Music students presented awards for excellence, leadership

Those who excelled and led were honoured with awards during École H. J. Cody School’s music program concert

Sam Hann

Those who excelled and led were honoured with awards during École H. J. Cody School’s music program concert at Red Deer College May 27.

They included:

Band awards

Grade 9: most improved – Lane Neumeier and Kayley-Anne Lafleche; excellence in music – Victoria Matejka; musical citizenship – Emory Lunde and Donnie Hoover.

Grade 10: most improved – Guire Anderson-Boivin; excellence in music – Nathan Sloboda, Azumi Yanase and Kaori Fujimoto; musical citizenship – Ceanna Muller and Emma Sloboda.

Grade 11: most improved – Derek Penman and Elijah Sigurdson. excellence in music – Zachary Solberg; musical citizenship – Brianne Hughes. Band 212° Spirit Award – Alex Palm

Choir

Choral 9: most improved – Victoria Matejka.

Choral Grade 10: most improved – Ryan Kostyniuk; excellence in choral music – Chantelle Turner; musical citizenship – Emma Sloboda.

Choral Grade 11: most improved – Nicolas Steel; excellence in choral music – Brianne Hughes; musical citizenship – Anelle Myburgh.

Warkentin Choral Award – T.J. Sloboda.

 

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