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  • ADMISSION FEES: Weekly Pass $12.00 12 & under no charge

    (Covers the 2 weeks of festival)

    Per Session $ 2.00 12 & under no charge

    Concerts $ 5.00 12 & under no charge

    Please Note: concert fees are not included in the weekly pass

    Scheduled times for each class are approximate only. Please arrive at least 15 minutes before your scheduled performance

    time. If the sessions are running ahead we can begin your

    scheduled class 15 minutes earlier.

    Absolute silence is required during performances Cell phones and pagers must be turned off The public may not enter of leave while a performer is on the

    platform.

    The use of cameras, video phones, video cameras, and tape recorders (phones) are not allowed. These items may cause a

    distraction for the performers, adjudicators, and the audience.

    NO FOOD OR DRINK (COFFEE!) allowed in the venues PHOTOCOPIES of music not permitted SHOES: Spike heels are not allowed on the performance

    stages as they make marks, especially on hardwood floors.

    AWARDS CONCERT, TUESDAY, MAY 10TH

    , 2016

    Park Royal United Church, 11 Christie Drive, Parkdale, PEI

    6:00pm and 8:00pm

    ROSEBOWL COMPETITION, FRIDAY, MAY 6TH

    , 2016

    Dr. Steel Recital Hall, University of Prince Edward Island

    6:30pm and 8:00pm

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    FRANCES MCBURNIE President, PEIKMFA

    It is a pleasure to welcome the participants to another

    wonderful Music Festival experience. I certainly wish that each of you

    has "personal bests" and that you learn something, too. Each year there

    are hundreds of wonderful performances, each is very special in its

    own way.

    I welcome our skilled adjudicators, and thank them for their careful

    listening, and their helpful advice. I hope they have a little spare time to

    appreciate this beautiful Island.

    The Prince Edward Island Kiwanis Music Festival depends on scores of

    people for its success. I offer humble thanks to the teachers for the

    conscientious preparation, the parents for support in many ways, the

    co-ordinators and committees from each local festival, the numerous

    volunteers who work at each session, and the generous donors for

    their support.

    May we all have a glorious time!

    Frances McBurnie, President

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  • QUEENS COUNTY MUSIC FESTIVAL

    Affiliated with the Federation of Canadian Music Festivals and the Prince

    Edward Island Kiwanis Music Festival Association

    Under the guidance of the management of the

    Queens County Music Festival Executive.

    Coordinator Kay Linkletter

    Treasurer Norma Mossey

    Recording Secretary Kathleen MacDonald

    Volunteer Coordinators Brenda Matusiewicz

    Sue Irvine

    Gertrude DeBoer

    Publicity

    Donations & Scholarships Kay Linkletter

    Program Kay Linkletter

    Norma Mossey

    Sue Irvine

    Grievence Committee Festival Committee

    Grievances must be in writing to:

    Queens County Music Festival

    133 Nassau Street

    Charlottetown, PEI

    C1A 2W8

    Our sincere thanks to the music teachers who have prepared children for the

    2016 Queens County Annual Music Festival.

    We acknowledge and thank all the volunteers who

    help in very important ways. Without our dedicated

    volunteers the festival would not happen.

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    THE KIWANIS CLUB OF CHARLOTTETOWN

    "The Kiwanis Club of Charlottetown is a very generous sponsor to our

    festival association. Each festival receives a portion of the funds

    directly; as well, they provide the majority of the money required to

    stage the provincial competition each year. All festivals owe them

    gratitude for their annual support, and we thank them."

    DONATING AEROPLAN POINTS FOR

    NATIONAL FESTIVAL COMPETITORS

    "We appreciate the many ways our supporters help to make our

    festival a success. Another way we would like you to consider could be

    a donation of Aeroplan points or Airmiles, which you may not have use

    for. The National festival body also has an Airmiles program, and

    purchases could be made using that number, available from our

    festival coordinator.

    Four years ago, a festival friend donated enough Aeroplan points to

    send our three national competitors to Montreal, at no cost to us! As

    you can see, donating Air Miles or Aeroplan points could be very

    helpful; with this year's national competition taking place in

    Edmonton,Alta. such donations could make a big difference

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  • QUEENS COUNTY MUSIC FESTIVAL

    ASSOCIATION ACKNOWLEDGES

    WITH GRATITUDE THE CONTRIBUTION OF THE FOLLOWING

    Queens County Music Festival Association is grateful for the

    ongoing support from individuals and business in the

    community. We are thankful for the willing volunteers who

    help each year; without them there would not be a festival.

