The music division at Northeast Group School will host its annual spring live performance this weekend on Sunday, Might 9.
The neighborhood/school band will carry out open air at 2 p.m., within the courtyard, north of the faculty library on the Norfolk campus at 801 E. Benjamin Ave. In case of inclement climate, the occasion will likely be within the Cox Actions Middle Gymnasium.
The Northeast Choir will likely be in live performance at 4 p.m. within the Cox Actions Middle Theatre. Seating will likely be restricted. Social distancing will likely be adopted, and masks are required.
Choices to be carried out by the neighborhood/school live performance band embrace “Bohemian Rhapsody,” by Freddie Mercury and organized by Walter Mertens; “Maple Leaf Rag,” by Scott Joplin and organized by Clifton Jones; “Beethoven’s sixth Symphony, Rhythm of the Winds”; “Vesuvius” by Edward Freytag; and “Rhythm of the Winds” by Franck Erickson.
The band is led by Kevin McLouth, instrumental music teacher/director of instrumental actions at Northeast.
“We’re simply excited to play reside music once more,” McLouth mentioned. “Our plan for the semester had us break the live performance band into 4 smaller teams to permit in-face rehearsal in the course of the pandemic.”
McLouth additionally will direct the choir. Adjunct teacher Kathi Angeroth will direct the strings in addition to accompanying the scholars.
Members of the neighborhood/school live performance band embrace a trumpet choir, woodwind choir, brass choir, a Northeast percussion ensemble and Kapela Cervne, which is Bohemian for Crimson Band.
Bass clarinet: Nathan Ruhrer; bassoon: Melora Hirschman; baritone: Ken Hamsa and Zayne Ruden; baritone saxophone: Ryan Ginn; clarinet: Dani Beyer, Karen Goetsch, Danny Gubbels, Ashlyn Hamilton, Sue Seiler and Jessica Stark; euphonium: Riley Montoya; flute: Carrie Jensen, Annika Johansen, Hannah Maslonka, Virginia Maas, Marie Scheer, Linda Steele and Cait von Lau; horn: Mason Cone, Bryon Hirschman, Christopher Laursen, Pat Leavell; percussion ensemble: Hunter Celesky, Charlie Henkel, Justice Might, Malcolm Opoku, Curtis Stevens, Tory Stevens, Cait von Lau and Jeremy von Lau; tenor sax: Tory Stevens; trombone: Josh Fulton, Randy Neuharth, Levi Suing; trumpet: Chris Asbury, Kelly Asbury, Christalin Ginn, Sarah Harrod, Lynn Mattheis, Les Swanson, Curtis Stevens, Hannah Vokoun and Becky Walter; tuba: Seth Rivest.
Members of Northeast choir embrace:
Taylor Arens, Drake Boyle, Aaliyah Brown, Anthony Bruhn, Madison Burns, Shelby Laird, David McCaffrey, Haylea Schmidt, Grace Sendgraff, Hannah Vokoun and Nolan Whitney.
College students who will accompany the choir with string devices are Joanna Leckband, Annika Johanson and Ethan McCorkle-Dieken.
The live performance is free and open to the general public. Patrons ought to convey garden chairs to the outside live performance.