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CNP Music Festival Returns
Crowsnest Pass Herald Front Page
EZRA BLACK
Pass Herald Reporter
The Crowsnest Pass Music Festival would like to announce the return of the festival, from March 7-11, 2016, followed by the Grand Concert at 7:00 pm, Friday March 18, 2016.

This year, we are pleased to welcome three adjudicators to the Crowsnest Pass. To adjudicate piano classes this year, we welcome Calgary native, Lana Henchell. Ms. Henchell graduated with her Doctoral degree in piano performance from McGill University and has also received both her undergraduate and graduate degrees in piano performance at the University of Calgary. In addition to performing, Lana currently teaches privately and sessionally at the University of Calgary.

Adjudicator Olena Kilchyk will visit from Calgary to offer advice to our bowed strings and fretted strings classes. Ms. Kilchyk is a native of Odessa, Ukraine, where she graduated from the Odessa State Music College and the Odessa State Conservatory. After immigrating to Canada, Olena received a Master of Music Degree in Cello Performance from the University of Calgary. Currently Olena is the principal cellist for the Calgary Bach Festival Society.

We welcome Diane Llewelyn-Jones as the adjudicator for vocal, musical theatre, speech and choral classes. She began singing in festivals at the age of 7. A love of performing laid the foundation of a life- long musical and theatrical career. She holds a Bachelor Degree in Theatre Arts from Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. Diane is the owner and artistic director of the Waterton Teenie Weenie Theatre Company in Waterton, AB, which specializes in family friendly productions.
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Since 1957, the Crowsnest Pass Music Festival has offered students in our area and neighbouring communities a chance to perform for qualified teachers and receive valuable feedback to help direct their studies. It is also a wonderful opportunity for community members to hear fine performances of a wide range of music, and to support young people on their quest for excellence. Many students have gone on to perform at the provincial level - some have even gone on to pursue music careers on the international stage.

All music students are invited to enter the festival, regardless of instrument or style of music. Although it is mainly for school-age children, adults and families are also welcome to register. The festival has the ability to create new classes based on interest and is open to new ideas and new members.

NEW …Online Registration!! Visit our website at www.crowsnestpassmusicfestival.com for more information. Registration deadline is January 31, 2016.
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