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Fine Arts Achievements
2010-03-22
Alanna Giesbrecht wins the advanced strings award. Picture courtesy of Kim Sidorchuk of the Eastern Manitoba Music Festival.
Stephanie Jean-Paul wins the overall vocal performance award. Picture courtesy of Kim Sidorchuk of the Eastern Manitoba Music Festival.

On Monday, Mar. 22, a handful of Providence fine arts students performed at the Gala Closing Concert of the South-Eastern Manitoba Music Festival with much success.

Alanna Giesbrecht won the advanced strings award (Loewen Body Shop Trophy). Stephanie Jean-Paul won the overall vocal performance award (E.J. Friesen Trophy), as well as received the nomination to compete at the Provincial Festival.

Both Giesbrecht and Jean-Paul were accompanied by Candace Unrau, pianist, who was also recommended to compete at the provincial finals. Unrau was also awarded a $100 scholarship and received a medal along with Kristen Penner for their 4-hand piano Mozart.

Fourth year student Lydia Summerville (a medal winner from last year) was a finalist in the Grade A vocal category.
All of these student winners are taught by Providence adjunct music faculty: David Klassen (voice), Barbara Cornish (piano), and Albert Bergen (violin). Congratulations to our fine arts department on these shared accomplishments!

 
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