2005 FAMOUS ARIAS, SPECIAL ADELAIDE EISTEDDFOD FUNDRAISER CONCERT
Saturday 10 September 2005 at 7.30pm
Rosefield Uniting Church, Carlton St, Highgate
SA’s own International Operatic Soprano, Sally-Anne Russell and Friends : Felicity Baldock direct ex Melbourne, Patrick Lim, David Thelander, Anthony Hunt, St Peter’s Cathedral Organist on piano, Mitcham Orchestra with MD, Mike Kenny, Sally-Anne’s CDs for sale and personally signed.
Admission $20 no concessions, Admission to this Concert AND Sunday 11 Anniversary Concert is $30 no concessions, Reserve tickets by credit card and/or collect at door, Tickets 83373307, 84310452 or Eisteddfod Office 83666531 Fridays 9am-1pm
2005 ADELAIDE EISTEDDFOD 50th ANNIVERSARY CONCERT.
Sunday 11 September 2005 at 2pm, Pilgrim Uniting Church, 12 Flinders St, Adelaide in the presence of Her Excellency Marjorie Jackson-Nelson AC CVO MBE, Governor of SA, Featuring Selected outstanding 2005 & past Eisteddfod Winners : Ashleigh Tobin, Thomas Edmonds, Norma Knight, Sally-Anne Russell, Edward Kriek.
Ticket details. $20 Adult, $15 Member / Concession / Child, Admission to this Concert AND Saturday 10 Famous Arias Concert is $30 no concessions.
2005 NATIONAL MBS YOUNG PERFORMER’S AWARD. STATE FINAL
Monday 19 September 2005 at 7pm
Cynthia Poulton Hall, St Peter’s Cathedral
SA Sponsors : Hotel 208. 208 South Tce, Adelaide, Radio 5MBS FM and Music Broadcasting Society of SA. 2 SA Finalist Awards of $250 (singer & instrumental)
Judges : Diana Harris & Carl Crossin. Selected Winners of the 2005 Adelaide Eisteddfod Senior Sections : Kevin Wang/Saxophone, Thomas Millhouse/Baritone, Alastair Magarey/Trombone, Sarah Jane Windsor/Soprano, Anouvong Liensavanh/Flute, Holly Wotton/Soprano, Michael Ierace/Piano, Sky Ingram/Soprano, Imants Larsens/Violin. Tickets $10 & $5 Conc/Student
2005 NATIONAL MBS YOUNG PERFORMER’S AWARD OF $10,000. 2,3,4 & 5MBS
Sunday 27 November 2005 at 2pm
Cynthia Poulton Hall, St Peter’s Cathedral
Sponsor : Australian Elizabethan Theatre Trust $10,000 Travelling Scholarship.
Adjudicators : Graham Abbott, Timothy Sexton & Warwick Ross (AETT)
National Winner : Michael Ierace / SA Pianist. Tickets $10 & $5 Conc/Student
2006 SPECIAL AWARD WINNERS’ CONCERT
Monday 4 September 2006 at 7.30pm
Rosefield Uniting Church, Carlton St, Highgate
Malcolm Potter / MC, Robert Brown & Steve Garie / Convenors. Haruka Fukada / piano, Alexander Paine / recorder, Yuhki Mayne / violin, Marianna Grynchuk / piano, Megan Bleeze / SDC,Nathan Lin / violin, Belinda Smith / soprano, Thomas Marlin / ‘cello, Matthew Binion / piano, Monique Lapins / violin, Amanda Tillett / trombone, Max Reilly / ‘cello, Patrick Lim / tenor, Warwick Ambrose / piano, Jack Schiller / clarinet, Quan Zhao / flute, Georgia Penglis / SDC, Kelly Bickle / SDC, Adam Cracknell, Jaycob Horvath, Jordan Lennon / SDC, Dione Palmer / soprano, Jane Lundberg / oboe, Moonlight Quartet / Monique Lapins, Lee Thompson, Thomas Giam, Thomas Marlin. Admissions : Adult $8, Member/Senior/Student $6, U16 free
2006 NATIONAL MBS YOUNG PERFORMER’S AWARD. STATE FINAL
Monday 18 September 2005 at 7pm
Cynthia Poulton Hall, St Peter’s Cathedral
SA Sponsors : 5MBS, AETT, AES, Angas Travel, John Davis Records, Silver Keys & Strings. 2 SA Finalist Awards of $250 (singer & instrumental)
Judges : Diana Harris & Thomas Edmonds. Selected Winners of the 2005 Adelaide Eisteddfod Senior Sections : Thomas Marlin / ‘cello, Cherie Boogaart / soprano, Monique Lapins / violin, Sarah Jane Windsor / soprano, Robert Macfarlane / tenor, Alexandra Castle / flute, Sky Ingram / soprano, Warwick Ambrose / piano. Tickets $10 & $5 Conc/Student
2006 NATIONAL MBS YOUNG PERFORMER’S AWARD OF $10,000. 2,3,4 & 5MBS
Sunday 19 November 2006. at 2pm
Queensland Conservatorium Theatre, Griffith University, South Bank, Brisbane
Sponsor : Australian Elizabethan Theatre Trust $10,000 Travelling Scholarship.
