Schulich School of Music students and alum shine at the 2012 OSM Standard Life Competition this past weekend

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Schulich School of Music winners at this year's OSM competition

Two current percussion students won prizes, as did a piano alumnae.  

Current student Krystina Marcoux, 23, from Quebec won First Prize in the Percussion category, ($10,000) and also won the prize for the Best Interpretation of a Canadian work ($2500)   She also won the Banff Center prize for percussion, an award which covers the complete costs of attending a three week session at the Banff Center for Fine Arts this summer.

Current student Bryan Allen,  22, from Ontario, won Third Prize in the Percussion category, ($2500) and won the Orford Arts Center prize for percussion, an award which covers the complete costs of attending a two week session at the Orford Arts Center this summer.  

Alumnae Charles Richard-Hamelin, 23 , from Quebec, won Second Prize in the Piano Category, ($5,000) and won the prize for the Best Interpretation of a Canadian work ($2,500).  He also won the Banff Center prize for piano, an award which covers the complete costs of attending a three week session at the Banff Center for Fine Arts this summer.

Congratulations to all!