Please refer to pages 7-8 of the 2018 Syllabus for a full listing of Honours Awards, including a note about general eligibility.

 

Vocal Awards

Cariboo Festival Classical Voice Scholarships

These scholarships are awareded each year to those participants who have attained gold level and the highest mark in the Concert Classes of Junior A and Junior B, Intermediate, and Senior categories. Please note that these awards can aslo apply to participants who choose to perform their selections in three (3) separate Art Song classes througout the Festival (ie. they do not need to be performed back-to-back as in a Concert Class). The amount awarded is $100 to each level. In the Junior A and Junior B levels the award will be split, giving a scholarship of $50 to each.


Primary Concert Class Award

A trophy is awarded to the participant who has attained the highest Gold standing in the Primary Concert class.


Primary Musical Theatre Award

A trophy will be awarded for the highest Gold standing on a single Musical Theatre piece.

Musical Production Awards

Bursaries of $50 will be given to the participants earning the highest Gold standing on two (2) contrasting Musical Production pieces at the Jr. A, B, Intermediate, and Senior levels.

Choral Hi-Point Adult Choir Award

This $100 bursary is given to the highest scoring choir that attains a Gold level standing.


Choral Hi-Point Youth Choir or Ensemble Award

This perpetual award and keeper trophy will be given to the highest scoring youth choir at the Gold standing level.


Choral Directorship Award

This award of $100 is given to the Choir Director who has displayed the highest qualities of directing. Adjudiator's Choice Award.


Acorn Encouragement Awards

ThisAdjudicator's Choice award includes a $25 bursary for an "up and coming" participant who shows commitment and dedication to singing, and working with the adjudicator. Not limited to Gold standing performances.

 

Angelkeys Expressiveness Awards:  Two (2) Adjudicator's Awards ($25 per Award). Recipients will sing at least two (2) songs in two (2) different classes. Adjudicator will choose participants who draw in the audience and are able to show their understanding of the songs through their facial expressions and body movements. Open to all levels. Recipients do not need to hvae the highest scores in their classes.