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 Awards

                      Congratulation to all of our Winners 

    

  bye22016-2017 Awards

 

  Marta Tuters  Award       $50  Abiah Smikle, piano

  Peter Bear Award            $50  Lizzie Metropolyt , violin

                                            $50 Megan Araujo. piano

                                         

  Larissa Award                 $100  Ella Morash, voice
                                            $100  Abbie Bradbury, voice

                                         

 



 tower-heritage-mint-coins-1 Teachers Choice Medals 

Julianna Cundill, Theory .... Scott Frickleton, Jr. Piano

Megan Ali, Theory .... Maya Jaworski, voice

Emily Rae, violin ... Aaron Wilbur, piano

Grace Nwahba, piano ... Emma Harris, piano

Claudia Holy, piano ... Charleigh Tsigaris, Ukulele

Zeshawn Smikle, guitar

  


 


 Kiwanis Festival 2017 1st Place

 Grace Nwahba, piano

 Claudia Holy, piano

 Ella Morash, voice

 Hana Prentice, voice

 Abbie Bradbury, voice

 Lacey Biggs, voice (2)

 William Malcolm, voice

 Kiwanis Festival 2017 2nd Place

 Molly Maloney

 Gavin Simionato, piano

 Alexandra Phillips, piano

 Alexandra Phillips, voice

 Kiwanis Festival 2017 3rd Place

 Emma Harris, voice

 Claudia Holy, voice

 Gavin Simionato, piano

 Michaelle Nwahba, violin

 Scott Frickleton, piano


 Kiwanis Festival 2017 4th Place

 Ethan Miller, voice

 Ethan Miller, piano

 Emma Harris, piano

 Trinity Martyne, voice

 Owen Snider, piano

 Cole Snider, piano


 Kiwanis Festival 2017 Participant

 Olivia Lamanna, violin

 Holly McIntyre, violin


 


NMS - Award Information


 
Larissa Award

 Named in honour of Margritís maternal grandmother Larissa Nikolajewna-Stonskaja.          

     A grand lady, born in the city of Kharkov, in the Ukraine; the daughter of Baron Nikolai   Stonskoy and Valentina Smokowskaja. She married Grigory Pavlovich Plinokos, a minister with the government. Prior to world war two, Larissa widowed. 

 In July 1943 she fled to Germany with her daughters Irina & Asja and eventually immigrated to Canada in the early 1950ís.  Educated in the arts, she had a passion for music and played the piano beautifully.  She spoke several Slavic languages as well as German, French and English.  The award is given in her memory, to honour her heritage, struggles, and fortitude. 

 This award is given to the student showing overall the most personal musical development and achievement. It is used for the advancement of musical education. Recognizing student on a plaque plus a $100.00 gift certificate.

 Marta Tuters Award

Named in honour of Margritís piano teacher at the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto. She was a teacher and performer as well as an accompanist for the Canadian Opera Company.

 This award is given to the senior student showing the most personal musical development and achievement.  It is used for the advancement of musical education.  It recognizes students on a studio plaque plus a $50.00 gift certificate.  

 

 Peter Bear Award      

 Named in honour of Margritís life long best friend. 

This award is given to the junior student showing the most personal musical development and achievement.  It is used for the advancement of musical education.  It recognizes students on a studio plaque plus a $50.00 gift certificate.

 
​​​​​​​(Ija) Asja Stoskaja-Plinokos Music Education Award

 Named in honour of  Margrit's mother Asja, this award is given to the student graduating NMS  to University Studies. It recognizes students on a studio plaque plus a $100.00 gift certificate.








  

 




 

 






   

















    

 

 














 

 

 











 


 

 


 

 

 

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