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Festival results can be found online at www.winnipegmusicfestival.org

AIKINS MEMORIAL TROPHY

Most oustanding instrumental performance.

Winner -- Matthew Packer

Runners-up -- Albert Chen, Grant Miller and Katy Thurmeier.

GILBERT & SULLIVAN TROPHY

Most outstanding performance of Gilbert & Sullivan class winners.

Winner -- Julie Lumsden

Runners-up -- Haley Vincent and Meaghan Fletcher

RAINBOW STAGE TROPHY

Most outstanding musical theatre performance.

Winner -- Julie Lumsden

Runners-up -- Alyssa Crockett, Elliot Lazar, Demi Lough, Alenna Mark, Robert Piché, Haley Vincent

BERYL FERGUSON TROPHY

Most outstanding Grade 10 instrumental performance.

Winner --Hannah Chan

Runners-up -- Subin Choi and John Sellick

JUNIOR MUSICAL CLUB TROPHY

Most outstanding Grade 9 instrumental performance.

Winner -- Fan En Chiang

Runners-up -- Anson Chan and Justin Lin.

MANITOBA MUSIC TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION TROPHY

Most outstanding Grade 8 instrumental performance.

Winner --Naomi Tran

Runners-up -- Alexander Moroz and Brett Ticzon.

SWEDISH MUSICAL CLUB TROPHY

Most outstanding Grade 7 instrumental performance.

Winner --Samuel Nadurak

Runners-up -- Jennifer Han and Ethan Lin.

INSTITUTE OF CHARTERED PIANO TUNERS TROPHY

Most outstanding Grade 6 instrumental performance.

Winner -- David Gui

Runners-up -- Anwyl Chang, Thomas Manuel, Michelle Terry.

QUEST MUSIQUE TROPHY

Most outstanding Grade 5 instrumental performance.

Winner -- Kevin Li

Runners-up -- Michael Janke, Graham Normand and Hailey Yee.

CLARE C. LECKIE TROPHY

Most oustanding piano group performance

Nathan Matthews, Kevin Li, Jeremy Tran and Matthew Kung.

GORDON HIGNELL MEMORIAL TROPHY

Most outstanding performance, vocal group

ãMelodie Langevin and Jessica Nickel.

HELGA ANDERSON TROPHY

Most outstanding performance, adult community choir

Esprit de Choeur.

JACOB (J.P.) REDEKOPP MEMORIAL TROPHY

Most outstanding performance, school boys chorus, K-Grade 6

Whyte Ridge Grades 3-4 Boys' Choir.

JOHN MELNYK TROPHY

Most outstanding performance, piano concerto, levels 8 to honours

Ryan Wang.

J.S. LITTLE TROPHY

Most outstanding performance, folk song, by school chorus grades 5-12

Westwood Collegiate Concert Choir.

LORD TWEEDSMUIR MEMORIAL TROPHY

Most outstanding performance, children's community choir, ages 12 and under.

Louis Riel Divisional Treble Choir.

MOZART SHIELD

Most outstanding performance, school classroom choir, action songs and singing games, K-Grade 3

SJR Junior Choir.

MR. & MRS. WILL ROOK TROPHY

Most outstanding performance, school girls chorus, K-Grade 6

Whyte Ridge Grades 3-4 Girls' Choir.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition March 12, 2013 C5

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