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									                         COMING EVENTS                                               School District of Shorewood
SHS Orchestra Concert ………………………………………….………………. March 10
        Shorewood High School Auditorium       7:00 P.M.

SIS/SHS Winter Band Concert I (SHS Concert Band) ......…………………... March 17
        Shorewood High School Auditorium                          7:00 P.M.

SIS/SHS Winter Choir Concert ……………………..…….………………. …… March 18
        North Shore Presbyterian Church - Shorewood  7:00 P.M.

SIS/SHS Winter Band Concert II (SHS Wind Ensemble) …..……………….. March 19
        Shorewood High School Auditorium                       7:00 P.M.

WSMA District Solo & Ensemble Festival ………………………………..…... March 21
       Brown Deer High School                              All Day

SIS/SHS Jazz Concert (Elmhurst College Jazz Ensemble) ………..….……... March 31
         Shorewood High School Auditorium                          7:00 P.M.

District Orchestra Festival (grades 4-12) ……………………….…………..……… April 1
           Shorewood High School Arena                      7:00 P.M.

WSMA State Solo & Ensemble Festival …………………………………....……. April 25
                                                                                      Performing Arts Department
       University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee             All Day

Shorewood Memorial Day Ceremony (SHS Band) ……………………..……….. May 24
                                                                                                    Presents
        Atwater Park                                    4:00 P.M.

SHS Spring Festival of Bands ……..….…………….…….……….……….……... May 27
         Shorewood High School Auditorium              7:00 P.M.                     Winter Music Festival III
SHS Spring Orchestra Concert ………...……………….………………...……….. June 3
         Shorewood High School Auditorium             7:00 P.M.                                    Featuring
SIS/SHS Spring Choir Concert ..…………..………..……………...…….... ……... June 7
        Shorewood High School Auditorium                   3:00 P.M.                         Chamber Singers
                                                                                               Concert Choir
                           ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS                                                   Wind Ensemble
                                                                                            Symphony Orchestra
The administration, faculty, staff, and parents of Shorewood High School for their
support of the music program.

The School District of Shorewood music faculty.                                             December 18, 2008
Gary Pruett for his help during tonight’s performance.                                          7:00 P.M.
Jean Simbro for her help with the program.

Harley’s for their help with our purchase of additional tuxedos.                        Shorewood High School Auditorium
                                                                                             1701 East Capitol Drive
The students, who through their hard work and enthusiasm, made tonight possible!
                                                                                             Shorewood, Wisconsin
                          ADMINISTRATION

Blane McCann …….………………………………... Superintendent of Schools

Al Thien ………………………………………..……..…... Director of Operations

Deb Stolz ……………………...…. Recreation & Community Services Director

Matt Joynt ……………………...………………………….. High School Principal

Tim Kenney ……………………….....…….….. High School Assistant Principal

Anthony Strancke ……...…………………………Intermediate School Principal

Bill Haury ……………………………..…Intermediate School Dean of Students



                  BOARD OF EDUCATION

Ruth Treisman ……..…………..……….…………………...……..…... President

Paul Zovic ………...………….……………..……...…...….....….. Vice President

Nancy Bornstein ………..…………………...….…………..…………. Treasurer

Michael Mishlove ………...……………………………..……...………...…. Clerk

John Carlton …………..…………………….….…...………….…..……. Member


                DISTRICT MUSIC FACULTY

Walter Boyer …………………..………… Elementary General Music (Atwater)

Liisa Church ……..………..……...…... Elementary General Music (Lake Bluff)

Jason Clark …………………...….….……... Intermediate & High School Choir

Robert Hughes ……………..……..…………………………... Elementary Band

Alan Dust …….....……………………………………. Intermediate School Band

Salvatore Terrasi ……………………..…..... Intermediate & High School Band

Melissa Poll ………………………………..……….…...…Elementary Orchestra

Karen Frink ……………………..…...… Intermediate & High School Orchestra
                 NOTABLE BAND FRIENDS                                                  PROGRAM