Adjudicators : Philip Bracanin, Betty Beath & Warwick Ross (AETT)
Outstanding co-finalists were: NSW cellist / Kenny Mizushima, Queensland trombonist / Jamie Kennedy, Victorian violinist / Xenia Deviatkina-Loh
National Winner : SA soprano / Sky Ingram.
2007 METROPOLITAN MALE CHOIR Music Scholarship Results
1st place & $1000. Harpist, Siahlia Schmaal. 14 yrs, taught by Anne Ap Thomas. 2nd place & $500. Vocalist, Mathew Lykos. 15 yrs, taught by Dr John A Phillips.
J.Genders Award & $250. Tenor Horn, Meghan Thomas. 15 yrs, taught by Bruce Raymond. The principal Adjudicator for the Scholarship was Professor David Lockett.
Each of the placegetters will be given opportunities to perform in public as guest artists with the Metropolitan Male Choir during their 2007 program of concerts.
Auditions for the 2008 Scholarship will be held in August 2007. Full details will be available on the web at www.adam.com.au/mmc
2007 FREE STAGECRAFT MASTERCLASS
Stagecraft Masterclass: Presentation techniques for performers presented by Patrick Lim.
Venue : Golden Grove Arts Centre on Monday 13 August at 7.30pm
Our role as performers is to communicate with an audience. We are interpreting music and/or text and sharing this with an audience. This important point is often forgotten when as performers we need to concentrate on the technical demands of the music. However, to express the music effectively, we also need to communicate well with the audience as artists, not just through the music. This means our stage presence, our presentation and our relationship with the audience are paramount to the success of our musical performance. Negative aspects of our presentation will distract the audience from our music, whereas a confident, well-executed presentation will enhance our performance and create a clean and relaxed palette against which we can then perform our music.
Whilst we want to be natural on stage, this will not necessarily come naturally. We have to overcome nerves, practise our presentation skills and build up experience in developing a relationship with our audience.
Today’s masterclass will address these points in a practical way with student performances. • Making a Confident and Engaging Entrance • Posture and stance • Warming up (our bodies for presentation, not just our instrument/voice) • Physical energy and energised muscles • Arms and what to do with them • Body Language • Eye Contact • Acknowledging the adjudicator/audience • Gauging and responding to the reaction of the audience and developing a relationship with the audience • Adapting to the size and nature of the Venue • Working with your Accompanist or associate artists • Bowing and Exiting • Speaking in your presentation • maintaining your presentation during the music.
Extra points discussed during the masterclass : • Practise until you get it right • Be strategic, carefully select item/s that suit you and demonstate your ability • Adelaide often has short runs for shows • Eye contact, engage your audience from your entry, lift your chin, a small bow, don’t look at the floor • What happens next ? Tell or project a story to involve the audience • When introducing an item with an accompanist use a line such, “We will perform ………” • Your hands. Don’t conduct or use in other distracting ways such as touching your clothing • Breathing and projecting to involve the whole audience • Create a flow of energy from the floor and maintain a good posture • Shake out, loosen up, before walking on and decide where you will stop on the stage • If adjusting your position, etc. on stage do it as if you mean it and keep mistakes to yourself • Save highlights of an item for ‘peaks’ in the performance of it • Acknowledge your accompanist by a gesture and hold it sufficiently • Step back for others to be acknowledged • Use subtext or suitable description to set the mood and assist your item • Use individual audience focus or cumulative depending on circumstances • Use back acting to support a scene or other artist/s as necessary.
The free Masterclass duration was 75 minutes and any performer or person that appears in front of any audience was most welcome to attend. Presentation technique is often overlooked and seldom taught except in specialised enterprises. The components of body language, clarity of presentation, audience response, etc. were clearly demonstrated by Patrick Lim B.Mus.(Hons. Performance), LL.B(Hons), B.A., A.S.D.A.(Performer), Australian director and performer, one of Australia’s outstanding emerging artists with professional credits in opera, musical theatre and cabaret, the 2005 Young Achiever of the Year and 2005-2007 Artistic Director to the South Australian Primary Schools’ Festival of Music.
