MIHS band students advance to state Solo and Ensemble contest

Mercer Island High School band students had 27 winners and alternates in 16 categories.

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Mercer Island High School band students had 27 winners and alternates in 16 categories at the regional Eastshore Solo and Ensemble festival held Saturday, Jan. 20 at Bellevue College. The winners qualify to compete at the WIAA/WMEA State Solo and Ensemble Contest in Ellensburg April 27-28.

Mallets: Winner, Ben Roe; 1st Alternate, Andrew Motz

Snare: Winner, Andrew Motz; 2nd Alternate, Otto Sharples

Oboe: 2nd Alternate, Katherine Gelsey

Bassoon: 2nd Alternate, Bridget Navarro

Clarinet: Winner, Lauren Nakatsu; 1st Alternate, Bram Schenck; 2nd Alternate, David Wei

Bass Clarinet: Winner, Sam Bailey

Soprano & Alto Sax: Winner, Charlie Rinzler

French Horn: Winner, Kathryn Ristuben

Timpani: Andrew Motz

Trumpet: Winner, Tommy Latkowski; 1st Alternate, Aidan Rosenbaum; 2nd Alternate, Hannah Gaugush

Trombone: 1st Alternate, Tynan McGee; 2nd Alternate, Jack Price

Euphonium: 2nd Alternate Kate Panza

Tuba: Winner, William Price; 1st Alternate, Connor Hill; 2nd Alternate, Daniel Kurt

Woodwind Large Ensemble: Winner, MIHS Wind Ensemble Woodwind Sextet; 1st Alternate, MIHS Clarinet Choir; 2nd Alternate MIHS Root Beer Flute

Percussion. Duo; 1st Alternate, Mercer Island

Small Woodwind Ensemble: Winner, MIHS Bundlestick

Small Brass Ensemble: Winner, MIHS Ristuben Horn Duet

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