                      Composers (Over $100)                                        Chamber Singers
Marion Spence Behling               Wendy & Steven Lambert      Make We Joy Now In This Fest………. W. Walton (1902-1983)
Lisa & Jay Blind                    Marita & Phil Gruber
Maureen & Robert Hall               Jennifer & David Sanders
Meg Holzhauer & Mike Slawnikowski                               Winter ……………………….…………… Z.R. Stroope (b. 1953)

                                                                Psallite! ……………………..……..… M Praetorius (1571-1621)
                      Whole Notes ($51-$100)

Kim & Ed Apfelbach                  Behling – Hansen Family                           Concert Choir
Joanne & Tom Dixon                  Suzanne & Mark Kohlenberg
Debbie & Jonathon Eder              Gwat Lie & Steve McMurtry
Beverly & Abe Goldberg              Elise & David Papke
                                                                Elohim Hashivenu …,,,……………… S. Rossi (c. 1570-c.1630)

                                                                Modim Anachnu Lach …………………………..….. R. Solomon
                                                                               Deme Hellwig and Eunice Paul – Soloists
                         Half Notes ($26-$50)

Kip & Steve Berg                    Megan & Mike O'Brien
                                                                Silent Devotion and Response …………. E. Bloch (1880-1959)
                                                                                        From: Sacred Service
Gretchen Miller & John Heywood      The Traudt Family
Carol & Jeff Knitter                The Weisling Family
The Lamoreaux Family                The Windau Family
                                                                Hallelujah ………………………… L. Lewandowski (1821-1894)


                      Quarter Notes ($10-$25)
                                                                               Symphony Orchestra
Anonymous                           The Perry Family
Linda Beamer & Ruven Brooks         Gina & Vali Raicu           Symphony No. 8 in G Major, Op. 88 ….... Antonin Dvorak
The Keane Family                    The Schermer Family         IV. Allegro ma non troppo


                                                                                    Wind Ensemble
              Shorewood Band Parents Association
                                                                Florentiner March ……………….…………….…..… Julius Fučik
Bill Kohl ………..…….………......………………..…………… President                                        edited by Frederick Fennell
Laura Staub ….…..………….……………...…………………. Secretary
Marita Gruber ..………………..………………………………. Treasurer                 Variations on a Theme by Haydn ………..… Johannes Brahms
Geri Berg ……..……….……………..………...……... Member at Large                                                    arr. W.J. Duthoit
Michael Carlton ………………………………...…….. Member at Large
Angela Hayes ..……….……………..……………...... Member at Large           Shepherd’s Hey ……………............… Percy Aldridge Grainger
Steven Prifogle ……….………..………………...…... Member at Large
Cindy Weisling .……….…………...…...……..……... Member at Large
                             PROGRAM NOTES
                                                                                                 CONCERT CHOIR
CHAMBER SINGERS
                                                                                                 The Jewish musical tradition is very long and distinguished. The importance of the
Every year, in December, the Chamber Singers perform several community service                   ancient melodies is profound and has inspired many composers over the millennia.
performances around the Milwaukee area. We have performed for such groups as; The                Some important Jewish composers include, Salomone Rossi, Lewis Lewandowski,
Milwaukee Protestant Home, Shorewood Arts and Crafts Fair, Shorewood Holiday Shop                Felix Mendelssohn, Gustav Mahler, Jacques Offenbach, Irving Berlin, George
Walk, Wisconsin Women Lawyers Association, the North Shore Rotary Club, Shorewood                Gershwin, Leonard Bernstein, Aaron Copland, and Ernest Bloch, just to name a few.
Women’s Club, and Shorewood Senior Center. This year, we again performed for the                 Tonight we will present four pieces by Jewish composers, in Hebrew, to honor the
Shorewood Senior Center and also at the North Point Light House in Lake Park.                    importance of their contribution to choral music.