The STAGECRAFT MASTERCLASS in presentation technique for concert performers was initiated by Steve Garie and Adelaide Eisteddfod Society in co-operation with Out Of The Square “OOTS” and talented rising stars from the Adelaide Eisteddfod worked with Patrick in the session to hone their skills before the OOTS shows.
2007 SPECIAL AWARD WINNERS CONCERT
Monday 3rd September at 7.30pm. Adelaide Eisteddfod 2007 competition season finale, The “Special Awards Winners’ Concert” at the Rosefield Uniting Church at 2 Carlton Street, Highgate. Adult $8, Member/Senior/Student $6 and Child U16 FREE. Inquiries : 84310452.
This Concert Finale to the 2007 Adelaide Eisteddfod Season presents an impressive list of contestants who won Special Awards against high standards of competition. The full and varied programme includes the Ensemble / Quintessential, Duo / Amaya Flores Williams & Reuben Kovilpillai, Piano / Jacqueline Raymond, Angela Jou, Michael Marrone, Yumiko Tomo, Strings / Samuel Jackson, Max Reilly, Nathan Lin, Amaya Flores Williams, Monique Lapins, Michael Webb, Thomas Marlin, Recorder / Peter Litwin, Alexander Paine, Speech-Drama-Communications / Kate Davis, Shadi Hassoun, Sarah Wormald, Vocal / I Kwang Dong, Dione Palmer, Daniela Jedrzekczak, Flute / Yijie Yin, Helen Seppelt, Brass / Daniel Schricker, Woodwind / Jack Schiller.
A new addition this year is the Wilderness Gospel Choir and included above are the rarely featured soloists of piccolo, bassoon and viola to round out a smorgasbord of music.
These talents present their items with some of the best accompanists in South Australia including : Piano / Stefan Ammer, Alexander Hanysz, Anita Blanchard Jackson, John Hall, Irina Lioubimova, Jamie Cock, James Gould, Frances Wood, Florin Radulescue, Won Jung Lee, Lee Thompson, Catherine MacKenroth and Harpsichord / Glenys March.
Generous continuing SPONSORSHIPS have made the annual SPECIAL AWARDS possible. These include Music Teachers’ Assoc. of SA, Lady Anne Miller, David Bishop, Cecily Wood, Adele Anthony, Jane Peters, Standish Roberts, Miriam Hyde, William Harrison Chamber Choir, Aust. Strings Assoc., David Cubbin, Neville Hicks, Andrea Clare, Verdon Williams, Wilf Mader, Adelaide Eisteddfod Society. These and many other Corporate, Society and Individual SPONSORSHIPS make the ADELAIDE EISTEDDFOD possible as well as a team of Volunteers. The compere is Malcolm Potter OAM
2007 NATIONAL MBS YOUNG PERFORMER’S AWARD
Tuesday 25th September at 7pm.
Cynthia Poulton Hall, St Peter’s Cathedral. $10 & $5 conc./student
Information & Sponsor Radio 5MBS-FM. Australian Elizabethan Theatre Trust $10,000 Travelling Scholarship. Entry is via the 2007 Adelaide Eisteddfod. National Final is in Melbourne Sunday 25 November. State Judges are Timothy Sexton & Diana Harris. State Prizes of $300 each to a singer & instrumentalist. State Sponsors are John Davis Records (vocal) and Silver Keys & Strings (instrumental). Musicians : Warwick Ambrose / piano, Claire Walker / flute, Imants Larsens / violin, Kim Worley / cello, I Kwang Dong / baritone, Naomi Hede / soprano, Robert MacFarlane / tenor, Kerry Wake-Dyster / soprano.
SA won the last 2 years with Michael Ierace / piano & Sky Ingram / soprano. Info 5MBS 82326566.
Oct 23 at 8pm. 5MBS broadcast of 25-9-07 National MBS State Heat : Young Performers Award. Violinist Imants Larsens & tenor Robert MacFarlane were finalists.
Imants represents SA at the National Final on 25-11-07 in Melbourne. Melbourne pianist, Stephen Ma, won the Final during a performance interrupted by a fire evacuation.
2007 OUT OF THE SQUARE MATINEE CONCERTS
Monday 8 to Fri 12 October. 6 repeat “Out Of The Square” Matinee performances throughout suburban Adelaide in the 2nd week of the School Holidays provided a unique opportunity for selected Adelaide Eisteddfod Finalists to perform in professional theatres to paying audiences.
