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 Show Choir Community > Events > 2019 Season > Fairfield Crystal Classic 2019

Event Info

March 16th, 2019

Venue Info

Fairfield High School
8800 Holden Blvd.
Fairfield, OH 45014

Phone: (513) 942-2999

Event Details

No. of Attending Choirs:

  17 Mixed Groups
  9 Womens Groups
  6 Middle School Groups


  Fairfield "Choraliers"
  Fairfield "Pure Elegance"
  Fairfield "FortissiBROS"
  Fairfield "Rhythm Express"
  Fairfield "Little Elegance"


  Jeff Clark (Mixed Tier I/Women)

  Johanne McIvor (Mixed Tier I/Women)

  Stephen Todd (Mixed Tier I/Women)

  Anne Chapman (Mixed Tier I/Women)

  Jeff Jordan (Mixed Tier II/Middle School)

  Chantz Gould (Mixed Tier II/Middle School)

  Dave Anderson (Mixed Tier II/Middle School)

  Sherry Randall (Mixed Tier II/Middle School)

Ticket Prices:

$15 Prelims
$12 Finals
$20 All Day


Fairfield Crystal Classic 2019

Event Site
Live Stream



 In Sync
 Burbank High School
Grand Champion 
Best Vocals 
Best Choreography 
Best Female Soloist (Melanie Burks) 

 By Request
 Loveland High School
First Runner Up 
Best Band 

 Swingers Unlimited
 Marysville High School
Second Runner Up 
Best Show Design 

 Rhythm Masters
 Whiteland Community High School
3rd Runner Up 

 Ross High School
4th Runner Up 
Best Crew 
Best Costumes 

Finals - Tier II


 High Impact
 Matoaca High School
First Place 
Best Vocals 
Best Choreography 
Best Band 

 Center Stage
 Milton-Union High School
Second Place 
Best Show Design 

 Summit Sound
 Bishop Dwenger High School
Third Place 
Best Crew 

 Bull City Lights
 Voyager Academy
4th Place 
Best Costumes 
Best Female Soloist (Melody Wimberly) 

 The Silhouettes
 Norwood High School
5th Place 
Best Male Soloist (Connor Williamson) 

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


 Loveland High School
First Place 
Best Vocals 
Best Choreography 
Best Band 

 Class Act
 Grove City High School
Second Place 
Best Show Design 
Best Crew 

 Burbank High School
Third Place 
Best Costumes 
Best Soloist (Kiarah Pollas) 

 Up Front
 Matoaca High School
4th Place 

 Whiteland Community High School
5th Place 

 Homestead High School
6th Place 

 Touch of Swing
 Manchester High School
7th Place 

 Bishop Dwenger High School
8th Place 

 Olentangy High School
9th Place 

Middle School Division


 Loveland Middle School
First Place 
Best Vocals 
Best Choreography 

 Next Generation
 Ross Middle School
Second Place 

 Mini Swingers
 Bunsold Middle School
Third Place 

 Cutting Edge
 Hamilton Middle Schools
4th Place 

 Rivals in Rhythm
 Bridgeport and Washington Irving Middle Schools
5th Place 

 Spark of Class
 Jackson Middle School
6th Place 

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Natshow on Mar 20, 2019, 10:08 PM
Post #121
Oceanside CA. Will be lit!! Burbank, john Boroughs , Los Al and Brea! You have by far 3 of top 5 show choir around the country competing in this. I can’t wait!!!

ThomasL on Mar 21, 2019, 12:21 AM
Post #122
... wrong event


CaliSCAnalysis on Mar 19, 2019, 8:07 AM
Post #120
Congrats Burbank In Sync! Represent California!!

Chad on Mar 18, 2019, 10:23 PM
Post #119
To all those unable to attend Fairfield this past weekend, I strongly encourage you to make the trip to southern Ohio next year. I promise it is worth it.

Congratulations to Burbank and thank you for traveling to Ohio. Thank you to Mr. Mercer and the Fairfield choirs for a great evening!

BrockLee on Mar 18, 2019, 1:17 AM
Post #118
Once again, the true winner at the Crystal Classic was the audience. What an amazing day of musicianship and entertainment! Here are my thoughts after watching both prelims and finals:

Boy, Ross never dissapoints. You can say that other groups that day were more polished than them, but you cannot say that they didn’t have one of the funnest shows that night! They remind me a lot of Loveland. A GREAT set of songs, an AMAZING band, and guaranteed to give their audience a good time. For having less men than other years, they really deliver. I also must say that their ballad soloist really moves me. So great. I’ve been told by several members of Ross that they’re adding a women’s group next year along with acquiring Jared Voss and Tori Burns as choreographers, so that just shows even more signs of Ross stepping up their game. For the time being, I look forward to seeing how they do at Wapakoneta! Very well done last night.

Very beautiful vocals. It seems like a lot of people forgot how much of a vocal powerhouse Whiteland is. I feel like more energy could’ve been put into their choreo, but their vocals definitely compensate for that. Personally, I thought they should’ve scored a little closer to Marysville, but it was a great show nevertheless! I still have their opener stuck in my head, and I love how they do a reprisal of their opener for their bows! I was impressed watching them at Franklin Central and even more impressed watching them last night!