Typically, we are requested to perform traditional Christmas and Hanukkah songs.                 Elohim Hashivenu – Salamone Rossi (c.1570-c.1630)
Although most of the literature we perform for these events is holiday themed, we also
perform other selections that more accurately showcase our talents and skills.                   Salamone Rossi, an early Renaissance composer, published Elohim Hashivenu in a
                                                                                                 collection entitled, Ha Shirma Asher Lishelomo, in 1622. This collection of exclusively
For this year’s Winter Music Festival Three we will perform three pieces. Two of them            Hebrew motets was the first of its kind for two hundred years. This piece is an ancient
fall into the holiday music category, the third is entitled Winter which has no holiday          song of praise which was chanted during the ceremony of geliah in the Italian liturgy.
connection.
                                                                                                 Modim Anachu Lach – Robbie Solomon
Make We Joy Now In This Fest - William Walton (1902-1983)
                                                                                                 This prayer of thanks is composed to an ancient melody in a contemporary style by
                                                                                                 Robbie Solomon. Solomon has worked as a cantor for over thirty years in Greater
Sir William Turner Walton was a British composer and conductor born in Oldham                    Boston, Massachusetts and has gained wide recognition as a creator of musical works
England. His early musical experience was formed by his farther who ran the local                that express the richness of the Jewish experience.
church choir. Walton’s voice was good enough so that at the age of ten he was admitted
to the choir at Christ Church in Oxford as a soprano.                                            Silent Devotion and Response – Ernest Bloch (1880-1859)

As a composer, his style is characterized by rhythmic vitality, the use of modern                Composed between 1930 and 1933, Bloch’s Oratorio, Avodath Hakodesh or Sacred
dissonance, lyrical melodic writing and brilliant orchestration. His choral composition          Service was commissioned by Gerald Warburg. Text for this work was taken from
honor the tradition of the English choral singing style, and is on par with that of his          portions of the “Morning Service for the Sabbath” from the Union Prayer Book for
contemporaries, Benjamin Britten, Ralph Vaughan Williams and Gustav Holst. This work             Jewish Worship. This excerpt is the most often performed piece from the larger
is one of many carols he composed and is a strong representation of the English carol            oratorio.
style.
                                                                                                 Halalujoh – Louis Lewandowski (1821-1824)
Winter – Z. Randall Stroope (b. 1953)
                                                                                                 In 1864, the Oranienburgerstrasse Temple was built in Berlin. The building of a
The title of this piece is deceiving. It is not, in fact, about winter in the sense of what we   temple was not unusual, however, the inclusion of an organ in the temple was.
are experiencing now. Rather, it is taken from a poem entitled The Life of Love by the           Lewandowski had previously composed many unaccompanied pieces for the
Lebanese-American writer Gibran Kahil Gibran (1883-1931). A description of this piece            synagogue. However, upon completion of the new temple, he had the opportunity to
by the composer follows:                                                                         create and entirely new service with organ accompaniment – something that had
                                                                                                 never been done before. It was in this new type of synagogue music, much of it
“Human beings often find a certain kinship with love and nature. Each has a season of            composed in the classical style, that Halalujoh was written.
newness, innocence, a season of growth and maturation, a season of reflection and
repose, and a season that embraces “sleep.” In the seasons or life of love, “winter” is a
metaphorical view of love between two people who have experienced the wealth of each             WIND ENSEMBLE
passing day in a long season of life, and now one of them is beginning to drift into a deep
and wide ocean of slumber.”                                                                      Florentiner March by Julius Fučik
                                                                                                 Julius Ernest William Fučik was born on July 18, 1872, in Prague, where he studied
Stroope is widely known as a conductor, lecturer and composer. He is presently Director          composition, at the Conservatory, with Antonin Dvořák. At age 19, he entered the
of Choral Studies at Rowan University in Glassboro, New Jersey.                                  military as a drummer and bassoonist with the 49th Austro-Hungarian Infantry
                                                                                                 Regimental Band, at Krems, and, in 1897, began his career as a military bandmaster
Psallite – Michael Praetorius (1571-1621)                                                        with the 86th Infantry Regimental Band, in Sarajevo. Fučik was a prolific composer
                                                                                                 with nearly 400 works to his credit, including operettas, chamber music, masses,
For the second year the Chamber Singers entered the 99.1 WMYX Christmas Choir                    songs, waltzes, overtures, instrumental solos, and over 100 marches. Although
Competition. This year again out of more than a hundred groups, we made the final                originally titled La Rosa di Toscana, the composer changed his salute from the entire
twelve. After the first round we ended the competition just out of the semi-finals in sixth      region of Tuscany to its capital, Florence, for political reasons.
place overall. I am very proud of our kids especially since we were the smallest school
out of the final twelve. We hope you enjoy the Renaissance holiday motet, Psallite!.
Shorewood Orchestra Booster Donors 2006-2007
                                                                                                    Shorewood Orchestra Booster Donors 2006-2007


