. 6

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SCHOLARSHIPS 2020

PIANO (continued)

Kiwanis Club Piano Scholarship $100

An outstanding performance at the Gr 7 - 8 level

Donor: The Kiwanis Club of Brandon

Krahn Classical Music Piano Scholarship $150

Grade 8

Donor: Elsa Krahn

Sister Dr. Joan Miller, RNDM Classical Piano Scholarship $100

An outstanding performance of a work by a Baroque or Classical composer,

Grades 7 - 8

Donor: Sisters of Our Lady of the Missions

John and Bettie Goossen Memorial Piano Scholarship $100

Grade 7

Donors: Cheryl and Marv Goossen

Sister Dr. Joan Miller, RNDM Classical Piano Scholarship $100

An outstanding performance of a work by a Baroque or Classical composer,

Grades 5 - 6

Donor: Sisters of Our Lady of the Missions

Brandon & Westman Registered Music Teachers’ Assoc. Piano Scholarship $150

An outstanding performance in Grades 5 - 6

Donor: Brandon & Westman Registered Music Teachers’ Association

Margaret McCurdy Memorial Piano Scholarship $200

Grade 6

Donor: Elizabeth Grant

Donald & Kehler Law Office Piano Scholarship $150

Grade 5

Donor: Donald & Kehler Law Office

Cheryl and Marv Goossen Piano Scholarship (Gr. 1-4) $50

An outstanding performance in Grades 1 - 4

Donors: Cheryl and Marv Goossen

Hildred Smith-Mayhew Memorial Piano Scholarship $50

Grade 4

Donor: The Festival Trust

Marion M. Davies Memorial Piano Scholarship $50

Grade 3

Donor: The Festival Trust

Kim Piano Scholarship $100

Grade 2

Donors: Drs. Michael and Kyung Kim

Cheryl and Marv Goossen Piano Scholarship (Gr. 1) $50

Grade 1

Donors: Cheryl and Marv Goossen

SCHOOL & COMMUNITY MUSIC

Betty Gibson Memorial Choral Scholarship $100

Best performance by a Middle Years school choir, Grades 5-8

Donor: The Festival Trust

Kiwanis Club Choral Scholarship $100

An outstanding performance by a school choir, any level

Donor: The Kiwanis Club of Brandon

Gordon Choral Scholarship $100

An outstanding choral performance

Donors: Kathleen and William Gordon

Brandon Conservatory Chorale Scholarship $100

An outstanding performance by a school or community choir

Donor: Brandon Conservatory Chorale

Cordell Grant Memorial Choral Scholarship $100

An outstanding performance by a school or community choir

Donor: Brandon Conservatory Chorale

Westman Communications Group - Q Country 91.5/94.7 Star FM Early Years $100

Choral Scholarship

Best performance by an Early Years Choir (any grades K to 4)

Donor: Westman Communications Group - Q Country 91.5/94.7 Star FM

Westman Communications Group - Q Country 91.5/94.7 Star FM Community $100

Choral Scholarship

An outstanding performance by a community choir

Donor: Westman Communications Group - Q Country 91.5/94.7 Star FM

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SPEECH ARTS

Kaye and G.R. Rowe Memorial Speech Arts Scholarship $600

An outstanding performance in Speech Arts

Donor: The Rowe Trust

SCHOLARSHIPS 2020

Kiwanis Club Scholarship $100

An outstanding performance in Grade 7 to Diploma level

Donor: The Kiwanis Club of Brandon

Eleanor H. Hammond Memorial Award for Speech Choir $200

Speech Choir, any level, that best demonstrates the effective use of

available voices and teamwork

Donor: Friends of Colin Mailer

Bill and Cynamon Mychasiw Speech Arts Scholarship $150

An outstanding performance at any level

Donors: Bill and Cynamon Mychasiw

Colin Mailer Memorial Speech Arts Scholarship (Senior) $100

Grades 7 - 12, outstanding performance in solo Speech Arts

Donor: Friends of Colin Mailer

Colin Mailer Memorial Speech Arts Scholarship (Junior) $100

K - Grade 6, outstanding performance in solo Speech Arts

Donor: Friends of Colin Mailer

The Patricia Bowslaugh Speech Arts Scholarship $100

K - Grade 9 Solo, Duet, Trio or Quartet

Donor: Patricia Bowslaugh

STRINGS

Kiwanis Club Strings Scholarship $200

An outstanding performance in Grades 10, Diploma or Honours level

Donor: The Kiwanis Club of Brandon

The Paw Resort and Wellness Centre Strings Scholarship $100

An outstanding performance at any level, with preference given to Gr. 8 & 9

Donor: The Paw Resort and Wellness Centre

Brandon and Westman Registered Music Teachers’ Assoc. Strings Scholarship $150

An outstanding performance at any level, with preference given to Gr. 7 & 8

Donor: Brandon and Westman Registered Music Teachers’ Association

The John and Bettie Goossen Memorial Scholarship $100

An outstanding performance in Grade 5 and up

Donors: Cheryl and Marv Goossen

Thomas Ryles Memorial Scholarship $50

Any level, with preference given to Grades 5 - 6

Donor: The Ryles Trust

VOCAL

Chemtrade Electrochem Inc. Vocal Scholarship $300

An outstanding performance in Grade B, Grade A or Honours

( including Musical Theatre)

Donor: Chemtrade Electrochem Inc.

Reg and Lola Blain Memorial Vocal Scholarship $150

Grade A

Donors: Eileen and Jack McLachlan & Marguerite Yung

The Fung Vocal Scholarship $100

Grade B

Donor: The Fung Family

Westman Communications Group - Q Country 91.5/94.7 Star FM $150

Vocal Scholarship I

One Vocal Solo, Canadian Composers, Grade A or B level

Donor: Westman Communications Group - Q Country 91.5/94.7 Star FM

Westman Communications Group - Q Country 91.5/94.7 Star FM $150

Vocal Scholarship II

One Vocal Solo, in any of the following: German Lieder AND/OR

Italian Art Song AND/OR French Mélodie, Grade B level preferred

Donor: Westman Communications Group - Q Country 91.5/94.7 Star FM

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SCHOLARSHIPS 2020

VOCAL (continued)

Westman Communications Group - Q Country 91.5/94.7 Star FM $150

Vocal Scholarship III

One Vocal Solo, Opera Aria OR 20th/21st Century English Art Song,

levels Grade A, Grade B and Intermediate (18 & over) preferred

Donor: Westman Communications Group - Q Country 91.5/94.7 Star FM

Brandon Sunset Rotary Club Vocal Scholarship $100

Intermediate Level (ages 18 and Under); outstanding performance

of a work by a Canadian composer

Donor: Sunset Rotary Club

Jane McIntyre Memorial Vocal Scholarship $250

Intermediate (ages 17-18 classes only)

Donor: Dr. Ian McIntyre

Leonard Mayoh Memorial Vocal Scholarship $100

Intermediate (ages 17-18 classes only)

Donor: The Festival Trust

Doris Mayoh Memorial Vocal Scholarship $100

20th/21st Century English Art Song, Junior level (ages 16 and Under)

Donors: Dr. Bill and Mrs. Lana Myers

Cheryl and Marv Goossen Vocal Scholarship $100

Junior (ages 15-16 classes only)

Donors: Cheryl and Marv Goossen

Hildred Smith-Mayhew Memorial Vocal Scholarship $50

Junior (ages 15-16 classes only)

Donor: The Festival Trust

Forman Honda Vocal Scholarship $100

Preliminary and Junior Level (ages 16 & Under)

Donors: Naomi and Kent Forman

Westman Communications Group - Q Country 91.5/94.7 Star FM $100

Vocal Scholarship IV

TV/Movie Musical or Musical Theatre, 14 Years & Under

Donor: Westman Communications Group - Q Country 91.5/94.7 Star FM

Westman Communications Group - Q Country 91.5/94.7 Star FM $100

Vocal Scholarship V

Musical Theatre or Gilbert & Sullivan, any level

Donor: Westman Communications Group - Q Country 91.5/94.7 Star FM

Westman Communications Group - Q Country 91.5/94.7 Star FM $150

Vocal Scholarship VI

One Vocal Solo, Baroque/Classical Composers, any level

Donor: Westman Communications Group - Q Country 91.5/94.7 Star FM

Eric Davies Memorial Vocal Scholarship $125

Outstanding performance in any vocal level

Donors: The Festival Trust & Clair and Valerie Davies

Provincial Music Festival 2020

May 22nd – 24th, 2020

Brandon University School of Music

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SCHOLARSHIPS 2020

GUITAR

Westman Communications Group - Q Country 91.5/94.7 Star FM $100

Preliminary Guitar Scholarship

Beginner to Gr 4 Level

Donor: Westman Communications Group - Q Country 91.5/94.7 Star FM

Clotilde Junior Guitar Scholarship $100

Beginner to Grade 6, with preferences to Gr 5 & 6, Classical Guitar

Donor: Paola DiMuro

Westman Communications Group - Q Country 91.5/94.7 Star FM $100

Senior Guitar Scholarship

Grade 7 to Honours

Donor: Westman Communications Group - Q Country 91.5/94.7 Star FM

WOODWINDS

W.S. Neil Memorial Woodwind Scholarship $450

Grade 9 - Honours

Donors: Mr. Phillip Noonan and Ms. Judy Nixon

Roberts Woodwind Scholarship $250

Grade 9 - Honours

Donor: Mel Roberts

McDonald’s Restaurants, Brandon Woodwind Scholarship $200

Diploma and Honours levels

Donor: McDonald’s Restaurants, Brandon

Ted Good Music (1973) Ltd. Woodwind Scholarship $100

Grade 5 and up

Donor: Ian Robinson

Recorder Scholarship $150

Most promising recorder performance by an individual or a group

Donor: Friend of the Festival

DANCE

Riesberry Memorial Dance Scholarship $300

Senior Ballet; performance in Senior Studies

and solo classes (ballet and/or pointe)

Donor: Mrs. Helen C. Riesberry Trust

Barbara Withey Ehnes Pointe Scholarship $200

Awarded for an outstanding Pointe performance at the Senior level

Donor: Anonymous

Barbara Withey Ehnes Scholarship in Ballet Studies $100

Senior or Intermediate ballet; to be awarded to a

student who has excelled in the Ballet Studies class and in solo performance

Donors: Dr. Bill and Mrs. Lana Myers

Brandon School of Dance Folk Scholarship $100

The student who best embodies the spirit of the Folk Dance

Donors: Anonymous

Dance Images Ballet Scholarship $50

Most deserving dancer in demi-character, ballet, pointe, interpretive,

contemporary ballet or contemporary pointe

Donor: Linda Kearns

Steppin’ Time Dance Studio Tap Scholarship $50

Most deserving tap dancer

Donor: Monique Roy-Keller

B. Amazing Jazz Scholarship $50

Most outstanding jazz solo, 12 years & Under

Donor: Brooklyn Adams

Isabella Howland Scholarship in Ballet Studies $100

for Junior Ballet age 10 & Under; to be awarded to a student who has

excelled in the Junior Ballet Studies class and in solo performance.

Donor: Family of Isabella Howland

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SCHOLARSHIPS 2020

DANCE (continued)

W.A. Burr Memorial Dance Scholarship I $125.00

Hip Hop, 12 & Under, Solo, Duet or Trio

Awarded for an outstanding Hip Hop performance

Donor: The Burr Family

W.A. Burr Memorial Dance Scholarship VIII $125.00

Stage Dance with Voice, 14 & Over, Solo, Duet or Trio

Awarded for an outstanding Stage Dance With Voice performance

Donor: The Burr Family

W.A. Burr Memorial Dance Scholarship II $125.00

Hip Hop, 14 & Over, Solo, Duet or Trio

Awarded for an outstanding Hip Hop performance

Donor: The Burr Family

K & L Acro Dance Scholarship

Awarded for an outstanding solo performance in Acro Dance, $200 .00

Any level

Donor: Kylie Hardy-Csversko and Linda Kearns

W.A. Burr Memorial Dance Scholarship III $125.00

Acro, 12 & Under, Solo, Duet or Trio

Awarded for an outstanding Acro performance

Donor: The Burr Family

W.A. Burr Memorial Dance Scholarship IV $125.00

Acro, 14 & Over, Solo, Duet or Trio

Awarded for an outstanding Acro performance

Donor: The Burr Family

W.A. Burr Memorial Dance Scholarship V $125.00

Tap, 12 & Under, Solo, Duet or Trio

Awarded for an outstanding Tap performance

Donor: The Burr Family

W.A. Burr Memorial Dance Scholarship VI $125.00

Tap, 14 & Over Solo, Duet or Trio

Awarded for an outstanding Tap performance

Donor: The Burr Family

W.A. Burr Memorial Dance Scholarship VII $125.00

Stage Dance with Voice, 12 & Under, Solo, Duet or Trio

Awarded for an outstanding Stage Dance With Voice performance

Donor: The Burr Family

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TROPHIES 2020

BRASS

Beta Sigma Phi Brass Trophy

Grades 9, 10 and Diploma level

Donor: Beta Sigma Phi Sorority

GUITAR

Ted Good Music (1973) Ltd. Guitar Trophy

Most outstanding performer

Donor: Ted Good Music (1973) Ltd.

PIANO

Western Financial Group Piano Tudor Bowl

Diploma Level

Donor: Western Financial Group

Lynn and Tim Silversides Piano Trophy

Grade 10

Donor: The Silversides family

E. Friesen Memorial Piano Concerto Trophy

An outstanding performance of a piano concerto, Grade 9 and up

Donor: J.E. Adam Scott

H.E. Phipps Memorial Piano Trophy

Grade 9

Donor: Stan Mazur

Marilyn Nichols Memorial Piano Trophy

Grade 8

Donor: Dr. Kenneth M. Nichols

Eckhardt-Gramatté Conservatory of Music Piano Trophy

Grade 7

Donor: Eckhardt-Gramatté Conservatory

Brandon University School of Music Piano Trophy

Grade 6

Donor: Brandon University School of Music

Mark and Cheryl Cramer Piano Trophy

Grade 5

Donors: Mark and Cheryl Cramer

Helen Pettinger Memorial Piano Trophy

Grade 4

Donors: Kelly and Michele Pettinger

Denis and Lea Badiou Piano Trophy

Grade 3

Donor: The children of Denis and Lea

Joyce and Gerald Harper Piano Trophy

Beginner to Grade 2, most outstanding performance

Donor: Kelly and Michele Pettinger

Surridge’s Popular Piano Trophy

Best performance in Popular Piano

Donor: Surridge’s Music Centre

Surridge’s Canadian Piano Trophy

Best performance of a work by a Canadian composer, Beginner - Grade 8

Donor: Surridge’s Music Centre

Angèle Muller Memorial Piano Trophy (Preliminary)

Best performance of an original work or an arrangement for piano duet, Beginner to Grade 4

OR piano trio (One Piano, Six Hands), Beginner to Grade 3 OR piano quartet

(Two Pianos, Eight Hands), Beginner to Grade 3

Donor: Claudette Caron

Odile Caron Memorial Piano Trophy (Junior & Intermediate)

Best performance of an original work or an arrangement for piano duet, Grades 5 - 8 OR piano

duo, Grades 5 - 6 OR piano trio (One Piano, Six Hands), Grades 4 - 6 OR piano quartet (Two

Pianos, Eight Hands), Grades 4 - 6; Open classes K 2708, K 2744 and K 2764 are also eligible

Donor: Claudette Caron

Alma Brock-Smith Piano Trophy (Intermediate & Advanced & Senior)

Best performance of an original work or an arrangement for piano duet, Grade 9 to Honours

OR piano duo, Grade 7 to Honours OR piano trio (One Piano, Six Hands), Grade 7 to Honours

OR piano quartet (Two Pianos, Eight Hands), Grade 7 to Honours; Open classes K 2708, K 2744

and K 2764 are also eligible

Donor: Claudette Caron

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TROPHIES 2020

SCHOOL & COMMUNITY MUSIC

Kayleigh Brugger Memorial Choral Trophy

Choirs, Grades 9 – 12

Donor: Friends of the Brugger Family

Lillian Popkin Memorial Choral Trophy

Most enjoyable performance by an elementary school choir

Donor: The Elliott Family

SPEECH ARTS

Kaye and G.R. Rowe Memorial Speech Arts Trophy

Speech Choirs, Grades 1 - 6

Donor: The Rowe Trust

Knights of Columbus Speech Arts Trophy

Solo Poetry, Grades 7 - 12

Donor: Knights of Columbus

STRINGS

Victor Krahn Memorial Strings Trophy

Grade 10 and Diploma level

Donors: David and Shirl Krahn

Alex Whyte Memorial Strings Trophy

Grades 8 - 9

Donor: Friends of Alex Whyte

Thomas Ryles Memorial Strings Trophy

Grades 5 - 7

Donor: Alixe Ryles

VOCAL

Brandon Sun Vocal Rose Bowl

Grade A

Donor: The Brandon Sun

Order of the Eastern Star Vocal Trophy

Grade B

Donor: Queen Mary Chapter no. 3, O.E.S.

Mecca Productions Vocal Trophy

Intermediate (ages 17-18)

Donors: Lisa and David Vasconcelos, Mecca Productions

R.O. Wilkie Memorial Vocal Trophy

Junior (ages 15-16)

Donor: Mrs. Duncan Brown

Mills Family Vocal Trophy

Preliminary (14 Years & Under)

Donor: The Mills Family

J.R. Reed and Doris Reed Memorial Vocal Trophy

12 Years & Under

Donor: Mrs. Betty Phillips

Hall-Platz Family Vocal Trophy

10 Years & Under

Donors: Sarah Hall and Eric Platz

Ruth Vasconcelos Musical Theatre Vocal Trophy

TV/Musical, Musical Theatre or Gilbert and Sullivan, 15 years & Over

Donors: Lisa and David Vasconcelos, Mecca Productions

Mecca Productions Musical Theatre Vocal Trophy

TV/Movie Musical or Musical Theatre, 14 Years & Under

Donors: Lisa and David Vasconcelos, Mecca Productions

WOODWIND

Albert Johnson Memorial Woodwind Trophy

Grades 9, 10 and Diploma Level

Donor: The Festival Trust

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TROPHIES 2020

DANCE

Reesor’s Jewellery Award for Jazz

S.H. Butterfield Memorial Dance Trophy

10 Years & Under

Senior Ballet level, solo performance in Self-Choreography and two solos

Donor: Reesor’s Jewellery

chosen from the following classes: ballet, pointe, lyrical dance, folk dance,

Eleanor Marks Memorial Dance Award

contemporary ballet, modern, demi-character, interpretive; one solo may be

16 Years & Under; solo or duo performance, Musical Theatre/Stage Dance with Voice

substituted by a Senior Studies class

Donors: Lisa and David Vasconcelos, Mecca Productions

Donor: The Butterfield Family

Musical Theatre Award

Pirouette Dance and Active Wear Dance Trophy

14 years & Over; most outstanding solo, duo or trio performance in Musical Theatre or

Intermediate Ballet, solo performance in ballet plus one additional solo of any

Stage Dance with Voice

other dance genre

Donors: Diane Nelson

Donor: Lorinda Abbey

Mecca Productions Dance Award

E. Friesen Memorial Ballet Trophy

12 Years & Under, solo or duo performance in Musical Theatre or Stage Dance with Voice

Junior Ballet, 10 Years & Under; solo, duo or trio performance in ballet,

Donors: Lisa and David Vasconcelos, Mecca Productions

demi-character, character, modern, contemporary, studies, interpretive or

Mecca Community Musicals Award

self-choreography

13 Years & Over, four or more performers in Musical Theatre or Stage Dance with Voice

Donor: J.E. Adam Scott

Donors: Lisa and David Vasconcelos, Mecca Productions

H. T. Kaiser Memorial Trophy for Folk Dance

Mecca Community Musicals Award

Solo or Group Performance in Folk Dance

12 Years & Under, four or more performers in Musical Theatre or Stage Dance with Voice

Donors: Friends of the Festival

Donors: Lisa and David Vasconcelos, Mecca Productions

IG Wealth Management Trophy for Tap

Al Gilbert Memorial Dance Trophy

Senior Tap

12 years & Over, solo performance in Tap AND Solo Jazz or Solo Stage Dance performance

Donor: A.J. Rosendaal

without voice

Rob Roy Award for Tap

Donors: Linda Kearns and Monique Roy-Keller

12 years & Over

Steppin’ Time Award for Stage Dance

Donors: Mr. and Mrs. Rob Roy

10 Years & Under, Stage Dance without Voice

Reesor’s Jewellery Award for Tap

Donor: Monique Roy-Keller

10 Years & Under

IG Wealth Management Dance Trophy

Donor: Reesor’s Jewellery

13 Years & Over, Stage Dance without Voice

Dance Images Award for Jazz

Donor: A.J. Rosendaal

16 years & Over

Dance Images Award for Lyrical Jazz

Donor: Linda Kearns

15 Years & Over, Senior Lyrical Jazz

Rob Roy Award for Jazz

Donor: Linda Kearns

12 years & Over

Donors: Mr. and Mrs. Rob Roy

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TROPHIES 2020

DANCE (continued)

E. Friesen Memorial Lyrical Jazz Trophy

Junior Lyrical Jazz, 14 Years & Under, solo or group

Donor: J.E. Adam Scott

Darlene Hart-Wolstenhome/Edward Jones Hip Hop Trophy

Most outstanding performance in Hip Hop, solo or group

Donors: Darlene Hart-Wolstenholme and Edward Jones

E. Friesen Memorial Variety Trophy

An outstanding Variety performance, solo or group

Donor: J.E. Adam Scott

K & L Award for Acro Dance

8 years & Over

Donor: Kylie Hardy-Csversko and Linda Kearns

BRANDON FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS WEBSITE:

The Board of Brandon Festival of the Arts, Inc. invites you to

visit www.brandonfestivalofthearts.ca to view information about

the Festival, including winners of scholarships and trophies.

Please click on the Program Link for daily updates after 6:30 PM

highlighted in yellow.

SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS 2019

Brandon University President’s Festival of the Arts Scholarship

Kaye & G.R. Rowe Memorial Scholarship; most promising performer

Kaye & G.R. Rowe Memorial Scholarship; second-place performer

BRASS

Assiniboine Kiwanis Club Scholarship

Diamond Jubilee Chapter I.O.D.E Scholarship

SCHOOL & COMMUNITY MUSIC

Betty Gibson Memorial Scholarship

Brandon Conservatory Chorale Scholarship

Cordell Grant Memorial Scholarship

Gordon Choral Scholarship

Sarah Ens

Sabina Rzazade

Erik Larson

Erik Larson

Allyson Crang

Waverly Park School Gr 5 & 6 Choir

BCC Concert Choir

Mecca Community Choir

Neelin High School Boys' Chamber Choir

Huntley and Dilys Davies Cameron Memorial Scholarship École Harrison Chorale Débutante 3/4

Kiwanis Club Scholarship

Waverly Park School Gr 1 & 2Choir

DANCE

B. Amazing Jazz Scholarship Quincy Thomas

Riesberry Memorial Scholarship

Barbara Withey Ehnes Pointe Scholarship

Barbara Withey Ehnes Scholarship in Ballet Studies

Brandon School of Dance Folk Scholarship

Dance Images Ballet Scholarship

Steppin’ Time Dance Studio Tap Scholarship

Isasbella Howland Scholarship in Ballet Studies

Alexa Case

Bryn Dubberly

Brooklyn Adams

Danika Robb

Sienna Denys-Peters

Aiden Simard

Brooklyn Stitt

GUITAR

Clotilde Senior Guitar Scholarship (shared)

BU Guitar Ensemble 1: Raelyn Adam, Angela Rud

EGCM Small Guitar Ensemble 2: Stephan Engelbrecht, Carter Jersak, Tim Strange

PIANO

Westman Communications Group/880 CKLQ/94.7 Star FM Scholarship Sabina Rzazade

Edith Munroe Piano Memorial Scholarship

Edith Munroe Piano Memorial French Scholarship

Super Thrifty Drugs Canada Ltd. Scholarship

Elizabeth Grant Piano Scholarship

Hank and Susan Guenther Memorial Scholarship

Brandon & Westman Registered Music Teachers’ Association Scholarship

Margaret McCurdy Memorial Scholarship

David Naylor

Shantelle Mayo

Yu Juncheng

David Naylor

Paige Adam

Alyssa Newitt

Aaron Cox

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PIANO (continued)

Donald & Kehler Law Offices Scholarship

Sister Dr. Joan Miller, RNDM Classical Piano Scholarship Gr 5/6

Sister Dr. Joan Miller, RNDM Classical Piano Scholarship Gr 7/8

SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS 2019

Lauren Gustafson

Alyssa Newitt

Meagan Bugera

Sister Dr. Joan Miller, RNDM Classical Piano Scholarship Gr 9/10 Azaria Neuschwander

Cheryl and Marv Goossen Scholarship (Gr. 1-4)

Cheryl and Marv Goossen Scholarship (Gr. 1)

John and Bettie Goossen Memorial Scholarship

Kiwanis Club Scholarship

Hildred Smith-Mayhew Memorial Scholarship

Krahn Classical Music Scholarship

Kim Piano Scholarship

Marion M. Davies Memorial Scholarship

Zoe Redekop

Chloe Lourenco

Emily Kay LeDoux

Meagan Bugera

Claudia Vreeman

Tairan He

Samuel Redekop

Gracie Blatherwick

VOCAL

Chemtrade Electrochem Inc. Scholarship

Eric Davies Memorial Scholarship

Reg and Lola Blain Memorial Scholarship

Doris Mayoh Vocal Scholarship

Leonard Mayoh Memorial Scholarship

Jane McIntyre Memorial Scholarship

Brandon Sunset Rotary Club Scholarship

Cheryl and Marv Goossen Scholarship

Forman Honda Vocal Scholarship

Hildred Smith-Mayhew Memorial Scholarship

The Fung Scholarship

Hailey Witt

Carter Martin

Erika Rasmussen

Soleil Ann Gaudreault

Daniel Munchinsky

Azaria Neuschwander

Emily Desjarlais

Brody Burr

Avery Simard

Shelby English

Jaimie Rose

SPEECH ARTS

Kaye and G.R. Rowe Memorial Scholarship

Mesgana Gonete

Eleanor H. Hammond Memorial Scholarship Christian Heritage School Grade 2 & 4

Colin Mailer Memorial Scholarship - Senior

Colin Mailer Memorial Scholarship - Junior

Patricia Bowslaugh Speech Arts Scholarship

Bill and Cynamon Mychasiw

Caeden Toth

Aidyn Robb

Marie Bartolome

Piper McKinnon

STRINGS

Kiwanis Club Scholarship, Grade 10, Diploma/Honours Karol Mabel Contreras Jaramillo

Kiwanis Club Scholarship, Grade 7 and up

John A. Krahn Memorial Scholarship

Brandon & Westman Registered Music Teachers’ Association Scholarship

The Paw Resort and Wellness Centre Strings Scholarship

The John and Bettie Goossen Memorial Scholarship

Thomas Ryles Memorial Scholarship

Elena Neufeld

Qi An

Sannelle Engelbrecht

Keren Anel Canche Mass

Zifan Li

Jesse Large

Provincial Music Festival 2020

May 22nd – 24th, 2020

Brandon University

School of Music

WOODWINDS

Recorder Scholarship

McDonald’s Restaurants, Brandon Scholarship

Roberts Woodwind Scholarship

W.S. Neil Memorial Scholarship

Ted Good Music (1973) Ltd. Scholarship

Waverly Park School Gr 6 Recorder Club

Angela Zagrodney

Annabelle Dragicevic

Hwan Gyu Cho

Kate Bell

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KAYE AND G.R. ROWE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIPS

In 1996, Brandon Festival of the Arts received a bequest from the late Kaye Rowe, which enabled the

Festival to provide annually two $600 scholarships, one for the outstanding performance in Speech Arts

and the other for the most promising performance in any other discipline in the Festival. In 2008, a $300

scholarship was added for the second-place performer in any area of the Festival.

