District music festival winners honoured

The Prince George and District Music Festival has faded into history, leaving behind a list of medalists from its many disciplines and genres.

The winners from the Strings categories (please note, not all levels had competitors or those who attained medal-level scores) are as follows:

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Community Orchestra Category

Nechako Community Orchestra

Suzuki Solo

Level 3 Kellie Bedard cello

Level 7 Abigail Yin violin, Mataya Chouinard violin

Level 9 Hannah Yin violin

Baroque Solo

Grade 3 Morgan Pitre cello

Grade 4 Matteo Toyata cello

Grade 6 Junekyung Kim cello

Grade 8 Emily Kim violin, Eunho Kim violin, Tadd Mao violin

Grade 10 Luke Chen violin

Classical Solo

Grade 2 Isaiah Foreman violin

Grade 5 Katherine Bandstra violin, Levi Petka violin

Romantic Solo

Grade 4 Matteo Toyata cello

Grade 6 Hannah Corbett violin, Silas Godber cello

Grade 8 Tadd Mao violin, Eunho Kim violin

Grade 10 Kristi Corbett violin

Own Choice Solo

Grade 4 Geonho Kim violin

Grade 5 Levi Petkau violin

Grade 8 Emily Kim violin

Grade 10 Luke Chen violin

Conservatory Concert Group

Grade 2 Isla Cadell violin

Grade 5 Eric Zhao violin

Grade 6 Hannah Corbett violin

Grade 8 Tadd Mao violin

Grade 10 Kristi Corbett violin

Popular Solo

Grade 6 Sofya Toyata violin

Duet

Grade 8 Luke Chen & Tadd Mao violin

Suzuki Concert Group

Level 3 Fin Hofsted violin

Level 9 Hannah Yin violin

20th or 21st Century Solo

Grade 5 Levi Petkau cello

Grade 6 Silas Godber cello, Juneyung Kim cello

Grade 10 Luke Chen violin

-- for more musical festival results, see today's edition of 97/16.

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