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Welcome Home! CARL GRAPENTINE, Announcer





MICHIGAN MARCHING BAND JOHN PASQUALE, Conductor ANDREA BROWN, Associate Conductor Friday, October 21, 2016 Hill Auditorium 8:00 PM CONCERT BAND American Salute (1942) Morton Gould (1913–1996) Blue Shades (1996) 

Frank Ticheli Bum Namkoong, clarinet


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(b. 1958)

SYMPHONY BAND In Storm and Sunshine (1885)

J. C. Heed


“Times Square Ballet” from On The Town (1944) 

Leonard Bernstein

(1918–1990) trans. Paul Lavendar

“Meditation” from Thais (1894)

Jules Massenet

(1842–1912)  ed. Scott Boerma Marie Tachouet, soloist Principal Flute, Lyric Opera of Chicago SMTD Alumni Society Paul Boylan Award Winner - 2016

Victors Valiant

Jerry Bilik

(b. 1933)


MICHIGAN MARCHING BAND M Fanfare (1951) The Victors (1898) Let’s Go Blue (1972) Nessun Dorma (1926) Sir Duke (1976) Amazing Grace (1779) 4 Chords (2011)

arranged by Jerry Bilik

Louis Elbel Joseph Carl

Giacomo Puccini; arranged by Scott Boerma Stevie Wonder; arranged by William Pitts traditional; arranged by John Stout arranged by Scott Boerma

MICHIGAN MARCHING BAND DRUMLINE Blackdog/Kashmir (1971/1975) 

Bonham, Jones, Page & Plant arranged by Scott Boerma

Calyptors (1976) Louis Elbel, arranged by Albert Ahronheim Heaven/Everytime We Touch (2001/2007) Adams, Vallance, Reilly,  Risavy & MacKillop 

Shout! (1959) Respect (1965) Temptation (1951) Hawaiian War Chant (1951) The Yellow & Blue (1886) 

The Victors (1898)

arranged by Scott Boerma

Isley, Isley, Isley, Jr.; arranged by John Stout Otis Redding; arranged by Roland Barrett Nacio Brown; arranged by Jerry Bilik Prince Leleiohoku; arranged by Jerry Bilik Charles Gayley & Michael Balfe arranged by Jerry Bilik

Louis Elbel

A SHORT HISTORY OF BAND-O-RAMA The first Band-O-Rama performance was held on November 11, 1964. Tonight’s rendition marks the 52nd anniversary of this treasured Michigan tradition. Following the initial performance, two events entitled Band-O-Rama were held in 1965 including a January showcase following the Rose Bowl and a fall performance. With the exception of 2002 and 2003 when Hill Auditorium was closed for renovation, Band-O-Rama has occurred every fall since 1964. Thank you for your support of the University of Michigan Bands! MICHAEL HAITHCOCK assumed his duties as Director of Bands and Professor of Music (Conducting) at the University of Michigan in the fall of 2001 after twenty-three years on the faculty of Baylor University. Following in the footsteps of William D. Revelli and H. Robert Reynolds, Professor Haithcock conducts the internationally renowned University of Michigan Symphony Band, guides the acclaimed band and wind ensemble graduate conducting program, and provides administrative leadership for all aspects of the University of Michigan’s diverse and historic band program. In February of 2012, he was named an Arthur Thurnau Professor by the University of Michigan which is the University’s highest award for excellence in undergraduate teaching. Ensembles under Haithcock’s guidance, have received a wide array of critical acclaim for their high artistic standards of performance and repertoire. These accolades have come through concerts at national and state conventions, performances in major concert venues, the UM Symphony Band’s May 2011 tour of China, and recordings on the Albany, Arsis, and Equilibrium labels. A review of recent recordings in Winds magazine proclaimed: “programming and execution of this caliber ought to be available worldwide...musically impressive, giving a sense of elation” while the American Record Guide praised the “professional manner with which the group delivers...they show great skill and artistry’ and proclaimed the “sound of the UM Symphony Band is something to savor”. Professor Haithcock is a leader in commissioning and premiering new works for band and has earned the praise of both composers and conductors for his innovative approaches to developing the band repertoire. He is in constant demand as a guest conductor as well as a resource person for symposiums and workshops in a variety of instructional settings. In 2011, he was awarded the Distinguished Service to Music Medal by Kappa Kappa Psi National Honorary Band Fraternity. A graduate of East Carolina University, where he received the 1996 Outstanding Alumni Award from the School of Music, and Baylor University, Haithcock has done additional study at a variety of conducting workshops including the Herbert Blomstedt Orchestral Conducting Institute. The Instrumentalist, the Michigan School Band and Orchestra Association, the School Musician, the Southwest Music Educator, and WINDS magazine have published his articles on conducting and wind literature. Mr. Haithcock is an elected member of both the music honor society Pi Kappa Lambda and the American Bandmasters Association. In addition, he remains active in College Band Directors National Association following his term as president (2001–2003). COURTNEY SNYDER joined the conducting faculty of the University of Michigan in 2014 as Associate Director of Bands and Assistant Professor, where she directs the Concert Band and teaches undergraduate conducting. She also directs the Michigan Youth Wind Band, a group of select, auditioned high school students from local music programs. Previously, Snyder served

