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  • Orillia KiwanisMusic Festival

    April 16th - May 4th, 2018

    OFFICIAL PROGRAMME

    Viva la Musica!

    60thAnnual

  • Orillia Kiwanis Music Festival 2018Table of Contents

    Music Festival Executive

    Message From Orillia Kiwanis Music Festival Committee

    Acknowledgements

    Message From the Mayor

    Message From the Festival President

    Meet the Adjudicators

    Festival Venue Location Map & Calendar

    Divisions

    School & Community Strings & Family Ensembles

    Guitar

    Piano

    Creative Music

    School & Community Brass & Woodwind

    School Ukulele

    School Choirs & Vocal

    Community Vocal & Drama/Speech Arts

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    Orillia Kiwanis Music Festival 2018

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    Music Festival Administration Committee 2018 Music Festival Division Co-ordinators 2018

    President

    Artistic Director

    Festival Registrar

    Secretary

    Treasurer

    Adjudicators Co-ordinator

    Community Donations SolicitationCo-ordinator

    Member at Large

    School Divisions Liaison

    Volunteers Co-ordinator

    Member at Large

    Member at Large

    Don Haskins

    Blair Bailey

    Stephanie Worthington

    Terry Therien

    Matthew Dixon

    Lynda McNabb

    Rosemarie Freeman

    Isabelle Thiess

    Mayumi Kumagai

    Lynda McNabb

    Leesa Love

    MJ Van Pypen

    Vocal, Choral, Drama & Speech Arts

    School InstrumentalWoodwind, Brass & Percussion

    String Instruments

    Guitar

    Creative Music

    Piano

    Blair Bailey, MJ Van Pypen

    Mayumi Kumagai, Leesa Love

    Mayumi Kumagai

    Blair Bailey

    Stephanie Worthington

    Blair Bailey, Leesa Love

    Orillia Kiwanis Club Executive 2018

    President

    President Elect

    Vice President

    Peter Head

    Fred Larsen

    Korine Keyzer

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    A Message From Your 2018 OrilliaKiwanis Music Festival Committee

    Welcome to the Sixtieth Annual Orillia Kiwanis Music Festival! We hope you enjoy your experience at the Festival, whether you are a performer, a parent, a teacher, or a volunteer. We are grateful to all of you for taking part in our Festival and making it the continuing success that it is today.

    We would like to take this time to thank the many donors for our grants and bursaries; the financial help we can extend to our young performers is an important part of the Festival every year.

    We are fortunate in Orillia to have many fine venues to showcase music and drama and we thank all our venues for recognizing the importance of our Festival and the opportunities it affords for young performers in our area.

    Again this year we have seasoned and professional adjudicators for our performers to learn from. We are grateful that these excellent musicians have taken the time to be part of our Festival and share some of the invaluable knowledge and experience they have in the arts world. Our students are indeed lucky to have this exposure to these professional performers.

    Lastly, a big thank you to the Kiwanis Club of Orillia for its ongoing support for the Festival, both financially and in terms of volunteers. We are fortunate to have such a dynamic and thriving Club in Orillia and fortunate too that our Kiwanis Club understands the importance of the arts in our students lives.

    Please enjoy this years Orillia Kiwanis Music Festival. If you have any comments, questions or concerns, or would be interested in helping out with the Festival in any way, please contact our Festival Registrar at info@orilliakiwanismusicfestival.com and you will be directed to the appropriate person on our committee.

    Dont miss Festival Encores our showcase concert, this year on Tuesday, May 15th, 2018 at 7:30 p.m. at Orillia Opera House.

    Viva La Musica!

    Back row, left to right: Lynda McNabb, Leesa Love, MJ Van Pypen, Rosemarie Freeman, Mayumi KumagaiFront row, left to right: Steph Worthington, Don Haskins, Blair Bailey, Terry Therien

    Absent: Matthew Dixon, Isabelle Thiess

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    Orillia Kiwanis Music Festival 2018Acknowledgements

    The Orillia Kiwanis Music Festival is grateful to the Session Secretaries, the members of the Kiwanis Club and the Champlain Seniors Club for their volunteer assistance throughout the 2018 festival.Special thank you to the Stone Gate Inn for housing our Adjudicators.

    The Festival is Indebted to:St. Pauls Centre and St. James Anglican Church for the use of their facilities in 2018.

    ContributorsWe would like to thank the following people for providing financial assistance to our Grants, Bursary and Festival Funds. The following is a partial list of donors for the 2018 Orillia Kiwanis Music Festival. A complete list will be published in the Program for the Festival Encores to be held at Orillia Opera House on Tuesday, May 15th, 2018 at 7:30 p.m.

    Paul Bailey - Margaret BaileyAlbert & Nynka GreerMr. & Mrs. C. KozaJohn & Marlene CarylEnnis & Hugh ColemanDr. K. Michalski Medicine Professional CorporationCarol StricklandJohn & Marg Mayo

    Tim & Eileen HillsonArmy Navy Air Force Unit 400Dr. John JefferiesMichael & Norma TangneyDr. Peter & Jill DanielWendy & Richard JohnstonDave & Leesa LoveJubilee Chorale ChoirJohn & Susan Smith

    Patricia WhitfieldTom HusseyPeg EberhardJ. RosebushJulia A. Bailey, Bailey Family LawOrillia Silver BandTosh AggarwalBarrie County Chordsmen Barbershop ChorusJim Lewis - In memory of Diane Granger, Mother of Steve, Chris, Rob & Angie

    Thanks to the teachers who have entered students in our Music Festival this year:Blair BaileySharon BaileyLauren BakerShannon BarksBarry & Kathy CarrJennifer CoolingJeff CoscoJacquie Dancyger-ArnoldJessalyn ForsytheSusan GeislerKatrina GilbertMegan GingerMary Francis GoodwinCheryl Graham

    Faith HendersonLindsay HooverMayumi KumagaiShannon LandraDiana LeeJocelyn LesperanceLaura LetiecFay MacKenzieSherry McKinnonStanton McKinnonMia McNabbCarlyann MeteSuzanne OakleyShelley Paquin

    Terri RossiterShannon StevensSheryl StinsonTiana StruthmanTerry TherienM. ThompsonMarla VandenbergBarbara VesseySusan WalmaDee WalmsleyGayle WellsLidwien WesselinghAndrew Woodill

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    A Message From the MayorOn behalf of Orillia City Council, we would like to congratulate the Kiwanis Music Festival as it marks its 60th anniversary. Certainly a milestone to be very proud of.

    Over the years, the festival has showcased many wonderful performers and brought a spotlight to Orillia.

    I would like to acknowledge the event organizers, supporters, volunteers and all of the talented performers, as preparing for the festival certainly takes a lot of practice, preparation and dedication. The Kiwanis Music Festival is a great opportunity to showcase talent from Orillia and surrounding municipalities.

    Orillia boasts a vibrant downtown with many unique shops and restaurants, a beautiful waterfront, pristine parks and trails, and has a strong arts and culture community. While in Orillia, I encourage you to explore all that we have to offer from our many shops and restaurants in Downtown Orillia to our beautiful parks and historic sites.

    Best wishes as you celebrate 60 years of the Kiwanis Music Festival.

    Sincerely,Steve Clarke

    Mayor, City of Orillia

    A Message From the Festival PresidentWow, 60 years! The Orillia Kiwanis Music Festival (OKMF) has been a fixture of the Orillia and area community for six decades. What a milestone! In some families, three generations of performers have been in the Festival. Perhaps some of our many teachers and volunteers recall their time on stage, and the feedback and encouragement they received from their adjudicator.

    For six decades the Festival has enjoyed the support of many talented performers, dedicated teachers, proud parents, encouraging adjudicators, generous facility managers and staff, community sponsors, and selfless volunteers. On behalf of the Festival Committee, thank you. Thank you for your time, your hard work and your dedication. This Festival shines because of each and every one of you.