Mon 8 at 1.30pm Shedley Theatre. Tue 9 at 11am Marion Cultural Centre. Tue 9 at 2pm Star Theatres. Wed 10 at 11am Port Noarlunga Arts Centre. Thu 11 at 2pm Golden Grove Arts Centre. Fri 12 at 11am Parks Arts Complex. Performances were 70 or 80 minutes durations @ $10 or $8 subscription. Some performances were sold out and all audiences enjoyed quality entertainment from : Kim Worley, Alex Bond, Tahlia Ries, Siobhan Owen, Kelly Bickle, Trudy Lin, Nathan Lin, accompanist Alexander Hanysz, compere & 5MBS Jazz Presenter Colin George. Concept & Organiser Steve Garie.
The excellent grand piano used at all venues was sponsored by WINSTON MUSIC
2007 OUT OF THE SQUARE MATINEE CONCERTS : The PROMOTIONAL DVD
Video was taken during the Monday 8 to Fri 12 October “Out Of The Square” Matinee performances. A 14 minute Promo DVD was produced to illustrate the performing talents and their audience reception. It is not for sale but copies were available at the cost of covering expenses which is $5 per DVD.
2008 RECITALS AUSTRALIA
The 2008 Lunch Hour Series commences 5th of March and each Wednesday at Pilgrim Church. Performances at 12.10pm and 1.10pm. Admission is $5 or $4 concession. These performances provide excellent experience and exposure and a flyer detailing all performances is available. Tea and coffee are usually available in the Church Lounge. The Australian Society for Keyboard Music (Adelaide) Inc., trades as Recitals Australia. It is a non profit organization providing performance opportunities for talented musicians and is unique in its ability to provide an unequalled opportunity for students to obtain a concert platform using world class instruments without financial burden.
2008 ELDER CONSERVATORIUM LUNCH HOUR CONCERT SERIES
Fridays at Elder Hall at 1.10pm.
From 11th to 20th April a unique Cello Festival will feature performances and masterclasses. 10 days with visiting artists and performances involving the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, the Unley Symphony Orchestra, Student Recitals, Twilight Series, Rundle Mall Cello Busking, Late Night Cello Jazz and the Cello Challenge where a cello will be made over the Festival duration and then it will feature in a final performance during the Cello Ensemble Extravaganza.
2008 ADELAIDE YOUTH ORCHESTRA
Concerts on April 5, May 11, June 21, September 27, October 26 and December 7 by the Adelaide Youth Orchestra, Adelaide Youth Strings and Adelaide Youth Sinfonia with conductors Keith Crellin, Martin Butler and Joanna Drimatis. AdYO Auditions will be November 21 – 23.
2008 ASSITEJ World Congress & Performing Arts Festival for Young People. May 9 – 18. Adelaide Festival Centre & other venues
2008 FESTIVAL OF ACCOMPANISTS May 22- June 1. Accompanists Guild 25th Anniversary. Master classes & rehearsals,
Elder Conservatorium Residency Guest : Malcolm Martineau, accompanist extraordinaire, from the UK.
2008 ADELAIDE EISTEDDFOD Late June to late August. Entries close April 4. Details above.
2008 STRATHALBYN EISTEDDFOD 27-29 June. Entries close May 7. Details above.
2008 STATE MUSIC CAMP July 7 – 11.
2008 BEETHOVEN FESTIVAL July 24 – 26 at 8pm. Australian Youth Orchestra. Festival Theatre
2008 BALAKLAVA EISTEDDFOD 1-3 August. Entries close May 9. Details above.
2008 SPECIAL AWARD WINNERS CONCERT Mon 1 September at 7.30pm. Rosefield Uniting Church. $8, $6, U16 free
St Johns Grammar Senior Vocal Choir / Sister, my Sister from Coco’s Lunch (S.Johnson). Sarah Buckland, violin / tba, James Morley, cello / The Swan (Saint-Saëns) and also James Morley, trombone / The Acrobat, Charlotte Robinson, speech & drama / The Viola Exam, Sarah Abell, recorder / Goings On + Secret Saz (S.Watts), Warwick Ambrose, piano / Pagodas from Estampes (Debussy), Isaac Penglis, speech & drama / Alexander Beatle (A.A. Milne), Amaya Flores-Williams, violin / tba, Blake Parham, baritone / Halt (Schubert) + Le Secret (Fauré), Kate Davis, speech & drama / The Highwayman (A.Noyes), Stephen van der Hoek, piano / Fanfares (G.Ligeti) + Prelude in Bb Major (Rachmaninov), Dione Palmer, soprano / O mio babbino caro (Puccini), Jemma Sheridan, piccolo / March to the River Weser G.Jacob),
Hannah-Viktoria Christ, oboe / Gabriel’s Oboe (E.Morricone) + Piece en forme de Habanera (Ravel), Jacqueline Raymond, piano / Sonatina, 3rd movement Khachaturian) + Study in Blue (M.Hyde), Catharine Raymond, violin / Dance Espagnol (M.de Falla), Amanda Tillett, trombone / Homage to Bach (Bozza), Thomas Marlin, cello / tba, Anna Cooper, flute / Piece (J.Ibert), Michael Webb, viola / tba, Naomi Hede, soprano / It was a Lover and his Lass (M. Dring), James Blake, violin / tba, Marianna Grynchuk, piano / Etude No 4 in C# Minor, Opus 10 (Chopin), Catherine Vaughan, clarinet / Solo Capriccio for Clarinet (Sutermeister).
