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Area students win positions with UW-Whitewater Symphony Orchestra

Area students win positions with UW-Whitewater Symphony Orchestra

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Five Kenosha County students attending the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater have been named to the 2019-20 Whitewater Symphony Orchestra.

Noah Schaffrick, of Kenosha, who is studying music, has been named to the concert master violin section.

Sam Kristiansen, of Kenosha, who is studying music, has been named to the cello section.

Emmett Eifert, of Trevor, who is studying music, has been named to the principal bass section.

Margo Harms, of Kenosha, who is studying music, has been named to the percussion section.

Maggie Hillock, of Kenosha, who is studying music, has been named to the percussion section.

The Whitewater Symphony Orchestra is a full orchestra with sections including strings, woodwinds, brass, and percussion. Students in the orchestra are both music majors and non-music majors who successfully made their way through an audition process into their respective sections.

The orchestra rehearses twice a week and performs two concerts in the fall and two programs in the spring. Every other academic year the orchestra performs on tour. Once or twice a year, the orchestra combines with the chorus to perform at programs such as the annual gala.

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