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Musicfest Northwest is an adjudicated classical music program held in Spokane, Washington

Adjudicators 2019

Musicfest Northwest 2019 Adjudicators

The Adjudicators we have for this year are:  Ballet: No adjudicator yet Brass: Ronald Babcock - Tigard, OR Flute: Christina Jennings - Boulder, CO Guitar: Jon Yerby - Seattle, WA Organ: Andrew Lloyd - San Antonio, TX Reed: Richard Shanley - Woodway, TX String: Angella Ahn - Bozeman, MT Voice: Seth Keeton - Salt Lake City, UT

Piano:

Alan Chow - Rochester, NY Nicholas Roth - DeMoines IA Garik Pedersen - Saline, MI Alvin Chow - Lorain, OH Robert Weinrich - Kansas, MO The Festival changed its name to Musicfest Northwest in 2001 and continues the tradition of staging adjudications and concerts the second week of May. Its primary goal is to further youth arts education by inviting some of the nation's leading artistic educators to evaluate, counsel, and encourage young participants. Originally known as The Greater Spokane Music and Allied Arts Festival, the organization was founded in 1946 by Spokane piano teacher Josephine Clark to celebrate the end of World War II and to "promote the arts."
Musicfest Northwest is an adjudicated classical music program held in Spokane, Washington

Adjudicators 2019

Musicfest Northwest 2019

Adjudicators

The Adjudicators we have for this year are:  Ballet: No adjudicator yet Brass: Ronald Babcock - Tigard, OR Flute: Christina Jennings - Boulder, CO Guitar: Jon Yerby - Seattle, WA Organ: Andrew Lloyd - San Antonio, TX Reed: Richard Shanley - Woodway, TX String: Angella Ahn - Bozeman, MT Voice: Seth Keeton - Salt Lake City, UT

Piano:

Alan Chow - Rochester, NY Nicholas Roth - DeMoines IA Garik Pedersen - Saline, MI Alvin Chow - Lorain, OH Robert Weinrich - Kansas, MO The Festival changed its name to Musicfest Northwest in 2001 and continues the tradition of staging adjudications and concerts the second week of May. Its primary goal is to further youth arts education by inviting some of the nation's leading artistic educators to evaluate, counsel, and encourage young participants. Originally known as The Greater Spokane Music and Allied Arts Festival, the organization was founded in 1946 by Spokane piano teacher Josephine Clark to celebrate the end of World War II and to "promote the arts."