Year 2018

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(O - Outstanding : D - Distinction : C - Commended
M - Merit : m - Moderate : F - Fair )


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Royal Hall 25/04/2018
09:15 AM SC1a
String Class - Violin & Viola (Grades 1 to 2)
Adjudicator: Jeffrey Wynn-Davies
Official accompanist: Graham Kirkland
Test: Own choice. Time limit 3 minutes.
Award: The Geoffrey Nicks Memorial Trophy will be awarded to the best viola or double base player under 15.
1. Florence Leigh Douglas 82 M
2. Cristina Cruz-Readi Ballasalla 85 C
3. Sophie Hindson Ballacottier School 86 C
4. Thomas Gilmore Bunscoill Rhumsaa 83 M
5. Ffinlo Corkill Bunscoill Rhumsaa 82 M
6. Gypsy Quirk Mannin Music 83 M
7. Oliver Morris Bunsoill Rhumsaa 84 C

SC1b
String Class - Cello and Double Bass (Grades 1 to 2)
Adjudicator: Jeffrey Wynn-Davies
Official accompanist: Graham Kirkland
Test: Own choice. Time limit 3 minutes.
Award: Best Cello player will be awarded the Ambassador Trophy The Geoffrey Nicks Memorial Trophy will be awarded to the best viola or double base player under 15.
1. Lily Burt Marown Primary School 84 C

SC1c
String Class - Plucked Strings (Grades 1 to 2)
Adjudicator: Jeffrey Wynn-Davies
Official accompanist: Graham Kirkland
Test: Own choice - Time limit 3 minutes.
1. Maisie-Mae Kinrade Bunscoill Rhumsaa 83 M
2. Charlotte Brooks Ramsey Grammar 85 C
3. Elyse Grant Ramsey Grammar School 84 C
4. Amy Lewthwaite Bunscoill Rhumsaa 84 C
5. Jasmin Pullen Dhoon School 81 M
6. Arthur Owenson Buchan Castle Town 82 M
7. Annabel Ratcliffe Bunscoill Rhumsaa 85 C
8. Xander Shirtliff Colby 83 M
9. Ryly Roberts Bunscoill Rhumsaa 81 M
10. Sophia Shimmin Dhoon School W
11. Mia Long Bunscoill Rhumsaa 84 C
12. Lucy-May Liney Bunscoill Rhumsaa W
13. Grenya Head Castletown 84 C
14. Ruby Grant Ramsey Grammar School 87 D

SC2a
String Class - Violin & Viola (Grades 3 to 4)
Adjudicator: Christina Thompson
Official accompanist: Graham Kirkland
Test: Own choice. Time limit 5 minutes.
Award: The Geoffrey Nicks Memorial Trophy will be awarded to the best viola or double base player under 15.
1. Xander Shirtliff Colby 86 C
2. Abbigail Radcliffe Mannin Music 85 C

SC2c
String Class - Plucked Strings (Grades 3 to 4)
Adjudicator: Jeffrey Wynn-Davies
Official accompanist: Graham Kirkland
Test: Own choice. Time limit 5 Minutes
1. Lucy Gilmore Ramsey 88 D
2. Arabella Ayen Ramsey 90 O

SC2b
String Class - Cello and Double Bass (Grades 3 to 4)
Adjudicator: Jeffrey Wynn-Davies
Official accompanist: Graham Kirkland
Test: Own choice. Time limit 5 minutes.
Award: The Geoffrey Nicks Memorial Trophy will be awarded to the best viola or double base player under 15.
1. Aalish Watts CRHS, Castletown 84 C
2. Archibald Elliott Ronague 86 C

SC3a
String Class (Grades 5 & above) Violin & Viola
Adjudicator: Jeffrey Wynn-Davies
Official accompanist: Graham Kirkland
Test: Own choice. A balanced programme. Time limit 10 minutes.
Award: The Geoffrey Nicks Memorial Trophy will be awarded to the best viola or double base player under 15.
1. Anna Glynn Castletown 86 C
2. Polly Glynn Castletown 88 D

