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HHS Symphonic Winds Perform at Carnegie Hall

The Harrison High School Symphonic Winds performed at Carnegie Hall where they played works by Nishimura, Standridge, Ziek, and Williams. Members of Symphonic Winds collaborated in rehearsals, student led sectionals, and through constructive critical listening sessions. The trip to NYC also included a clinic renowned band pedague Dr. Timothy Mahr, professor of bands at St. Olaf College. Dr. Mahr shared helpful feedback and after the performance called the HHS ensemble his "new favorite band." Symphonic Winds president Jake Robinson refelected on the experience, “the entire ensemble was shocked when we first heard that we would be playing at Carnegie Hall, but through hard work and determination, we put on a spectacular show and played our hearts out.”

Symphonic Winds Carnegie Hall Performers: Mattew Anazco, Hana Ashie, Thomas Berg, Noah Bimbaum, Jack Borman, Christopher Decina, Fjord Deda, Beatrice Ferris, Ben Fontecchio, Jenna Forgione, Anri Hase, Rina Iwasaki, Sabrina Kalanz, Mei Maehara, Diana Millard, Erik Myung, Momoka Nakamura, Aki Orita, Anthony Orozco, Mia Paparatti, Clem Riou, Jake Robinson, Oliver Schenk, Neyferson Solis Usme, Riko Suzuki, Alvin Wong, Hana Yamazaki, Charles Zenhausern