Symphonic Wind Ensemble to perform Nov. 19

The Ripon College Symphonic Wind Ensemble will perform at 3:15 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 19. The concert will be in Demmer Recital Hall, C.J. Rodman Center for the Arts. Professor of Music Kurt Dietrich is the conductor.

The program will feature H. Owen Reed’s band classic “La Fiesta Mexicana.” Other selections will include “Nobles of the Mystic Shrine,” a march by John Philip Sousa; and three contemporary works for band: “I Am,” by Andrew Boysen; “A Movement for Rosa,” honoring civil rights heroine Rosa Parks, by Mark Camphouse; and “Sheltering Sky,” by John Mackey.

Members of the ensemble include:

  • Flute: Tori Braun, Sierra Elsbury, Julia Goeks, Isabella Mraz, Allison Pieper, piccolo, and Mackenzie Skumatz
  • Oboe: Courtney Olson
  • Bassoon: Rylie Morris
  • Clarinet: Janet Breza, Morgan Hoffmann, Emilee Hughes, Kate Myszewski, Susan Sheppard, Julie Waldvogel-Leitner, Ben Wozniczka
  • Bass clarinet: Emma Lemke, Alyssa Paulsen>/li>
  • Alto saxophone: Morgan Devine, Ellen Hughes, Melissa Micale, Alexandra Molinski
  • Tenor saxophone: Jessica Miles, Gabriella Mraz, Thomas Popies
  • Baritone saxophone: Cristopher Magana
  • Trumpet: Robert Booty, Ben Ermatinger, Efrain Garza, Dennis Jaeger, Katherine King, Joshua Schubring
  • Horn: Rebecca Brunstad, Claire Koehler, Megan Pieper, Jonathan Simpson
  • Trombone: Becky Bajt, Sam Foss, James Saager, Wyatt Thomas, Trish Walheim, Eric Westberg
  • Euphonium: Becky Bajt, Adam Wronski
  • Tuba: Brittny Brown, Thomas Farvour, Nick Tonn
  • String bass: Missy Nygard
  • Harp: Becky Bajt
  • Piano: Maria Dietrich
  • Percussion: Luke Dretske, Forrest Grade, Mackenzie Dibelius, Thomas Reed, Allison Schloer, Gunnar Winchell

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