as the Assistant Director of Bands and Assistant Professor at the University of Nebraska-Omaha, where she directed the “Maverick” Marching Band and Concert Band, was associate director the Symphonic Wind Ensemble, and taught courses in music education and conducting. While in Omaha, Snyder also served as Music Director of the Nebraska Wind Symphony, which was selected to perform at the Nebraska State Bandmasters Association Conference. Snyder taught instrumental music in the Michigan public schools for six years. She has presented numerous sessions on conducting movement and technique throughout the United States and is currently doing a study on gesture and its effect on ensemble sound. Snyder has guest conducted throughout the United States, England and Latvia and was awarded the “Citation of Excellence” award by the National Band Association. In December 2016 she will lead a panel presentation at The Midwest Clinic. Snyder is published in Music Educators Journal, Teaching Music Through Performance in Band, Association of Concert Bands Journal, and School Band and Orchestra Magazine. Snyder earned a music education degree from Indiana University of Pennsylvania (BME) and conducting degrees from Baylor University (MM) and the University of Michigan (DMA). She is a member of College Band Directors National Association, World Association for Symphonic Bands and Ensembles, the Conductors Guild, National Association for Music Education, College Music Society, Kappa Kappa Psi, Tau Beta Sigma, and Pi Kappa Lambda. JOHN PASQUALE is a member of the conducting faculty at the University of Michigan serving as Associate Director of Bands, Director of the Michigan Marching and Athletic Bands and the Donald R. Shepherd Assistant Professor of Conducting. In this position, he directs and oversees the athletic band program, conducts the University Band, guest conducts the Symphony Band, Symphony Band Chamber Winds and Concert Band, and teaches classes in rehearsal pedagogy and wind literature. Prior to this appointment, Pasquale served as the Assistant Director of Bands at the University of Michigan. Receiving the Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Conducting from the University of Oklahoma in 2008, Pasquale served as a conducting associate to the Wind Symphony, Opera Orchestra, “The Pride of Oklahoma” Marching Band, New Century Ensemble, Faculty Composer Concert Series, Symphony Band, Concert Band, and the Weitzenhoffer Family Department of Musical Theatre. In addition, he was an adjunct instructor and graduate teaching assistant within the Music Education Department. He holds a Master of Music degree in Instrumental Conducting from the University of Oklahoma and a Bachelor of Music Education degree from Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Texas. Prior to attending graduate school, Dr. Pasquale conducted an internationally recognized and competitive middle school wind ensemble holding the position of Director of Bands at Griffin Middle School in The Colony, Texas, within the Lewisville Independent School District. Dr. Pasquale is in demand as a conductor, clinician, pedagogue, and adjudicator in band and orchestra programs throughout the United States and Europe. ANDREA BROWN is a member of the conducting faculty at the University of Michigan and the Assistant Director of Bands. In this position, she is the Associate Director of the Michigan Marching and Athletic Bands, conductor of the Campus Bands, guest conductor with the Symphony Band, Symphony Band Chamber Winds and Concert Band, teaches conducting, and is a Project Sponsor Mentor with the Michigan Engineering Multidisciplinary Design Program.

