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 Show Choir Community > Events > 2013 Season > Tallassee Capitol City Classic 2013


Event Info


January 26th, 2013
  7:30am

Venue Info

Montgomery Performing Arts Centre
201 Tallapoosa Street
Montgomery, AL 36104

Phone: (334) 481-5100

Event Details

No. of Attending Choirs:

  15 Mixed Groups
  8 Womens Groups
  4 Middle School Groups

Hosts:

  Tallassee "Voltage"
  Tallassee "Divas"

Judges: Unknown

Ticket Prices:

Prelims
$10.00

Finals
$5.00

Map



Tallassee Capitol City Classic 2013









Awards
Photos
TBA
Live Stream
Event Site


 Finals
 

Groups in order of placement

 CenterStage!
 Albertville High School
Grand Champion 
Best Vocals 
Best Choreography 
Best Show Design 

 Varsity Singers
 Auburn High School
First Runner Up 

 Encores
 Enterprise High School
Second Runner Up 

 Ovations
 Opelika High School
3rd Runner Up 

 Con Brio
 Oak Mountain High School
4th Runner Up 
Best Band 


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

Groups

 8th Street Singing Company
 Tift County High School
First Place 
Best Choreography 
Best Show Design 

 Show Choir
 Pelham High School
Second Place 
Best Vocals 

 Showstoppers
 Pell City High School
Third Place 

 Spotlight
 Prattville High School
4th Place 

 Rhapsody in Blue
 Spain Park High School
5th Place 

 Sound FX

 St. James School
No Placement 

 Powerhouse

 Marianna High School
No Placement 

 Radica

 Briarwood Christian School
No Placement 


 Womens Division
 

Groups

 Elan
 Auburn High School
First Place 
Best Choreography 
Best Show Design 

 Chanter
 Oak Mountain High School
Second Place 
Best Vocals 

 Esprit
 Enterprise High School
Third Place 

 Impressions
 Opelika High School
4th Place 

 Sweet Sensations

 Marianna High School
No Placement 

 Higher Glory

 Lee Scott Academy
No Placement 

 Ladies Choice

 Tift County High School
No Placement 


 Open Division
 

 Tomahawks
 Wetumpka High School


 Middle School Division
 

Groups in order of placement

 Jazz
 Auburn Junior High School
First Place 
Best Vocals 
Best Choreography 

 One Voice
 Eighth Street Middle School
Second Place 

 Imaginations
 Opelika Middle School
Third Place 

 Corazon
 Oak Mountain High School
4th Place 

 Patriot Singers
 Homewood Middle School
5th Place 


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ovationsdc on Jan 31, 2013, 8:09 PM
Post #93
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QUOTE (buddy @ Jan 27 2013, 04:41 AM) *

Thanks to the person who was trying to get the girls results up but as I can see it is still all about the mixed groups. congrats to all the groups!


I feel the same way about the Jr. High/middle school division. haha




CompanyDad on Jan 31, 2013, 6:24 AM
Post #92
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Good Luck to ALL for the rest of the show choir season.



Scotty on Jan 31, 2013, 6:13 AM (Edited by Scotty)
Post #91
 


QUOTE (john.sc @ Jan 31 2013, 12:07 AM) *

Random question: Was Albertville eligable for best band?


I don't believe that we were. We have three or four adults in our band.


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john.sc on Jan 31, 2013, 12:07 AM
Post #90
 
Random question: Was Albertville eligable for best band?

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showchoirhasbeen on Jan 31, 2013, 12:02 AM
Post #89
+1
Does anybody happen to know who the judges were? Thanks!



wj_imagination on Jan 30, 2013, 6:43 PM
Post #88
+1
Anyway's back to the topic at hand....
(even though my ideas are probably frowned upon because I was born and raised in MS)
I am very excited about this competition season. Did anyone get to attend Tallassee? I remember when I was in Elementary/JR High I really enjoyed watching Pell City and Spain Park. I realize they both didn't place as high as they probably wanted to; however, did anyone see them? How were they?




andybearden on Jan 30, 2013, 5:59 PM
Post #87
 


QUOTE (CompanyDad @ Jan 30 2013, 04:58 PM) *

I have NEVER gotten on here and talked bad about anyone for any reason whether I like their show or not! Everyone has their own style and every director has their own way of doing things. But I do resent the remark that we are all. "Backwoods and ignorant!"





You read wrong. I said most are backward and ignorant. If you disagree with that you should probably take a look around. Especially since you live in the most backward and ignorant state in the US. I lived there for four years and just moved back to Alabama so I experienced it firsthand.




