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 Show Choir Community > Events > 2018 > Pike MusicFest 2018


Event Info


February 10th, 2018

Venue Info

Pike High School
Performing Arts Center
5401 W. 71st Street
Indianapolis, IN 46268

Phone: (317) 387-2600

Event Details

No. of Attending Choirs:

  7 Mixed Groups (Tier I)
  2 Mixed Groups (Tier II)
  7 Womens Groups (Tier I)
  3 Single-Gender Groups

Hosts:

  Pike "Encores"
  Pike "Mystiques"

Judges:

  Jennifer Gulsvig (Visuals)
  Shane Coe (Visuals)
  Verda Slinkard (Vocals)
  Jena Adrianson (Vocals)

Ticket Prices:

$10
$15 all day

Event Website: Unknown

Map
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Pike MusicFest 2018



 Finals
 

Groups

 F.C. Singers
 Franklin Central High School
Grand Champion 
Best Vocals 
Best Visuals 
Best Band 
Best Female Soloist (Halle Catlow) 

 Royalaires
 Zionsville High School
First Runner Up 

 Sound System
 Center Grove High School
Second Runner Up 
Best Male Soloist (Wilson Smith) 

 Minstrel Magic
 Carroll High School
3rd Runner Up 
Most Creative Show 

 Premiers
 Ben Davis High School
4th Runner Up 


 Womens Finals
 

Groups

 High Voltage
 Franklin Central High School
First Place 
Best Vocals 
Best Visuals 
Best Band (TIE) 

 Choralaires
 Zionsville High School
Second Place 

 Debtones
 Center Grove High School
Third Place 
Best Band (TIE) 

 Select Sound
 Carroll High School
4th Place 


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

Groups

 Rebel Rhapsody
 Roncalli High School
First Place 
Most Creative Show 
Best Male Soloist 

 Nexus
 Mooresville High School
Second Place 


 Womens Division - Tier I (Prelims)
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 Single-Gender Division
 

Groups

 Bella Voce
 Brownsburg High School
First Place 
Best Vocals 
Best Visuals 

 Dawg Pound
 Brownsburg High School
Second Place 

 Preview
 Ben Davis 9th Grade Center
Third Place 


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ryaude on Feb 13, 2018, 11:50 AM (Edited by ryaude)
Post #29
+1
What an amazing competition with an exceptional line up, uniting three huge groups that rarely meet plus others. It was an honor to be a part of it. Every single show in finals that night was phenomenal, not to mention a truly exceptional ballad from Fishers Electrum that continues to wow the audience throughout their season. Just to add to this competition, Carroll Minstrel Magic received Most Creative Show and Best Male Soloist went to Wilson Smith from Center Grove Sound System. Judges included Shane Coe and Jennifer Gulsvig for visuals (already added) and Verda Slinkard and Jena Adrianson for vocals!



goinggray on Feb 11, 2018, 5:34 AM
Post #28
+3
I was so honored to be there today and cheer for my Zionsville and Carroll peeps. Love you guys so much, and it was so great to get to scream for you from the sidelines today!!! God bless, and congrats to FC



bheyneman on Feb 11, 2018, 4:42 AM
Post #27
+2
Indianapolis Pike MusicFest Final Results:

Championship Mixed:

GC---Franklin Central (BV, BC)
1st RU---Zionsville
2nd RU---Center Grove
3rd RU---Carroll
4th RU---Ben Davis

Single-Gender/Ladies:

GC---Franklin Central (BV, BC)
1st RU---Zionsville
2nd RU---Center Grove
3rd RU---Carroll
4th RU---Ben Davis




thisismyhappyplace on Feb 11, 2018, 1:13 AM
Post #26
 
Is there a livestream anywhere for this comp?



jillykobilly on Feb 10, 2018, 11:56 PM
Post #23
 
Does this comp have two stages?? Or is it literally a 5 hour long finals ????




Ilovetosing88 on Feb 10, 2018, 11:58 PM
Post #24
 
It will be five long hours!




jillykobilly on Feb 10, 2018, 11:59 PM
Post #25
+1
Yiiiiiiikes. I don’t think I’d last that long if I were judging!



Kadepiper on Feb 10, 2018, 11:50 PM
Post #22
+1
After watching prelims every group in finals definitely deserves to be in it, however i am very upset to see fishers not make it, their ballad was out of this world. Still cannot wait to see how the cookie crumbles at finals.



bheyneman on Feb 10, 2018, 11:29 PM
Post #21
+1
Single-Gender/Ladies Division Finals (Performance order):

Carroll
Zionsville
Center Grove
Franklin Central

Championship Mixed Division Finals (Performance order):

Ben Davis
Carroll
Center Grove
Franklin Central
Zionsville




allismom on Feb 10, 2018, 8:58 PM
Post #20
+1
Single-Gender finalits: Carroll, Zionsville, Center Grove, Franklin Central in performance order for finals



Ilovetosing88 on Feb 8, 2018, 1:32 AM
Post #18
 
Anyone know how much night show prices are?