She is a 2015 recipient of the Transforming Learning for Third Century Quick Wins/Discovery grant for her research in developing conducting pedagogy technology. Previously Brown was the Director of Orchestra and Assistant Director of Bands at the Georgia Institute of Technology where she also led technology based research, and was a member of their Oxford Program faculty. Brown completed a DMA in instrumental conducting at UNC Greensboro and was named the 2010 Outstanding Teaching Assistant at UNCG. She was both a guest conductor and principal horn on UNCG Wind Ensemble’s fireworks! and finish line! CDs released on the Equilibrium label. Her publications include rehearsal guides published in the Teaching Music Through Performance in Band and she has presented her research findings at the Midwest Clinic in Chicago, the International Computer Music Conference in Ljubljana, Slovenia, and the College Band Directors National Association National Conference. Since 2004, she has been a music instructor of the Phantom Regiment Drum and Bugle Corps of Rockford, Illinois. While a masters student at UNCG, Brown was a member of the AA Brass Quintet, which won the 2001 International Brass Quintet Competition. She performed as a guest artist at the 2010 Focus on Piano Literature at UNCG as well as with the horn sections of the Boston Brass All Stars Big Band, North Carolina Symphony, Winston-Salem Symphony, and the Brevard Music Center Orchestra. Prior to her position at Georgia Tech, Brown was the Assistant Director of Bands at Austin Peay State University and taught public school in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and Dallas, Texas. She is a member of Phi Kappa Phi, Pi Kappa Lambda, NAfME, CBDNA, and Sigma Alpha Iota Women’s Music Fraternity, and is an honorary member of Kappa Kappa Psi and Tau Beta Sigma. Brown is a frequent guest conductor, clinician, and adjudicator in the US, Europe, and Asia. CARL GRAPENTINE is now in his 48th season as “The Voice of the Michigan Marching Band” and in his 12th season as the game announcer at Michigan Stadium. An alumnus of the U-M School of Music, Theatre and Dance, he played oboe in the Symphony Band and Symphony Orchestra, and was baritone soloist with the Men’s Glee Club during his student years. Much in demand as a vocalist and narrator, Carl has sung the National Anthem at Tiger Stadium, Wrigley Field, Comiskey Park, the Pontiac Silverdome, and Crisler Arena. His is now the morning host for WFMT radio in Chicago, the country’s leading classical music station. MARIE TACHOUET is Principal Flute of the Lyric Opera of Chicago and serves on the flute faculty at Roosevelt University’s Chicago College of Performing Arts. She has performed as principal flute with the Seattle Symphony, San Diego Symphony, Milwaukee Symphony, Santa Fe Opera, Sarasota Opera, Joffrey Ballet, and Pittsburgh Opera orchestras and has also performed with the Pittsburgh and Oregon symphonies. An advocate of contemporary music, Marie has worked closely with composers including Charles Wuorinen, Elliot Carter, and John Zorn in venues such as the Library of Congress, Carnegie Hall, and the Guggenheim. Praised by the New York Times for her “extraordinary agile” solo playing, she has been a soloist with the Artosphere Festival Orchestra, Olympia (WA) Symphony, Tanglewood Music Center Orchestra, and Akron Symphony. Marie graduated summa cum laude from the University of Michigan and Carnegie Mellon University as a student of Jeanne Baxtresser, Alberto Almarza, and Amy Porter. “Mimi” is the sole recipient of the 2016 Paul Boylan award, a recognition given by the School of Music, Theatre and Dance to alumni for outstanding contributions in the field of music.

CONCERT BAND Courtney Snyder, Associate Director of Bands FLUTE Lisa Gudan Nicole Lawnicki Ellen Sauer Ashley Stanley Jessica Zhang OBOE Julian Amberg Benjamin Cormier Katie McLaughlin Graham Palmer CLARINET Perryn Bohler Allison Chu Cathrine Gu Gabriel Guerra Catherine Heiba Emily Hinojosa Anita Ho Harry Hwang Katelyn LaPrairie Bum Namkoong Nina Renella Sara Warady SAXOPHONE Erik Anundson Ryan Cox Alex King Mitchell Luttermoser Sean Meyers Matthew Rader Marina Sakellakis Chance Stine

BASSOON Ezra Gans Marissa Honig Eric Rothacker Jacob Sugarman TRUMPET Frank Chiodo Joshua Roach Jesse Sacks Zachary Siegel Jack Thiesen John Wogaman HORN Sean Anderson Brianne Ihasz Nick Kneupper Kathleen Patrick Elizabeth Snyder Jonathan Thomas

EUPHONIUM Amanda Blackson Nelson Gast Amere Horton TUBA Devin Aebi Jovany Dorsainvil Robert Kaliati PERCUSSION Charlie Bartlett Sofia Carbonara Amy Craven Alec Ockaskis Riley Palmer DOUBLE BASS Nathaniel Gualtieri

TROMBONE Halley Bass Adam LeFevre Zongxi Li Tom Wilcox BASS TROMBONE Elliot Green Simon Lohmann

All personnel are listed alphabetically and rotate parts during the concert.

