Kintyre’s prize-winning musicians

Quartet Suen Yee Walker, Amy Pateron, Rebecca Semple and Hannah Oman won the open instrumental ensemble.

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As reported on page five, Kintyre musicians excelled at the 40th Mid Argyll Music Festival.

Brass and woodwind performers, most of them pictured across these pages, picked up a haul of silverware across many of the competition’s classes.

Taylor McMillan won the woodwind solo class for beginners. 06_c14musicfestival01

A ‘very fine performance’ from Amy Paterson won her the top spot in the brass solo (S4 to 6) class. 06_c14musicfestival02

Jamie Colville picked up the Co-operative Membership Cup for the highest mark in solo brass. 51_c14musicfestival04

Annie Watson and Cara McFadzean won the trophy for primary instrumental duet. 51_c14musicfestival05

Jack and Rona Campbell took first place in the secondary instrumental duet class. 51_c14musicfestival06

Campbeltown Brass A won the primary ensemble class. 51_c14musicfestival07

Campbeltown Brass B won the intermediate ensemble (S1 to 3) class. 51_c14musicfestival08

Quartet Suen Yee Walker, Amy Pateron, Rebecca Semple and Hannah Oman won the open instrumental ensemble. 51_c14musicfestival09

Tarbert’s Bella Derevyankin won the piano solo grade two class. 51_c14musicfestival10

Morvern Paisley, from Tarbert Academy, won the Argyll and Bute District Council Cup for woodwind solo (S4 to 6). 51_c14musicfestival11