Stars of the Festival Concert
Stars of the Festival Virtual Concert April 16, 2021 7pm
Lethbridge & District Music & Speech Arts Festival Society Board of Directors Sandy Brunelle - President Breeanne Fuller - Vice-President Majda Pahulje - Treasurer Val Lazaretto - Secretary Tanya Arnold
Barb Hignell Lynden Hutchinson Karen Kay Dawn Leite Elizabeth Nevels
Megan Wittig - General Manager
To encourage artistic growth through amateur performance in the community
Cultivate a lifelong appreciation for music and speech arts
Lethbridge & District Music & Speech Arts Festival Society #4B, 740 4 Avenue South Lethbridge, AB T1J 0N9 403.381.6512 lethmsf.org 2 | 90th Anniversary
The Lethbridge & District Music & Speech Arts Festival Society acknowledges Treaty 7 territory — the ancestral and traditional territory of the Blackfoot Confederacy: Kainai, Piikani and Siksika as well as the Tsuu T’ina First Nation and Stoney Nakoda First Nation. We acknowledge the many First Nations, Métis and Inuit whose footsteps have marked these lands for generations. We are grateful for the traditional Knowledge Keepers and Elders who are still with us today and those who have gone before us. We recognize the land as an act of reconciliation and gratitude to those whose territory we reside on or are visiting.
Save the Date 2022 Music and Speech Arts Festival March 28-April 9, 2022
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Endowment Fund LETHBRIDGE AND DISTRICT MUSIC AND SPEECH ARTS FESTIVAL SOCIETY ENDOWMENT FUND (as of January 31, 2021) Established in 2005 by the Kiwanians and managed by Community Foundation of Lethbridge and Southwestern Alberta, to provide a source of permanent funding for the Festival’s operational expenses. It is the intention of the Society to maintain the principal and only access the revenue generated by the Fund. Donors wishing to support this project can contact any Board Member or the Festival Office.
PRESIDENTS CLUB (GOLD) $100,000 and up
PRESIDENTS CLUB (SILVER) $25,000 - $50,000
PRESIDENTS CLUB(BRONZE) $10,000 - $24,999
Kiwanis Club of Lethbridge
Lethbridge B’nai Brith J.K. Bigelow Vista Radio Ltd-CKBD FM
Lethbridge Musical Theatre Lethbridge Iron Works
BENEFACTOR (GOLD) $8,000 - $9,999
BENEFACTOR (SILVER) $6,000 - $7,999
BENEFACTOR (BRONZE) $5,000 - 5,999
Russell, Frank & Katherine Robin, Keith & Jean
Eldon, Harry & Bernice Pahulje Enterprises Ltd. Dys, Keith & Ellie (Enercon)
Fosbender, Judy & Joe Rogerson, Minda
PATRON (GOLD) $4,000 - $4,999
PATRON (SILVER) $3,000 - $3,999
PATRON (BRONZE) $2,000 - $2,999
Fogtmann, Sharon & Paul Little, Marjorie D.
5 Singing Guys Graham, Margaret Jong, Gord & Elizabeth McHardy, Fran Mann, Dr. George Williams, Spencer Williams, Thomas
Hatt, Mr. & Mrs. Lloyd Davies, Barbara Harmer Family Endowment Fund Leam, Howe & Lina Cho Papworth, Richard
SPONSOR (GOLD) $1,500-$1,999
SPONSOR (SILVER) $1,000 - $1,499
SPONSOR (BRONZE) $750-$999
Bridge City Chorus Haney, Len Little, Neil G. Tenant, Dr. Howard Thompson, Bob & Ruth
Aucoin, Lisa CFP Avonlea Master Builder Carpenter, David & Cheryl Chapman, Harmon Day, Jim & Gaynel Kornelson, Menno & Hildy LaChance, Brian Lowings, Malcolm & Pahulje, Majda McCleary, Cecile & Charles Plumpton, Harold & Edna Rude, Fran Skelton, Bill & Eleanor S.T. Leong Holding Corp Walmart Canada Corp Community Grant Program Winter, Wayne & Wilma
Bayly, Ed & Linda Cranston, Leroy & Sharon
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SUSTAINER (GOLD) $600 - $749
SUSTAINER (SILVER) $450 - $599
SUSTAINER (BRONZE) $300 - $449
Gurr, Dwayne & Wendy Lethbridge Caterers Ltd. London Road Market Moyer, Dr. James & Elsbeth Saunders, Vic & Christine
Bertrand, Fran Bertrand, Ross Cannon-Walker, Sandra Cook, Robert & Elizabeth Davey, George 1st Choice Savings and Credit Hobgoblin Holdings Ltd. Low, Richard (Law Office) Network Business Services Palliser Regional Div. #26 Prantner, Carol Zeisler, Lieb (B’nai Brith)
Dunlop Ford Sales Elzinga, Auke & Ruth Harper, Dr Alex MacKay, Dr. Gillian McKillop Ins. Registry Oishi, Sylvia Pahulje, Bernadette Quon, Mary & Dick Rogers, Ken & Christine Stewart, Dr. Donald R.