    Thank you to the following Institutions for

    providing venues for the festival sessions.

    The Music Department

    University of Prince Edward Island

    Queen Charlotte Intermediate School

    Park Royal United Church

    "Music does bring people together.

    It allows us to experience the same emotions.

    People everywhere are the same in heart

    and spirit.No matter what language we speak,

    what color we are, the form of our politics

    or the expression of our love and our faith,

    music proves: We are the same."

    ~ John Denver ~

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    Thank you for your generosity

    QUEENS COUNTY MUSIC FESTIVAL

    ASSOCIATION ACKNOWLEDGES

    WITH GRATITUDE THE CONTRIBUTION OF THE FOLLOWING.

    The Music Department at U.P.E.I.

    Miss Susan Stensch, UPEI Music Department

    P.E.I.M.F.A. Music Selection Committee

    Park Royal United Church

    Spring Park United Church

    Queen Charlotte Intermediate School

    All volunteers

    All participants

    The adjudicators

    Our sponsors

    All financial contributors.

    IN MEMORIAL DONATIONS

    Ralph Manning. Donated by Kay Linkletter

    Fred Hughes Donated by Kay Linkletter

    Wihelmina Willy Tersteeg Donated by Kay Linkletter

    Elise Hiscott Donated by Leslie Hiscott

    Tim Mossey Friends of Tim Mossey

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  • FESTIVAL FINANCIAL SUPPORTERS

    SPONSORS: $1,000 or more

    Dr. Regis & Joan Duffy

    Tims Crane Service Inc.

    BENEFACTOR: $500.00 or more

    Margaret Dumont & Elizabeth Bushell (M. Al Martin Scholarship)

    Maritime Electric a Fortis Company

    The PEI Registered Music Teachers' Association

    Hyndman Insurance Co. Limited

    PATRONS: $250.00 or more

    The Rotary Club of Charlottetown Royalty Inc. (The Breakfast Club)

    Vesey's Seeds Ltd. (The Arthur Vesey Memorial Scholarship)

    The Rotary Club of Charlottetown (Audrey Gillis Award)

    City of Charlottetown

    James Chen

    DONOR: $100.00 or more

    Hubert Tersteeg

    Linkletter Engineering Inc.

    Kay Linkletter

    H.L. Sear Insurance Limited

    Valerie MacKenzie

    Long & McQuade (Gift Certificates)

    Friends of Louise Pritchard

    RBC Wealth Management Dominion Securities

    P.E.I. Credit Union

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    DONOR: $50.00 or more

    Kathleen MacDonald

    Beta Sigma Phi Laureate Chapter

    Jane Naylor

    The Royal Edward Chapter, IODE

    Sue and Greg Irvine

    T. Daniel Tweel

    FRIENDS: $25.00 or more Alpha

    York Women's Institute Spring

    Vale Women's Institute North

    Milton Women's Institute

    ADVERTISEMENTS

    Linkletter Music Studio (Lori Linkletter)

    Top Hat Productions

    P.E.I. Registered Music Teachers Association

    Thank you all for your continued support of the Festival

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  • FIONA JANE WOOD Piano

    Originally from Ottawa, Fiona Jane Wood is a Toronto based pianist who is in demand both as a solo and collaborative artist. Ms. Wood champions both the standard and contemporary repertoire and has premiered several solo and chamber works across Canada. She holds an ARCT from the Royal Conservatory of Music, and was awarded several scholarships in her post secondary education. Ms. Wood holds degrees from McGill University, University of Toronto and the Glenn Gould School in both Piano Performance and Pedagogy. Ms Wood has studied at the Banff School of Fine Arts, the Orford Arts Centre and the Adamant School. Principal teachers include Sandra Webster, Tom Plaunt and Marietta Orlov. Ms. Wood has performed in master classes for celebrated musicians that include Andr Laplante, Angela Hewitt, Jane Coop, John Perry and Marc Durand. She has recently given recitals at the McMichael Gallery of Ontario, Gallery 345, The Canadian Music Centre, the Richard Bradshaw Ampitheatre at the Canadian Opera Company, and the Arts and Letters club of Toronto. She is member of TENT ensemble which performs both standard and contemporary music. In spring of 2013, TENT was invited to perform in the Toronto Music Gallery series entitled "Emergents", which features new and exciting artists. The chamber group recently made their NYC debut. Ms. Wood combines her love of perfor

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