    As you read through the programme, please note the advertisements from our community sponsors. I encourage you to visit their places of business. The Festival would simply not be possible without their generous support each year.

    A word of thanks to the dedicated OKMF committee: they work tirelessly to bring you a world-class Festival experience.

    If you are interested in volunteering as a greeter or session secretary, making a monetary dona t i on , o r adve r t i s i ng i n nex t y ea r s p r og r amme , p l e a se v i s i t www.orilliakiwanismusicfestival.com, and welcome aboard!

    Whether you are participating, volunteering, or simply enjoying the show, have a great time, and as always...Viva La Msica!

    Don HaskinsPresident

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    Meet the AdjudicatorsGARY GONTIER

    Gary Gontier lives in Barrie, Ontario, where he teaches, writes and arranges music for guitar.

    Gary has his A.R.C.T. in Guitar Teaching from the Royal Conservatory of Music (University of Toronto) and under Garys tutelage over two dozen classical guitar students have attained the highest mark in Ontario on their Royal Conservatory Exams.

    When Gary was 20 years old, he won Best Classical Guitarist in an international competition in Chicago and in a national competition in Toronto the same year.

    Gary has written four repertoire books for guitar. He also has six CDs to his credit. You can hear samples of his work on his website: Seriousguitar.com or on iTunes.

    We welcome Gary as our 2018 Guitar adjudicator.

    SHARON FITZSIMMINS

    Sharon Fitzsimmins, Mus. Bac., B.Ed, is a respected educator, international adjudicator, clinician and conductor. She is past president of The Ontario Music Educators Association (OMEA) and was co-editor of The Recorder for eight years, examiner for The Royal Conservatory of Music and a conductor at the National Music Camp of Canada.

    She has received numerous teaching, professional development and leadership awards including Teacher of the Year. In November 2006, Sharon received the highest award from the OMEA, an Honorary Life Membership.

    Sharon is currently the Chair of the Concert Band Division for MusicFest Canada.

    Sharon is proud to have taught for 30 years at Barrie North Collegiate where she conducted award winning bands and choirs. She has written three teacher resources and a collection of stories called It Made Me Laugh, It Made Me Cry. Stories from the Music Room.

    We welcome Sharon as our 2018 Community and School Brass, Woodwind and Instrumental Ensemble adjudicator.

  • ELIZABETH MORRIS

    Violist Elizabeth Morris, B.Mus(perf), originally from Edmonton, began studying the viola at age 12 in the Edmonton Public School System. She continued her studies at University of Alberta, University of Western Ontario, the String Quartet Institute of Kingston, and the Banff School of Fine Arts.

    Elizabeth is currently principal violist with the Huronia Symphony (Barrie), the Peterborough Symphony, and Orchestra Toronto. She also plays in the Tost String Quartet which specializes in presenting music in intimate settings for those unable to get out to hear concerts in public performance spaces.

    As a freelance musician, Elizabeth has played with many ensembles. They include the Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony, Talisker Players, Canadian Opera Company, the Royal Winnipeg and National Ballets and the Stratford and Shaw Festivals. She was principal violist for several Livent productions, including Show Boat, Sunset Boulevard and Ragtime.

    Also active in the visual arts, she has created water colour and pencil crayon miniatures and original computer animations. An avid bread baker, she writes about it in blog from OUR kitchen, as well as maintaining the website for Peacemakers Trust, the Canadian charitable organization for research and education in conflict transformation and peace building.

    We welcome Elizabeth as our 2018 String Instrument adjudicator.

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    Meet the Adjudicators

    SUSAN GRIESDALE

    Susan Griesdale is an award winning Composer, Piano Teacher, Clinician and Adjudicator. She earned her ARCT from the Royal Conservatory of Music, Toronto and studied Composition and Theory with Composers Heather Schmidt, Michael J. Rudman and Julian Miran.

    An Associate Composer of the Canadian Music Centre (CMC), Susan has published collections for piano, violin, flute, chamber music for toy pianos and choral works. You will find her violin music in the 2013 RCM Violin Series and her piano music in the 2015 RCM Piano Syllabus and Celebration Series, the Conservatory Canada Syllabus as well as the ACNMPs Contemporary Showcase Syllabus. She also has many pieces published in the Canadian National Conservatorys Northern Lights Publications.

    Her piano music has been chosen as required repertoire for Music Festival Composer Classes and is also included in the MusIQ Club software program an after school program developed for schools across the USA and Canada. Susan is a founding member of Red Leaf Pianoworks a composers collective that provides a web source to access new piano repertoire.

    Susan has been teaching piano for over 30 years and has worked as a clinician, performing and presenting piano repertoire at both National, State and Provincial Conventions. She also runs Composition Master Classes for local teachers and their students.

    We welcome Susan as our 2018 Piano and Creative Music adjudicator.

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    Meet the AdjudicatorsLESLEY ANDREWMMUS (Performance & Literature), HBA Music (Performance Voice), Diploma in Opera, Second Study - Fine Art

    Lesley holds the degrees of MMUS (Performance & Literature), HBA Music (Performance Voice), Diploma in Opera, Second Study Fine Art.

    Immediately following the completion of her undergraduate degree, Ms. Andrew began an extended tenure with the Stratford Festival, performing in productions including The Mikado, The Pirates of Penzance, Twelfth Night, Cyrano De Bergerac, Alice Through the Looking Glass, The Music Man and Patience. Other theatrical performances include Menottis The Telephone and Hopkins Threes Company at the Guelph Spring Festival featuring and directed by Ms. Andrew.

    Most recently, Ms. Andrew directed La Boheme for SOLO (Southern Ontario Lyric Opera).

    A recipient of many awards, including a Canadian Opera Company Scholarship, and the Maureen Forrester Guthrie Award (The Stratford Festival), Ms. Andrew now adjudicates and conducts masterclasses at festivals, universities and schools of music and drama around the world (voice-classical, Broadway and pop, choral music and speech arts classes). As a director, Ms. Andrew is much in demand in the genres of musical theatre and opera. Ms. Andrews intensive theatre and music program for youth, Summer Glee, is now in its 25th year, with more programs offered each summer in communities across Ontario, in order to accommodate growing enrollment.

    As a pedagogue, Ms. Andrew is very involved with the W. Ross MacDonald School for the Blind in Brantford, Ontario where she helps create and run arts programs for exceptional children while maintaining a full teaching schedule in her private studio in London. Ms. Andrew continues to take bookings as a soloist, collaborative recital artist, stage director, adjudicator, and motivational speaker.

    We welcome Lesley as our 2018 Choirs, Vocal and Drama/Speech Arts adjudicator.

    Join us for the Festival Encores concert showcasing some of the top festival performances

    from the 2018 festival on Tuesday, May 15th, 2018 at 7:30 p.m. at Orillia Opera House

    Join Us!

    Viva la Musica!

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    Email: btcole@rogers.com

    Help us Celebrate!

    Thank You!

    This year the Orillia Kiwanis Music Festival is

    celebrating 60 years! If you have any photos or

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    Orillia Opera House 20 Mississaga Street West Corner of Mississaga Street and West Street

    St. Pauls Centre 62 Peter Street North Corner of Peter Street and Coldwater Street

    Stone Gate Inn 437 Laclie Street Corner of Laclie Street and Fittons Road

    St. James Anglican Church 58 Peter Street North Corner of Peter Street and Coldwater Street

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    Orillia Kiwanis Music Festival 2018MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY

    April 16

    St. Pauls Centre,Great HallStrings

    9:30 a.m. to 8 p.m.

    St. Pauls Centre,Great Hall

    Guitar1 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.

    April 17 April 18 April 19 April 20 April 21

    April 23 April 24 April 25 April 26 April 27 April 28

    April 30 May 1 May 2 May 3 May 4

    St. Pauls CentreBanquet Hall

    Piano9:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.

