Students participate in NCFMC Festival at Wake Forest


Staff Report



WINSTON-SALEM — The N.C. Federation of Junior Music Clubs (NCFMC) held a district festival on March 4 at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem.

The Fantasia Junior Music Club, students of Tammy S. Prevette, participated in various musical events. Students performed in hymn playing, piano solo, vocal solo musical theater, and vocal duet musical theater events.

Receiving superior ratings in hymn playing events were Monica Bridgeman, primary C; Eryn Brown, primary C; Ethan Brown, primary A; Anslee Prevette, pre-primary; Sadie Smith, Class I; Bailey Stanley, primary A; Peyton Tuttle, primary C; Josie Wallis, primary B; Jack Zamudio, Class I; and Jeremy Zamudio, primary C.

Students receiving excellent ratings in hymn playing events were Caroline Alley, primary D; Caleb Norwood, primary C; and Lizzie Shew, primary D.

Students receiving superior ratings in piano solo events were Caroline Alley, elementary II; Ian Culler, primary II; Chloe Hincher, elementary I; Lizzie Shew, elementary I; Sadie Smith, moderately difficult II; Peyton Tuttle, primary II; Josie Wallis, primary II; and Jeremy Zamudio, elementary I.

Receiving an excellent rating in piano solo event was Jack Zamudio, moderately difficult II.

Receiving superior ratings in vocal musical theater events were Seth Adams, musically advanced I; Anna Brooks, musically advanced II; Callie Hall, elementary I; Madyson Roten, elementary I; Paige Scott, senior III; Hollin Stewart, elementary III; and Grace Wall, senior I.

Receiving superior ratings in vocal duet musical theater events were Seth Adams, senior class; and Paige Scott, senior class.

Representing the Winston-Salem District at the NCFMC State Competition on April 8 at UNC-G will be Anna Brooks and Sadie Smith. Anna will be competing for the Nettie Loflin Musical Theater Award in vocal solos, musically advanced II level. Sadie will be competing for the Carolyn Summerlin Memorial Hymn Playing Cup, class I hymns, and the Mary Davis Memorial Award in piano solos, moderately difficult II.

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