SUPPORTER (GOLD) $250 - $299
SUPPORTER (SILVER) $150 - $249
BDO Dunwoody Hall, George Haig, Medical Stall Lazzaretto, Valeria Morrison, Dr. Allan & Kerry Palmer, Ollie & Bill TD Asset Management Wilson, Patricia Yanosik, Megan
Bainborough, Dr. R Beta Sigma Phi Preceptor Draffins Pharmasave Gogo, John Goodman, Greg Hironaka, Kristen & McNeil, Joan Johnson, Ralph & Carol Klassen, Glenn & Sandra
Simmons, Mr. & Mrs. Thrall, Ralph lll
SUPPORTER (BRONZE) $100 - $149 Allen, Judie Banfield, John Braden, Al Brown, Rolf Brunelle, Sandra Coward, G. Earl, Jenna; Enman, James Evdokimoff, Wally Glaser-Clime, Catherine Goettel, Mark
Goodfellow, Joel Greenlee T. Haig, Joan Holy Spirit ATA #5 Hutchinson, Shirley Johnson, David KPMG LeFranc, Anne Leth. Comm. Fdn. Lomas, George Nelson, Margaret
Park Meadows School Pigeau, E.J. Rogers Comm. Inc. Soroka, Fran Swales, Lois United Way Vazari, George Vazari, Rita Wright, Tricia
LETHBRIDGE AND DISTRICT MUSIC AND SPEECH ARTS FESTIVAL SOCIETY Charitable BN #72757 5920 RR0001 Please consider supporting the Lethbridge Music Festival by making a donation to our Endowment Fund. Our recognition categories are listed above and will be printed yearly in our Festival Program and also listed on our web page. Donations can also be made through our web page www.lethmsf.org - just click on the "Donate" button. Cheques can be made payable to the above named Society and mailed or dropped off at our Festival Office: Suite 4B Professional Building - 740 - 4th Avenue S Lethbridge, Alberta T1J 0N9
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Program Allegro in G Major...................................................Johann Wilhelm Hassler (1564-1612) Jena Park, junior piano Der Arme Peter 1.................................................................... Robert Schumann (1810-1856) Nathan Morphis, junior voice Waltz in A-flat Major............................................................. Johannes Brahms (1833-1897) Keitaro Tatsuno, junior piano A Midsummer Night’s Dream............................... William Shakespeare (1564-1616) Rhiannon Kooy, speech Beginning’s End.........................................................................................David Oler David Oler, composition, piano Waltz in E minor........................................................................... Frederic Chopin (1810-1849) Steven Yang, piano Der Senna Heimweh.........................................Johann Wenzel Kalliwoda (1801-1866) Aaron Richardson, clarinet Alexandra Morgan, senior voice Daniel Kim, piano Hai gia vinta la causa…Vedro mentr’io sospiro .............. W.A. Mozart Le Nozze di Figaro (1756-1791) Tanner Lapointe, senior voice Suite 3: Sarabande and Gigue............................................................. J.S. Bach (1685-1750) Jane Eaton, cello
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Program Quia respexit..................................................................................................... J.S. Bach Magnificat (1685-1750) Sloan Smith, senior voice Accompanied by Greg Knight Afterglow ......................................................................................Masataro Tatsuno Masataro Tatsuno, composition, piano Poor Wand’ring One...................................................W.S. Gilbert (1836-1911) The Pirates of Penzance & Arthur Sullivan (1842-1900) Hannah Orr, senior voice Hamlet..................................................................................... William Shakespeare (1564-1616) Celine Man, speech Allemanda (Partita 1, BWV 1002)....................................................... J.S. Bach (1685-1750) Alayna McNeil, violin The Infant Paganini....................................................... Edward Mollenhauer (1827-1914) Cincia Secrist, violin Wynken, Blynken, and Nod ...................................................... Eugene Field (1850-1895) Kathleen Wu, speech Quel guardo il cavaliere.....................................................Gaetano Donizetti Don Pasquale (1791-1848) Alexandra Morgan, senior voice Accompanied by Joel Goodfellow Sonata (Op. 10, No. 1)................................................Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827) Charlie Eaton, senior piano
