Casady Musicians at State Contest

Casady Performing Arts is extremely proud of the Casady musicians who qualified for, and participated in, the State OSSAA Solo and Ensemble Contest at Enid High School.
In order to attend State contest, participants had to have earned a Superior Rating at District contest.
Judging at State contest was much more competitive than at District, and our Cyclones still earned the top two possible scores! Casady music students entered in a combined total of 14 events - 10 solos and 4 ensembles. Soloists earned 8 superior ratings and 2 excellent ratings, and every ensemble received a superior rating! Way to go, Cyclone musicians!

Carson Buffalo: Vocal Solo - Superior
Sara Chavez-Rice: Snare Drum Solo - Superior 
Sophia Dykstra: Violin Solo - Superior 
Eddy Kang: Violin Solo - Superior 
Isabella Moore: Vocal Solo - Superior
Ethan Nedio: Trombone Solo - Excellent 
Savannah Shelton: Trombone Solo - Excellent 
Nishant Shrivastava: Trombone Solo - Excellent 
Anna Ungvari: Flute Solo - Superior 
Conwy Zheng: Bassoon Solo - Superior 
Carson Buffalo and Rachel White: Vocal Duet - Superior 
Aaron Chang and Sophia Dykstra: Violin Duet - Superior

Eddy Kang 
Sophia Dykstra
Aaron Chang
Abby Fakhoury
Faith Goggins
Pari Gulati
Michelle Huang
Pearce Wade

Jayden Bampoe
William Bankhead
Carson Buffalo 
Bianca Caves 
Kahner Enderby
Sydney Geiger
Bryce Johnson 
Jonathan Jones
Isabella Moore
Erik Pascual-Rosales
Kate Sparling
Spencer Steele
Peter Voegeli
Ryder Walker
Rachel White

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