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					  COTTINGHAM
   METHODIST
      CHURCH

        MUSICAL
     FESTIVAL 2010


    22nd January to 6th February
      Celebration Concert 6th March

        Programme
   Programme
  sponsored by
Cottingham Parish
     Council
       £1
     (All classes will be held at the Methodist Church except where indicated)

                                          Classes                                      Page
 Friday          22 Jan      1.30pm        School Instrumental Classes                   5
 Friday          22 Jan      5.30pm       Instrumental Classes                           5
 Saturday        23 Jan      9.00am       Instrumental Classes                           6
 Friday          29 Jan      1.30pm       School Choir Classes                           8
 Friday          29 Jan      6.00pm       Singing and Adult Singing Classes              8
 Saturday        30 Jan      9.00am       Singing and Adult Singing Classes              9
 Thursday        4 Feb       6.00pm       Piano Classes                                  12
 Friday          5 Feb       6.00pm       Piano Classes                                  13
 Saturday        6 Feb       9.00am       Piano Classes                                  14
 Saturday        6 Feb       10.30am      Choristers’ and Choral Classes                 16
                                          (at St Mary’s Parish Church)
 Saturday        6 Mar    6.30 & 8.15pm   Celebration Concert                            3


                                   REFRESHMENTS
  A wide range of Light Refreshments, including Light Lunches, is available in the Main
  Hall of the Methodist Church on Saturdays during the Festival.



                RECORDING (SOUND & VIDEO) and PHOTOGRAPHY

  As a Festival we are bound by Copyright Law. This means that we cannot allow
  Recording (sound or video) or Photography at any time during Festival performances
  or adjudications.



                               CHILD PROTECTION POLICY
Parents of all those under the age of 18 taking part in the Festival have been sent a copy of
the Festival Child Protection Policy. If you wish to see a copy please ask one of the officials.
The Policy is reviewed regularly and it is revised and enhancing it as necessary. In doing this
they will look to the British & International Federation of Festivals for support and that body,
in turn, will look to other agencies for good practice, most notably the NSPCC and Arts
Council of England policy guidelines.

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    THE COTTINGHAM METHODIST
       CHURCH MUSICAL FESTIVAL
                          is affiliated to

        THE BRITISH & INTERNATIONAL
    FEDERATION OF MUSICAL FESTIVALS
       of which HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN is patron




       FESTIVAL CELEBRATION CONCERT
       Saturday 6th March Junior Concert 6.30 to 7.45pm
                     Senior Concert 8.15 to 9.45pm
             (Refreshments will be available from 7.45 to 8.15pm)
In the last ten years you have donated over £5000, to numerous Charities
including
   Music and the Deaf                        Martin House Hospice
   May Lodge residential unit                FiND
   ARC                                       Missionaries of Charity
   NSPCC                                     Action for Children (formerly NCH)
    Thanks to you, last year’s concert raised £500 to help support young carers.

This year we are supporting
      THE CHRISTINE BROWN TRUST FOR YOUNG MUSICIANS
     for the advancement of education in music for musically talented children
      under the age of nineteen years resident within the county of Yorkshire.
      We hope that you will be generous in supporting this deserving charity.

        There is no admission charge, but there will be a retiring collection.


                         General Secretary Ian Cockerline
                   Email d.maskell@hull.ac.uk or phone 842347
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    This is our 33rd Annual Musical Festival. We hope you enjoy the performances of
     family and friends. The Festival is run by Cottingham Methodist Church and we
                  assure you of a warm welcome to all Church activities:
Sunday               8.45 am Holy Communion (2nd Sunday of each month)                        .




              10.00 am Service (with crèche available) and Junior Church
               (2nd Sunday of each month – Family and Parade Service)
                                   6.30 pm Service
    When there is a 5th Sunday – joint service at one of the Churches in Cottingham
      On some evenings we have a joint service with other Methodist Churches
      (please see the notices for details – available on the outside noticeboard)

Weekday activities for young people include First Steps (for young children and
carers), Beavers, Cubs, Scouts, Brownies and Rock Solid.

Other weekday activities include House Groups, Bible Study, Tuesday Fellowship,
Church Choir, Needlecraft Group and Film Evenings.
Details can be found on our website (www.cottingham-methodist.org.uk) and on the
notices (displayed on outside noticeboard). If in doubt please ask one of the Stewards.


SPECIAL AWARDS presented at the Celebration Concert

Two trophies are awarded to competitors recognised by the adjudicators as “most
promising performers” -
 in the junior age classes – the Eardley Kemp Trophy;
 in the senior age classes – the Frederick Ingilby Cup.
Victor Ludorum Shields are awarded to the most meritorious performance in each
section of the Festival.
The winners of the above trophies also receive a cheque to help them in their
further studies. This money has come from the “Friends of the Festival” who are
pleased to support young performers in this way. To join the Friends please turn
to the back page.
.