This is definitely a bold statement, but in my eyes, Marysville’s finals performance was nearly choreographically perfect. They simply dominate Dwight Jordan’s choreography stylistically and each song in their show gives you so much joy! I also felt that they had the best ballad of the night. I heard that some judges disagreed, but the entire show really did emulate the spirit of show choir, such a genuine performance by EVERYONE on stage!

Not much to say about these guys. They’re simply the best. Phenomenal band, amazing energy, and a great set of songs. I think most can agree they were a little slept on this year. I will say that their vocals aren’t as powerful as they have been in other years, but they make up for that in the stylistic authenticity of their vocals for each song. The further they got into their show, the more it felt like a concert, it was so great. Very very well done as usual!

Speaking of shows that felt more like concerts Holy moly what a show! I can’t wait to watch it again on YouTube because it wasn’t until after I’d watched them that I was told their theme is a sequel of sorts to their prodigal show from 2012! That may be wrong, but it made sense thinking back on everything that happened in the show. Their opening sequence had the best vocal moment I had ever witnessed live in a show (Maybe tied with Franklin Central’s opener). To my untrained ear, their balance, blend, and dynamics were flawless. What an incredible show with visuals you won’t see from any other group! Thank you Burbank for coming and sharing your talent with us midwesterners!

Jeff. on Mar 17, 2019, 9:25 PM
Post #117
Crystal Classic was a ton of fun. I'm tired, but it was definitely worth the travel to attend. I enjoyed all of the finalist performances and of course the Choraliers exhibition. The environment in that Arena is like nothing else. And it was pretty much on time! Hats off to Fairfield folks for continuous improvements and hosting this premier event.

Quick notes:
-Ross: your girls numbers is one of my favorites this season
-Whiteland: beautiful singing, it was a pleasure seeing y'all for the first time!
-Marysville: my favorite show of the evening, I love a good SU show design - good luck in Orlando!
-Loveland: holy smokes that band takes an already great show to the next level. I love watching y'all and also best of luck in Orlando!
-Burbank: that was a fun show and the second number is really cool. So glad to see y'all come back to Ohio.
-Fairfield: I enjoy the show more and more each time I watch it. When are we getting a professional recording of One Giant Leap?? Go kill it at Andover!


stevenoble on Mar 17, 2019, 2:01 PM
Post #116
Amazing job to all the choirs at this event! Burbank was phenomenal and a well-deserved win! Marysville were such a joy to watch and their students, parents, and director were exceptionally kind and complimentary. Loved seeing them help clean up the arena after the competition! Also, special shoutout to Loveland - always a joy to watch them and they killed it in finals (and your combo is so good!!!).... and can I say watching Shawn Miller work in the back always makes me smile - his energy is contagious! Congrats to all groups and thanks for making this another great Crystal Classic!


greekgeek on Mar 17, 2019, 1:40 PM (Edited)
Post #115
Here is Burbank’s performance:


CameronA on Mar 17, 2019, 5:32 AM
Post #111
Large Mixed Final Scores:
Burbank: 1200
Loveland: 1151.25
Marysville: 1103
Whiteland: 1069
Ross: 1068.5


CameronA on Mar 17, 2019, 5:37 AM
Post #113
Burbank: 1,1,1,1
Loveland: 2,2,2,2
Marysville: 3,3,3,3
Whiteland: 5,4,5,4
Ross: 4,5,4,5

Häakon on Mar 17, 2019, 5:39 AM
Post #114
Wow, that is some consensus!

itsevankonig on Feb 13, 2019, 1:10 AM (Edited)
Post #46
GC: Burbank “In Sync” (BV) (BC)
1RU: Marysville “Swingers Unlimited”
2RU: Loveland “By Request” (BB)
3RU: Whiteland “Rhythm Masters”
4RU: Ross “Legacy”


Ijustlovesinging on Feb 25, 2019, 3:45 PM
Post #50
This is not right

shaylerneal on Mar 1, 2019, 1:47 PM
Post #58
Well, it's a prediction. It is an opinion.

Häakon on Mar 17, 2019, 5:35 AM
Post #112
It was also awfully close.


Johnathon on Mar 17, 2019, 12:13 AM
Post #102
is the finals order indicative of daytime placements?

casual.kyle on Mar 17, 2019, 12:30 AM (Edited)
Post #103
Yep, overall daytime placements are

1st Burbank
2nd Loveland
3rd Marysville
4th Whiteland
5th Ross
6th Grove City
7th Olentangy
8th Homestead
9th Manchester

UPDATE: this might not be true, I’ve been told from one person that 8th was Manchester and 9th was Homestead, but another person told me the opposite so I’m not sure which is right.


petersings26 on Mar 17, 2019, 5:12 AM
Post #110
8th: Manchester
9th: Homestead

casual.kyle on Mar 17, 2019, 5:03 AM
Post #109
Small mixed:
GC: Matoaca (BV) (BC)
1 RU: Milton Union
2 RU: Bishop Dwenger
3 RU: Voyager
4 RU: Norwood

Häakon on Mar 17, 2019, 4:42 AM
Post #108
Final results posted.

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