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New Glasgow Music Festival results April 25

Nikos Bonvie of New Glasgow played Sonatina in F Major on Wednesday at the New Glasgow Music Festival at Trinity United Church.
Nikos Bonvie of New Glasgow played Sonatina in F Major on Wednesday at the New Glasgow Music Festival at Trinity United Church.

The New Glasgow Music Festival is currently underway. Following are results from April 25.

April 25

Piano solo, 13 years and under

1st – Nell Cameron, Meadowville

2nd – Eilidh Cameron, Meadowville

3rd – Pierre Aucoin, Stellarton

 

Piano solo, 14 years and under

1st – Tessa Pelrine, Antigonish

2nd – Nikos Bonvie, New Glasgow

 

Piano solo, 15 years and under

1st – Brian Yang, Antigonish

 

Piano solo, 16 years and under

1st – Lucas March, New Glasgow

2nd – Beth McNeill, Pictou

 

Concerto for piano and orchestra, junior

1st – Annette Diao, Antigonish

 

Piano solo, baroque, intermediate

1st – Tessa Pelrine, Antigonish

2nd – Victoria Dunn, New Glasgow/Eilidh Cameron, Meadowville

3rd – Nikos Bonvie, New Glasgow

 

Piano solo, baroque, senior

1st – Emma Cameron, Meadowville

2nd – Lucas March, New Glasgow

 

Operatic solo, soprano, 16 to 18 years

1st – Adrienne Munroe, Antigonish

2nd – Leah McPherson, Stellarton

3rd – Miranda Goodman, New Glasgow/Nicole Ross, New Glasgow

 

Lieder, female voice, 15 years and under

1st – Leah McPherson, Stellarton

2nd – Annika Murray, Greenhill

3rd – Elise Canning, Antigonish

 

Lieder, female voice, open

1st – Sarah English, McLellans Brook

2nd – Laycie Sutherland, New Glasgow

 

Lieder, male voice, 16 to 18 years

1st – Jesse Hemmings, Merigomish

 

Vocal jazz solo, Grades 7 to 9

1st – Rebecca Decoste, New Glasgow

 

Vocal jazz solo, Grades 10 to 12

1st – Deanna Mann, New Glasgow

2nd – Maggie Daley, New Glasgow

 

Vocal jazz, Grades 10 to 12

1st – Tia McNiven, New Glasgow

 

Keyboard and vocal composer, open

1st – Ainsley DeCoste, Hopewell

2nd – Petra Moriarity, River Road

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