    St. Pauls CentreBanquet Hall

    Piano9:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.

    St. Pauls CentreBanquet Hall

    Piano9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

    St. Pauls CentreBanquet Hall

    Piano9:30 a.m. to 8 p.m.

    St. James AnglicanChurch, Stubley

    AuditoriumCreative Music

    10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

    St. Pauls Centre,Great Hall

    School & CommunityBrass, Woodwind &

    Ensembles9:30 a.m. to Noon

    St. Pauls Centre,Great Hall

    School Brass,Woodwind &Ensembles

    9:30 a.m. to Noon

    St. Pauls Centre,Great Hall

    School Ukulele10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

    St. Pauls Centre,Great Hall

    Community Vocal7 p.m. to 10 p.m.

    St. Pauls Centre,Great Hall

    School Choirs & Vocal9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

    St. Pauls Centre,Great Hall

    School Choirs & VocalCommunity Drama

    & Speech Arts9:30 a.m. to Noon

    St. Pauls Centre,Great Hall

    Community Vocal1 p.m. to 4 p.m.

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    School & Community Strings & Family EnsemblesLocation: St. Pauls Centre, Great Hall

    Adjudicator: Elizabeth MorrisAdjudicator Liaison: Shirley Thompson

    Monday, April 16th, 2018

    Each participant will receive a comment sheet and a mark from the adjudicator with an award certificate indicating a standing according to the following scale of marks:Gold standing...........85 marks or higherSilver standing..........80 to 84 marksBronze standing.........75 to 79 marks.............................Or Participant or underneath bronze standing

    **Note: Beginner and Introductory level, Family Instrumental Ensembles, and classes 6 years of age and under will not receive marks or standings but will be awarded certificates of participation.

    The certificates and adjudication sheets will be presented to the participants immedia te ly f o l l ow ing the o ra l adjudication of the class or group of classes. There can be several of the same standing awarded in each class.

    The test piece in all classes in this division except for Sight Reading is the Own Choice of the participant. In Community String classes, all solos must be memorized except for Sonata Classes.

    Memorization is not required for any of the School entries.

    Trophies will be awarded to the ou ts tanding par t ic ipants a t the adjudicators discretion. Trophies will be presented at the Festival Encores on Tuesday, May 15th, 2018 at 7:30 p.m. at Orillia Opera House.

    Note: The use of any type of camera, video cameras (including cell phones), or any recording equipment is prohibited during the Festival classes and adjudications at all Festival locations.

    Monday, April 16th, 2018School & Community Strings

    In those classes marked with ** neither marks nor standings will be awarded.

    9:30am S15-EJ Elementary School Strings Quintets, Grade 6 and under 1. Lions Oval Public School Quintet

    9:30am S13-EJ Elementary School String Trio, Grade 6 and under 1. Lola Reynolds, Lacey Sisson & Sam

    Duivenvoort 2. HHM - Hannah Dixon, Hope Anderson & Mya Muir

    9:30am S13-ES Elementary School String Trio, Grade 8 and under 1. Lions Oval Public School String Trio

    - Audrey Angus, Xander Ross & Charity Evans

    10:05am SIS-E1 Elementary School String Solo, First Year of School Training 1. Olivia Stanton

    10:05am SIS-E2 Elementary School String Solo-Second Year of School Training 1. Ariel McGee

    10:05am SIS-E3 Elementary School String Solo-Third Year of School Training 1. Jamie Lockhart

    BREAK

    10:45am I-E String Ensembles-Elementary Schools 1. Mnjikaning Kendaaswin Elementary

    School Grade 4 String Class 2. Coldwater Strings 3. Lions Oval Public School String

    Ensemble

    11:20am IW-E Ensembles-Elementary School Workshops 1. Lions Oval String Ensemble 2. Coldwater Strings

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    LUNCH

    1:30pm S12-EJ Elementary School String Duet-Grade 6 and under 1. Annie Shilling & Ally Findlay 2. Kristen Watt-Dupuis & Chanelle

    Stinson 3. Chase Noganosh & Rylan Mitchell-

    Morris 4. Peyton Wilson-Clarke & Chloe Grant 5. Jaicee Carter & Jade Shilling

    1:30pm S12-ES Elementary School String Duet-Grade 8 and under 1. Jamie Lockhart & Lyric Deshane

    2:20pm SS-h Suzuki Solo-12 years and under 1. Alaina Vandenberg 2. Sophia McCallum

    2:20pm SS-I Suzuki Solo-14 years and under 1. Avery Lee 2. Lexyann Horton

    2:20pm S2-e String Duet-15 years and under 1. Avery & Lexy-Avery Lee & Lexyann

    Horton

    BREAK

    3:30pm SSO-2B String Solo Class- Grade 2, List B 1. Alaina Vandenberg

    3:30pm SS-a Suzuki Solo-5 years and under** 1. Lily Knicely

    3:30pm SS-d Suzuki Solo-8 years and under 1. Jonathan Knicely

    3:50pm IM-F Family Instrumental Ensembles** 1. K West Strings-Jonathan & Lily

    Knicely, Don & Gwen Westgarth,Alice Knicely

    2. Fergusons-Canyon & MacguireFerguson

    DINNER

    7:00pm OS-A Small Ensembles Orchestra-Adult 1. Sunshine Strings

    7:00pm SE-W Small Ensembles-Workshops 1. Sunshine Strings

    7:30pm SFT-e Fiddle Quartet 1. Mnjikaning Kendaaswin Elementary

    School Fiddle Group (LaryssaKeetch-King, Jaden Bechthold-Coon,Linzi Simcoe & Lilly Simcoe)

    7:30pm SFT-b Fiddle Duet-13 years and under 1. Lexyann Horton & Melody Lepik

    7:50pm SF-c Fiddle Solo-14 years and under 1. Aiden Gaebel 2. Lexyann Horton 3. Avery Lee 4. Harper Zimmerman

    7:50pm SF-O Fiddle Solo-Open 1. Aiden Gaebel

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    GuitarLocation: St. Pauls Centre, Great Hall

    Adjudicator: Gary GontierAdjudicator Liaison: Adam Thomson

    Tuesday, April 17th, 2018

    Each participant will receive a comment sheet from the adjudicator and an Award Certificate indicating a standing according to the following scale of marks:Gold...............a mark of 85 or higherSilver................a mark of 80 to 84Bronze................a mark of 75 to 79 Or Participant

    The certificates and adjudication sheets will be presented to the participants

    immedia te ly f o l l ow ing the o ra l adjudication of each class or group of classes. There can be several of the same standings awarded in each class according to the marks assigned by the adjudicator.

    Trophies will be awarded on the adjudicators recommendation in this Division. All trophies will be presented at the Festival Encores on Tuesday, May 15th, 2018 at 7:30 p.m. at Orillia Opera House.

    Note: The use of any type of cameras, video cameras (including those on cell phones), or any other type of recording equipment is prohibited during all Festival classes and adjudications at any of the Festival locations.

    The test piece in all classes in this division except for Quick Study and Sight Reading is the Own Choice of the participant.

    Tuesday, April 17th, 2018St. Pauls Centre Great Hall

    Guitar

    In those classes marked with ** neither marks nor standings will be awarded.

