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Jubilate Knight for the Arts

Jubilate Knight for the Arts
Talent Competition and Fundraiser
January 29, 2022

This annual family-friendly talent competition highlights our artistically gifted SJCS community! Auditions are open to any member of the school community (students, parents, teachers & alumni). At the event, audience members purchase votes for their favorite acts, helping to fund the needs of the SJCS Fine Arts programs. Make plans to audition and join us in supporting the SJCS Fine Arts!
 
Audition: It’s not too early to start planning to audition!  Any member of the SJCS community (students, teachers, parents, alumni, siblings) is welcome to participate. Music, comedy, drama, dance, juggling, hula hooping, magic shows, and so many more talents are welcome.  Start preparing your performance now!  Performances may be up to four minutes in length. Audition information will be available in December Contact Fine Arts Department Chair, Teresa McGrath, with any questions.
 
Planning Committee: Planning has already begun but it’s not too late to get involved! To join the planning committee please contact Christine Balts or Cindy Davis

See below for the results from Jubilate Knight for the Arts 2021!

Congratulations to the 2021 Jubilate Knight Winners:

Category Winners: (determined by audience vote)
VOCAL: “Isn’t She Lovely?”, performed by Andrew Walajtys (piano and vocals)
INSTRUMENTAL: “Downfall”, performed by Patrick O’Connell (Irish flute)
DANCE & PERFORMANCE TECHNOLOGY: “Pretender”, performed by Kimsey Fiddie and Tony Erbrecht (vocals, guitar, and trumpet)
ADULT:
TIED: “Gabriel’s Oboe”, performed by Marj Malphrus and Jacob Martin (oboe and cello)
TIED: Selections of Beethoven Sonata No. 14 “Moonlight” – Federico Montes (piano)

Judges’ Awards: (determined by panel of judges)
1st place: “One Take Beatbox” – Lyle Jones, original
2nd place: “Downfall”, performed by Patrick O’Connell (Irish flute)
3rd place: “Solipsism”, performed by Sara Gushue (mixed media speedpaint)