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RSP PRIMARY REPORT ON THE KENYA MUSIC FESTIVAL NATIONAL LEVEL HELD AT MERU FROM IN AUGUST 2012. Our school participated in the Kenya music festival National level on the 7th to 10th August this year at Meru school. We were able to achieve position two in one item, position three in four items, position four in two items, position five in three items, position six in one item, position seven in two items ,position nine in two items, position ten in one item and position twelve in one item. Below is a summary of the results we achieved in the National music festival.

NO.

CLASS

PUPILS

CATEGORY

POSITION

MARKS

1.

911H

TANIA SALLY

RECORDER

2

88%

2.

902H

BAKHITA OMWENGA

PIANOFORTE SOLO

3

87%

3.

915H

GROUP

RECORDER ENSEMBLE

3

86%

4.

238C

CHOIR

LOWER PRIMARY CHOIR

3

85%

5.

111H

BAKHITA OMWENGA

OPERATIC ORATORIO SOLO SINGING

3

85%

6.

902H

KRISTINA SENELWA

PIANOFORTE SOLO

4

86%

7.

905H

EDDIE KARICHO
IAN NYASIA

PIANO DUET

4

84%

8.

1321H

ELSIE KANINI

FRENCH SOLO POEM

5

85%

9.

905

ALLAN WANGAI
EDDIE KARICHO

PIANO DUET

5

83%

10.

905H

SHIRLEY NGETICH
KRISTINA SENELWA

PIANO DUET

5

83%

11.

901H

BRITA NYAGUTHII

PIANOFORTE SOLO

6

84%

12.

901H

SYLVIA MWOLOLO

PIANOFORTE SOLO

7

83%

13.

111H

SARAH NJOKI

OPERATIC ORATORIO SOLO SINGING

7

83%

14.

901H

NATHAN ANINO

PIANOFORTE SOLO

9

81%

15.

105H

BAKHITA OMWENGA

SOLO SINGING

9

84%

16.

111H

TAMARA ATIENO

OPERATIC ORATORIO SOLO SINGING

10

80%

17.

903H

ANGELA NYAMBURA

PIANOFORTE SOLO

12

81%

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RE: 2012 NATIONAL MUSIC FESTIVAL REPORT HELD IN MERU
Here below is a tabulated summary of the classes and the results of our performances at the national music festivals held in Meru from 6th to 10th of August 2012.

CLASS DESCRIPTION/NUMBER OF ENTRIES % MARKS POSITION
901H Piano-beginners(2 entries) 88 2nd
86 4th
902H Piano solo Intermediate(2 entriee) 86 4th
85 5th
903H Piano solo -Advanced 89 1st
88 2nd
86 4th
904 Piano duet-beginners (2 entries) 87 1st
86 2nd
905H Piano duet-intermediate (2 entries) 87 2nd
85 4th
906H Piano duet-Advanced 88 1st
908H Violin solo(2 entries) 85 4th
84 6th
913H Brass solo 87 2nd
84  4th
916H Brass Band 86 1st
111H Solo operatic 86 5th
231H Set Piece-lower primary 87.5 2nd
226H Set piece –upper primary 86 4th

SUMMARY OF POSITIONS

POSITION 1ST 2ND 3RD 4TH 5TH 6TH TOTAL
ATTAINED 4 6 NIL 7 3 1 21  entries