    1:00pm G-1 Guitar Solo-Junior, 14 years and under 1. Liam Finney 2. Bianca Loquias 3. Buzz March

    1:20pm G-2 Guitar Solo-Intermediate, 16 years and under 1. Jennifer Bishop 2. Dimitrius McKinnon 3. Kyle Roddick 4. Justin Peroni 5. Justin Peroni

    2:00pm GA-2 Accompanied Solo-Intermediate, 16 years and under 1. Dimitrius McKinnon 2. Kyle Roddick

    2:00pm GE-VS Vocal Solo-Self Accompanied on Guitar 1. Keiran Dougan 2. Dawson Hill

    BREAK

    2:45pm GE-2 Guitar Duet 1. The Boys-Kyle Roddick &

    Dimitrius McKinnon 2. Partners-Jennifer Bishop &

    Dimitrius McKinnon 3. 12 Strings-Kartik Chhabra & Joshua Young

    2:45pm GE-3 Guitar Trio 1. K.E.W. Trio-Keiran Dougan, Eli

    Knegt & Wyatt Predum

    2:45pm GE-4 Guitar Quartet 1. The Loft-Kyle Roddick, Dimitrius

    McKinnon, Jennifer Bishop & JustinPeroni

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    PianoLocation: St. Pauls Centre, Banquet Hall

    Adjudicator: Susan GriesdaleAdjudicator Liaisons: Isabelle Thiess, Pat Doughty & Margot Strongitharm

    Monday, April 23rd to Thursday, April 26th, 2018

    The test piece in all classes in these divisions except for Quick Study and Sight Reading is the Own Choice of the participant.

    Each participant will receive a comment sheet and a mark from the adjudicator with an award certificate indicating a standing according to the following scale of marks:Gold standing....85 marks or higherSilver standing......80 to 84 marksBronze standing........75 to 79 marksOr Participant

    **Note: Introductory level, Family Classes, Adult Students and participants 7 years of age and under

    will not receive marks or standings but will be awarded certificates of participation.

    The certificates and adjudication sheets will be presented to the participants immedia te ly f o l l ow ing the o ra l adjudication of the class or group of classes. There can be several of the same standings awarded in each class according to the marks assigned by the adjudicator.

    The adjudicator is advised to deduct five marks for pieces not memorized.Note that memorization is not required in the following classes: Studies, Duets or Trios, Adult

    Students, Creative Music, Sight Reading, any Accompaniment classes, Improvisation, or Quick Study.

    Trophies will be awarded to outstanding participants in these divisions on the recommendation of the adjudicator. All trophies will be presented at the Festival Encores on Tuesday, May 15th, 2018 at 7:30 p.m. at Orillia Opera House.

    Note: The use of any type of cameras, video cameras (including cell phones), or any recording equipment is prohibited during the Festival classes and adjudications at any of the Festival locations.

    Monday, April 23rd, 2018St. Pauls Centre Banquet Hall

    PianoIn those classes marked with ** neither marks nor standings will be awarded.

    9:30am P1-Aa** Conservatory Piano Solo, Introductory Level 1. Keira Michell 2. Catherine Grace Shaw

    9:45am P1-Ba** Conservatory Piano Solo-Introductory Grade, Preparatory/B Level from RCM Repertoire List 1. Lukas Peysar 2. Aria Jefferies

    3. Anna Fagan 4. Jacob Meeder

    10:05am PBA-1 Conservatory Piano Solo, Baroque Repertoire, Grade 1 1. Brynn Munday

    10:05am PBA-2 Conservatory Piano Solo, Baroque Repertoire, Grade 2 1. Katie Maltby

    10:05am PBA-3 Conservatory Piano Solo, Baroque Repertoire, Grade 3 1. Kaiya Robinson-Miller 2. Noah Easton

    10:30am PCL-1 Conservatory Piano Solo-Classical Style Repertoire, Grade 1 1. Abigail Keown 2. Anna Meeder

    BREAK

    11:10am PCL-3 Conservatory Piano Solo-Classical Style Repertoire, Grade 3 1. Madison Michell 2. Yiming Israel 3. Hannah Dixon 4. Maddy Meeder 5. Mary Grace Meeder

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    4:10pm PRO-8 Conservatory Piano Solo-Romantic Era Repertoire, Grade 8 1. Connor Taylor

    DINNER

    7:00pm PBA-8 Conservatory Piano Solo-Baroque Repertoire, Grade 8 1. Connor Taylor

    7:00pm PBA-9 Conservatory Piano Solo-Baroque Repertoire, Grade 9 1. Luke Carter

    7:00pm PBA-10 Conservatory Piano Solo-Baroque Repertoire, Grade 10 1. Kate Love

    7:00pm PBA-O Conservatory Piano Solo-Baroque Repertoire, Open 1. Ross Love

    7:45pm PCL-10 Conservatory Piano Solo-Classical Style Repertoire, Grade 10 1. Audrey Rieckenberg 2. Jaiden McDonald 3. Kate Love

    7:45pm PCL-O Conservatory Piano Solo-Classical Style Repertoire, Associate Level 1. Matthew Rieckenberg

    8:45pm PRO-10 Conservatory Piano Solo-Romantic Era Repertoire, Grade 10 1. Jaiden McDonald 2. Kate Love

    2:30pm PBA-6 Conservatory Piano Solo-Baroque Repertoire, Grade 6 1. Tobias McDonald

    2:50pm PCL-4 Conservatory Piano Solo-Classical Style Repertoire, Grade 4 1. Ella Cansino

    2:50pm PCL-5 Conservatory Piano Solo-Classical Style Repertoire, Grade 5 1. Madeline Barks

    3:05pm PRO-5 Conservatory Piano Solo-Romantic Era Repertoire, Grade 5 1. Madeline Barks

    3:05pm PRO-6 Conservatory Piano Solo-Romantic Era Repertoire, Grade 6 1. Isabelle Ayson

    BREAK

    3:45pm PST-5 Conservatory Piano Solo-Studies, Grade 5 1. Janel Dykstra 2. Madeline Barks

    3:45pm PCL-6 Conservatory Piano Solo-Classical Style Repertoire, Grade 6 1. Isabelle Ayson 2. Tobias McDonald

    4:10pm PST-6 Conservatory Piano Solo-Studies, Grade 6 1. Brianna Wilson 2. Tobias McDonald

    4:10pm PST-7 Conservatory Piano Solo-Studies, Grade 7 1. Isabelle Ayson

    11:40am PRO-1 Conservatory Piano Solo-Romantic Era Repertoire, Grade 1 1. Sadie MacPhail

    11:40am PRO-2 Conservatory Piano Solo-Romantic Era Repertoire, Grade 2 1. Soren Podhradsky 2. Finn Taylor

    12:00pm PST-1 Conservatory Piano Solo-Studies, Grade 1 1. Carter Noskeye-Rocco

    12:00pm PCC-1 Conservatory Piano Solo-Contemporary Repertoire, Grade 1 1. Crystal G. T. Chen 2. Carter Noskeye-Rocco 3. James Fagan

    LUNCH

    1:45pm PCO-Jb Piano Solo-Contemporary Composers, Junior Level, 11 years and under (non-conservatory) 1. Georgia Sisson 2. Matthew Murdoch 3. Sophie Nancekievill 4. Levi Mansfield 5. Gracia Sharp 6. Savannah Ho 7. Buzz March 8. Phynn Kennedy 9. Atticus Kennedy

    2:30pm PBA-5 Conservatory Piano Solo-Baroque Repertoire, Grade 5 1. Madeline Barks

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    9:30am PCC-2 Conservatory Piano Solo-Contemporary Repertoire, Grade 2 1. Maria Bailey 2. Levi Mansfield 3. Micah Peysar 4. Finn Taylor

    9:50am PS-2 Piano Solo-Suzuki Piano, Book 2 1. Alaina Vandenberg 2. Jana Binns

    11:20am PST-2 Conservatory Piano Solo-Studies, Grade 2 1. Lucas Sharp 2. Crystal G. T. Chen 3. Abigail Keown 4. Micah Peysar 5. Megan Warner 6. Finn Taylor

    10:45am PST-4 Conservatory Piano Solo-Studies, Grade 4 1. Yiming Israel

    10:45am PCC-3 Conservatory Piano Solo-Contemporary Repertoire, Grade 3 1. Julian Van Iersel

    10:45am PST-3 Conservatory Piano Solo-Studies, Grade 3 1. Kaiya Robinson-Miller 2. Grace Liu