SYMPHONY BAND Michael Haithcock, Director of Bands Arthur F. Thurnau Professor of Music FLUTE Rachel Berkowitz Onalee Kineman Melissa Mashner Cassandra Mullenix Bret Patterson

BASSOON Daniel Fendrick Liam Jackson Aviva Klein Saralyn Klepaczyk TRUMPET Christi Baker Andrew Gilliam Kyle Mallari Michelle Riechers Joshua Roach Amanda Ross J. Nick Smith Katherine Stephen

OBOE Sagar Anupindi Rebecca Brookens Jonathan Conjurske Emily Kirven CLARINET James Campbell Mickayla Chapman Nataniel Farrar Taylor Isberg Leo Kim Pearse Lee Cassandra Nielsen Spencer Stromquist Katie Thomas Nick Thompson Joseph Velez Rebecca Williamson

HORN Rebecca Epstein-Boley Brianne Ihasz Mark Kennedy Carrie Rexroat Daniel Skib Maxwell Stein Patrick Walker Kathryn Zamarrón TROMBONE David Kamper Sam Silverman Justin Stobart Scott Watson

SAXOPHONE Liam Dilenschneider Jonathan Hostottle Russell Kerns Chad Lilley Connor Mikula Connor O’Toole Emmett Rapaport Anthony Wyatt

EUPHONIUM Riley Bahin Joe Broom Elliot Polot TUBA Matt Baker Jonathan Jones Joseph McDonnell Evan Zegiel PERCUSSION AJ Covey Anthony DeMartinis Laura Grems Andrew Grossman Jonathan Mashburn Jacob Rogers Tanner Tanyeri HARP Celia van den Bogert DOUBLE BASS Connor Reinman Lauren Rodewald KEYBOARD Grace Zhang

BASS TROMBONE Matthew Halbert Derek Mitchell

All personnel are listed alphabetically and rotate parts during the concert.


LIBRARIAN Saralyn Klepaczyk

PUBLICITY Brandon Monzon



PROGRAMS Tom Erickson

MICHIGAN MARCHING BAND John Pasquale, Director of Michigan Marching and Athletic Bands Donald R. Shepherd Assistant Professor of Conducting

Andrea Brown, Associate Director of Marching and Athletic Bands DRUM MAJOR Thayer, McKenna PICCOLO Aldrich, Erika Bapat, Gauri Bartlett, Thomas Blakkan-Esser, Nicole Bresnahan, Giuliana Christophersen, Audra Coldren, Valerie Davidson, Erica Ensz, Jordan Gerndt, Zoe Henderson, Marli Jablonski, Emily Juntunen, Amanda Kirven, Emily Knop, Amanda Kotarski, Olivia Labudde, Emily Mathis, Jessica Olsen, Abby Qin, Krystal Rajpurkar, Asavari Shurge, Sarah Swaiss, Ashley Thompson, Diana Vergiels, Chelsea Westcott, Maddie Xiao, Mingyu CLARINET Arche, Andrew Bertoni, Kelly Chamberlain, Elaine Chipman, Zachary Clark, Amelia Davis, Lindsay Dedes, Sotirios DeMarco, Madeline Doctor, Julianne Fitch, Erin Forche, Kathryn Franson, Kyle Furlong, Emma Graffenius, Michelle Jakimovski, Dimitar Ji, Jason Jones, Taylor

