Concert Band To Perform Final Concert Of Semester

In Linn Memorial United Methodist Church Sunday, December 2

November 20, 2018

By MAGGIE GEBHARDT / mgebhardt@centralmethodist.edu

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As Central Methodist University’s fall semester begins to wrap up and Christmas break approaches, CMU music students are also preparing to put on their final Concert Band performance of the year.

Free and open to the public, the Concert Band will perform on Sunday, Dec. 2 at 4 p.m. in Linn Memorial United Methodist Church on CMU’s main campus in Fayette.

The 68-member band is directed by Roy “Skip” Vandelicht, CMU associate professor of music and director of bands.

The performance will include “The Squealer” by Will Huff, arranged by Andrew Glover; “Mannin Veen” by Haydn Wood; “October,” by Eric Whitacre; “Prelude, Siciliano, and Rondo” by Malcom Arnold, arranged by John P. Paynter; “Masque” by Kenneth Hesketh; “Songs from the Great War” arranged by Andrew Glover; and “Festive Christmas” arranged by Kenny Bierschenk. 

Members of the CMU Concert Band are:

On flute, Lexie Begemann, an education and music education double major from Fulton; Ezechiel Daos, a music major from Dixon; Cheyenne Knecht, a criminal justice major from Lawson; Mikaela Lewis, a music major from Harrisburg;

Desirae Martin, a pre-major from Hallsville; Samantha Reid, an education and music education major from Holt; Samantha Shively, a music education major from Hunnewell; and Abbey Sorrell, a chemistry major from Columbia.

On oboe, Megan Adams, an education and music education double major from Fulton.

On bassoon, Rowan Hynick, a music major from Marshall.

On clarinet, Samantha Allen, a biology major from Centralia; Alex Autry, an education and music education major from Norborne; Kelly Briggs, an education and music education major from Eagleville; Adam Christal, a music major from Boonville; Rebecca Dey, a music major from Boonville; Chris Hoel, a criminal justice major from Hawk Point; Amanda Lewis, an education and music education major from Palmyra;

Zachary Martin, an education and music education major from Stanton; Ani Milovich, a music major from Catawissa; Michelle Swink, an education and music education double major from Saint Robert; Connor Sanchegraw, an education and music education double major from Columbia; and Emma Stone, a health sciences major from Pilot Grove.

On bass clarinet, Kate Anderson, an education and music education double major from Boonville; Anna Jingst, a health sciences major from Centralia; and Tiffani Knecht, a criminal justice major from Lawson.

On alto sax, Isaac Bartholomew, an education and music education double major from Fayette; Mitchell Crofton, a music ministry major from Springfield, Ill.; John Hennessy, a political science major from Independence; Josh Stettes, a music education major from Pacific; and Nick Vick, an education and music education double major from Columbia.

On tenor sax, Alec Fields, an education and music education major from Fulton.

On bari sax, Josh Goggin, a music major from Fayette.

On trumpet, Dakota Bartel, a music major from Yorktown, Va.; Michael Brown, an education and music education double major from O’Fallon; Libby Cueni-Smith, an education and music education double major from Chillicothe;

Spencer Dry, a music major from Benton City; Austin Holcomb, a business major from Fulton; Amy Keene, a music major from Fulton; Kyler Perry, a chemistry major from Moberly; and Duane Watson, a music education major from Dixon.

On horn, Audrey Brandon, a mathematics major from Moberly; Marissa Dickman, an education and music education double major from Maryland Heights; Jordan Fallis, a music education major from Moberly; Addylyn Gabriel, an education and music education double major from Agency; Hannah Guilford, a music education major from Centralia;

On trombone, Madalyn Bartholomew, an education and music education double major from Salisbury; Joel Concannon, a pre-major from Boonville; Quiz Falls, an education and communication studies double major from Marshall; Kevin Helmerichs, a music major from Lake Ozark; Bob Schaefer, a computer science major from Macon; and Josiah Beckett, a religion and church leadership major from Salem.

On euphonium, Michael Arnold, a music education major from Marceline; Bryan Berliner, an education and music education double major from Hermann; Lucas Bromagen, a physical education therapist major from Boonville; and Stephen Carrillo, a pre-major from Marshall.

On tuba, Gannon Craig, a music education major from Salem; and Sam Million, a music major from St. Louis.

On percussion, Austin Bristow, a music major from Fulton; Jared Collins, an accounting major from Lees Summit; Rae Dorman, a biology major from Jefferson City; Gracie Hartford, a pre-major from Fayetteville; Blake Huggins, a biology major from Boonville; Crystal Kimmi, a music education major from Aurora; Cassidy Pachner, an education and elementary education double major from Monett; Isaiah Renshaw, a religion major from Trenton; Shad Stith, an interdisciplinary studies major from Huntsville; Brandon Tomlin, a business major from Carrollton; and Brendan Wiesehan, a music education major from Villa Ridge.