    10:15am PCG-3 Piano Solo-Concert Group, Grade 3 1. Noah Easton

    11:45am PCO-Ja Piano Solo-Contemporary Composers, Junior Level, 10 years and under (non-conservatory) 1. Joseph Szijarto 2. Indyana Bolyea 3. David Guller

    2:40pm PCC-4 Conservatory Piano Solo-Contemporary Repertoire, Grade 4 1. Grace Liu

    2:40pm PSA-a Piano Self Accompaniment With Singing, 10 years and under 1. Ner KPru

    2:15pm PRBJ-Be Piano Solo-Pop, Rock, Ragtime, Blues & Jazz, Beginner Level, 10 years and over 1. Sadie MacPhail 2. Hannah Goddard 3. Ava Low

    1:45pm PRBJ-Bd Piano Solo-Pop, Rock, Ragtime, Blues & Jazz, Beginner Level, 9 years and under 1. Ewan MacPhail 2. Gregory Laing 3. Jebediah Jenkins 4. Zachary Emons 5. Anna Vurma 6. Johnny Barks

    12:05pm PCAN-2 Piano Solo-Canadian Composers, Grade 2 1. Maria Bailey

    12:05pm PRBJ-Ja Piano Solo-Pop, Rock, Ragtime, Blues & Jazz, Junior Level, 10 years and under 1. Canyon Ferguson 2. Spencer Shropshire 3. David Guller

    2:40pm PCC-5 Conservatory Piano Solo-Contemporary Repertoire, Grade 5 1. Brooke Worsdell

    4:30pm PSR-5 Piano Solo-Sight Reading, Grade 5 1. Madeline Barks

    4:05pm PCC-8 Conservatory Piano Solo-Contemporary Repertoire, Grade 8 1. Connor Taylor

    4:05pm PCAN-7 Piano Solo-Canadian Composers, Grade 7 1. Anastasia Stevens

    4:05pm PCC-6 Conservatory Piano Solo-Contemporary Repertoire, Grade 6 1. Tobias McDonald

    3:30pm PCG-5 Piano Solo-Concert Group, Grade 5 1. Jazzy Mansfield 2. Megan Schoon

    3:00pm PRBJ-Jb Piano Solo-Pop, Rock, Ragtime, Blues & Jazz, Junior Level, 11 years and under 1. Georgia Sisson 2. Leo Martyn 3. Gavin Mink-Noble

    8:45pm PRO-O Conservatory Piano Solo-Romantic Era Repertoire, Open 1. Matthew Rieckenberg 2. Ross Love

    Tuesday, April 24th, 2018St. Pauls Centre Banquet Hall

    Piano

    BREAK

    9:00am PCO-Bd(A) Piano Solo-Contemporary Composers, Beginner Level, 9 years and under (non-conservatory) 1. Ellaina Murdoch 2. Benjamin Fishpool 3. Dominic Holland 4. Ewan MacPhail 5. Gregory Laing 6. Elijah Lemut 7. Grace Lemut 8. Victoria Barnett 9. Audrey Buchanan

    Wednesday, April 25th, 2018St. Pauls Centre Banquet Hall

    Piano

    BREAK

    LUNCH

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    Thursday, April 26th, 2018St. Pauls Centre Banquet Hall

    Piano

    9:40am PRBJ-Bc Piano Solo-Pop, Rock, Ragtime, Blues & Jazz-Beginner Level, 8 years and under** 1. Lily Nancekievill 2. Nicholas Christie 3. Evan Diana 4. Ryan Diana 5. Joseph Keisinger

    10:00am PCO-Ba(A) Piano Solo-Contemporary Composers,Beginner Level, 6 years and under (non-conservatory)** 1. Penelope Christie 2. Ava Shami 3. Jackson Wilson 4. Mia Alnazli 5. Trinity Russell 6. Sebastian Van Iersel 7. Maya Guller

    BREAK

    10:45am PCO-Bd(B) Piano Solo-Contemporary Composers, Beginner Level, 9 years and under (non-conservatory) 1. Chanelle Stinson 2. Banjamin Muir 3. Zoe Karayannides 4. Bianca Loquias 5. Ner KPru 6. Emma Cotter 7. Anna Vurma 8. Johnny Barks

    11:15am PCO-Jc Piano Solo-Contemporary Composers, Junior Level, 12 years and under (non-conservatory) 1. Madison Michell 2. Alaina Vandenberg 3. Addi Mccutcheon 4. Abigail Dallimore

    11:35am PRBJ-Jc Piano Solo-Pop, Rock, Ragtime, Blues & Jazz, Junior Level, 12 years and under 1. Delaney Zimmerman 2. Cole Crate

    11:35am PRBJ-Ib Piano Solo-Pop, Rock, Ragtime, Blues & Jazz, Intermediate Level, 14 years and under 1. Anastasia Stevens

    LUNCH

    1:00pm PRA-Bb Piano Solo with Pre-Recorded Accompaniment, Beginner Level, 10 years and under 1. Lucas Sharp

    1:00pm PRA-Jc Piano Pre-Recorded Accompaniment, Junior Level, 13 years and under 1. Grace Delawri

    1:20pm PCO-Be Piano Solo-Contemporary Composers, Beginner Level, 10 years and over (non-conservatory) 1. Jaden Bechthold-Coon 2. Luca Dikiy 3. Tim Hekalow 4. Luke van Amelsvoort 6. Victoria Cotter 7. Ava Low 8. Erik Vurma 9. Erik Vurma

    2:00pm PL-1 Piano Solo-Later Beginner, 1st Year of Study 1. Megan Warner

    2:00pm PL-3 Piano Solo-Later Beginner, 3rd Year of Study 1. Hannah Goddard

    2:15pm PCO-Ib Piano Solo-Contemporary Composers, Intermediate Level, 14 years and under (non-conservatory) 1. Clare Dallimore

    2:15pm PCO-Sb Piano Solo-Contemporary Composers, Senior Level, 16 years and under (non-conservatory) 1. Brynn Chambers

    2:45pm PQ-5 Piano Solo-Quick Study, Grade 5 1. Madeline Barks

    9:30am PCO-Ba(B) Piano Solo-Contemporary Composers, Beginner Level, 6 years and under (non-conservatory)** 1. Madelyn MacCormack 2. Sadie Hamilton 3. Everett Black 4. Jace Black 5. Maya Favaro 6. Sarah Barks 7. Eden Eisses

    10:00am PCO-Bc(B) Piano Solo-Contemporary Composers, Beginner Level, 8 years and under (non-conservatory)** 1. Simone Spaeth 2. Sylvia Chabot 3. Avalyse Jefferies 4. Luke Crate 5. Leah Guller 6. Joseph Keisinger

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    10:25am PCO-Bb Piano Solo-Contemporary Composers, Beginner Level, 7 years and under (non-conservatory)** 1. Eliza Jane Jenkins 2. Aaron Paquin 3. Kaeya Anan Chhabra 4. Erica Volgmann 5. Conor Doherty 6. Finley Buchanan 7. Maya Karayannides 8. Claire Cotter

    11:45am PF-B Family Small Ensemble-Beginner Level** 1. Jana & Cora Binns 2. Cole & Atma Maharaj 3. Paige & Sarah Shigwadja 4. Bryson & Sarah Shigwadja 5. Sophie & Adam Hillyard 6. Liam Mayo & Sarah Mayo

    11:15am PCO-Bc(A) Piano Solo-Contemporary Composers, Beginner Level, 8 years and under (non-conservatory)** 1. Timothy Gilbert 2. Ally Smith 3. Isaac Cansino 4. Gabe Vessey 5. Holly Warner 6. Gabriel Van Iersel

    3. Ava & Tim-Ava Shami & Timothy Gilbert 4. Jade & Jasmine-Jade & Jasmine

    Coleman 5. Aaron & Isaac-Aaron Paquin &

    Isaac Cansino 6. Grand News Players-Noah Easton

    & Levi Mansfield

    2:40pm P2-J(B) Piano Duet-Junior Level 1. Grand News Players-Savannah

    Ho & Gracia Sharp 2. Jyllian & Jebediah Jenkins 3. Jacob Audia & Andrew Dilawri 4. Greyson Martyn & Kellan

