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Winnipeg Music Festival trophy winners

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The Winnipeg Girls' Choir performs at Westminster United Church at the Winnipeg Music Festival on Sunday.

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TROPHY WINNERS

Alma Wynne Memorial trophy

Most outstanding vocal performance, 18 and under -- Winner: Christina Thanisch-Smith

-- Runners-up: Nick Niebuhr and Elena Howard-Scott


Clare C. Leckie trophy

Most outstanding piano group performance

-- Winner: Brian Zhang and Dustin Ma

 

Gilbert & Sullivan Society trophy

Most outstanding Gilbert & Sullivan performance -- Winner: Lynlee Wolstencroft

-- Runner-up: Haley Vincent


Gordon Hignell memorial trophy

Most outstanding vocal group performance -- Winner: Jennie Baragar-Petrash and Signy Baragar


Kozub trophy

Most outstanding vocal/instrumental group performance

-- Winner: The Four Divas


Rainbow Stage trophy

Most outstanding musical theatre performance

-- Winner: Patricia Cyre

-- Runners-up: Elliot Lazar and Robert Piché

 

W.H. Anderson memorial trophy

Most oustanding vocal performance, 16 and under

-- Winner: Andrew Mayba

-- Runner-Up: Sarah Luby


Awards

-- Gilbert & Sullivan Society scholarship: Lynlee Wolstencroft

-- Mary Campbell memorial bursary: Christina Thanisch-Smith

-- Rainbow Stage scholarship: Patricia Cyre

-- W.H. Anderson Family bursary: Andrew Mayba

-- Joy of Music Scholarship: Emma Stefanchuk

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition March 11, 2014 D8

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