SC3b
String Class (Grade 5 & above) Cello & Double Bass
Adjudicator: Jeffrey Wynn-Davies
Official accompanist: Graham Kirkland
Test: Own choice. A balanced programme. Time limit 10 minutes
Award: The Geoffrey Nicks Memorial Trophy will be awarded to the best viola or double base player under 15.
1. Grace Templer Santon 87 D

SC3c
String Class (Grade 5 & above) Plucked Strings
Adjudicator: Jeffrey Wynn-Davies
Official accompanist: Graham Kirkland
Test: Own choice. A balanced programme. Time limit 10 minutes.
1. James Corkhill Douglas

02:00 PM S6
Special Baritone Solo
Adjudicator: Penny Price-Jones
Official accompanist: Jill Collings
Test: (a) “Pur Dicesti, O Bocca Bella" Lotti
or
(b) “I Will Go with my Father A-ploughing" Gurney
plus
(c) Own choice
1. John Snelling Glen Maye 83 M
2. Simon Fletcher Douglas 85 C
3. David Dawson Colby 84 C
4. John Qualtrough Cheltenham 87 D
5. Arie Eisinger Lower Foxdale 85 C
6. Paul Lewin Douglas 83 M
7. John Rimmer Castleward 85 C
8. Matthew Quinn Ramsey 88 D

S5
Special Tenor Solo
Adjudicator: Penny Price-Jones
Official accompanist: Gareth Moore
Test: (a) “O Del Mio Dolce Ardor" Gluck
or
(b) “Bredon Hill" Butterworth
plus
(c) Own choice
1. Nicholas Roberts Douglas W
2. Michael Corkhill Douglas 87 D
3. Ernie Thorn Onchan 85 C

S3
Special Mezzo Soprano Solo
Adjudicator: Penny Price-Jones
Official accompanist: Graham Kirkland
Test: (a) “Vergin, Tutto Amor" Durante
or
(b) “Silent Noon" Vaughan Williams
plus
(c) Own Choice
1. Helen Prescott Douglas 85 C
2. Amy Shanahan Castletown 84 C
3. Debbie Gooding Douglas 87 D
4. Linda Corkish Onchan 86 C

06:30 PM SG4
Operatic Duet
Adjudicator: Penny Price-Jones
Official accompanist: Madeline Kelly
Test: Own choice.
1. Catherine Williamson Colby/Castletown 85 C
2. Karen Elliott Peel/Ramsey 88 D
3. Charlotte Faragher Onchan W
4. Olivia Black Douglas 86 C
5. Ruth Tickle Douglas 87 D

S9
Operatic Solo (Adult)
Adjudicator: Penny Price-Jones
Official accompanist: Madeline Kelly
Test: Own choice to be sung in the key in which it would be sung in the opera.
Best Tenor: Robert R. Nicholl Rose Bowl.
Best Baritone: William Curphey Memorial Challenge Cup.
Best Soprano: Pat Quigley Trophy.
Best Bass: Wilkinson Cup.
Best Mezzo-Soprano: Gladys Skillicorn Rose Bowl.
Best Contralto: Lilliard Pickard Shield.
Official Accompanist must be used.
Award: Best Soprano - The Pat Quigley Trophy Best Mezzo - The Gladys Skillicorn Rose Bowl Best Contralto - The Lilian Pickard Shield Best Operatic Tenor - The Robert R Nicholl Rose Bowl Best Baritone - The William Curphey Memorial Challenge Cup Best Bass - The Wilkinson Cup
1. Simon Bampton Jurby West 84 C
2. Terence Qualtrough Castletown W
3. Debbie Gooding Douglas W
4. Emily Coates Douglas 89 D
5. Gemma Varnom Douglas W
6. Matthew Quinn Ramsey W
7. John Rimmer Castleward 85 C
8. Olivia Black Douglas W
9. Paul Lewin Douglas 84 C
10. Morag Withey Douglas 86 C
11. Andrew Williamson Ballaugh W
12. Karen Elliott Peel 88 D
13. Wendy Cregeen-Hall Preston 85 C