Kaufman-Levine, Rachel Kemeny, Joseph Kim, Samuel King, Charlotte Latshaw, Matthew Leggett, Kymberley Meltzer, Ariella Oseguera, Mary Patel, Sonia Pelton, Sarah Roy, Griffin Schuster, Marlena Schwarz, Elena Tang, Haoyang Tangert, Jessica Williams, Meagan Work, Katelyn Wright, Jacob ALTO SAXOPHONE Anderson, Jacob Anderson, Matthew Berg, Brendan Boyce, Mitchell Brown, Allison Cadel, Melissa Cornett, Heather DeMarco, Bethany Duquette, Ronald Force, Molly Foster, Benjamin Gilbert, Matthew Green, Alexis Kaartinen, Nelli Kellenberg Callewaert, Emma Kitromelides, George Kulwik, Christopher Laenen, Nicholas Lass, Taylor Lim, Brian Lyons, Renae Middleton, Joseph Millar, Travis Miller, Alex Purtell, Jasmine Simon, Nicholas Tervo, Jeremy Wang, Michelle Wood, Colton Yang, Kevin

TENOR SAXOPHONE Bertoldi, Nicholas Buiteweg, Joseph Chernos, Josh Ciaston, Nikolas Dewald, Richard Ezell, Justine Farina, Gabrielle Graham, Ashleigh Jiang, Cheng Mathis, Mark Miles, Stephanie Mitchell, Alexander Mittlestadt, Erica Moeller, Robert Mullis, Danielle Nissley, Amos Overberg, Matt Pepin-Bean, Alexander Wells, Alex TRUMPET Allen, David Amann, Nate Amori, Stephen Andress, Brianna Boeve, Mark Brandon, Alyssa Brickman , Jocelyn Camp, Lauren Cayo, William Chapp, Alexander Cull, Carruth DeMarco, Danielle DiNobile, Joseph Farell, Alex Flanagan, Joseph Gannon, Noah Gearig, John Gibson, Noah Gomba, Megan Gonzaga, Joefer Guffey, George Hansen, Jacob Hawkes, Matthew Hoisington, Zachary Hymer, Addison Imsirovic, Dinko James, Evan Johnson, Gordon

Johnson, Timothy Jones, Mitchell Kach, Michael Kemeny, Michael Killian, Eric Kops, Mitchell Kreitz, Joshua Krieg, John Marmorale, Lucas McCracken, Mackenzie McKenny, Ian Meyers, Carlee Miiller, Emily Miller, Pearson Miron, Benjamin Moss, Joseph Mufarreh, Anthony Neild, Edward Noble, Hannah Ombry, Jack Pacis, Jaryd Padin, Adrian Pesch, Evan Piper, Douglas Quail, Anthony Quinlan, Lauren Raines, Connor Rees, Trevor Reynolds, Elise Rudy, Matthew Salley, Isabelle Schildcrout, Zachary Simmons, Brittany St-Amand, Joseph Sterian, Riley Stout, Mark Tsuno, Nicole Vanden Heuvel, Scott Williams, Nathan Willison, Elexa Wolyniec Gallate Ribeiro, Brenno Wood, Carolyn Wrzesinski, Parker HORN Arche, Jacob Breeden, Kira Chen, Enya Donders, Jacob Fagerlin, Joshua Fan, Amy Fergle, Daniel Fletcher, Diondre Fuerst, William Galli, Jacob

Hough, Meghan Jamison, Kyra Kelly, Madison Kohring, Robert Krieger, Andrew Lalchandani, Keshav Laurens, Thierry Maguire, Jill Mapes, Jasmine Margulies, Asher Martin, Kaitlin Mendoza, Miguel Parkanzky, Elaine Peldo, Thomas Ritchie, Patrick Skib, Daniel Smyth, Brandon Tang, Brian Vallejo, Leonardo Walker, Patrick Werthmann, Rachel White, Andrew Wiese, Olivia Wilson, Madeleine Wisbiski, Jack TROMBONE Andrews, Sarah Behnke, Cassidy Blaesing, Kevin Bowersox, Adam Brown, Ezra Cain, Samuel Campbell, Conner Chandler, Geno Cherry , Marshall Claussen, Aaron DeRubeis, Michaella Dinh, Joseph Durie, Emily Fici, Anthony Gatti, John Hall, Christopher Houle, Luther Jhaveri, Veer Johnson, Michael Kelley, Christopher Kolakowski, Michael Lemon, James Ley, Adam Martinelli, Nicholas Micco, Alex Misiak, Matthew Moore, Paul Noyd, Martin O’Keefe, Ryan

