The USU Eastern Music Department presented a wind symphony concert Saturday evening. Those in attendance enjoyed an evening of music under the direction of Rhonda Rhodes.
The symphony played several selections and also featured numerous performers from local schools. A percussion duet by Mont Harmon Junior High students Dallin Grant and Noah Parker was featured at the concert, along with a piano solo by Shauntel Sitterud from Emery High and a marimba solo by Carbon High student Jordan Nielsen.
The following wind symphony members performed at Saturday’s event:
Flute: Angela Anderson, Heidi Hill (piccolo), Kellie Mortensen, Laura Ross and Katrina Wood
Clarinet: Aaron Anderson, Sarah Cowley, Adam Cunningham, Joyce Cunningham, Kay Fox and Elise Tuttle
Bass Clarinet: Frances Swasey
Bassoon: Jay Jeppson
Alto Saxophone: Clint Roberts
Tenor Saxophone: Benjamin Nichols
Trumpet: Willie Frisbie, Tana Jenson, Bob Peterson and Shawn Shearer
Horn: Mark Bunnell, James Dart and Matthew Krause.
Trombone: Bethany Brinton, Steven Cloward, Chelsey Cunningham and Danielle Dinkleman
Euphonium: Richard Dart
Tuba: Shantel Sitterud
Percussion: Dallas Anselmo, Kaden Archibald, Jana Hoyt, Jordan Nielsen, Arthella Wiliams and Arianne Wood
USU Eastern students and community members make up the wind symphony. All wind and percussion players are encouraged to join the group that performs traditional and contemporary wind band music. Rehearsals are conducted on Wednesday evenings from 7-9 p.m. at the Brown Music Center on the USU Eastern campus.
For more information about the wind symphony, contact Rhonda Rhodes at (435) 613-5240 or email@example.com.