Seattle-area winners at the Lionel Hampton festival
Trombone soloist, Scott Allen, Pierce College (Lakewood); trumpet soloist, Gabriel Burbana, Pierce College; vocal tenor soloist, James Sherrell...
Trombone soloist, Scott Allen, Pierce College (Lakewood); trumpet soloist, Gabriel Burbana, Pierce College; vocal tenor soloist, James Sherrell, Olympic College (Bremerton); vocal bass soloist, Michael Carpenter, Olympic College; community-college band, Pierce College II; community-college combo, Edmonds Community College; open-division choir, Olympic College.
Junior high school vocal ensemble, King's Junior High School (Shoreline); soprano vocal soloist, Tatiana Peterson, King's Junior High School.
AAAA choir, Mountlake Terrace High School; multi-mic choir, Roosevelt High School; rhythm -section combo, Edmonds-Woodway High School II; alto vocal soloist, Sarah Laven, Edmonds-Woodway High School, and Siobhan Brugger, Meadowdale High School (Lynnwood), and Courtney Parkin, King's High School; Junior Division vocal ensemble, Eckstein Middle School (Seattle); bass vocal soloist, Joey Shaw, Garfield High School, and Elijah Blaisdell, Mountlake Terrace High School; soprano vocal soloist, Jennifer Hoyt, Seattle Academy; tenor vocal soloist, Daniel Berryman, Roosevelt High School.
AAAA band, Roosevelt High School; junior band, Eckstein Middle School; junior combo, Eckstein Middle School Combo II; AAAA combo, Edmonds-Woodway High School; AAA band, Garfield High School II; A band, South Whidbey High School; trumpet soloist, Zubin Hensler (Garfield); trombone soloist, Andy Clausen (Roosevelt); piano soloist, Gus Carns (Roosevelt); clarinet soloist, Alexander Dugdale (Roosevelt); baritone-saxophone soloist, Andrew Morrill (Roosevelt).
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