    MacDonald 5. Natalie & Sadie Smith

    2:40pm P2-S Piano Duet-SeniorLevel 1. Brynn Chambers & Priscilla Tran

    BREAK

    3:30pm PPR-8 Conservatory Piano Solo-Post Romantic Repertoire, Grade 8 1. Connor Taylor

    3:30pm PCC-9 Conservatory Piano Solo-Contemporary Repertoire, Grade 9 1. Luke Carter

    3:30pm PST-9 Conservatory Piano Solo-Studies, Grade 9 1. Luke Carter

    4:00pm PST-10 Conservatory Piano Solo-Studies, Grade 10 1. Audrey Rieckenberg 2. Jaiden McDonald

    4:00pm PST-O Conservatory Piano Solo-Studies, Open 1. Matthew Rieckenberg

    1:30pm PCO-Jd Piano Solo-Contemporary Composers, Junior Level, 13 years and over (non-conservatory) 1. Kyra Schefter 2. Jade Coleman 3. Natalie Smith 4. Grace Eisses 5. Hana Eisses

    2:05pm P2-J(A) Piano Duet-Junior Level 1. Leo Martyn & Georgia Sisson 2. The Murdochs-Matthew & Ellaina

    Murdoch

    BREAK

    LUNCH

    4:15pm PMC-A(a) Piano Solo-Master Class 1. Audrey Rieckenberg

    DINNER

    7:00pm PPR-10 Conservatory Piano Solo-Post Romantic Repertoire, Open 1. Kate Love 2. Audrey Rieckenberg 3. Jaiden McDonald

    7:00pm PPR-O Conservatory Piano Solo-Post Romantic Repertoire, Open 1. Matthew Rieckenberg

    7:30pm PCC-10 Conservatory Piano Solo-Contemporary Repertoire, Grade 10 1. Audrey Rieckenberg 2. Kate Love

    7:30pm PCC-O Conservatory Piano Solo-Contemporary Repertoire, Open 1. Matthew Rieckenberg

    7:30pm PRBJ-Sc Piano Solo-Pop, Rock, Ragtime, Blues & Jazz, Senior Level 1. Ross Love

    8:00pm PMC-A(b) Piano Solo-Master Class 1. Matthew Rieckenberg

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    Creative MusicLocation: St. James Anglican Church, Stubley Auditorium

    Adjudicator: Susan GriesdaleAdjudicator Liaison: Don Haskins

    Saturday, April 28th, 2018

    The Creative Music classes give the opportunity for the participants to present their own composi t ions for any combination of instruments and/or voice.

    No marks or standings are assigned in this Division. Each participant in the Creative Music Division will receive a comment sheet and certificate of participation.

    will be presented to the participants immediately following the adjudicators remarks at the end of each class.

    After the adjudicator has heard and assessed the participants, the adjudicator may recommend some of the participants for a trophy. The trophies will be presented at the Festival Encores on Tuesday,

    May 15th, 2018 at 7:30 p.m. at Orillia Opera House.

    Note: The use of any type of cameras, video cameras (including cell phones), or any recording equipment is prohibited during the Festival classes and adjudications at any of the Festival locations.

    In those classes marked with ** neither marks nor standings will be awarded.

    10:00am CR-a Creative Music-6 years and under** 1. Lyvia Fager 2. Lily Robbins 3. Insha Yirani

    10:20am CR-b(A) Creative Music-8 years and under** 1. Evan Diana 2. Ryan Diana 3. Cole Maharaj 4. Abby Wesley

    Saturday, April 28th, 2018Creative Music

    LUNCH

    1:30pm CR-e Creative Music-14 years and under** 1. Kyra Schefter 2. Jade Coleman 3. Jesse Litrell 4. Aiden Gaebel

    1:50pm CR-h Creative Music-19 years and over** 1. Ross Love

    10:20am CR-b(B) Creative Music-8 years and under** 1. Evelynn Fager 2. Shanya Sturrup 3. Elissa Mayo 4. Stephen Mei

    11:40am CR-d Creative Music-12 years and under** 1. Sophie Nancekievill 2. Buzz March 3. Victoria Cotter 4. Ava Low

    11:15am CR-c Creative Music-10 years and under** 1. Dominic Cansino 2. Audrey Buchanan 3. Indyana Bolyea 4. Ayden Wesley

  • 23Orillia Kiwanis Music Festival 2018

    School & Community Brass & WoodwindLocation: St. Pauls Centre, Great Hall

    Adjudicator: Sharon FitzsimminsAdjudicator Liaison: Susan Waite

    Monday, April 30th and Tuesday, May 1st, 2018

    Each participant will receive a comment sheet from the adjudicator and a certificate which will award a specific standing.Gold..........a mark of 85 or higherSilver...........a mark of 80 to 84Bronze............a mark of 75 to 79 Or Participant

    The certificates and adjudication sheets will be presented to the participants

    immedia te ly f o l l ow ing the o ra l adjudication of the class or group of classes. There can be several of the same standings awarded in each class. Trophies will be awarded to outstanding participants at the adjudicators discretion. Trophies will be presented at the Festival Encores on Tuesday, May 15th, 2018 at 7:30 p.m. at Orillia Opera House.

    Note: The use of any type of cameras, video cameras (including cell phones), or any recording equipment is prohibited during the Festival classes and adjudications at any of the Festival locations.

    The test piece in all classes in this division is the Own Choice of the participant.

    St. Pauls Centre, Great HallMonday, April 30th, 2018

    Brass & Woodwind

    9:30am SIW-E2 Elementary School Woodwind Solo-Second Year 1. Megan Schoon

    9:30am S12-EJ Elementary School Woodwind Duet-Junior Level, Grade 6 1. Jaden Bechthold-Coon & Linzi

    Simcoe 2. Leah Noganosh & Harper Keetch 3. Lilly Simcoe & Laryssa Keetch-King

    9:30am I-E Elementary School Woodwind Ensemble 1. Mnjikaning Kendaaswin Elementary

    School Grade 6 Woodwind Class

    10:10am S12-ES Elementary School Woodwind Duet-Senior Level, Grade 8 and under 1. Laurel Van Pypen & Severyn Dahlke 2. MKES Grade 7 Woodwind Duet-

    Marcus Snache & Aiden Shilling 3. MKES Grade 7 Woodwind Duet-

    Charlotte Snache & LexaniHeighington

    4. MKES Grade 8 Woodwind Duet-Gabriana Snache & Chanelle Snache

    10:40am S12W-E Elementary School Woodwind-Workshop 1. Laurel Van Pypen & Severyn Dahlke

    BREAK

    11:15am I-E Ensembles-Elementary School 1. Mnjikaning Kendaaswin Elementary

    School Junior Band 2. Couchiching Heights Junior Band 3. Mnjikaning Kendaaswin Elementary

    School Senior Band 4. Couchiching Heights Intermediate

    Band

    LUNCH

    1:30pm I-E Ensembles-Elementary Schools 1. Orillia Christian School 2. Harriett Todd Public School Band 3. Regent Park Band

    2:30pm IW-E Elementary School Workshop 1. Regent Park Band

    BREAK

    3:05pm AB-S Brass Solo-Adult 1. Doug Moore

    3:05pm B-B Brass Solo-Beginner, First Year of Study 1. Timothy Gilbert 2. Matthew Skuta

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    3:35pm W-B1 Woodwind Solo-Non-Graded, First Year of Study 1. Logan Gill 2. Zachary Zirger