A new award, the Stagecraft Presentation Medallion, for excellence in stagecraft was awarded at the finale of this Special Award Winners’ Concert to James Morley.
Accompanists : Frances Wood, Glenys March, Florin Radulescue, Vera Tancibudek, Judy Homburg, Howard Parkinson, John Hall.
2008 NATIONAL MBS YOUNG PERFORMER’S AWARD. Sun 28 September at 3pm. Pilgrim Church. $10 & $5 conc.
Warwick Ambrose / piano, Naomi Hede / soprano, Elizabeth Riley / soprano, Stephen van der Hoek / piano, Emily Berlin / clarinet, Daniela Jedrzejczak / soprano, Jack Schiller / bassoon, Kim Worley / cello, Mary-Ann van der Hoek /contralto.
The State finalists will perform a recital of 15 minutes.
Adjudicators are Carl Crossin OAM & Diana Harris OAM
22 Nov. SA Pianist, Stephen van der Hoek, won the prestigious National MBS $10,000 Young Performer of the Year Award held in Sydney, making him the third South Australian musician in the past four years to win this award.
2009 SPECIAL AWARD WINNERS CONCERT. Mon 21 September at 7.30pm. Rosefield Uniting Church. $8, $6, U16 free
In the presence of His Excellency Rear Admiral Kevin Scarce AC CSC RANR Governor of SA & Mrs Scarce
St Peter’s College Boys’ Choir / Prayer of the Children: Kurt Bestor. Desiree Frahn, soprano / Jewel Aria from Faust: Gounod. Kathryn Jannes, piano / Sonata in D: Soler, Etude, Opus 1, No 4: Liszt. James Morley, ‘cello / Allegro apassionata: Saint-Saëns. Stephanie Nicholson, recorder / Suite in G Minor – Allemande, Gigue: Jacques Hotteterre. Danica Edgar, flute / Variations on Carnival of Venice: Genin. Charlotte Robinson / Please Wear A Poppy: Don Crawford. Scott Coyte, piano / Prelude from Suite Bergamasque: Debussy. Hannah-Viktoria Christ, oboe / Piece in G Minor: Gabriel Fauré, Les Fifres: Dandrieu. Michael Webb, viola / Capriccio for Solo Viola: Vieuxtemps. Jonathan Heng, piano / Toccata from Le Tombeau de Couperin: Ravel. Amaya Flores-Williams, violin / La Gitana: Fritz Kreisler. Siobhan Owen, soprano / The Green Cornfield: Michael Head, The Trouble with Geraniums: Stephen Yates. Anna Cooper, flute / Sonatina, 3rd movt.: Eldin Burton. Elizabeth Inaba-Hill, ‘cello / Tarantella: William Henry Squires. Jacqueline Raymond, piano / Sonatina, 3rd movt.: Khachaturian. Amy Balales, flute / Sonata, 1st movt. – Allegro malinconico: Poulenc. Robert Macfarlane, tenor. Stagecraft Presentation Medallion : Michael Webb / Viola
Accompanists : Irina Lioubimova, Frances Wood, Glenys March, Judy Homburg, Vera Tancibudek, Malcolm Day, Larissa Schneider
2009 NATIONAL MBS YOUNG PERFORMER’S AWARD. Sat 26 September at 2.30pm. Pilgrim Church. $10 & $5 conc.
Adjudicators were Richard Chew & Diana Harris OAM
SA State Final : Robert Macfarlane / tenor was the major prizewinner and Jonathon Heng / pianist won the instrumental
National Final, Sat 28 November at 2.30pm. Pilgrim Church. $10 & $5 conc.
Adjudicators are Warwick Ros, Timothy Sexton, Dr Jula Szuster
National Finalist : Queensland soprano, Milica Ilic.