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SUPPORTERS OF CASH AWARDS & SCHOLARSHIPS+ FOR 2021 FESTIVAL Many thanks to the following annual donors who have, or will be contributing approximately $9,000 in cash and gift cards to outstanding Festival Performers from our 2021 Festival:
Lethbridge B’nai Brith and Lethbridge Hebrew Congregation Playgoers of Lethbridge Long & McQuade Musical Instruments The Graham - Williams Family The Music Court Barb and Greg Goodman Jean Robin Lethbridge Registered Music Teachers Association Kathryn Hinman Lethbridge Community Band Society Margaret and George Ney
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Allied Arts Council of Lethbridge W.G. Clarke Trust Fund* Rose Primachuk (in memory of) Progress Clothing Cornerstone Funeral Home Lethbridge Music Club Trust Fund* Jon Ackroyd Brian Thorlacius + Frances Hiscocks + Alberta Guild of English Handbell Ringers *Supported through the Community Foundation of Lethbridge and Southwestern Alberta
Rules Please refer to rules that are printed in the Provincial Syllabus Competitions shall be under the working management of the Festival Committee, and any questions of interpretation or of matters not dealt with in the rules shall be referred to the committee, whose decision in any such matters shall be final and binding on all concerned. Copies of selections must be supplied for the adjudicator in all classes, whether test pieces or own choice. PHOTOCOPIES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. BAR NUMBERS MUST ALSO BE MARKED. All selections that are awarded first in a class must be performed by memory. Exceptions are Music Composition, Creative Story Telling, Class 320 - String Solo - String and Keyboard Sonata - 1 Movement, Woodwind, Brass and Percussion. Note: Chamber groups and choirs (not choral speech choirs) may choose not to perform from memory. Standard Scale of Marks Superior: 90% or over Excellent: 85-89% Good: 80-84%
Important Notice All Master Trophies are the property of the Festival committee, and winners retain such trophies only for one year. Trophies must be returned before the opening day of the Festival. YOUR ATTENTION IS DIRECTED TO THE ADVERTISEMENTS AND DONATIONS OF OUR BUSINESS FRIENDS WHICH APPEAR IN THIS OFFICIAL PROGRAM.
Cash Awards and Scholarship Rules 1.
Scholarships are awarded by a Scholarship Committee which take into consideration. a.
Wishes of the donor or explicit trust conditions laid down by an endowment.
Marks achieved both in individual classes and total performances.
Recommendations and comments of the Adjudicators.
Scholarships are not necessarily awarded to those attaining the highest mark, but the winner must obtain a mark of 80, unless otherwise specified by the donor.
Any student, or group of students, may enter the Lethbridge and District Music and Speech Arts Festival. However, Scholarships and Awards (including provincial festival recommendations) given by the festival shall be restricted to entrants who reside within the boundaries described below, or to entrants who are taking music lessons from a recognized teacher who resides and teaches them within these same boundaries. Entrants who do not meet these restrictions will receive an adjudication only. The boundaries of the festival shall correspond to the Oldman River Regional Services Commission boundaries, which include the following areas: Municipal Districts of Ranchland, Pincher Creek, Crowsnest Pass, Willow Creek, and Taber; Counties of Vulcan, Lethbridge, Cardston, Newell and Warner; and the First Nations Reserves.
Scholarships may be withheld at the discretion of the Scholarship Committee.
The decisions of the Scholarship Committee are final.
Some scholarships can only be used to further a winner’s musical education or for purposes incidental to music education; i.e. purchase of instrument, travel, etc.
