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 Show Choir Community > Events > 2010 Season > Lawrence Central The Classic 2010


Event Info


February 27th, 2010

Venue Info

Lawrence Central High School
7300 East 56th Street
Indianapolis, IN 46226

Phone: (317) 543-3641

Event Details

No. of Attending Choirs:

  22 Mixed Groups
  9 Womens Groups
  2 Middle School Groups

Hosts:

  Lawrence Central Central Sound
  Lawrence Central Sweet Sensations

Judges: Unknown

Ticket Prices:

$10 - Prelims Only
$10 - Finals Only
$15 - Prelims and Finals

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Lawrence Central The Classic 2010









Awards
Predictions
Photos
Event Site
Live Stream


Finals
 

Groups in order of placement

 Sound System
 Center Grove High School
Grand Champion 
Best Vocals 
Best Visuals 

 Ambassadors
 Carmel High School
First Runner Up 

 Royalaires
 Zionsville High School
Second Runner Up 

 Swingers Unlimited
 Marysville High School
3rd Runner Up 

 Encores
 Pike High School
4th Runner Up 


Mixed Division - Tier I (Prelims)
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Mixed Division - Tier II
 

Groups

 Accents
 Avon High School
First Place 

 Crimson Heat
 New Palestine High School
Second Place 

 Pendletones

 Pendleton Heights High School
No Placement 

 Northern Lights

 North Oldham High School
No Placement 

 Silver Streak

 Fishers High School
No Placement 

 Goldenaires

 Decatur Central High School
No Placement 

 Blast

 Shelby County High School
No Placement 

 Dimensions

 Austin High School
No Placement 

 Warrior Ambition

 Woodlan Jr/Sr High School
No Placement 

 Vivace

 Warren Central High School
No Placement 

 Surround Sound

 Center Grove High School
No Placement 

 Rebel Rhapsody

 Roncalli High School
No Placement 


Womens Division - Tier I
 

Groups

 Debtones
 Center Grove High School
First Place 
Best Vocals 

 Accents
 Carmel High School
Second Place 
Best Visuals 

 Mystiques
 Pike High School
Third Place 

 Hi-Lites

 Warren Central High School
No Placement 

 Choralaires

 Zionsville High School
No Placement 

 New Dimension

 Noblesville High School
No Placement 

 Ville de Filles

 Northrop High School
No Placement 


Womens Division - Tier II
 

Groups

 Diamond Sensations
 New Palestine High School
First Place 

 Silver Sound
 Fishers High School
Second Place 


Middle School Division
 

Groups

 Guys & Dolls
 Ferguson Middle School
First Place 

 Connection

 Ankeney Middle School
No Placement 


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Rian on Mar 1, 2010, 10:01 PM
Post #87
 


QUOTE (juliofrommississippi @ Mar 01 2010, 02:24 AM) *


lol well I wouldn't go so far as to say I would be embarrassed, but I wouldn't be extremely excited about the award either. lol



I would say that I would be pretty happy that I've done my job as a performer entertaining the audience. I wouldn't be overly joyous, but I would be content that I did my job .




osumondo on Mar 1, 2010, 7:55 PM
Post #86
 
i believe two more judges were added at night as well.

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RushDave on Mar 1, 2010, 2:55 PM
Post #85
 


QUOTE (tscott @ Feb 28 2010, 08:20 PM) *

Can someone list who the judges were? Please and thanks.



Shawn Porter - Vocal
Shawn Porter is a Choral Director at Hamilton Southeastern High School in Fishers, Indiana, where he directs, co-directs or accompanies eight choirs and teaches piano class. Prior to his tenure at HSE, he was Associate Choral Director at Pike High School for several years. He received his Bachelor’s degree from Anderson University, his Master’s of Music degree from Ball Sate University and a Master’s Degree from Butler University. Mr. Porter’s all female and mixed choirs have consistently been Grand Champions and have captured numerous awards in various
contests, including Grand Champions of the National Showstoppers Contest. His concert choirs have been consistent ISSMA state finalists. He is an active choral clinician and judges throughout the Midwest, a church choir director/organist, member of MENC, and an avid traveler.

