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The Dublin Festival of Brass is held in March every year. It hosts British-style brass bands from across the Midwest, USA, and beyond. The competition requires bands perform a march, slow melody, and major work. In addition to band performances, there are also some brief solo and ensemble performances.
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Band Results: James Gourlay, and Rachel Hockenberry, adjudicators
Band, Conductor (March + Slow Melody + Major Work) = Total

1. Oakland University, Kroesche (25+25+50+25+25+50) = 200
2. Dublin Silver, Jameson (24+24+46+20+24+48)=186
3. Arkansas Musicworks, Ratcliff (20+21+48+22+22+46) = 179*
4. St. Louis, Bell (23+23+42+24+23+44) = 179
5. Five Lakes Silver, Kandow (22+20+42+23+19+42) = 168
6. Filmore Philharmonic, Holzman (21+22+36+21+21+40) = 161
7. Chesapeake Silver Cornet, Murray Jr. (18+17+44+16+18+38) = 151
8. Cincinnati, Noworyta (16+19+34+19+20+34) = 142
9. Dublin Metro, Ballenger (17+18+38+18+16+32) = 139*
10. Crossroads, Bork (19+16+34+17+17+36) = 139
*wins tiebreaker

Best March - Oakland
Best Slow Melody - Oakland
Best Major Work - Oakland
Best “B” Section Band - Flimore Philharmonic Brass
Runner-Up “B” Section Band - Chesapeake Silver Cornet

Caption Results: Vaughn Wiester, Adjudicator
Best Soprano: Michael Baker - OUBB
Best Cornet: Matt Taton - FLSB
Best Flugel: Ben Feuerhelm - OUBB
Best Horn: George Zonders and Brian Mayer - DSB
Best Baritone: Section - DSB
Best Trombone(s): Section - OUBB
Best Euphonium: Grant Jameson - DSB
Best Basses: Oakland University BB
Best Percussion: Oakland University BB

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