Childs, Gordon - Musci Festival Event Manager
t the put Musicians tÂ© hvade City for Festival its application More than 300(1 high school musicians musicians will s t a r t a r r i v i n g here tomorrow tomorrow lo take part in the South Idaho music festival. Oroiips arc expccled from f7 high schools to oiler In 87 different different events. The festival will con- t i n u e u n t i l Saturday. Piano solos will be judged by Fred Soiner, /dalio Kills, The event manager Is Gordon ChiUls, They will begin tomorrow at 8 a.m. in Frazier hpll at I d a h o State college and continue u n t i l 3:48 p.m. witli nn Intermission for lunch between 11:50 a.m. and 1- p.m. Piano duets will be judged beginning beginning at 3:5f p.m. Two piano duets will be at 4:20 p.m. and piano concertos concertos at 4:42 p.m. Organ solos will bo played at 4:50 p.m. Concert band competition will be in (he hish school auditorium from I p . m . to 5 p.m. Each group ho allowed a warm-up session be[ be[ fore playing. Sight reading will ba judged .Tfler ench hand's performance. performance. Michael flcnson will manage thÂ« concert band, events. Judges are K l w y n Kchartz, Hugh McMlllcn, Clnir Jolmsun. and II. L. Fawson. Siring solos and ensembles will he juilged in Room 212 nl Ihe high school beginning at 9:15 a.m. Ma'n- ager of Ihe event is Ralph Kcnnard and the judge is .Tohn Hilgendorf. Violin j u d g i n g will be from a.m. lo 10:27 a.m. Viols solos will be at 10:33 n,m.; cello solos, 10:51 a.m.; string buss, 11:15; violin duct, 11:21 a.m.; violin quartet, :27 a.m.; siring trio, 11:33 a.m. and srins minrtels, H;39 a.m.