Beethoven Club ($25 and above)                           Mozart Club ($15 and above)
Anonymous (2)                                            Nurit Applbaum                     Impresario($200 and above)                   Concertmaster ($75 and above)
The Banda Family                                         The Costello-Hall Family           Beth and Neal Berger                         Dee Emanuelson
The Booth Family                                         The Ma Family                      The Buethe Family                            Deborah Hanks
The Dashiell Family                                      Laurel Sangerman                   Lorna Young and Steve Cupery                 Julia Killan and Chris Houterman
Kristin Franco Family                                                                       The Drews Family                             The Juffer Family
Carolyn Goris                                            Bach Club ($10 and above)          Edward J. Hammond and Marcia P. Brooks       The Luteyn Family
Jim and Char Guten                                       The Amini Family                   The Jarenwattananon Family                   Cynthia and Thomas McLinn
Mark Hagen                                               The Bretzke/Alvarez Family         Tricia and Rich Larson                       William Meeker and Cheryl Orgas
The Hagstrom Family                                      The Dupuis Family                  Melissa and Eric Nelsen                      Priscilla and Tom Tolan
The Harmon Family                                        The Durgerian Family               David and Elise Papke                        James, Rosanne and Nina Weber
Dawn Gerdner Kasper and Matthew Kasper                   The Frederick Family               Craig D. Sandgren and Maria A. Terres
May and Russ Klisch                                      Tom and Maria Koester                                                           Section Player ($50 and above)
The Krieger Family                                       Cooper Lang                        Conductor ($100 and above)                   Anonymous (3)
The Lambert Family                                       The Sutherland-Silverberg Family   Anonymous (3)                                The Baka Family
The Lee Family                                           The Thomas Family                  Jill Eder; Michael, Bettny and Aidan Mazur   Ann Brummitt and David Waters
Annie Lincoln                                                                               The Eisenreich Family                        The Cooley Family
The Majeski Family                                                                          The Flood/Kushner Family                     Jonathon and Debbie Eder
The Morrison-Miller Family                               In Honor of Betsy Dupuis           The Freding Family                           The Ela Family
Tom and Becky Owen                                       Jim and Kathie Vint                Karen Frink and John Emanuelson              The Gaebler Family
Steve and Chris Petrie                                                                      The Giacobassi Family                        Cindy and Jeff Gault
Oanh Pham                                                In Memory of Ann Alvarez           Geli and Larry Golopol                       Julie and Brinn Hill
The Schnese Family                                       The Windau Family                  The Gruber Family                            The Hillard Family
The Steffen Family                                                                          Maggie Hennig and Michael Hoyng              Martha Davis Kipcak
Sheila Webb                                                                                 Timothy and Susan Kelley                     Suzanne and Mark Kohlenberg
The Werner Family                                                                           Rudolph and Karin Konrad                     Blane McCann
Mary Jo and Tom White                                                                       James, Lucia and Sam Korom                   Marina G. Nicola
                                                                                            The McCormick Family                         Debra Patterson
                                                                                            Jeff and Holly Morris                        Lisa and Tim Peterson
Thank you to all who have donated to the Shorewood Orchestra Boosters for the               David and Jennifer Sanders                   The Peterka/Linnane Family
2006-2007 school year. In addition to providing some financial support to the district      Mary Setlock, Jonathan and Lizzy Bassen      The Reed Family
orchestra program, the Shorewood Orchestra Boosters sponsor a variety of                    The Strommen Family                          Doug Stahl and Ann Windsor
enrichment opportunities for our students, including the following:                         Deb and Rick Taylor                          Mike and Chris Stello
                                                                                            Tim and Lorraine Wayman                      The Vaughan Family
Elementary Instrument Scholarship Program                                                   Jane Shero and Michael Weinert
Guest artists, conductors, and clinicians                                                   The Weisman Family
The SHS Chamber Orchestra Weekend with the MSO                                              Linda and Paul Welniak
Scholarships for students to attend music camps and honors orchestra experiences
Student travel with the SIS and SHS Orchestras
Variations on a Theme by Haydn by Johannes Brahms
Though, by the end of his long career, Johannes Brahms had successfully created
works in most musical forms, he was notoriously critical of his own work and, for many                                         SHS CHOIRS
years, avoided writing orchestral pieces, which, he believed, would compete with the                                        Jason Clark, Director
works of his idol, Ludwig von Beethoven. As a result, by 1873, he had composed only                                    Olga Volodarskaya, Accompanist
five orchestral pieces: two serenades, a piano concerto, and two choral works with
orchestra, one of which, the German Requiem, had taken him 11 years to complete. In
                                                                                             Soprano                              Alto                          Tenor
1870, his friend, C.F. Pohl, a music historian, introduced Brahms to a set of
divertimenti for winds, then attributed to Franz Joseph Haydn. (Historians now believe
                                                                                             ♪Haley Dresang             ♪Ana Busalacchi               ♪*Emily Bachhuber
the piece was actually written by Haydn's student, Ignatz Pleyel.) Brahms liked the
                                                                                             *Lisa Gasiorowski                    *Jennifer Carter             *A’je Gordan
theme of the second, called the Chorale St. Antoni, which is based on a hymn sung by
                                                                                             ♪Melida Holstein           Devin Coan                    ♪Mary Harrison
pilgrims on St. Anthony's Day, and used it as the subject of this work. The Variations
                                                                                             ♪Sophia Jonas              ♪*Grace Collins - CP          Biruk Legesse
on a Theme by Haydn, published in 1873, marked not only his first purely orchestral
                                                                                             ♪*Lauren Lanphere-VP       ♪Lydia Hartlaub               ♪*Jimmy Macken-AL
piece since the second Serenade, in 1860, but a turning point for the composer.
                                                                                             Ellie Leitner              ♪Deme Hellwig                 Charles Miller
                                                                                             ♪*Mary Martinco – CP       Molly Hopkins                 ♪Jake Sippel
Shepherd’s Hey by Percy Aldridge Grainger
                                                                                             Savanah Nicholson                    ♪Lauren Kneisel-L
As a child, the Australian-born composer studied piano with his mother and, later, with
                                                                                             Taylor Phinney             ♪Sha Li
Louis Pabst (a pupil of Anton Rubinstein) and, at age 10, began a series of recitals,
                                                                                             Quincy Rice                Tynisha Lizana                Bass
which financed his study with James Kwast, in Frankfurt, Germany, in 1894. Grainger
                                                                                             Miranda Sablica            Chelsea Miller
(1882-1961) began his career as a concert pianist, in 1900, with sensational success
                                                                                             Olivia Visor               ♪*Eunice Paul-S               ♪John Bamberg
in such widely separated places as England, Australia, and South Africa. His playing
                                                                                                                        *Courtney Stewart-L           *Jeremy Carter
so impressed Edvard Grieg, in 1906, that the composer invited him to his home in
                                                                                                                        Jordan Teske-Harrison         Courtney Epps Howard
Norway, and, in 1914, Grainger immigrated to America, where he also won acclaim for
                                                                                                                                                      ♪*Zach Freding
his playing. At the outbreak of World War I, Grainger enlisted in the army as a
                                                                                                                                                      ♪Dylan Knutson
bandsman, learning to play (and appreciate) most of the wind and percussion
                                                                                                                                                      ♪*Colin Whitney-AL
instruments – particularly the saxophone. He also taught at the Army Band School for
eight months, during which time he rescored such orchestral works as Colonial Song,
                                                                                             ♪Chamber Singers, *Section Leader; Members of the Choir Council; CP – Co-
Irish Tune from County Derry, and Shepherd’s Hey for military band. The air on which
                                                                                             President, VP-Vice President, L-Librarian, S-Secretary, AL- At Large
Shepherd’s Hey is based was collected by Cecil J. Sharpe. In some agricultural
districts, in England, teams of “Morris Men,” decked out with jingling bells and other
finery, can still be seen dancing to such traditional tunes as “Shepherd’s Hey,” played      The Choirs would like to thank Olga Volodarskaya for her unselfish hard work.
on the fiddle or the “pipe and tabor.”
                                                                                                               SHOREWOOD CHORAL BOOSTERS