Mr.HJA on Feb 10, 2018, 1:07 PM
Post #19
 
Website says $10 & $15 all day ticket



Sako03 on Feb 8, 2018, 12:29 AM
Post #17
 
Predictions-

GC- Franklin Central (BV, BC, BB)
1RU- Center Grove
2RU- Zionsville
3RU- Carroll
4RU- Ben Davis

Womens-
Womens-

GC- Center Grove
1RU- Zionsville
2RU- Franklin Central




EthanL on Feb 7, 2018, 10:42 PM
Post #16
 
Predictions!
Mixed 1
GC- Franklin Central
1RU- Zionsville
2RU- Center Grove
3RU- Ben Davis
4RU- Carroll
5RU- Fishers
6RU- Mooresville
Mixed 2
GC- Roncalli
1RU- Morresville
Women's
GC- Center Grove
1RU- Zionsville
2RU- Franklin central
3RU- Carroll
4RU- Ben Davis
5RU- Fishers
6RU- Mooresville
Single-Gender
GC- Brownsburg Boys
1RU- Brownsburg Girls
2RU- Ben Davis Girls




ThomasL on Feb 7, 2018, 1:24 AM
Post #15
 
This looks like a fun competition. Good luck to everyone (especially our close friend from the Fort)!
My Predictions:
Mixed 1:
GC: Center Grove BC, BB
1RU: Zionsville
2RU: Franklin Central BV
3RU: Ben Davis
4RU: Carroll
5RU: Fishers
6RU: Mooresville

Mixed 2:
GC: Roncalli BV, BC, BB
1RU: Mooresville

Womens:
GC: Franklin Central BV, BC, BB
1RU: Center Grove
2RU: Zionsville
3RU: Carroll
4RU: Ben Davis
5RU: Fishers
6RU: Mooresville

Single-Gender:
GC: Brownsburg Girls BV, BC, BB
1RU: Brownsburg Boys
2RU: Ben Davis




Ilovetosing88 on Feb 6, 2018, 5:26 PM
Post #14
 
How much is the night show prices?



JoséTM on Feb 6, 2018, 12:02 AM
Post #13
 
OOO this competition is gonna be EXCITING



Mr.HJA on Feb 5, 2018, 10:10 PM (Edited by Mr.HJA)
Post #12
 
Prediction:
Mixed:
FC sweep
Zionsville
Center grove

Women:
FC bc
Zionsville bv
Center grove.




Jeff. on Feb 1, 2018, 5:11 PM
Post #11
 
Schedule is posted and what a dandy it is.

There will be 4 Women's Tier I Finalists and 5 Mixed Tier I Finalists.
3:40 pm - Women's Finalists Announced
5:35 pm - Daytime Awards
6:30 pm - Women's Finals Begin
8:30 pm - Mixed Finals Begin
11:00 pm - Final Awards

Note: Mixed Tier II and Single-Gender listed above are both considered festival divisions.




EthanL on Jan 21, 2018, 6:42 PM
Post #1
+2
Appears that Center Grove will be there!




EthanL on Jan 25, 2018, 3:22 AM
Post #2
+1
According to their Website




Alex. on Jan 25, 2018, 3:24 AM
Post #3
 
And according to who's already signed up for the event about four inches above your comment. I bet if you click a few profiles you can deduct another choir that's going!




dommogstad on Jan 25, 2018, 5:06 AM (Edited by dommogstad)
Post #4
+4
Your comment was totally uncalled for. Ethan was literally just trying to help. What makes you think you can talk down to people on SCC this way? Also, as you should know from being a SCC crew member, people who do not have accounts on this website cannot click on profiles to view what choir they’re from. So Ethan’s comment is helpful to those people. Thank you Ethan, and please don’t let this rude comment deter you from posting and continuing to make SCC a great community.




Jeff. on Jan 25, 2018, 6:24 AM (Edited by Jeff.)
Post #5
+1
Well, that's their first problem! They should be getting accounts, logging in, and joining the discussion!

But to be real, I'd pump the brakes on saying Alex's comment was uncalled for. These are discussion boards after all. It's okay to reply to one another. Does Alex's comment have a little bit of a joke to it? Sure. Is it rude and demeaning? No. There wasn't any name calling, expletives, or personal attacks. Respectfully, no forum or discussion board on the internet would consider Alex's comment inappropriate. Would you rather have a comment like Alex's on SCC or the vitriol you see on anonymous show choir Twitter accounts?