            Marking is based on the Federation Descriptors as shown below

Outstanding
  90+       An exceptional performance, both technically and artistically
Distinction
  87 - 89 An excellent performance technically and artistically
Commended
  84 - 86 A convincing performance technically and artistically
Merit
  81 - 83 A capable performance showing some artistic appreciation and/or technical ability
Moderate
  78 - 80 A performance showing development of technique and/or communication
Fair
  75 - 77 A performance limited in its communication
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Friday                   SCHOOL INSTRUMENTAL CLASSES                                       Methodist
Jan 22                     Adjudicator: Margaret Venables                                   Church
1:30 pm
Class 511        RECORDER ENSEMBLE, 11 Years & under                        THE A J MOUNTFORD TROPHY
     1 Westfield Recorder Ensemble
Class 565     INSTRUMENTAL ENSEMBLE 14 years & under
     1 Dynamic String Ensemble                                  2 Four Seasons String Ensemble
2:00 pm
Class 501       DESCANT RECORDER SOLO, 9 years & under                      THE JAMES W LYONS TROPHY
Test piece: No.5 LEGEND from The Really Easy Recorder Book
     1 Ruth Shipley                        2 Niamh Redhead                   3 Roisin Walford
Class 502       DESCANT RECORDER SOLO, 11 years & under                   THE MARGARET SAXTON TROPHY
Test piece: No.12 SWEET DREAMS by Tchaikovsky
     1 Grace Weston                        3 Jacob Redhead                   5 Mollie Bough
     2 Olivia Drury                        4 Louisa Lee
2:30 pm
Class 553        STRING GROUP (Bowed Instruments), 18 & under           MURIEL WILKINSON MEMORIAL CUP
     1 Westbourne String Quartet
Class     566    INSTRUMENTAL ENSEMBLE 18 years & under                           THE HARMONY TROPHY
     1 Beverley Grammar School Woodwind Ensemble          3 East Riding String Quartet
     2 Cranbrook String Quartet                           4 Longcroft School Woodwind Ensemble
3.30pm Close (approx)

Friday                         INSTRUMENTAL CLASSES                                        Methodist
Jan 22                       Adjudicator: Margaret Venables                                 Church
5:30 pm
Class 580        HARP SOLO 11 years and under                        THE JOYCE ANSTICE MEMORIAL SHIELD
     1 Keri Tsang                          3 Emily Steadman                  5 Felicity Edwards
     2 Cerys Rees                          4 Tilly Nicholls                  6 Alice Freeman
6:10 pm
Class 581        HARP SOLO 14 years & under                                   THE SWEET SOUND TROPHY
     1 Keri Tsang                          3 Stephanie Greenwood
     2 Kathryn Mason                       4 Felicity Edwards
Class     582    HARP SOLO, Open                                    THE BUNTY OHLSEN MEMORIAL TROPHY
     1 Kathryn Mason                       3 Jessica Kempner
     2 Jacob Nicholls                      4 Stephanie Halsey
7:00 pm
Class 583        HARP DUET, Open                                       THE DOUBLE SWEET SOUND SHIELD
     1    Cerys Rees & Alice Freeman                      3 Jessica Kempner & Kathryn Mason
     2    Sylvia Bursell & Angie Jackson                  4 Tilly Nicholls & Felicity Edwards
Class     584     HARP ENSEMBLE, Open                                               THE KABWE TROPHY
     1    JK and the Soundboards
7.30 pm     INTERVAL

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7:40 pm
Class     546   UNACCOMPANIED STRING SOLO (Bowed Instruments), Open      THE SOLO STRING SHIELD
      1   Eleanor Gaynard              3 Alex Maynard
      2   Nathaniel Morris             4 Conor King
Class     545    STRING SOLO (Bowed Instruments), Open Age                  THE FANTASIA SHIELD
      1   Alexandra Standing
8:30 pm
Class     544   STRING SOLO (Bowed Instruments), 15 to 18 years                THE TORDOFF CUP
     1 Matthew Lock                    3 Rebecca Davison               5 Conor King
     2 Rachael Windass                 4 Eleanor Gaynard               6 Emily Hallett
9.30pm Close (approx)

Saturday                        INSTRUMENTAL CLASSES                                    Methodist
 Jan 23                       Adjudicator: Margaret Venables                             Church
9:00 am
Class 541       STRING SOLO (Bowed Instruments), 10 years & under           THE LISA COATES CUP
     1 Nathaniel Morris                4 Olivia Hart                   7 Jacob Stow
     2 Eve Hunter                      5 Nathan Lynch                  8 Ellie Wright
     3 Emma Richards                   6 Eddie Craig
9:30 am
Class 542       STRING SOLO (Bowed Instruments), 11 & 12 years                THE YOUNG TROPHY
     1 Lydia Craft                     4 Tanya Broadhead               7 Jesicca Pinkney
     2 Lottie Morris-Jarvis            5 Ella Craig                    8 Charlotte Stephenson
     3 Philippa Latham                 6 Catherine Kilkenny
10:15 am
Class 543       STRING SOLO (Bowed Instruments), 13 & 14 years      THE DONALD MCFADDEN TROPHY
     1 Jacob Phillipson             5 Aidan Thompson-Coates        9 Thomas Bolton
     2 Caitlin Marshall             6 Lee Broc                    10 Joel Bedworth
     3 Selina Short                 7 Alexandra Standing          11 Alex Maynard
     4 Imogen Wright                8 Kieran Lynch
11.15 am   INTERVAL
11:30 am
Class 521      RECORDER DUET, 12 years & under              THE FESTIVAL RECORDER DUET CUPS
     1 Jennifer Mearns & Tanya Itskevitch               4 Mollie Bough & Jacob Redhead
     2 Gemma Bentley & Ruth Shipley                     5 Olivia Drury & Ellie Windas
     3 Grace Weston & Louisa Lee                        6 Niamh Redhead & Georgia Haggie
11:50 am
Class 531       WOODWIND SOLO, 11 years & under                        THE JUNIOR WOODWIND CUP
     1 Grace Weston                    4 Roisin Walford                7 Jonathan Latham
     2 Mollie Bough                    5 Niamh Redhead                 8 Chloe Campbell-Hamilton
     3 Ruth Shipley                    6 Eleanor Drury                 9 Jacob Redhead
12.30 pm LUNCH INTERVAL