                                                                                             Tom Bachhuber              Mark & Teresa Freding        Susie & Barry Kneisel
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
                                                                                             Ann Brummitt               Jim & Suzy Holstein          Pamela & Paul Miller
                                                                                             Pete & Pam Busalacchi      Mike & Mary Hopkins          José Rivera
Symphony No. 8 in G Major, Op. 88 by Antonin Dvorak                                          Mary Beth & Tim Collins    Scott & Elizabeth Jonas      Janet & Tim Ryan
             Antonin Dvorak was born the son of an innkeeper and butcher, and                Sandy & Lee Ernst                    Russell & May Klisch         David     Waters
although he was expected to follow in his father’s footsteps, music was always a very
important part of his life. He began playing the violin as a child, and was immersed in      The Shorewood Choral Boosters are still accepting members. Please contact Jason
the Bohemian musical tradition from a very young age. He eventually did pursue a             Clark at 961-3157.or JClark@shorewood.k12.wi.us to join.
career in music, and became known throughout Europe for his compositions based on
the music of his homeland. Today, he is as one of the greatest Czechoslovakian
composers.
             By the time he began to create his Symphony No. 8 in 1889, Dvorak had
achieved a substantial degree of international fame as a composer. He was
financially comfortable, was enjoying a stable family life, and was able to retreat to his
country residence for periods of reflection, creativity, and relaxation. The generally
sunny mood of this symphony reflects the contentment he must have felt at this point
in his life.
             The fourth movement begins with a trumpet fanfare, quickly transitioning to
a lovely theme first performed by the cellos. This theme is presented in a series of
variations, then followed by a minor development section which is motivically linked to
the main melody. The trumpet fanfare returns, as do additional major key variations,
concluding joyfully with a brilliant coda.
                       SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
                         Karen Frink, Director