Winners to date are as follows:

YEAR SPEECH ARTS OTHER DISCIPLINES SECOND PLACE

1997 Kyle Kirkup Jenny Ching-I Tsai, Piano

1998 Cassidy Lang Petar Dunjerski, Flute

1999 Chelsea Mills Katherine Riddell, Cello

2000 Chelsea Mills Lindsay Sutherland Boal, Soprano

2001 Jeff McPherson Barbara Lengyel, Violin

2002 Carla Harris Ryan Aubry, Trumpet

2003 Carla Harris Amelia Mori, Violin

2004 Courtney Souza Michelle Price, Piano

2005 Katlin Mathison Andrew Quiring, Piano

2006 Jenna Cameron Michelle Price, Soprano

2007 Jenna Cameron Everett Hopfner, Piano

2008 Courtney Souza Lisa Lauritsen, Soprano Megan Jersak, Dance

2009 Lara Klippenstein Tracy Yang, Piano Suzu Enns, Clarinet

2010 Katlin Mathison Brendan Jacklin, Piano Chris Byman, Clarinet

2011 Meghan Drake Holly Bryan, French Horn Erik Markewich, Dance

2012 Lara Klippenstein Jinsung Kim, Piano Maria Cherwick, Violin

2013 Joey Simms Jinsung Kim, Piano Emily Diehl, Soprano

2014 Aliah Nelson Luis Ramirez, Piano Blythe Heywood, French Horn

2015 Joey Simms Allie Harrington, Clarinet Meredith Campbell, Dance

2016 Kira Toth Catherine Seeley, Piano Alanna Hunter, Cello

2017 Aidan Trembath Catherine Seeley, Piano Mark Marinic, Guitar

2018 Danika Robb Sabina Rzazade, Piano Benjamin Lamont, Guitar

2019 Mesgana Gonete Sabina Rzazade, Piano Erik Larson, Brass

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BRASS

Beta Sigma Phi Trophy

SCHOOL & COMMUNITY MUSIC

Kayleigh Brugger Memorial Trophy

Lillian Popkin Memorial Trophy

TROPHY WINNERS 2019

Erik Larson

CP Sings! Crocus Plains Chamber Choir

École Harrison Chorale Gr 3-6 Choir

DANCE

S. H. Butterfield Memorial Trophy Alexa Case

Pirouette Dance & Active Wear Trophy

Delaney Geisbrecht

Investors Group Trophy (Senior Tap)

Brody Burr

Rob Roy Award for Tap

Ruby Keller

Reesor’s Jewellers Award for Tap

Anya Visser

Dance Images Award for Jazz

Kaitlyn Bacon

Rob Roy Award for Jazz

Sydney Huston

Reesor’s Jewellers Award for Jazz

Piper Brown

Eleanor Marks Memorial Award

Nyah Perkin

Al Gilbert Memorial Trophy

Carson Burr

Musical Theatre Award

Danika Robb & Ava Thexton

Mecca Productions Award

Cash Laluk & Maggie Johnson

Mecca Community Musicals Awards, 13 years & Over

Cheap Thrills - Mecca Productions

Mecca Community Musicals Awards, 12 Years & Under

JANQ - Mecca Productions

Steppin’ Time Award for Stage Dance

Avery Lyle & Brooklyn Stitt

H. T. Kaiser Memorial Trophy for Folk Dance Sydney Komanac

Investors Group Trophy (Stage Dance) Aiden Simard & Sydney Huston

Dance Images Award for Lyrical Jazz

Kaitlyn Bacon

Darlene Hart-Wolstenhome/Edward Jones Hip Hop Trophy

Sophie Werbowski & Indiana Unger

E. Friesen Memorial Ballet Trophy Anya Visser

E. Friesen Memorial Lyrical Jazz Trophy Last Petal Falls--Dance Images

E. Friesen Memorial Variety Trophy Hannah Van Santen & Isabella Howland

GUITAR

Ted Good Music (1973) Ltd. Trophy

Stephan Engelbrecht

Thank you to all donors of scholarships and trophies.

Your encouragement of

festival performers means so much!

PIANO

Western Financial Group Tudor Bowl

Yu Juncheng

P.A. Kennedy Memorial Trophy

Paige Adam

H.E. Phipps Trophy

Hailey Anderson

Marilyn Nichols Memorial Trophy

Tairan He

Mark and Cheryl Cramer Trophy

Sophie Hall-Platz

Eckhardt-Gramatté Conservatory of Music Trophy

Naemi Ens

Brandon University School of Music Trophy

Aaron Cox

Helen Pettinger Memorial Trophy

Zoe Redekop

Joyce and Gerald Harper Trophy

Adeline Hehn

Surridge’s Popular Piano Trophy

Samuel Redekop

Surridge’s Canadian Composers Piano Trophy

Yulianna Prytsyuk

West-Can Human Resource Solutions Concerto Class Trophy Not awarded

Angèle Muller Memorial Trophy (Junior)

Logan Kyle & Evan Terin

Odile Caron Memorial Trophy (Intermediate)Heidi Cowie & Kaitlyn Nicholson

Alma Brock-Smith Trophy

Beatrice Gatien, Oksana Iwanchysko, Janis Kim, Madison Kynoch

E. Friesen Memorial Piano Concerto Trophy Sabina Rzazade

Denis and Lea Badiou Trophy

Nazar Galinski

SPEECH ARTS

Kaye & G.R. Rowe Memorial Trophy Christian Heritage School Grade 3

Cliff Gardner Memorial Trophy

Manu Tarubal

Knights of Columbus Trophy

Sanelle Engelbrecht

STRINGS

Victor Krahn Memorial Trophy

Alex Whyte Memorial Trophy

Thomas Ryles Memorial Trophy

VOCAL

Brandon Sun Rose Bowl

Order of the Eastern Star Trophy

Mecca Productions Trophy

R.O. Wilkie Memorial Trophy

Mills Family Trophy

J.R. and Doris Reed Memorial Trophy

Hall-Platz Family Vocal Trophy

Ruth Vasconcelos Musical Theatre Vocal Trophy

Mecca Productions Musical Theatre Trophy

WOODWIND

Albert Johnson Memorial Trophy

Zifan Li

not awarded

Sannelle Engelbrecht

Kari Rutherford

Jaimie Rose

Daniel Munchinsky

Carter Martin

Avery Simard

Soleil Ann Gaudreault

Yesenia Zavala

Carter Martin

Soleil Ann Gaudreault

Luqi Wang

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2019 PROVINCIAL FINALS WINNERS

REPRESENTING BRANDON FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS

CLASSICAL GUITAR Preliminary Ulrich Moller, Ist place

BRANDON FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS

2019 PARTICIPANTS RECOMMENDED TO

THE NATIONAL FESTIVAL

Preliminary

Sydney Komanac, 2nd place

August 6-10, 2019 in Saskatoon, SK:

Junior

Antoni Klonowski, 1st place

Intermediate

Stephan Engelbrecht, 2nd place

PIANO Junior W.A. Mozart Alyssa Newitt, 1st place

Intermediate

Azaria Neuschwander, 1st place

Canadian Composers

Advanced J.S. Bach

Paige Adam, 1st place

VOCAL Junior Carter Martin, 2nd place

Junior Musical Theatre Carter Martin, 1st place

DISCIPLINE

Piano

Brass

Chamber Group

Vocal

Musical Theatre

ENTRANT

Sabina Rzazade

Allyson Crang

Erik Larson (alternate)

Tritone Trio:

Karol Mabel Contreras

Jaramillo, Yanik Fillion-

Murphy,

Eva Penner (alternate)

Hailey Witt

Rebecca Driedger

Advanced Musical Theatre

Senior Musical Theatre

Advanced Gilbert & Sullivan

Advanced Gilbert & Sullivan

Emma Coley, 2nd place

Rebecca Driedger, 1st place

Jaimie Rose, 1st place

Ray Andi Marcel Arsenio

Ignacio, 2nd place

SPEECH ARTS Poetry and Prose Grades 4-6 Manu Tarubal, 3rd place

Poetry and Prose Grades 7-9

Danika Robb, 1st place

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ADJUDICATORS 2020

DAVID KLASSEN —VOCAL

Noted for his “rich baritone” (Minneapolis Star Tribune),

and for “enthrall(ing)” audiences with his “resonant vocals”

and “charismatic” stagecraft (Opera Canada), David

Klassen holds a Bachelor’s Degree in vocal performance

from the University of Manitoba and a Master’s degree

in vocal performance from the University of Minnesota.

He’s been featured as a soloist with companies such

as the Royal Winnipeg Ballet, Saskatoon Opera, and the

Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, including a WSO performance

of Rossini’s “Largo al Factotum” for a Canada Day

audience of thirty thousand. His versatility as a performer

has brought him to the stage throughout the Canadian

Prairies, Minnesota, New York, and beyond.

David maintains a busy schedule performing, teaching and adjudicating across western

Canada. As a professional singer and teacher, he has studied languages with renowned

diction coaches including Pierre Vallet (New York Metropolitan Opera), and Nico Castel.

His students have been accepted to undergraduate and graduate programs across

Canada and the United States.

In 2015, David was nominated for CBC’s “Manitoba Future 40” award for his work as a

singer and university educator in the province, and in his home city of Steinbach where

he has been acknowledged numerous times as one of the region’s greatest contributors

to the Arts. He currently holds a teaching position at the University of Manitoba Marcel

A. Desautels Faculty of Music, and acts as the Director of Performing Arts with the Steinbach

Arts Council.

KIMBERLEY SUNDELL—JUNIOR & INTERMEDIATE PIANO

M.A. in Piano Pedagogy, University of Ottawa, Ontario

B.G.S./B.Ed. (early years music), Brandon University, Manitoba

ARCT (Piano Pedagogy), Royal Conservatory of Music

ARCT (Piano Performance), Royal Conservatory of Music

Kimberley has been instructing students of all levels and ages for twenty-five

years in piano, rudiments, history, harmony and pedagogy. Her students

consistently win awards at festivals, and successfully complete scholarship

and university entrance auditions, and have received invitations to perform

at the prestigious Carnegie Hall in NYC.

As a teen, Kimberley started studies with

Dr. Joan Miller, and continued with her

into university. She completed her ARCT

diplomas with Caron Whitlaw-Hiebert.

During this time, she participated in master

classes for Dr. Judy Kehler-Siebert, Dr.

Laura Loewen, Michael Oike, Eric Lussier,

and Harold Lugsdin.

Kimberley completed a M.A. in Piano Pedagogy

through the Piano Pedagogy

Research Laboratory at the University of

Ottawa. Her thesis analyzed the inclusion

of comprehensive musicianship elements

in beginner piano method books. She has

presented her thesis research at conferences

for CFMTA, MTNA, and NCKP.

Kimberley is a member of the Royal Conservatory

of Music College of Examiners as

a piano examiner.

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PATSY ANDREWS-VERT — SPEECH ARTS

Patsy Andrews-Vert, originally

from Souris, MB, received a Bachelor

of Music Education from

Brandon University (Brandon MB)

in 1984. She also holds an Associate

in Flute Performance from the

Western Board of Music (1986).

Patsy has taught students of all

instrumental music levels in both

Saskatchewan and Manitoba and

continues to maintain a small

private studio. She is an active

clinician, adjudicator and

conductor in handbells and band.

Patsy is currently the Chair of the

Handbell Musicians of Canada, and

President of the Manitoba Guild of English Handbell Ringers. She retired

from teaching in the Prairie Rose School Division and the Red River Valley

School Division in South-Central Manitoba in 2016 but continues to stay

active in the education system.

Patsy is the coordinator of the Meridian Arts Festival in Starbuck, past

Secretary for the Handbell Guilds of Canada, past president of the

Manitoba Band Association, and a member of the Canadian Band

Association.

Patsy has conducted handbell workshops in BC and at the International

Music Camp at the International Peace Gardens. She has adjudicated

handbells across Canada. During the summer of 2018 she was the

Canadian representative to the International Handbell Symposium, in

Cairns

Australia, where she presented a workshop on Canadian Folk Songs for

Handbells. Patsy believes that music and the arts is a lifelong skill and tries

to exemplify that in her life, in her community and beyond.

In her spare time, Patsy enjoys conducting the Trinity Lutheran Church

Choir, the Trinity Lutheran Handbell choir, playing in Ring Out! Handbell

quartet and the Rochester Ringers, a community handbell choir based in

Winnipeg, playing trombone and piccolo in the Westwood Community

Band in Winnipeg, mowing their 17acre acreage, travelling, and

volunteering in the community.

ADJUDICATORS 2020

HYON SUK KIM — BRASS & WOODWINDS

Hyon Suk Kim recently moved from South Korea to

Regina, and joined the Regina Symphony Orchestra

as a Principal clarinetist. Before moving to Canada,

she was the principal clarinetist of Daejeon

Philharmonic Orchestra in South Korea from 2003-

2016. She holds a Licentiate Diploma from McGill

University, Certificate from Yale University, and

Masters degree from Northwestern University. Her

teachers include David Shifrin, Russell Dagon, Daniel Gilbert and Emilio Iacurto. She has

won first prizes in solo performance in All Japan Music Competition for the Korean School.

She has been invited as a soloist and performed concertos with prestigious orchestras

including the Kangnam Symphony Orchestra, and the Arco Diabolo Orchestra. Moreover,

she has played recitals in US, Japan, and in South Korea. As a chamber music lover, she

was a member of Daejeon chamber music society, and is a founder and the leader of the

‘Clarinuts’ Ensemble, a clarinet quintet.

CATHERINE ROBBINS – SCHOOL & COMMUNITY MUSIC

Catherine Robbins is a dynamic music educator known

especially for her work in vocal techniques and choral

pedagogy. She is in demand as a presenter, clinician, and

adjudicator at workshops and festivals in both vocal and choral

fields, and keeps a busy schedule as a guest conductor of youth

choirs of all ages across Canada.

Dr. Robbins is currently Assistant Professor of Choral Studies

and Music Education at the University of Manitoba Desautels

Faculty of Music. She teaches courses in conducting, choral

techniques, vocal techniques, and choral repertoire, and directs

the University of Manitoba Concert Choir.

Dr. Robbins is known for her work in applications of anatomical

awareness and somatic approaches to conducting and singing.

She has presented at national and international symposiums in

the areas of music education and choral techniques and

publishes a regular focus column on vocal techniques in

Anacrusis: The Journal of Choral Canada. Catherine specializes in pedagogy for developing

voices, vocal and conductor health, and collaborative self-study and life history research for

music educators.

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KRISTA LEIS —BALLET, LYRICAL JAZZ AND FOLK DANCE

Krista has had over twenty years

experience as a professional dancer,

actor, teacher, director and choreographer.

She was on Broadway in

the Tony nominated production of

Jesus Christ Superstar and has spent

nine seasons at The Stratford

Festival including Guys and Dolls,

The Sound of Music, Carousel, Man

of La Mancha (Assistant

Choreographer), The Who's Tommy,

Fiddler On The Roof, Jesus Christ

Superstar, Camelot, West Side Story

(Assistant Choreographer), A Funny Thing..., The Music Man, Fuente Ovejuna,

Gigi, The Tempest. She choreographed Snow White the Panto (Capitol Theatre)

and was honoured to play Greta Hodgkinson’s daughter in the film Roxana

(Bravo) choreographed by Roberto Campanella. Other films include Hairspray,

The Music Man and Eloise at the Plaza. Krista completed her RAD Advanced 1 and

2 Ballet exams and has trained at Quinte ballet school and with Master Ballet

Teacher Gerard MacIsaac.

LES CHALMERS– CLASSICAL GUITAR

Les graduated from the Brandon University School of Music in 1998 with both his

Bachelor of Music, with a major in Classical Guitar, and a Bachelor of Education

degree. In 2001, he also graduated from the Audio Engineering program at OIART in

London, Ontario where he was the recipient of the Kurosman Award as well as an

Honorary Associate Diploma. Les continues to pursue his love of music as an

Educator of 19 years, Adjudicator, Guitarist,

and Sound Engineer. He currently teaches

the Classroom Guitar, Guitar Ensemble

and Music Production programs at River

East Collegiate in Winnipeg. He actively

writes and arranges music for Classroom Guitar,

Guitar Ensemble and Wind Ensemble. His

Guitar Ensembles have performed and competed

for the highest accolades throughout

the Province. Les is the current President of

the Manitoba Classroom Guitar Association as

well as the Vice President of the Manitoba

Music Educators Association.

ADJUDICATORS 2020

SHIRLEY ELIAS — SENIOR PIANO

Shirley Elias has

frequently toured across

Canada as a soloist, broadcasted

on CBC's Radio Two,

and recorded several CDs,

one as a soloist with the

Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra.

She gave her first

prize-winning Canadian

solo tour at the age of 20,

and following graduate

studies, became passionate

about contemporary

music, premiering 8 new

music concertos during the WSO’s New Music Festivals. Her solo new music disc is

entitled The Adventures of PianoWoman!®, a sobriquet she earned from her interpretation

of Randolph Peters’ concerto, which was commissioned for her and the

WSO by CBC. Elias has received numerous Manitoba Arts Council and Canada

Council grants for her performances, tours, commissions and recordings, and was

represented as a soloist by Andrew Kwan Artist Management in Toronto. Ms. Elias’

career has also included serving as the Executive Director for several arts organizations,

and she is currently on Piano Faculty at the Canadian Mennonite University.

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ADJUDICATORS 2020

ALIA RUEMPER – TAP, JAZZ, HIP HOP, STAGE DANCE &

MUSICAL THEATRE

Alia is a fully certified ADAPT jazz and tap teacher and completed her Canadian

Dance Teachers Association (CDTA) Gold medal jazz and tap exams with Honours

status. She has a BA Dance and a BKin General Kinesiology from the University of

Calgary and completed her MSc in Dance Science (with distinction) at Laban in

London, England. Alia is also Certified in the Acrobatic Arts training syllabus.

Alia’s Master thesis “Correlations Between General Joint Hypermobility and Joint

Hypermobility Syndrome and Injury in Contemporary Dance Students” was published

in the Journal of Dance Medicine and Science. She also presented her thesis

at the International Association of Dance Medicine and Science conference in The

Hague, The Netherlands where she was received the “Student Research

Award”. While she was completing her Masters degree in England she performed

in a charity showcase of the musical, “Me and My Girl” at the famous London Palladium,

and also participated in the Jack Petchey Theatre Challenge at Her Majesty’s

Theatre.

Alia has attended the Dance Teacher Summit in New York City, as well as the

Dance Studio Life Conference in Arizona. As a member of Healthy Dancer Canada,

Alia recently presented at their fall conference in Calgary. Continuing education is

important to Alia and she had also taken the following teacher training courses:

Progressing Ballet Technique, Lisa Howell’s Perfect Form Physiotherapy, and International

Dance Teaching Standards. The world of dance is constantly progressing

and Alia strives to continue learning

and educating herself in as many ways

as possible.

Alia has been based in Alberta for the

last 10 years working as a competitive

dance program director at a successful

studio. Her students have continued

on to dance post graduation with Da-

Costa Talent, Modus Operandi, Harbour’s

ITP, and The Source as well as

training programs with Royal Winnipeg

Ballet, Alberta Ballet and YYC Dance

Project.

GABRIEL KASTELIC —STRINGS

A native of Lethbridge, Alberta, Gabriel Kastelic has been heavily involved in the

Southern Alberta music community for many years. He has extensive

experience as an orchestral musician, having performed in concert with the

Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra, the Red Deer Symphony, Symphony of the

Kootenays, and is currently the Principal Violist of the Lethbridge Symphony

Orchestra. He is also a seasoned chamber musician, winning first place the

Chamber Music category at the 2012 National Music Festival with his ensemble,

the MRU String Trio and is presently the violist in the Musaeus String Quartet.

Along with performance, Gabriel’s greatest passion in music is teaching. He has

held numerous teaching positions over the years including professor of

violin/viola for the Calgary Multicultural Orchestra, Director of the String

Academy for Medicine Hat College, and most recently as violin/viola instructor

for the University of Lethbridge Conservatory. Gabriel is also a sought-after

adjudicator, frequently serving in this role for various music festivals and

competitions.

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SPEECH ARTS

Knox United Church (451-18 th Street)

Monday, February 10

Adjudicator: Patsy Andrews-Vert

Classes marked N are non-competitive; all others are competitive.

PSA 9041: Solo Spoken Poetry, 20th/21st Century, Grade 7

_____ 1. Aidyn Robb

The Train Dogs - E. Pauline Johnson

_____ 2. Manu Tarubal

Clean Gene - Shel Silverstein

7:00 PM

PSA 9051: Solo Spoken Poetry, Manitoban, Grades 7 - 9

_____ 1. Danika Robb

Prairie Crocus - Thomas Saunders

_____ 2. Aidyn Robb 2. Aidyn Robb

Transformations - Miriam Waddington

8:00 PM

PSA 9043: Solo Spoken Poetry, 20th/21st Century, Grade 8

_____ 1. Martha Getachew

If - Rudyard Kipling

PSA 9045: Solo Spoken Poetry, 20th/21st Century, Grade 9

_____ 1. Danika Robb

The Need of Being Versed in Country Things - Robert Frost

PSA 9122: Solo Reading, Prose, Grades 7 - 9

_____ 1. Manu Tarubal

Excerpt from: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone - J.K.Rowling

SA 9128: Solo Reading, Creative Poetry, Own Choice, Grades 7 - 9

_____ 1. Danika Robb

The Power of Love - Danika Robb

PSA 9071: Solo Spoken Poetry, Manitoban, Grades 10 - 12

_____ 1. Caeden Toth

Lynx In Winnipeg - W.D.Valgardson

SA 9253: Storytelling, Own Choice, Grades 7 - 12

_____ 1. Aaron Hall

Shingebiss - Ojibwe Legend

PSA 9063: Solo Spoken Poetry, 20th/21st Century, Grade 11

_____ 1. Caeden Toth

Constantly Risking Absurdity and Death - Lawrence Ferlinghetti

____________________________________________________________________

PSA 9067: Solo Spoken Poetry, Classical, Grades 10 - 12

_____ 1. Caeden Toth

A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning - John Donne

7:30 PM

SA 9092: Monologue, Own Choice, Grades 7 - 9

_____ 1. Martha Getachew

Ain't I a Woman? - Sojourner Truth (1851)

PSA 9069: Solo Spoken Poetry, Canadian, Grades 10 - 12

_____ 1. Caeden Toth

Excerpt from: The Wind Our Enemy - Anne Marriott

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SPEECH ARTS

Knox United Church (451-18 th Street)

Tuesday, February 11

Adjudicator: Patsy Andrews-Vert

Classes marked N are non-competitive; all others are competitive.