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1:30 pm
Class 561      INSTRUMENTAL DUET 13 years & under               THE FESTIVAL INSTRUMENTAL DUET CUPS
     1 Rebecca & Charlotte Watkins                       3 Joel Bedworth & Aidan Thompson-Coates
     2 Mollie Bough & Jacob Redhead
Class   562    INSTRUMENTAL DUET 14 to 18 years
     1 Sally Bolton & Penny Carpenter                       3 Charlotte Morrill & Eva Lawrence
     2 Anna Middleton & Chloe Oliver
2:15 pm
Class 532      WOODWIND SOLO, 14 years & under                      THE FRANK & BETTY WILEY TROPHY
     1 Peter Bolton                     3 Geoffrey Ma
     2 Declan Greaves                   4 Rebecca Watkins
3.00pm INTERVAL
3:15 pm
Class 571      BRASS SOLO , 11 years & under                           THE YOUNG MUSICIAN’S TROPHY
     1 Jacob Stow                       3 George Maynard
     2 Saul Phillipson                  4 Harriet Edwards
Class   572    BRASS SOLO , Open Age                                           THE BARTLETT TROPHY
     1 Jacob Phillipson                 2 Charlotte Watkins               3 Lucy Clarke
4:15 pm
Class 533      WOODWIND SOLO, 15 - 18 years                    THE GRACE E BLADES MEMORIAL TROPHY
     1 Penny Carpenter                  4 Anita Datta                     7 Sally Bolton
     2 Peter Ma                         5 Olivia Leafe                    8 Anna Kane
     3 Charlotte Green                  6 Rachael Latham
5.30 TEA INTERVAL
6:30 pm
Class 534      WOODWIND SOLO, Open Age
     1 Sally Bolton                     3 Declan Greaves                  5 Penny Carpenter
     2 Olivia Leafe                     4 Anita Datta
7:45 pm
Class 617      OWN CHOICE SOLO, for those with Grade 6              THE DENNIS HUDSON PRATT TROPHY
     1 Emily Farrar                      2 Declan Greaves

Class   623    SONATA SOLO, for those with grade 7 and above      THE STEPHANIE CLARK MEMORIAL CUP
     1 Charlotte Green                  2 Robert Deans                    3 Eleanor Gaynard
8:30 pm
Class 607      PIANO SOLO for those with Grade 6                    THE SYLVIA HALL MEMORIAL SHIELD
Test piece: CLOCHE DES MATINES (Matin’s Bell) Op 109, No 9” by J F Burgmuller
     1 Rachael Latham                   2 Emily Farrar




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Class     626 JAZZ, RAGTIME OR MODERN IDIOM SOLO, for those with grade 6 and above
                                                          THE CHANTAL POOLE MEMORIAL TROPHY
    1 Declan Greaves              3 Lauren Eddy
    2 Lottie Dodd                 4 Emily Farrar
Class     638   OWN CHOICE DUET, for those up to grade 6
    1 Philippa & Rachael Latham                            3 Amelia Atkinson & Hannah Hockney
    2 Sally & Peter Bolton
9.30pm (approx) CLOSE

 Friday                           SCHOOL CHOIR CLASSES                                   Methodist
 Jan 29                           Adjudicator: Margaret Smith                             Church
1:30 pm
Class 351       SCHOOL CHOIRS, 11 years & under                   THE WESTFIELD SCHOOL CHOIR TROPHY
    1 Westfield C.P. School Choir                          4 Swanland Primary School Choir
    2 Bacon Garth Primary School (Choir)                   5 Anlaby Acre Heads School Choir
    3 Kirk Ella St. Andrew's School Choir
Class     354   SCHOOL CHOIRS’ HYMN SINGING, 11 years & under                THE HYMN SINGING PLATE
    1 Anlaby Acre Heads School Choir                         3 Westfield C.P. School Choir
    2 Kirk Ella St. Andrew's School Choir
Class     357SCHOOL CHOIRS’ UNACCOMPANIED SINGING, 11 years & under
                                         THE COTTINGHAM METHODIST CHURCH FESTIVAL TROPHY
    1 Westfield C.P. School Choir                 3 Kirk Ella St. Andrew's School Choir
    2 Anlaby Acre Heads School Choir
2.45 pm     SING ALONG FOR CHOIRS
3.30 pm (approx) CLOSE

 Friday                   SINGING & ADULT SINGING CLASSES                                Methodist
 Jan 29                       Adjudicator: Margaret Smith                                 Church
6:00 pm
Class 301       HYMN SINGING, 7 years & under                               THE HYMN SINGING TROPHY
    1 Charlotte Duffus                 2 Rachel Wheatley

Class     302   HYMN SINGING, 9 years & under                             THE DORIS WESTOBY TROPHY

    1     Emily Clarkson                6   Eve Hunter                    11 Finlay Robson
    2     Marta Korab Karpinska         7   Saskia Charlotte Steele       12 Charlotte Dransfield
    3     Elena Bunola-Hadfield         8   Isabel Bunola-Hadfield        13 Niamh Redhead
    4     withdrawn                     9   Julia McClean
    5     withdrawn                    10   Amelia Lambert




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7:00 pm
Class 341      VOCAL DUET, ANY VOICE, 12 years & under            THE ERIC & JENNIFER SCULL TROPHIES
    1 Emma Richardson & Sophie Atkinson                      3 Anna McClean & Anna Grantham
    2 Elena & Isabel Bunola-Hadfield

