May 25, 2015


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wmf trophies week 3

ROSE BOWL

Most outstanding Grade A vocal performance

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Performers Justin Odwak and Anne-Marie Macintosh pass each other backstage at the Winnipeg Music Festival Rose Bowl at Westminster  United Church.

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John Woods / Winnipeg Free Press Performers Justin Odwak and Anne-Marie Macintosh pass each other backstage at the Winnipeg Music Festival Rose Bowl at Westminster United Church. Photo Store

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Anne-Marie MacIntosh, winner of the Winnipeg Music Festival Rose Bowl, with her trophies in between performances at the Westminster United Church Sunday.

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John Woods / Winnipeg Free Press Anne-Marie MacIntosh, winner of the Winnipeg Music Festival Rose Bowl, with her trophies in between performances at the Westminster United Church Sunday. Photo Store

Performer Joseph Tritt backstage at the Winnipeg Music Festival Rose Bowl.

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Performer Joseph Tritt backstage at the Winnipeg Music Festival Rose Bowl. Photo Store

Ainsley Wray performs at the Winnipeg Music Festival Rose Bowl.

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Ainsley Wray performs at the Winnipeg Music Festival Rose Bowl. Photo Store

Anne-Marie MacIntosh

Runners-up: Jessica Kos-Whicher and Ainsley Wray

LADIES' ORANGE BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION TROPHY

Most outstanding vocal performance, girls 14 and under

Jasmin Tang

Runners-up: Jane Petroff, Katherine Tines and Annemiek Mallory

FRANCES E. WICKBERG TROPHY

Most outstanding vocal performance, girls 10 and under

Juliana West

Runners-up: Makyla Sever and Shea Carter

HAROLD L. SCARTH MEMORIAL TROPHY

Most outstanding vocal performance, boys 14 and under

Anton Sokalski

Runner-up: Lukas Sawatsky

STEWART M. THOMSON TROPHY

Most outstanding vocal performance, boys 10 and under

Alexander Mayba

Runners-up: Keenan Lehmann and Andrew Evanyshyn

WINNIPEG MALE CHORUS TROPHY

Most outstanding vocal performance, changed voices, boys 14 and under

Kieran Cucina

Runners-up: Andrew Gehrs-Whyte and Peter Dueck

ANNE TATE MEMORIAL TROPHY

Most outstanding performance, school chorus, grades 4 to 6

École Garden Grove Intermediate Choir

BETH DOUGLAS MEMORIAL TROPHY

Most outstanding performance, school chorus in a concert group

Westwood Collegiate Chamber Choir

DR. WILLIS S. PROWSE MEMORIAL TROPHY

Most outstanding performance by a community choir.

SJR Grades 4/5 Ensemble

JOHN B. SOMERSET SHIELD

Most outstanding performance, youth community choir, 16 and under

ãTrophy Recipient: St. James Assiniboia Junior Concert Choir

KOZUB TROPHY

Most outstanding performance, vocal/instrumental group, family and friends

ãSara Wang and Vic Wang

LOLA MACQUARRIE MEMORIAL TROPHY

Most outstanding folk song performance, school choir, kindergarten to Grade 6

École Garden Grove Girls' Choir

SAULTS AND POLLARD LIMITED SHIELD

Most outstanding performance, youth community choir, 19 and under

St. James Assiniboia Senior Divisional Choir

SIR HUGH ROBERTON TROPHY

Most outstanding performance, school chorus, kindergarten to Grade 6

Robert H. Smith Grades 5/6 Choir

WALTER KLYMKIW TROPHY

Most outstanding folk or multilingual song performance, community choir

James Assiniboia Senior Divisional Choir

ADAM N. LECKIE MEMORIAL TROPHY

Most oustanding woodwind/brass performance

Jaena Kim

JEAN BROADFOOT TROPHY

Most outstanding performance of a piano sonata

Matthew Packer

LONG & MCQUADE TROPHY

Most outstanding woodwind/brass performance, grades 9 and 10

Mollin Balisi

ROBINSON, LITTLE & COMPANY LIMITED TROPHY

Most outstanding woodwind/brass performance, grades 7 and 8

Signy Baragar

PLAY-ALL AWARDS TROPHY

Most outstanding woodwind/brass performance, grades 5 and 6

Dmytriy Tymtsiv

BERYL FERGUSON TROPHY

Most outstanding instrumental performance, Grade 10

Hannah Chan

Runners-up: Subin Cho and John Sellick

ROYAL CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC ALUMNI ASSOCIATION, WINNIPEG CHAPTER TROPHY

Most outstanding solo piano performance, grade 5 to honours

Brenden Janzen

VICTOR FELDBRILL TROPHY

Most outstanding solo string performance, grade 5 to honours

Nathan Wong

WINNIPEG CLASSICAL GUITAR SOCIETY LEN HEW TROPHY

Most outstanding classical guitarist

James Graham

WINNIPEG BACH FESTIVAL TROPHY

Most outstanding J.S. Bach performance by a strings musician, Grade 9 to honours

Emily Rekrut-Pressey

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition March 19, 2013 C5

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