SA 9001: Solo Spoken Poetry, 20th/21st Century, Kindergarten

9:00 AM

SA 9193: Speech Choir, Multilingual, Own Choice, Kindergarten - Grade 3

9:45 AM

_____ 1. Otis Hayes

Safe? - Shel Silverstein

SA 9003: Solo Spoken Poetry, 20th/21st Century, Grade 1

_____ 1. École Harrison Grade 2 Perreaux

C’est demain dimanche - Philippe Soupault

Le rêve du petit - Philippe Béha

_____ 2. École Harrison Grade 3 Cox

_____ 1. Joanna Joy Omidiora

Yawn - Susan Whelehan

SA 9005: Solo Spoken Poetry, 20th/21st Century, Grade 2

Oh, pardon, petit mouton! - Sergueï Kozlov

Drôle de zèbre - Gwénaëlle Boulet

_____ 3. École Harrison Grade 3 Hermenegildo

Le fantôme et Fanny Frémille - Dennis Lee

_____ 1. Jordan Latreille

Ah! Ah! Ah! Rhinocéros! - Gwénaëlle Boulet

Sick Days - Mary Ann Hoberman

_____ 4. École Harrison Grade 2 Touzin

SA 9007: Solo Spoken Poetry, 20th/21st Century, Grade 3

_____ 1. Max Wronowski

Today is Very Boring - Jack Prelutsky

SA 9105: Solo Reading, Manitoban Prose, Grades 1 - 3

_____ 1. Joanna Joy Omidiora

Six Darn Cows - Margaret Laurence

SA 9010: Solo Spoken Poetry, Classical, Grades 1 - 3

_____ 1. Isaac Wilts

Cats - Eleanor Farjeon

SA 9102: Solo Reading, Prose, Grades 1 - 3

_____ 1. Maisie Hayes

The Teddy Bears’ Picnic - Jimmy Kennedy

9:30AM

Vincent et toutes ses dents! - Françoise Bobe

Le tour du monde - Phillippe Béha

SA 9181: Speech Choir, 20th/21st Century, Kindergarten

_____ 1. CHS Kindergarten

Snow Everywhere - Ivy O. Eastwick

The House of the Mouse - Lucy Sprague Mitchell

SA 9183: Speech Choir, 20th/21st Century, Grade 1

_____ 1. CHS Grade 1

The Wrong Start - Marchette Chute

Grizzly Bear - Mary Austin

SA 9188: Speech Choir, 20th/21st Century, Own Choice, Grade 3

_____ 1. CHS Grade 3

The Dentist and the Crocodile - Roald Dahl

10:30 AM

Boing Boing Squeak! - Jack Prelutsky

CONTACT INFORMATION DURING FESTIVAL:

In case of a cancellation during the Festival, please call or text

204-720-7074 or email brandonfestivalofthearts@gmail.com

SA 9201: Speech Choir, 20th/21st Century, Grade 4

_____ 1. CHS Grade 4

The Waves - Dennis Lee

Book Storm - Kenn Nesbitt

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SPEECH ARTS

Knox United Church (451-18 th Street)

Tuesday, February 11

Adjudicator: Patsy Andrews-Vert

Classes marked N are non-competitive; all others are competitive.

SA 9203: Speech Choir, 20th/21st Century, Grade 5

11:00 AM

_____ 1. CHS Grade 5

Careful Connie - Lois Simmie

Dream Song - Walter de la Mare

SA 9205: Speech Choir, 20th/21st Century, Grade 6

_____ 1. CHS Grade 6

The Bad Mood Blues - Loris Lesynski

Godfrey Gordon Gustavus Gore - William Brightly Rands

SA 9221: Speech Choir, 20th/21st Century, Grades 7 - 9

11:30 AM

_____ 1. CHS Grade 7

Bed Sore - Mary Blakeslee

Abigail - Kaye Starbird

_____ 2. CHS Grade 8

Thoughts Like an Ocean - Gareth Owen

The Skyfoogle - Michael Rosen

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PSA 9021: Solo Spoken Poetry, 20th/21st Century, Grade 4

1:00 PM

_____ 1. Eleanore Wilts

Lately I've Been Late - Loris Lesynski

_____ 2. Landon Taphorn

Brontosaurus - Gail Kredenser

_____ 3. Angela Ilagan

Lately I’ve Been Late - Loris Lesynski

_____ 4. Payton Doell

Billy Batter - Dennis Lee

_____ 5. Luke Godfrey

Alligators are Unfriendly - Jack Prelutsky

_____ 6. Sarah Grace Omidiora

Alligators are Unfriendly - Jack Prelutsky

SA 9167: Poetry Reading Duet, Trio Or Quartet, Grade 4

1:50 PM

_____ 1. Luke Godfrey, Matthew van Heyst

Dad and the Cat and the Tree - K. Wright

PSA 9027: Solo Spoken Poetry, Classical, Grades 4 - 6

_____ 1. Cyrille Suarez

The Kitten at Play - William Wordsworth

PSA 9029: Solo Spoken Poetry, Canadian, Grades 4 - 6

_____ 1. Abby Wronowski

And My Heart Soars - Chief Dan George

PSA 9112: Solo Reading, Prose, Grades 4 - 6

_____ 1. Ellen van Heyst

Excerpt from: The Phantom Tollbooth - N. Juster

PSA 9114: Solo Reading, Canadian Prose, Grades 4 - 6

_____ 1. Sarah Grace Omidiora

Anne of Green Gables - Morning at Greens Gables - L.M. Montgomery

SA 9169: Poetry Reading Duet, Trio Or Quartet, Grade 5

_____ 1. Abby Wronowski, Ava Irwin

The Toad and the Kangaroo - Shel Silverstein

PSA 9023: Solo Spoken Poetry, 20th/21st Century, Grade 5

2:30 PM

_____ 1. Moira Servillas

Did You? - William Cole

_____ 2. Abby Wronowski

An Alley Cat with One Life Left - Jack Prelutsky

_____ 3. Maya Onita

Almost Perfect - Shel Silverstein

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VOCAL

Knox United Church (451-18 th Street)

Wednesday, February 12

Adjudicator: David Klassen

Classes marked N are non-competitive; all others are competitive.

PV-C 1206: Vocal Solo, Canadian Composers, 14 Years & Under (p),

10:00 AM

V 1272: Vocal Solo, Folk Song, 16 Years & Under

11:30 AM

_____ 1. Avery Simard

_____ 1. Caeden Toth

The Genius - Robert Fleming

Flow Gently, Sweet Afton - arr. Johathan E. Spilman

PV-C 1256: Vocal Solo, Canadian Composers, 16 Years & Under (j)

_____ 1. Olivia Hayward

_____ 2. Keegan Freiheit

Come by the Hills - arr. Christine Donkin

Highland Lullaby - George Coutts

V 1322: Vocal Solo, Folk Song, 18 Years & Under

_____ 2. Danielle Blerot

_____ 1. Jennifer Yaschyshyn

Daisy Time - Martha Hill Duncan

Early One Morning - arr. Benjamin Britton

PV-C 1306: Vocal Solo, Canadian Composers, 18 Years &Under (i)

_____ 1. Shelby English

Clear Shining Moment - Martha Hill Duncan

PV-C 1356: Vocal Solo, Canadian Composers, Grade B (a)

_____ 1. Azaria Neuschwander

The Red Red Heart: My Mother's Hands - John Greer

PV-C 1406: Vocal Solo, Canadian Composers, Grade A (s),

_____ 1. Angela Myshkowsky

Hymnen an die Nacht - Claude Vivier

V 1513: Vocal Solo, Folk Song, Adult

_____ 1. Aleca Antonakis

Climbin’ Up the Mountain - African American Spiritual

arr. Patsy Ford Simms

________________________________________________________________________

FESTIVAL ENCORE CONCERT

Sunday, March 8, 1:00 PM

Lorne Watson Recital Hall

School of Music, Brandon University

V 1160: Vocal Solo, German Lieder, 12 Years & Under

_____ 1. Soleil Ann Gaudreault

An die Nachtigall Opus.98. No 1. - Franz Schubert

11:00 AM

V 1165: Vocal Solo, Baroque/Classical Composers, 12 Years & Under

_____ 1. Chloe Breeden

Non lo diro col labbro - G.F. Handel

_____ 2. Soleil Ann Gaudreault

L'ho Perduta - W.A. Mozart

V 1225: Vocal Solo, Own Choice, 14 Years & Under

_____ 1. Avery Simard

Singin' the Blues - D. Rhodenizer

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PV 1301: Vocal Solo, German Lieder, 18 Years & Under (i)

_____ 1. Emily Desjarlais

_____ 2. Carter Martin

_____ 3. Shelby English

Lachen und Weinen - Franz Schubert

Sonntag - Johannes Brahms

Die Lotosblume - Robert Schumann

PV 1351: Vocal Solo, German Lieder, Grade B (a)

_____ 1. Yuhan Liu

Die Zigeunerin - Hugo Wolf

_____ 2. Azaria Neuschwander

_____ 3. Jordan Arvisais

_____ 4. Adra Thiele

Kennst du das Land - Franz Schubert

Als Luise die Briefe ihres ungetreuen Liebhabers verbrannte,

K. 520 - W.A. Mozart

_____ 5. Luke Munchinsky

Lied Der Mignon - Franz Schubert

Frühlingstraum - Franz Schubert

PV 1401: Vocal Solo, German Lieder, Grade A (s),

_____ 1. Emma Coley

_____ 2. Jaimie Rose

Erlkönig - Franz Schubert

Italienisches Liederbuch:

no. 36 Wenn du, mein Liebster - Hugo Wolf

_____ 3. Angela Myshkowsky

Die Mainacht - Brahms

Vocal Session Approximate Times:

Morning 9:30 AM-12:30 PM

Afternoon 1:30 PM-4:30 PM

Evening 7:00 PM-10:00 PM

VOCAL

Knox United Church (451-18 th Street)

Wednesday, February 12

Adjudicator: David Klassen

Classes marked N are non-competitive; all others are competitive.

1:30 PM

2:00 PM

2:45 PM

V 1378: Vocal Solo, Own Choice, Grade B,

_____ 1. Adra Thiele

Solvejg's Song - Edvard Grieg

PV 1303: Vocal Solo, French Mélodie, 18 Years & Under (i)

_____ 1. Carter Martin

_____ 2. Shelby English

A Chloris - Reynaldo Hahn

Romance - Claude Debussy

PV 1353: Vocal Solo, French Mélodie, Grade B (a)

_____ 1. Jordan Arvisais

_____ 2. Olivia Kelly

Au bord de l’eau, op. 8: no. 1 - Gabriel Fauré

A Sa Guitare - Francis Poulnec

_____ 3. Ray Andi Marcel Arsenio Ignacio

Madrid - Pauline Viardot de Garcia

_____ 4. Azaria Neuschwander

_____ 5. Yuhan Liu

3:05 PM

3:50 PM

La Bonne Chanson: Avent que tu ne ten ailles, op.61 no.6 - Gabriel Fauré

Il Vole - Francis Poulenc

PV 1403: Vocal Solo, French Mélodie, Grade A (s)

_____ 1. Jaimie Rose

Le colibri op. 2, no. 7 - Ernest Chausson

_________________________________________________________________________

BRANDON FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS WEBSITE:

The Board of Brandon Festival of the Arts, Inc. invites you to visit

www.brandonfestivalofthearts.ca to view information about the Festival, including

winners of scholarships and trophies. Please click on the Program Link for daily updates

after 6:30 PM highlighted in yellow.

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VOCAL

Knox United Church (451-18 th Street)

Thursday, February 13

Adjudicator: David Klassen

Classes marked N are non-competitive; all others are competitive.

PV 1202: Vocal Solo, Italian Art Song, 14 Years & Under (p)

_____ 1. Avery Simard

Star Vicino - Anonymous

9:30 AM

PV 1205: Vocal Solo, 20th/21st Century English Art Song, 14 Years & Under

_____ 1. Faith Whetter

Twilight Lullaby - Thomas F. Dunhill

11:10 AM

_____ 2. Carson Burr

Non lo dirò col labbro - G.F. Handel

PV 1255: Vocal Solo, 20th/21st Century English Art Song, 16 Years & Under (j)

_____ 1. Brody Burr

PV 1252: Vocal Solo, Italian Art Song, 16 Years & Under (j)

The Vagabond - Ralph Vaughan Williams

_____ 1. Olivia Hayward

Alma del core - Antonio Caldara

PV 1305: Vocal Solo, 20th/21st Century English Art Song, 18 Years & Under (i)

_____ 1. Carter Martin

_____ 2. Danielle Blerot

Now Sleeps the Crimson Petal - Roger Quilter

Non giova il sospirar - Nicola Vaccai

_____ 2. Alexandra Smale

_____ 3. Brody Burr

Caro mio ben - Tommaso Giordani

PV 1302: Vocal Solo, Italian Art Song, 18 Years & Under (i)

_____ 1. Shelby English

Intorno all'idol mio - Marco Antonio Cesti

_____ 2. Carter Martin

Quella Fiamma - Francesco Conti

_____ 3. Alexandra Smale

Perche Dolce Caro Bene - Stephano Donaudy

_____ 4. Jennifer Yaschyshyn

Nina - Att: Legrenzio Vincenzo Ciampi

10:10 AM

Her Song - John Ireland

_____ 3. Shelby English

If I... - Lori Laitman

PV 1352: Vocal Solo, Italian Art Song, Grade B (a)

_____ 1. Azaria Neuschwander

Pietà Signore - Alessandro Stradella

_____ 2. Adra Thiele

Per Pieta, Bell’idol Mio - Vincenzo Bellini

_____ 3. Luke Munchinsky

Sento Nel Core - Alessandro Scarlatti

_____ 4. Olivia Kelly

Un moto di gioia - W. A. Mozart

1:30 PM

V 1331:Vocal Solo, Baroque/Classical Composers, 18 Years & Under

_____ 1. Emily Desjarlais

_____ 5. Ray Andi Marcel Arsenio Ignacio

O del mio amato ben - Stefano Donaudy

If Music be the Food of Love - Henry Purcell

_____ 2. Shelby English

I Attempt from Love's Sickness to Fly - Henry Purcell

PV 1402: Vocal Solo, Italian Art Song, Grade A (s)

_____ 1. Angela Myshkowsky

Anzoleta avanti la regata - G. Rossini

PV 1203: Vocal Solo, French Mélodie, 14 Years & Under (p)

11:00 AM

PV 1354: Vocal Solo, Spanish Art Song, Grade B (a)

2:30 PM

_____ 1. Avery Simard

_____ 1. Ray Andi Marcel Arsenio Ignacio

Colette - Cecile Chaminade

Siete cancionaes populares españolas: Asturiana

- Manuel de Falla

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VOCAL

Knox United Church (451-18 th Street)

Thursday, February 13

Adjudicator: David Klassen

Classes marked N are non-competitive; all others are competitive.

V 1751: Vocal Duet, Own Choice, Grade B

_____ 1. Yuhan Liu, Azaria Neuschwander

La Nuit - Ernest Chausson

V 1429: Vocal Solo, Recital Group, Grade A

_____ 1. Emma Coley

1. La Zingara (Insprazioni viennesi, A 218) - Gaetano Donizetti

4. Il Sospiro (Insprazioni viennesi, A 221) - Gaetano Donizetti

5. É morta (Insprazioni viennesi, A 222) - Gaetano Donizetti

NV 1: National Vocal Solo Class, Grade A/Honours (n)

1. Angela Myshkowsky

Care Selve (Atalantia) - G.F. Handel

Chanson d’Orkenise (Banalites) - Francis Poulenc

Fagnes de Wallonie (Banalites) - Francis Poulenc

2:40 PM

3:15 PM

_________________________________________________________________

V 1106: Vocal Solo, TV/Movie Musical, 10 Years & Under

_____ 1. Karsyn McMillan

_____ 2. Sophie Martin

My Favourite Things (The Sound Of Music) - Richard Rodgers

Moon River - Henry Mancini

V 1153: Vocal Solo, Musical Theatre, 12 Years & Under

_____ 1. Soleil Ann Gaudrealt

7:00 PM

My Grand Plan (The Lightning Thief: The Percy Jackson Musical)

- Rob Rokicki

_____ 2. Nyah Perkin

_____ 3. Annika Laluk

_____ 4. Yesenia Zavala

_____ 5. Chloe Breeden

Naughty (Matilda) - Tim Minchin

Maybe (Annie) - Charles Strouse

Everlasting (Tuck Everlasting) - Chris Miller and Nathan Tyse

I Got the Sun in the Morning (Annie Get Your Gun) - Irving Berlin

Performers needing to move sets or props onto the stage are encouraged to do

so immediately after the previous performer has left the stage. Please wait for a

signal from the adjudicator before you begin your performance. Thank you!

PV-MT 1207: Vocal Solo, Musical Theatre, 14 Years & Under (p)

8:00 PM

_____ 1. Avery Simard

She Used To Be Mine (Waitress) - Sara Bareilles

_____ 2. Carson Burr

Brush Up Your Shakespeare (Kiss Me Kate) - Cole Porter

PV-MT 1257: Vocal Solo, Musical Theatre, 16 Years & Under (j)

_____ 1. Caeden Toth

Leaning on a Lamp Post (Me and My Girl) - Noel Gay

_____ 2. Olivia Hayward

I Could Have Danced All Night (My Fair Lady) - Frederick Loewe

_____ 3. Brody Burr

I Believe (The Book of Mormon)

- Trey Parker, Robert Lopez, Jeff Marx and Matt Stone

_____ 4. Keegan Freiheit

Larger Than Life (My Favorite Year) - Stephen Flaherty

PV-MT 1307: Vocal Solo, Musical Theatre, 18 Years & Under (i)

9:00 PM

_____ 1. Jennifer Yaschyshyn

I Hate Men (Kiss Me Kate) - Cole Porter

_____ 2. Jenna Fisch

Love Will Come and Find Me Again (Bandstand)

- Richard Oberacker

_____ 3. Carter Martin

You’ll be Back (Hamilton) - Lin-Manuel Miranda

_____ 4. Alexandra Smale

All That Matters (Finding Neverland)

- Gary Barlow and Eliot Kennedy

V 1324: Vocal Solo, TV/Movie Musical, 18 Years & Under

_____ 1. Jenna Fisch

Audition (The Fools Who Dream), (La La Land) - Justin Hurwitz

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VOCAL

Knox United Church (451-18 th Street)

Friday, February 14

Adjudicator: David Klassen

Classes marked N are non-competitive; all others are competitive.

PV 1355: Vocal Solo, 20th/21st Century English Art Song, Grade B (a)

_____ 1. Yuhan Liu

Who knows if the moon's a balloon - Dominick Argento

_____ 2. Jordan Arvisais

Why Do They Shut Me Out Of Heaven? - Aaron Copland

_____ 3. Laurel Eslinger

Love's Philosophy, op. 3, no. 1 - Roger Quilter

_____ 4. Luke Munchinsky

The Queen's Face on the Summery Coin, op. 18, no. 1

- Samuel Barber

PV 1405: Vocal Solo, 20th/21st Century English Art Song, Grade A (s)

_____ 1. Angela Myshkowsky

To a Young Girl - Ned Rorem

_____ 2. Jaimie Rose

Try Me Good King: no. 4 Anne of Cleves - Libby Larsen

_____ 3. Emma Coley

Fear No More the Heat O’ the Sun - Roger Quilter

V 1505: Vocal Solo, 20th/21st Century English Art Song, Adult

_____1. Aleca Antonakis

A Blackbird Singing - Micheal Head

V 1379: Vocal Solo, Recital Group, Grade B

_____ 1. Laurel Eslinger

I. Night (Three Early Songs) - George Crumb

II. Let It Be Forgotten (Three Early Songs) - George Crumb

III. Wind Elegy (Three Early Songs) - George Crumb

1:00 PM

1:30 PM

2:30 PM

V 1372: Vocal Solo, Sacred, Grade B

3:00 PM

_____ 1. Ray Andi Marcel Arsenio Ignacio

Ave Maria - J.S. Bach/Charles Gounod

V 1423: Vocal Solo, Oratorio Aria, Grade A

_____ 1. Chong Tan

Seufzer, Thränen,Kummer, Noth

(Ich habe viel Bekümmernis, BWV 21) - J.S. Bach

_____ 2. Adra Thiele

Laudamus Te (Great Mass in C, K. 427) - W.A. Mozart

V 1424: Vocal Solo, J.S. Bach Aria, Grade A

3:30 PM

_____ 1. Angela Myshkowsky

Mein Gläubiges Herze (Also hat Gott die Welt geliebt, BWV 68)

- J.S. Bach

_____ 2. Emma Coley

Erbarme dich (St. Matthew Passion, BWV 244) - J.S. Bach

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VOCAL

Knox United Church (451-18 th Street)

Friday, February 14

Adjudicator: David Klassen

Classes marked N are non-competitive; all others are competitive.

PV-GS 1358: Vocal Solo, Gilbert & Sullivan, Grade B (a)

7: 00 PM

V 1507: Vocal Solo, Musical Theatre, Adult

8:45 PM

_____ 1. Olivia Kelly

_____ 1. Aleca Antonakis

Alone and Yet Alive - Arthur Sullivan

If Smoke Gets In Your Eyes - Jerone Kern

_____ 2. Azaria Neuschwander

Sorry Her Lot (HMS Pinafore) - Arthur Sullivan

V 1375: Vocal Solo, Opera Aria, Grade B

_____ 1. Ray Andi Marcel Arsenio Ignacio

PV-MT 1357: Vocal Solo, Musical Theatre, Grade B (a)

Der Vogelfänger bin ich ja (Die Zauberflöte) - W.A. Mozart

_____ 1. Jordan Arvisais

_____ 2. Laurel Eslinger

Get Out and Stay Out (9 to 5: The Musical)

Voi Che Sapete (Le Nozze de Figaro) - W.A. Mozart

- Dolly Parton, Stephen Oremus and Alex Lacamoire

_____ 3. Yuhan Liu

_____ 2. Yuhan Liu

Piangerò la Sorte Mia (Giuliano’s Cesare) - G.F. Handel

I Remember (Evening Primrose) - Stephen Sondheim

_____ 3. Olivia Kelly

I'd Rather Be Me (Mean Girls) - Jeff Richmond

V 1425: Vocal Solo, Opera Aria, Grade A

_____ 1. Angela Myshkowsky

Steal Me, Sweet Thief (The Old Maid and the Thief)

9:25 PM

PV-MT 1407: Vocal Solo, Musical Theatre, Grade A (s)

8:00 PM

- Gian Carlo Menotti

_____ 1. Emma Coley

_____ 2. Jaimie Rose

Remember This

Noi donne poverine (La finta giardiniera) - W.A. Mozart

(The unauthorized autobiography of Samantha Brown)

_____ 3. Chong Tan

- Brian Lowdermilk

Mein Herr Marquis (Die Fledermaus) - Johann Strauss

_____ 2. Angela Myshkowsky

She Used To Be Mine (Waitress) - Sara Bareilles

_____ 3. Jaimie Rose

One Day (Groundhog Day) - Tim Minchin

Provincial Music Festival 2020

May 22nd – 24th, 2020

Brandon University School of Music

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VOCAL

Knox United Church (451-18 th Street)

Saturday, February 15

Adjudicator: David Klassen

Classes marked N are non-competitive; all others are competitive.

V 1102: Vocal Solo, Canadian Composers, 10 Years & Under

10:00 AM

V 1155: Vocal Solo, Folk Song, 12 Years & Under

11:20 AM

_____ 1. Reneigh Dueck

_____ 1. Nyah Perkin

My Dog Spot - Clifford Crawley

All Through the Night - Hugh J. McLean

_____ 2. Maia Placatka

_____ 2. Annika Laluk

Computer Cat - Donna Rhodenizer

Suo-Gan - arr. Alec Rowley

V 1152: Vocal Solo, Canadian Composers, 12 Years & Under

_____ 1. Chloe Breeden

Forty Little Birdies - Donna Rhodenizer

_____ 2. Yesenia Zavala

The Fate of Gilbert Gim - Margaret Drynan

_____ 3. Julianna Laluk

Spring is Singing in the Garden - William Henry Anderson

V 1101: Vocal Solo, 20th/21st Century English Art Song,

10 Years & Under

_____ 1. Cash Laluk

At the Seaside - Seymour Barab

_____ 2. Maia Placatka

Arcady - E. Markham Lee

V 1103: Vocal Solo, Sacred, 10 Years & Under

_____ 1. Reneigh Dueck

Gloria Deo - David Ouchterlony

_____ 2. Maia Placatka

What a Friend We Have in Jesus - arr. Joel Matthys

V 1158: Vocal Solo, Own Choice, 12 Years & Under

12:00 PM

_____ 1. Janine Haithwaite

Someone You Loved - Lewis Capaldi, Benjamin Kohn, Peter Kelleher,

Thomas Barnes and Samuel Roman

_____ 2. Chloe Breeden

Last Year - William Henry Anderson

_____ 3. Soleil Ann Gaudreault

A Solitary Yes - Francesco Conti

V 1151: Vocal Solo, 20th/21st Century English Art Song,

11:00 AM

V 1514: Vocal Solo, Contemporary Folk/Popular Music, Adult

12 Years & Under

_____ 1. Aleca Antonakis

_____ 1. Yesenia Zavala

I Will Love Again - Paul Berry and Mark Taylor

The Owls - Peter Jenkyns

_____ 2. Soleil Ann Gaudreault

The Path to the Moon - Eric H. Thiman

V 1901: Vocal Duet, Own Choice, Multi-generational

_____ 1. Brienna Dixon-Paul, Kara Dixon

A Thousand Years - Christina Perri and David Hodges

12:30 PM

V 1104: Vocal Solo, Folk Song, 10 Years & Under

_____ 2. Cash Laluk, Carter Sherris

_____ 1. Zachary McKenzie

When Your Feet Don't Touch the Ground - Eliot Kennedy

Desperado - arr. Mark Mrozinski

V 1631: Vocal Duet, Own Choice, 12 Years & Under

_____ 1. Annika Laluk, Julianna Laluk

I Will Never Leave You (Side Show) - Henry Krieger

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VOCAL AWARDS NIGHT

Lorne Watson Recital Hall, Brandon University

Saturday, February 15 7:00 PM

Adjudicator: David Klassen

Winners who received a mark of 85 or higher in the classes listed below are required to perform the piece with which they won the class. Winners of multiple classes perform only ONCE.

Winners of the Ruth Vasconcelos Music Theatre Vocal Trophy and the Mecca Productions Musical Theatre Trophy will be invited to perform.

All vocal scholarships and trophies will be presented at the conclusion of the evening.