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LETHBRIDGE FESTIVAL ROSEBOWL Dale Bartlett, who passed away in January of 2014, was a distinguished Canadian pianist and provided the Rosebowl to the Kiwanis Music & Speech Arts Festival. He wanted to ensure that the top performer of the Festival received proper recognition. Mr. Bartlett was raised at Wilson Siding, Alberta. Initially he studied with Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. Beatrice Foster. After graduating from the Lethbridge Collegiate Institute, he received further musical education at the London School of Music as well as in Scotland. He appeared with CBC on numerous occasions; was a member of the One-Third Ninth during their early years of performing, and was a highly respected member of the Faculty of Music at McGill University. He held an honorary degree from the University of Lethbridge. The Rosebowl was first awarded in 1981. The winner of the Rosebowl receives a $1000 scholarship from the sponsor, Lethbridge B’nai Brith and Hebrew Congregation of Lethbridge.
ROSEBOWL WINNERS 1981 — Joanne Hiscocks 1982 — Betty Leister 1983 — Richard Coombs 1984 — Catherine Duff 1985 — Susan Schaffer 1986 — Rosalind Harvey 1987 — Heather Johnson 1988 — Geoffrey Lacny 1989 — Byron Beswick 1990 — Sasja Nieukerk 1991 — Adrian Kaufmann 1992 — Adrian Kaufmann 1993 — Barbara Longair 1994 — Stephen Ney 1995 — Dan Brimhall 1996 — Alycia Au 1997 — Alycia Au 1998 — Sarah Hagen 1999 — Sheila Christie 2000 — Erinn Evdokimoff
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2001 — Jill Yawney 2002 — Michael Lowings 2003 — McKade Hogg 2004 — Maria Noriega 2005 — Magdalena von Eccher 2006 — Emma Parkinson 2007 — Joseph Bulman 2008 — Audrina Poepping 2009 — Gabe Kastelic 2010 — Carmen Specht 2011 — Shaelynn Archibald 2012 — Kjel Erickson 2013 — Ben Jaquish 2014 — Hannah Steenwyk 2015 — Alyssa Durnie 2016 — Alyssa Durnie 2017 — Olivia Earl 2018 — Andy Sun 2019 — Alayna McNeil
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2021 Awards Award recipients will be notified by May 10, 2021. The Lethbridge and District Music and Speech Arts Festival Society have three types of Awards for our Participants: • Trust Scholarships (*) made available by the income earned from the Scholarship Trust Funds • Cash Awards made possible each year by the generosity of our donors • Trophies and Plaques given out for one year BAND STAGE BAND AWARD (Donated by J. Robin) For best overall School Stage Band LETHBRIDGE B’NAI BRITH AND HEBREW CONGREGATION OF LETHBRIDGE For a deserving Band TROPHIES NICK KUCHERAN MEMORIAL TROPHY Donated by Lethbridge Big Band Best performance in Stage Band Classes CREATIVE MUSIC HILDA MORGAN MEMORIAL AWARD* AUGMENTED BY FUNDS FROM THE PHYLLIS MARY MCDONELL SCHOLARSHIP FUND For a deserving competitor in Creative Music Classes, 16 years and older INSTRUMENTAL C.O. STROM WIND ARTISTRY SCHOLARSHIP* AUGMENTED BY FUNDS FROM ADJUDICATOR BRIAN THORLACIUS For a woodwind player who displays sensitivity and skill in their performance W.G. CLARKE TRUST FUND (Community Foundation of Lethbridge and Southwestern Alberta) For an outstanding Brass or Woodwind performer W. A. NELSON MEMORIAL AWARD For a promising Brass student DONNA PEARD MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP* AUGMENTED BY FUNDS FROM ADJUDICATOR BRIAN THORLACIUS For a deserving Woodwind or Brass student, enrolled in Junior or Senior High School NICK KUCHERAN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP*
