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Lower Dauphin musicians head to county band festival

Posted 1/30/18

Lower Dauphin band will be well-represented at the annual Dauphin County Music Educators Band Festival on Saturday, Feb. 3, at Bishop McDevitt High School.

Performing in the Senior High Honors …

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Lower Dauphin musicians head to county band festival

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Lower Dauphin band will be well-represented at the annual Dauphin County Music Educators Band Festival on Saturday, Feb. 3, at Bishop McDevitt High School.

Performing in the Senior High Honors Band are Clare Raser, clarinet; Micah Nye and Dan Little, tenor saxophone; William Monuteaux and Ethan Elicker, trumpet; Hayden Tierney, mallet percussion; Abbie Natkin, oboe; Ian Bruce, trombone; and Christian Gingrich and Ryan Pumo, string bass.

The Junior High Band will feature ninth-graders Tristan McQuiddy and Kayla Pedersen, clarinet; and Dan Kreiss, mallet percussion. Also performing will be seventh- and eighth-graders Jack Wolfe and Andrew Good, clarinet; Joe Frank, Toby Waters and Arun Gopinath, also saxophone; Logan Devine, tuba; and Emma and Alexandra Raser, percussion.

The Elementary Band will feature sixth-graders Eli Mackey, trombone; Drake Risser, tuba; Max Ford, keyboard percussion and Grace Peterson, clarinet. Also performing in this ensemble will be Lower Dauphin fifth-graders from all five elementary schools. They include, from Conewago Elementary School, Megan Bomgardner, flute; Kellen Taggart, saxophone; and Korryn Timler, baritone; from East Hanover Elementary School, Ashley Economopoulos, Robert Reza and Kaleb Green, trumpet; Ashley Jilek, clarinet; Laney Johns, French horn; Skylynn Phillippy, percussion; and Adam Little, saxophone; from Londonderry Elementary School, Sammie Gallick, trombone; from Nye Elementary School, Max Cherny and Ellie DeHart, trombone; and Aaron Espenshade, Julia Goss, and Brenna Killian, clarinet; and from South Hanover Elementary School, Carter McQuiddy, Ava Conrad, and Jacob Walsh, trumpet; Ezra Billy, Sam Buggy, Grayson Kunkel, and Addison Misiolek, clarinet; and Dylan Kreiss, percussion.