Feb 2016 Rotary Young Musician of the Year Competition 2016
our contestants - 16 talented young people
Our Prizewinners 2016
all ready for the competition
our Prizes & Certificates all ready
Adelaide sings Puccini & Schumann
Annabel with Vivaldi & de Falla
Connie played Chopin and Scarlatti
Eugenie playing Barber
Finn playing Handel
John plays Bergmuller & Estevez
Lily sings Mozart, Rogers&Hammerstein, Quilter
Joseph played Grieg
Nancy plays Kresler & Elgar
Lucy played Debussy & Gluck
Mila with Haydn & Bartok
Edward sings Handel, Mozart & Barber
Ruolan with Bach s Cello Suite No 1
George plays Beethoven & Stravinsky
Henrietta - Tartini & Wieniawski
Feedback time !
personal feedback from the judges
First heat of the annual National Competition - Winners George and Adelaide with Eugenie and Lily Runners-up with a Highly Commended for Henry. WELL DONE !
HUGE Thanks to everyone who gave their time and energy to make this event a resounding success !!
President Michael said - 'It really was a very enjoyable afternoon of music, which was much appreciated by all the competitors and their parents. It did the club great credit that we put on such an excellent event and many thanks to all involved who made it such a special day for the young people !
Rotary Young Musician of the Year 2016.
Sunday 7th February 2016 in Cambridge.
St Faiths School, Trumpington Rd, Cambridge CB2 8AG 1-6pm.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC for FREE - to enjoy a lovely Concert, and encourage the contestants. Come to all or part of the afternoon.
Refreshments in the Interval and Parking available.
Our three emminent judges carefully assessed each performance and gave personal supportive feedback in their summing up :
Do you play an instruments or sing ?
Would you like an opportunity to play before an audience, get professional feedback on your performance and gain a certificate to show your achievement ?
For more info send your email address to organiser Rtn Alan Franklin below.
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