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 Show Choir Community > Events > 2011 Season > Fairfield Crystal Classic 2011


Event Info


March 5th, 2011

Venue Info

Fairfield High School
8800 Holden Blvd.
Fairfield, OH 45014

Phone: (513) 942-2999

Event Details

No. of Attending Choirs:

  18 Mixed Groups
  3 Womens Groups
  3 Middle School Groups

Hosts:

  Fairfield Senior "Choraliers"
  Fairfield Senior "Pure Elegance"
  Fairfield "Rhythm Express"

Judges:

  E. Lynn Knoble (Ladies & Jr. High)
  Semonne Strawbridge (Ladies & Jr. High/Finals)
  Myra Crosby (Ladies & Jr. High)
  Ron Hellems (Mixed)
  Brandon Dean (Mixed)
  Ryan Heinrich (Mixed)
  Mike Crandall (Mixed)

Ticket Prices:

Prelims:
$10 Adults
$8 Seniors and Children

Finals:
$12 Adults
$10 Seniors and Children

Day Pass:
$18 All-Day

Programs
$5

Map



Fairfield Crystal Classic 2011









Awards
Photos
TBA
Live Stream
Event Site


 Finals
 

Groups

 In Sync
 Burbank High School
Grand Champion 
Best Vocals 
Best Choreography 
Best Set 
Best Costumes 
People's Choice 

 Swingers Unlimited
 Marysville High School
First Runner Up 
Best Band 

 First Edition
 Findlay High School
Second Runner Up 
Best Tech Crew 
Best Male Vocalist (Brady Miller) 

 Encore Entertainment Company
 Medina High School
3rd Runner Up 

 Ovations
 Opelika High School
4th Runner Up 

 Keynotes
 Olentangy High School
5th Runner Up 


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

Groups

 Keynotes
 Olentangy High School
First Place 

 Opening Knight
 South Dearborn High School
Second Place 

 Expressions

 Portsmouth High School
No Placement 

 Melodic Impact

 Beech High School
No Placement 

 Center Stage

 Milton-Union High School
No Placement 

 Varsity Singers

 Ada High School
No Placement 

 Noteables

 North Union High School
No Placement 

 Visions

 Buckeye Valley High School
No Placement 


 Womens Division
 

Groups

 Impressions
 Burbank High School
First Place 
Best Vocals 
Best Choreography 

 Impressions
 Opelika High School
Second Place 

 Fascinating Rhythm
 Hamilton High School
Third Place 


 Middle School Division
 

Groups in order of placement

 Mini Warehouse
 Edgewood Junior High School
First Place 
Best Vocals 
Best Choreography 
Best Costumes 

 Center Stage
 Edgewood Junior High School
Second Place 

 Cutting Edge
 Hamilton Middle School
Third Place 


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Baxter on May 3, 2011, 4:57 PM
Post #188
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CONGRATS to the CRYSTAL CLASSIC

Named the 2011 Aspire Award Winner for the Best Regional Competition in the Nation. Finalists were So-Cal, Totino-Grace, and Fairfield.

Great job FAIRFIELD!!!


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grandmother on Mar 15, 2011, 5:15 PM (Edited by grandmother)
Post #187
 


QUOTE (Last Chaos @ Mar 13 2011, 01:36 AM) *

I've been watching this finals DVD a lot and I must say I ABSOLUTELY LOVE the soprano soloist in the trio in Burbanks show she is AMAZING. That is all



Her name is Ellen Marlow. She has a few You Tube videos you should listen to.




giovannile07 on Mar 13, 2011, 6:33 PM
Post #186
 


QUOTE (Mr. Show Choir @ Mar 13 2011, 06:22 PM) *


I completely agree! I feel like she should have solos through the whole show just like the rain man does haha.


Haha you mean Kentucky. xD That's his name.




Mr. Show Choir on Mar 13, 2011, 6:22 PM
Post #185
+2


QUOTE (Last Chaos @ Mar 13 2011, 01:36 AM) *

I've been watching this finals DVD a lot and I must say I ABSOLUTELY LOVE the soprano soloist in the trio in Burbanks show she is AMAZING. That is all



I completely agree! I feel like she should have solos through the whole show just like the rain man does haha.




Last Chaos on Mar 13, 2011, 1:36 AM
Post #184
+6
I've been watching this finals DVD a lot and I must say I ABSOLUTELY LOVE the soprano soloist in the trio in Burbanks show she is AMAZING. That is all



Last Chaos on Mar 12, 2011, 3:53 PM
Post #183
+1


QUOTE (tater2013 @ Mar 12 2011, 01:59 AM) *



We were told there was a 10 point difference.



I second this notion




tjgolden27 on Mar 12, 2011, 1:59 AM
Post #182
 


QUOTE (sportsfreakshow99 @ Mar 09 2011, 12:18 AM) *

How close were Marysville and Findlay in the scoring?




We were told there was a 10 point difference.




Mr. Show Choir on Mar 11, 2011, 4:21 AM
Post #181
 
I'm not sure about the top half of the placements, but I know Olentangy was .3 behind Opelika, who was like around 1.something behind Medina, who was about 2.something behind Findlay. All scores were VERY close. And Idk how many exactly, but I think Findlay was pretty close to Marysville too.



Natalee0495 on Mar 11, 2011, 3:36 AM
Post #180
 
I loved Burbank!!! Their whole show concept was crazy and intense. But, personally, Olentangy should not have gotten 5 runner up! Olentangy did amazing and I absolutley can't wait to see more of them. I also thought it was funny that Marysville got First Runner up, and Olentangy beat them at Grove City. I can't choose between the two who i like better!



su4eva on Mar 11, 2011, 2:45 AM
Post #179
 


QUOTE (sportsfreakshow99 @ Mar 09 2011, 12:18 AM) *

How close were Marysville and Findlay in the scoring?


