2019-2020 Awards

In honor of today being our “final concert” that we never got to have, I would like to recognize the following students who would’ve received awards at our Awards Ceremony. ALL 2019-2020 FDHS orchestra students would have received a pin, letter, etc. for participation. We will have a make-up award ceremony around the same time as the make-up graduation, so all 2019-2020 orchestra students can attend to receive their awards in person.

Award descriptions:
Most Outstanding Рthe student who demonstrated the most dedication to not only the FDHS orchestra program, but their own personal improvement as a musician.

Most Improved – the student who demonstrated the most improvement from the beginning to the “end” of the school year.

100% Award – the student(s) who always demonstrated 100% effort in orchestra both in and outside of the orchestra classroom.

Lexington Philharmonic Guild Award: Awarded to one deserving senior a year. This student has demonstrated above and beyond dedication to the Arts.

National School Orchestra Award: Awarded to one deserving senior a year. This student has demonstrated above and beyond dedication to the Orchestra Program as well as their own personal improvement as a musician.

CONCERT ORCHESTRA:
Most Outstanding: Prosperity Meade
Most Improved: Deen Hopper & Ashley Christi
100% Award: Blake Longworth, Prakriti Bhandari & Taylor Bell

SYMPHONIC ORCHESTRA:
Most Outstanding: Kayleigh Schenk
Most Improved: Maimouna Mark
100% Award: Julianne Fisher, Logan Smith, Olivia Johnson, & Ali Hamza

CHAMBER ORCHESTRA:
Most Outstanding: Navin Tantasook
Most Improved: Nathaniel Perri
100% Award: Alexandria Troth, Annika Maxey, JJ Vires, & Alexis Lewis (with honorable mention to: Liza Duarte, Evanna Marji, & Emma Anderson)

Lexington Phil Guild Award: Abbigail Grace Phelps

National School Orchestra Award: Phocheng Ly

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