Hall-Platz Family Vocal Trophy, 10 years & Under

V 1101 ________________________ V 1103 ________________________

Order of the Eastern Star Trophy, Grade B

V 1372 _______________________ PV 1353 _____________________

V 1102 ________________________

V 1104 ________________________

V 1375 ________________________ PV 1354 ________________________

J.R. and Doris Reed Memorial Trophy, 12 years & Under

V 1151 ________________________ V 1160 ________________________

V 1152 ________________________

V 1158 ________________________

V 1155 ________________________

V 1165 ________________________

V 1378 ________________________ PV 1355 ________________________

PV 1351________________________ PV-C 1356________________________

PV 1352 ________________________

Mills Family Trophy, 14 years & Under

PV 1202 ________________________ PV-C 1206 _______________________

PV 1205 _________________________ PV 1203 _______________________

V 1225 _________________________

Brandon Sun Rose Bowl, Grade A

V 1423 ________________________ PV 1402________________________

V 1424 ________________________ PV 1403________________________

V 1425 ________________________ PV 1405________________________

PV 1401_______________________ PV-C 1406 _________________________

R.O. Wilkie Memorial Trophy, 16 years & Under

V 1272 ________________________ PV 1252 ________________________

Presentation of Vocal trophies and scholarships

PV 1255________________________ PV - C 1256 ________________________

Mecca Productions Trophy, Intermediate Voice, 18 years & Under

V 1322 ________________________ PV 1303 ________________________

PV 1331________________________ PV 1305 ________________________

PV 1301 ________________________ PV 1302 ________________________

BRANDON FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS WEBSITE:

The Board of Brandon Festival of the Arts, Inc. invites you to visit

www.brandonfestivalofthearts.ca to view information about the Festival, including

winners of scholarships and trophies. Please click on the Program Link for daily updates

PV-C 1306_______________________

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GUITAR

Room 1-57, Brandon University

Saturday, February 15

Adjudicator: Les Chalmers

Classes marked N are non-competitive; all others are competitive.

G 4151: Classical Guitar Solo, Renaissance Composers, Grade/Level 1

_____ 1. Antony Edward

Packington's Pound - Anonymous

1:00 PM

G 4155: Classical Guitar Solo, 20th/21st Century Composers, Grade/Level 1

_____ 1. Faith Hernando

Waltz - Bartolome Calatayud

1:30 PM

G 4153: Classical Guitar Solo, Classical Composers, Grade/Level 1

_____ 1. Antony Edward

Étude - Ferdinando Carulli

G 4780: Classical Guitar Duet, Own Choice, Multi-generational

_____ 1. Zachary Redekop, Ted Redekop

Greensleeves - Anonymous

G 4155: Classical Guitar Solo, 20th/21st Century Composers, Grade/Level 1

_____ 1. Antony Edward

Waltz - Calatayud

G 4001N: Suzuki Guitar Solo, Own Choice, Book 1

1. Dexx Wilson

With Steady Hands - Frank Longay

G 4780: Classical Guitar Duet, Own Choice, Multi-generational

_____ 1. Dexx Wilson, Stacey Wilson

Are You Sleeping, Brother John? - Folk Song

G 4001N: Suzuki Guitar Solo, Own Choice, Book 1

1. Vrielle Dupuis

French Folk Song - Anonymous

G 4003N: Suzuki Guitar Solo, Own Choice, Book 3

1. Marc Strang

Nonesuch - Anonymous

2. Faith Hernando

Greensleeves - Anonymous

G 4202: Classical Guitar Solo, Baroque Composers, Grade/Level 2

_____ 1. Gustav Moller

Arietta Theme - Joseph Küffner

G 4003N: Suzuki Guitar Solo, Own Choice, Book 3

1. Gustav Moller

Ghiribizzo - N. Paganini

2. Nazar Galinski

Calliope (Lesson 61) - J.Sagreras

G 4203: Classical Guitar Solo, Classical Composers, Grade/Level 2

_____ 1. Nazar Galinski

Andantino - Ferdinando Carulli

PG 4303: Classical Guitar Solo, Classical Composers, Grade/Level 4 (p)

_____ 1. Ulrich Moller

Bourrée - Leopard Mozart

G 4005N: Suzuki Guitar Solo, Own Choice, Book 5

1. Ulrich Moller

Vals Español - Jose Ferrer

2:00 PM

G 4153: Classical Guitar Solo, Classical Composers, Grade/Level 1

_____ 1. Faith Hernando

Andantino op. 241, no. 5 - Ferdinando Carulli

PG 4305: Classical Guitar Solo, 20th/21st Century Composers, Grade/Level 4 (p)

_____ 1. Ulrich Moller

La Folia Variations - R. Vidali, arr. F. Longay

G 4005N: Suzuki Guitar Solo, Own Choice, Book 5

1. Sydney Komanac

Vals Español - Jose Ferrer

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GUITAR

Room 1-57, Brandon University

Saturday, February 15

Adjudicator: Les Chalmers

Classes marked N are non-competitive; all others are competitive.

PG 4303: Classical Guitar Solo, Classical Composers, Grade/Level 4 (p) 2:15 PM

_____ 1. Sydney Komanac

Rondo op. 241, no. 34 - Ferdinando Carulli

PG 4305: Classical Guitar Solo, 20th/21st Century Composers, Grade/Level 4 (p)

_____ 1. Sydney Komanac

Rose in the Garden - Carlotta Domeniconi

G 4315: Classical Guitar Solo, Own Choice, Grade/Level 4

_____ 1. Sydney Komanac

Variations on La Folia - Frank Longay

G 4415: Classical Guitar Solo, Study/Étude, Grade/Level 6

_____ 1. Antoni Klonowski

Étude op. 60, no. 7 - Matteo Carcassi

G 4006N: Suzuki Guitar Solo, Own Choice, Book 6

1. Antoni Klonowski

Étude - Tomas Damas

PG 4402: Classical Guitar Solo, Baroque Composers, Grade/Level 6 (j)

_____ 1. Antoni Klonowski

E Minor Bourrée - J.S.Bach

__________________________________________________________________

G 4799N: Classical Guitar Ensemble, Own Choice, Open

3:00 PM

1. EGCM Full Guitar Ensemble — Stephan Engelbrecht, Carter Jersak,

Sydney Komanac, Nazar Galinski, Donal McNeely & Antoni Klonowski

MacPherson's Lament - Traditional, arr. P. Madryga

G 4008N: Suzuki Group, Own Choice, Book 2

1. ECGM Suzuki Guitar Book 1-3 Group

Allegretto - Mauro Giuliani

G 4010N: Suzuki Guitar Group, Own Choice, Book 4

1. EGCM Suzuki Guitar Book 4-6 Group

Lesson for Two Lutes - Anonymous

G 4793N: Classical Guitar Ensemble, Own Choice, Grades/Levels 3 – 4 3:30 PM

1. ECGM Guitar Ensemble 1

Antoni Klonowski, Donal McNeely, Sydney Komanac & Nazar Galinski

Arlequin - Thierry Masson

G 4794N: Classical Guitar Ensemble, Own Choice, Grades/Levels 5 – 6

1. EGCM Guitar Ensemble 2

Stephan Engelbrecht, Carter Jersak & Sydney Komanac

Fandango - Isaac Albeniz

G 4800N: Classical Guitar Ensemble, Own Choice, Multi-generational

1. EGCM Guitar Ensemble — Stephan Engelbrecht, Carter Jersak,

Sydney Komanac, Donal McNeely, Antoni Klonowski & Nazar Galinski and the

BU Guitar Ensemble — Raelyn Adam, Angela Rud & Tim Strange

Peter Gunn Theme - Henry Mancini, arr. R. Goldsmith

G 4795N: Classical Guitar Ensemble, Own Choice, Grades/Levels 7 – 8

1. Brandon University Guitar Ensemble

— Raelyn Adam, Angela Rud & Tim Strange

Sound of Paradiddle - Jürg Kindle

G 4566: Classical Guitar Solo, Own Choice, Grade/Level 9

4:00 PM

_____ 1. Stephan Engelbrecht

Granada - Isaac Albeniz

PG 4556: Classical Guitar Solo, 20th/21st Century Composers, Grade/Level 9 (a)

_____ 1. Stephan Engelbrecht

Choros no.1 - Heitor Villa-Heitor Villa-Lobos

PG 4555: Classical Guitar Solo, Romantic Composers, Grade/Level 9 (a)

_____ 1. Stephan Engelbrecht

Capricho Arabe - Francisco Tarrega

PG 4452: Classical Guitar Solo, Baroque Composers, Grade/Level 7 (i)

_____ 1. Tim Strange

Prelude, BWV 999 - J.S. Bach

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GUITAR

Room 1-57, Brandon University

Saturday, February 15

Adjudicator: Les Chalmers

Classes marked N are non-competitive; all others are competitive.

PG 4456: Classical Guitar Solo, 20th/21st Century Composers,

Grade/Level 7 (i)

_____ 1. Tim Strange

Candombe en Mi - Maximo Diego Pujol

4: 45 PM

PG 4255: Classical Guitar Solo, 20th/21st Century Composers,

Grade/Level 3 (p)

_____ 1. Angela Rud

Heath - Andrew York

G 4265: Classical Guitar Solo, Own Choice, Grade/Level 3

_____ 1. Angela Rud

Cantilena - Richard Charlton

S 4757: Guitar Solo, Canadian Composers, Adult

_____ 1. Mark Poppel

5: 00 PM

Llwyn Onn (The Ash Grove) - Traditional Welsh, arr. Paul Gerrits

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DANCE

Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium

Sunday, February 16

Adjudicator: Alia Ruemper

D 0530B: Jazz Group, Own Choice, 6 Years & Under For Large Groups

1:00 PM

D 0535A: Jazz Group, Own Choice, 16 Years & Under For Small Groups

3:00 PM

_____ 1. One Two Buckle My Shoe

_____ 1. Play That Sax

D 0531A: Jazz Group, Own Choice, 8 Years & Under For Small Groups

_____ 2. Trophy

_____ 1. Wake Me Up

_____ 3. Lights Up

_____ 2. I Like to Move it

_____ 4. Only When it Rains

D 0532A: Jazz Group, Own Choice, 10 Years & Under For Small Groups

_____ 1. No Excuses

_____ 2. Hungry Like the Wolf

_____ 3. Are You Gonna Be My Girl

_____ 4. Breakfast at Tiffany’s

D 0532AV: Jazz Group, Own Choice, 10 Years & Under For Small Groups

_____ 1. Don’t Be So Hard on Yourself

D 0533A: Jazz Group, Own Choice, 12 Years & Under For Small Groups 1:40 PM

_____ 1. Cold Hearted

_____ 2. Dancing on the Ceiling

_____ 3. Sweet Dreams

_____ 4. Booty Swing

_____ 5. On Top of the World

D 0533AV: Jazz Group, Own Choice, 12 Years & Under For Small Groups

_____ 1. Someone That You Love

BREAK FOR ADJUDICATION ( subject to change)

D 0534A: Jazz Group, Own Choice, 14 Years & Under For Small Groups 2:30 PM

_____ 1. Legend

_____ 2. Out of Touch

_____ 3. Too Many Fish

_____ 4. Move

_____ 5. Peanut Butter Jelly

BREAK FOR ADJUDICATION ( subject to change)

BREAK FOR ADJUDICATION ( subject to change)

D 0532B: Jazz Group, Own Choice, 10 Years & Under For Large Groups

_____ 1. September

_____ 2. Slumber Party

_____ 3. Conga

D 0533B: Jazz Group, Own Choice, 12 Years & Under For Large Groups

_____ 1. Agent M

_____ 2. Girls Gotta

_____ 3. Kill the Lights

_____ 4. Do it Like This

_____ 5. Perfect Science

BREAK FOR ADJUDICATION ( subject to change)

D 0535B: Jazz Group, Own Choice, 16 Years & Under For Large Groups

_____ 1. Darkness

_____ 2. Raised by Wolves

_____ 3. Trampoline

_____ 4. Paris in the Rain

_____ 5. Purple Hat

BREAK FOR ADJUDICATION ( subject to change)

3:30 PM

4:15 PM

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DANCE

Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium

Sunday, February 16

Adjudicator: Alia Ruemper

Classes marked N are non-competitive; all others are competitive.

D 0532C: Jazz Group, Own Choice, 10 Years & Under For Line Groups

_____ 1. I Will Survive

_____ 2. The Explorer

_____ 3. The Race

4:45 PM

D 0533C: Jazz Group, Own Choice, 12 Years & Under For Line Groups

_____ 1. Soda Pop

D 0535C: Jazz Group, Own Choice, 16 Years & Under For Line Groups

_____ 1. Sage

D 0533C: Jazz Group, Own Choice, 12 Years & Under For Line Groups

_____ 1. Sweet Dreams

BREAK FOR ADJUDICATION ( subject to change)

D 0536BN: Jazz Group, Own Choice, 18 Years & Under For Large Groups 5:15 PM

1. Bad

D 0533C: Jazz Group, Own Choice, 12 Years & Under For Line Groups

_____ 1. A Moment Apart

D 0534C: Jazz Group, Own Choice, 14 Years & Under For Line Groups

_____ 1. Like a Lady

_____ 2. Run For Your Life

D 0534CN: Jazz Group, Own Choice, 14 Years & Under For Line Groups

1. Wannabe

D 1035B: Variety Group, Own Choice, 16 Years & Under For Large Groups

_____ 1. Just Got Paid

ADJUDICATION

From Dance-Marking Rules & Regulations Page 5 :

4. The adjudicator is responsible for all decisions regarding award allocation.

5. Performances to be included in the Dance Showcase will be Adjudicators’ Choice.

6. Awards & Dance Showcase recommendations do not necessarily reflect the highest marks

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D 0582: Stage Dance Solo With Voice, Traditional Musical,

Own Choice, 10 Years & Under

_____ 1. Cash Laluk

D 0632: Stage Dance Solo With Voice, Movie Musical, Own Choice,

10 Years & Under

_____ 3. Sadie Buydens

_____ 5. Grady Sanko

D 0633: Stage Dance Solo With Voice, Movie Musical, Own Choice,

12 Years & Under

_____7. Piper Kinley

_____9. Jules Laluk

_____11. Lucas Park

D 0584: Stage Dance Solo With Voice, Traditional Musical,

Own Choice, 14 Years & Under

_____ 13. Danika Robb

_____ 15. Aaron Cox

_____ 17. Saemus Malcolm

_____ 19. Carson Burr

D 0585: Stage Dance Solo With Voice, Traditional Musical,

Own Choice, 16 Years & under

_____ 21. Abby Simard

_____ 23. Brody Burr

DANCE

Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium

Monday, February 17

Adjudicator: Alia Ruemper and Krista Leis

9:00 AM

9:30 AM

D 0931: Lyrical Jazz Solo, Own Choice, 8 Years & Under

_____ 2. Adeline Galinski

D 0933: Lyrical Jazz Solo, Own Choice, 12 Years & Under

_____ 4. Kaitlynn Cassells

_____ 6. Anya Visser

_____ 8. Nyah Perkin

_____ 10. Ella Guthrie

_____ 12. Emma Osborne

_____ 14. Ella Porter

_____ 16. Parker Lyle

_____ 18. Jocelyn McNiven

D 0932: Lyrical Jazz Solo, Own Choice, 10 Years & Under

_____ 20. Brooke Cameron

_____ 22. Piper Brown

_____ 24. Ruby Hatcher

_____ 26. Julianna Veilleux

_____ 28. Abigail Wronowski

BREAK FOR ADJUDICATION ( subject to change)

9:00 AM

9:45 AM

D 0634: Stage Dance Solo With Voice, Movie Musical,

Own Choice, 14 Years & Under

_____ 25. Emma Gale

10:00 AM

D 0583: Stage Dance Solo With Voice, Traditional Musical,

Own Choice, 12 Years & Under

_____ 27. Nyah Perkin

_____ 29. Annika Laluk

_____ 30. Yesenia Zavala

BREAK FOR ADJUDICATION ( subject to change)

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DANCE

Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium

Monday, February 17

Adjudicator: Alia Ruemper and Krista Leis

D 0642: Stage Dance Duo With Voice, Movie Musical, Own Choice, 10:15 AM

10 Years & Under

_____ 1. Sadie Buydens, Ava Irwin

D 0592: Stage Dance Duo With Voice, Traditional Musical, Own Choice,

10 Years & Under

_____ 3. Cash Laluk, Mila Yuel

D 0595: Stage Dance Duo With Voice, Traditional Musical, Own Choice,

16 Years & Under

_____ 5. Arianna Laluk, Sara Clarke

D 0596: Stage Dance Duo With Voice, Traditional Musical, Own Choice,

18 Years & Under

_____ 7. Carter Sherris, Ian Cox

D 0605: Stage Dance Trio With Voice, Traditional Musical, Own Choice,

16 Years & Under

_____ 9. Shayna Wakefield, Jordan Koroluk & Kaley Koroluk

D 0643: Stage Dance Duo With Voice, Movie Musical, Own Choice,

12 Years & Under 10:40 AM

_____ 11. Devin Kerman-Forsythe, Jaymee Moran

D 0644: Stage Dance Duo With Voice, Movie Musical, Own Choice,

14 Years & Under

_____ 13. Reese Ziprick, Rory Ziprick

BREAK FOR ADJUDICATION ( subject to change)

D 0943: Lyrical Jazz Duo, Own Choice, 12 Years & Under

_____ 2. Harley McGregor, Jayanna Guay

_____ 4. Jessica Wright, Meadow Chiborak

_____ 6. Sidney Curtis, Emma Osborne

_____ 8. Sienna Jarvis, Aubrey Gosseye

_____ 10. Amelia Hebert, Arden Hebert

_____ 12. Yesenia Zavala, Peyton McNarland

D 0942: Lyrical Jazz Duo, Own Choice, 10 Years & Under

_____ 14. Adeline Galinski, Jocelyn McNiven

BREAK FOR ADJUDICATION ( subject to change)

10:15 AM

10:40 AM

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D 0684: Stage Dance Solo Without Voice, Own Choice,

14 Years & Under

_____ 1. Nicholas Hiscock

D 0680: Stage Dance Solo Without Voice, Own Choice,

6 Years & Under

_____ 3. Mackenzie Csversko

D 0681: Stage Dance Solo Without Voice, Own Choice,

8 Years & Under

_____ 5. Adeline Galinski

D 0682: Stage Dance Solo Without Voice, Own Choice,

10 Years & Under

_____7. Avery Lyle

D 0685: Stage Dance Solo Without Voice, Own Choice,

16 Years & Under

_____ 9. Laura Scott

_____ 11. Brenna Sawchuk

DANCE

Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium

Monday, February 17

Adjudicator: Alia Ruemper and Krista Leis

11:00 AM

D 0934: Lyrical Jazz Solo, Own Choice, 14 Years & Under

_____ 2. Brianna Manulak

_____ 4. Makayla Martin

_____ 6. Julianne Ludlam

_____ 8. Jessica Benoit

_____ 10. Payton Daciuk

_____ 12. Georgia Keller

_____ 14. Nicholas Hiscock

_____ 16. Taryn Baraniuk

_____ 18. Lacey Lombaert

_____ 20. AJ Canales

_____ 22. Ashley Giesbrecht

D 0937: Lyrical Jazz Solo, Own Choice, 19 Years & Over

_____ 24. Aleca Antonakis

BREAK FOR ADJUDICATION ( subject to change)

11:00 AM

D 0686: Stage Dance Solo Without Voice, Own Choice,

18 Years & Under 11:30 AM

_____ 13. Kaitlyn Bacon

D 0687: Stage Dance Solo Without Voice, Own Choice,

19 Years & Over

_____ 15. Aleca Antonakis

D 0694: Stage Dance Duo Without Voice, Own Choice,

14 Years & Under

_____ 17. Sophie Werbowski, Indiana Unger

_____ 19. Rory Pugh-Thompson, Leah Hausermann

_____ 21. Carson Burr, Rhodes Keller

_____ 23. Nicholas Hiscock, Danika Robb

BREAK FOR ADJUDICATION ( subject to change)

From Dance-Marking Rules & Regulations Page 5 :

4. The adjudicator is responsible for all decisions regarding award allocation.

5. Performances to be included in the Dance Showcase will be Adjudicators’ Choice.

6. Awards & Dance Showcase recommendations do not necessarily reflect the

highest marks given.

CONTACT INFORMATION DURING FESTIVAL:

In case of a cancellation during the Festival, please call or text

204-720-7074 or email brandonfestivalofthearts@gmail.com

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DANCE

Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium

Monday, February 17

Adjudicator: Alia Ruemper and Krista Leis

D 0695: Stage Dance Duo Without Voice, Own Choice,

16 Years & Under

_____ 1. Laura Scott, Ava Thexton

_____ 3. Ruby Keller, Adynn Praznik

1:00 PM

D 0944: Lyrical Jazz Duo, Own Choice, 14 Years & Under

1: 00 PM

_____ 1. Amari Stocks, Alexis Wieb

_____ 2. Makayla Martin, Jessica Benoit

___________________________________________________________________

D 0692: Stage Dance Duo Without Voice, Own Choice,

10 Years & Under

_____ 5. Emma Osborne, Kira Osborne

_____ 5. Brooklyn Stitt, Avery Lyle

_____ 7. Claira Stitt, Evelyn Stitt

D 0693: Stage Dance Duo Without Voice, Own Choice,

12 Years & Under 1:25 PM

_____ 9. Maggie Johnson, Madison Poole

_____ 11. Parker Lyle, Annika Laluk

_____ 13. Madilyn Buydens, Sofya Tymoshenko

_____ 15. Nyah Perkin, Quincy Thomas

_____ 17. Bethany Krahn, Mia Lepp

D 1005: Variety Solo, Own Choice, 16 Years & Under

1:50 PM

_____ 19. Tori Wright

D 1011: Variety Duo, Own Choice, 8 Years & Under

_____ 21. Maddy Michelle, Kylie Michelle

BREAK FOR ADJUDICATION ( subject to change)

_________________________________________________________________

CONTACT INFORMATION DURING FESTIVAL:

In case of a cancellation during the Festival, please text

204– 720-7074 or email brandonfestivalofthearts@gmail.com

D 0935: Lyrical Jazz Solo, Own Choice, 16 Years & Under

_____ 2. Emma Aboud-McConnell

_____ 4. Tori Wright

_____ 6. Faith Kasprick

_____ 8. Alexa Case

_____ 10. Emma Peterson

_____ 12. Phoenix Rockley

_____ 14. Brooklyn Lyle

_____ 16. Lily Simard

_____ 18. Brooklyn Adams

_____ 20. Dara Lehman

_____ 22. Abigail Melnyk

D 0935V: Lyrical Jazz Solo, Own Choice, 16 Years & Under

_____ 23. Eilidh Crawford

BREAK FOR ADJUDICATION ( subject to change)

D 0936: Lyrical Jazz Solo, Own Choice, 18 Years & Under

_____ 1. Emma Ray

_____ 2. Emma Sul

_____ 3. Kaitlyn Bacon

D 0945: Lyrical Jazz Duo, Own Choice, 16 Years & Under

_____ 4. Mikaela Quennelle, Katie Wright

_____ 5. Alexa Case, Brody Burr

_____ 6. Tori Wright, AJ Canales

BREAK FOR ADJUDICATION ( subject to change)

1: 10 PM

2:30 PM

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DANCE

Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium

Monday, February 17

Adjudicator: Alia Ruemper and Krista Leis

D 0613A: Stage Dance Group With Voice, Traditional Musical,

6:30 PM

D 0962B: Lyrical Jazz Group, Own Choice,

6:30 PM

Own Choice, 12 Years & Under For Small Groups

10 Years & Under For Large Groups

_____ 1. JANQ: ---

_____ 2. With A Little Help From My Friends

D 0661C: Stage Dance Group With Voice, Movie Musical,

_____ 4. Not About Angels

Own Choice, 8 Years & Under For Line Groups

D 0962A: Lyrical Jazz Group, Own Choice,

_____ 3. Say A Little Prayer

10 Years & Under For Small Groups

D 0661B: Stage Dance Group With Voice, Movie Musical,

Own Choice, 8 Years & Under For Large Groups

_____ 6. Speechless

_____ 8. Ocean

_____ 5. Coast to Coast

D 0963B: Lyrical Jazz Group, Own Choice,

_____ 7. Life’s a Happy Song (The Muppets Movie)

12 Years & Under For Large Groups

D 0662B: Stage Dance Group With Voice,

Movie Musical, Own Choice, 10 Years & Under For Large Groups

_____ 9. Boys Only: --

6:50 PM

_____ 10. Sounds of Silence

_____ 12. City of Stars

_____ 13. What the World Needs Now

D 0612B: Stage Dance Group With Voice, Traditional Musical,

BREAK FOR ADJUDICATION ( subject to change)

Own Choice, 10 Years & Under For Large Groups

D 0963C: Lyrical Jazz Group, Own Choice,

7:00 PM

_____ 11. Fame (Fame)

12 Years & Under For Line Groups

BREAK FOR ADJUDICATION ( subject to change)

_____ 2. Sign of the Times

D 0665B: Stage Dance Group With Voice, Movie Musical,

Own Choice, 16 Years & Under For Large Groups

_____ 1. Sr Stage: TBA

D 0614A: Stage Dance Group With Voice, Traditional Musical,

Own Choice, 14 Years & Under For Small Groups

_____ 3. Emma, Shayna, Sara, Arianna, Danika and Elly

D 0662A: Stage Dance Group With Voice, Movie Musical,

Own Choice, 10 Years & Under For Small Groups

_____ 5. Welcome

7:00 PM

D 0964A: Lyrical Jazz Group, Own Choice,

14 Years & Under For Small Groups

_____ 4. The Wildfire

_____ 6. Old Days

_____ 8. Breathe Me

D 0964B: Lyrical Jazz Group, Own Choice,

14 Years & Under For Large Groups

_____ 10. Liability

_____ 12. What the World Needs Now

BREAK FOR ADJUDICATION ( subject to change)

7:20 PM

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DANCE

Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium

Monday, February 17

Adjudicator: Alia Ruemper and Krista Leis

Classes marked N are non-competitive; all others are competitive.