Class   342    VOCAL DUET, ANY VOICE, 14 years & under         THE ALEC AND MURIEL SAWDON TROPHIES
      1 Sarah Hess & Ellie Dobbs
7:30 pm
Class 303      HYMN SINGING, 11 years & under                            THE REDHEAD FAMILY TROPHY
    1   Muriel Michael                6   Edward Pike                     11 Jonathan Latham
    2   Cheaeun Song                  7   Ebony Clark                     12 Jessica Pace
    3   Poppy Capes                   8   Lucy McNeil                     13 Anna Grantham
    4   Emma Walker                   9   Alexander Duffus
    5   Anna McClean                 10   withdrawn
8:15 pm
Class 410      HYMN SINGING, ANY VOICE 19 years & over                     THE V POCKLINGTON SHIELD
    1 Karen Constantine               2 Tracey Redhead                     3 Philip Stainton
Class   411    SACRED SOLO                                       THE EVA PADDISON MEMORIAL TROPHY
    1 Laura Ayre                      2 Karen Constantine                  3 Philip Stainton
 8:45 pm
Class 412      SPIRITUAL, ANY VOICE 19 years & over                                THE ROSE TROPHY
    1 Philip Stainton
Class   413    DUET, ANY VOICE 19 years & over                   THE RON SUTCLIFFE MEMORIAL TROPHY
    1 Karen Constantine & Lynn Massey Davis
Class   414    OVER 60’s OWN CHOICE, ANY VOICE 60 years & over                THE RUTH BESWICK CUP
    1 Roy Kaye
Class   415    FOREIGN COMPOSERS’ SOLO, ANY VOICE 19 years & over
    1 Kirsten Barr                    2 Laura Ayre                         3 Philip Stainton
9.30 PM (approx) CLOSE


Saturday                 SINGING & ADULT SINGING CLASSES                                  Methodist
 Jan 30                      Adjudicator: Margaret Smith                                   Church
9:00 am
Class 311       VOCAL SOLO, ANY VOICE, 8 years & under                       THE RACHEL BOWER CUP
Test piece: LITTLE LAMB - WH Parry
    1 Reshma Razack                   2 Samuel Richards                    3 Charlotte Dransfield
Class 314      VOCAL SOLO, BOYS, 11 to 13 years                    THE COTTINGHAM JUNIOR CHOIR CUP
Test piece: THE OWLS – Peter Jenkyns
    1 Edward Pike                     3 Samuel Taylor
    2 Alexander Duffus                4 Peter Micklem Cooper


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9:40 am
Class 312      VOCAL SOLO, ANY VOICE, 9 years & under       THE CHRISTINE WILMOTT MEMORIAL TROPHY
Test piece: MRS JENNY WREN – Arthur Baynon
     1   Isabel Bunola-Hadfield       5   Elena Bunola-Hadfield          9 Natalie Perman
     2   Marta Korab Karpinska        6   Imogen Nelson                 10 Eve Hunter
     3   Alice Cannon                 7   Maisie Beedle
     4   Niamh Redhead                8   Julia McClean
10:30 am
Class 313       VOCAL SOLO, ANY VOICE, 10 years & under                   THE YOUNG SINGERS’ CUP
Test piece: MY LITTLE WHITE BOAT – Thomas Dunhill
     1 Saul Phillipson                4 Angus Champion                   7 Sophie Atkinson
     2 Jadie Badham                   5 Emma Richards                    8 Sam Wesson
     3 Muriel Michael                 6 Eden Clark
11.00 am INTERVAL
11:15 am
Class 315      VOCAL SOLO, GIRLS, 11 years & under                   THE JUNIOR CHALLENGE TROPHY
Test piece: THE PATH TO THE MOON – Eric Thiman
     1 Hannah Goodwin                 2 Cheaeun Song                     3 Anna McClean
Class 316      VOCAL SOLO, GIRLS, 12 years & under                               THE FESTIVAL CUP
Test piece: THE MAN IN THE MOON – Eric Thiman
     1 Claudia Laverack               2 Alice Gold                       3 Frances Wiley
12:00 pm
Class 317      VOCAL SOLO, GIRLS, 14 years & under         THE CHARLES & DOROTHY VOLLANS TROPHY
Test piece: THE HEART WORSHIPS in E or E minor – Gustav Holst
     1 Olivia Turner                  2 Kirsty Moore
Class    321    OWN CHOICE VOCAL SOLO, ANY VOICE, 13 & 14 years         THE YOUNG SOLOIST TROPHY
     1 Katie Walker                   2 Kirsty Moore                     3 Olivia Turner
12.45 LUNCH INTERVAL
1:30 pm
Class 401       DRAWING ROOM BALLAD, ANY VOICE 19 years & over              THE AMY BLACK TROPHY
     1 Philip Stainton                3 Kirsten Barr
     2 Laura Ayre                     4 Roy Kaye
2:00 pm
Class 402       BRITISH COMPOSERS' SOLO, ANY VOICE 19 years & over         COLIN’S CUP FOR SINGING
     1 Laura Ayre                     3 Philip Stainton                  5 Karen Constantine
     2 David Borrill                  4 Roy Kaye
2:30 pm
Class 403       ORATORIO SOLO, ANY VOICE 19 years & over                  THE HARE FAMILY TROPHY
     1 Tracey Redhead                 3 Laura Ayre
     2 Roy Kaye                       4 Philip Stainton
3.15pm    INTERVAL