Myra Crosby - Vocal
Myra Crosby currently teaches at Shelbyville Middle School. In addition to being department chairperson, she directs the choirs and the vocal music for the annual Madrigal Dinner. She holds a B.S. in Music Education degree from the University of Indianapolis, a Masters degree in Education from Indiana University, and recently finished the necessary requirements (from U of I) to add Geography to her current Indiana Teaching License. In her 25 plus years of teaching vocal music education, Mrs. Crosby’s show choirs received numerous Grand Champion and Caption Awards, and her concert choirs have earned superior ratings at ISSMA competitions. Both the Winterfest and Singing Sensational Show Choir competitions were started under her direction while teaching at Triton Central and Shelbyville High Schools respectively.
In addition to the aforementioned degrees, Mrs. Crosby also has a nursing license and works part-time in the Med/Surg dept. of a small town hospital. Along with judging Show Choir competitions and ISSMA choral events, Myra keeps busy at home helping her husband, Don, on their family dairy farm. They both are extremely active in their local church and thoroughly enjoy their four children: Brenda, Laura Beth, Ryan, and Austin.
Mrs. Crosby wishes all of the groups the best of luck with their entire performing season.

Linda Rees - Visual
Linda is the founder/director of the Dance Magic Performing Arts Center since 1981. During that time she has had the privilege of teaching literally hundreds of young and aspiring artists who now can be seen dancing on Broadway and on the classical dance stage. Linda has produced and choreographed numerous musicals and ballets and has choreographed for theatres such as Beef and Boards, Indianapolis Civic Theatre, Footlite Musicals as well as served as the choreographer for the NFL Colts cheerleaders. Next for the dancers of DMPAC is the summer London Olympics where her dancers will be performing!

KELLY BUTLER SMITH - Visual
Mrs. Butler Smith has been an active participant in the Arts Community in Indianapolis for more than twenty-five years. She freelances her choreography to various high schools, theatres, and community groups and is the Associate Director at Performer’s Edge School of Dance and Theatre in Carmel, Indiana. Kelly is one of the founders of Summer Stock Stage, a program that gives young adults the chance to work on their musical theatre skills with a professional staff. She also began a similar program at the Indianapolis Civic Theatre and was its Managing Director and Choreographer for over ten years. Kelly currently coaches young students interested in auditioning for college musical theatre programs, choir placement and musical theatre productions. She has appeared on stage in many leading roles and has done several commercials for televisions as well as voice work for area radio stations. She has been an Artist in Residence for the Indiana Arts Commission, a Master Artist with Very Special Arts for Indiana, and has served on many boards in the arts community in Indianapolis. Kelly has been married to to her husband, Brian, for 22 years and is the mother to Hillary (20) and Nick (16).

Randy W. Greenwell - Instrumental
Currently in his seventeenth year as the Director of Bands and six year as Performing Arts Department Chair at Lawrence Central High School, Randy Greenwell graduated with high honors from Illinois State University and holds a Masters in Wind Conducting from Ball State University. He has taught at the high school and middle school levels for the past twenty years, exclusively in Indiana.
During his tenure at Lawrence Central, Mr. Greenwell’s bands have received numerous honors including being named the 2001 and 2004 Bands of America Grand National Champion as well as the 2002 National Runner-up. They have also been Marching Band State Champions on four occasions (1997, 1998, 2000, 2005). In addition, the marching band has been invited to perform for prestigious parades such as the 2005 Rose Parade, and most recently, the 2009 Fiesta Bowl Parade in Phoenix, AZ. Mr. Greenwell’s concert groups have also enjoyed great success, having won four State Concert Band Championships. His jazz bands have also enjoyed success, having been named “Outstanding Band” at various jazz festivals as well as receiving numerous soloist awards. He has been the back-up band director got The Central Sound for the past fourteen years, and during this time, the band has won “Outstanding Instrumental Ensemble” numerous times, including the ISSMA State Show Choir Championships in 2005.
Mr. Greenwell was honored with the Outstanding Indiana Bandmaster Award in 2000, and has received numerous numerous Teacher Appreciation Awards and Superintendent
Awards from Lawrence Township. In 2002, Mayor Bart Peterson deemed Mr. Greenwell a Distinguished Citizen of Indianapolis and in May 2004, he was the subject of a cover story in the School Band and Orchestra Magazine.




juliofrommississippi on Mar 1, 2010, 2:24 AM
Post #84
 


QUOTE (Freak @ Mar 01 2010, 02:22 AM) *


Honestly, for me as a performer, if I won a people's choice award I was embarassed. It's just a bought award. It means absolutely nothing other than your fans were willing to waste their money.



lol well I wouldn't go so far as to say I would be embarrassed, but I wouldn't be extremely excited about the award either. lol




thejoshbaker on Mar 1, 2010, 2:22 AM
Post #83
 


QUOTE (rengland3991 @ Mar 01 2010, 12:57 AM) *


True. But if the majority of the audience didn't enjoy it, they wouldn't have gotten the most votes for "Peoples choice".