    3:35pm W-B2 Woodwind Solo-Non-Graded, Second Year of Study 1. Zachary Zirger

    3:35pm W-14 Woodwind Solo-Non-Graded, 14 years and under 1. Zachary Zirger

    3:35pm W-O Woodwind Solo-Non-Graded, Adult, Advanced Level 1. Hugh Coleman

    3:35pm W2-O Woodwind Duet-Open, Advanced Level 1. Hugh Coleman & Ken McDonald

    St. Pauls Centre, Great HallTuesday, May 1st, 2018

    Brass & Woodwind

    9:30am SIR-E1 Elementary School Recorder Solo, First Year of Training 1. Quinn Simcoe 2. Kaelyn McDonald

    9:30am S12R-E1 Elementary School Recorder Duet-Grade 6 and under 1. Jordan Diana & Julia Scavuzzo

    9:30am S15R-E1 Elementary School Recorder Quintet-Grade 6 and under 1. Ryan Diana, Evan Diana, Olivia

    Ragazzon, Noah Hewitt & AndrusRobertson

    10:00am S12R-EJ Elementary School Recorder Duet-Junior Level, Grade 4 and under 1. Jacob Bagley & Kiara Sharpe 2. Serenity Noganosh & Eden Deleary

    10:00am S15R-EJ Elementary School Recorder Quintet-Grade 4 and under 1. Taran Randhawa, Talib Dharssi,

    Maxine Stieben, Dominic Hewitt &Luke Crate

    10:00am S12R-ES Elementary School Recorder Duet-Grade 8 and under 1. Sasha Wheeler & Cole Crate

    10:30am IR-E Elementary School Recorder Ensemble 1. Mnjikaning Kendaaswin Elementary

    School Grade 3 Recorder Class 2. Keystone Montessori Recorder

    Ensemble

    BREAK

    11:15am I-E Elementary School Brass Ensemble 1. Mnjikaning Kendaaswin Elementary

    School Grade 5 Brass Class

    11:15am S12-EJ Elementary School-Brass Duet, Grade 6 and under 1. Taylor Simcoe & Layton Assance 2. Tyson Higgs-Shilling & Austin

    Gardiner

    11:15am S13-EJ Elementary School-Brass Trio, Grade 6 and under 1. Taylor Simcoe, Natalie York & Jayla

    Tost

    11:15am SIB-E1 Elementary School Brass Solo-First Year 1. Tyson Higgs-Shilling 2. Hiland Monague

    11:15am SIB-E2 Elementary School Brass Solo-Second Year 1. Tabitha Simcoe-Kim

  • 25Orillia Kiwanis Music Festival 2018

    School UkuleleLocation: St. Pauls Centre, Great Hall

    Adjudicator: Sharon FitzsimminsAdjudicator Liaison: Leesa Love

    Wednesday, May 2nd, 2018

    Each participant will receive a comment sheet from the adjudicator and a certificate which will award a specific standing.Gold...............a mark of 85 or higherSilver................a mark of 80 to 84Bronze................a mark of 75 to 79 Or Participant

    The certificates and adjudication sheets will be presented to the participants immedia te ly f o l l ow ing the o ra l adjudication of the class or group of

    classes. There can be several of the same standings awarded in each class.

    Trophies will be awarded to outstanding participants at the adjudicators discretion. Trophies will be presented at the Festival Encores on Tuesday, May 15th, 2018 at 7:30 p.m. at Orillia Opera House.

    Note: The use of any type of cameras,video cameras (including cell

    phones), or any recording equipment is prohibited during the Festival classes and adjudications at any of the Festival locations.

    The test piece in all classes in this division is the Own Choice of the participant. Primary Level: Kindergarten to Grade 3Junior Level: Grades 4 to 6Intermediate Level: Grades 7 & 8

    Wednesday, May 2nd, 2018St. Pauls Centre Great Hall

    School Instrumental

    In those classes marked with ** neither marks nor standings will be awarded.

    10:00am UKP-le** School Ukulele-Large Ensemble, Primary Level 1. Notre Dame Catholic School 2. Monsignor Lee Catholic School 3. Mnjikaning Ukulele Band

    10:45am UKJ-s School Ukulele Solo-Junior Level 1. Marley Catania

    10:45am UKJ-se School Ukulele-Small Ensemble, Junior Level 1. W. R. Best Memorial Public School

    (Lauren Dobson & Alex Duffin) 2. W. R. Best Memorial Public School

    (Maddie Martynyshyn, ReaganThistlewaite, Avery James & AliMcCurdy)

    3. W. R. Best Memorial Public School(Reece Skilton & Marcia Bax)

    4. Orillia Christian School

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    11:30am UKJ-le School Ukulele-Large Ensemble, Junior Level 1. Notre Dame Catholic School 2. Harriett Todd Public School

    3. Monsignor Lee Catholic School 4. W. R. Best Memorial Public School -

    Junior, 1st Year of Playing 5. W. R. Best Memorial Public School -

    Junior, 2-3 Years of Playing

    12:30pm UKI-s School Ukulele Solo-Intermediate Level 1. Anastasia Stevens

    12:30pm UKI-se School Ukulele-Small Ensemble, Intermediate Level 1. Uke Girls-Jade Coleman, Emma

    Streefkerk & Jaylon Thompson 2. W. R. Best Memorial Public School -

    Bella McCurdy & Anastasis Stevens 3. W. R. Best Memorial Public School -

    Brooke Worsdell, Anastasia Stevens& Owen Anderson

  • 26 Orillia Kiwanis Music Festival 2018

    School Choirs & VocalLocation: St. Pauls Centre, Great Hall

    Adjudicator: Lesley AndrewAdjudicator Liaison: Norma Tangney

    Thursday, May 3rd & Friday, May 4th, 2018

    Each participating choir or ensemble is to perform two Own Choice selections for each class unless otherwise specified.

    Junior grade level and older choirs and ensembles in these classes will receive a comment sheet and a mark from the adjudicator with an award certificate indicating a standing according to the following scale of marks:Gold standing.......85 marks or higherSilver standing........80 marks or higher

    Bronze standing..........75 marks or higher Or Participant

    Primary grade level and younger classes will receive a comment sheet from the adjudicator and a Participation certificate. **No marks or standings will be awarded in these classes.

    The certificates and adjudication sheets will be presented to the participants immedia te ly f o l l ow ing the o ra l adjudication of each class.

    A trophy may also be awarded at the adjudicators discretion. Trophies will be presented at the Festival Encores on Tuesday, May 15th, 2018 at 7:30 p.m. at Orillia Opera House.

    Note: The use of any type of cameras, video cameras (including cell phones), or any recording equipment is prohibited during the Festival classes and adjudications at any of the Festival locations.

    Thursday, May 3rd, 2018St. Pauls Centre Great Hall

    School Choirs & School Vocal Solos (Untrained Voices)

    In those classes marked with ** neither marks nor standings will be awarded.