Piscoran, Ross Pyke, Bryan Rich, Nathaniel Romero, Peter Schmotzer, Christopher Shen, Eric Sowash, Jaiden Steilen, Alexander Walters , Abigail Werme, Kevin Wisbiski, Alexandra Wolfe, Audrey Wolfe, Ian Zhang, Kevin BASS TROMBONE Allen, Michael DeBono Jr., John Rodriguez, Kyle Schumacher, Timothy Surapaneni, Mihir Ying, Alex EUPHONIUM Avery, Megan Bahin, Riley Brot, Joshua Dutton, Eric Fry, Morgan Gdowski, Zachary Horton, Amere Jackson, Natalie Kopplin, Noah McClintic, Lindsay McFaul, Zachary O’Brien, Matthew Panter, Kathryn Polot, Elliot Rebhun, Colin Schroeder, Eric Simpson, Jamie Thorne, Tor Weisberg, Jacob TUBA Aebi, Devin Baur, Christopher Bays, Scott Benjamin, Matthew Binroth, Erika Birmele, Zachary Chamberlain, Amanda Chandarlis, Elias Conley, Casey Grant, Matthew Guffey, Patrick

Hayman, Anna Hearn, William Huelskamp, Henry Jacobs, Mitchell Karram, Sarah Larson, Connor Lewis, Marco Lowman IV, Quincy McPartlin, Shane Podnar, Allison Schuler, Maisey Treichel, Sydney Williams, Roman Wilmarth, Samuel Zeltzer, Barry PERCUSSION, SNARE Chludzinski, Jacob Dobbins, Nick Kach, Jeremy Meissner, Aaron Michelson, Jared Norton, Connor Rector-Brooks, Jarrid Ross, Lucas Shimoun, Jared Venkatesh, Varun Zuck, Garrett PERCUSSION, TENOR Ayalp, Kurt Lentine, Ryan Polidori, James Siciliano, Michael Stieber, James PERCUSSION, BASS Colton, Zachary Hansen, Daniel Hostetler, Michael Marek, Brittney Patel, Mihir Schaub, Parker Vonarburg, Daniel Zhao, Austin PERCUSSION, CYMBAL Blakkan-Esser, Lukas Dishaw, Alexander Kushner, Sarah Mahacek, McKenna Martinez, Bailey Newland, Jordan

Ng, Nathaniel Pumford, Christopher Serra, Sydney Sickrey, Erin Templin, Joseph Voisich, Ryan

ANNOUNCER Grapentine, Carl

FLAG Anthony, Mackenzie Ardis, Brianna Bala, Cecilia Banks, Rachel Broesamle, Grace Che, Shirley Demers, Christopher Derkacz, Katie Foster, Sherilyn Foxworthy, Christian Girard, Corinne Honig, Marissa Johnson, Kirsten Jones, Anne-Elizabeth Kammerzell, Rachel Leach, Marisa Lee, Chelsea Lehman , Katherine Madagame, Mandy Matson, Lauren Maynard, Alexander McLean, Cailin Milliner, Kelly Nasiadka, Lauren Newland, Ashlee Petersen, Sarah Raetzel, Tiffany Shreve, Charlotte Smith, Nicole Snyder, Rachael Syal, Leila Taylor, Natalie Turpin, Tori Yomtoob, Rachael

VOLUNTEER PHOTOGRAPHERS Brown, Bob Carter,Belinda Gaskill, Dick

TWIRLER Albrecht, Shaelyn Negris, Olivia Williamson, Hannah

VOLUNTEER PHYSICIANS M.D. Schmidt, John M.D. Sozener, Cemal

VOLUNTEER VIDEO CREW Demske, Tim Aguilar, David Haddlesey, Mark Halstead, Sarah Sorensen, Chris Stokes, Jeff Wilson, Rachel Wohl, Jeff Wohl, Terry DEPARTMENT ADMINISTRATOR St. Clair, Maggie DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT Baumgartner, Kimberly RECEPTIONIST Dawson, Trish FLAG INSTRUCTOR Noble-Pruett, Joan PERCUSSION INSTRUCTOR Ricotta, Chuck STAFF ASSISTANTS Gamboa, Thomas Howard, Ashley Jackson, Liam Martin, Darin Smith, Brandon Smith, Nick Tackitt, Eilliott


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Band-O-Rama 2016  

Program from Band-O-Rama: Welcome Home! presented by the U-M University Bands on October 21, 2016 in Hill Auditorium

Band-O-Rama 2016  

Program from Band-O-Rama: Welcome Home! presented by the U-M University Bands on October 21, 2016 in Hill Auditorium