FILE — Hannah Klemmensen

Results from regional music exams

The B.C. Registered Music Teachers of Trail Castlegar congratulate the following students

The B.C. Registered Music Teachers of Trail & Castlegar congratulate the following students

for successfully completing the 2016/17 Examination Sessions. Names appear in alphabetical order.

Royal Conservatory of Music Examinations

Practical Results:

Level 1 Piano: First Class Honours – Graham Upward

Level 2 Piano: First Class Honours – Rianna van Toder; Honours – Marcus Hamm

Level 3 Piano: First Class Honours – Hayden White, McKenna White; Honours – Amy

Illes

Level 4 Piano: First Class Honours – Sophie Hargreaves

Level 5 Piano: Honours – Malgorzata Matyszak

Level 6 Piano: First Class Honours – Morgan Corkill, Avery Palmer; Honours – Landon

LaFond

Level 8 Piano: First Class Honours – Hannah Klemmensen

Elementary Piano Pedagogy: First Class Honours – Gwen Higgins

Theoretical Results:

Level 5: First Class Honours with Distinction – Maya Maturo, Malgorzata Matyszak

Level 6: First Class Honours with Distinction – Monika Amann, Maya Maturo, Avery

Palmer, Kaleb Wight

Level 8: First Class Honours with Distinction – Brenda Henry

Level 9 History: First Class Honours – Gwen Higgins

Conservatory Canada Examinations

Practical Results (Classical):

Grade 1 Piano: First Class Honours – Jake Carew, Jake Jeong, Olivia Ovington

Grade 4 Piano: First Class Honours – Evelyn Upward

Grade 5 Piano: First Class Honours with Distinction – Levana Lemelin

Practical Results (Contemporary Idioms):

Level 1 Piano: First Class Honours with Distinction – Bryn Basham, Anika Huel; First

Class Honours – Oliver Bell, Isla Bitting, Léa Boiridy-Graves, Bobby Edge, Ellie

Kermode, Barbara MacKay

Level 2 Piano: First Class Honours with Distinction – Spencer Ridge; First Class

Honours – Jordan Fontes, Mignon Helberg, Hanna Krampl, Marek Krampl, Ryan

Lemelin, Talia McFaddin

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Level 3 Piano: First Class Honours with Distinction – Danica Gritchin, Adam Heale

Level 4 Piano: First Class Honours – Marguerite Helberg, Joshua MacInnis, Sofia

Maturo, Paige McFaddin; Honours – Hannah Williams

Level 5 Piano: Honours – Radek Krampl

Level 8 Piano: First Class Honours – Caleb Kavaloff

Theoretical Results:

Theory 1: First Class Honours with Distinction – Levana Lemelin

Theory 4: First Class Honours with Distinction – Caleb Kavaloff

Conservatory Canada Medals:

• Conservatory Canada Medal of Excellence for Level 1 – Piano Contemporary

Idioms: Bryn Basham (highest mark in B.C.)

• Conservatory Canada Medal of Excellence for Level 2 – Piano Contemporary

Idioms: Spencer Ridge (highest mark in B.C.)

• Conservatory Canada Medal of Excellence for Level 3 – Piano Contemporary

Idioms: Danica Gritchin (highest mark in B.C.)

• Conservatory Canada Medal of Excellence for Level 4 – Piano Contemporary

Idioms: Sofia Maturo (highest mark in B.C.)

• Conservatory Canada Medal of Excellence for Grade 5 – Piano Classical: Levana

Lemelin

• Conservatory Canada Medal of Excellence for Theory 4: Caleb Kavaloff (highest

mark in B.C.)

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