Sunday, 9 December 2018

Syllabus Correction: Chamber Classes CM2 and CM3

The syllabus had incorrectly stated minimum number of performers.  It should be 3, not 5.  The online copy of the syllabus and the entry system have been amended.

Monday, 26 November 2018

Accompanist Fees Revisited and Reduced

The Festival Committee has agreed to reduce the charges for Accompanists for 2019.

The current three tier charging structure of £4, £7 and £10 (according to age/grade) will be reduced to two tiers of £3 and £5.

It will be a few days before these reductions are applied to the online entry system.

Anyone who has paid the higher prices will receive a refund in due course.

Friday, 7 September 2018

The 2019 Syllabus is now available on the website

We now have a final syllabus.  It has been published on hcfmsd.co.uk on the Syllabus page.  Please feel free to download a copy today.  It is at the printers and some time next week copies will be available at the Music House in Harrogate and will start to be distributed to local libraries.

We hope to see you over the three weekends starting on Friday 1st March 2019.

Tuesday, 4 September 2018

The 2019 Syllabus is nearly ready.

Keep your eyes open.  We are nearly final on the Syllabus for the 2019 Festival.

The Syllabus will be available first on the web page at hcfmsd.co.uk/Syllabus.html

At the same time it will be sent to anyone who entered last year.

It will be a week or so before a printed version is available at Music House in Harrogate.