Violin                         Viola                       Flute
Devon Cupery*#                 Mariah Harris*              Sophia Olton-Weber*+
Julie McCormick*               Ellie Herriges*             Bess Cooley#
Anais Deal-Marquez*#+          Geoffrey Bruce              Lydia Hellwig#
Britta Luteyn*#                Lauren Gault                Becca Mahn
Rachel Baka                    Madeline Kelley
Jon Bassen           Santera Michels             Clarinet
Pavlos Bousounis     Carolyn Morris              Emily Taylor*
Lizzy Boyd           Joe Windau#                 Keith Armstrong#
Sasha Byaliy
Patrick Chamberlain Cello                        Bassoon
Matt Devitt          Conner Massey*#             Ellie Sutherland*#
Casey Eisenreich               Sam Korom*#
Kristin Franco                 Laura Durgerian             Horn
Mario Giacobassi     Katy Fleischman             Andrew Erickson*
Chelsea Gilbertson   Erica Freding#+             Kirsten Melby#
Mengshuang Guo       Carl Fredlund               Molly Barnewitz
Matt Hillard         Rachel Harris
Maddy Hughes                   Helen Juffer                Trumpet
Angelica Hutchins    Michael Koester             Madeline Edgar*
Nanette Jarenwattananon        Carly McCollow              Dan Knutson
Hanna Key            Dhani Mertin-Zovic
Isabelle Koenig                Anna Pendleton              Trombone
Katja Krishok                  Hope Reynolds               Eli Brauner*#+
Roxanne Kruger                 Suzanna Sellars             Jonathan Terrasi#
Brian Lee#           Andy Tisdel                 Andrew Seidner
Caitlyn Lewis                  Ben Yela
Rory Linnane                                               Tuba
Ari Lipchik#         Bass                        Laura Meyer*#
Colleen Luba                   Nathan Thomas*
Devin Nadar                    Hannah Luteyn*              Timpani
Peter Papastamatiou Max Golopol                  Charlie Lynch*
Olivia Rice          Michael Guten
Venecia Rollins                Alex Konrad
Kirsten Sandgren#    James Larson
Lily Schultze                  Carl Peterson
Isabella Steffen
Ellie Sutherland#
Marah Sutherland#
Brian Valusek
Molly Vaughan
Becky Wayman
Lainey Webb
Nina Weber
Johana Weisman
Marilyn Welniak                *Co-Principal
Celina Zavala                  #Milwaukee Youth Symphony Orchestra
Sophia Zobacheva     +State Honors Band/Orchestra
                      WIND ENSEMBLE                                                            WIND ENSEMBLE
                   Salvatore Terrasi, Director                                              Salvatore Terrasi, Director