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3:30 pm
Class 407       LIEDER SOLO, ANY VOICE 19 years & over        THE GRAHAM CORLASS MEMORIAL SHIELD
    1 David Borrill                   3 Kirsten Barr
    2 Karen Constantine               4 Philip Stainton
Class     408UNACCOMPANIED FOLK SONG, ANY VOICE 19 years & over
                                                      THE MAUREEN HUNTER SINGER’S SHIELD
    1 Tracey Redhead            2 Kirsten Barr
4:15 pm
Class 404       OPERA SOLO, ANY VOICE 19 years & over           THE ALEC SAWDON MEMORIAL TROPHY
    1 Ben Pieper                      3 Philip Stainton
    2 Tracey Redhead                  4 Laura Ayre
Class     405 GILBERT & SULLIVAN SOLO, ANY VOICE 19 years & over
                                                     THE ANLABY METHODIST CHURCH ROSE BOWL
    1 Kirsten Barr                 2 Philip Stainton
5.00 pm TEA INTERVAL
5:45 pm
Class 406       LIGHT OPERA SOLO, ANY VOICE 19 years & over      THE GEORGE B RICHARDSON TROPHY
    1 Roy Kaye
Class     409STAGE MUSICAL SOLO, ANY VOICE, 19 years and over
                                                          THE ALAN J MASKELL MEMORIAL SHIELD
    1 Karen Constantine          2 Tracey Redhead                   3 Laura Ayre
6:15 pm
Class 331    UNACCOMPANIED FOLK SONG, ANY VOICE, 12 years & under
                                                               THE BARBARA LLOYD TROPHY
    1 Anna Grantham             3 Eve Hunter                     5 Marta Korab Karpinska
    2 withdrawn                 4 Claudia Laverack
Class       UNACCOMPANIED FOLK SONG, ANY VOICE, 13 to 15 years
          332
                                                          THE FESTIVAL CELEBRATION TROPHY
    1 Hannah Colthup           2 Kirsty Moore
6:45 pm
Class     333   UNACCOMPANIED FOLK SONG, ANY VOICE, 16 to 18 years THE JOHN J RICE ROSE BOWL
    1 Charlotte Armstrong             2 Grace Shoebridge                3 Alice Baxter
Class     322   OWN CHOICE VOCAL SOLO, ANY VOICE, 15 & 16 years             THE NORMAN TODD CUP
    1 Alice Baxter                    3 Grace Pegden
    2 James Leeman                    4 Penny Carpenter
7:30 pm
Class 325       BRITISH COMPOSERS' VOCAL SOLO, ANY VOICE 14 years and under
    1 Alice Gold                      2 Kirsty Moore                    3 Olivia Turner
Class     326BRITISH COMPOSERS' VOCAL SOLO, ANY VOICE 15 to 18 years
                                                           THE GWENDOLINE SHARMAN TROPHY
    1 Alex Grainger              3 Penny Carpenter
    2 Grace Shoebridge           4 Grace Welbourne


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8:30 pm
Class 323       OWN CHOICE VOCAL SOLO, ANY VOICE, 17 & 18 years             THE MARION HIBBS TROPHY
     1 Grace Shoebridge                2 Alex Grainger                      3 Grace Welbourne

Class 324     STAGE MUSICAL SOLO, ANY VOICE, 16 to 18 years          MAUREEN HUNTER SINGER’S AWARD
     1 Grace Welbourne            3 Grace Shoebridge                       5 Sophie Lawday
     2 Alex Grainger              4 Penny Carpenter
9.15 pm (approx) CLOSE

Thursday                             PIANO CLASSES                                        Methodist
  Feb 4                       Adjudicator: Margaret Venables                               Church
6:00 pm
Class 622       SONATINA/SONATA SOLO, for those with Grades 5 or 6
                                                                     THE GWENDOLINE SHARMAN TROPHY
     1 Rachael Latham                  3 Hannah Hockney                    5 Emily Farrar
     2 Megan Ruff                      4 Jessie Clutterbrook
Class 606      PIANO SOLO for those with Grade 5                            THE MURIEL WILKINSON CUP
Test piece: “STRANGE ENCOUNTER” by Pam Wedgwood”
      1 Sally Bolton
6:45 pm
Class 614      OWN CHOICE SOLO, for those with Grade 3               THE SYLVIA HALL MEMORIAL TROPHY
     1    Connor Derbyshire            6   Elizabeth Daly                  11 Angus Champion
     2    Alexander Duffus             7   Christopher Dingley             12 Felix Dickenson
     3    Alex Hope                    8   Peter Bolton                    13 Colin Gardiner
     4    moved to 624                 9   Alexander Standing
     5    Jastina Lau                 10   Anelya Tucker
7:30 pm
Class 615       OWN CHOICE SOLO, for those with Grade 4                           THE PIANIST TROPHY
     1 Cara Pedley                     4 Amelia Atkinson                    7 Hannah Waters
     2 Andrew Ferguson                 5 Joel Conkerton                     8 Rose Xu
     3 Abigail Hornsby                 6 Ben Leach
8:10 pm
Class 616       OWN CHOICE SOLO, for those with Grade 5                   THE MURIEL SAWDON TROPHY
     1 Sally Bolton                    3 Peter Ferguson                     5 Hannah Hockney
     2 Georgina Lloyd                  4 Andrew Jewitt                      6 Jessie Clutterbrook
8:45 pm
Class     619   OWN CHOICE SOLO, for those with Grade 8
     1 Megan Ruff                      3 Sarah Bolt                         5 Emily Atkinson
     2 Eleanor Gaynard                 4 Robert Deans
Class 609      PIANO SOLO for those with Grade 8                 THE YVONNE YOUNG MEMORIAL SHIELD
Test piece: “FANTASIA IN D MINOR K.397/385g” by Mozart
     1 Robert Deans
9.30 pm (approx)   CLOSE