As Crew members, Alex and I read most comments and stay up-to-date on most event pages as folks are constantly sharing schedules, judges, ticket prices, etc. So maybe you haven't noticed, Dominick, but Ethan has been posting a lot lately which certainly is not a bad thing. But a lot of your posts, Ethan, in the various event pages are the exact same question (usually along the lines of: "who's eligible for finals? how many finalists?") SCC is a literal database. Many times when folks ask a question - the answer is right in front of them. Someone asked in the Findlay FEst topic whether it was a gym or auditorium - the answer is already posted up above under "venue info." For those specific finalists questions Ethan has asked, one could scroll back to a competition's previous year by easily clicking the arrow buttons up by the event title to learn how many finalists they have taken in previous years. SCC is becoming a much easier website to navigate with continuous improvements (Thanks Haakon!) and many answers to questions are already at your fingertips. I mean, heck, Ethan isn't alone in this but many folks don't even consistently read the comments that already exist on an event page and instead ask for a livesteam link even though they literally just have to scroll down to see it's already posted.

There’s absolutely nothing wrong with any of these questions, to be clear, there isn’t. They’re genuine questions with no ill-intent. SCC is an amazing database with SO many tools. Haakon and the Crew - we all work so hard voluntarily might I add as we all have real jobs or are in college, but we do this because we love the show choir community and want to make sure we have this information and are preserving this information. The least we can do is point out the tools, remind folks, and educate them on how to use SCC. We know our audience is constantly changing as folks graduate and new students join show choir. We truly get that. Folks always ask, "who's attending this comp?" And more often than not, you can actually take a look at the "Attending" box and certainly get some answers (which is what Alex did). Haakon recently added a new livestream box on event pages, because we know some folks don't read the comments and we want to make it easier. Altogether, while we absolutely welcome people to comment and ask questions and engage in the community, we also want to be clear that this information often times already exists on SCC and point them in the right direction to their answer. Yes. We are a community. Communities are supportive of one another and communities also challenge one another to grow and learn. So, yeah, Crew members may leave comments like Alex’s above making them aware of tools. Sometimes we may have sass. Sometimes we're just trying to have fun too. Conversely, any SCC user can at any time also provide feedback on SCC, our features, or whatever as Haakon is especially open to hearing what the community wants and needs. (Ex. The “Vs.” feature).

Ultimately, while on the Crew end we feel like users could sometimes do a better job *using* the features of the website, I know on our end *we* need to do a better job communicating how SCC actually works and what some of the behind-the-scenes work we do actually is. That last thought has been on my mind a lot recently and sums up my entire post pretty well. Which, disclaimer, my comment spiraled to be far less about Ethan or Alex and far more about general thoughts on the current state of SCC.





Jeff. on Jan 25, 2018, 6:30 AM
Post #6
+7
*notes how SCC users sometimes don't read comments*

*proceeds to write a very lengthy comment that folks probably won't read*

*shoulder shrug*





svazzano on Jan 25, 2018, 3:54 PM (Edited by svazzano)
Post #7
+1
I think my issue here is that the "Attending" box doesn't necessarily tell you who is competing. When I was in high school, I frequently attended competitions my choir was not competing at, but would still mark that I was attending them on my profile. I don't think Alex's comment was uncalled for, but I do think it was less obvious than he made it out to be. I appreciate Ethan for double-checking that Center Grove was in fact competing, not just a few students making the trip as spectators!




Jeff. on Jan 25, 2018, 4:03 PM
Post #8
+1
Agreed, Sam. That's the inherent purpose of the Attending box - to see who's going and hopefully meet up and say hello #community.

It can also just be a tool to use prior to the actual competition schedule being released. For example, Franklin Central is also attending Pike. Wouldn't it be far more exciting to be talking about the Center Grove and Franklin Central showdown than this?





Alex. on Jan 25, 2018, 7:44 PM
Post #9
 
Rereading it all, I can see how it came off snarkier than I had originally intended. However, Ethan does post multiple times a day with one or two variations (on event pages he hasn’t even signed up for and his own choir isn’t attending) so it does get quite frustrating when the questions he’s asking aren’t helping or hurting anyone, just creating more clutter for us to sort through. Myself, and Jeff especially, regularly email event hosts, directors, etc., trying to get information to update on the site and it’s a little annoying when someone simply asks 150 times for the same information we’re actually seeking out through the source. I apologize for the confusion or misinterpretation to Ethan. Everyone else who was “offended” by the comment might need to just put themselves in our shoes




Alex. on Jan 25, 2018, 7:48 PM (Edited by Alex.)
Post #10
 
(cursed mobile double post)


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