Arts

Winter Jazz and Rock Concert: New World

New World: Jazz and Rock Winter Concert

Thursday, December 7, 2023 at 6:00 pm

Join us for New World, a celebration of our student musicians, on Thursday, December 9, starting at 6:00 pm in the Fitzsimmons Black Box Theater!  

We'll feature performances from the Jazz Band, Rock Band, and House Band. 

Admission is free! Seating is first come, first served. We hope to see you there!

Student Musicians

Directed by Daniel Reiter

Jazz Band
Ren Crenshaw '24
Yuvi Dekel '27
Flip Kimball '24
Katie Kirkish '27 
Tamar Knuth '26
Kalev Kraus '27
Miles McKibben '24
Levi Mehl '27

Rock Band (Tuesday)
Rio Brown '26
Sierra DeGeorgey '26
Liam Kramer '27
Brendan Li '26
Pen Malone '26
My Mangahas '24
Gus Miller '26
Jakob Monterrey Seitchick '27
Anna Schock '24
Tam Serber '24
Chad Smith '25
Summer Weiner '26

Rock Band (Friday) 

Sierra DeGeorgey '26
Zach Fuette '24
Ace Knox '26
Liam Kramer '27
My Mangahas '24
Gus Miller '26
Avery Novograd '25
Malaya Park '26
Mikaela Resch '26

House Band
Elija Borjon '26
Maddie Felton '24
Calliope Goodrich '26
Dane Hansen '25
Lulu Kimball '26
Calvin Schaeffer '26
Max Schottenfeld '26
Ben Wrightsman '26



 
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