I'm not 100% cause the scoring was different but I don't think Marysville was too too far off.


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dpkolus on Mar 10, 2011, 7:56 AM
Post #178
+3
I'm one of 2 tech dads who drove Burbank's truck the 2200 miles to Ohio. This was my first out-of-state competition, and I cannot imagine a host school could be any more gracious and welcoming than Fairfield was to our choirs and tech crew. I think you guys are the gold standard for how a choir competition should be run. In Sync's set requires a fair amount of backstage tech this year, and our performance in Fairfield was the first time we've run our entire show. To Kenny Bob and the fantastic Fairfield Dads Stage Crew: thank you so much for your patience as we worked out last minute tech issues and for your willingness to help wherever needed. We truly felt like you had us covered if we needed any extra help. Your lighting and sound guys were all top notch, and really went the extra mile to make sure our kids looked and sounded their best.

And to all the other tech crews and choirs we met in Fairfield, thank you for making us feel welcome in your home when we were so far from ours. We hope you'll come see us in CA so we can return the favor.


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sportsfreakshow99 on Mar 9, 2011, 12:18 AM
Post #177
 
How close were Marysville and Findlay in the scoring?



MichaelK on Mar 8, 2011, 12:20 AM
Post #176
+2
that was such an amazing trip, thank you Ohio and Fairfield for such an awesome time



easily aMUSEd on Mar 7, 2011, 11:56 PM
Post #175
 
thank you fairfield peeps for being such awesome hosts!



Kingtut271 on Mar 7, 2011, 5:08 PM
Post #174
 
*things. Damn you iPhone.



Kingtut271 on Mar 7, 2011, 5:04 PM
Post #173
 


QUOTE (Enollio191 @ Mar 07 2011, 12:37 AM) *


Truthfully, it was much more understandable, for me, than last years and I was able to follow the story very easily. So kudos to y'all on that end. What I got from it was that the Rainmaker came and people didn't really believe in him and obviously attempt to get rid of him, so obviously he has to perform his mystical illusions to get the "Gunslingers" to accept or believe that he's real. Then after some difficulty and resistance they all accept him and it begins to rain (my favorite part!) and the townspeople understand that it's not just one person that can "make it rain" but the entire community coming together and believing that it can. Am I in the ballpark?

Also, my name is Eric Noll by the way, it was awesome meeting and talking with Jeremy Alfera, my fellow U. Singers alumus Damon Brown, Terry Hudson, Randy Sage, and of course Jeff and Kelly! Brett Caroll, I wish I could have spoken to you as a future music educator (me) to a brilliant, well-established music educator (you), but unfortunately I could not find you.

Rian Whitman... you are a loser for not coming!



Wow. You pretty much nailed it perfectly. Hahahahaha. Props to you. More thugs will become clear as the year goes on. another thing to add is that all that wacky carnival suff, is the rain makers carnival and in that instance, the audience becomes the town people again. But your explanation was pretty spot on =] nice




Jorge on Mar 7, 2011, 4:31 AM
Post #172
+1


QUOTE (Enollio191 @ Mar 07 2011, 12:40 AM) *


and destroying whatever sense of community was developed at the competition.



I wish more people would look at it this way... major props to you!

Congrats to Burbank!

I can't even imagine how awesome this competition was- I've been so lucky to have experiences watching and interacting with all top three groups on and off the stage in the last few years- You couldn't gather a bunch of classier kids!




Ridiculance on Mar 7, 2011, 4:23 AM
Post #171
+1
Sickkkkk. Congrats 271.
I know you Rocked Ohio!


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Enollio191 on Mar 7, 2011, 12:40 AM (Edited by Enollio191)
Post #170
+14


QUOTE (evaekvall143 @ Mar 06 2011, 09:41 PM) *

this made me LOL, a tweet from a student at one of the schools Burbank competed against:


I wish i lived in california so I can be in Burbanks show choir....Oh yeah and that I was RICH enough to be in burbanks show choir.lol
about 5 hours ago via web



also , did i hear this right, burbank girls were called sluts and whores by other groups?



There is no point to be posting this and trying to incite needless drama. Regardless if you were the one who posted it on Twitter, by posting it here, you are doing nothing but making yourself and your affiliation look bad and destroying whatever sense of community was developed at the competition.


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Enollio191 on Mar 7, 2011, 12:37 AM
Post #169
+3


QUOTE (Kingtut271 @ Mar 06 2011, 08:22 AM) *

We had an AMAZING time today. Thank you to everyone who made this trip so enjoyable. We were truly thankful for our amazing Fairfield hosts. To help to add a tiiny bit to peoples understanding of the show, it's set in the dustbowl, something a lot of people told me they didn't pick up on after XD but all the groups did great today. Thank you once again. BHS loved their trip to Ohio =]



Truthfully, it was much more understandable, for me, than last years and I was able to follow the story very easily. So kudos to y'all on that end. What I got from it was that the Rainmaker came and people didn't really believe in him and obviously attempt to get rid of him, so obviously he has to perform his mystical illusions to get the "Gunslingers" to accept or believe that he's real. Then after some difficulty and resistance they all accept him and it begins to rain (my favorite part!) and the townspeople understand that it's not just one person that can "make it rain" but the entire community coming together and believing that it can. Am I in the ballpark?

Also, my name is Eric Noll by the way, it was awesome meeting and talking with Jeremy Alfera, my fellow U. Singers alumus Damon Brown, Terry Hudson, Randy Sage, and of course Jeff and Kelly! Brett Caroll, I wish I could have spoken to you as a future music educator (me) to a brilliant, well-established music educator (you), but unfortunately I could not find you.

Rian Whitman... you are a loser for not coming!



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