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On Sunday, May 22, 2022, the Warren County Music Department presented its Spring Concert, featuring the Jazz Band and the High School Symphonic Band. Band manager David Dingess managed both bands and played drums on a few tracks.

Dingess said: “I want to thank the seniors for their hard work, dedication and understanding during the tough times that kind of robbed us of this special time together, but they made the most of it. Thank you.”

He continued his thanks for the support of the administration throughout the year and the maintenance staff who helped keep the building clean and in good condition for events like today. He also included the Band Boosters for their hard work and financial support. Special thanks to Ken and Donna Evans for their efforts in fundraising for new marching uniforms.

Dingess ended his thanks by saying, “I especially want to thank my wife for all her help and support. Without her, I wouldn’t be able to do what I do. (Sounds like real love.)

Jazz Band members include:

Heath Coe, Brady Donahue, Jim Farris, Daniel Flores, Andrew Grant, Kathleen Grant, Matthew Grant, Jaula Hodges, Trestyn Muterspaw, Margaret Plosh, Mason Polk, Katrina Richi and Ward Sebastian.

Performance selections included:

Chattanooga Choo-Choo, My Funny Valentine, Moondance, a Drum Corp on Parade solo drum performance, Pratt (by James Riggs II), El Gato Gordo, Over the Rainbow and Rock This Town.

Members of the High School Symphonic Band include:

Jason Becker, Kaydria Bennett, Morgan Brown, Heath Coe, James Crowell, Brady Donahue, Jim Farris, Daniel Flores, Andrew Grant, Kathleen Grant, Matthew Grant, Jayla Hodges, Devin Inlow-Mercier, Avayda Kemp, Arthur Kresge, Nicodemus Kozhenevsky, Savannah Mitchell, Trestyn Muterspaw, Connor Payne, Abigail Plosch, Margaret Plosch, Mason Polk, Katrina Riehl, James Riggs II, Sebastian Ward and Tristan Wright.

Performance selections included:

Courage March, a solo performance by Yellow After The Rain, Mitchell Peters (from James Riggs II), Wyndham Variations, Legend of Knife River, Ludlows, a solo piano solo by Margaret Plosch and Maelstrom.


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