Piccolo                 Alto Saxophones          French Horn             Piccolo             Alto Saxophones       French Horn
Lydia Helllwig+         Chloe Staub*             Molly Barnewitz         Lydia Helllwig+     Chloe Staub*          Molly Barnewitz
Kirsten Hall            Karl Weisling            Helen Schwartz          Kirsten Hall        Karl Weisling         Helen Schwartz
                        Declan Gruber            Sophie White                                Declan Gruber         Sophie White
Flutes                  Ari Shapiro                                      Flutes              Ari Shapiro
Lydia Helllwig*+                                 Euphonium               Lydia Helllwig*+                          Euphonium
Kirsten Hall            Tenor Saxophones         Zan Song                Kirsten Hall        Tenor Saxophones      Zan Song
Mary Connolly           Joey Knutson*                                    Mary Connolly       Joey Knutson*
Gabby Champagne         Oliver Heywood           Tuba                    Gabby Champagne     Oliver Heywood        Tuba
Kate Hayes                                       Adam Schwartz*          Kate Hayes                                Adam Schwartz*
Emily Erickson          Baritone Sax                                     Emily Erickson      Baritone Sax
Meghan Gallagher        Ian Scott                Percussion              Meghan Gallagher    Ian Scott             Percussion
Jessica Dent                                     Adam Hansen*            Jessica Dent                              Adam Hansen*
                        Cornets                  Mac Gallagher                               Cornets               Mac Gallagher
Oboe                    Michael Terrasi*+        Kate Barnewitz          Oboe                Michael Terrasi*+     Kate Barnewitz
Matt Washington*        Michael Panlener         Ian Phillips            Matt Washington*    Michael Panlener      Ian Phillips
Jocelyn Piller          Tyler Johnson            Alex McMurtry           Jocelyn Piller      Tyler Johnson         Alex McMurtry
                        Adam Prifogle            James Newton                                Adam Prifogle         James Newton
B♭ Clarinets                                     Mazen Ghani             B♭ Clarinets                              Mazen Ghani
Emily Taylor*           Trumpets                 Marissa Steinhofer+     Emily Taylor*       Trumpets              Marissa Steinhofer+
Abby Kohlenberg         Arthur Staub                                     Abby Kohlenberg     Arthur Staub
Rachel Berg             Andrew Eder              Piano                   Rachel Berg         Andrew Eder           Piano
Heidi Erickson                                   Ian Phillips            Heidi Erickson                            Ian Phillips

Bass Clarinet                                                            Bass Clarinet
David Stern                                      *Section Leader         David Stern                               *Section Leader
                                                 +Band Council Officer                                             +Band Council Officer

								
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