Students participating in North Dakota Intercollegiate Band

Several members of the University of Jamestown Wind Ensemble will perform in the 13th Annual North Dakota Intercollegiate Band concert at 3 p.m. on Saturday, March 29 at the Fargo North High School Auditorium, 801 17th Ave. N., Fargo. The concert is free and open to the public.

Participants from University of Jamestown are Reid Halvorson (trombone), Williston; Sydney Johnson (alto saxophone), Cambridge, Minn.; Ariel Oster (flute), Wimbledon; Aaron Paulson (trombone), Sebeka, Minn.; Katie Roehm (clarinet), Carpio; Annika Vernon (clarinet), Hazen; and Samantha Wetzel (alto saxophone), Argusville.

The North Dakota Intercollegiate Band will feature 78 student musicians from seven different colleges and universities across North Dakota. This year’s guest conductor is Dr. Jack Stamp, Professor of Music and Chairperson of the Music Department and Director of Band Studies at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Stamp’s compositions have been commissioned and performed by leading military and university bands across the United States.

Also performing on the concert is the 188th Army Band under the direction of 1st Sgt. Bradley D. Reed, Acting Commander.

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