Similkameen youth excell at piano recitals

Local piano students succeed at the 87th Penticton Kiwanis Music Festival held from March 6 through March 11.

Local piano students succeed at the 87th Penticton Kiwanis Music Festival held from March 6 through March 11.

The Music and Speech Arts Highlights and Awards concert will be held on Friday, April 26, 2013 at 6:30 p.m. in the Penticton Cleland Theatre. Ticket Price: $8/person or 4 for $25 (family rate). Following is the list of Keremeos piano students who participated at the festival:

 

 

 

SENIOR PIANO

Evan Reichl, Grade 8 piano

Twentieth & Twenty-First Century First Place

Additional Repertoire First Place

Katie Frasch, Grade 6 piano

Additional Repertoire Second Place

Romantic Second Place

Sight Reading Second Place

Twentieth & Twenty-First Century

Sonatina or Sonata

J.S. Bach Second Place

Jenna Beam, Grade 5 piano

Twentieth & Twenty-First Century Third Place

Canadian Composers Second Place

Andrew Reichl, Grade 5 piano

Sight Reading First Place

Sonatina or Sonata First Place

Canadian Composers First Place

Additional Repertoire First Place

Early Keyboard Second Place

Twentieth & Twenty-First Century Second Place

 

 

 

JUNIOR PIANO

Mackenzie Lawrence, Grade 4 piano

Additional Repertoire Third Place

Twentieth & Twenty-First Century Third Place

Megan Reichl, Grade 3 piano

Early Keyboard Second Place

Additional Repertoire Second Place

Untitled Study/Etude First Place

Sight Reading First Place

Sonatina or Sonata First Place

Canadian Composers Second Place

Aidan Neilson, Grade 2 Piano

Additional Repertoire Second Place

Canadian Composers Third Place

Sight Reading Third Place

Twentieth & Twenty-First Century Third Place

Classical Second Place

Aija Otto, Grade 2 Piano

Canadian Composers First Place

Twentieth & Twenty-First Centure Third Place

Sight Reading Third Place

Early Keyboard Third Place

Caroline Brunton, Grade 2 Piano

Additional Repertoire

Canadian Composers Third Place

Introductory Level B, Pianoforte Solo

Lamay Boshoff Third Place

Danielle Boshoff Third Place

Travis Walta First Place

Introductory Level A, Pianoforte Solo, Non-Competitive Only

Megumi Wurz

Nicolina Schwetje

The following awards will be handed out at the highlights concert on April 26 at 6:30 p.m. in the Cleland Theatre:

Aija Otto will be receiving the encouragement award for grade two piano

Andrew Reichl will be receiving the Canadian Composers Award for the highest mark for grades 5 to 7 piano.

Evan Reichl will be receiving a medallion for the highest mark in additional repertoire for Grade 8 piano.