D 0664A: Stage Dance Group With Voice, Movie Musical, Own Choice,

D 0964C: Lyrical Jazz Group, Own Choice,

7:30 PM

14 Years & Under For Small Groups

14 Years & Under For Line Groups

_____ 7. Someone In The Crowd (La La Land)

_____ 2. North

D 0614B: Stage Dance Group With Voice, Traditional Musical,

7:20 PM

D 0965A: Lyrical Jazz Group, Own Choice,

8:00 PM

Own Choice, 14 Years & Under For Large Groups

16 Years & Under For Small Groups

_____ 9. Shine Like The Sun (9 to 5)

_____ 4. I’m Here

_____ 11. Deep Beneath the City/Not There Yet (In Transit)

_____ 6. Maybe I’ve Done Enough

BREAK FOR ADJUDICATION ( subject to change)

D 0613B: Stage Dance Group With Voice, Traditional Musical,

Own Choice, 12 Years & Under For Large Groups

_____ 1. Jet Set (Catch Me If You Can)

_____ 3. Let’s Dance (Irving Berlin)

D 0663D: Stage Dance Group With Voice, Movie Musical, Own Choice,

12 Years & Under For Production Numbers

_____ 5. Disco Medley

7:30 PM

ADJUDICATION

________________________________________________________

D 0965AV: Lyrical Jazz Group, Own Choice, 16 Years & Under For Small Groups

_____ 7. Circus of the Mind

BREAK FOR ADJUDICATION ( subject to change)

D 0965B: Lyrical Jazz Group, Own Choice,

8:15 PM

16 Years & Under For Large Groups

_____ 1. Killer and the Sound

_____ 2. Hallelujah

D 0966BN: Lyrical Jazz Group, Own Choice, 18 Years & Under For Large Groups

3. You Are The Reason

D 0965C: Lyrical Jazz Group, Own Choice,

16 Years & Under For Line Groups

_____ 4. In My Room

ADJUDICATION

__________________________________________________________

From Dance-Marking Rules & Regulations Page 5 :

4. The adjudicator is responsible for all decisions regarding award allocation.

5. Performances to be included in the Dance Showcase will be Adjudicators’ Choice.

6. Awards & Dance Showcase recommendations do not necessarily reflect the highest

marks given.

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DANCE

Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium

Tuesday, February 18

Adjudicator: Alia Ruemper and Krista Leis

D 0501: Jazz Solo, Own Choice, 8 Years & Under

9:00 AM

D 0131B: Contemporary Ballet Solo, On Pointe, 14 Years & Under

9:00 AM

_____ 1. Zoe Moquin-Wood

_____ 2. Olivia Batenchuk

_____ 3. Chloe Kent

D 0130A: Contemporary Ballet Solo, Soft Shoes, 12 Years & Under

D 0502: Jazz Solo, Own Choice, 10 Years & Under

_____ 4. Sidney Curtis

_____ 5. Brady Gregory

_____ 7. Piper Brown

_____ 9. Ella VanDaele

_____ 11 Sienna Mercure

_____ 13. Madilyn Buydens

D 0503: Jazz Solo, Own Choice, 12 Years & Under

_____ 15. Sarah Chappell

_____ 17. Anya Visser

_____ 19. Sidney Curtis

9:40 AM

D 0132A: Contemporary Ballet Solo, Soft Shoes, 16 Years & Under

_____ 6. Mikaela Keating

_____ 8. Laura Scott

_____ 10. Brooklyn Lyle

D 0133A: Contemporary Ballet Solo, Soft Shoes, 18 Years & Under

_____ 12. Emma Sul

D 0138A: Contemporary Ballet Duo, Soft Shoes, 16 Years & Under

_____ 14. Brody Burr Carson Burr

9:30 AM

_____ 21. Zoe Redekop

_____ 23. Bethany Krahn

_____ 25. Jessica Wright

D 0204: Folk Dance Solo, Own Choice, 14 Years & Under

_____ 16. Sydney Komanac

_____ 18. Danika Robb

BREAK FOR ADJUDICATION ( subject to change)

_____ 20. Grace Neufeld

D 0203: Folk Dance Solo, Own Choice, 12 Years & Under

_____ 22. London Peters

D 0211: Folk Dance Duo, Own Choice, 8 Years & Under

_____ 24. Freya Ford, Anna-Leigh Warren-Burgess

D 0224: Folk Dance Trio, Own Choice, 14 Years & Under

10:00 AM

_____ 26. Danika Robb, Lucy MacPherson-Blair & Grace Neufeld

BREAK FOR ADJUDICATION ( subject to change)

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DANCE

Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium

Tuesday, February 18

Adjudicator: Alia Ruemper and Krista Leis

D 0511: Jazz Duo, Own Choice, 8 Years & Under

_____ 1. Lucy Ridgen, Mackenzie Johnston

D 0512: Jazz Duo, Own Choice, 10 Years & Under

_____ 3. Zoe Moquin-Wood, Jillian Schoonbaert

_____ 5. Mya Lindenberg, Ella Vandaele

_____ 7. Jessica Dean, Jocelyn Derlago

D 0513: Jazz Duo, Own Choice, 12 Years & Under

_____ 9. Mya Gray, Jaydee Henderson

_____ 11. Kendra Crawford, Peyton McNarland

_____ 13. Hanna Brown, Taylor Brown

10:30 AM

D 0413: Modern Dance Solo, Own Choice, 16 Years & Under

_____ 2. Elly Szabo

_____ 4. Kennedy Crane

_____ 6. Lily Collier

_____ 8. Hannah Ramsey

_____ 10. Sophie Kindle

D 0421: Modern Dance Duo, Own Choice, 12 Years & Under

_____ 12. Amelia Hebert, Arden Hebert

D 0424: Modern Dance Duo, Own Choice, 18 Years & Under

_____ 14. Joel Byers, Lily Collier

10:30 AM

11:00 AM

_____ 15. Madison Vandal, Abbey Jubinville

_____ 17. Ella Guthrie, Vanessa Falk

_____ 19. Lily Hammond, Bella Fisher

_____ 21. Anya Visser, Claira Stitt

_____ 22. Zoe Redekop, Shayla Scinocca

BREAK FOR ADJUDICATION ( subject to change)

D 0164: Interpretive Solo, 16 Years & Under

_____ 16. Lillianne Hiller

D 0170: Interpretive Duo, 14 Years & Under

_____ 18. Sannelle Engelbrecht, Ashley Giesbrecht

D 0171: Interpretive Duo, 16 Years & Under

_____ 20. Alexa Case, Kennedy Crane

D 0504: Jazz Solo, Own Choice, 14 Years & Under

1:00 PM

BREAK FOR ADJUDICATION ( subject to change)

_____ 1. Jessica Benoit

_____ 3. Chloe Worthington

_____ 5. Vanessa Falk

_____ 7. Taryn Baraniuk

_____ 9. Oluwaseun Akintola

D 0272: Ballet Solo, Own Choice, 10 Years & Under

_____ 2. Ruby Hatcher

_____ 4. Brooklyn Stitt

_____ 6. Mila Yuel

1:00 PM

D 0505: Jazz Solo, Own Choice, 16 Years & Under

_____ 11. Ava Acevedo

_____ 13. Alexa Case

D 0506: Jazz Solo, Own Choice, 18 Years & Under

_____ 15. Tanisha Nickel

_____ 17. Kaitlyn Bacon

1:35 PM

D 0273: Ballet Solo, Own Choice, 12 Years & Under

_____ 8. Anya Visser

_____ 10. Nyah Perkin

_____ 12. Sage Dueck

_____ 14. Ashlyn Thompson

D 0274: Ballet Solo, Own Choice, 14 Years & Under

_____ 16. Georgia Keller

1:35 PM

BREAK FOR ADJUDICATION ( subject to change)

_____ 18. Makayla Martin

BREAK FOR ADJUDICATION ( subject to change)

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DANCE

Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium

Tuesday, February 18

Adjudicator: Alia Ruemper and Krista Leis

D 0507: Jazz Solo, Own Choice, 19 Years & Over

1:45 PM

D 0275: Ballet Solo, Own Choice, 16 Years & Under

1:45 PM

_____ 1. Aleca Antonakis

_____ 2. Faith Kasprick

D 0514: Jazz Duo, Own Choice, 14 Years & Under

_____ 4. Sarah Edward

_____ 3. Avery Clark, Calli Wilson-Davey

D 0332: Demi Character Solo, Own Choice, 10 Years & Under

2:15 PM

_____ 5. Payton Daciuk, Indiana Unger

_____ 6. Piper Brown

_____ 7. Chloe Worthington, Kaylee McEwen

_____ 8. Julianna Veilleux

D 0515: Jazz Duo, Own Choice, 16 Years & Under

2:15 PM

D 0312: Ballet Pointe Solo, Own Choice, 16 Years & Under

_____ 9. JL Canales, AJ Canales

_____ 10. Faith Kasprick

_____ 11. Larissa Krahn, Karina Lade

_____ 12. Alexa Case

_____ 13. Tori Wright, Ashley Giesbrecht

_____ 14. Genevieve Pearce

D 0522: Jazz Trio, Own Choice, 10 Years & Under

_____ 16. Mirette Edward

_____ 15. Rory Pugh-Thompson, Ava Russell & Brittany Hamilton

D 0352: Demi Character Trio, Own Choice, 10 Years & Under

2:45 PM

_____ 17. Mila Yuel, Brooklyn Stitt & Leighton Rice

_____ 18. Brooke Cameron, Piper Brown & Julianna Veilleu

D 0523: Jazz Trio, Own Choice, 12 Years & Under

2:40 PM

D 0294: Ballet Trio, Own Choice, 14 Years & Under

_____ 19. Piper Frison, Miranda Olsen & Austin Hay

_____ 20. Nicholas Hiscock, AJ Canales & Darby Hiscock

_____ 21. Fiona Wilson, Arden Hebert & Amelia Hebert

BREAK FOR ADJUDICATION ( subject to change)

D 0524: Jazz Trio, Own Choice, 14 Years & Under

_____ 22. Sophie Werbowski, Payton Daciuk & Indiana Unger

D 0525: Jazz Trio, Own Choice, 16 Years & Under

_____ 23. Darby Hiscock, Tori Wright & Ava Acevedo

D 0527: Jazz Trio, Own Choice, 19 Years & Over

3:00 PM

_____ 24. Joel Byers, Lily Collier & Katrina MacAulay

BREAK FOR ADJUDICATION ( subject to change)

From Dance-Marking Rules & Regulations Page 5 :

4. The adjudicator is responsible for all decisions regarding award allocation.

5. Performances to be included in the Dance Showcase will be Adjudicators’ Choice.

6. Awards & Dance Showcase recommendations do not necessarily reflect the

highest marks given.

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D 0920AV: Hip Hop Group, Own Choice,

6 Years & Under For Small Groups

_____ 1. Boomerang

D 0920B: Hip Hop Group, Own Choice,

6 Years & Under For Large Groups

_____ 3. Candy Store

D 0920C: Hip Hop Group, Own Choice,

6 Years & Under For Line Groups

_____ 5. Crazy Kids

D 0921B: Hip Hop Group, Own Choice, 8 Years & Under For Large Groups

_____ 7. Back to School

_____ 9. Circus

_____ 11. Space Jam

DANCE

Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium

Tuesday, February 18

Adjudicator: Alia Ruemper and Krista Leis

Classes marked N are non-competitive; all others are competitive.

6:30 PM

D 0921BV: Hip Hop Group, Own Choice, 8 Years & Under For Large Groups

_____ 13. Boasty

BREAK FOR ADJUDICATION ( subject to change)

D 0922B: Hip Hop Group, Own Choice,

10 Years & Under For Large Groups

_____ 1. Swalla

_____ 3. Seven Nation Army

_____ 5. Trouble

_____ 7. POSSIBLE

7:00 PM

D 0922BN: Hip Hop Group, Own Choice, 10 Years & Under For Large Groups

9. Get Out My Way

BREAK FOR ADJUDICATION ( subject to change)

D 0233A: Folk Dance Community Group, Own Choice,

12 Years & Under For Small Groups

_____ 2. 500 Miles (I Wanna Be)

D 0235A: Folk Dance Community Group, Own Choice,

16 Years & Under For Small Groups

_____ 4. Aye, Aye Captain

D 0236A: Folk Dance Community Group, Own Choice,

18 Years & Under For Small Groups

_____ 6. Orange and Blue

D 0233B: Folk Dance Community Group, Own Choice,

12 Years & Under For Large Groups

_____ 8. Postcards from Spain

D 0235B: Folk Dance Community Group, Own Choice,

16 Years & Under For Large Groups

_____ 10. A Celtic Schottische

BREAK FOR ADJUDICATION ( subject to change)

D 0150BA: Contemporary Ballet Group, On Pointe,

16 Years & Under For Small Groups

_____ 2. EMBRACE

6:30 PM

6:50 PM

7:00 PM

D 0149AA: Contemporary Ballet Group, Soft Shoes, 14 Years & Under For Small Groups

_____ 4. Chord Left

D 0150A: Contemporary Ballet Group, Soft Shoes, 16 Years & Under For Small Groups

_____ 6. Without Words

D 0150AA: Contemporary Ballet Group, Soft Shoes, 16 Years & Under For Small Groups

_____ 8. War of Hearts

D 0150AAV: Contemporary Ballet Group, Soft Shoes, 16 Years & Under For Small Groups

_____ 10. In Search of Serenity

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DANCE

Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium

Tuesday, February 18

Adjudicator: Alia Ruemper and Krista Leis

D 0023B: Acro Dance Group, 8 Years & Under,

7:30 PM

For Large Groups

1. Shine Your Way

3. Baby Elephant Walk

BREAK FOR ADJUDICATION ( subject to change)

D 0033B: Acro Dance Group, 10 Years & Under,

For Large Groups

1. Run like the River

3. Come Alive

D 0043A: Acro Dance Group, 12 Years & Under, For Small Groups

5. Tempest

7. Paris

D 0043AV: Acro Dance Group, 12 Years & Under, For Small Groups

9. Neon Lights

BREAK FOR ADJUDICATION ( subject to change)

D 0043B: Acro Dance Group, 12 Years & Under,

8:00 PM

For Large Groups

1. Iron

2. Querer

3. Saints

D 0149AB: Contemporary Ballet Group, Soft Shoes,

14 Years & Under For Large Groups

2. Try to Breath Again

D 0150AB: Contemporary Ballet Group, Soft Shoes,

16 Years & Under For Large Groups

4. Humankind

BREAK FOR ADJUDICATION ( subject to change)

D 0149AC: Contemporary Ballet Group, Soft Shoes,

14 Years & Under For Line Groups

2. Fear

D 0188B: Interpretive Group, 16 Years & Under,

For Large Groups

4. In Deep

D 0443A: Modern Dance Group, Own Choice,

16 Years & Under For Small Groups

6. Small Group

D 0443B: Modern Dance Group, Own Choice,

16 Years & Under For Large Groups

8. Blues and Greens

10. Hello.

7:30 PM

7:40 PM

D 0053A: Acro Dance Group, 14 Years & Under,

For Small Groups

1. In Love With a Monster

D 0053B: Acro Dance Group, 14 Years & Under,

For Large Groups

1. California Dreamin’

ADJUDICATION

__________________________________________________________

CONTACT INFORMATION DURING FESTIVAL:

In case of a cancellation during the Festival, please text

204-720-7074 or email brandonfestivalofthearts@gmail.com

ADJUDICATION

_______________________________________________________

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DANCE

Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium

Wednesday, February 19

Adjudicator: Alia Ruemper

D 0541: Tap Solo, Own Choice, 8 Years & Under

9:30 AM

D 0553: Tap Duo, Own Choice, 12 Years & Under

11:20 AM

_____ 1. Lucy Ridgen

_____ 1. Trinity Lints, Cowen Lints

_____ 2. Evelyn Stitt

_____ 2. Emma Osborne, Kaitlynn Cassells

D 0542: Tap Solo, Own Choice, 10 Years & Under

_____ 1. Kendra Dale

_____ 3. Zoe Redekop, Parker Lyle

_____ 4. Lauren Funk, Jules Laluk

_____ 2. Ella VanDaele

BREAK FOR ADJUDICATION ( subject to change)

_____ 3. Cash Laluk

_____ 4. Brooklyn Stitt

D 0544: Tap Solo, Own Choice, 14 Years & Under

_____ 1. Nazar Galinski

1:00 PM

D 0543: Tap Solo, Own Choice, 12 Years & Under

10:00 AM

_____ 2. Nicholas Hiscock

_____ 1. Alexis Dale

_____ 3. Larissa Krahn

_____ 2. Sarah Krahn

_____ 4. Heidi Clark

_____ 3. Kaitlynn Cassells

_____ 5. Georgia Keller

_____ 4. Madison Vandal

_____ 6. Shyan Schwarz

_____ 5. Madison Poole

_____ 7. Taryn Baraniuk

_____ 6. Annika Laluk

_____ 8. Carson Burr

_____ 7. Piper Frison

_____ 8. Claira Stitt

_____ 9. Quincy Thomas

_____ 10. Anya Visser

D 0554: Tap Duo, Own Choice, 14 Years & Under

_____ 1. Mercedes Robar, Buller Abby Wurth

_____ 2. Rhodes Keller, Willem Yuel

_____ 3. Nazar Galinski, Aaron Cox

1:40 PM

BREAK FOR ADJUDICATION ( subject to change)

_____ 4. Nicholas Hiscock, AJ Canales

D 0551: Tap Duo, Own Choice, 8 Years & Under

_____ 1. Lilly Otto-Burton, Violet Otto-Burton

D 0552: Tap Duo, Own Choice, 10 Years & Under

_____ 1. Adeline Hehn, Adele Veilleux

_____ 2. Sadie Buydens, Isla Jarosz

_____ 3. Mila Yuel, Leighton Rice

11:00 AM

BREAK FOR ADJUDICATION ( subject to change)

From Dance-Marking Rules & Regulations Page 5 :

4. The adjudicator is responsible for all decisions regarding award allocation.

5. Performances to be included in the Dance Showcase will be Adjudicators’

Choice.

6. Awards & Dance Showcase recommendations do not necessarily reflect

the highest marks given.

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DANCE

Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium

Wednesday, February 19

Adjudicator: Alia Ruemper and Krista Leis

D 0849: Dance, Self-choreography Solo, Own Choice, 8 Years & Under

_____ 1. Adeline Galinski

2:00 PM

D 0851: Dance, Self-choreography, Solo, Own Choice,

12 Years & Under

_____ 1. Zoe Redekop

D 0852: Dance, Self-choreography Solo, Own Choice,

14 Years & Under

_____ 1. Georgia Keller

_____ 2. Shyan Schwarz

D 0853: Dance, Self-choreography Solo, Own Choice,

16 Years & Under

_____ 1. Ava Acevedo

D 0863: Dance, Self-choreography Duo, Own Choice, 16 Years & Under

_____ 1. Faith Kasprick, Genevieve Pearce

D 0854: Dance, Self-choreography Solo, Own Choice, 18 Years & Under

_____ 1. Emma Sul

D 0882A: Dance, Self-choreography Group, Own Choice,

14 Years & Under For Small Groups

_____ 1. Seniors: TBA

BREAK FOR ADJUDICATION ( subject to change)

D 0709B: Stage Dance Group Without Voice, Own Choice,

4 Years & Under For Large Groups

_____ 1. Abba Dabba Honeymoon

D 0570B: Tap Group, Own Choice, 6 Years & Under For Large Groups

_____ 3. Friend Like Me

_____ 5. School Daze

_____ 7. Juice Box

D 0570C: Tap Group, Own Choice, 6 Years & Under For Line Groups

_____ 9. You Make My Dreams

BREAK FOR ADJUDICATION ( subject to change)

2:30 PM

6:30 PM

D 0301C: Ballet Community Group, Own Choice,

6:30 PM

8 Years & Under For Line Groups

_____ 2. Pas de Polka

D 0301B: Ballet Community Group, Own Choice,

8 Years & Under For Large Groups

_____ 4. Fairy Waltz

D 0300B: Ballet Community Group, Own Choice,

6 Years & Under For Large Groups

_____ 6. Roses

_____ 8. Somewhere Only We know

D 0300C: Ballet Community Group, Own Choice, 6 Years & Under For Line Groups

_____ 10. I Got You Babe

BREAK FOR ADJUDICATION ( subject to change)

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DANCE

Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium

Wednesday, February 19

Adjudicator: Alia Ruemper and Krista Leis

D 0571A: Tap Group, Own Choice,

8 Years & Under For Small Groups

_____ 1. Now I’m Following You

7:00 PM

D 0362A: Demi Character Group, Own Choice,

10 Years & Under For Small Groups

_____ 2. Waltz Of The Dolls

7:00 PM

D 0571C: Tap Group, Own Choice, 8 Years & Under For Line Groups

_____ 3. Diamond in the Sun

_____ 5. Signed Sealed Delivered

D 0363A: Demi Character Group, Own Choice,

12 Years & Under For Small Groups

_____ 4. Frogs of the Amazon

D 0712B: Stage Dance Group Without Voice, Own Choice,

10 Years & Under For Large Groups

_____ 7. New Stage

7:30 PM

D 0363C: Demi Character Group, Own Choice,

12 Years & Under For Line Groups

_____ 6. Reine de la forêt (Queen Of The Forest)

D 0712C: Stage Dance Group Without Voice, Own Choice,

10 Years & Under For Line Groups

_____ 9. Pride Rock

D 0713A: Stage Dance Group Without Voice, Own Choice,

12 Years & Under For Small Groups

_____ 11. Ease on Down The Road

D 0715A: Stage Dance Group Without Voice, Own Choice,

16 Years & Under For Small Groups

_____ 13. Born to Hand Jive

D 0714B: Stage Dance Group Without Voice, Own Choice,

14 Years & Under For Large Groups

_____ 15. Be Our Guest

D 0715B: Stage Dance Group Without Voice,

Own Choice, 16 Years & Under For Large Groups

_____ 17. Diamonds

_____ 19. Five and Dime

D 0305A: Ballet Community Group, Own Choice,

16 Years & Under For Small Groups

_____ 8. Mistake Waltz

_____ 10. Water

D 0304A: Ballet Community Group, Own Choice,

14 Years & Under For Small Groups

_____ 12. Valse Royale

_____ 14. Variations on a Pas de Trois

D 0303C: Ballet Community Group, Own Choice,

12 Years & Under For Line Groups

_____ 16. Waltz of the Hours

D 0303B: Ballet Community Group, Own Choice,

12 Years & Under For Large Groups

_____ 18. Woodland Fairies

_____ 20. Anitra’s Dance

BREAK FOR ADJUDICATION ( subject to change)

7:30 PM

BREAK FOR ADJUDICATION ( subject to change)

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DANCE

Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium

Wednesday, February 19

Adjudicator: Alia Ruemper and Krista Leis

D 0713D: Stage Dance Group Without Voice, Own Choice,

8:00 PM

D 0303A: Ballet Community Group, Own Choice,

8:00 PM

12 Years & Under For Production Numbers

12 Years & Under For Small Groups

_____ 1. Coffee in a Cardboard Cup

_____ 2. Masquerade Waltz

D 0714C: Stage Dance Group Without Voice, Own Choice,

14 Years & Under For Line Groups

_____ 3. Rich Man’s Frug

D 0715B: Stage Dance Group Without Voice, Own Choice,

16 Years & Under For Large Groups

_____ 5. Senior Company: TBA

D 0715C: Stage Dance Group Without Voice, Own Choice,

16 Years & Under For Line Groups

_____ 7. Trip A Little Light Fantastic

ADJUDICATION

_______________________________________________________

D 0302B: Ballet Community Group, Own Choice,

10 Years & Under For Large Groups

_____ 4. Tarantella

_____ 6. Dancing Dolls

D 0302C: Ballet Community Group, Own Choice,

10 Years & Under For Line Groups

_____ 8. Can’t Stop the Feeling

D 0302A: Ballet Community Group, Own Choice,

10 Years & Under For Small Groups

_____ 9. Lavender's Blue

BREAK FOR ADJUDICATION ( subject to change)

D 0326A: Ballet Pointe Group, Own Choice,

14 Years & Under For Small Groups

_____ 1. Pas de Quatre

_____ 2. Tranquillity

D 0327A: Ballet Pointe Group, Own Choice,

16 Years & Under For Small Groups

_____ 3. Pas de Quatre (La Bayadère)

_____ 4. Galop General

_____ 5. Pas de six

ADJUDICATION

8:30 PM

_______________________________________________________

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DANCE: BALLET STUDIES

Steppin’ Time Studio (132 9th Street)

Thursday, February 20

Adjudicator: Krista Leis

D 0183: Ballet Studies, Senior

8:30 — 9:30 AM

(GROUP B )

11:15 AM — 12:00 PM

_____ 1. Emma Sul

_____ 15. Emma Osborne

_____ 2. Alexa Case

_____ 16. Nyah Perkin

_____ 3. Faith Kasprick

_____ 17. Ella Porter

_____ 4. Amari Stocks

_____ 18. Zoe Redekop

_____ 5. Kennedy Crane

_____ 19. Claire Slomiany

_____ 6. Mikaela Keating

_____ 20. Quincy Thomas

_____ 7. Mirette Edward

_____ 21. Sofya Tymoshenko

_____ 8. Sarah Edward

_____ 22. Anya Visser

_____ 9. Laura Scott

_____ 23. Sage Dueck

_____ 10. Riley Pomeroy

_____ 24. Ashlyn Thompson

_____ 11. Genevieve Pearce

_____ 25. Amelia Hebert

D 0182: Ballet Studies, Intermediate

(GROUP A )

