Ripon College Wind Ensemble will perform Nov. 20

The 60-piece Ripon College Symphonic Wind Ensemble, directed by Professor of Music Kurt Dietrich, will present its fall concert Nov. 20. The program will begin at 3:15 p.m. in Demmer Recital Hall, C.J. Rodman Center for the Arts, on the campus.

The program will feature significant works for band from the 20th and 21st centuries. They include Clifton Williams’ Dedicatory Overture; Gustav Holst’s First Suite in E-flat, one of the signature works of the band repertory; and Norman Dello Joio’s Fantasies on a Theme by Haydn.

The program will conclude with recent works by two of the most popular band composers working today: Eric Whitacre’s October and Frank Ticheli’s San Antonio Dances.

Members of the ensemble are:

Emily Abrath ’20, Pardeeville, Wisconsin; Haley Anderson ’19, Pine River, Wisconsin; Rebecca Bajt ’19, Mazon, Illinois; Leah Blazkovec ’18, Algoma, Wisconsin; Rebecca Brunstad ’19, Menomonie, Wisconsin; Katherine Cichon ’19, Appleton, Wisconsin; Jack Clough ’19, New Rochelle, New York; Noah Debruyn ’17, Green Bay, Wisconsin; Veronica DeLisle ’17, Shrewsbury, Massachusetts; Mitchell Eithun ’17, New London, Wisconsin; Sierra Elsbury ’18, Adell, Wisconsin; Ben Ermatinger ’18, Ripon, Wisconsin; Naomi Ferrel ’17, Columbus, Wisconsin; Sam Foss ’20, Third Lake, Illinois; Efrain Garza ’18, Denmark, Wisconsin; Forrest Grade ’20, Appleton, Wisconsin; Autumn Heath ’20, Racine, Wisconsin; Ellen Hughes ’19, Reedsville, Wisconsin; Dennis Jaeger ’20, Waupun, Wisconsin; Samantha Kiesner ’19, Kewaunee, Wisconsin; Katherine King ’19, Farmington, Minnesota; Janet Koehler ’20, Brillion, Wisconsin; Steven Lanphier ’17, Waterloo, Wisconsin; Emma Lemke ’19, Hilbert, Wisconsin; Lillian Lenk ’18, Amery, Wisconsin;

Cris Magana ’19, Lake Geneva, Wisconsin; Sophia Marchiando ’17, Woodbury, Minnesota; Amanda Marcyjanik ’19, Bloomer, Wisconsin; Melissa Micale ’19, Neenah, Wisconsin; Alexandra Molinski ’20, Oshkosh, Wisconsin; Brenna Montgomery ’17, Sheboygan Falls, Wisconsin; Dustin Morris ’20, Ripon, Wisconsin; Rylie Morris ’19, Dousman, Wisconsin; Gabriella Mraz ’20, Wind Lake, Wisconsin; Isabella Mraz ’19, Wind Lake, Wisconsin; Angela Pamperin ’16, West Bend, Wisconsin; Thomas Phillipsen ’19, Waupaca, Wisconsin; Megan Pieper ’18, Eagle, Wisconsin; Allison Reinhardt ’17, Nelson, Wisconsin; James Saager ’18, Lodi, Wisconsin; Allison Schloer ’20, Lena, Wisconsin; Josh Schubring ’18, Franklin, Wisconsin; Mackenzie Skumatz ’19 Oconomowoc, Wisconsin; Wyatt Thomas ’20, New Berlin, Wisconsin; Ben Vorpahl ’17, Portage, Wisconsin; Eric Westberg ’20, North Makota, Minnesota; Ben Wozniczka ’18, New London, Wisconsin; and Adam Wronski ’20, Red Wing, Minnesota.

Community members are: Emilee Hughes, Ripon, Wisconsin; Robert Booty, Oshkosh, Wisconsin; Janet Breza, Berlin, Wisconsin; Jim Davis, Green Lake, Wisconsin; Tom Farvour, Ripon, Wisconsin; Missy Nygaard ’08, Oshkosh, Wisconsin; Alyssa Paulsen ’10, Ripon, Wisconsin; Karlyn Schumacher ’15, Ripon, Wisconsin; Jonathan Simpson, Ripon, Wisconsin; Julie Waldvogel-Leitner ’02, Ripon, Wisconsin; and Trish Walheim, Ripon, Wisconsin.


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