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High school Regional Music Festival winners are announced

The Spokane Falls Music Educators Association has announced winners of the Regional Music Festival held Saturday at Rogers High School. Here are the winners for each category:

String Quartet – Mead High School

Large Brass Ensemble – Ferris

Multiple Percussion Ensemble – Mt. Spokane

Advanced Large Percussion Ensemble – Ferris

Brass Quartet – Mead

Saxophone Quartet – Mead

Advanced Large Percussion Ensemble – Ferris

Men’s Quartet, Men’s Small Ensemble – Ferris

Men’s Large Ensemble – Saxon Knights, Ferris

Large Mixed Ensemble – 4th & Steven, Lewis and Clark

Women’s Small Vocal Ensemble – Brunette Duet, Lewis and Clark

Women’s Large Vocal Ensemble –Canterbury Belles, Ferris

Woodwind Large Ensemble – Ferris Flutes

Large String Ensemble – Mead HS Chamber Orchestra

French Horn – Michael Girsberger, Ferris

Tenor/Baritone Saxophone – Samantha Thompson, Mead

Cello – Kevin McCracken, Lewis and Clark

String Bass – Olivia Chadwell, Lewis and Clark

Timpani – Chase LaPlante, Mt. Spokane

Trumpet/Cornet – Megan Jurasin, Lewis and Clark

Soprano, Voice – Kyra Fowler, Ferris

Mezzo Soprano - Voice – Lorelei Dimmel, Mead

Trombone – Amelia Stockdill, Ferris

Euphonium/Baritone Horn – Jacob Zacharias, Mt. Spokane

Tuba – Nadia Harry, Mt. Spokane

Flute-Piccolo – Alaina Stockdill, Ferris

Oboe/English Horn – Noah Schilbe, Ferris

Clarinet – Liam Cameron, Lewis and Clark

Soprano/Alto Saxophone – Connor Brennan, Mt. Spokane

Mallets – Dylan Pearson, Ferris

Snare Drum – Dylan Hastings, Rogers

Tenor, Voice – Dylan Pearson, Ferris

Alto, Voice – Susie Jones, St. George’s

Alto/Bass Clarinet – Caleb McKen, Lewis and Clark

Bassoon – Caleb Jordan, Lewis and Clark

Baritone, Voice – Tristan Dexter, Shadle Park

Bass, Voice – David Molgard, Mt. Spokane

Piano – Sarah Wu, St. George’s


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