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  Friday                              PIANO CLASSES                                          Methodist
  Feb 5                        Adjudicator: Margaret Venables                                 Church
6:00 pm
Class 603      PIANO SOLO for those with Grade 2                     THE W R OHLSEN CHALLENGE TROPHY
Test piece: “WALTZ – Op 179, No 21” by Gurlitt
     1 Romilly Tucker                    3 Grace Midgley
     2 Chloe Allenby                     4 Rosie Clutterbrook
Class 604      PIANO SOLO for those with Grade 3              THE WALTER F BATSTONE MEMORIAL TROPHY
Test piece: “MR HAPPY-GO-LUCKY” by Sandre
     1 Peter Bolton                      3 Anelya Tucker
     2 George Brewster                   4 Alexander Duffus
6:50 pm
Class 605       PIANO SOLO for those with Grade 4                          THE FESTIVAL PIANO CUP
Test piece: “REAPER’S SONG – Op 68, No 18” by Schumann from “A Romantic Sketchbook for Piano Book II”
     1 Abigail Hornsby                   3 Amelia Atkinson                      5 Georgina Foster
     2 Rose Xu                           4 Philippa Latham
7:25 pm
Class 637       OWN CHOICE DUET, for those up to grade 4 THE HOPE PIANO CUP
     1 Anelya & Romilly Tucker                             4 Joel Conkerton & Jessica Harrison
     2 Poppy Howell & Beth Medforth                        5 Jasmin & Lily-Mai Batemen
     3 Jastina & Brian Lau                                 6 Imogen and Emily Winfield
Class 634      PIANO DUET, for those up to grade 6                                     THE CARGILL CUPS
Test piece: “SHOP-A-HOLIC!” by Pam Wedgwood
     1 Amelia Atkinson & Hannah Hockney
8:10 pm
Class 608       PIANO SOLO for those with Grade 7                      THE KATHLEEN W WALTON TROPHY
Test piece: LEID OHNE WORTE (Song without words) by Wagner
     1 Maddy Patrick
Class    618    OWN CHOICE SOLO, for those with Grade 7                       THE EDWARD GRAHAM TROPHY
     1 Alex Maynard                      2 Anna Bryne                           3 Charlotte Green
8:45 pm
Class 643       PIANO TRIO, (one piano, six hands), for those up to grade 4    THE F & T S COULSON CUPS
     1   Joel Conkerton & Jessica Harrison & Christopher Dingley
     2   Emma, Mary and Robert Swain
     3   Sam, Nicholas & Alex Atkin
     4   Jennie, Euan and Anna Ross
     5   Ella & Mey Khulusi, & Emily Vickers
     6   Connor Derbyshire & Alex Hope & Harley Larter
9.30pm (approx) CLOSE




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Saturday                            PIANO CLASSES                                     Methodist
 Feb 6                         Adjudicator: Margaret Smith                             Church
9:00 am
Class 601      PIANO SOLO for those pre-Grade 1                    THE DORA HUDSON PRATT TROPHY
Test piece: “THE WISE ELEPHANT” by David Blackwell

     1 Jessica Brownlee               4 Meg Sutton                      7 Xilun Cheng
     2 Jacob Redhead                  5 Ashvin Gupta
     3 Katie Sager                    6 Jess Sutton
Class 602      PIANO SOLO for those with Grade 1                       THE CYNTHIA CARTER TROPHY
Test piece: “MELODY“ by Felix le Couppey
     1 Bridget Allenby                3 Victoria Horler                 5 Nicole Platten
     2 Colette Platten                4 Sophie Hume
9:50 am
Class 610      OWN CHOICE SOLO, for those pre-Grade 1 less than 8 months learning   KAFUE SHIELD
     1   Lydia Newell                 5   Eve Chadwick                  9 Anna Marshall
     2   Eleanor Hockney              6   Diya Gupta                   10 Katie Sager
     3   Katie Cubitt                 7   Niamh Redhead                11 Ella Cast
     4   Ivy Chuk                     8   Imogen Thompson
10:30 am
Class 612      OWN CHOICE SOLO, for those with Grade 1                    THE JANICE COATES CUP
     1 Alexander Handley             5 Andriy Uvarov                    9 Imogen Winfield
     2 Itskevich Tatyana             6 Isaac Trolle Mainland           10 Victoria Horler
     3 Frances Tait                  7 Ella Khulusi                    11 Jack Kelsall
     4 Nikita Jain                   8 Scott Kilpatrick
11.15 INTERVAL
11:30 am
Class 611       OWN CHOICE SOLO, for those pre-Grade 1 more than 8 months learning
                                                                   ELEANOR KEMP MEMORIAL TROPHY
      1 Luigi Pandolfi              10 Abigail Thompson                19 Misha Farlowe
      2 Anna Kelsall                11 Laura Pandolfi                  20 Jennie Rhodes
      3 Emily Robinson              12 Izobel Cussé                    21 Claudia Laverack
      4 Isabel Barkworth            13 Edward Vickers                  22 Louisa Wright
      5 Reuben Whittaker            14 Jessica Brownlee                23 Holly Chadli
      6 Meg Sutton                  15 Elizaveta Sleight               24 Rachel Ward
      7 Ashvin Gupta                16 Isobel Aitken                   25 Kelsey Leason
      8 Henry Davies                17 Harley Eltherington             26 Rebecca Gore
      9 Jessica Robinson            18 Jess Sutton                     27 Fiona Ferguson
1.00 pm LUNCH INTERVAL
1:45 pm
Class 613       OWN CHOICE SOLO, for those with Grade 2 THE KATHLEEN FLETCHER MEMORIAL TROPHY
     1   Georgina Barkworth           5   Rosie Clutterbrook            9 Sam Atkin
     2   Erin Whincup                 6   Ashley Oldershaw             10 Grace Midgley
     3   Harley Larter                7   Romilly Tucker               11 Rachel Gore
     4   Brian Lau                    8   Alexandra Hussey


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2:30 pm
Class 631      PIANO DUET, for those pre grade 1            THE GEORGE & ELLEN BARMBY TROPHIES
Test piece: “FROM GERMANY (THE NIGHTINGALE)” arr by Christine Brown

