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Monday, 28 July 2014

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Entrants in fine voice - South Cumbria Musical Festival

DAY four of the South Cumbria Musical Festival 2014 saw youth vocals and adult choirs step into the limelight.

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WINNERS Above, Mathilda Kenny from Ulverston took second prize for vocals in the Year 7-9 singing any composer from the 20th century. Below, Iona Lee from Barrow with her vocal solo trophy for children in Years 7-9MILTON HAWORTH REF: 50061802B003/005

Ann Lampard continued as adjudicator and gave competitors lots of encouragement and advice on presentation and singing techniques.

The competition took place at the Coronation Hall, Ulverston on Wednesday.

The festival has been running since Sunday and will end with a huge gala evening tomorrow.

Spokeswoman Sue Cain said: “We continued our vocal classes with a full day of singing from all school ages, the day ending with adult choirs.

“From our younger singers up to school Year 6, Ms Lampard selected Varenka Briggs from Kirkby to receive the John F Jennings Young Singers Bursary, and Lucia Harrington from Grange to receive the Julie Wills Vocal Bursary.

“This year in the adult choir classes, K Shoe Male Voice Choir from Kendal received 90 points but were narrowly beaten by Barrow Male Voice Choir who received 91 marks.

“Both gave outstanding performances. In the adult female choir the Ghyll Singers from Ulverston were beaten by only one point by Ottovoce from Milnthorpe.”

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