Winners named for M’bah Festival of Performing Arts
THE winners of the Murwillumbah Festival of Performing Arts have been announced.
They will attend an awards concert tomorrow from 7pm at the Murwillumbah Civic Centre.
G.H.Stainlay Award - Eleanor Hill
Southern Cross Runner Up - Lokman Lo Kate Carter
Most Promising Competitor - Jordan Foster
Pieris Award for The Promising Vocalist - Sara Donnelly
Pat & Keith Haydon Most Promising Pianist Award - Himman Lo
Hibbard Family Most Promising String Player - Andrew Namgung
Murwillumbah Philharmonic Choir of Choirs Award - Uki Public School
Most Promising Instrumental Group - Tweed River High School Jazz Group.
Most Promising Tweed Valley Competitor 13 years and over - Brandon Stoddart
Most Promising Competitor attending a Murwillumbah Dance School - Miranda Quantrill
Suzette-Maree Memorial Trophy. - Most Promising Dancer eight years and under - Zarah Carmichael
Downs Girls Trophy - Most Interesting Classical Ballet Improvisation 12 years and under - Georgia Dwyer
Hayley Peer Trophy - Most outstanding Modern Dancer 12 years and under - Talia Fidra
Ramsey Family Encouragement Trophy - Potential in Classical Ballet other than first or second place 12 years ands under - Talia Fidra
Sophie-Louise McAuliffe Trophy - Most Expressive Modern 13 yrs & over - Jacob Gabain
Nicole Nolan Trophy - Encouragement award 14yrs & under Tap - Ashley Cram
Coastal Dance Theatre Trophy - Most Promising All Rounder - Dominie Lythgoe
Southcoast Dancewear Trophy - Best Classical Dancer of the Festival - Gabriella Tooma.
Speech and drama awards:
JJ Richards Memorial Scholarship - Elke Gill
Runner Up Phil Taylor Trophy - Georgia Muller
Rotary Club of Mt.Warning AM 3rd place - Grace Malouf Halpin Family Perp.
Trophy Winner - Kirsty Purnell
Southern Cross Credit Union Runner Up - Isobelle Collie
Murwillumbah Chamber of Commerce Most Promising Tweed Valley Performer - Pirie Outridge
Tweed Theatre Co. Encouragement - Indiana Marshall Murwillumbah Theatre Co Senior Drama Award - Aponi Langsford Mann