Derek

Thursday, 29 March 2018

The 2018 Winners' List


Young Musician of the Festival: Yuan Xu
Solo Acting: Age 12 & 13: Flossie Attwood, Knaresborough; Age 14 & 15: Emily Belcher, Knaresborough; Age 16 & over: Charlotte Barnard, Knaresborough; Solo Acting - Shakespeare: Age 16 & over: Harry Howells, Knaresborough; Acted Scene: Age 11 & under: Eloise Abraham and Luciana Raw, Harrogate; Age 13 & under: Scarlett Watson and Molly Metheringham, Knaresborough; Age 16 & over: Katherine Hooper and Caitlin McKenna, Knaresborough; Group Drama: Age 11 & under: ACTAcademy UK, Harrogate; Age 15 & under: ACTAcademy UK, Harrogate; Age 19 & under: KSSD Saturday Seniors, Knaresborough; Concerto Class: Year 13 & under: Ben Messenger, York; Chamber Class: Open: ‘Colin's Crew’ Woodwind Ensembler, Harrogate; Entertainment Class: Age 13 to 15: Molly Metheringham, Knaresborough; Age 16 & over: Vicky Graham, Knaresborough; Lever Harp Elementary: Grades 1-3: Naila Krisnamoorthy, Saltburn-by-the-Sea; Lever Harp: Grades 4 - 5: Nicole Stella Jessop, Holmfirth; Lever Harp Advanced: Grade 6& over: Iris Greaney, Cottingham; Pedal Harp: Grades 4-5: Nicole Stella Jessop, Holmfirth; Pedal Harp Advanced: Grade 6 & over: Megan Humphries, Nr. Ripon; Harp Duet: Open: Elspeth Cox and Hettie Cox, Cottingham; Harp Ensemble: Open: The Sharpists, Cottingham; Solo from a Show, Film or Musical: Year 8 - Boys & Girls: Flossie Attwood, Wetherby; Year 11 - Boys & Girls: Evangeline Barnby, Hull; Musical Theatre: Age 12 & under: ACTAcademy UK, Harrogate; Age 15 & under: ACTAcademy UK, Harrogate; Year 5 & under: Phoebe Burgess, York; Year 6 & under: Leon Zhuang, Harrogate; Year 7 & under: Krish Desha-Beerachee, Harrogate; Year 8 & under: Krish Desha-Beerachee, Harrogate; Year 9 & under: Robert Kidd, Harrogate; Year 9 & under: Tommy Sun, Harrogate; Year 10 & under: Emma Moore, Harrogate; Year 13 & under: Alexander Abrahams, Ripon; Open: Yuan Xu, Harrogate; Piano Solo Championship: play-off: Yuan Xu, Harrogate; Sonata Class: Open: Yuan Xu, Harrogate; Bach Prelude & Fugue Class: Open: Jennifer Edwards, Leeds; Chopin Class: Open: Emma Johnson, Leeds; Twentieth Century Class: Open: Tinker Chen, Harrogate; Piano Duet: Year 6 & under: Piper Golub and Aria Bradley, Harrogate; Year 9 & under: Krish Desha-Beerachee and Sanjitha Ganesh, Harrogate; Piano Trio: Year 6 & under: James Wood, George Rumsey and Edward Rumsey, Harrogate; Descant Recorder Solo: Year 6 & under: Gwen Hesford, Harrogate; Treble Recorder Solo: Year 6 & under: Annabel Baxter, Harrogate; Descant or Treble Recorder Solo: Grade 5 or 6: Annabel Baxter, Harrogate; Grade 7 or 8: Rosella Pinckney, York; Recorder Duet: Year 6 & under: Dynamic Duo!, Harrogate; Recorder Group: Year 6 & under: Starbeck School Recorder Group, Harrogate; Prepared Reading: Age 12 & 13: Aryan Girish, Leeds; Age 14 & 15: Annalisa Bergen, Leeds; Age 16 & over: Katherine Hooper, Knaresborough; A Talk on any subject: Age 11 & over: Izy Peat, Leeds; Performing Text: Age 13 & under: Kendra Dresser, Leeds; Speech & Drama Championship Class: : Vicky Graham, Knaresborough; String Solo: Grades 1 & 2: Phoebe Burgess, York; Grade 3: Sophia Rueschemeyer, York; Grades 4 & 5: Holly Clark, York; Grade 6: Yiyang Xu, York; Grades 7 & 8: Isabella Watson, York; Open: William Clark, York; String Duet, Trio or Quartet: Open: Yilin Xu and Yiyang Xu, York; Thomas Trophy Competition: : William Clark, York; Ukulele Solo: Year 10 & under: William Smith-McShee, Harrogate; Classical Guitar: Year 6 & under: Leo Mountain, Bradford; Year 9 & under: Tej Singh, Bradford; Open: Craig Bonnar, Bradford; Classical Guitar Ensemble: Year 13& under: Moorlands Duo, Bradford; Verse Speaking: Age 12 & 13: Scarlett Watson, Knaresborough; Age 14 & 15: Emily Belcher, Knaresborough; Age 16& over: Harry Howells, Knaresborough; Sonnet Class: Age 13 to 15: Leah Osborn, Knaresborough; Age 16 & over: Katherine Hooper, Knaresborough; Group Speaking: Age 14 & under: ACTAcademy UK, Harrogate; Age 19 & under: KSSD Tuesday New Seniors, Knaresborough; The Elizabeth Hopkins Trophy: Virtuoso Class: Olivia Robinson, York; Flute Solo: Grade 1 or 2: Sophie Rees, Harrogate; Grade 3 or 4: Megan Turner, Harrogate; Grade 5 or 6: Amelie Coyle, Harrogate; Grade 7 or 8: Katie Anderson, Harrogate; Oboe or Bassoon Solo: Grade 7 or 8: Isabelle Scott, Wetherby; Clarinet Solo: Grade 1 or 2: Krish Desha-Beerachee, Harrogate; Grade 5 or 6: Rachael Green, York; Saxophone Solo E flat and B flat: Grade 1 or 2: Stephanie Connell, Harrogate; Grade 5 or 6: Elliott Shaw, Wetherby; Saxophone Solo: Grade 7 or 8: Olivia Robinson, York; Novice Improvers Woodwind Class: Open - Grades 5-6: Heather Hart, Harrogate; Woodwind Solo: Open: Emily Watson-Breeze, York; Christopher Richmond Trophy Competition: : Rachael Green, York; Ernest Hopper Trophy Competition: : Olivia Robinson, York; Woodwind Duet, Trio or Quartet: Year 6 & under: Annabel Baxter and Amelie Coyle, Harrogate; Woodwind Duet, Trio