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11 music majors perform with Wisconsin National Band Association Collegiate Honor Band

Posted on Jan 26, 2012

Eleven students majoring in music at the University of Wisconsin-Superior were chosen to take part in the Wisconsin National Band Association Collegiate Honor Band. 

The students participated in rehearsals and a concert Jan. 19-20 in Wisconsin Rapids along with students from 14 other Wisconsin universities. Conductors for the band included Dr. Pamela Bustos, associate professor and director of bands at UW-Superior, and four other Wisconsin university band directors.

            The UW-Superior students are pictured at right.  

            Front row from left:            

  • Dr. Pamela Bustos

  • Tara Yrjanainen of Solon Springs, Wis., majoring in music education- instrumental, performing on flute.

  • Emily Borra of Side Lake, Minn., majoring in instrumental performance, performing on French horn.

  • Chelsey Pavlovich of Poplar, Wis., majoring in music education-instrumental, performing on percussion.

  • Sara Broshofske of Ogilvie, Minn., majoring in music-general, performing on clarinet.

  • Olivia Krause of Cochrane, Wis., majoring in music-general, performing on percussion   
             

Back row from left:

  • Katlyn Stoinski of Moose Lake, Minn., majoring in music education-general, performing on bassoon.

  • Jessie Peterson of Wrenshall, Minn., majoring in music education-instrumental, performing on clarinet.

  • Stacey Coggon of Elroy, Wis., majoring in music education-instrumental, performing on euphonium.

  • Richard Wehmas of Clear Lake, Wis., majoring in music education-instrumental, performing on tuba.

  • Cory Coffman of Blaine, Minn., majoring in music education-instrumental, performing on percussion.

  • Michael Ugrich of Bovey, Minn., majoring in music performance, performing on guitar and percussion.

 

 

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