Three piano medals for Heisel

Port Moody pianist Marina Heisel notched up top marks from Conservatory Canada.

Port Moody pianist Marina Heisel notched up top marks from Conservatory Canada.

The Grade 9 student at Heritage Woods secondary — who is taught by Coquitlam resident Charlene Dubrule — received three medals of excellence on Sunday for her work over the past year.

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The hardware is for: Level 6 Contemporary Idioms piano practical examination (highest mark in B.C.); Theory 1 music theory written test (mark of 100%); and Theory 2 music theory written exam (mark of 100%)

The 14-year-old teen got the medals at the Conservatory Canada British Columbia Provincial Awards ceremony and recital, held at Place des Arts in Coquitlam.

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