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

2012-13 Season

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2012 - 2013 Concert season
Great Expectations ~ The Music Awaits

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"Immortal Beethoven"
3:00 p.m., Sep. 23rd, 2012,
Memorial Auditorium
Guest Artists ~ Matthew Herren, cello

~1~ Music of Beethoven & Bruch.
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"Future Stars"
3:00 p.m., Nov. 18 2012,
Memorial Auditorium
Featuring the 2012 Concerto/Aria Winners

~2~ Including music by Bernstein & Tchaikovsky
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"H.M.S. Pinafore"
7:30, Thursday, Feb. 15th, and 3:00 p.m., Sunday, Feb. 17th, 2013
Memorial Auditorium
The Lass That Loved a Sailor.

~3~ Gilbert... and Sullivan
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"Sublime, Passion, & Rhythm"
3:00 p.m., Mar. 14, 2013,
McCray Recital Hall
Music From Around the World

~4~ New and Old Music
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Oratorio Concert
3:00 p.m., Apr. 28th, 2013,
First United Methodist Church
Oratorio to be announced

~5~ A Choral adventure
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~ Other Season Performances ~

Celebrating the American Spirit

More than one performing group, more than one venue!
"Performances celebrate the American spirit" Thursday, Oct. 4th, 2012

Home for the Holidays

A Special Holiday Performance
With the PSU band
Home for the Holidays, December 2, 2012.

Orchestra Personnel

  • Librarian/operations
    • Ernesto Estigarribia
    • Maria V. Goydy

Principals listed first. Names are repeated if musicians perform in multiple sections.

~ Winds ~

  • Flute ~ Piccolo
    • Camdem Beavers
    • Ely Travis
    • Katelyn Maylan
    • Andrea Dinkel
    • Denissa Rivas
  • Oboe
    • Clayton Dunaway
    • David Shafer
    • David Hurley
  • Clarinet
    • Kyle George
    • Kaitlyn Cox
  • Bassoon
    • Megan Gabehart
    • Danica Gibson
    • Bryan Wallraff

~ Brass ~

  • French Horn
    • Natalie Carroll
    • Noey De Leon
    • Carol Deats
    • Ariel Foltz
    • Courtney Smith
  • Trumpet
    • Matt Carter
    • Tom Lawlor
    • Dalton Williams
  • Trombone
    • Chris Goddard
    • Amanda Damewood
    • Cooper Neil
  • Tuba
    • Dana Phurmond

~ Percussion ~

  • General
    • Katie Day
    • Kenny McDougle
    • Salvador Prado
    • Taylor Rea
    • Daniel Warlop
  • Timpani
    • Katie Day
    • Taylor Rea
    • Landon Trotter
  • Piano
    • Cesar A. Sobrin

~ Strings ~

  • Violin I
    • Stephen Gedert, concertmaster
    • Emilia Cárdenas
    • Paul Carlson
    • Rebecca Cutler
    • Johathan Eddie
    • Zsolt Eder
    • Marilyn Layden
    • Rylie Miller
    • Linda Vollen
  • Violin II
    • Anthony Nelson, Principal Second
    • Noelle Amor
    • Zachary Benson
    • Eitel Krohn Burgos
    • Patricia Chen
    • Kyra Jones
    • Rylie Miller
    • Pedro Oviedo
    • Kayla Paxson
    • Jullian Privett
    • Judy Pyle
    • Cody Toll
  • Viola
    • Ernesto Estigarribia
    • Sam Martin
    • Patty Nicholson
    • Gloria Britez Scolari
    • Gene Vollen
  • Cello
    • Maria Victoria Goydy
    • Martha Baxter
    • Megan McCoy
    • Carly Mack
    • Cullen Messer
    • Daniel Munguía
    • William Mitchell
    • Gloria Park
    • Paul Smith
  • Double Bass
    • Dan Bush
    • Richard Samford
    • Zoraida M. Zavala

~ Chorus ~

    • Michael Angel
    • Tomoko Arakawa
    • Alheli Aranda Britez
    • Dani Ayala
    • Alexandria Black
    • Devin Blinn
    • Seth Boyer
    • Benjamin Brand
    • Charles Breedlove
    • Amelia Brightwell
    • Jayson Canton
    • Chi-En Chang
    • Ian Classe
    • Joshua Crown
    • Molly Davis
    • Genile Dennison
    • Josh Donaldson
    • Ashley Dyche
    • Kelsey Easterday
    • Linda Evans
    • Rachel Evans
    • Ariele Foltz
    • Jennifer Ganer
    • Samuel Hardy
    • Richard Harper
    • Stella Hastings
    • Anna Hautaniemi
    • Samuel Haynie
    • Aaron Hayse
    • Timothy Helms
    • Mark Hoffhines
    • Laura Holthus
    • Emma Huskey
    • Alex Jaeger
    • Robert Jenkins
    • Meiling Jin
    • Tyler Jones
    • Charly Jouglet
    • Jee Yeun Kim
    • Ji Eun Kim
    • Mara Knight
    • Katherine Knoles
    • Whitney Kraft
    • Andrea Kratochvil
    • Kuan Wen Lai
    • Susan Laushman
    • Kaylee Lawrence
    • Jung Hee Lee
    • Amy Li
    • Carly Mack
    • Daniel McDill
    • Rico McKay
    • David McTeer
    • Stephen McTeer
    • Cullen Messer
    • Chelsea Montgomery
    • Kathryn Parke
    • Kristina Parsons
    • Megan Peters
    • Aaron Powell
    • Jordan Riggs
    • John Ross
    • Katelyn Roth
    • Jacob Rudolph
    • Halley Sageng
    • Christine Schindler
    • Will Schindler
    • Mary Schmitt
    • Karen Shepherd
    • Sylvia Singmaster
    • Katie Sites
    • Rachel Smith
    • Wyatt Smith
    • Cesar Sobrino
    • Austin Stapleton
    • Nikki Stone
    • Devonta Thomas
    • Taylor Vallier
    • William Vance
    • L.A. Veatch
    • Delani Vogrin
    • Taylor Watkins
    • Rebekah Wells
    • Audra Welty
    • Dalton Williams
    • John Womeldorff
    • Kalee Woody
    • Marti York
    • Madison Youngberg King
    • Yuwan Zhao

~ Guests ~

Board of the Friends of the Symphony:

The members of the board of the Friends of the Southeast Kansas Symphony Orchestra for the 2012-2013 season are:

  • Dr. John Sullivan - President
  • Raúl Antonio Munguía - Artistic Director & Conductor
  • Susan Laushman - Treasurer
  • Richard Samford - Secretary/Webmaster
  • John Ross - Contemporary Music Editor
  • Jon Bartlow
  • Paul Carlson
  • David Hurley
  • Russell Jones
  • Paul Smith

How do I obtain tickets?

Tickets are $7 for adults and $5 for senior citizens. PSU students are admitted free with their student ID. Children 12 and under are admitted free when accompanied by an adult.

Supporters of the Southeast Kansas Symphony are entitled to two free tickets for each of our regular season concerts. More information is available on our Support page.

Tickets are available at the door one hour in advance of each concert, or are available through the PSU Ticket Office, newly re-located to room 137 in the Weede Physical Education Building. 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 Raul Munguia at 620-235-4472 for further information.

Driving Directions

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