Festival Awards 2014
(LIST IS SUBJECT TO REVISION AT ANY TIME)
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The Award List is subject to revision at any time.
 
Award List for Festival 2014

1000

3M Canada Company

500

Anderson - Phyllis Anderson Memorial

200

Anonymous - $100 Award to Elementary Chir & a $100 Award to Secondary School choir
performing the first two verses of O Canada, any voicing

1,200

Arnsby - M.F. Arnsby Property Management Ltd.

500

Barrett - Frank K. Barrett Memorial

200

Barron - John and Lowell Barron - Choral

200

Barth - Karin H. Barth in memory of Frank Van Zeist

1000

Bales - Gerald Bales Award in Pipe Organ Class (Lutheran Social Services (London)

200

Berkshire Beavers Square Dance Club members

100

Bettger - Bill & Eva Bettger $100 Award for the Best Primary, Junior or Youth Church Choir
(Colborne Street United Church).

500

Bullock - John W. Bullock Memorial

400

Burroughs - Jan Burroughs Memorial Awards - Violin & Cello, Jr. & Intermediate level

100

Cleland - Bill & Charlotte Cleland - Junior Piano

100

Collier - Don & Helen Collier Memorial

100

Dunne - Don Dunne Memorial

400

England - Squadron Leader England , DFC (RAF) Memorial - Piano and Vocal

200

Farrow - Michael H. Farrow Memorial - Primary Choirs (Dr. Lynda E. Robbins)

150

Gahagan - Kathleen Gahagen - Harp

200

Gartshore - Col. Wm. M. Gartshore Chapter IODE

100

Green - Ann Marie Green Memorial - Piano
(Ontario Registered Music Teachers' Association (London Branch)

100

Gysbers - Paula Gysbers - Junior Brass

100

Hanbidge - C.O. (Hank) Hanbidge Memorial (John & Dianne Hanbidge)

100

Hannay - Virginia Hannay, Kiwanis Club of Middlesex (London) member - Pipe & Drum

300

Harrington - Neil Harrington (former Moonliters Orchestra)
- Heterogeneous (mixed) Ensembles

200

Harris - James A. Harris Memorial

1000

Hay - Jack and Barbara Hay Foundation Memorial

300

Hayman Construction

500

Hilton - Distinguished Past Lt. Gov. Rupert Hilton Memorial
(Ken & Joyce Thomson)

250

Johnson - Nelson & Marguerite Memorial - Piano

250

Kellogg Canada Inc.

Tuition

Kincardine Summer Music Festival Any Program (Two $165 tuition credits)

 

Kiwanis Club of Forest City-London Memorials:

375

Kelly - Harriet Kelly Award - Secondary School Participation Award

300

McIlroy - W. Eric McIlroy Memorial - Piano

various

Eila Alford Memorial, Aaron Cole Memorial, Charles Ha Memorial, Robert T. Jones Memorial,
Edith & Millard McBain Memorial, Stewart Thompson Memorial, Dick White Memorial

1000

Kiwanis Club of Forest City-London

1000

Kiwanis Club of Forest City- London - Rose Bowl Competition

800

Kiwanis Club of Middlesex ( London )

500

Kiwanis Club of Middlesex ( London ) “Goldie” Quantz Memorial - Cello

100

Kiwanis Club of Middlesex ( London ) in memory of Mrs. William Corfield

500

Kiwanis Club of North London ( London ) - Best Body of work by a S.S. Band

500

Kiwanis Club of North London ( London ) - Best Body of work by a S.S. Choir

500

Kiwanis Club of North London ( London ) - Best Body of work by a S.S. Orchestra

500

Kiwanis Club of Thames Valley-Fanshawe Trust

200

Kiwanis Club of Tillsonburg

14000

Kiwanis Music Festival of London Inc.

1000

Kiwanis Music Festival of London Inc. - W.G. "Goldie" & Dorothea Quantz Memorial

100

Ledgley Pianos Ltd. - 6 Years & Under, Piano

200

Leung - Stephanie Leung Memorial - Piano

100

Ley - Dr. John & Mrs. Valery Ley - Violin

6000

Lutheran Social Services - Awards

500

McDowell - Lansing McDowell Memorial (Royal Canadian College of Organists)

200

McIntosh - Betty & Don McIntosh

200

Miller - Marion Miller - Piano

100

Morris - Robert J. “Bob” Morris Memorial - Grade 8 & Under Classical Piano

Tuition

National Music Camp of Canada (1 Junior Division $425.00 & 1 Senior Division $450.00)

400

Nelson - Bruce Nelson Memorial

200

Novak - Sylvia Novak Memorial - piano
(Ontario Registered Music Teachers’ Association London)

100

Ontario Alpha Zeta Master Chapter
Beta Sigma Phi Sorority - female vocalist, ages 12-15

200

Ontario Registered Music Teachers' Association (London) two @ $100 each - Jr. Piano

   

100

Perkin - Denys M. Perkin Memorial - Female Vocal Solo - Untrained Voice - $100 each class

100

Perkin - Denys M. Perkin Memorial - Male Vocal Solo - Untrained Voice - $100 each class
( Labatt Breweries Ltd. on behalf of Wayne Perkin)

200

Police Boys Band Alumni Award - $200 to Martin Boundy Memorial Trophy winner

100

Police Boys Band Alumni Award - $100 to Finlay Carroll Memorial Trophy winner

100

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario, London-Middlesex (RWTO London-Middlesex)
- Junior, Intermediate & Senior Speech Arts

150

Rowell - Karen M. Rowell - Canadian composition performance, any discipline

500

Royal Canadian College of Organists (RCCO) for Repertoire Class 2300

100

Schuessler - Karen Schuessler Singers - Mixed Voice Choir - Class 8505, S.A.B.

100

Scott - Jim and Bev Scott

175

Scott’s Highland Services Ltd. - piping and drumming

125

Scott - Rebecca Higham Scott Memorial (The Rev. Charles Scott)

50

Sefton - Terry Sefton - two awards for Jr. & Sr. Cello, Unaccompanied Bach

500

Sells - Kathryn Sells Memorial - Piano (Women's Canadian Club)

100

Spence - Lynda Spence Memorial - Piano - (Susan & Christopher Arscott)

300

Spencer - William Melville Spencer Chapter IODE - Junior Vocal Male, Junior Vocal Female

100

St. John - Sharie St. John - Junior Strings

300

Strachan - Elementary School Choir, Best Body of Work

300

Strachan - Brian & Carol Strachan - Body of Work for Elementary Choirs,
in three or more quality performances.

100

Tandberg - Irene Tandberg - two awards @ $50 for Jr. & Sr. Violin for Unaccompanied Bach

150

Trethewey - John V. Trethewey Memorial

200

Whatley - Zoe Whatley Memorial - Piano
(Ontario Registered Music Teachers’ Association London)

200

Dr. J. Wojcik & Mrs. D. Wojcik and family - Voice & Cello

125

Wooster - Ken Wooster

500

Yanchus-Hibbard Studios - Piano

 

 

The Award List is subject to revision at any time.

 

The Festival welcomes individual and corporate awards.
Please consider making room in your long term financial plans for future support of the music festival. Including The Kiwanis Music Festival of London Inc. in your will is a decision that will have a positive impact on generations to come - children and adults alike - who will continue to learn from and enjoy the challenge of the Kiwanis Music Festival.

If you would like to contribute to the Awards Fund,
please contact Paul Berthelet


Our object is not to gain a prize
or to defeat a rival
but to pace one another
on the road to excellence.

Sir Walford Davies