2010 METROPOLITAN MALE CHOIR 12th Annual Music Scholarship. $1500 1st Prize.
Consideration will be given to young musicians (instrumental or vocal) with proven ability and a strong desire to continue their musical development. Applicants must be 12-15 years of age on January 1, 2011
Info & form : June Genders 84314964. email@example.com or MMC
Closing date for applications : August ??, 2010. Auditions for the 2009 Metropolitan Male Choir Music Scholarship resulted as follows: 1st Place. Matthew Nguyen of Ridleyton. Pianist, taught by Gabriella Smart. 2nd Place. Catherine Raymond of Walkerville. Violinist, taught by Ms E. Collins. The June Genders Encouragement Award. Jake Taylor of Hove. Violinist, taught by Kylie Mahony
Auditions for the 2010 Metropolitan Male Choir Music Scholarship resulted as follows: 1st Place. Jordan Noble, Alto Sax. 2nd Place. Hannah Kovilpillai, Violin. The June Genders Encouragement Award. James Allen, Piano
2010 SPECIAL AWARD WINNERS CONCERT. Mon 6 September at 7.30pm. Rosefield Uniting Church. $10, $8, U16 free
In the presence of His Excellency Rear Admiral Kevin Scarce AC CSC RANR Governor of SA
The Fishbowl Boys / Goodbye World, Goodbye. Jacqueline Raymond, trumpet / Springtanz & Elegie from Lyric Pieces Opus 47. Grieg. Samuel Jackson, violin / Spring Concerto. Vivaldi. Junwei Ye, piano / Woodlands Catch. Hyde. James Morley, cello / Prelude from Suite 1. Bach. Catharine Raymond, violin / Malaguena. Sarasate. Elizabeth Inaba-Hill, cello / Allegro Appassionato. Saint-Saens. Natasha Slater, flute / Flute Sonata 2, 5th movt. Blavet. Yoobin Lee, violin / Meditation from Thais. Massenet. Ian Andrew, tenor / Take a Pair of Sparkling Eyes. G&S. Charlotte Robinson, S&D / Range Finding & Abandoned Town. Jake Taylor, violin / Praeludium & Allegro. Kreisler. Maisie Brown, recorder / Prelude & Elegy from Divertimento 2. Aked. Matthew Nguyen, piano / Etude 12, Opus 10. Chopin. Stephanie Heather, flute / Suite, 1st movt. Widor. Kate Davis, S&D / Daddy. Hannah Kovilpillae, oboe / Allegro 2nd movt, Sonata in Gm. Telemann. Marianna Grynchuk, piano / Young Juliet from Romeo & Juliet Suite. Prokofiev. Alex Savage, alto saxophone / Fantaisie. Demersseman. Ji Zhou, piano / Sonata 1, 1st movt. Beethoven. Jonathan Heng, piano / La Campanella. Liszt
Stagecraft Presentation Medallion : Kate Davis, S&D
2010 NATIONAL MBS YOUNG PERFORMER’S AWARD. September 26 at 2pm. St John’s Church. Halifax St, Adelaide.
SA State Final : Elizabeth Riley / vocal and Jonathan Heng / instrumental.
SA State Finalist : Jonathan Heng / instrumental.
National Final, Brisbane 5-11-10
National Finalist : Tessa Ho, violin, from 3MBS, Victoria
2011 METROPOLITAN MALE CHOIR 13th Annual Music Scholarship.
1st Place & $1500. Kathryn Jannes. Age 12. Pianist, Wilderness School, taught piano by Ursula Gruzewski. 2nd Place & $750. William Rafftery. Age 15. Jazz Guitarist, Concordia College. The June Genders Encouragement Award & $350. James Morley. Cellist. Marryatville High School. These plus selected others from the 20 entrants will perform as guest artists with the Choir at concerts throughout 2011.
