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Top scores posted by area music students

The Enumclaw Music Teachers Association this year combined its annual Ribbon Festival with the Washington State Music Teachers Association Musicianship Exams for the first time.

Thirty-four students went to the Hillside Community Church on Feb. 9 to try their skills at six different levels of difficulty in applied and written theory, ear training, sight reading, rhythm and technique.

Those students who scored 94 percent or better on at least one of the six tests are as follows:

Member teacher Shala Gunnells’ students: at Level 1 was Isabella Hoyer; at Level 4 Elizabeth Bozich and Rosie Una.

Luanne Kauppila’s students: at Level 1 were Krista Allen, Lilly Atkins, Brookelyn Jewett and Raylena Stahlecker; at Level 2 was Emily Davis.

Angela Wentz’s students: at Level 1 were Logan McNabb, Jupiter Kenser, Scarlet Traka, Eva Willis, and Emma Whiting; at Level 2 Stephanie Demarest, Natalie Elmore, Jack Leeper and Braelyn Scheer; at Level 3 Rachel Lozier and Kaylee Setterfield; at Level 4

Rachel Leeper, Iona Kenser and Kaelynn Whiting; at Level 5 Deah Baker.

Julia Wentz’s students: at Level 1 were Grace Long and Maxine Lovelace; at Level 3  Adelia Nunn, Corey Smith and Trevor Smith; at Level 4 Trevor Nunn.

 

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