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Nearly three dozen freshmen to perform in KMEA honor band

The 2021-22 KMEA District 7 9th Grade Honor Band features over 30 talented musicians from Fayette County Public Schools. They will perform at 11:30 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 8, at Great Crossing High School in Georgetown (120 Betsy Way). Congratulations to all these freshmen!

Flute

  • Lex Elliott, Paul Laurence Dunbar
  • Audrey Elser, Dunbar
  • Grace Honaker, STEAM Academy
  • Jackeline Leyva Martinez, Tates Creek High School
  • Bei Bei Sheng, Dunbar

Oboe

  • Jiyaa Pandya, Frederick Douglass High School
  • Nikan Rosenau, Dunbar

Bassoon

  • Brewer Conley, Dunbar
  • Una O’Leary, Dunbar

Clarinet

  • Parker Alford, Tates Creek
  • Luke Hill, Douglass
  • Koko Ippongi, Douglass
  • Marc Kim, Dunbar
  • Daniel Lee, Dunbar
  • Natalie Liu, Dunbar
  • Tristan Martin, Dunbar
  • Kailyn Mendoza, Tates Creek
  • Brooke Robinson, Dunbar
  • Siddhi Viswanath, Dunbar

Alto saxophone

  • Nick Crawford, Dunbar
  • Jerry Young, Tates Creek

Trumpet

  • Judah Engel, Dunbar
  • Jacob Henz, Bryan Station High School
  • Patrick Real, Bryan Station
  • Antonio Tavarez, STEAM Academy 

Euphonium

  • Kevin Gardner, Tates Creek
  • Isaac Phillips, Dunbar

Tuba

  • Jackie Robinson, Bryan Station

Percussion

  • Carl Eversole, Bryan Station
  • Jack Incorporated, Dunbar
  • Leo Thorson, Dunbar

Source: Amanda Herceg, band director at Beaumont Middle School and Rosa Parks Elementary

Contact: District 7 President Michael Payne, at Bryan Station High School

Online: Kentucky Music Educators Association


(Posted Jan. 5, 2022)