Symphonic Wind Ensemble to Perform Nov. 23

The Ripon College Symphonic Wind Ensemble, under the direction of Professor Kurt Dietrich, will present its fall concert at 3:15 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 23, in Demmer Recital Hall, C.J. Rodman Center for the Arts, on the campus. Kurt Dietrich, professor of music and Barbara Badlwin De Frees Chair in the Performing Arts, is the conductor.

HIghlighted on the program will be two major works, Gustav Holst’s Second Suite in F and Mark Camphouse’s Symphonic Prelude (“The Cemetery at Colleville-sur-Mer”). The Holst suite, written in 1922, is one of the most beloved works in band repertoire. Contemporary American composer Camphouse wrote his piece after visiting the cemetery in France where many of the casualties from the D-Day invasion are buried.

That work will be followed on the program with a movement from Gabriel Fauré’s “Requiem.” Shorter works on the program includes compositions by Leo Delibes, William Latham, Frank Erickson, Alfred Reed, Leonard Bernstein and Henry Fillmore.

Members of the ensemble are:

Flute: Zach Conners ’15 of Hollandale, Wisconsin; Veronica DeLisle ’17 of Shrewsbury, Massachusetts; Sierra Elsbury ’18 of Adell, Wisconsin; Naomi Ferrel ’17 of Columbus, Wisconsin; Mariah Fischer ’18 of Appleton, Wisconsin; Julia Mutchie ’18 of Waukesha, Wisconsin; Lizzie Peters ’16 of Appleton, Wisconsin.

Oboe: Anna “Noah” Debruyn ’17 of Green Bay, Wisconsin; Courtney Olson ’18 of New London, Wisconsin.

Bassoon: Gabrielle Goral ’18 of Beaver Dam, Wisconsin.

Clarienet: Janet Breza of Berlin, Wisconsin; Lillian Lenk ’18 of Amery, Wisconsin; Sophia Marchiando ’17 of Onalaska, Wisconsin; AndreAnna Reed ’18 of Niagara, Wisconsin; Al Snyder ’15 of Rochester, Minnesota; Julie Waldvogel-Leitner ’02 of Ripon, Wisconsin; Ben Wozniczka ’18 of New London, Wisconsin.

Bass clarinet: Alyssa Paulsen ’10 of Ripon, Wisconsin.

Alto saxophone: Alexandra Patza ’15 of Shiocton, Wisconsin; Jacob Tazelaar ’17 of Sun Prairie, Wisconsin.

Tenor saxophone: Brenna Montgomery ’17 of Sheboygan Falls, Wisconsin.

Baritone saxophone: Mitchell Eithun ’17 of New London, Wisconsin.

Trumpet: Robert Booty of Oshkosh, Wisconsin; Ben Ermatinger ’18 of Ripon, Wisconsin; David Garcia, Ripon, Wisconsin; Efrain Garza ’18 of Denmark, Wisconsin; AmySue Greiff ’18 of Danbury, Wisconsin; Steven Lanphier ’17 of Waterloo, Wisconsin; Angela Pamperin ’17 of West Bend, Wisconsin; Megan Pieper ’18 of Eagle, Wisconsin; Joshua Schubring ’18 of Franklin, Wisconsin; Cordell Walker ’18 of Green Lake, Wisconsin.

Horn: Caroline Kordes ’15 of Marengo, Illinois; Andrew Schulz ’06 of Shawano, Wisconsin; Karlyn Schumacher ’15 of River Falls, Wisconsin.

Trombone: Jeremiah Hargis ’15 of Elgin, Illinois; Lucas Henningsen ’15 of Rice Lake, Wisconsin;
Mike Lainberger ’15 of Markesan, Wisconsin; Sam Olson, Berlin, Wisconsin; Trish Walheim, Ripon, Wisconsin.

Euphonium: Peter Crowell ’15 of Chicago, Illinois.

Tuba: Thomas Farvour, Ripon, Wisconsin; Austin Krenz, Berlin, Wisconsin.

String bass: Bruce King ’15 of Wauwatosa, Wisconsin.

Percussion: Christian Calkins ’17 of Gloucester, Virginia; Jim Davis, Green Lake, Wisconsin; Adam Hardt, Appleton, Wisconsin; JaneMarie Erickson ’16 of Redgranite, Wisconsin; Ben Paulson ’15 of Ripon, Wisconsin; Quincy Radloff ’17 of Waterloo, Wisconsin.


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