Honestly, for me as a performer, if I won a people's choice award I was embarassed. It's just a bought award. It means absolutely nothing other than your fans were willing to waste their money.


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rengland3991 on Mar 1, 2010, 12:57 AM
Post #82
 


QUOTE (Mr.HJA @ Feb 28 2010, 09:22 PM) *


While thats al fine an dandy to perform to the audience and not the judges even if it is entertaining they still need to be clean and consistent that way the audience can really enjoy what the show offers.



True. But if the majority of the audience didn't enjoy it, they wouldn't have gotten the most votes for "Peoples choice".


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Mr.HJA on Feb 28, 2010, 9:22 PM
Post #81
 


QUOTE (rengland3991 @ Feb 28 2010, 08:51 PM) *

I, for one, am VERY proud of Warren. They went in to this year saying they're going to put on a great show for the audience, not the judges. If they make finals, awesome. But they want to put on the best show they can.

Getting voted most creative show and people's choice over the last few weeks. Sounds like they're doing what they set out to do, making finals or not!



While thats al fine an dandy to perform to the audience and not the judges even if it is entertaining they still need to be clean and consistent that way the audience can really enjoy what the show offers.


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rengland3991 on Feb 28, 2010, 8:51 PM
Post #80
 
I, for one, am VERY proud of Warren. They went in to this year saying they're going to put on a great show for the audience, not the judges. If they make finals, awesome. But they want to put on the best show they can.

Getting voted most creative show and people's choice over the last few weeks. Sounds like they're doing what they set out to do, making finals or not!


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tscott on Feb 28, 2010, 8:20 PM
Post #79
 
Can someone list who the judges were? Please and thanks.



Justinrocks9 on Feb 28, 2010, 7:33 PM
Post #78
 


QUOTE (zanesadeNewEra @ Feb 28 2010, 06:34 PM) *


Isn't this, like, the second time that's happened?



yeah. at DeKalb. we could've gotten a better spot at DeKalb, but there's that one judge that likes to throw things out of whack.




zanesadeNewEra on Feb 28, 2010, 6:34 PM
Post #77
 


QUOTE (Justinrocks9 @ Feb 28 2010, 05:36 PM) *


2 judges had Charisma in 4th place, 1 judge had Charisma in 5th place, and the last judge in 9th. We had an excellent show and we know that. This was our last competition for the season. If we qualify for state, however, we will be competing there. Congrats to all the choirs on Saturday!



Isn't this, like, the second time that's happened?




Justinrocks9 on Feb 28, 2010, 5:36 PM
Post #76
 


QUOTE (SinginBruin011 @ Feb 28 2010, 02:41 AM) *

Well Looks like Charismas day was full of fun, We grats everyone who made finals and wish you good luck in the comp, sad we couldnt make finals, but hey sometimes groups get slapped with 3 judges who want you in night, and 1 that gives you last.



2 judges had Charisma in 4th place, 1 judge had Charisma in 5th place, and the last judge in 9th. We had an excellent show and we know that. This was our last competition for the season. If we qualify for state, however, we will be competing there. Congrats to all the choirs on Saturday!




BakerCE on Feb 28, 2010, 9:31 AM
Post #75
 
So my big complaint about this competition..... Is I just got home!!!! Lol hahaha lots of interesting things going on. Overall I think I had the same results as the real ones. The only thing I'd switch is Marysville and Zionsville.

Center Grove- lots of awesome vocal things going on here. You guys hit those fortissimos like nobodys business. Clean choreo. Not a fan of the giant flashing lights. Congrats on the grand champion next week is gonna be RIDICULOUS

Carmel- First time seeing these guys ever and I know I'll get a lot of hate for this but I am not really a fan of this show. There was some good singing momemts but I didn't here a lot of diction. And the second half was crazy!!! I was finding it hard to focus. But while I'm not a fan of the show you guys definitely put on an awesome show. Good work

Zionsville- definitely bumped up from finals. It was much more understandable show during finals. While I loved the Beatlejuice number I think that a couple things could be fixed to make that number as solid as the rest of your show. But good luck in the rest of your season!!

