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The Southeast Kansas Symphony Orchestra
Raul Munguia - Artistic Director & Conductor

2004-05 Season

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2004 - 2005 Concert season

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Beethoven's 5th!
3:00 p.m., Oct. 3rd, 2004,
Memorial Auditorium
Guest Artist ~ Robert Kehle, trombone

~1~ Music of Copland, Mozart, Frank Martin, and the Master himself! [More ~ 1 ~ ]

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"Melodies We Love"
3:00 p.m., Nov. 21st, 2004,
Memorial Auditorium
Guest Artist ~ First Last, instrument

~2~ Symphonic pieces that you love to hear! [More ~ 2 ~ ]

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All Dvorák Concert
6:00 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 5th, 2005,
Memorial Auditorium
William Intriligator, guest conductor

~3~ We are joined by top High School area string players for this Honors Orchestra event, and honored to be joined by William Intriligator, director of the Dubuque Symphony. [More ~ 3 ~ ]

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Festival of New Music
7:30 p.m., Thursday, Mar. 10th, 2005,
McCray Recital Hall
Guest Artists - James Hall & Paul Carlson

~4~ Music of John Ross, Keith Lay, and PSU alumni Hubert Bird. Also featuring orchestration pieces by PSU music students. [More ~ 4 ~ ]

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Brahm's German Requiem
3:00 p.m., May. 1st, 2005,
First United Methodist Church
Loraine Sims & Paul Huybrechts, soloists

~5~ Brahms' mighty "Ein deutsches Requiem", with the Choirs of Pittsburg State University and Choristers from the Four-State Region [More ~ 5 ~ ]

~ Other Season Performances ~

"Baby Symphony" Concert

Music for little people
At the Pittsburg Family Resource Center
Classical music for little ears and their parents - ages 0-3 welcome!
March 16th, 2005.

The Magic Flute (Die Zauberflöte), K.620

We are pleased to join the Heartland Opera Theatre in this humorous production of Mozart's "Die Zauberflöte", a comic opera in two acts. Join us at Joplin's Taylor Auditorium for this "magical" production. April 23rd & 24th, 2005.

Orchestra Personnel

* Denotes Honors Orchestra Fellowship Participants.

Names are repeated if musicians perform in multiple sections.

~ Winds ~

  • Flute ~ Piccolo
    • Jenny Marlin
    • Andrea Dinkel
    • Emily Elkins
    • Kathy DeGrave
    • Christa Weber
  • Oboe
    • David Hurley
    • Drew Hayes
    • Russell Jones
    • Toni Dobratz
    • Ann Knipschild
  • Clarinet
    • Ryan Lovell
    • Joanne Britz
    • Becca Garrett
    • Steve Petty
  • Bass Clarinet
    • Matt Bennett
  • Bassoon
    • Danica Robbins
    • Russell Jones
    • Megan Gabehart

~ Brass ~

  • French Horn
    • Jessica Jones
    • Scott Conner
    • Jean Klassen
    • Jennfier Petty
    • Ryan Hunter
    • Andrew Sercer
    • Marsha Thompson
    • Matt Butler
    • Michael Gilliland
  • Trumpet
    • Erin Smith
    • Matt Carter
    • A. J. Metzger
    • Trey Wadell
    • Todd Hastings
  • Trombone
    • Terri Houston
    • Lucas Warford
    • Chris Goddard
    • Curt Thomas
    • Quentin Gilkey
    • Bob Kehle
  • Tuba
    • Zach Gipson

~ Percussion ~

  • General
    • DeAnthony Nelson
    • Curt Thomas
    • Zach Elkins
    • Matt Bennett
    • Kenny McDougle
    • Jessica Dold
    • Jesus Diaz
  • Timpani
    • Jason Lord
    • Matt Esau
    • Kenny McDougle
    • DeAnthony Nelson
  • Organ
    • Laurel Mason
  • Piano
    • Robert Ensor
    • Marilyn Abercrombie
  • Harp
    • DeMaris Gaines
    • DeMaris Herrera