A1
Music Composition
Adjudicator: Penny Price-Jones
Official accompanist:
Test: To maintain a link with our cultural heritage, the challenge is to compose a piece of music for a maximum of FIVE performers on a Manx theme. Competitors may arrange a performance of their piece which will follow the adjudication.
Award:
Timothy Price was the winner in this class
1. Madeline Kelly Peel
2. Timothy Price Maughold
3. Marilyn Cannell Kirk Michael

S13a
Victorian or Edwardian (Adult) Ballad
Adjudicator: Penny Price-Jones
Official accompanist: Jill Collings
Test: Own choice of song up to 1920.
Dress optional. Time limit 5 minutes.
1. Arthur Bawden Peel 84 C
2. Arie Eisinger Lower Foxdale 85 C
3. Mike Durber Peel 86 C
4. Allan Wilcocks Douglas 87 D
5. Matthew Quinn Ramsey 86 C
6. Jean Kennish Andreas W
7. Terence Qualtrough Castletown 88 D
8. Kay Harker Douglas W
9. Andrew Williamson Ballaugh W
10. Debbie Gooding Douglas 85 C
11. Peter Cringle Kirk Michael 85 C
12. Simon Bampton Jurby West 84 C
13. Kenneth Bawden Baldrine W


Promenade Suite 25/04/2018
09:15 AM D20b
The Spoken Word (Year 2)
Adjudicator: Anne Norman
Official accompanist:
Test: Competitors to recite either
(a) “Marbles" Michael Kavanagh
(b) "The Snowman" anon.
1. Josie Quirk St Johns Primary School 84 C
2. Evie Allan St Johns Primary School 83 M
3. Holly Nyawai Broadway TC 83 M
4. Emily Rigaux St Johns School W
5. Oishani Chakraborti Broadway TC 84 C
6. Daisy Shimmin St Johns School 82 M
7. Keeva Miller Rushen Primary School 83 M
8. Kaylee Lewney St Johns School 81 M
9. Corrin Leavey St Johns School 81 M
10. Sienna Kitching St Johns School 82 M
11. Daniel Spitsyn Onchan 84 C
12. Connie Phair Broadway TC 83 M
13. Alainn Carr Broadway TC 84 C
14. Holly Norbury Rushen Primary School 82 M
15. Quinn Forfar Rushen Primary School 81 M
16. Talya Giuliani Sulby 87 D
17. Charlotte Davies Buchan School 85 C
18. Lilly-Rose Nocera-Doyle Rushen Primary School 82 M
19. Megan Hargraves Rushen Primary School 84 C
20. Faith Watterson Rushen Primary School 86 C
21. Sophie Weldon Rushen Primary School 84 C
22. Melody Marsh Rushen Primary School 83 M
23. Edith Berry Rushen Primary School 83 M
24. Sofia Rice Rushen Primary School 85 C
25. Lexi-Mai Watterson-Overs Rushen Primary School 84 C

D1
Reading from the Bible (Years 3 to 6)
Adjudicator: Anne Norman
Official accompanist:
Test: Competitors to read either
(a) Mark 4 vs 35-41
OR
(b)Matthew 15 vs 32-39 inc
1. Pierre Giuliani Sulby 84 C
2. Umata Pugeva Foxdale Primary 84 C
3. Phoebe Elizabeth Davies Buchan School 84 C
4. Christina Grace Cilliers Arbory 85 C
5. Orry Wilson Broadway TC 86 C