CompanyDad on Jan 30, 2013, 4:58 PM
Post #86
+2
I have NEVER gotten on here and talked bad about anyone for any reason whether I like their show or not! Everyone has their own style and every director has their own way of doing things. But I do resent the remark that we are all. "Backwoods and ignorant!"



andybearden on Jan 30, 2013, 5:13 AM
Post #85
 


QUOTE (Scotty @ Jan 28 2013, 08:09 PM) *

I'm going to go ahead and apologize for this. I've tried to preach to the community as a whole that bashing is not the way to handle situations, but it looks as if my message has not reached our former students.





I don't need you apologizing for anything that I said. The truth hurts! And don't message me. If you need to say something, say it in the public forum!




andybearden on Jan 30, 2013, 5:03 AM
Post #84
 


QUOTE (CSdude1 @ Jan 29 2013, 01:04 PM) *


It's only Andy that feels that way, not the rest of Albertville (current or former members).





Excuse me? What in the world are you even talking about? I suggest you keep my name out of your comments! And as for the sympathy card... I don't even know what that means. I'm not trying to get sympathy for myself or anyone else!




CSdude1 on Jan 29, 2013, 1:04 PM
Post #83
 


QUOTE (ovationsdc2 @ Jan 28 2013, 12:01 PM) *


I've always loved Albertville's shows and as a 'generalization' so have most judges. With that being said, you folks really need to stop playing the sympathy card.



It's only Andy that feels that way, not the rest of Albertville (current or former members).




Jeff. on Jan 29, 2013, 7:40 AM
Post #82
 


QUOTE (Rj @ Jan 29 2013, 03:57 AM) *


I clearly misunderstood what you were saying and I apologize for that. I just rent to get a little defensive when people criticize the south (which most have a pretty good reason haha). Yes I admit that when I claimed why people hated them, I referred to the limited number of people I talked to as "everyone." That was also my fault. So I apologize for this all


No worries.




Rj on Jan 29, 2013, 3:57 AM
Post #81
+2


QUOTE (jdL. @ Jan 28 2013, 04:56 AM) *

I bolded the two specific parts of your post that I wanted to respond to. You claiming that "People are not hating Albertville for being different, they're hating them for going over the top and crossing a line" is a generalization in and of itself. So while you're wrongfully criticizing me for generalizations, I would just like to point out that you made one as well. There is no way possible that you can speak for everyone when you say people don't hate them for being different. That's what generalizing is. And I would say you're wholeheartedly wrong when you say that "People are not hating them for being different" ... that is the exact reason that some Southern folks dislike Albertville. Did you see the previous posts about "#GoHome" tweets? None of those three tweets mentioned anything about "going over the top" or "crossing the line". Those tweets (from the second page of this topic) specifically dislike Albertville's style which is another way of saying this student disliked Albertville for being different. So that's why you're wrong when you say that first bold part.

Secondly, I didn't claim that the South was ignorant so I never made that "over generalization" which is in your opinion "a stereotype and is actually offensive". A fellow Southerner made the comment about the South being ignorant and that's his right to have that opinion. And I think it's more telling that a person from the South is saying that about the South as opposed to someone from a different region, like me. What I actually did say was this: "It just, in a way and I don't mean it to sound offensive, shows how sheltered the Southern region is in regard to show choir". So as you can see from my post, I wasn't making "over generalizations" about the entire South as you claimed. I was saying that in a way the Southern region (including students, schools, towns, etc.) is sheltered in regard to show choir. Not in regard to life or knowledge or sheltered about anything other than what I already said: show choir. And I specifically and intentionally said "in a way" which in my opinion means some but not all. For example, you said you have seen other types of show choirs, however, clearly the girl who was maliciously tweeting about Albertville had never seen anything other than classic show choir. A further reason why I said the Southern region is in some ways sheltered in regard to show choir is because it is such an isolated region. Very rarely do non-Southern groups attend Southern competitions. You will see it once in a while with Wheaton-Warrenville South and Twinsburg, for example, but California choirs and the majority of Midwest choirs do not compete in the South. And the heavy majority of Southern choirs solely compete in the South, which financially makes sense. It's pretty rare that a Southern group competes in the West or Midwest, but again, rare not impossible. I believe Homewood is competing at Los Al this year and sometimes a group or two will compete in the Midwest. With that said, it's clear that my point that Southern choirs are in a way sheltered to just their region is not actually an over generalization at all.

I have not seen Albertville's show this year and won't until it's put online, so I cannot speak to the appropriateness of their show; however, I have seen videos of their shows from the past several years and I don't think that any of those shows have been inappropriate to the point that children, parents, etc. would be upset. After all, children cry a lot, especially when there are loud noises (i.e. car horns, sirens, and, you know, a choir singing loud with passion). I don't know Mr. Rains, but I imagine he has a great deal of integrity. I don't think any director would knowingly put on any performance that is inappropriate.

