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Young Musician of The Year 2021-2022

The Xaverian College Young Musician of The Year Competition was held on Wednesday the 10th of November 2021.  The competition took place in the college’s Drama Studio, there were 20 entries, and the musicians demonstrated an extremely high level of performance: one of the highest to date. The studio was packed out with families, friends, and teachers, it was our first live event since Christmas 2019.  

The competition has been running for many years and assists students in their preparations for conservatoire and university auditions; giving them invaluable performance experience.  

The panel consisted of Xaverian College music teachers, and peripatetic instrumental tutors. 

1st Place  

Adam Scaife (Trumpet) 

2nd Place 

Isla Hallewell (Voice) 

Joint 3rd Place  

Alex Allen (Electric Guitar) 

Latisha Anna Kanaris-Klusener (Piano) 

The Most Improved Young Musician  

Lydia Kinowski–Don (Harp) 

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