~ Strings ~

  • Violin I
    • Jonathan Gayman, Concertmaster
    • Calina Ciotlaus
    • Ben Davis
    • Elisha Samuel
    • Blair Croan
    • Darla Oakes
    • Selim Giray
    • Scott Nelson
    • Nicole Bames
    • Timi Myers
    • Alyssa DePew
    • Carol Cook
    • * Megan Johnson
  • Violin II
    • Calina Ciotlaus
    • Jonathan Gayman
    • Rebecca Cutler
    • Amanda Reehl
    • Sonre Parrish
    • Linda Vollen
    • Marilyn Layden
    • Michelle Daugherty
    • Liz Harris
    • Anna Wishall
    • Mary Jo Harper
    • Marsha McCorckle
    • Bruce Daniel
    • Scott Nelson
    • * Mallory Brewer
    • * Miranda Grimmer
  • Viola
    • Catalin Lari
    • Kate Stoker
    • Byron Pike
    • Gene Vollen
    • Paul Carlson
    • * Dana Segal
  • Cello
    • James Swain
    • Kristen Grimmer
    • Carolann Martin
    • Jessica Bjorgaard
    • Joshua McCloud
    • Paul Smith
    • Megan McCoy
    • Kirt Duffy
    • Austin Baldwin
    • Necati Giray
    • Martha Baxter
    • * Matt Clark
    • * Rachael Palmer
  • Double Bass
    • Cameron Schmitz
    • Richard Samford
    • Gavin Kelso

~ Oratorio Chorus ~

  • In Alphabetical Order:
    • Kimberly Abels
    • Cheri Avery
    • Keira Bedore
    • Casey Brown
    • Kaye Brownlee
    • Carrie Campbell
    • Mary Cash
    • David Chamberlain
    • Paul Cope
    • Tammy Crepinsek
    • Kayla Culley
    • Jason Curran
    • Gail Deatherage
    • Will Demings
    • Jesus Diaz
    • Jessica Dick
    • Toni Dobratz
    • Jessica Dold
    • Joyce Elliott
    • William Elliott
    • Michael Fenech
    • Lucinda Fortney
    • Bryan Ganer
    • Jennifer Ganer
    • Veronika Garini
    • Rebecca Garren
    • Lisa Gerstenkorn
    • Shane Gibson
    • Rebekah Grieb
    • Kathy Hall
    • Brian Hargrave
    • Kimberly Hanns
    • Mary Jo Harper
    • Drew Hayes
    • Adam Heitland
    • Timothy Henderson
    • Megan Hizey
    • Katherine Hockman
    • Kristin Humbard
    • Ryan Hunter
    • Erik Hyde
    • Erin Jackson
    • Carrie Kesler
    • Ryan Key
    • Scott Kincaid
    • Henry Kost
    • Shelli Larrison
    • Susan Laushman
    • Cody Leal
    • Hsiao-Wen Lee
    • Danielle Leivian
    • Kristen Livingston
    • Jeffrey Luton
    • Amy Mason
    • Norma McCaslin
    • Mary Helen McCloud
    • Greg Melching
    • Kenton Mobley
    • Ginger Niemann
    • Robin Nobles
    • Patrick O'Halloran
    • Krista Ohmie
    • Maija Ornmark
    • Brett Palmer
    • Kathryn Parke
    • Elizabeth Perrey
    • Andrew Pierce
    • Crystal Pihl
    • Cathy Porter
    • Markel Porter
    • Robert Reno
    • Amanda Richards
    • John Ross
    • Karrie Ross
    • Harrison Rowland
    • Cynthia Rucker
    • Zia Ryu
    • Elisha Samuel
    • Terry Schirk
    • Breana Sheffler
    • Karen Shepherd
    • Ashley Shinn
    • Jacquelyn Slater
    • Carol Sloan
    • Herndon Snider
    • Ruth Snider
    • Paul Spivey
    • Angela Stansberry
    • Scott Sternberger
    • Renay Stuhlsatz
    • Yu-Wen Tang
    • William Vance
    • Brandon Wade
    • E.J. Willard
    • Anna Wishall
    • Jeffrey Wolfington
    • Jason Wright
    • Marti York

~ Magic Flute ~

Cast ~ in order of appearance:

