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LLHS at 2020 WSMA District Festival
*1 (18) - Percussion Ensemble; Ella Collins/piano solo; Emma Berg / Musical Theater; Elizabeth Isham / piano solo; Emma Berg / Soprano solo; Gil Haw / Trombone solo; Jack DePrey-Isaac Winters-Jonah Heyerholm / Piano Trio; Katelyn McGurk / French Horn solo; Madelyn Plitzuweit / Piano solo; Jack DePrey / Piano solo; Cody Gumz / Drum Set Solo; Elizabeth Isham-Sarah Ulsberger-Jada Gresens / Piano Trio; Jada Gresens / Piano solo; Hannah Meyer / Musical Theater; Benjamin Kasper / Drum Set Solo; Hannah Meyer / Soprano solo; Elijah Wohling / Marimba Solo; Aaron Fritz / Euphonium solo.
1st (11) - Emma Schultz / piano solo; Calvin Geerdts / Trumpet solo; Jonah Heyerholm / piano solo; Caroline Schulz / flute solo; Trevor Holzhueter / Snare Drum solo; Evelyn Schauer / Oboe solo; Grace Thomas / Alto Sax solo; Natalie Raymond / piano solo; Manuel Iglesias / Flute solo; Megan Grambsch-Audrey Meier / Flute duet; Aree Huwe / Bassoon solo
Class C (7 entries)
1st (3) - Emma Horn-Kendall Lemke / piano duet; Elizabeth Brudos / piano solo; Grace Korth- Natalie Raymond / piano duet
State WSMA 2019
Lakeside Lutheran musicians medal at 2019 WSMA State Festival
At the WSMA State solo/ensemble festival at UW-Whitewater on April 27, 14 Lakeside entries involving more than 50 student musicians received first or second place medals.
Eight of those 14 state-qualifying entries earned a first, including the Warrior Percussion Ensemble and Swing Choir. In individual performances, six students were awarded a first. Soprano solos: Emma Berg, Olivia Fregien, Ashley Valerio; piano solos: Madelyn Plitzuweit and Ella Collins; and musical theater: Olivia Fregien.
Taking a second included the Jazz Ensemble. In individual performances, five students were awarded a second. Piano solos: Abby Buxa, Riley Schulz, and Madelaine Triebold; musical theater: Sophie Griffin; and marimba solo: Elijah Wohling.
To be eligible for State competition, the musicians were required to perform musical selections at Class A difficulty level, and earn a starred first rating at the WSMA District Festival held in February.