_____ 1. Jessica Benoit

_____ 2. Kaitlynn Cassells

_____ 3. Sidney Curtis

_____ 4. Vanessa Falk

_____ 5. Piper Frison

_____ 6. Lauren Funk

_____ 7. Aubrey Gosseye

_____ 8. Ella Guthrie

_____ 9. Georgia Keller

_____ 10. Annika Laluk

_____ 11. Jules Laluk

_____ 12. Lacey Lombaert

_____ 13. Parker Lyle

_____ 14. Makayla Martin

10:00 — 10:45 AM

_____ 26. Arden Hebert

_____ 27. Claira Stitt

_____ 28. Brooklyn Stitt

D 0181: Ballet Studies, Junior

_____ 1. Brooke Cameron

_____ 2. Ruby Hatcher

_____ 3. Ella VanDaele

_____ 4. Madison Poole

_____ 5. Mila Yuel

_____ 6. Leighton Rice

_____ 7. Adeline Galinski

_____ 8. Mya Lindenberg

_____ 9. Maggie Johnson

_____ 10. Jocelyn McNiven

_____ 11. Yesenia Zavala

_____ 12. Madilyn Buydens

_____ 13. Cash Laluk

12:30 — 1:15 PM

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DANCE

Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium

Thursday, February 20

Adjudicator: Alia Ruemper

D 0545: Tap Solo, Own Choice, 16 Years & Under

1:00 PM

D 0020: Acro Dance, Solo, Own Choice, 8 Years & Under

2:30 PM

_____ 1. Brody Burr

_____ 1. Mackenzie Johnston

_____ 2. Abby Simard

_____ 3. Laura Scott

_____ 4. Ruby Keller

_____ 5. Darby Hiscock

_____ 6. Abigail Melnyk

_____ 7. Lily Simard

D 0021: Acro Dance, Duo, Own Choice, 8 Years & Under

_____ 1. Kai Denbow & Savannah Gantenbein

D 0030: Acro Dance, Solo, Own Choice, 10 Years & Under

_____ 1. Eden Lanoie

_____ 2. Brooklyn Stitt

D 0546: Tap Solo, Own Choice, 18 Years & Under

_____ 1. Emma Sul

BREAK FOR ADJUDICATION ( subject to change)

D 0040: Acro Dance, Solo, Own Choice, 12 Years & Under

_____ 1. Maddison McLay

_____ 2. Olivia Wiebe

_____ 3. Meadow Chiborak

D 0565: Tap Trio, Own Choice, 16 Years & Under

_____ 1. Ruby Keller, Brody Burr & Carson Burr

1:30 PM

D 0041: Acro Dance, Duo, Own Choice, 12 Years & Under

_____ 1. Ella Guthrie, Quincy Thomas

3:00 PM

D 0561: Tap Trio, Own Choice, 8 Years & Under

_____ 1. Noelle Trudeau, Anna-Leigh Warren-Burgess & Rosa Tacan

D 0052: Acro Dance, Trio, Own Choice, 14 Years & Under

_____ 1. Mason Burgess, Zara Clark-Jones & Mackenzie Cole

D 0564: Tap Trio, Own Choice, 14 Years & Under

_____ 1. Grace Gosselin, Ryan Addison & Mackenzie Cole

_____ 2. Larissa Krahn, Karina Lade & Payton Demas

_____ 3. Lauren Gustafson, Inara Innes & Avery Birch

D 0031 Acro Dance, Duo, Own Choice, 10 & under

_____ 1. Emma Osborne, Kira Osborne

BREAK FOR ADJUDICATION ( subject to change)

D 0555: Tap Duo, Own Choice, 16 Years & Under

_____ 1. Brody Burr, Carson Burr

_____ 2. Darby Hiscock, Sannelle Engelbrecht

_____ 3. Abby Simard, Lily Simard

_____ 4. Brody Burr, Ruby Keller

_____ 5. Danielle Olsen, Angelina Delbridge

D 0923A: Hip Hop Group, Own Choice,

12 Years & Under For Small Groups

_____ 1. The Old West

_____ 2. G.D.F.R.

_____ 3. Run The World

6:30 PM

D 0556: Tap Duo, Own Choice, 18 Years & Under

2: 00 PM

_____ 4. BOYS ONLY

_____ 1. Emma Kowalchuk, Tanisha Nickel

D 0924A: Hip Hop Group, Own Choice, 14 Years & Under For Small Groups

BREAK FOR ADJUDICATION ( subject to change)

_____ 1. Blessed

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D 0925A: Hip Hop Group, Own Choice,

16 Years & Under For Small Groups

_____ 1. Hustle

_____ 2. Lose Control

DANCE

Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium

Thursday, February 20

Adjudicator: Alia Ruemper

6:50 PM

BREAK FOR ADJUDICATION ( subject to change)

D 0923BV: Hip Hop Group, Own Choice,

12 Years & Under For Large Groups

_____ 1. Jokers

7:00 PM

D 0923B: Hip Hop Group, Own Choice, 12 Years & Under For Large Groups

_____ 1. Millionaire

D 0924B: Hip Hop Group, Own Choice,

14 Years & Under For Large Groups

_____ 1. The March

_____ 2. Girls

_____ 3. Take it to the Floor

_____ 4. Fitness

BREAK FOR ADJUDICATION ( subject to change)

D 0925B: Hip Hop Group, Own Choice,

16 Years & Under For Large Groups

_____ 1. Movin’ Up

_____ 2. Money

_____ 3. Lose Yourself

7:30 PM

D 0923C: Hip Hop Group, Own Choice,

12 Years & Under For Line Groups

_____ 1. GLAM

D 0925C: Hip Hop Group, Own Choice,

16 Years & Under For Line Groups

_____ 1. Hit ‘Em Up

BRANDON FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS WEBSITE:

The Board of Brandon Festival of the Arts, Inc. invites you to visit

www.brandonfestivalofthearts.ca to view information about the Festival,

including winners of scholarships and trophies. Please click on the Program

Link for daily updates after 6:30 PM highlighted in yellow.

ADJUDICATION

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DANCE

Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium

Friday, February 21

Adjudicator: Alia Ruemper

D 0892: Hip Hop Solo, Own Choice, 10 Years & Under

1:00 PM

D 0906: Hip Hop Duo, Own Choice, 18 Years & Under

2:20 PM

_____ 1. Olivia Woodcock

_____ 1. Zachi Espayos, Eve Routledge

_____ 2. Cash Laluk

D 0913V: Hip Hop Trio, Own Choice, 12 Years & Under

D 0893: Hip Hop Solo, Own Choice, 12 Years & Under

_____ 1. Avey Demarce, Alyx Delaloye & Cianna Larsen

_____ 1. Shayla Scinocca

_____ 2. Lexxa Hutsal

D 0914: Hip Hop Trio, Own Choice, 14 Years & Under

_____ 1. Oluwaseun Akintola, Arden Hebert & Amelia Hebert

D 0894: Hip Hop Solo, Own Choice, 14 Years & Under

_____ 1. Nicholas Hiscock

_____ 2. Cyann Fagnan-Peters

_____ 3. Shyan Schwarz

D 0915: Hip Hop Trio, Own Choice, 16 Years & Under

_____ 1. Emma Sul, Brody Burr & Carson Burr

BREAK FOR ADJUDICATION ( subject to change)

D 0895: Hip Hop Solo, Own Choice, 16 Years & Under

_____ 1. Darby Hiscock

_____ 2. Elly Szabo

BREAK FOR ADJUDICATION ( subject to change)

D 0572A: Tap Group, Own Choice, 10 Years & Under For Small Groups

_____ 1. Attention

_____ 2. Sweet City Women

_____ 3. Na Na Na

_____ 4. Umbrella

6:00 PM

D 0902: Hip Hop Duo, Own Choice, 10 Years & Under

1:45 PM

_____ 5. Take the A Train

_____ 1. Brooke Cameron, Hailey Mawer

D 0573A: Tap Group, Own Choice, 12 Years & Under For Small Groups

6:25 PM

D 0903: Hip Hop Duo, Own Choice, 12 Years & Under

_____ 1. Clap Your Hands

_____ 1. Roanna Davison, Gunnar Tannas

_____ 2. Sally Walker

_____ 2. Annika Laluk, Johnathon Vlok

_____ 3. King of New York

D 0903V: Hip Hop Duo, Own Choice, 12 Years & Under

_____ 4. A Little Party Never Killed Nobody

_____ 1. Alyx Delaloye, Cianna Larsen

D 0563V: Tap Trio, Own Choice, 12 Years & Under

D 0904: Hip Hop Duo, Own Choice, 14 Years & Under

_____ 1. World On a String

_____ 1. Ashlyn Moszynski, Valeriya Boiko

BREAK FOR ADJUDICATION ( subject to change)

_____ 2. Sophie Werbowski, Payton Daciuk

D 0905: Hip Hop Duo, Own Choice, 16 Years & Under

_____ 1. Abby Simard, Kaya Ritchot

_____ 2. Brody Burr, Carson Burr

CONTACT INFORMATION DURING FESTIVAL:

In case of a cancellation during the Festival, please text

204– 720-7074 or email brandonfestivalofthearts@gmail.com

_____ 3. JL Canales AJ Canales

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DANCE

Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium

Friday, February 21

Adjudicator: Alia Ruemper

D 0574A: Tap Group, Own Choice,

14 Years & Under For Small Groups

_____ 1. Crave

_____ 2. Haven’t Met You Yet

_____ 3. Dance With Me Tonight

_____ 4. Singin’ in the Rain

_____ 5. Holiday

D 0575A: Tap Group, Own Choice,

16 Years & Under For Small Groups

_____ 1. Bond

_____ 2. Killing Me Softly

_____ 3. Small Group

_____ 4. Make Way

_____ 5. U Can’t Touch This

BREAK FOR ADJUDICATION ( subject to change)

D 0572B: Tap Group, Own Choice,

10 Years & Under For Large Groups

_____ 1. Clap

D 0573B: Tap Group, Own Choice, 12 Years & Under For Large Groups

_____ 1. Trouble

_____ 2. It’s Party Time

_____ 3. Man With a Hex

_____ 4. We’re Not Gonna Take It

D 0575B: Tap Group, Own Choice, 16 Years & Under For Large Groups

_____ 1. Honey

_____ 2. Dancin’ Fool

_____ 3. The Upside Down

_____ 4. Hallelujah I Love Her So

BREAK FOR ADJUDICATION ( subject to change)

6:45 PM

7:10 PM

7:30 PM

D 0572C: Tap Group, Own Choice,

8: 10 PM

10 Years & Under For Line Groups

_____ 1. Word Up

D 0573C: Tap Group, Own Choice, 12 Years & Under For Line Groups

_____ 1. I Won’t Dance

D 0574C: Tap Group, Own Choice, 14 Years & Under For Line Groups

_____ 1. Adventure

D 0573C: Tap Group, Own Choice, 12 Years & Under For Line Groups

_____ 1. 42nd Street

D 0574C: Tap Group, Own Choice, 14 Years & Under For Line Groups

_____ 1. Gatsby

D 0575C: Tap Group, Own Choice, 16 Years & Under For Line Groups 8:40 PM

_____ 1. Get Happy

ADJUDICATION

From Dance-Marking Rules & Regulations Page 5 :

4. The adjudicator is responsible for all decisions regarding award allocation.

5. Performances to be included in the Dance Showcase will be Adjudicators’ Choice.

6. Awards & Dance Showcase recommendations do not necessarily reflect the highest

marks given.

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JUNIOR AND INTERMEDIATE PIANO

Knox United Church (451-18 th Street)

Monday, February 24

Adjudicator: Kimberley Sundell

Classes marked N are non-competitive; all others are competitive.

K 2001: Piano Solo, Beginner, Own Choice, 6 Years & Under 9:00 AM

_____ 1. Zongen Li

To Fly Like an Eagle - Anne Crosby Gaudet

K 2002: Piano Solo, Beginner, Own Choice, 7 And 8 Years

_____ 1. Jaxon Szteina

Knights in Armour - Christopher Norton

_____ 2. Madelyn Oldcorn

The Calico Cat - Helen Marlais

_____ 3. Adeline Galinski

The Swing - Chee-Hwa Tan

_____ 4. Garrett Rystephanick

The Juggler - Nancy and Randall Faber

_____ 5. Gabriella Winters

Pop! Goes the Weasel - Nancy and Randall Faber

_____ 6. Avie Wilson

Foggy Beach - Stephen Chatman

_____ 7. Elliott Steckler

A 16th-Century March - Willard A. Palmer and Amanda Vick Lethco

_____ 8. Justin McLachlan

The Calico Cat - Helen Marlais

_____ 9. Audrey Metruk

Marching Ants - Teresa Richert

_____ 10. Isaac Wilts

Copy Cat - Nancy and Randall Faber

_____ 11. Sam Klassen

Star Wars (main theme) - John Williams, arr. Nancy and Randall Faber

_____ 12. Liam Richard

The Calico Cat - Helen Marlais

_____ 13. Yegor Zvieriev

Workout in Space - James Bastien

_____ 14. Damilola Afolabi

Sherlock Holmes - Mike Schoenmehl

_____ 15. Kensley Wilson

Shepherd’s Song (Sixth Symphony) - L. van Beethoven, arr. Nancy

and Randall Faber

_____ 16. Lachlan Champagne

The Popcorn Man - Palmer, Manus & Lethco

_____ 17. Evelyn Stitt

Chimes - Paul Sheftel

K 2003: Piano Solo, Beginner, Own Choice, 9 And 10 Years

11:00 AM

_____ 1. Grady Sanko

Duke of York Strut - Traditional, arr. Nancy and Randall Faber

_____ 2. Sienna Mercure

Chinese Painting - Nancy and Randall Faber

_____ 3. Ming Han

Für Elise - L. van Beethoven, arr. Nancy and Randall Faber

_____ 4. Kylie Frohwerk

Canoeing in the Moonlight - Nancy and Randall Faber

_____ 5. Jacquie Kim

The Crawling Spider - Nancy and Randall Faber

_____ 6. Avery Lyle

Robots Marching - Jane Smisor Bastien

_____ 7. Macy Metruk

The Tired Turtle Express - Christine Donkin

_____ 8. Sierra Luhowy

A Skating Waltz - Boris Berlin

_____ 9. Eleanore Wilts

Teasing - Pierre Gallant

_____ 10. James McDermid

Sneaky Sam - Melody Bober

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JUNIOR AND INTERMEDIATE PIANO

Knox United Church (451-18 th Street)

Monday, February 24

Adjudicator: Kimberley Sundell

Classes marked N are non-competitive; all others are competitive.

K 2004: Piano Solo, Beginner, Own Choice, Open

1:30 PM

_____ 1. Yegor Zvieriev

The Tired Turtle Express - Christine Donkin

_____ 2. Cody Johnson

Greensleeves - Nancy and Randall Faber

_____ 3. Melodie MacLeod

Jazz Blast - Nancy and Randall Faber

_____ 4. Sophie Henderson

'O Sole Mio! - Edoardo di Capua

_____ 5. Saphiya DeVlieger

The Entertainer - Scott Joplin arr. by Nancy and Randall Faber

_____ 6. Autumn Neufeld

Sleeping Beauty Waltz - Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky,

arr. Nancy and Randall Faber

K 2005: Piano Solo, Canadian Composers, Beginner

1:55 PM

_____ 1. Madelyn Oldcorn

Starfish at Night - Anne Crosby Gaudet

_____ 2. Adeline Galinski

Tango Very Much - Wes Froese

_____ 3. Jacquie Kim

Squirrels - Linda Niamath

_____ 4. Eleanore Wilts

Balloons - Linda Niamath

_____ 5. Drake Heintz

To Fly Like An Eagle - Anne Crosby Gaudet

_____ 6. Yegor Zvieriev

New Shoes - Linda Niamath

_____ 7. Damilola Afolabi

The Marching Trumpets - Boris Berlin

_____ 8. Evelyn Stitt

The Rising Sun - Nancy Telfer

_____ 9. Macy Metruk

New Shoes - Linda Niamath

_____ 10. Sierra Luhowy

The Tired Turtle Express - Christine Donkin

K 2007: Piano Solo, Own Choice, Beginner

_____ 1. Elliott Steckler

Chimes - Paul Sheftel

_____ 2. Kylie Frohwerk

Für Elise - L. van Beethoven

_____ 3. Ming Han

The Milky Way - Nancy and Randall Faber

_____ 4. Avery Lyle

Minuet and Trio - Willard A. Palmer,

Morton Manus and Amanda Vick Lethco

_____ 5. Sophie Henderson

Club Jazz - Nancy and Randall Faber

_____ 6. Isaac Wilts

Showboat - Nancy and Randall Faber

_____ 7. Cody Johnson

Snake Dance - Nancy and Randall Faber

_____ 8. Yegor Zvieriev

The Hen - Nikolai Ljubarski

_____ 9. James McDermid

Cool Groove - Edwin McLean

K 2051: Piano Solo, Baroque Composers, Grade/Level 1

_____ 1Abigail Chandler

Minuet in D Major - Jeremiah Clarke

2:50 PM

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K 2321: Piano Solo, Study/Étude, Grade/Level 6

_____ 1. Alyssa Newitt

_____ 2. Marie Bartolome

_____ 3. Mae Bartolome

Allegro in F Major - Johann Nepomuk Hummel

Étude in C Major, op. 24, no.10 - Giussepe Concone

Solfeggio in D Major - J.C.F. Bach

K 2422: Piano Solo, Study/Étude, Grade/Level 8

_____ 1. Joseph Gravelle

_____ 2. Renee Ferguson

Disco-Visit - Mike Schoenmehl

In the Evening, op. 88 no. 2 - Heinrich Hofmann

K 2652: Piano Solo, Baroque Composers, Adult

_____ 1. Esther McAuley

Prelude and Fugue in F Minor - J.S. Bach

JUNIOR AND INTERMEDIATE PIANO

Knox United Church (451-18 th Street)

Monday, February 24

Adjudicator: Kimberley Sundell

Classes marked N are non-competitive; all others are competitive.

7:00 PM

K 2654: Piano Solo, Romantic Composers, Adult

_____ 1. Linda Cox

Nocturne in E Minor op. posth.72, no.1 - Frédéric Chopin

_____ 1. Esther McAuley

Intermezzo, op. 116 no. 6 - Johannes Brahms

8:25 PM

K 2656: Piano Solo, Sonata, Adult K 2656: Piano Solo, Sonata, Adult

_____ 1. Linda Cox

Sonata in E flat Major, 1st movement - W.A. Mozart

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JUNIOR AND INTERMEDIATE PIANO

Knox United Church (451-18 th Street)

Tuesday, February 25

Adjudicator: Kimberley Sundell

Classes marked N are non-competitive; all others are competitive.

K 2052: Piano Solo, Classical Composers, Grade/Level 1

9:00 AM

_____ 1. Yitong Jing

Burlesque in G Major - Anonymous

_____ 2. Kaitlyn Couckuyt

Aria in F Major - Johann Christian Bach

_____ 3. Emery Zihao Ji

Minuet in F Major, K2 - W.A. Mozart

_____ 4. Ethan Zihan Ji

Allegro in B flat Major, K3 - W.A. Mozart

_____ 5. Curtis Splett

Écossaise in E flat Major, WoO 86 - L. van Beethoven

_____ 6. Hope Winters

Sonatina, op. 36, no. 3, 2nd movement - Muzio Clementi

_____ 7. Linze Li

German Dance in D Major,Hob.Ix:22,no.2 - Franz Joseph Haydn

_____ 8. Anran He

Minuet in C, K. 6 - W. A. Mozart

_____ 9. Kristy Qi

Minuet in E - Franz Joseph Haydn

_____ 10. Olivia Chambers

German Dance in D Major - Franz Joseph Haydn

K 2053: Piano Solo, 20th/21st Century Composers, Grade/Level 1 10:00 AM

_____ 1. Emery Zihao Ji

Waltz, op.39, no.13 - Dmitri Kabalevsky

_____ 2. Rose Hall-Platz

A Starry Night - Italo Taranta

_____ 3. Curtis Splett

Song of the Dark Woods - Elie Siegmeister

_____ 4. Claire Loeppky

Song of the Dark Woods - Elie Siegmeister

_____ 5. Anran He

On the Ocean Floor - Hansi Alt

_____ 6. Linze Li

Blinky the Robot - David Carr Glover

_____ 7. Addison Henwood

The Bronze Bear - Yvonne Adair

_____ 8. Olivia Chambers

Lost - Elissa Milne

_____ 9. Maisie Champagne

Thumbelina (Sketches from Hans Christian Andersen) - Yvonne Adair

_____ 10. Ziwen Bi

Blinky the Robot - David Carr Glover

K 2057: Piano Solo, Own Choice, Grade/Level 1

11:00 AM

_____ 1. Emery Strachan

Chant Arabe - Anonymous

_____ 2. Avie Wilson

Allegro - Shinichi Suzuki

_____ 3. Grace Godfrey

Robin Hood - Helen Marlais

_____ 4. Chenghan Li

Christmas-Day Secrets - Theodora Dutton

_____ 5. Olivia Chambers

Red Satin Jazz - Martha Mier

_____ 6. Sahasra Tatineni

Dream Journey - Christine Donkin

K 2057N: Piano Solo, Own Choice, Grade/Level 1

1. Aimee Tan

Mussette - Anonymous

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JUNIOR AND INTERMEDIATE PIANO

Knox United Church (451-18 th Street)

Tuesday, February 25

Adjudicator: Kimberley Sundell

K 2054: Piano Solo, Canadian Composers, Grade/Level 1

1:30 PM

_____ 1. Yitong Jing

The Snake - Renée Christopher

_____ 2. Rose Hall-Platz

Angelfish - Anne Crosby Gaudet

_____ 3. Hope Winters

March of the Terrible Trolls - Linda Niamath

_____ 4. Josephine Liu

Angelfish - Anne Crosby Gaudet

_____ 5. Anran He

A Train Trip with Daddy - Remi Bouchard

_____ 6. Jui Kawthekar

Playful Puppy - Linda Niamath

_____ 7. Maisie Champagne

Kites - Linda Niamath

_____ 8. Sahasra Tatineni

Blue Whales - Janet Gieck

_____ 9. Ziwen Bi

Robots - Anne Crosby Gaudet

_____ 10. Emma Boychuk

Mist - Clifford Poole

_____ 11. Abigail Chandler

Spooks - Clifford Poole

_____ 12. Kristy Qi

Mist - Clifford Poole

K 2055: Piano Solo, Study/Étude, Grade/Level 1

2:40 PM

_____ 1. Emma Boychuk

Snake Charmer - Jon Paul George

_____ 2. Claire Loeppky

Étude no.11 A Swinging Leprechaun - Mike Schoenmehl

_____ 3. Lily MacLeod

Far Away - Teresa Richert

K 2101: Piano Solo, Baroque Composers, Grade/Level 2

_____ 1. Calista McLachlan

Menuet en rondeau - Jean-Philippe Rameau

_____ 2. Reneigh Dueck

Impertinence HWV 494 - George Frideric Handel

_____ 3. Jazlynn Birmingham

Menuet en Rondeau - Jean-Philippe Rameau

K 2102: Piano Solo, Classical Composers, Grade/Level 2

_____ 1. Saira Thomas

Menuetto in C Major - W.A. Mozart

_____ 2. Ethan Zihan Ji

Écossaise in G Major, WoO 23 - L. van Beethoven

_____ 3. Cindy Song

Menuetto in C Major - W.A. Mozart

_____ 4. Yi Heng

Écossaise in C Major - J.N Hummel

3:10 PM

3:30 PM

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K 2763: Two Pianos, Eight Hands, Own Choice,

Grades/Levels 7– Honours

_____ 1. Wynonnah Manzano, Anne Gravelle, Aaron Cox & Nazar Galinski

Rush Hour - Kevin Olson

_____ 2. Alyssa Newitt, Lauren Gustafson, Melina Kwak & Sophie Hall-Platz

Gorge Creek Trail - Janet Gieck

K 2762: Two Pianos, Eight Hands, Own Choice, Grades/Levels 4 – 6

_____ 1. Zoe Redekop, Gracie Blatherwick, Bella Penner & Ariana Elizalde

In the Hall of the Mountain King - Edvard Grieg, arr. Ruthardt

K 2709: Piano Duet, Own Choice, Multi-generational

_____ 1. Lily MacLeod, Nicole Loeppky

Miniature Sonatina, 1st and 2nd movements, adapted

- Joseph Kuffner

_____ 2. Audrey Metruk, Nicole Loeppky

Popping Popcorn - Helen Marlais

_____ 3. Kamryn Tannas, Nicole Loeppky

Lean on Me - Bill Withers, arr. Nancy and Randall Faber

_____ 4. Emily White, Nicole Loeppky

Oh, What a Beautiful Morning! - Oscar Hammerstein II,

arr. Nancy and Randall Faber

_____ 5. Brooklyn Johnson, Nicole Loeppky

Comin’ Round the Mountain - Jane Smisor Bastien

K 2701: Piano Duet, Own Choice, Beginner

_____ 1. Calista McLachlan, Justin McLachlan

Grades/Levels 1 – 2

Haunted House - C. Kemp

_____ 1. Eva Lam, Claire Loeppky

From The Highlands - Joan Last

K 2704: Piano Duet, Own Choice, Grades/Levels 5 – 6

_____ 1. Logan Kyle, Evan Terin

March - P.I. Tchaikovsky

JUNIOR AND INTERMEDIATE PIANO

Lorne Watson Recital Hall, School of Music, Brandon University

Wednesday, February 26

Adjudicator: Kimberley Sundell

K 2702: Piano Duet, Own Choice,

Classes marked N are non-competitive; all others are competitive.

9:00 AM

9:30 AM

10:15 AM

K 2705: Piano Duet, Own Choice, Grades/Levels 7 – 8

_____ 1. Kaitlyn Nicholson, Heidi Cowie

Vancouver Via Rail - Janet Gieck

PK 2406: Piano Solo, Romantic Composers, Grade/Level 8 (i)

_____ 1. Naemi Ens

_____ 2. Melina Kwak

_____ 3. Breanna Shin

Reiterstück - Robert Schumann

Waltz, op. 69, no. 1 - Frédéric Chopin

Moment Musical op.94, no.3 - Franz Schubert

PK 2407: Piano Solo, 20th/21st Century Composers, Grade/Level 8 (i)

_____ 1. Faith Kasprick

_____ 2. Kaitlyn Nicholson

_____ 3. Caleb Raes

_____ 4. Naemi Ens

Shooting Stars in Summer - Naoko Ikeda

Shooting Stars in Summer - Naoko Ikeda

Gigue - Robert Barclay

Far Away Friend - Mike Springer

PK 2409: Piano Solo, French Composers, Grade/Level 8 (i)

_____ 1. Caleb Raes

_____ 2. Melina Kwak

Little Litanies of Jesus - Gabriel Grovlez

Prélude - Maurice Ravel

10:40 AM

11:30 AM

12:00 PM

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JUNIOR AND INTERMEDIATE PIANO

Knox United Church (451-18 th Street)

Wednesday, February 26

Adjudicator: Kimberley Sundell

Classes marked N are non-competitive; all others are competitive.