Marysville- love you guys. You put on two awesome shows and it was another fairly clean show let's get ready for Fairfield

Pike- I actually really liked your show. I think this is the first time I've ever seen pike and it was just such an interesting show. The ballad ugh!! I remember hearing Jasmine in my SCA group and she was ridiculously good there but her solo tonight was fenominal!!! And this is like the fourth or some odd time that I've seen Circus done in show choir and you guys definitely pulled it off the best!! Good luck in your remaining performances =]

and yeah I liked Warren central but like everyone is saying there show was everywhere and the first half didn't have a lot of singing. I still loved it cause the crowd was responding so well!!!


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LIFESTYLE on Feb 28, 2010, 7:15 AM
Post #74
 


QUOTE (RoyalaireRB @ Feb 28 2010, 06:18 AM) *

Thanks to all the LC team! It was a great competition!!!




No problem. We love hosting and getting to bond with choirs!!! Hope you come back next year!!!




ZTenor on Feb 28, 2010, 6:18 AM (Edited)
Post #73
 
Thanks to all the LC team! It was a great competition!!!

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soccerrrr24 on Feb 28, 2010, 6:14 AM
Post #72
 
Oh, and I can't edit my post, but I just thought I would say my personal placements:

GC: Center Grove (Vocals and Visuals)
1RU: Carmel
2RU: Marysville
3RU: Pike
4RU: Zionsville


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soccerrrr24 on Feb 28, 2010, 6:11 AM
Post #71
 
Congrats to everyone that performed today! Here are my thoughts...

Center Grove: You guys were born to perform. Your show kept me interested the ENTIRE time and I had my eyes glued on stage throughout the entire show. Your ballad...INCREDIBLE. Absolutely gorgeous. Chills the whole time, and I loved the arrangement. Your guys number was adorable. Great job, CONGRATS.

Carmel: Your vocals were outstanding as usual. I just thought personally the last number was sloppy and uncharacteristic of a Carmel show. I also thought there was a lack of dancing in your first number. Congratulations, I'm sure you will have a wonderful season.

Zionsville: Not going to lie, I wasn't impressed. You had strong vocals, but I thought you sounded a touch flat the entire time. Could've just been me. Good energy, though. The last number just jumps around so much for me it was hard for me to really get into the show.

Marysville: I thought your first 2 numbers were really sloppy, but then your ballad and your closer(s) saved your show. I still wasn't blown away, but it was a good show and your energy throughout the whole thing was amazing. I personally, had you 3rd.

Pike: Your energy tonight was unlike I had ever seen it before. That being said, I think "Circus" got away from you a little tonight. Lol but it was still well-performed. There are still several parts that choreography is sloppy, but you guys have 2 weeks until the Watseka competition to work out those kinks! Your vocals sounded great tonight.

Womens:

CG: I didn't see your show but I'm sure it was fantastic, given that you won!

Carmel: CHILLS CHILLS CHILLS. YOUR BALLAD, AMAZING. I don't really remember the rest of the show, but I know it was good, lol.

Pike: Ladies, you guys have come so far in the last several years, and I'm proud of you all! Vocals were great for the most part, there were a couple times that you started to get a little shouty it sounded like, but those mics tonight were SUPER hot, so it could've just been them too. Congrats ladies!!




thejoshbaker on Feb 28, 2010, 5:40 AM
Post #70
 


QUOTE (joE @ Feb 28 2010, 02:10 AM) *


I wasn't too surprised by this. Yes, their show had a lot of energy and really got the crowd excited, but they didn't really have much choreography at all, and what they did have wasn't very clean. There also wasn't much contrast in the vocals throughout.

I really enjoyed the show, but I can see how it would rate lower for judges than it would for audience members.



Seconded.

I thought their vocals were great, but their choreo just isn't up to snuff.


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Mr.HJA on Feb 28, 2010, 5:36 AM
Post #69
 


QUOTE (Mr.HJA @ Feb 27 2010, 09:45 PM) *


CG n Carmel nade it as expected

good job pike they've come so far in the last 5 yrs omg!!!

but i predict

GC: Center Grove (Best vocals)
1rup: Carmel (best Visual
2ru: Pike

however CG and Carmel are both amazing so it coul really turn out either way




i was right... omfg




thejoshbaker on Feb 28, 2010, 5:33 AM
Post #68
 
Women:
GC: Center Grove "Debtones" [Vocals]
1RU: Carmel "Accents" [Visuals]
2RU: Pike "Mystiques"

Mixed:
GC: Center Grove "Sound System" [Vocals, Visuals]
1RU: Carmel "Ambassadors"
2RU: Zionsville "Royalaires"
3RU: Marysville "Swingers Unlimited"
4RU: Pike "Encores"



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