     1 Reuben Whittaker & Ethan Tunnicliffe             3 Meg & Jess Sutton
     2 Ben & James Douglass
Class 632      PIANO DUET, for those up to grade 2           THE LAWRENCE & AUDREY BENN TROPHIES
Test piece: “SPANISH LULLABY (A LA NANITA)” arr by Christine Brown
      1 Nicole & Colette Platten                       2 Jacob Marshall & Isaac Tunnicliffe
Class    636   OWN CHOICE DUET, for those up to and including grade 1     THE MARJORIE GRIFFIN CUP
     1 Anna Ross & Isobel Aitken                        3 Meg & Jess Sutton
     2 Anna & Jack Kelsall
3.20 pm INTERVAL
3:35 pm
Class 641      PARENT & CHILD PIANO DUET                                     THE KATE PAGE TROPHY
     1 Ian and Ella Cast                                4 Rachel & Ruth Gore
     2 Hannah Hockney & Sarah Hockney                   5 Eloise & Victoria Bell
     3 Rebecca & Ruth Gore
4:10 pm
Class 642       TEACHER & PUPIL PIANO DUET, pupil not to have been learning for more than 2 years
                                                                          THE PIANO PARTNER’S CUP
     1   Katie Hetherington          7 Itskevich Tatyana                13 Anna Marshall
     2   Saoirse Brannigan           8 Elizaveta Sleight                14 Katie Sager
     3   Xander Dickenson            9 William Hetherington             15 Jessica Brownlee
     4   Jacob Chadwick             10 Lucy Coupland                    16 Olivia Thompson
     5   Charis Hillery             11 Olivia Barber
     6   Andriy Uvarov              12 Eve Chadwick
5.40 pm TEA INTERVAL
6:30 pm
Class 621 SONATINA/SONATA SOLO, for those up to grade 4 THE CLARICE BROWN MEMORIAL TROPHY
     1 Rosie Clutterbrook              3 Abigail Hornsby                  5 Georgina Foster
     2 Amelia Atkinson                 4 Jasmin Bateman                   6 Rose Xu
7:10 pm
Class 624     JAZZ, RAGTIME OR MODERN IDIOM SOLO, for those up to grade 3
                                                   THE DOROTHY M MOVERLEY MEMORIAL TROPHY
     1 Ashley Oldershaw           4 Jacob Marshall                   7 Scott Kilpatrick
     2 Angus Champion             5 Christopher Dingley              8 Emily Winfield
     3 Rebecca Hodge              6 Erin Whincup
7:50 pm
Class 625      JAZZ, RAGTIME OR MODERN IDIOM SOLO, for those with grades 4 or 5
                                                               THE COTTINGHAM FESTIVAL TROPHY
     1 Charlotte Eddy              4 Charlotte Ward
     2 Amelia Atkinson             5 Cara Pedley
     3 Harriet Challis



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8:25 pm
Class 633      PIANO DUET, for those up to grade 4                      THE JENNIFER HEELAS TROPHIES
Test piece: “BEACH FRONT” by Christopher Norton

     1 Anelya & Romilly Tucker
     2 Joel Conkerton & Jessica Harrison
     3 Connor Derbyshire & Alex Hope


Class   644    PIANO TRIO, (one piano, six hands), for those with grade 5 and above
                                                                               THE MASKELL TROPHIES

     1 Amelia Atkinson & Hannah Hockney & Rebekah Gower
     2 Reuben, Rachel & Ben Whittaker
     3 Laura Bradford, Lottie Dodd & Sally Bolton
9.30 pm (approx) CLOSE


Saturday                            CHOIR CLASSES                                          St. Mary’s
 Feb 6                         Adjudicator: Margaret Smith                                  Church
10:30 am
Class 304     CHORISTER’S SOLO, (Choir Boy or Choir Girl) 12 years & Under
                                                                       T HE RAYMOND NICHOLSON TROPHY
     1 Charlotte Duffus              4 Jonathan Latham                 7 Ebony Clark
     2 Philippa Latham               5 Finlay Robson                   8 Peter Micklem Cooper
     3 Alexander Duffus              6 Angus Champion                  9 Alice Gold
11:15 am
Class 305       CHORISTER’S SOLO, (Choir Boy or Choir Girl) 13 - 15 years
     1 Ellie Dobbs                     3 Rachael Latham
     2 Alistair Robson                 4 Sarah Hess

Class   306    CHORISTER’S SOLO, (Choir Boy or Choir Girl) 16 - 18 years
     1 Alice Baxter
11:45 am
Class 361      JUNIOR CHOIRS’ HYMN SINGING, 16 years & under                THE FESTIVAL CHORAL SHIELD
     1 Brough Methodist Junior Choir
Class   362    JUNIOR CHOIR RECITAL, 18 years & under                               THE CHORAL SHIELD
     1 Brough Methodist Junior Choir
12:15 pm
Class 372      CHURCH MUSIC GROUP/CHOIR, Open Age THE COTTINGHAM METHODIST CHURCH FESTIVAL
     1 'The Banned' - Tower Hill Methodist Church Music Group
Class   371 CHURCH CHOIRS’, MIXED VOICES OR MEN AND BOYS, Open Age             THE FESTIVAL CHORAL CUP
     1 St Mary's Church Choir
     2 St. Helens Parish Church Choir, Welton
1.00 pm LUNCH INTERVAL



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1:45 pm

Class     379    BARBER SHOP GROUP, Open Age, Any Voice          DR J A KNOWLES MEMORIAL TROPHY
 1       Harmony Lincs
 2       Pennine Chimes Ladies Barbershop Chorus
 3       Driffield Barbershop Group
 4       Spirit of Harmony
2:30 pm
Class 374        CHOIRS, Open Age FEMALE VOICES                             THE HARMONY TROPHY
     1 North Ferriby Ladies Choir
     2 Pennine Chimes Ladies Barbershop Chorus
Class     375    CHOIRS, Open Age MALE VOICES                 THE GEORGE W COCKERLINE TROPHY
     1 Driffield Male Voice Choir                         2 Louth Male Voice Choir
3.15 pm    INTERVAL
3:45 pm
Class 376        CHOIRS, Open Age, Any Voice, SACRED MUSIC      THE IAN & JEAN COCKERLINE TROPHY
     1 Louth Male Voice Choir
     2 Hunsley Singers
     3 Driffield Male Voice Choir
Class     378    CHOIRS, Open Age, Any Voice, SPIRITUAL         THE H & M CHEW MEMORIAL TROPHY
     1    Louth Male Voice Choir
     2    North Ferriby Ladies Choir
     3    Driffield Male Voice Choir
     4    Harmony Lincs
 6-Feb 4:45 pm
Class 377     CHOIRS, Open Age, Any Voice, CHOIR RECITAL THE EDITH COCKERLINE MEMORIAL TROPHY
     1    Driffield Male Voice Choir
     2    North Ferriby Ladies Choir
     3    Hunsley Singers
     4    Louth Male Voice Choir