or Quartet: Year 8 & under: Megan Turner and Beatrice Nolan, Harrogate; Year 10 & under: Allison Hennessy and Harriet Swift, Harrogate; Year 13 & under: Rossett School Saxophone Quartet, Harrogate; Woodwind Group: Year 10 & under: Harrogate Ladies'College Woodwind Ensemble, Harrogate; Year 13 & under: Rossett School Saxophonix, Harrogate;Novice Woodwind Ensemble: Open: Dragon Sunday Winds, Harrogate; Solo Acting: Age 11 & under: Jeannot Gantier-Houston, Knaresborough; Solo Acting - Shakespeare: Age 15 & under: Rhys Gannon, Leeds; Acted Scene: Age 15 & under: Hannah James and Lilia Langan-Green, Harrogate; Vocal Duet: Year 12 & over: Selina Pollard and Nicole Eastwood, Wetherby; Solo singing Musical Theatre: Year 5 - Boys & Girls: Amelia Taylor, Harrogate; Year 6 - Boys & Girls: Poppy Freeley, Harrogate; Solo from a Show, Film or Musical: Year 7 - Boys & Girls: Evie Tempest, Harrogate; Year 9 - Boys & Girls: Coco Cockcroft, York; Year 10: Oscar Gray, Harrogate; Year 12 & over - Boys & Girls: George Hayfield, Wetherby; Vocal Duet or Trio from a Show, Film or Musical: Year 11 & over: Selina Pollard and Nicole Eastwood, Wetherby; Musical Theatre: Age 7 & under: Theatrebox Infants A, Harrogate; Age 10 & under: Theatrebox Juniors B, Harrogate; Olde Tyme Music Hall Song: Open: Evangeline Barnby, Hull; Prepared Reading: Age 9 & under: Coco Bannister, Knaresborough; Age 9 & under: Piper Golub, Knaresborough; Age 10 & 11: Victor Johnson, Knaresborough; Performing Text: Age 10 & under: Georgina Laycock, Harrogate; Solo Singing: Boys & Girls - Year 3 & under: Tillie Sutton, Harrogate; Boys & Girls - Year 4: Beatrice Haddow, Harrogate; Girls - Year 5: Matilda Cadogan, York; Girls - Year 6: Elsa Gordon, Wetherby; Boys - Year 6 & under: James Brown, Harrogate; Girls - Year 7: AVA Bounds, Leeds; Boys - Year 7, 8 & 9 - Grades 2-5: Jeannot Gantier-Houston, Knaresborough; Boys & Girls - Year 10 & 11 - Grades 4-6: Evangeline Barnby, Hull; Northern Choristers' Championship: Girls & Boys - Year 6 & under: James Brown, Harrogate; Silver Rose Bowl Recital Class: Open: Victoria Coggon, Middlesbrough; Operatic Aria: Open: Victoria Coggon, Middlesbrough; Oratorio Class: Open: Victoria Coggon, Middlesbrough; British Composer Class: Open: Victoria Coggon, Middlesbrough; Folk Song Unaccompanied: Year 6 & under: Poppy Freeley, Harrogate; Year 7, 8 & 9: Natasha Stevenson, Harrogate; Year 10 & over: Oscar Gray, Harrogate; Lieder Class: Open: Victoria Coggon, Middlesbrough; Victorian or Edwardian Ballad Class: Open: Victoria Coggon, Middlesbrough; Verse Speaking: Age 5 & under: Non-competitive;Age 6: Sylvie Allen, Harrogate; Age 7: William Gawthorpe, Harrogate; Verse Speaking: Age 8: Mia Bottomley, Harrogate; Age 9: Rueben King, Knaresborough; Age 9: Ben Holt, Harrogate; Age 10: Freddie Raphael, Harrogate; Age 10: Victor Johnson, Knaresborough; Age 11: Caitlin Stott, Harrogate; Group Speaking: Age 8 & under: Ashville 3, Harrogate; Age 10 & under: Ashville 6, Harrogate; Brass Solo: Grades 1 & 2: Lydia Bousfield, Cawood; Grades 3 & 4: Lydia Bousfield, Cawood; Grades 5 & 6: Henry Porter, York; Grades 7 & 8: Isaac Bousfield, Cawood; Open: Isaac Bousfield, Cawood; Brass Championship: : Isaac Bousfield, Cawood; Brass / Concert Band Entertainment: Open: Foxhill Brass Band, Bradford; Novice Choir: Year 2 & under: Rossett Acre Choir, Harrogate; Year 6 & under: Oatlands Junior School Choir by Jack Brierley, Harrogate; Choir from smaller schools: Roll not to exceed 120: Follifoot CE Primary School Choir, Pannal; Choir: Year 6 & under: Moorlands School Choir, Leeds; Year 9 & under: HLC Gallery Choir, Harrogate; Chamber choir class: Open: HLC Chamber Choir, Harrogate; Year 13 & under: HLC Chapel Choir, Harrogate; Church Music - SS Choir: Open: HLC Chapel Choir, Harrogate; Church Music - SATB Choir: Open: Choir of St John the Baptist Church, Knaresborough; Open - Female, Male & Mixed over 16 members: Choral Challenge Class: Open: HLC Chapel Choir, Harrogate; Barbershop: Open: UNIQUE, Bradford; Vocal Duet: Year 6 & under: Lulu Raw and Poppy Freeley, Harrogate; Jazz Combo: Open: GSAL Jazz Ensemble, Leeds; Youth/School Orchestra: Year 6 & under: Highfield Prep School Orchestra, Harrogate; Percussion or Drum Kit: Year 6 & under: Joseph Lepine, Harrogate; Percussion: Year 8 & under: Victoria Alvarez, Follifoot; Drum Kit: Year 8 & under: Jack Littlewood, Leeds; Year 13 & under: Jack Littlewood, Leeds; Percussion and Drum Kit Championship: Year 13 & under: Jack Littlewood, Leeds; Percussion Ensemble: Year 8 & under: Starbeck School Djembe Drumming Team, Harrogate; Solo Singing: Girls - Year 8 & 9 - Grades 3 to 5: Daniella Granillo, Harrogate; Girls Year 13 & under: Niamh Robinson-Wakefield, Knaresborough; Boys Year 13 & under: Jeff Wong, Wetherby; Young Musician Singer Competition: Year 13 & under: Niamh Robinson-Wakefield, Knaresborough; Northern Choristers' Championship: Girls & Boys - Year 11 & under: Hannah Cole, Harrogate;