K 2103N: Piano Solo, 20th/21st Century Composers, Grade/Level 2

1. Darwin Chen

I Spy - Melody Bober

K 2103: Piano Solo, 20th/21st Century Composers, Grade/Level 2

_____ 1. Xinhao Wang

_____ 2. Quinlan Richard

_____ 3. Saira Thomas

_____ 4. Yi Heng

_____ 5. Liam Copeland

_____ 6. Faith Whetter

_____ 7. Reneigh Dueck

Turkish Bazaar - Mark Mrozinski

I Spy - Melody Bober

The Sparkling Brook - Margaret Goldston

Rag Time - Christopher Norton

I Spy - Melody Bober

Atacama Desert - Wynn-Anne Rossi

I Spy - Melody Bober

_____ 8. Siddharth Tatineni

_____ 9. Quinn Bessette

Atacama Desert - Wynn-Anne Rossi

Atacama Desert - Wynn-Anne Rossi

_____ 10. Jazlynn Birmingham

Turkish Bazaar - Mark Mrozinski

FESTIVAL ENCORE CONCERT

Sunday, March 8, 1:00 PM

Lorne Watson Recital Hall

School of Music, Brandon University

1:30 PM

K 2104N: Piano Solo, Canadian Composers, Grade/Level 2

2:30 PM

1. Yitong Jing

The Silent Moon - Nancy Telfer

K 2104: Piano Solo, Canadian Composers, Grade/Level 2

_____ 2. Adeline Hehn

Olde Tyme Candy Shoppe - Janet Gieck

_____ 3. Jazlynn Birmingham

The Waltz That Floated Away - D.L. McIntyre

K 2105: Piano Solo, Study/Étude, Grade/Level 2

3:00 PM

_____ 1. Siddharth Tatineni

The Highlands - Christopher Norton

_____ 2. Cindy Song

Étude in D Minor, op. 82 no. 65 - Cornelius Gurlitt

_____ 3. XinhaoWang

The Wind - Chee-Hwa Tan

PK 2151: Piano Solo, Baroque Composers, Grade/Level 3 (p)

_____ 1. Fiona Wilson

Harlequinade - J.L. Krebs

_____ 2. Kerui Bao

Gavotte in G Major - G.F. Handel

_____ 3. Chloe Lourenco

Musette in D Major - J.S. Bach

_____ 4. Anna Ramsey

Gigue à l’angloise - G.P. Telemann

_____ 5. Justin Afolabi

Musette - J.S Bach

_____ 6. Ashley Henwood

Gavotte in G Major - G.F. Handel

_____ 7. Brooklyn Stitt

Gavotte in G Major - G.F. Handel

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JUNIOR AND INTERMEDIATE PIANO

Knox United Church (451-18 th Street)

Wednesday, February 26

Adjudicator: Kimberley Sundell

Classes marked N are non-competitive; all others are competitive.

PK 2154: Piano Solo, 20th/21st Century Composers,

Grade/Level 3 (p)

_____ 1. Samuel Redekop

Picnic 1920 - Mike Schoenmehl

_____ 2. Ruoke Yang

Clowns, op.39, no.20 - Dmitri Kabalevsky

_____ 3. Anna Ramsey

A Little Piece - Alexander Gedike

_____ 4. Justin Afolabi

Holiday Parade - Rhonda Bennett

_____ 5. Brooklyn Stitt

Picnic 1920 - Mike Schoenmehl

_____ 6. Ashley Henwood

The Song of Twilight - Yoshinao Nakada

PK 2152: Piano Solo, Classical Composers, Grade/Level 3 (p)

_____ 1. Chloe Lourenco

Minuet - Leopold Mozart

7:00 PM

7:45 PM

PK 2155: Piano Solo, Sonata, Grade/Level 3 (p)

_____ 1. Kerui Bao

Sonatina in F Major, op. 257 no. 2, 4th movement

- Théodore Lack

_____ 2. Brooklyn Stitt

Sonatina in F Major - Théodore Lack

_____ 3. Darwin Chen

Sonatina in G Major, 1st movement - Thomas Attwood

_____ 4. Ruoke Yang

Sonatina in C Major, op. 36 no. 1, 1st movement

- Muzio Clementi

_____ 5. Samuel Redekop

Sonatina in C Major - Muzio Clementi

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PK 2201: Piano Solo, Baroque Composers, Grade/Level 4 (p)

_____ 1. Ariana Elizalde

Minuet in G Major BWV Anh. 116 - J.S. Bach

_____ 2. Gracie Blatherwick

_____ 3. Andrew Badea

March in D Major - C.P.E. Bach

Aria - Domenico Scarlatti

_____ 4. Marayna Kurchaba

Minuet in D Minor - J.H. Buttstett

PK 2203: Piano Solo, Romantic Composers, Grade/Level 4 (p)

_____ 1. Claira Stitt

_____ 2. Andrew Badea

_____ 3. Ariana Elizalde

Old French Song op.39, no.16 - P.I. Tchaikovsky

Old French Song op.39, no.16 - P.I. Tchaikovsky

Ballade - Friedrich Burgmüller

PK 2204: Piano Solo, 20th/21st Century Composers, Grade/Level 4

_____ 1. Gracie Blatherwick

_____ 2. Claira Stitt

A Sad Story - Dmitri Kabalevsky

Foggy Day Blues - Mike Springer

PK 2251: Piano Solo, Baroque Composers, Grade/Level 5 (j)

_____ 1. Adriana Hoskin

_____ 2. Kyrylo Varakin

Gavotte With Two Variations - Johann Pachelbel

Minuet in G Minor - J.S. Bach

JUNIOR AND INTERMEDIATE PIANO

Knox United Church (451-18 th Street)

Thursday, February 27

Adjudicator: Kimberley Sundell

Classes marked N are non-competitive; all others are competitive.

9:00 AM

9:30 AM

10:00 AM

PK 2254: Piano Solo, 20th/21st Century Composers, Grade/Level 5 (j)

_____ 1. Zoe Redekop

_____ 2. Nazar Galinski

_____ 3. Isabella Penner

Black Swan - George Fiala

Scamp - Christopher Norton

No Worries - Elissa Milne

K 2271: Piano Solo, Study/Étude, Grade/Level 5

_____ 1. Kyrylo Varakin

Sweet Sorrow - J.F. Burgmüller

K 2273: Piano Solo, Own Choice, Grade/Level 5

_____ 1. Nazar Galinski

Sonatina in A Minor, 2nd and 3rd movements - Cornelius Gurlitt

11:00 AM

11:30 AM

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PK 2255: Piano Solo, Sonata, Grade/Level 5 (j)

_____ 1. Nazar Galinski

_____ 2. Kyrylo Varakin

_____ 3. Zoe Redekop

_____ 4. Isabella Penner

Sonata in D Minor - Scarlatti Domenico

Sonatina F Major - L. van Beethoven

Sonatina in C Major op. 55, no.1, 2nd movement - Friedrich Kuhlau

Sonatina in F Major, 1st movement - L. van Beethoven

CONTACT INFORMATION DURING FESTIVAL:

In case of a cancellation during the Festival, please text

204-720-7074 or email brandonfestivalofthearts@gmail.com

1:30 PM

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JUNIOR AND INTERMEDIATE PIANO

Knox United Church (451-18 th Street)

Thursday, February 27

Adjudicator: Kimberley Sundell

Classes marked N are non-competitive; all others are competitive.

PK 2301: Piano Solo, Baroque Composers, Grade/Level 6 (j)

_____ 1. Lauren Gustafson

Sarabande and Variations - G.F. Handel

_____ 2. Alyssa Newitt

Sarabande in D Minor - G.F. Handel

_____ 3. Owen Raes

Courante - G.F. Handel

_____ 4. Marie Bartolome

Burlesca in D Major - J.L. Krebs

_____ 5. Mae Bartolome

Minuet in G Minor - G.H. Stölzel

PK 2304: Piano Solo, 20th/21st Century Composers, Grade/Level 6 (j)

_____ 1. Lauren Gustafson

Mother Earth, Sister Moon - Carol Klose

_____ 2. Chengze Li

Mic and Mac - A.N. Tcherepnin

2:10 PM

3:10 PM

PK 2305: Piano Solo, Sonata, Grade/Level 6 (j)

_____ 1. Owen Raes

Sonatina in D Major, op. 12, no. 1, 1st movement - James Hook

_____ 2. Alyssa Newitt

Sonatina, op. 88, no. 2, 1st movement - Friedrich Kuhlau

K 2323: Piano Solo, Own Choice, Grade/Level 6

_____ 1. Rachel McCausland

Tonnerre sur les plaines - Jennifer Linn

_____ 1. Owen Raes

Winter Scene - Boris Berlin

4:00 PM

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JUNIOR AND INTERMEDIATE PIANO

Knox United Church (451-18 th Street)

Friday, February 28

Adjudicator: Kimberley Sundell

Classes marked N are non-competitive; all others are competitive.

PK 2351: Piano Solo, Baroque Composers, Grade/Level 7 (i)

_____ 1. Bella Weatherby-White

Invention no.8 in F Major BWV 779 - J.S. Bach

9:00 AM

PK 2401: Piano Solo, Baroque Composers, Grade/Level 8 (i)

_____ 1. Kaitlyn Nicholson

Solfeggio in C Minor Wq 117/2, H 220 - C.P.E Bach

1:30 PM

PK 2352: Piano Solo, Baroque Sonata, Grade/Level 7 (i)

_____ 1. Aaron Cox

Sonata in C Major, op. 1, no. 2, 2nd movement

- G.B. Platti

_____ 2. Naemi Ens

Little Prelude in E Major BWV 937 - J.S. Bach

_____ 3. Renee Ferguson

Gigue in D Major - J.L. Krebs

PK 2353: Piano Solo, Classical Composers, Grade/Level 7

_____ 1. Yulianna Prytsyuk

Für Elise - L. van Beethoven

9:30 AM

PK 2402: Piano Solo, Baroque Sonata, Grade/Level 8 (i)

_____ 1. Faith Kasprick

Sonata in D Major, op. 1, no. 4 - Baldassare Galuppi

2:10 PM

_____ 2. Bella Weatherby-White

Für Elise - L. van Beethoven

PK 2403: Piano Solo, Baroque, J.S. Bach, Grade/Level 8 (i)

_____ 1. Caleb Raes

PK 2354: Piano Solo, Classical Sonata, Grade/Level 7 (i)

10:00 AM

Invention no. 4 - J.S. Bach

_____ 1. Sophie Hall-Platz

Viennese Sonatina in A Major, 1st movement

- W.A. Mozart

_____ 2. Aaron Cox

Sonatina in C Major, op. 88, no. 1, 1st movement

- Friedrich Kuhlau

PK 2355: Piano Solo, Romantic Composers, Grade/Level 7 (i)

_____ 1. Leo Liu

Polonaise in G Minor op. posth., B1 - Frédéric Chopin

_____ 2. Yulianna Prytsyuk

Consolation, op. 30, no. 3 - Felix Mendelssohn

_____ 3. Sophie Hall-Platz

Prelude in E Minor, op. 28, no. 4 - Frédéric Chopin

PK 2356: Piano Solo, 20th/21st Century Composers, Grade/Level 7 (i)

_____ 1. Sophie Hall-Platz

10:45 AM

11:25 AM

PK 2404: Piano Solo, Classical Composers, Grade/Level 8 (i)

_____ 1. Kaitlyn Nicholson

Six Variations on a Swiss Folk Song Wo0 64

- L. van Beethoven

PK 2405: Piano Solo, Classical Sonata, Grade/Level 8 (i)

_____ 1. Faith Kasprick

Sonatina in A Major, op. 59, no. 1, 2nd movement

- Freidrich Kuhlau

K 2222: Piano Solo, Popular, Grade/Level 4

_____1. Noah Baraniuk

Star Wars (Main Theme) - John Williams

K 2322: Piano Solo, Popular, Grade/Level 6

_____ 1. Lauren Gustafson

Seasons of Love - Jonathan Larson, arr. Glenda Austin

2:40 PM

3:10 PM

Moonlight Mood - William Gillock

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K 2423: Piano Solo, Popular, Grade/Level 8

_____ 1. Joseph Gravelle

Viva la Vida - Berryman, Buckland, Champion & Martin

PK-C 2156: Piano Solo, Canadian Composers, Grade/Level 3 (p)

_____ 1. Abby Bakan

_____ 2. Justin Afolabi

Spain - Clifford Poole

_____ 3. Chloe Lourenco

_____ 4. Fiona Wilson

Witches and Wizards - Christin Donkin

Oh! Otters! - Ken Nichols

Funny Puppy - Anne Crosby Gaudet

K 2424: Piano Solo, Own Choice, Grade/Level 8

_____ 1. Caleb Raes

Carangueijo (The Crab) - Heitor Villa-Lobos

JUNIOR AND INTERMEDIATE PIANO

Knox United Church (451-18 th Street)

Friday, February 28

Adjudicator: Kimberley Sundell

Classes marked N are non-competitive; all others are competitive.

3:40 PM

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PK-C 2206: Piano Solo, Canadian Composers, Grade/Level 4 (p)

_____ 1. Andrew Badea

Jazzberry Jump - Stephen Chatman

_____ 2. Marayna Kurchaba

_____ 3. Ariana Elizalde

_____ 4. Claira Stitt

Dreamcatcher - Anne Crosby Gaudet

Dancing in the Stars - Beverly Porter

Dreamcatcher - Anne Crosby Gaudet

7:00 PM

_____ 3. Isabella Penner

_____ 4. Adriana Hoskin

A Cool Conversation - Janet Gieck

A Conversation - Janet Gieck

_____ 5. Rachel McCausland

Study for a Tired Left Hand - Rémi Bouchard

PK-C 2306: Piano Solo, Canadian Composers, Grade/Level 6 (j)

_____ 1. Chengze Li

_____ 2. Lauren Gustafson

_____ 3. Alyssa Newitt

_____ 4. Owen Raes

Crystal Castle - Nancy Telfer

Whatever - Janet Gieck

Prelude no.2 - Srul Irving Glick

Douglas Firs - Stephen Chatman

PK-C 2358: Piano Solo, Canadian Composers, Grade/Level 7 (i)

_____ 1. Yulianna Prytsyuk

_____ 2. Aaron Cox

Nocturne - Clifford Poole

Tickled Pink - David L. McIntyre

PK-C 2410: Piano Solo, Canadian Composers, Grade/Level 8 (i)

_____ 1. Melina Kwak

_____ 2. Renee Ferguson

Crazy Clock - Robert Fleming

Rings of Saturn - Alexina Louie

8:15 PM

8:50 PM

PK-C 2256: Piano Solo, Canadian Composers, Grade/Level 5 (j)

_____ 1. Zoe Redekop

Rustic Dance - Rhené Jaque

_____ 2. Kyrylo Varakin

Mochou Lake - Ken Nichols

7:40 PM

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NK 2: National Piano Solo Class, Diploma/Honours (n)

1. Qiuhan Wang

Concerto no.1 in E-flat Major 1st and 2nd movements

- Franz Liszt

2. Shantelle Mayo

Concerto op. 10, no. 1, 1st movement - Sergei Prokofiev

3. Sabina Rzazade

Concerto no.3, 1st movement - Sergei Prokofiev

SENIOR PIANO

Lorne Watson Recital Hall, School of Music, Brandon University

Thursday, February 27

Adjudicator: Shirley Elias

Classes marked N are non-competitive; all others are competitive.

9:00 AM

PK 2555: Piano Solo, Classical Sonata, Diploma (s) 11:00

AM

_____ 1. Raven Mckenzie

_____ 2. David Naylor

Sonata no. 23 in F Minor, op. 57, 2nd and 3rd movements

- L. van Beethoven

Sonata in E Minor, op. 90 - L. van Beethoven

PK 2557: Piano Solo, 20th/21st Century Composers, Diploma (s)

_____ 1. Qiuhan Wang

Black Earth - Fazil Say

K 2571: Piano Solo, Concerto, Diploma

_____ 1. David Yu

Piano concerto 19 K 459 in F major 1st movement

- W.A. Mozart

10:00 AM

PK 2560: Piano Solo, Concert Étude, Diploma (s)

_____ 1. David Yu

Étude op. 10, no. 4 in C sharp Minor - Frédéric Chopin

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PK 2452: Piano Solo, Baroque Sonata, Grade/Level 9 (a)

_____ 1. Bryce Friesen

Sonata in A Major, K 209 - Domenico Scarlatti

PK 2453: Piano Solo, Baroque, J.S. Bach, Grade/Level 9 (a)

_____ 1. Gavin Raes

Sinfonia no. 15 - J.S. Bach

PK 2451, Piano Solo, Baroque Composers, Grade 9

_____ 1. Jonah Jarvis

Prelude and Fugue in C Minor BWV 847 - J.S. Bach

PK 2454: Piano Solo, Classical Composers, Grade/Level 9 (a)

_____ 1. Breanna Shin

_____ 2. Tairan He

Fantasia in D Minor K 397 (385g) - W.A. Mozart

Keyboard Sonata in C Minor, Wq. 48/4, H. 27, - C.P.E Bach

PK 2455: Piano Solo, Classical Sonata, Grade/Level 9 (a)

_____ 1. Jonah Jarvis

Sonata in G Major, K283 (189h), 1st movement

- W.A. Mozart

_____ 2. Breanna Shin

_____ 3. Bryce Friesen

Sonata in G major K 283 (189h) - W.A. Mozart

Sonata in F Major, Hob. XIV:23, 1st Movement - F. J. Haydn

SENIOR PIANO

St. Matthew’s Cathedral (403-13 th Street)

Thursday, February 27

Adjudicator: Shirley Elias

Classes marked N are non-competitive; all others are competitive.

1:30 PM

2:15 PM

2:45 PM

PK 2456: Piano Solo, Romantic Composers, Grade/Level 9 (a)

_____ 1. Tairan He

_____ 2. Meagan Bugera

_____ 3. Heidi Cowie

_____ 4. Bryce Friesen

_____ 5. Breanna Shin

Valse op.64 no.2 - Frédéric Chopin

Nocturne in G Minor, op. 37, no. 1 - Frédéric Chopin

Nocturne op.72, no.1 - Frédéric Chopin

Moment Musical, op.94, no. 3 - Franz Schubert

Moment Musical, op.94, no.3 - Franz Schubert

PK 2551: Piano Solo, Baroque Composers, Diploma (s)

_____ 1. Jia Zhang

Partita II in C Minor, BWV826, Sinfonie - J.S. Bach

3:30 PM

4:15 PM

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PK 2507: Piano Solo, 20th/21st Century Composers, Grade/Level 10

_____ 1. Yuchen Gu

_____ 2. Madison Kynoch

Old Adam (Two Step) - William Bolcom

Twenty-four Preludes op. 11 Prelude no. 4 and no. 6

- Alexander Scriabin

PK 2509: Piano Solo, French Composers, Grade/Level 10 (a)

_____ 1. Hailey Anderson

Clair de lune - Claude Debussy

PK 2556: Piano Solo, Romantic Composers, Diploma (s)

_____ 1. Wilhelm Neufeld

_____ 2. Raven Mckenzie

_____ 3. David Yu

_____ 4. Paige Adam

_____ 5. Shantelle Mayo

_____ 6. David Naylor

Prelude op. 23, no. 6 - Sergei Rachmaninoff

Berceuse in D flat, op. 57 - Frédéric Chopin

Chopin Scherzo op. 31 in B flat Minor - Frédéric Chopin

Années de Pèlerinage I. Sposalizio - Franz Liszt

Polonaise in F sharp Minor op. 44 - Frédéric Chopin

Trois études de concert, no. 3 “Un Sospiro” - Franz Liszt

PK 2551N: Piano Solo, Baroque Composers, Diploma (s)

1. Sarah Ens

Sinfonia and Allemande (Partita no. 2 in C Minor BWV 826)

- J.S. Bach

SENIOR PIANO

St. Matthew’s Cathedral (403-13 th Street)

Friday, February 28

Adjudicator: Shirley Elias

Classes marked N are non-competitive; all others are competitive.

9:00 AM

9:40 AM

10:50 AM

K 2474: Piano Solo, Own Choice, Grade/Level 9

_____ 1. Gavin Raes

Bagatelle op. 5, no, 6 - Alexander Tcherepnin

K 2523: Piano Solo, Own Choice, Grade/Level 10

_____ 1. Beatrice Gatien

Chicken Feed - Christopher Norton

K 2522: Piano Solo, Study/etude, Grade/level 10

_____ 1. Yuchen Gu

Étude in F Major, op. 45, no. 14 - Stephen Heller

K 2572: Piano Solo, Own Choice, Diploma

_____ 1. Paige Adam

_____ 2. Wilhelm Neufeld

Nocturne op. 9, no. 2 - Alexander Scriabine

Variations Serieuses, op. 54 - Felix Mendelssohn

11:15 AM

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PK 2607: Piano Solo, 20th/21st Century Composers, Honours (s)

_____ 1. Shantelle Mayo

Sonata no. 1, 1st and 2nd movements - Alberto Ginastera

PK-C 2460: Piano Solo, Canadian Composers, Grade/Level 9 (a)

_____ 1. Tairan He

_____ 2. Gavin Raes

_____ 3. Heidi Cowie

Stealing a March - David McIntyre

Footloose - M.R. Gardiner

In The Mist We Grow - Janet Gieck

1:30 PM

PK 2601: Piano Solo, Baroque Composers, Honours (s)

_____ 1. Jia Zhang

Variations brillantes in B flat Major op.12

- Frédéric Chopin

PK-C 2510: Piano Solo, Canadian Composers, Grade/Level 10 (a)

_____ 1. Caeden Toth

Watercolour - John Burge

_____ 2. Hailey Anderson

Six Variations on “Land of the Silver Birch” - Pierre Gallant

2:30 PM

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SENIOR PIANO

St. Matthew’s Cathedral (403-13 th Street)

Friday, February 28

Adjudicator: Shirley Elias

Classes marked N are non-competitive; all others are competitive.

SENIOR PIANO

St. Matthew’s Cathedral (403-13 th Street)

Saturday. February 29

Adjudicator: Shirley Elias

Classes marked N are non-competitive; all others are competitive.

PMZ 7703: Multi-discipline W.a. Mozart, Own Choice, Advanced 3:00 PM

_____ 1. Caeden Toth

Sonata in F Major KV 332, Allegro Assai - W.A. Mozart

_____ 2. Beatrice Gatien

Sonata in E flat Major, K282, 1st movement Adagio

- W.A. Mozart

_____ 3. Madison Kynoch

Sonata in F Major K280 (189e) 3rd movement Presto

- W.A. Mozart

K 2524N: Piano Solo, Recital Group, Grade/Level 10

3:45 PM

1. David Yu

Waltz op. 34 no. 1 in A flat Major - Frédéric Chopin

Waltz op. 34 no. 2 in A Minor - Frédéric Chopin

Prelude op. 3 no. 2 in C sharp Minor - Sergei Rachmaninoff

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PK 2457: Piano Solo, 20th/21st Century Composers, Grade/Level 9 (a)

_____ 1. Meagan Bugera

Reverie in F Minor - Dennis Alexander

_____ 2. Tairan He

Fox Dance - Leo Weiner

_____ 3. Gavin Raes

Tribute to Roberto Garcia Morillo - Alberto Ginastera

PK 2459: Piano Solo, French Composers, Grade/Level 9 (a)

_____ 1. Heidi Cowie

Reverie L.68 - Claude Debussy

PK 2501: Piano Solo, Baroque Composers, Grade/Level 10 (a)

_____ 1. Yuchen Gu

French Suite no. 6 in E Major, BWV 817,

1: Allemande, VIII: Gigue - J.S. Bach

PK 2501N: Piano Solo, Baroque Composers, Grade/Level 10 (a)

1. David Yu

Prelude and Fugue BWV 850 in D major - J.S.Bach

9:00 AM

9:35 AM

FESTIVAL ENCORE CONCERT

Sunday, March 8, 1:00 PM

Lorne Watson Recital Hall

School of Music, Brandon University

PK 2505: Piano Solo, Classical Sonata, Grade/Level 10 (a)

10:10 AM

_____ 1. Sarah Ens

Sonata in F Minor op. 2, no. 1, 4th movement - L. van Beethoven

_____ 2. Hailey Anderson

Sonata in C Minor, op. 10, no. 1, 1st movement

- L. van Beethoven

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SENIOR PIANO

St. Matthew’s Cathedral (403-13 th Street)

Saturday, February 29

Adjudicator: Shirley Elias

Classes marked N are non-competitive; all others are competitive.

PK 2506: Piano Solo, Romantic Composers, Grade/Level 10 (a)

_____ 1. Caeden Toth

Cordoba, op.232, no.4 - Isaac Albeniz

_____ 2. Beatrice Gatien

Prelude in C sharp Minor op. 81, no. 10 - Stephen Heller

_____ 3. Madison Kynoch

Nocturne in E Minor op. posth. 72, no.1

- Frédéric Chopin

K 2472: Piano Solo, Study/Étude, Grade/Level 9

_____ 1. Jonah Jarvis

Étude in A Minor, op. 61, no. 13 - Hermann Berens

K 2473: Piano Solo, Popular, Grade/Level 9

_____ 1. Heidi Cowie

Can't Help Falling In Love

- Weiss, Peretti & Creatore, arr. Jon Schmidt

10:45 AM

11:20 AM

COMPETITION FOR WESTERN FINANCIAL GROUP TUDOR BOWL,

DIPLOMA LEVEL

1:30 PM

Western Financial Group Tudor Bowl, Diploma Level

PK 2555 ________________________

K 2572 ________________________

PK 2551 ________________________

PK 2553 _______________________

Time limit 12 minutes

PK 2560________________________

PK 2556 ________________________

PK 2557________________________

The winner of the Western Financial Group Tudor Bowl will be announced at

the conclusion of the afternoon’s competition. The winner will be the final

performer of the evening at Piano Awards Night and will be presented with the

trophy at that time.