5.45 pm (approx) CLOSE




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                                    OUR ADJUDICATORS
Margaret Smith was born and brought up in Skipton and was an enthusiastic participant in local
festivals from a very early age. She studied piano, initially with Fanny Waterman and then at the Royal
Academy of Music, with the violin as an additional first study.
Until her retirement, she spent many years in musical education with both singers and
instrumentalists, having been Director of Music for 20 years at one of the most highly regarded
independent girls’ schools in Yorkshire. Since her retirement from full-time work she has revived her
private piano practice, teaching to advanced level.
 Margaret is keenly interested in vocal music, choral work in particular, and is founder-
conductor of the Chippendale Singers, a chamber choir with a wide-ranging repertoire, currently
enjoying success in the Yorkshire area. She has had associations with many societies and churches
as a conductor of oratorio, cantatas and concert versions of opera, working with both adults and
children.
 Her enthusiasm for the Festival movement and all that it stands for, has resulted in an ever-
increasing number of invitations to adjudicate at Festivals throughout Britain. She has recently
participated on a panel of three adjudicators, at the finals of the prodigious Derby Arts Festival
Centenary Competition.
 In addition to this active musical life she enjoys walking, reading, concert and theatre-going and
equestrian activities.
 Margaret is an adjudicating member of the British & International Federation of Festivals and is
delighted to be visiting Cottingham again.

Margaret Venables had been entering festivals from the age of seven when, at seventeen, she
gained a place at the Royal Academy of Music, with Piano and Organ as her first study, and the
'cello as her second instrument.
 During a varied teaching career following her Conservatory training, she became Head of Music at
Danum Grammar School, later moving into a senior position in pastoral work within the school. Her
out of school interests included broadcasting with William Appleby’s Singing Together whose choir
also sang evensong in Ely cathedral during annual cathedral choir holidays.
 Margaret travelled widely in Europe and America conducting the Scout and Guide Symphony
Orchestra and broadcast with them on television in England, part of her duties as Music Consultant
for the Girl Guide movement. In this capacity she composed for and conducted Scout and Guide
choirs for many years in Westminster Abbey, at the annual Thinking Day service, and led annual
Guide carol singing in an invariably freezing Trafalgar Square.
 Academically, she was a member of various national committees of the Schools Council for nine
years and also the Northern Universities Music Examinations Committee. In common with only a
few other adjudicators of many years’ experience, Margaret also chairs a Music and Drama Festival
in her local area, and she was extremely proud to have been elected as the first woman Chairman in
the Federations history at the 2005 Conference. In this capacity she continues to head the Board of
Trustees.




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                           FRIENDS OF THE FESTIVAL
  The Friends’ Association is a valuable part of the Festival and the income from it
  helps young people in their musical education. This appreciated assistance relies
  on the Friends’ continuing support. The subscription fee to £8 (minimum) which
  gives admission to all sessions of the Festival, a free copy of the programme and
  some free refreshments.

  We appreciate the support given (correct at the time of printing) for this year’s
  Festival by

  Mr Alan Bower                          Mr Keith Kemp                           Mrs Jennifer Scull
  Mrs Ellen Bower                        Mrs E Morris                            Ms Ruth Stow
  Miss Zona Brown                        Miss E Paterson                         Mrs Ivy Thorpe
  Mrs Helen Duffus                       Mrs Eileen Redhead                      Mrs A K Wilson
  Mr A Horsfield                         Mr John Redhead
  Mrs V Horsfield                        Mr Eric Scull


                            If YOU wish to join the Friends
        Please complete the slip below and forward it, with your subscription, to
         Keith Kemp, 12 Queen’s Drive, Cottingham HU16 4EL (Tel 843555),
                          or hand it to one of the Stewards.
--------------------------------------------------
I would like to become a member of the Friends’ Association of the
Festival and enclose the sum of £8 (minimum) per person. Please make
cheques payable to “CMCMF.”


       Name ...............................................................................................


    Address ...............................................................................................


                  ...............................................................................................


 Telephone ...............................................................................................




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Our programme this year has been sponsored by the Cottingham Parish Council
to whom we offer our thanks.

The name Cottingham derives from “Cotta’s hamlet”, Cott being the name of the
tribal chief. In the 11th century Cottingham was owned by Gamel, in the time of
Edward the Confessor.

Cottingham is a picturesque village with adequate facilities for most needs. It has
its own, thriving, compact shopping centre along with medical facilities, churches
and schools. It also contains a variety of eating establishments and public
houses. If you are a visitor to Cottingham we hope you have time to enjoy some
of the things it offers. If you need any help to find your way round please ask one
of the stewards who will do their best to help.

Cottingham has made a name for itself with two important events.
              The 6th annual Cottingham Day on 3rd July 2010
  The 34th annual Switch-on of the Christmas Lights on 29th Nov 2010

        The Parish Council is setting up a new website which is at
                    www.cottinghamparishcouncil.org.uk




                                                                As at 20th December 2009


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