Ripon Jazz Ensemble performs May 2

Adam HardtThe Ripon College Jazz Ensemble will perform at 7:30 p.m. Friday, May 2. The concert will be presented in Demmer Recital Hall, C.J. Rodman Center for the Arts, on the Ripon College campus. There is no charge for admission.

Adam Hardt, adjunct instructor of music, directs the Jazz Ensemble.

The concert will feature the following performers:

Saxophone
Michell Eithun, alto and soprano
Alex Patza, tenor
Eric Radke, baritone
Devin Seaholm, tenor
Jacob Tazelaar, alto

Trumpet
David Garcia
Angela Pamperin
Ryan Olsen
Ben Ruetten
Micayla Sprader

Trombone
Jeremiah Hargis
Lucas Henningsen
Sam Olson

Rhythm
Steve Yeomans, piano
Erik Dietrich, bass
Ollie Voegeli, bass
Austin Bourgeois, guitar
Christian Calkins, drums and percussion
Ben Paulson, drums and percussion

With

Geoff Guevara-Geer, tenor saxophone
Nay Hiet, guitar
Akash Sen, alto

Jazz Ensemble


To learn more about the Music Department at Ripon College, click here.

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