DSU Honor Band 2015

January 15-17

Audition results

Additional results will be posted as they become available.

FLUTE

  • Emory Endicott
  • Cheyanne Evans
  • Alyssia Brieck
  • Shelby Jones
  • Sayre Weast
  • Paige Chisholm
  • Yen Nguyen
  • Grace-Anne Elliott
  • Haley Hanberry
  • Grace Ballard
  • Rebecca Hopkins
  • Erin Oakes
  • Mackenzie Ellenberger
  • Emily Stallings

OBOE

  • Sergio Rodriguez
  • Mollie Searcy
  • Raina Melton

BASSOON

  • Tristan Crockett
  • Kara Galloway

CLARINET

  • Patrick Akridge
  • Dylan Hunsucker
  • Ashley Tullis
  • DeJah Brown
  • Brittany Gibson
  • Erian Watkins
  • Caitlin Gardner
  • Jordan Ginn
  • Vivian Van
  • Katie – Beth Womack
  • Taylor Clolinger
  • Ciera Hansen

BASS CLARINET

  • Samantha Thompson
  • Sydney Alford
  • Mary VanDaley

ALTO SAXOPHONE

  • Madalyn Harkness
  • Patrick Knight
  • Tyler Hewett
  • Jace Martin
  • Benjamin Larsen
  • William Hamilton
  • Caleb McBride
  • Nathan Shields

TENOR SAXOPHONE

  • Dakota Young
  • Terrell Gilmore

FRENCH HORN

  • Zaynee Suiters
  • Jonathan Main
  • Brittany Corrie
  • Rico Fraccastoro
  • Rebekah Townsend
  • Ariel Burger
  • Peyton Wall
  • Sydney Greer
  • Eli McCaleb
  • Brandon Johnson

TRUMPET

  • Cody Donahue
  • Kristin White
  • Austin Steward
  • Kelsey Anderson
  • Lydia Short
  • Auburn Brown
  • Christopher Develle
  • Abby Jackson
  • Branden York
  • Bryson Smith
  • Jesse Gibens
  • Joshua Davis
  • Michael Collins
  • Jacob Woods
  • Sarah Turner
  • Tucker Robbins
  • Parker Holland
  • Ryan Harra

TROMBONE

  • Trevor Shoup
  • Erica Nichols
  • Keveon Taylor
  • Kaleb Baker
  • Abigail Peters
  • Jakari Brown
  • William Baker
  • Jaron Stewart
  • Amber Cummings
  • Kelsea Nesler
  • Sam Cermack
  • Jacob Wooldridge

EUPHONIUM

  • Jacob Robertson
  • Garrett Gill
  • Catheryne Booth
  • Matthew Duck
  • Austin Brown

TUBA

  • Treyce Bannerman
  • Andres Liberato
  • Luke Tucker
  • Eriana Thomas
  • Rejohn Toten
  • Zach Lyles
  • Malik Simon

PERCUSSION

Listed alphabetically. Parts will be assigned in rehearsal.

  • Jadarius Avery
  • Noah Boudreau
  • Bethany Patterson
  • Jared Potter
  • Joshua Reed
  • Marshall Taylor
  • Connie Warren

 

Tentative schedule

Guest Clinician: Dr. Terry Austin

Dr. Terry AustinTerry Austin is Director of Bands and Professor of Music at Virginia Commonwealth University, where he oversees all aspects of the band program and teaches courses in conducting and music education. Under his leadership, the Virginia Commonwealth University Symphonic Wind Ensemble has earned a reputation for musical excellence and has been invited to perform at many professional conferences, including the American Bandmasters Association, MENC (now NAfME), the College Band Directors National Association and the Virginia Music Educators Association.

He is an active guest conductor, clinician and adjudicator and is published in numerous journals and is the general editor of The Journal of Band Research, A Repertoire Anthology (1964-1989), published by GIAIn the fall of 2013, he was the guest conductor of the Musashino Academia Musicae Wind Ensemble in Tokyo.

Austin is president-elect of the American Bandmasters Association, chairman of the National Band Association/William D. Revelli Memorial Band Composition Contest, a member of the Board of Directors of the John Philip Sousa Foundation, and a past board member of the National Band Association and the Southern Division of MENC: The National Association for Music Education (now NAfME).  He is a member of the College Band Directors National Association, Pi Kappa Lambda, Phi Beta Mu, and is an honorary member of Kappa Kappa Psi. He is a past president of the Virginia Music Educators Association.

Dr. Austin is included in Who’s Who In AmericaWho’s Who in Fine Arts Higher Education and Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers. He is a multiple recipient of the National Band Association’s Citation of Excellence and in 2005 he received the Virginia Commonwealth University School of the Arts Distinguished Achievement Award of Excellence.

He founded and conducts the Greater Richmond Youth Wind Ensemble, an ensemble of the finest high school musicians in the Richmond metropolitan area, and the Commonwealth Winds, an ensemble comprised of Richmond area teachers and professional performers.

Austin earned a Bachelor of Music Education from Indiana University, a Master of Arts in Music Education from the University of Hawaii, and a Doctor of Philosophy in Music Education from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.