High School All Star Wind Ensemble

October 19, 2017

October 19, 2017

19:30 To 0:00

Stambaugh Auditorium 1000 Fifth Ave Youngstown OH 44504

http://www.stambaughauditorium.com/events/

330-259-0555

Event Description

YSU Wind Ensemble and Concert Band in Concert on Thursday, October 19, 7:30 p.m. at Stambaugh Auditorium Inaugural Mahoning/Shenango Valley High School All Star Wind Ensemble Will Also Participate with 38 Students

Almost 40 high school students from the Mahoning and Shenango Valleys will perform side by side with the YSU Wind Ensemble, Dr. Stephen Gage, conductor, at their concert on Thursday, October 19, 7:30 p.m. at Stambaugh Auditorium, 1000 Fifth Avenue, Youngstown OH. The concert will also include selections performed by the YSU Concert Band, Dr. Brandt Payne, conductor.

Tickets are available that evening and are $7 for general admission, $6 for seniors, and free for anyone with a YSU ID.

The concert, “Mexican Dances,” begins with the Concert Band repertoire which includes Pierre La Plante’s Prospect and Gustav Holst’s Second Suite in F for Military Band.

The Wind Ensemble will perform Ginestera’s Danza Final from Estrancia and H. Owen Reed’s La Fiesta Mexicana: A Short Mexican Symphony.

The combined bands –Concert Band, Wind Ensemble and High School students–will take the stage and perform Claude Debussy’s The Engulfed Cathedral arranged by Merlin Patterson and Arturo Marquez’ Danzon No. 2 (1994) arranged by Oliver Nickel.

Free and secure parking is available adjacent to Stambaugh Auditorium. More information is available by calling the Office of Community Engagement and Events at 330-941-2307. A complete calendar of events is available at www.ysu.edu.

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PARTICIPATING HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS

FLUTE

  1. Angelica Park, Girard HS
  2. Richard Park, Girard HS

Sydney Braatz, Poland Seminary HS

OBOE

  1. Kirsten Haddox, Bethel Park HS (PA)
  2. John Anzevino, Boardman HS

BASSOON

  1. Jonathan Bucholz, South Range HS
  2. Giovanni Bradshaw, Sharon HS (PA)

CLARINET

  1. Jessica Spore, Howland HS

Julia Sammartino, Howland HS

  1. Chandler Cleric, North Hills HS

Victoria Lewis, Howland HS

III.       Sophie McGee, Boardman HS

Katie Bebb, Howland HS

BASS CLARINET

Colin Davis, Howland HS

ALTO SAXOPHONE

  1. Noah Landry, Poland Seminary HS

Kathryn Kimes, Bethel Park HS (PA)

  1. Tommy Bachert, North Hills HS (PA)

HORN

  1. Greer Wardlaw, Clarion HS (PA)
  2. Gretchen Berendt, Beaver Area HS (PA)

III.       Alina Taylor, Seneca Valley HS (PA)

TRUMPET

  1. Paige Kellgren, Poland Seminary HS

Miles Spearman, Boardman HS

  1. Maria Mangine, Lowellville HS

III.       Jordan Zachary, New Castle HS (PA)

Kaitlyn Cochenour, Neshannock HS (PA)

TENOR TROMBONE

  1. Ben Walsh, Poland Seminary HS
  2. Logan Kronstain, Beaver Local HS

BASS TROMBONE

Daniel Patrick, Poland Seminary HS

EUPHONIUM

Julia Stoffiere, Avon HS

John Fitch, Lowellville HS

Danny Turrillo, Boardman HS

Johnathan Morris, Struthers HS

TUBA

Connor Remington, Bethel Park HS (PA)

Jonah Warner, New Castle HS (PA)

Bruce Deal, Bethel Park HS (PA)

PERCUSSION

Drew Scalzo, Canfield HS

Stephen Dorbish, Austintown-Fitch HS

Owen Davis, Mathews HS

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