____________________________________________________________________

THANK YOU

to the following media outlets and organizations for promotion of

Brandon Festival of the Arts in 2019 and 2020:

-Q Country 91.5/94.7 Star FM

-Brandon Sun

-Brandon School Division

Your support is greatly appreciated!

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PIANO AWARDS NIGHT

St. Matthew’s Cathedral (403-13 th Street)

Saturday, February 29, 7:00 PM

Adjudicators: Shirley Elias and Kimberley Sundell

Scholarship and trophy presentations for Beginner to Grade 4 students will be made following the Grade 8 (Marilyn Nichols Trophy) class, while the remaining

awards will be presented at the conclusion of the evening. Winners who received a mark of 85% or higher in the classes listed below are required to perform the

piece with which they won the class. Winners of multiple classes perform only ONCE.

Denis and Lea Badiou Trophy, Grade 3 Piano

PK 2151 ________________________

PK 2155 __________________________

Eckhardt-Gramatté Conservatory of Music Trophy, Grade 7 Piano

PK 2351 ________________________ PK 2355 _________________________

PK 2152 _______________________

PK 2154 __________________________

PK 2352 ________________________ PK 2356 _________________________

PK-C 2156 ______________________

PK 2353_________________________ PK-C 2358

PK 2354_________________________

_________________________

Helen Pettinger Memorial Trophy, Grade 4 Piano

PK 2201 ________________________ PK 2204________________________

PK 2203 ________________________

PK-C 2206 ________________________

Marilyn Nichols Memorial Trophy, Grade 8 Piano

K 2422 ________________________ PK 2401 ________________________

Mark and Cheryl Cramer Trophy, Grade 5 Piano

K 2271 _________________________

PK 2254 ___________________________

PK 2409 _______________________ PK 2402 ________________________

K 2424 ________________________ PK 2403 ________________________

K 2273 _________________________

PK 2251 ________________________

PK 2255 ___________________________

PK-C 2256 _________________________

PK 2404 _______________________ PK 2405 ________________________

PK 2406 _______________________ PK 2407 ________________________

Brandon University School of Music Trophy, Grade 6 Piano

K 2321 ________________________ PK 2304 ____________________________

K 2323 ________________________ PK 2305 __________________________

PK 2301 ________________________ PK-C 2306 __________________________

PK-C 2410 _____________________

Presentations of scholarships for Beginner - Grade 4 Piano

Presentations of: Joyce and Gerald Harper Trophy

Denis and Lea Badiou Trophy

Helen Pettinger Memorial Trophy

Angèle Muller Memorial Trophy

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PIANO AWARDS NIGHT

St. Matthew’s Cathedral (403-13 th Street)

Saturday, February 29, 7:00 PM

Adjudicators: Shirley Elias and Kimberley Sundell

H.E. Phipps Trophy, Grade 9 Piano

Time limit 10 minutes

PK 2452 ________________________ PK 2453 _________________________

PK 2454 ________________________ PK 2455 _________________________

PK 2456 ________________________ PK 2457 _________________________

PK 2459 ________________________ PK-C 2460 _________________________

K 2472 ________________________ K 2474 _________________________

Tim and Lynn Silversides Trophy, Grade 10 Piano

Time limit 12 minutes

K 2522 ________________________ PK 2506 ________________________

K 2523 ________________________ PK 2507 ________________________

FESTIVAL ENCORE CONCERT

Sunday, March 8, 1:00 PM

Lorne Watson Recital Hall

School of Music, Brandon University

Competition for the Kaye and G.R. Rowe

Memorial Scholarships

One performer from each Festival discipline,

as recommended by the adjudicators

PK 2501 ________________________ PK 2509

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PK 2505 _______________________ PK-C 2510 ________________________

An evening of exceptional performances by

Festival entrants

All welcome!

Performance by the winner of the Western Financial Group Tudor Bowl, Diploma Level

Presentation of Awards for Grade 5 – Honours Piano

BRANDON FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS WEBSITE:

The Board of Brandon Festival of the Arts, Inc. invites you to visit

www.brandonfestivalofthearts.ca to view information about the Festival, including

winners of scholarships and trophies. Please click on the Program Link for daily updates

after 6:30 PM highlighted in yellow.

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STRINGS

Knox United Church (451-18 th Street)

Monday, March 2

Adjudicator: Gabriel Kastelic

Classes marked N are non-competitive; all others are competitive.

S 3001N: Suzuki Violin Solo, Own Choice, Book 1

1. Grace Bakan

Minuet no. 2 - J.S. Bach

S 3002N: Suzuki Violin Solo, Own Choice, Book 2

1. Jillian Hatcher

Hunter’s Chorus - C.M. von Weber

2. Abram Lund

Waltz - Johannes Brahms

S 3003N: Suzuki Violin Solo, Own Choice, Book 3

1. Jai Claire

Gavotte in D Major - J.S.Bach

2. Hermione Claire

Gavotte - John Becker

3. Mila Wilson

Gavotte in D Major - J. S. Bach

9:00 AM

9:30 AM

S 2001N: Suzuki Violin Group, Own Choice, Book 1

10:20 AM

1. Suzuki Violin Group, Book 1, two pieces

S 2002N: Suzuki Violin Group, Own Choice, Book 2

1. Beginning Suzuki Violin Ensemble, Book 2, two pieces

S 2004N: Suzuki Violin Group, Own Choice, Book 4

1. Junior Suzuki Violin Ensemble, two pieces

S 3005N: Suzuki Violin Solo, Own Choice, Book 5

11:20 AM

1. Mengziqi Wang

Concerto in A Minor, 2nd Movement, op. 3, no. 6 - Antonio Vivaldi

arr. T. Nachez

S 3234N: Violin Solo, Concerto, Honours

1. Amanda Contreras

Violin Concerto no. 5 in A major, K.219, 1st movement

- W.A. Mozart

S 3004N: Suzuki Violin Solo, Own Choice, Book 4

1. Hope Winters

Concerto no. 5, 1st movement - Friedrich Seitz

2. Michael Bartolome

Concerto no. 5 in D Major, op. 22, 3rd movement - Friedrich Seitz

S 3051: Violin Solo, Baroque Composers, Grade/Level 2

10:00 AM

_____ 1. Jillian Hoffman

Minuet - Jeremiah Clarke

S 3053: Violin Solo, 20th/21st Century Composers, Grade/Level 2

_____ 1. Jordyn Gray

Flash of Lightning - Caroline Lumsden and Ben Atwood

S 3055: Violin Solo, Own Choice, Grade/Level 2

_____ 1. Jillian Hoffman

The Ceilidh - Hugh Collidge and Katherine Collidge

S 3990: String Orchestra Workshop, Own Choice, Beginner

_____ 1. Beginning String Orchestra, three selections

S 3991: String Orchestra Workshop, Own Choice, Junior

_____ 1. Junior String Orchestra, three selections

S 3194N: Violin Solo, Concerto, Grade/Level 10

1. Josias Sanchez

Concerto for Violin and Orchestra, op. 14, 3rd Movement

- Samuel Barber

S 3214: Violin Solo, Concerto, Diploma

_____ 1. Zifan Li

Violin Concerto no.3, 1st Movement - Saint-Saens

1:30 PM

2:30 PM

3:30 PM

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STRINGS

Knox United Church (451-18 th Street)

Monday, March 2

Adjudicator: Gabriel Kastelic

Classes marked N are non-competitive; all others are competitive

PS 3202: Violin Solo, Baroque, J.S. Bach, Unaccompanied, Diploma (s) 4:15 PM

_____ 1. Josias Sanchez

Sonata in G Minor for Solo Violin, BWV 1001: 2nd and 3rd movements

- J. S. Bach

_____ 2. Zifan Li

Violin Sonata no. 2 in A Minor, Grave & Fugue - J.S. Bach

PS 3142: Violin Solo, Baroque, Unaccompanied, Grade/Level 8 (i)

_____ 1. Sannelle Engelbrecht

Partita no.2 in D Minor, BWV 1004, Fourth Movement: Gigue

- J.S.Bach

_____ 2. Caitlin Baker

Fantasia no. 9 in B Minor - Georg PhilippTelemann

8:30 PM

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PS 3076: Violin Solo, Baroque Composers, Grade/Level 4 (p)

7:00 PM

_____ 1. Riley Jorgensen

Two Airs - Henry Purcell

PS 3095: Violin Solo, Sonata, Grade/Level 5 (j)

_____ 1. Daphne Ellis

Sonata no. 1 - J.B. Vanhal

PS 3126: Violin Solo, 20th/21st Century Composers, Grade/Level 7 (i) 7:20 PM

_____ 1. Mirette Edward

Berceuse - Armas Jarnfelt

PS 3144: Violin Solo, Baroque Or Classical Sonata, Grade/Level 8 (i) 9:00 PM

_____ 1. Elena Neufeld

Sonata K.301 in G Major - W.A. Mozart

PS 3146: Violin Solo, 20th/21st Century Composers, Grade/Level 8 (i)

_____ 1. Sannelle Engelbrecht

Romance - Dmitri Shostakovich

_____ 2. Caitlin Baker

6 Romanian Folk Dances - Bela Bartok

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PS 3124: Violin Solo, Baroque Or Classical Sonata, Grade/Level 7 (i)

_____ 1. Sarah Edward

Sonata in D Minor, Fugato - Anonymous,

arr. by Kathleen Wood

S 3134: Violin Solo, Concerto, Grade/Level 7

_____ 1. Olivia Kelly

Concerto no.5, 1st movement - Friedrich Seitz

S 3135: Violin Solo, Own Choice, Grade/Level 7

_____ 1. Mirette Edward

Wild Fire - Mary Cohen

_____ 2. Olivia Kelly

Tempo di Minuetto - Fritz Kreisler

8:00 PM

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STRINGS

Knox United Church (451-18 th Street)

Tuesday, March 3

Adjudicator: Gabriel Kastelic

Classes marked N are non-competitive; all others are competitive

PS 3147: Violin Solo, 19th/20th/21st Century Sonata, Grade/Level 8 (i)

_____ 1. Sannelle Engelbrecht

Sonatina in G Major, op.100, 2nd Movement, II: Larghetto -

Antonin Dvorak

PS-C 3096: Violin Solo, Canadian Composers, Grade/Level 5 (j)

_____ 1. Jesse Large

County Dance - Donald Heins

PS 3125: Violin Solo, Romantic Composers, Grade/Level 7

_____ 1. Sarah Edward

Chanson de nuit - Edward Elgar

9:00 AM

PS 3205: Violin Solo, Romantic Composers, Diploma (s)

10:50 AM

_____ 1. Zifan Li

Scherzo-Tarantelle - Henryk Wieniawski

PS 3222N: Violin Solo, Baroque, J.S. Bach, Unaccompanied, Honours (s)

1. Amanda Contreras

Sonata no. 2 in A Minor, 3rd and 4th movements - J.S. Bach

PS 3207: Violin Solo, 19th/20th/21st Century Sonata, Diploma (s) 11:30 AM

_____ 1. Josias Sanchez

Sonata in A major for Violin and Piano, 3rd and 4th movements

- Cesar Franck

PS 3587N: Cello Solo, 19th/20th/21st Century Sonata, Grade/Level 10 (a)

1. Keren Anel Canche Mass

Cello Sonata for Cello and Piano in A Minor op. 36, 1st movement.

- Edvard Grieg

S 3154: Violin Solo, Concerto, Grade/Level 8

_____ 1. Caitlin Baker

Violin Concerto no. 1 in A Minor - Jean-Baptiste Accolay

9:50 AM

S 3155: Violin Solo, Own Choice, Grade/Level 8

_____ 1. Elena Neufeld

Remembrances - John Williams

PS 3203: Violin Solo, Classical Composers, Diploma (s)

_____ 1. Zifan Li

Romance in G Major - L. van Beethoven

PS 3605: Cello Solo, Romantic Composers, Diploma (s)

_____ 1. Keren Anel Canche Mass

Capriccio no. 1 for Cello Solo in G Minor, op. 25. - Alfredo Piatti

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STRINGS

Knox United Church (451-18 th Street)

Tuesday, March 3

Adjudicator: Gabriel Kastelic

Classes marked N are non-competitive; all others are competitive

CH 8858: Mixed Instruments Chamber Group, Own Choice, Open

_____ 1. Hope Winters, Alyssa Newitt & Gabriella Winters

March - J.S. Bach

SP 0102: Heritage Music

_____ 1. Jesse Large

Buck Fever Rag - Reg Hill

_____ 2. Daphne Ellis

Tin Pail - Zav RT

_____ 3. Riley Jorgensen

Haste to the Wedding, Traditional Jig - arr. by Gordon Stobbe

S 3022N: Suzuki Cello Solo, Own Choice, Book 2

1. Gabriella Winters

Minuet 1 - J.S. Bach

S 3594N: Cello Solo, Concerto, Grade/level 10

1. Keren Anel Canche Mass

Cello Concerto in D Minor, 3rd movement - Edouard Lalo

PS 3225N: Violin Solo, Romantic Composers, Honours (s)

1. Amanda Contreras

Zigeunerweisen - Pablo Sarasate

PS 3602: Cello Solo, Baroque, J.S. Bach, Unaccompanied, Diploma (s)

_____ 1. Keren Anel Canche Mass

Suite 4 for Cello Solo BWV 1010, 1st, 4th and 5th movements

- J. S. Bach

PS 3226N: Violin Solo, 20th/21st Century Composers, Honours (s)

1. Amanda Contreras

Recitative and Scherzo, op. 6 - Fritz Kreisler

1:30 PM

2:00 PM

2:40 PM

S 3615: Cello Solo, Own Choice, Diploma

3:10 PM

_____ 1. Keren Anel Canche Mass

Quartet for the End of Time, 5th movement - Olivier Messiaen

S 3235N: Violin Solo, Own Choice, Honours

1. Amanda Contreras

Caprice 24, op. 1 - Nicoló Paganini

PCH 8857: Mixed Instruments Chamber Group,

3:50 PM

Own Choice, Diploma - Honours (s)

_____ 1. Zifan Li, Luqi Wang & Wilhelm Neufeld

Suite for Trio (Violin, Clarinet and Piano),

1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th movements - Alexander Arutiunian

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SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY MUSIC

Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium

Tuesday, March 3

Adjudicator: Catherine Robbins

Classes marked N are non-competitive; all others are competitive.

SCH 8102N: School Chorus, Own Choice, Kindergarten - Grade 3

1. Joyful Noise - Gr. 1/2 Choir - St. Augustine School

2. Waverly Park School Grade 1/2 Choir

3. Nouvelles Voix (École Harrison Grade 1/2 Choir)

SCH 8132N: School Chorus, Own Choice, Grades 4 - 6

1. Spirit Singers - Gr. 5/6 Choir - St. Augustine School

2. École Harrison Chorale Avancée, Grades 5/6 Choir

3. Waverly Park School Grade 5/6 Choir

9:40 AM

10:40 AM

SCH 8191N: School Chorus, Own Choice, Any Other Grade Combination

1. Waverly Park School Grade 3/4 Choir

2. École Harrison Chorale Débutante , Grades 3/4 Choir

3. Grace Notes - Gr. 3/4 Choir - St. Augustine School

SCH 8117N:School Chorus, Own Choice, Kindergarten - Grade 6

1. École Harrison Chorale – Grades 3 - 6

1:00 PM

1:45 PM

SCH 8117: School Chorus, Own Choice, Kindergarten - Grade 6

_____ 1. Chorum Sanctus Augustini - St. Augustine School Gr. 3 - 6 Choir

_____ 2. New Era Grades 3 - 6 Choir

In the Arms of an Oak - Andy Beck

Turn The World Around - Harry Belafonte

FESTIVAL ENCORE CONCERT

Sunday, March 8, 1:00 PM

Lorne Watson Recital Hall

School of Music, Brandon University

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SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY MUSIC

First Presbyterian Church (339-12th Street)

Tuesday, March 3

Adjudicator: Catherine Robbins

Classes marked N are non-competitive; all others are competitive.

COM 8300: Community Childrens Choir, Own Choice, 8 Years And Under

_____ 1. Brandon Conservatory Chorale Apprentice Choir

6:00 PM

COM 8301: Community Children's Choir, Own Choice, 12 Years And Under

_____ 1. Brandon Conservatory Chorale Concert Choir

COM 8311: Community Youth Choir, Own Choice, 16 Years And Under

_____ 1. Brandon Conservatory Chorale Youth Choir

_____ 2. Mecca Youth Choir

Fly - Ed Joleski

We Won't Stop Dreaming - Pinkzebra

COM 8355: Community Choir, Multi-generational, Own Choice

_____ 1. Brandon Conservatory Chorale

7:00 PM

COM 8313: Community Youth Choir, Own Choice, Male, 16 Years And Under

_____ 1. The LADS

This Little Light of Mine- Neil Johnson;

The Kazoo Koncerto - Mary Donnelly & George Strid

COM 8331: Community Adult Choir, Own Choice

_____ 1. Mecca Community Choir

Why We Sing; - Greg Gilpin

I Sing Because I'm Happy - Rollo Dillworth

_____ 2. Brandon Conservatory Chorale: Bel Canto

Magnificat, BWV 243 (10) Sicut locutus est - J.S. Bach

Danny Boy - arr. Joseph Flummerfelt

COM 8333: Community Adult Choir, Own Choice, Male

_____ 1. Prairie Blend Men's Choir

8:15 PM

COM 8312: Community Youth Choir, Own Choice,

Female, 16 Years And Under

_____ 1. Brandon Conservatory Chorale Chamber Choir

COM 8006: Community Vocal Ensemble, Own Choice, Open

_____ 1. MAVE

Cool Moon - Richard A Williamson

And The Night Shall Be Filled With Music - Greg Gilpin

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SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY MUSIC

First Presbyterian Church (339-12th Street)

Wednesday, March 4

Adjudicator: Catherine Robbins

Classes marked N are non-competitive; all others are competitive.

SCH 8161: School Chorus, Own Choice, Grades 7 - 9

_____ 1. New Era Jazz Choir

9:30 AM

NC 101: The City of Lincoln Choral

1. Neelin Boys Chamber Choir

NC 103: David Ouchterlony Choral

1. Neelin Concert Choir

2. Neelin Chamber Choir

3. Neelin Girls Chamber Choir

10:00 AM

SCH 8169N: School Chorus,

Contemporary Folk/Popular Music, Grades 7 - 9

1. ÉCHO - École Harrison Grade 7 & 8

1:00 PM

SCH 8181: School Chorus, Jazz Or Swing, Grades 9 - 12

_____ 1. Simple Green (Neelin)

SCH 8183: School Chorus, Concert Group, Grades 9 - 12

_____ 1. Vincent Massey Concert Choir

SCH 8191: School Chorus, Own Choice, Any Other Grade Combination

_____ 1. Nostra Canzone

_____ 2. Vincent Massey Chamber Choir

1:45 PM

2:30 PM

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FESTIVAL ENCORE CONCERT

Sunday, March 8, 1:00 PM

Lorne Watson Recital Hall

School of Music, Brandon University

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B 6625: Trombone/Euphonium Solo, Own Choice, Grade/Level 9

_____ 1. Amaya Sydor

Rhapsody for Bass Trombone - Frigyes Hidas

BRASS AND WOODWINDS

St. Matthew’s Cathedral (403-13 th Street)

Thursday, March 5

Adjudicator: Hyonsuk Kim

Classes marked N are non-competitive; all others are competitive.

9:00 AM

PW 5468-3: Clarinet Solo, Romantic Composers, Grade/Level 3 (p)

_____ 1. Maya Kirby

Entr’acte (Carmen) - Georges Bizet

10:50 AM

PB 6655: Trombone/Euphonium Solo, 20th/21st Century Composers,

Grade/Diploma (s)

_____ 1. Erik Larson

Fantaisie - Sigismond Stojowski

PB 6656: Trombone/Euphonium Solo, 20th/21st Century Sonata, 9:30 AM

Grade/Diploma

_____ 1. Logan Enns

Sonata for Trombone and Piano, 1st and 2nd movements

- Leslie Bassett

PB 6675: Trombone/Euphonium Solo, 20th/21st Century Composers,

Grade/Honours (s)

_____ 1. Sophia Rivera |

Fantasy for Euphonium - Philip Sparke

PB 6866: Tuba Solo, 20th/21st Century Sonata, Grade/Level 10 (a) 10:00 AM

_____ 1. Morgan Paramor

Sonata for Tuba and Piano, 1st movement - Arthur Frackenpohl

W 5893: Woodwind Duet, Own Choice, Grades 3 - 4

_____ 1. Joseph Hur, Shashvat Varma

Graceusement - Francois Couperin

PW 5119-3: Flute Solo, 20th/21st Century Composers, Grade/Level 3 10:25AM

_____ 1. Marie Bartolome

14 Pieces Pour flute et piano II - Charles Koechlin

PW 5134-5: Flute Solo, 20th/21st Century Composers, Grade/Level 5 (j)

_____ 1. Joseph Hur

Wait There - Yiruma

W 5226-2: Oboe Solo, Baroque Composers, Grade/Level 2

_____ 1. Danika Robb

Minuet (Anna Magdalena's Notebook) - J.S Bach

PW 5469-3: Clarinet Solo, 20th/21st Century Composers, Grade/Level 3 11:10 AM

_____ 1. Maya Kirby

Five Bagatelles, op. 23, no.3, Carol - Gerald Finzi

PW 5497-8: Clarinet Solo, Classical Composers, Grade/Level 8 (i)

_____ 1. Kate Bell

Clarinet Concerto no. 3 - Carl Stamitz

PW 5174-10: Flute Solo, Baroque, Classical Or Romantic Sonata, Grade/Level 10

_____ 1. Mishelle Renz

Sonatina op. 100, 1st movement - Antonín Dvořák

PW 5499-8: Clarinet Solo, Baroque, Classical/Romantic Sonata,

Grade/Level 8 (i)

_____ 1. Kate Bell

Sonata op. 167 - Camille Saint-Saens

SCH 8533: School Recorder Ensemble, Own Choice, Intermediate,

1:15 PM

Grades 1 - 6

_____ 1. New Era Recorder Club

SCH 8533N: School Recorder Ensemble, Own Choice, Intermediate, Grades 1 - 6

1. Waverly Park School Grade 6 Recorder Club

2. École Harrison Club flûte à bec

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BRASS AND WOODWINDS

St. Matthew’s Cathedral (403-13 th Street)

Thursday, March 5

Adjudicator: Hyonsuk Kim

Classes marked N are non-competitive; all others are competitive.

NB 6: National Brass Solo Class, Diploma - Honours (n)

1. Sophia Rivera

2. Erik Larson

Concerto per Filcorno Basso - Amilcare Ponchielli

Sonata, 1st movement - Paul Hindemith

3. Morgan Paramor

Tuba Suite, 2nd, 3rd and 4th movements - Gordon Jacob

NW 5: National Woodwind Solo Class, Diploma/Honours (n)

1. Jichen Wang

Concerto no. 2, op.74; I. Allegro - C.M. von Weber

2:10 PM

3:10 PM

BRASS AND WOODWINDS

Knox United Church (451-18 th Street)

Thursday, March 5

Adjudicator: Hyonsuk Kim

W 5201N: Flute Solo, Concerto, Diploma

1. Mishelle Renz

Flute Concerto G Major, 1st movement - W.A. Mozart

PW 5514-9: Clarinet Solo, Baroque, Classical Or Romantic Sonata, Grade/Level 9

_____ 1. Kathleen Sofia L Servidad

Clarinet Sonata, op. 167, III. Lento - Camille Saint-Saens

PW 5515-9: Clarinet Solo, 20th/21st Century Composers, Grade/Level 9 (a)

_____ 1. Yuefeng Du

Five Bagatelles, op. 23 - Gerald Finzi

_____ 2. Kathleen Sofia L Servidad

Gershwin Preludes - George Gershwin , arr. James Cohn

7:00 PM

7:25 PM

PW 5175-10: Flute Solo, 20th/21st Century Composers, Grade/Level 10 (a)

_____ 1. Mishelle Renz

Lookout - Robert Dick

PW 5513-9: Clarinet Solo, Romantic Composers, Grade/Level 9 (a) 3:30 PM

_____ 1. Yangzhengyao Zhao

Adagio e Tarantella - Ernesto Cavallini

_____ 2. Yuefeng Du

Variations for Clarinet and Piano, op.33 - C.M. von Weber

_____ 3. Angela Zagrodney

Solo de Concours - Henri Rabaud

PW 5527: Clarinet Solo, Classical Composers, Diploma (s)

_____ 1. Luqi Wang

Clarinet Concerto in A major K. 622, 2nd movement - W.A. Mozart

PW 5528: Clarinet Solo, Romantic Composers, Diploma (s)

_____ 1. Jichen Wang

Introduction, Theme, and Variations - Gioacchino Rossini

_____ 2. Luqi Wang

Introduction, Theme and Variations - Gioacchino Rossini

PW 5544: Clarinet Solo, Baroque, Classical Or Romantic Sonata, Honours (s)

_____ 1. Hwan Gyu Cho

Clarinet Sonata in F Minor, op. 120, no.1, I. Allegro appassionato,

II. Andante un poco Adagio - Johannes Brahms

8:10 PM

FESTIVAL ENCORE CONCERT

Sunday, March 8, 1:00 PM

Lorne Watson Recital Hall

School of Music, Brandon University

W 5522-9: Clarinet Solo, Own Choice, Grade/Level 9

_____ 1. Yangzhengyao Zhao

Solo de Concours,op.10 LED - Henri Rabau

_____ 2. Angela Zagrodney

Love Theme (Cinema Paradiso) - Andrea Morricone

W 5551: Clarinet Solo, Concerto, Honours

_____ 1. Hwan Gyu Cho

Clarinet Concerto no. 2 in E flat major, op. 74, I. Allegro - C.M. von Weber

9:05 PM

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