(Top photo, left to right, Theresa Flanagan, Rebecca Turkington, Ben Geilich, Leah Kohn and Chris Carroll. Bottom, Ben Geilich, left, and Atticus Wallace. ) A senior jazz trio, six senior soloists accompanied by the HHS Orchestra, and two other senior soloists were featured in a June 4 farewell concert. The Music Department says, Congratulations to these seniors for sharing their musical talents with our community! During their years at HHS these ten outstanding senior musicians have represented the school many times at New Hampshire All-State festivals and other regional, state and community ensembles and music exchange groups.
Soloists accompanied by the HHS Orchestra:
Theresa Flanagan, violin, deBeriot's Concerto #9
Ben Geilich, clarinet, Mozart's Concerto for Clarinet
Sarah Graver, violin, Bach's Concerto for Oboe and Violin
Leah Kohn, bassoon, Vivaldi's Concerto in A minor for Bassoon
Rebecca Turkington, flute, Telemann's Suite for Flute and Strings
Atticus Wallace, viola, Telemann's Concerto for Viola
Solo vocalist with piano accompaniment:
Ari Plaut, bass voice, Mozart's In diesen Heilgen Hallen from The Magic Flute
Solo piano: Chris Carroll, Ravel's Sonatine.
Jazz Ensemble performing an original composition by Erik Larson:
Jacob Baxter, drums; Erik Larson, piano; Jack Yaguda, tenor sax
The Music Department also recognizes the following seniors for representing Hanover High School at New Hampshire All State and/or New England Music Festivals: Sarah Andrus, Lucy Caldwell, Jonah Kasper, Erik Larson, Mila Pinigin, Portia Simermeyer, Lucie Torrey and Thea Ulrich. May music always be a part of your lives!
Saturday, June 7, 2008
Posted by Hanoverlife at 11:00 PM