2011 SPECIAL AWARD WINNERS CONCERT. Mon 5 September at 7.30pm. Rosefield Uniting Church. $10, $8, U16 free
Marryatville High School Concert Choir / Lamentations of Jeremiah. Accompanist: Jason Hammond. Scott Coyte, piano / Jeux d’eau: Ravel. Daniel Webber, clarinet / Sonatine Sportive: Alexandre Tcherepnine. Accompanist: Jason Hammond. James Morley, ‘cello / Cello Sonata, 1st movt., Opus 102, No 2: Beethoven. Accompanist: Narissa Pearce. Selina Ha, piano / Fantasia in D Minor: Mozart. Tianyou Ma, violin / Caprice No 20: Paganini. Nicole Pearce, flute / Flight of Fancy: Matthew Orlovich. Accompanist: Mark Sandon. Naomi Hede, soprano / Saper vorreste from Un Ballo in Maschera: G. Verdi. Accompanist: Mark Sandon. Daniel Nyserios / S&D / Cats on the Roof: Edward Harrington. Ji Zhou, piano / Fantaisie Impromptu: Chopin. Harriet Walker, descant recorder / Music For A Bird: Hans-Martin Linde. Helena Karapetis / S&D / Mime. Daniella Jedrzejczak, soprano / Faites lui mes aveux, Siebel’s Aria from Faust: Gounod. Accompanist: Mark Sandon. Sarah Wormald / S&D / Comedy of Manners from the Way of the World: William Congreve. Marianna Grynchuk, piano / Mazurka, Opus 24, No 4: Chopin. Helen Seppelt, flute / Sarabande from Partita in A minor: JS Bach. Sarah Byron, alto saxophone / Concerto for Saxophone, 1st. movt – Allegro Moderato: Glazunov
2012 NATIONAL MBS YOUNG PERFORMER’S AWARD.
SA State Final : Lisa Cannizzaro / soprano and Marianna Grynchuk / piano
SA State Finalist : Marianna Grynchuk / piano
National Finalist :
2012 SPECIAL AWARD WINNERS CONCERT. Tue 11 September at 7.30pm. Salvation Army Citadel, Norwood. $10, $8, U16 free
Choral Division. Festival Statesmen Youth Chorus. Lux Aurumque: Eric Whiteacre. Strings Division. Hayley Gobell, violin. Danse Espagnole: Manuel de Falla. Accompanist: Margaret Lambert. Recorder Division. Maisie Brown, recorder. Sonatine in G Minor, mvts 1 & 2: Lerich. Accompanist: Annie Kwok. Piano Division. Ben Smith, piano. Boogie Rock: Kerin Bailey. SDC Division. Saujas and Saumya Chanana. And Now for the Weather. String Division. Juliana Bollella, violin. Largo Espressivo: Pugnani. Accompanist: Judy Homburg. Brass Division. Matthias Fresacher, trombone. Blue Bells of Scotland: Arthur Pryor. Accompanist: Frances Wood. Flute Division. Jordan Paterson, flute. Hypnosis: Ian Clarke. Accompanist: Jamie Cock. Strings Division. Tianyou Ma, violin. Carmen Suite, movts 3 & 4: Bizet/Sarasate. Accompanist: Larissa Schneider. SDC Division. Shunem Josiah. Party Pup: Lyn Hurry. Vocal Division. Tahlia Ries, soprano. Art is Calling Me: Herbert. Accompanist: John Hall OAM. Strings Division. Elizabeth Inaba-Hill, cello. Prelude from Suite No II in D Minor: J.S. Bach. Woodwind Division. Daniel Handsworth, bassoon. Sonata in F minor, mvts 3 & 4: Telemann. Accompanist: Katrina Brown. Piano Division. Jordan Paterson, piano. Doctor Gradus Ad Parnassum: Debussy. Flute Division. Scott Gunn, flute. Flight of Fancy: Matthew Orlovich. Accompanist: Jamie Cock. SDC Division. Chatula Kiripitige. Animal Stars – The Panda. Vocal Division. Ian Andrew, tenor. Il Mio Tesoro(Don Giovanni), A Wandering Minstrel I (Mikado). Accompanist: John Hall OAM. Piano Division. Marianna Grynchuk, piano. Etude No 3, Opus 10, Tristesse: Chopin. Flute Division. Nicole Pearce, flute. Movt 1, Anime, from Jeux (Sonatine): Jacques Ibert.
Accompanist: Larissa Schneider. Piano Division. Scott Coyte, piano. Jardins sous la pluie: Debussy. Special Awards not being presented : String Division. Shine Wang, violin. String Division. James Morley, cello