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2018 HARROGATE COMPETITIVE FESTIVAL REPORT

 

I am delighted to report that against all the odds and despite the dreadful weather, the Harrogate Festival went ahead as planned and was a huge success! That said I cannot pretend that the Festival Committee did not have some very anxious moments the day before the event was due to begin!  We even had a few contingency plans up our sleeves in case Adjudicators were unable to make it.  However, they were all very determined people and braved the weather and arrived on time, which was a great relief to us all!  Most of the Festival Stewards and Scribes also managed to turn up for duty, which was testament to the commitment and resilience of our wonderful team of volunteers in Harrogate.  Our thanks also goes to the team of staff at Harrogate High School. It was our second year at this venue and they did their utmost to make the Festival run as smoothly as possible. The Caretakers worked so hard to ensure the car parks and entrances to the school were clear of snow and ice - thanks to them we had no accidents!

 

Entries were slightly up on last year, although there were a few 'no shows' from people who lived in more remote parts of Yorkshire where the snow was particularly bad.  We were due a visit from our new Regional Rep (Jill Wright) but as she lives in Skipton (one of the worst hit areas,) it would not have been advisable for her to run the risk of getting stuck in the snow and in the end she cancelled.

 

On the Monday following the first weekend we ran our special needs class (formerly known as 'Music for Fun' but now renamed 'Music and Drama for Fun'). Henshaws School for the Blind entered a small group for the first time and regaled us all with various musical styles including a 'punk rock' song! Everyone thoroughly enjoyed themselves.

 

On the second weekend of the Festival we were given some respite from the appalling weather, but on the final weekend the snow returned again with a vengeance.  Harrogate was lucky enough to escape the worst, but outlying areas were hit hard and Lindley Community Choir (after much agonizing) had to withdraw as they were 'snowed in' - it was a huge disappointment to them.

 

Our Final Concert took place on the last Sunday evening in the Main Hall of the school. Our two Adjudicators that weekend (Andrew Padmore and Jacqui Edwards) were joined by Marilynne Davies who all had the unenviable job of choosing the winner of The Young Musician of the Festival. In the end their decision was unanimous and it was the young pianist Yuan Xu (only twelve year old!) who gave an amazing performance. In the second half of the Final Concert Colin's Crew Woodwind Ensemble performed a medley of songs in memory of two recently deceased and well known teachers in Harrogate (Colin Mathews and Ian Peak) some of whom had been taught by them. Our Olde Tyme Music Hall Master of Ceremonies (Terry Harrison) for the first time hosted the entertainment section, but not before regaling us all with a witty Gilbert and Sullivan song, the lyrics of which were rearranged to reflect the present day political climate - I believe the word 'Brexit' was mentioned and it was all highly amusing!  Rossett School Saxophonix closed the show by leaving the hall one by one still playing their piece 'Carnival' and the final young woman was carried out by her colleague to the thunderous applause of the amazed audience! 
 
