Quesnel performers on to Provincials

Competitors and observers, selected during Quesnel's Festival of the Performing Arts gathered at the rec centre

Provincial performers and observers

Competitors chosen to represent Quesnel Festival of the Performing Arts at Provincials include (not in order of appearance in above picture) are Elledae Armstrong, Junior Ballet; Jayna Burton, Intermediate Ballet; Ali Cervienka, Intermediate Modern Dance; Brianna Godso, Junior Stage Dance; Kate McGowan, Senior Stage Dance; Morgan Fraser, Junior Classical Voice; Alyssa Andres, Intermediate Classical Voice; Sophia Traber, Senior Classical Voice; Destiny Watson, Junior Musical Theatre; Jenaya Barker, Intermediate Musical Theatre; Alex Verge, Senior Musical theatre; InSong, Youth Choral Group; Nalyssa Runge, Junior Speech Arts; Brenna Paulsen, Intermediate Speech Arts; Lee Verge, Senior Speech Arts; Rachelle Carter, Junio Piano; Anican Yu, Senior Piano. Observers include Sarah Armstrong, Intermediate Modern Dance; Brielle Hamelin, Junior Stage Dance, Sophia Yarish, Junior Stage Dance; Chloe Hopton, Junior Classdical Voice; Mackenzie Bratigam, Junior Musical Theatre; Sydney Williams, Junior Speech Arts.

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