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AUGMENTED BY FUNDS FROM THE PHYLLIS MARY MCDONELL SCHOLARSHIP FUND For a deserving Stage Band Instrumentalist FRANK HOSEK SR. AWARD* Preference to a French Horn player, otherwise someone in a Brass Instrument Class LETHBRIDGE REGISTERED MUSIC TEACHERS’ ASSOCIATION For a Deserving Brass OR Woodwind Student TROPHIES ARTHUR BIEHL TROPHY DONATED BY ADJUDICATOR ARTHUR BIEHL For an outstanding performance on a Reed instrument INDEPENDENT ORDER OF FORESTERS TROPHY For the highest marks in Woodwind or Brass Solo Classes STROM TUTORIAL PLAQUE Presented to the Teacher of the student with the highest marks in a Woodwind instrument class MUSICAL THEATRE LETHBRIDGE B’NAI BRITH AND HEBREW CONGREGATION OF LETHBRIDGE For an exceptional Musical Theatre competitor LETHBRIDGE B’NAI BRITH AND HEBREW CONGREGATION OF LETHBRIDGE For an outstanding competitor, 13 - 16 years old LETHBRIDGE B’NAI BRITH AND HEBREW CONGREGATION OF LETHBRIDGE For an outstanding competitor, 17 years and older LETHBRIDGE B’NAI BRITH AND HEBREW CONGREGATION OF LETHBRIDGE For an outstanding performer, 9 - 12 years
2021 Awards JACK WARBURTON MEMORIALSCHOLARSHIP* For an outstanding senior, solo performer JAMES AND MARJORIE MCLAUGHLIN SCHOLARSHIP* For an outstanding performance by a competitor, 8 years and younger TROPHIES LMT CENTENNIAL TROPHY Awarded to an exceptional Musical Theatre Competitor
VERA SINCLAIR MEMORIAL AWARD* AUGMENTED BY FUNDS FROM THE PHYLLIS MARY MCDONELL SCHOLARSHIP FUND For a deserving junior piano solo – Late Romantic class TROPHIES EDWIN GNANDT TROPHY Donated by Adjudicator Edwin Gnandt For an outstanding Junior performer SENIOR PIANO
STAN A MACDONALD MEMORIAL TROPHY DONATED BY LETHBRIDGE MUSICAL THEATRE For the best performance in Junior Musical Theatre Classes, 12 years and under
BEATRICE LIVINGSTONE FOSTER SCHOLARSHIP* For a deserving Piano student, 16 years and younger
HORACE BARRETT MEMORIAL TROPHY DONATED BY LETHBRIDGE MUSICAL THEATRE For the best performance in Senior Musical Theatre Classes, 13 years and over
THELMA AND HY CALMAN SCHOLARSHIP* For a Senior competitor in a 20th Century or Canadian Composers class (classical piano)
PIANO JUNIOR PIANO LETHBRIDGE B’NAI BRITH AND HEBREW CONGREGATION OF LETHBRIDGE For an outstanding Junior Competitor, 12 years and younger FRITZLER FAMILY AWARD* For an outstanding Junior competitor in a recital or concert class, or who has performed in 2 or more solo classes CATHY FANCHER FIRTH MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP* For a deserving Lethbridge (city or county) Junior pianist in 20th Century or Canadian Composer piano classes (classical piano) JIM AND JUNE CARPENTER SCHOLARSHIP* For a deserving Junior Piano student THE MUSIC COURT LTD. AWARD IN MEMORY OF GORDON EARL For a deserving Jr pianist in Pop genre NEW DYNASTY SCHOLARSHIP* For a deserving Pianist, 12 years and younger MARY PEEVER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP* For an outstanding performer, 12 years or younger LETHBRIDGE REGISTERED MUSIC TEACHERS’ ASSOCIATION AWARD For a deserving Junior Piano Student
LETHBRIDGE B’NAI BRITH AND HEBREW CONGREGATION OF LETHBRIDGE For an outstanding Senior pianist STEPHEN NEY AWARD For a deserving Intermediate Pianist BARBARA WALKER MEMORIAL AWARD* AUGMENTED BY FUNDS FROM THE PHYLLIS MARY MCDONELL SCHOLARSHIP FUND For a deserving Senior Piano competitor MARGARET (HOYT) WOZAK MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP* AUGMENTED BY FUNDS FROM THE PHYLLIS MARY MCDONELL SCHOLARSHIP FUND For a deserving Senior Piano student THE MUSIC COURT LTD. AWARD IN MEMORY OF GORDON EARL For a deserving Senior Classical pianist LETHBRIDGE REGISTERED MUSIC TEACHERS’ ASSOCIATION AWARD For a deserving Senior Piano Student TROPHIES EDWIN GNANDT SENIOR PIANO TROPHYDonated by Adjudicator Edwin Gnandt For an outstanding performance by a Senior performer DUET/TRIO SVEN ERICKSEN MEMORIAL AWARD* For a deserving Piano Duet or Trio, 17 years and younger