Tamino, a young prince
~ Genaro Mendez

First Lady, attendant to the Queen of the Night
~ Rebecca Luebber

Second Lady, affendant to the Queen olthe Night
~ Desiree Dillon

Third Lady, affendant to the Queen olthe Night
~ Bethany Frerer

Papageno, a bird-catcher
~ David Wallace

The Queen of the Night
~ Angela Stansberry

First Slave
~ Quintin Farmer

Second Slave
~ Adam Blood

Third Slave
~ Rich Lillard

Monostatos, a servant of Samstro
~ Terrence O'Brien

Pamina, daughter of the Queen of the Night
~ Nicole Sikora

First Spirit
~ Laura Hasselquist

Second Spirit
~ Melanie Holt

Third Spirit
~ Katie Woolridge

First Priest of the temple
~ Paul Whetstone

Second Priest of the temple
~ Nicholas Gilmore

Third Priest of the temple
~ Rich Lillard

Sarastro, High Priest of the Sun
~ Michael Richardson

Papagena
~ Rachel Weisensee

Opera Chorus

NEO Choral Director
Mary Susan Whaley

Crowder College Choral Director
Donna Kushner

Heartland Opera Theatre Choral Director
Pam Volkl

  • Soprano
    • Nicole Amonette
    • Bethany Bunch
    • Julie Farmer
    • Rebecca Freader
    • Dara Frerer
    • Jenna Harding
    • Cynthia Hester
    • Chelsie Jackson
    • Quatie Kirkland
    • Rebecca Manion
    • Hannah Marshal
    • Mindy Moon
    • Crystal Suzanne Parker
    • Lacy Powers
    • Maria Settles
  • Alto
    • Leigh Anderson
    • Andrea Eads
    • Angel Grove
    • Ashley Harrison
    • Meagan Humphrey
    • Lucinda Keen
    • Whitney Madrigal
    • Kristina Price
    • Linda Richardson
    • Jessi Stoneberg
    • Gayle Tuck
    • Pam Volkl
    • Alicia Ward
    • Jessica Webb
    • Nazareth Wren
  • Tenor
    • Michael Bell
    • Kevin Dycus
    • Brandon Foster
    • Gerald Tuck
    • Terry Miller
    • Ryan Orrutt
    • Eric Sarlin
    • Scheldon Ward
  • Bass
    • Juston Andrus
    • Michael Bell
    • Gordon Felix
    • Lance Manning
    • Gregory Nuse
    • Cody Platner
    • Roland Schaapveld
    • Robert Schander
    • Kenneth Stark

Dance Students (Pinocchio School of Dance)

Director
Carolyn McGowan

Instructor
Angela Lowe

  • Dancers
    • Nicole Corcoran
    • Karen Eckhardt
    • Melissa Holt
    • Chelsi Lewis
    • Carly Luebber
    • Katy Stockton
  • Chicks
    • Victoria Conroy
    • Cassie De Gonia
    • Hunter Henson
    • Morgan Lammey
    • Andrew McGowan
    • Juliet McGowan
    • Taylor Mondt
    • Makala Pippin
    • Morgan Robbins
    • Brieanna Roberts
    • Esther Russell
    • Mackenzie Tuggle

~ Guests ~

Board of the Friends of the Symphony:

The members of the board of the Friends of the Southeast Kansas Symphony Orchestra for the 2004-2005 season are:

  • Ron Clement - President
  • Patricia Peak - Treasurer
  • Richard Samford - Secretary/Webmaster
  • Stella Hastings - Artistic Director & Conductor
  • Craig Fuchs - Ex-Officio
  • Paul Carlson
  • David Hurley
  • Russell Jones
  • Rebecca Viney

How do I obtain tickets?

Tickets are $7 for adults and $5 for students & senior citizens. Children under 12 are admitted free when accompanied by an adult.

Tickets are available at the door one hour in advance of each concert, may be ordered online, or are available through the PSU Ticket Office. To order by phone, call (620) 235-4796. Telephone orders must be paid by using a Visa card, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express card. Please visit the Ticket Office web site for more information.

All concerts are in the Memorial Auditorium, unless otherwise noted. Programs and venues are subject to change, so please check our individual concert pages for information on each performance, or feel free to contact the PSU Music department at 620-235-4466. You may also contact or Stella Hastings at 620-235-4469 for further information.

Driving Directions

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