LINDA WILSON

Thursday, 8 March 2018

Harrogate Competitive Festival for Music, Speech and Drama – First Weekend


The first weekend of the Festival went really well despite very adverse weather conditions. The Festival Committee and its Trustees considered the situation at great length on Thursday but concluded that, if appropriate warnings were given to performers and volunteers beforehand they could make their own decisions about whether or not to travel. Although some chose to give it a miss, most of those scheduled to perform did actually do so. The Harrogate High School caretaking staff did a sterling job of clearing paths and car parks at short notice. We couldn’t have done it without them.

Almost 100 classes were held, commencing on Friday evening with the Open Novice Woodwind Ensemble (winners the Dragon Sunday Winds) and in a different room the Acted Scene for age 16 & over (winners Katherine Hooper & Caitlin McKenna). Some of the finalists in the Young Musician of the Festival Competition have been identified: Saxophonist Olivia Robinson (winner of the Ernest Hopper Trophy) , pianist Yuan Xu (winner of the Piano Solo Championship) and violinist William Clarke (winner of the String Solo competition).

Over 350 certificates were prepared and handed out including 4 to Year 6 & under performer Annabel Baxter, who, performing possibly well after her usual bedtime, very ably demonstrated what an expert can do on a treble recorder. More good stuff to come next week.

The weekend’s results are:

 

