Jazz Ensemble to Perform at Midwest Clinic
LHS is only the fifth Missouri high school ever to be invited to perform at the clinic..
The LHS Jazz Ensemble meets daily and is directed by David Wyss. The Jazz Ensemble has a long tradition of performing in front of local, state and national audiences.
The Ensemble has performed in front of an audience of 8,000 educators at the 2009 National School Board Association Conference, for a room full of the country’s best directors at the Tournament of Roses Director’s Breakfast in 2010 and has participated in numerous Jazz competitions.
The Jazz Ensemble always impresses and amazes its audiences with Lindbergh students’ exceptional talent.
Missouri All-State Audition Results – 2014/2015
Zachary Foulks (11)- 1st chair Clarinet
Asher Harris (10)- 9th chair Clarinet
Matthew Reveal (10)- 10th chair Clarinet
Melissa Frisch (10)- 17th chair Clarinet
Aaron Weatherby (10)- 6th chair Trumpet
Kennedy Sabin (11)- 1st Trumpet
Johnny Weber (12)- 2nd Trumpet
Alex Mullins (10)- Bass Trombone
Justin Woods (12)- Guitar
Mike Mullins (9)- Drum Set
All-State Band Honorable Mention
Taylor Alicea (11)- Clarinet
Samantha Sample (10)- Clarinet
Molly Stolze (11)- Clarinet
William Goetz (10)- Trombone
Alex Lucarz (12)- Trumpet
Brooklyn Banning (10)- Tuba
Andrew Senol (12)- Tuba
All-State Jazz Alternate
Steven Johnson (12)- Alto Sax
Tallis Lockos (12)- Bass Trombone
Michael Bock (11)- Drum Set
Drew Jacobs (12)- Trombone
All-State Jazz Honorable Mention
Matt Reveal (10)- Alto Sax
Andrew Senol (12)- Trombone
LHS All-Suburban Band Results 2014-2015
Congratulations to the 47 students from Lindbergh High School that were selected to the 2014-2015 All-Suburban Jazz and Concert Bands!
Here are a few statistics from the results:
- *7 Lindbergh students earned first chair
- 6 students from Lindbergh made both concert and jazz band
- 57% of the Lindbergh students that auditioned were selected
- 70% of the Lindbergh students that auditioned were selected as either a member or an alternate
- 70% of all students who auditioned for the All Suburban Jazz and Concert Bands were selected from Lindbergh!
The following Lindbergh students were selected:
All-Suburban Concert Band Members:
Anna Pearl Wright, 12 – Flute (2nd chair) Elma Kuduzovic, 12 – Flute (Alternate 1) Katie Mootz, 12 – Oboe (3rd chair) Josh Guehring, 9 – Bassoon (4th chair) Zach Foulks, 11 – Clarinet (1st chair) Matt ReVeal, 10 – Clarinet (2nd chair) Melissa Frisch, 10 – Clarinet (4th chair) Asher Harris, 10 – Clarinet (5th chair) Leah Anderson-Little, 10 – Clarinet (10th chair) Kendall DeHart, 12 – Clarinet (14th chair) Samantha Sample, 10 – Clarinet (15th chair) Taylor Alicea, 11 – Clarinet (21st chair) Molly Stolze, 11 – Clarinet (24th chair) Molly Farrell, 11 – Bass Clarinet (4th chair) Kaitlyn Hoevelmann, 10 – Tenor Sax (1st chair) Alex Lucarz, 12 – Trumpet (5th chair) Kennedy Sabin, 11 – Trumpet (chose jazz) Aaron Weatherby, 10 – Trumpet (9th chair) Ian Smith, 12 – Trumpet (chose jazz) Will Goetz, 10 – Trombone (4th chair) Drew Jacobs, 12 – Trombone (chose jazz) Alex Mullins, 10 – Trombone (chose jazz) Jacob Dairaghi, 9 – Baritone (alternate 2) Brooklyn Banning, 10 – Tuba (2nd chair) Andrew Senol, 12 – Tuba (chose jazz)
All-Suburban Jazz Band Members:
Steven Johnson, 12 – 1st Alto Sax Matt ReVeal, 10 – 2nd Alto Sax (chose concert) Jon Mullins, 10 – Tenor Sax (alternate 1) Zach Foulks, 11 – Tenor Sax (alternate 2) Claire Vogl, 11 – Bari Sax (alternate) Kennedy Sabin, 11 – 1st Trumpet Ian Smith, 12 – 2nd Trumpet Johnny Weber, 12 – 3rd Trumpet Alex Lucarz, 12 – Trumpet (alternate 2) Drew Jacobs, 12 – 2nd Trombone Andrew Senol, 12 – 3rd Trombone Will Goetz, 10 – Trombone (alternate 1) Alex Mullins, 10 – Bass Trombone Tallis Lockos, 12 – Bass Trombone (alternate) Justin Woods, 12 – Guitar Amanda Meyer, 10 – Bass (alternate) Michael Mullins, 9 – Drum Set Michael Bock, 11 – Drum Set (alternate)
You can see the All-Suburban Band and Jazz Bands perform on
Sunday, January 11 at Ladue High School. The concert begins at 2PM
Marching in Savannah and Beyond
WE BRING HONOR TO THE COMMUNITY
The band was selected from hundreds of applicants world-wide as one of 22 participating bands. The band showcased its style as it paraded the five and a half-mile parade route down the famed Colorado Boulevard, representing St. Louis and the state of Missouri to the world!
The Spirit of St Louis Marching Band has had the honor of performing in numerous events both in the local St Louis area as well as in other parts of the world. The band has performed at the Paris Air Show, in London, England, at the King Kamehameha Parade in Honolulu, and the World Series Champion Parades.
The band continues to represent the “Spirit of St. Louis” both near and far.
Participating in our many Fund-Raisers, Sponsorships, Corporate Partnerships, and Personal Donation opportunities available through the Bandstanders organization are tax deductible under our 501(c)(3)charter.