Those are my thoughts and it's not at all personal. I just wanted to respond to your post, because I personally think your first bold statement is misguided (as evidence by the tweets among countless other examples) and clarify the second bold statement where you incorrectly said I called the South "ignorant".



I clearly misunderstood what you were saying and I apologize for that. I just rent to get a little defensive when people criticize the south (which most have a pretty good reason haha). Yes I admit that when I claimed why people hated them, I referred to the limited number of people I talked to as "everyone." That was also my fault. So I apologize for this all


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buddy on Jan 29, 2013, 12:28 AM
Post #80
 
No I do not have anyone at the school my youngest daughter attends a different school. I am not upset about it not being posted fast but the coed groups get posted as soon as results are out. All I wish is the same respect for the other choirs that the coed groups get. And I am sure there are others who wish the same so that is why I am speaking out. Thanks for results and good luck to all the choirs at their next competition.

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ohsshowchoir on Jan 28, 2013, 10:13 PM
Post #79
 
A Small Groups

GC: Briarwood (BV)
1RU: Lee Scott Academy (BC)
2RU:St James
3RU: Marianna

Lee Scott and Briarwood tied for Show Design but I think the award went to Lee Scott if I'm not mistaken.

AA Small Groups
GC: Tift County (BC) (Best Show Design)
1RU: Pelham (BV)
2RU: Pell City
3RU: Prattville
4RU: Spain Park




Scotty on Jan 28, 2013, 10:08 PM
Post #78
 


QUOTE (ohsshow choir @ Jan 28 2013, 10:02 PM) *

Women's Results

GC: Auburn Élan
1RU: Oak Mountain Chanter
2RU: Enterprise Esprit
3RU: Opelika Impressions

Captions (not positive but pretty sure)

BV: Oak Mountain
BC: Auburn
Best Show Design: Auburn

Hope this helps the chaos.


Women's Division results have been updated! Thank you so much for your help!


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ohsshowchoir on Jan 28, 2013, 10:06 PM
Post #77
 
Middle School Results

GC: Auburn Junior High (won all captions)
1RU: Tiff County
2RU: Opelika
3RU: Oak Mountain Girls Group
4RU: Homewood


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ohsshowchoir on Jan 28, 2013, 10:02 PM
Post #76
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Women's Results

GC: Auburn Élan
1RU: Oak Mountain Chanter
2RU: Enterprise Esprit
3RU: Opelika Impressions

Captions (not positive but pretty sure)

BV: Oak Mountain
BC: Auburn
Best Show Design: Auburn

Hope this helps the chaos.




Häakon on Jan 28, 2013, 9:15 PM
Post #75
+3
Hi Peggy,

I understand you're feeling frustrated that the women's results aren't posted yet for this competition. Contrary to popular belief, we aren't plugged into some massive central supercomputer that just spits out the results as they happen; we rely on gathering as much data as we can from contributors here and around social media to fill in what's missing. For whatever reason, students in the mixed groups participate on SCC in greater numbers than those in womens groups do, and as such, we don't get as many submissions from the other divisions. Believe me, I would love to have results for every division in every competition added the instant they are given out - and if we had just one person at every competition texting/emailing/calling/tweeting us information, that actually could be a reality. But until that happens, we need support from the community to make it work.

May I ask, were you at this competition? If your daughter is a graduate, do you have a contact at the school that could tell you the placements? Instead of continuing to be upset that the results aren't posted yet, if you could obtain them and put them in a post we could get them up to date immediately - and then your problem will be solved! Please understand that on any given weekend there are a dozen different events happening all over the country and we do our best to round up the data and provide it for you. But SCC crew members come from all over the country - I personally live in California, for example - and I assure you that you are much more connected to this competition than I am. Help us help you is what I am saying. Together we can continue to make this a wonderful resource for all things show choir. Thanks.


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buddy on Jan 28, 2013, 8:24 PM
Post #74
 


QUOTE (Rian @ Jan 28 2013, 04:53 PM) *


Wrong you are! My two, almost three year old did/has done perfectly fine at competitions. She lasted all through Marysville finals (from 7-midnight), yes I'm admitting I had my two year old up at midnight. She's lasted throughout all day competitions, and isn't loud. Of course, I know of a couple kids who get ADD during competitions, but alot of kids I've seen in competitions aren't loud, obnoxious, or cause any sort of problems.


I took my 4 year to all the choir contest when her sister was in them and I never had any problems So yes kids should be able to go and there was one choir that scared her a little so we did get up and walk out and yes they did let us out. after that anytime we would see that choir at a competition we would stay out in the lobby.



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