Solo Acting: Age 12 & 13: Flossie Attwood, Knaresborough; Age 14 & 15: Emily Belcher, Knaresborough; Age 16 & over: Charlotte Barnard, Knaresborough; Solo Acting - Shakespeare: Age 16 & over: Harry Howells, Knaresborough; Acted Scene: Age 11 & under: Eloise Abraham and Luciana Raw, Harrogate; Age 13 & under: Scarlett Watson and Molly Metheringham, Knaresborough; Age 16 & over: Katherine Hooper and Caitlin McKenna, Knaresborough; Group Drama: Age 11 & under: ACTAcademy UK, Harrogate; Age 15 & under: ACTAcademy UK, Harrogate; Age 19 & under: KSSD Saturday Seniors, Knaresborough; Concerto Class: Year 13 & under: Ben Messenger, York; Chamber Class: Open: ‘Colin's Crew’ Woodwind Ensembler, Harrogate; Entertainment Class: Age 13 to 15: Molly Metheringham, Knaresborough; Age 16 & over: Vicky Graham, Knaresborough; Lever Harp Elementary: Grades 1-3: Naila Krisnamoorthy, Saltburn-by-the-Sea; Lever Harp: Grades 4 - 5: Nicole Stella Jessop, Holmfirth; Lever Harp Advanced: Grade 6 & over: Iris Greaney, Cottingham; Pedal Harp: Grades 4-5: Nicole Stella Jessop, Holmfirth; Pedal Harp Advanced: Grade 6 & over: Megan Humphries, Nr. Ripon; Harp Duet: Open: Elspeth Cox and Hettie Cox, Cottingham; Harp Ensemble: Open: The Sharpists, Cottingham; Solo from a Show, Film or Musical: Year 8 - Boys & Girls: Flossie Attwood, Wetherby; Year 11 - Boys & Girls: Evangeline Barnby, Hull; Musical Theatre: Age 12 & under: ACTAcademy UK, Harrogate; Age 15 & under: ACTAcademy UK, Harrogate; Year 5 & under: Phoebe Burgess, York; Year 6 & under: Leon Zhuang, Harrogate; Year 7 & under: Krish Desha-Beerachee, Harrogate; Year 8 & under: Krish Desha-Beerachee, Harrogate; Year 9 & under: Robert Kidd, Harrogate; Year 9 & under: Tommy Sun, Harrogate; Year 10 & under: Emma Moore, Harrogate; Year 13 & under: Alexander Abrahams, Ripon; Open: Yuan Xu, Harrogate; Piano Solo Championship: play-off: Yuan Xu, Harrogate; Sonata Class: Open: Yuan Xu, Harrogate; Bach Prelude & Fugue Class: Open: Jennifer Edwards, Leeds; Chopin Class: Open: Emma Johnson, Leeds; Twentieth Century Class: Open: Tinker Chen, Harrogate; Piano Duet: Year 6 & under: Piper Golub and Aria Bradley, Harrogate; Year 9 & under: Krish Desha-Beerachee and Sanjitha Ganesh, Harrogate; Piano Trio: Year 6 & under: James Wood, George Rumsey and Edward Rumsey, Harrogate; Descant Recorder Solo: Year 6 & under: Gwen Hesford, Harrogate; Treble Recorder Solo: Year 6 & under: Annabel Baxter, Harrogate; Descant or Treble Recorder Solo: Grade 5 or 6: Annabel Baxter, Harrogate; Grade 7 or 8: Rosella Pinckney, York; Recorder Duet: Year 6 & under: Dynamic Duo!, Harrogate; Recorder Group: Year 6 & under: Starbeck School Recorder Group, Harrogate; Prepared Reading: Age 12 & 13: Aryan Girish, Leeds; Age 14 & 15: Annalisa Bergen, Leeds; Age 16 & over: Katherine Hooper, Knaresborough; A Talk on any subject: Age 11 & over: Izy Peat, Leeds; Performing Text: Age 13 & under: Kendra Dresser, Leeds; Speech & Drama Championship Class: : Vicky Graham, Knaresborough; String Solo: Grades 1 & 2: Phoebe Burgess, York; Grade 3: Sophia Rueschemeyer, York; Grades 4 & 5: Holly Clark, York; Grade 6: Yiyang Xu, York; Grades 7 & 8: Isabella Watson, York; Open: William Clark, York; String Duet, Trio or Quartet: Open: Yilin Xu and Yiyang Xu, York; Thomas Trophy Competition: : William Clark, York; Ukulele Solo: Year 10 & under: William Smith-McShee, Harrogate; Classical Guitar: Year 6 & under: Leo Mountain, Bradford; Year 9 & under: Tej Singh, Bradford; Open: Craig Bonnar, Bradford; Classical Guitar Ensemble: Year 13 & under: Moorlands Duo, Bradford; Verse Speaking: Age 12 & 13: Scarlett Watson, Knaresborough; Age 14 & 15: Emily Belcher, Knaresborough; Age 16 & over: Harry Howells, Knaresborough; Sonnet Class: Age 13 to 15: Leah Osborn, Knaresborough; Age 16 & over: Katherine Hooper, Knaresborough; Group Speaking: Age 14 & under: ACTAcademy UK, Harrogate; Age 19 & under: KSSD Tuesday New Seniors, Knaresborough; The Elizabeth Hopkins Trophy: Virtuoso Class: Olivia Robinson, York; Flute Solo: Grade 1 or 2: Sophie Rees, Harrogate; Grade 3 or 4: Megan Turner, Harrogate; Grade 5 or 6: Amelie Coyle, Harrogate; Grade 7 or 8: Katie Anderson, Harrogate; Oboe or Bassoon Solo: Grade 7 or 8: Isabelle Scott, Wetherby; Clarinet Solo: Grade 1 or 2: Krish Desha-Beerachee, Harrogate; Grade 5 or 6: Rachael Green, York; Saxophone Solo E flat and B flat: Grade 1 or 2: Stephanie Connell, Harrogate; Grade 5 or 6: Elliott Shaw, Wetherby; Saxophone Solo: Grade 7 or 8: Olivia Robinson, York; Novice Improvers Woodwind Class: Open - Grades 5-6: Heather Hart, Harrogate; Woodwind Solo: Open: Emily Watson-Breeze, York; Christopher Richmond Trophy Competition: : Rachael Green, York; Ernest Hopper Trophy Competition: : Olivia Robinson, York; Woodwind Duet, Trio or Quartet: Year 6 & under: Annabel Baxter and Amelie Coyle, Harrogate; Woodwind Duet, Trio or Quartet: Year 8 & under: Megan Turner and Beatrice Nolan, Harrogate; Year 10 & under: Allison Hennessy and Harriet Swift, Harrogate; Year 13 & under: Rossett School Saxophone Quartet, Harrogate; Woodwind Group: Year 10 & under: Harrogate Ladies'College Woodwind Ensemble, Harrogate; Year 13 & under: Rossett School Saxophonix, Harrogate;Novice Woodwind Ensemble: Open: Dragon Sunday Winds, Harrogate;

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