    9:30am SVC-EF Elementary School French Language 1. Les Petits Chanteurs de Samuel-de-

    Champlain School

    9:30am SVC-WJK-g Classroom Choir-Grade 7/8 1. Guthrie Public School - Guthrie

    Groove

    9:30am SVC-WJK-e Classroom Choir-Grade 5/6 1. Samuel-de-Champlain School

    9:30am SVC-WJK-c Classroom Choir-Grade 3/4** 1. Samuel-de-Champlain School

    11:35am SVC-WJK-b Classroom Choir-Grade 2/3** 1. Samuel-de-Champlain School 2. Samuel-de-Champlain School

    11:35am SVC-WP Elementary School Primary Choir-Grades 1 to 3** 1. Brechin Public School Primary Choir

    LUNCH

    10:30am SV1U-f Elementary School Vocal Solo- Own Choice Grade 6 and under 1. Camille Crawford 2. Naomi Couture-Gagnon 3. Lillian Lawlor-MacDonald 4. Denison Elliott 5. Brooklyn Knight

    BREAK

    11:15am SVC-WKP Kindergarten/Primary Choir and/or Rhythm Band** 1. Mnjikaning Junior Kindergarten 2. Mnjikaning Senior Kindergarten

    11:35am SVC-WJK-a Classroom Choir-Grade 1/2** 1. Samuel-de-Champlain School 2. Mnjikaning Grade 1 Class

    1:30pm SVC-WI Elementary School Intermediate Choir-Grade 8 and under 1. Brechin Public School 2. Guthrie Public School- Guthrie

    Groove 3. Mnjikaning Kendaaswin Elementary

    School Choir

  • 27Orillia Kiwanis Music Festival 2018

    2:30pm SV1U-a Elementary School Vocal Solo-Untrained Voice Grade 1 and under** 1. Olivier Hilts-Lesprance 2. Alexander Tass 3. Adyson Nathan 4. Matthieu Lapointe 5. Madelaine Thibault 6. Mai Alnazli 7. Ellery Montgomery 8. Cora Law 9. Helika Lesprance 10. Andranne Gill 11. Lucas Boulianne

    3:45pm SV1U-b Elementary School Vocal Solo-Untrained Voice-Grade 2 and under** 1. DeeAnna Wadsworth 2. Erica Volgmann 3. Avery Smith 4. Maelle Bouchard 5. Emma MacKillop 6. Zoe Leboeuf 7. Isla Murray 8. Elissa Mayo 9. Annabella Crawford 10. Nadine Ackert

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    St. Pauls Centre, Great HallFriday, May 4th, 2018School Vocal Classes

    9:30am SV1U-c Elementary School Vocal Solo-Grade 3 and under** 1. Caroline Jean 2. Simone Spaeth 3. Sloane Trainor 4. Belladonna Sheahan 5. Emile Hilts-Lesprance 6. Kinga Gyenge 7. Maria Bailey

    10:15am SV1U-d Elementary School Vocal Solo-Grade 4 and under** 1. William Nunnenmacher 2. Tristan McPhee 3. Lenna Elliott 4. Claire Champagne 5. Jasper Holenski 6. Infiniti Landry

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    11:15am SV1U-e Elementary School Vocal Solo-Grade 5 and under 1. Isabelle McPhee 2. Mikaelle Rice 3. Danielle Boken 4. Addison Ayers 5. Samantha Cot

    11:15am SV1U-g Elementary School Vocal Solo-Grade 8 and under 1. Tabitha Simcoe-Kim

    11:15am SV2U-c Elementary School Vocal Duet-Grade 8 and under 1. Tabitha Simcoe-Kim & Trinity Stinson

    Note: This session will be immed i a t e l y f o l l owed by a Community Drama Choral Speaking class at 11:45 a.m. See page 28 for specific details.

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  • 28 Orillia Kiwanis Music Festival 2018

    Community Vocal & Drama/Speech ArtsLocation: St. Pauls Centre, Great Hall

    Adjudicator: Lesley AndrewAdjudicator Liaison: Norma Tangney

    Wednesday, May 2nd & Friday, May 4th, 2018

    Each participating choir or ensemble is to perform two Own Choice selections for each class unless otherwise specified.

    Junior grade level and older choirs and ensembles in these classes will receive a comment sheet and a mark from the adjudicator with an award certificate indicating a standing according to the following scale of marks:Gold standing.......85 marks or higherSilver standing........80 marks or higher

    Bronze standing..........75 marks or higher Or Participant

    Primary grade level and younger classes will receive a comment sheet from the adjudicator and a Participation certificate. **No marks or standings will be awarded in these classes.

    The certificates and adjudication sheets will be presented to the participants immedia te ly f o l l ow ing the o ra l adjudication of each class.

    A trophy may also be awarded at the adjudicators discretion. Trophies will be presented at the Festival Encores on Tuesday, May 15th, 2018 at 7:30 p.m. at Orillia Opera House.

    Note: The use of any type of cameras, video cameras (including cell phones), or any recording equipment is prohibited during the Festival classes and adjudications at any of the Festival locations.

    7:00pm VP-a Pop, Rock, Jazz and Blues-10 years and under 1. Zoe Roe

    7:00pm VP-c Pop, Rock, Jazz and Blues-14 years and under 1. Samantha Stong

    7:00pm VP-f Pop, Rock, Jazz and Blues-Any Voice 1. Jocelyn Druer

    7:20pm VBM-c Songs from Broadway and Movies-10 years and under 1. Hope Marlee Anderson 2. Molly Macmillan 3. Sloane Mills 4. Drew Van Aspert 5. Peyton Carter

    7:40pm VBM-d Songs from Broadway and Movies-12 years and under 1. Brianna Wilson 2. Abigail Dallimore 3. Nastazja Soczka 4. Aalia Majid

    St. Pauls Centre, Great HallWednesday, May 2nd, 2018Community Vocal Classes

    8:05pm VBM-e Songs from Broadway and Movies-14 years and under 1. Brianna Wilson 2. Sierra Ashton 3. Samantha Stong 4. Abigayle Bozek 5. Grace Barks

    8:05pm VBM-g Songs from Broadway and Movies-16 years and under 1. Elizabeth Sheldon 2. Abigayle Bozek

    8:05pm VBM-i Songs from Broadway and Movies-18 years and under 1. Elizabeth Sheldon

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    9:15pm VFL-f Vocal Solo-Foreign Language, Open, Any Voice 1. Amanda Bowes

    9:15pm VGF-8 Vocal Graded Solo-Female, Grade 8 1. Amanda Bowes

    9:15pm VMB-k Songs from Broadway and Movies-Open, Male or Female 1. Amanda Bowes

    St. Pauls Centre, Great HallFriday, May 4th, 2018

    Community Drama Division

    11:45am DSC-O Choral Speaking-Group Class 1. Students of Express Yourself

    Performing Arts

    St. Pauls Centre, Great HallFriday, May 4th, 2018

    Community Vocal

    1:00pm VGF-1 Vocal Graded Solo-Female, Grade 1 1. Mya Muise 2. Ava Briggs 3. Lily Robbins 4. Sloane Mills 5. Drew Van Aspert 6. Aaila Majid

    1:20pm VBM-a Songs from Broadway and Movies-6 years and under** 1. Lily Robbins

    1:20pm VBM-b Songs from Broadway and Movies-8 years and under** 1. Ava Briggs 2. Rebecca Emons 3. Shanya Sturrup

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    1:40pm VGF-2 Vocal Graded Solo-Female, Grade 2 1. Christie Binns 2. Nastazja Soczka 3. Ner KPru

    1:40pm VGF-3 Vocal Graded Solo-Female, Grade 3 1. Hope Marlee Anderson

    1:40pm VGF-5 Vocal Graded Solo-Female, Grade 5 1. Grace Barks

    1:40pm VGF-6 Vocal Graded Solo-Female, Grade 6 1. Courtney Duckett

    2:10pm VS-c Vocal Solo-Sacred, 14 years and under 1. Grace Barks

    2:10pm VQ-a Vocal Solo-Quick Study, 14 years and under 1. Grace Barks

    2:25pm VF-e Vocal Solo-Concert Repertoire, Female, 14 years and under 1. Grace Barks

    2:25pm V2-b Vocal Duet-14 years and under 1. Clare & Abigail Dallimore

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    3:00pm VFL-a Vocal Solo-Foreign Language, 10 years and under 1. Hope Marlee Anderson

    3:00pm VFL-c Vocal Solo-Foreign Language, 14 years and under 1. Tabitha Simcoe-Kim 2. Grace Barks

    3:00pm VFL-d Vocal Solo-Foreign Language, 16 years and under 1. Courtney Duckett

    3:30pm VFS-a Vocal Solo-Folk Song, 10 years and under 1. Peyton Carter

    3:30pm VFS-b Vocal Solo-Folk Song, 12 years and under 1. Christie Binns 2. Abigail Dallimore

    3:30pm VFS-d Vocal Solo-Folk Song, 16 years and under 1. Courtney Duckett

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