D24
The Spoken Word (Year 6)
Adjudicator: Anne Norman
Official accompanist:
Test: Competitors will recite either
(a) “Star Turn" Frances Nagle
(b) "Spider Swallowing" Brian Moses
1. Cici Reed St Johns School 84 C
2. Harriet Shooter Sing Up 85 C
3. Orry Wilson Broadway TC 87 D
4. Mya De-Yoxall Onchan 84 C
5. Emily Bridson Broadway TC 85 C
6. William Shooter Sing Up 85 C
7. Katie Brew Onchan 84 C
8. Celize Vorster Broadway TC 85 C
9. Amelia Corris St Johns Primary School 88 D
10. Daisy Quinn Broadway TC 85 C
11. Lily Mitchell St Johns Primary School 85 C
12. Summer Rose St Johns School 85 C
13. Ania Majewska Broadway TC 84 C
14. Freyja Kelly Castletown 85 C
15. Tabby Rawson Broadway TC W
16. Lauren Gibney Broadway TC 83 M
17. Samuel Heeney Broadway TC 86 C
18. Kirree Corkish Onchan 82 M
19. Abigail Campbell Onchan 84 C
20. Ealish Ayres St Johns School 84 C
21. Bel Hughes St Johns School 85 C
22. Fenella Lane Onchan 83 M
23. Elizabeth Coulson Onchan 83 M
24. Isabel Parker Broadway TC 84 C
25. Santi Ramirez Broadway T.C. 87 D
26. Nancy Rawson Broadway TC 85 C

02:00 PM D14a
Duologue (Up to year 6)
Adjudicator: Felicity Amor
Official accompanist:
Test: Own choice. Time limit 8 minutes with a minimum of 4 minutes. No scenery or properties, excepting table, chairs and minimum props integral to the performance. Costumes optional.
1. Pierre Giuliani Sulby 85 C
2. Stella Karezi Broadway TC 84 C
3. Harriet Shooter Sing Up W
4. Kendra Metcalfe Stage One Drama School 82 M
5. Joey Hills The Platform Theatre School 83 M
6. Daisy Maddocks Stage One Drama School 88 D
7. Emily Bridson Broadway TC 87 D
8. Isaac Kreisky Stage One Drama School 86 C

D17a
Public Speaking (Up to Year 6)
Adjudicator: Felicity Amor
Official accompanist:
Test: Time limit 5 minutes. Title of piece to be on entry form.
Competitors to speak on one of the following topics:
(a) “If I were an animal I'd be..."
(b) "If I could meet a fictional character...."
(c) "The more we communicate the less we say...."
1. Elizabeth Perkins Stage One Drama School 82 M
2. Isabel Parker Broadway TC W
3. Pierre Giuliani Sulby W
4. Talya Giuliani Sulby W
5. Scarlett McKenna Peel 81 M
6. Phoebe Elizabeth Davies Buchan 88 D
7. Bel Hughes St Johns School 86 C
8. Jeremy Miranda Broadway TC 87 D
9. Summer Rose St Johns School 85 C
10. Morgan Braidwood Stage One Drama School 84 C
11. Stella Karezi Broadway TC 83 M

06:30 PM D14
Duologue (Up to Year 8) Discontinued
Adjudicator: Felicity Amor
Official accompanist:
Test: Own Choice. Time limit eight minutes with a minimum of four minutes.
No scenery or properties, excepting table, chairs and minimum props integral to the performance. Costumes optional. No Competitor will be permitted to appear more than once in this Class.

06:30 PM D14b
Duologue (Years 7 & 8)
Adjudicator: Felicity Amor
Official accompanist:
Test: Own choice. Time limit 8 minutes with a minimum of 4 minutes. No scenery or properties excepting table, chairs and minimum props integral to the performance. Costumes optional.
Award: The Lockstone cup to be awarded to the competitor with the highest marks in D14a or D14b
1. Georgia Harding Castletown 83 M
2. Amy Bloch Castletown 86 C
3. Shannon Murphy Castletown 81 M
4. Gwen Thornton KWC 85 C
5. Freya Cameron King Williams College W
6. Jason Miranda Broadway TC

D17b
Public Speaking (Years 7 & 8)
Adjudicator: Felicity Amor
Official accompanist:
Test: Time limit 5 minutes.
Competitors to speak on one of the following topics:
(a) “If I were an animal I'd be..."
(b) "If I could meet a fictional character..."
(c) "The more we communicate the less we say"
1. Ned Crellin KWC, Castletown 85 C
2. Hannah Kermode Broadway T.C. 87 D
3. Matilda Clague Baldrine 84 C
4. Jason Miranda Broadway TC 86 C