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2021 Awards JUNIOR AND/OR SENIOR PIANO MRS. MARGARET NELSON MEMORIAL AWARD For a competitor in Bach classes MINNIE H THRALL- AUGMENTED BY FUNDS FROM THE PHYLLIS MARY MCDONELL SCHOLARSHIP FUND For an outstanding competitor in a Bach Class TROPHIES SHERRY BILTON MEMORIAL TROPHY Donated by Mr. and Mrs. Bilton For the most promising Pianist 15 and under CHOPIN TROPHY - Donated by Adjudicator Pearl Shnider For an Outstanding performance of Chopin in Solo Concert, Solo Recital or Prov/Nat’l classes SPEECH ARTS JUNIOR CHERIE BAUNTON AWARD DONATED BY PLAYGOERS OF LETHBRIDGE For a deserving competitor in Junior Speech HAIM AND REBECCA SERKIN For the Highest Mark in Narrative Dramatic Solo 12 and under TROPHIES MARGARET ZAUGG MEMORIAL TROPHY DONATED BY DAWN DAVIES For best performance in Dramatic Poetry Solo SENIOR
LEONA PATERSON TROPHY DONATED BY ADJUDICATOR LEONA PATERSON For best performance in Contemporary Alberta poetry STRINGS DR. CLIFFORD A. PALMER - LETHBRIDGE SYMPHONY WOMEN’S LEAGUE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP* For a deserving violin student, 15 – 18 years ROBIN STRING AWARD For an outstanding competitor in String classes other than Violin LETHBRIDGE B’NAI BRITH AND HEBREW CONGREGATION OF LETHBRIDGE For an outstanding Violin or Viola competitor LETHBRIDGE B’NAI BRITH AND HEBREW CONGREGATION OF LETHBRIDGE For an outstanding Cello or Bass competitor ROSE L. PRIMACHUK MEMORIAL AWARD For an outstanding competitor in Violin LETHBRIDGE REGISTERED MUSIC TEACHERS’ ASSOCIATION AWARD For a deserving Violin Player TROPHIES FABRO TROPHY DONATED BY RANDY AND NANCY FABRO For a distinguished performance in Strings VOCAL JUNIOR VOCAL
FRAN AND ERN BAYLY MEMORIAL AWARD and ERNEST E. BAYLY MEMORIAL TROPHY DONATED BY PLAYGOERS OF LETHBRIDGE For the most outstanding Senior Speech competitor
LETHBRIDGE B’NAI BRITH AND HEBREW CONGREGATION OF LETHBRIDGE For an outstanding Jr. Vocal competitor, 9 - 14 years
LETHBRIDGE B’NAI BRITH AND HEBREW CONGREGATION OF LETHBRIDGE For an outstanding performance in a Solo Scene Class plus 2 other Speech Classes
LETHBRIDGE MUSIC CLUB AWARD DONATED BY THE LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION For a promising Junior Vocalist
SPECIAL SPEECH AWARD For an outstanding performance in Recital or Concert classes, or outstanding performances in 2 or more Solo Classes
DR. ANNE CAMPBELL, ORDER OF CANADA, JUNIOR MALE VOCALIST SCHOLARSHIP* For a deserving Male Vocalist, 12 years and younger
BLAINE THACKER SCHOLARSHIP* For an outstanding Senior Speech competitor
DR. ANNE CAMPBELL, ORDER OF CANADA, JUNIOR FEMALE VOCALIST SCHOLARSHIP* For a deserving Female Vocalist, 12 years and younger
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2021 Awards ALICE MARGARET CLARK MEMORIAL TRUST SCHOLARSHIP* For an outstanding Female Vocalist, 9 years and under TROPHIES ANNIE B. CULL TROPHY For best performance by a male or female in Junior Solo classes EFFIE REID LANGMEAD TROPHY For best performance in Boy’s unchanged voices Vocal Solo classes SENIOR VOCAL LETHBRIDGE B’NAI BRITH AND HEBREW CONGREGATION OF LETHBRIDGE For an outstanding Vocal Competitor, 15 - 17 years DOROTHY AND BUS FRAME* For an outstanding Female Vocal competitor VERA ROBINSON SCHOLARSHIP* For a deserving Female Vocalist, 16 years and younger ALLIED ARTS COUNCIL AWARD For a deserving vocal student DR. ANNE CAMPBELL, ORDER OF CANADA, INTERMEDIATE MALE VOCALIST* For a deserving Male vocalist, 12 - 16 years