2013 METROPOLITAN MALE CHOIR Annual Music Scholarship plus guest appearances.
1st Place & $1500. Jade Paterson, Violinist. Age 14. Immanuel College, taught by Professor Keith Crellin. 2nd Place & $750. Ben Smith, Pianist. Age 11. Crafers Primary School, taught by Wendy Eckerman
2013 SPECIAL AWARD WINNERS CONCERT. Mon 9 September at 7.30pm. Salvation Army Citadel, Norwood. $10, $8, U12 free
Marryatville Concert Choir, Saujas Chanana, Ethan Hurn, Sophia Fry, Shine Wang, St John’s Grammar A Cappella, Lewis Blanchard-Jackson, Elizabeth Inaba-Hill, Benjamin Francis, Bethany Marsch, Jordan Patterson, Harmony Gordon, Jade Patterson, Anna Ragg, Janani Ramamoorthy, Branko Lorinov, Matthias Fresacher, Tatyana Hubczenko, Joshua Oates, Kate Worley, Emma Wu, Scott Coyte, (Tianyou Ma)
Accompanists : Natalie Stanco, Margaret Lambert, Anita Blanchard-Jackson, Tom Saunders, Jamie Cock, Mark Sandon
2013 NATIONAL MBS YOUNG PERFORMER’S AWARD.
SA Final 15-9-13 at 2.30pm. St John’s Anglican Church. $10, 5MBS $5
Vocalists : Dione Baker, Lisa Cannizzaro, Branko Lovrinov, Emma Wu
Instrumentalists : Scott Coyte, Tatyana Hubczenko, Joshua Oates, Kate Worley
1992 – 2014 ARNOLD MATTERS VOCAL SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS.
1992-Vanessa Benger. 1994-Grant Doyle. 1996-Alison Farr. 1998-Matthew Henrick. 2000-Erika Tolano. 2002-Maxine Montgomery. 2004-Andrew Turner. 2006-Patrick Lim. 2008-Lauren Easton. 2010-Robert Macfarlane. 2012-Ian Andrew. 2014-Sarah Jane Pattichis
2014 BETA SIGMA PHI CLASSICAL MUSIC AWARD. Elder Hall, 7-1-14
1st. Fiona McArdle. 2nd. Macarena Zambrano. Finalist Prizes. David Moran & Karina Jay
2014 SPECIAL AWARD WINNERS CONCERT. Mon 15 September at 7.30pm. Salvation Army Citadel, Norwood. $10, $8, U12 free
Marryatville High School Concert Choir, Eric Chen, Tahlia Wset, Ethan Hurn, Anna Duan, Casey Binns, Trinity College Senior Choir, Jodie Lee, Philippa McAuliffe, Kelly Lee, Maria Zhdanovich, Eric Chen, Janani Ramamoorthy, Ethan Hurn, James Morley, Jessica Stanhope, Joseph Yuan, Jade Paterson, Scott Coyte, Harmony Gordon, Aiden Sullivan, Marianna Grynchuk, (not performing : Matthias Fresacher, Elizabeth Inaba-Hill, Emma Wu)
Accompanists : Sachiko Hidaka, Margaret Lambert, Thomas Philp, Glenys March, John Hall, Helen Yon, Jamie Cock, Mark Sandon.
2014 YOUNG VIRTUOSO SA FINAL ( was MBS Young Performer ) Sunday October 12, St John’s Church, Adelaide
Emma Wu, soprano. Scott Coyte, piano. Blake Parham, baritone. Jordan Paterson, flute. Marianna Grynchuk, piano. Jade Paterson, violin. Branko Lovrinov, tenor. Marianna Grynchuk was selected as the SA Finalist.
2014 METROPOLITAN MALE CHOIR Annual Music Scholarship.
1st Place. Jordan Paterson, Flautist. 2nd Place. Cecilia Tran, Pianist. June Genders Encouragement Award. Tatyana Hubczenko, Pianist
2015 METROPOLITAN MALE CHOIR Annual Music Scholarship.
1st Place. Sarah Nhu Dinh, 15 yo pianist, Wilderness School. 2nd Place. Scarlett Gallery, 16 yo violinist, Seymour College. June Genders Encouragement Award. Ethan Hurn. 12 yo saxophonist, St Andrews School
Selection panel : Timothy Sexton, Andrew Georg, June Genders
2016 SPECIAL AWARD WINNERS CONCERT. Mon 26 September at 7.30pm.
Salvation Army Citadel, Norwood. $10, $8, U12 free
Marryatville High School Concert Choir, Canyu Jia, Imani Brechin, Fabio Frisan, Kiley Li,
Joshua Owade, Illyah Mirzaei, James Munro, Jasmine Milton, Tim Tran, Aiden Sullivan, Karina Jay, Jody Lee, Katarina Samaras, Linh Nguyen, Jack Overall, Maria Zhdanovich, Marcus Kha, Emanuel Auciello, Victoria Coxhill, An Nguyen, Cheri Wong, Madeline Stewart, Angel Li, Tatyana Hubczenko
Accompanists : Margaret Lambert, Frances Norton, Penelope Cashman, Dave Philips,
Adelfi String Quartet, Karen Snape, Nicholas Bennett, Jamie Cock, Michael Ierace