SCHOLARSHIP* For an outstanding performance in 2 or more vocal classes AC ANDERSON MEMORIAL AWARD AUGMENTED BY FUNDS FROM THE PHYLLIS MARY MCDONELL SCHOLARSHIP FUND For an outstanding vocal duo LEN SAUNDERS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Awarded to a male vocalist DRAFFIN FAMILY AWARD - AUGMENTED BY FUNDS FROM THE PHYLLIS MARY MCDONELL SCHOLARSHIP For an outstanding female vocalist I.O.D.E. GALT MEWBURN SCHOLARSHIP* For an outstanding male vocalist between the age of 6 and 16 LETHBRIDGE REGISTERED MUSIC TEACHERS’ ASSOCIATION AWARD For a deserving Voice Student TROPHIES DONALDSON PLAQUE For best performance in Senior Solo classes CONTEMPOARY VOICE LETHBRIDGE B’NAI BRITH AND HEBREW CONGREGATION OF LETHBRIDGE (2021 Special Award) - For an outstanding performance by a competitor aged 12 and under
DR. ANNE CAMPBELL, ORDER OF CANADA, INTERMEDIATE FEMALE VOCALIST* For a deserving Female vocalist, 12 - 16 years
LETHBRIDGE B’NAI BRITH AND HEBREW CONGREGATION OF LETHBRIDGE (2021 Special Award) - For an outstanding performance by a competitor aged 16 and under
LETHRBIDGE B’NAI BRITH AND HEBREW CONGREGATION OF LETHBRIDGE For a deserving solo vocalist to further their musical training, 18 years and older
LETHBRIDGE B’NAI BRITH AND HEBREW CONGREGATION OF LETHBRIDGE (2021 Special Award) - For an outstanding performance by a senior competitor
JUNIOR AND/OR SENIOR VOCAL EDITH HUGHES MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP* For a deserving Male vocalist to further his training LETHBRIDGE B’NAI BRITH & HEBREW CONGREGATION OF LETHBRIDGE For an outstanding Female Vocal competitor HELEN FINDLAY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP* For a deserving female vocalist under 16 years LABOUR CLUB OF LETHBRIDGE
OTHER MAJOR AWARDS AGNES AND SHERMAN TURCOTTE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP* For outstanding performers, male and female, in their discipline LETHBRIDGE MINERS’ LIBRARY SCHOLARSHIP* For an outstanding performer in their discipline BERT MARQUARDSON SCHOLARSHIP* For an outstanding performer in their discipline
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2021 Awards RAY BAINBOROUGH AWARD* For an outstanding competitor playing an instrument associated with the Symphony Orchestra GEORGE BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP* For an outstanding performer in PIANO, STRINGS or VOICE JOHN WILLIAMS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP* For a deserving Senior competitor (not Musical Theatre)
ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION – GENERAL STEWART BRANCH NO. 4* For an outstanding Senior performer STEVE WILD SCHOLARSHIP* awarded with the - STEVE WILD MEMORIAL TROPHY DONATED BY THE KIWANIS CLUB OF LETHBRIDGE For an outstanding performance GRAND AWARD
RANDY & NANCY FABRO SCHOLARSHIPS* For a male and female, (alternating years–2020male) age 13-15, who has performed on two (2) instruments
LETHRBIDGE B’NAI BRITH AND HEBREW CONGREGATION OF LETHBRIDGE– WITH THE LETHBRIDGE FESTIVAL ROSE BOWL Awarded to the most artistic and outstanding performer in the 2020 Festival
INTERNATIONAL VICE-PRESIDENT’S SCHOLARSHIP* For an outstanding performer
Scholarship award donated by Lethbridge B’Nai Brith and Hebrew Congregation of Lethbridge
KIWANIS CLUB OF LETHBRIDGE SCHOLARSHIP* For an outstanding performer
Rose Bowl donated by Adjudicator Dale Bartlett
SOUTHERN ALBERTA’S OWN COUNTRY 95.5FM* For a deserving student
Save the Date 2022 Music and Speech Arts Festival March 28-April 9, 2022
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KIWANIS CLUB OF LETHBRIDGE Thank you to for the financial contribution of $30,000 from your Casino.
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CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Thank you to the City of Lethbridge for supporting us through the Community Event Support Grant and providing us with parking for our volunteers.
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