Catonsville and Lansdowne High students in honors concert

October 28, 2012

Area high school students to perform in honors concert at Morgan State

Several musicians from Lansdowne High School and Catonsville High School are to be among more than 270 students from county public schools who will perform during the annual Baltimore County Public Schools High School Honors Concert Nov. 12 at Morgan State University.

The concert will begin at 7:30 p.m. and include performances by the county's honors orchestra, chorus, and band.

Catonsville students in the honors band are: Alex Burinsky (bassoon); Connor Stuart-Paul (clarinet), Jillian Takeno (clarinet) and Meera Kesavan (clarinet); Max Adams (french horn); Clare Flynn (flute); Brandon Dixon (trombone); Nate Lesnevich (trumpet).

Lansdowne High's Jaclyn Baublitz sings soprano and Isaac Saunders is a tenor in the honors chorus.

Catonsville students in the honors chorus are: alto, Kelly Reymann; bass, Gregory Lane and Mason Klompus; sopranos Claire Cerand, Mackenzie Drehoff, Ashley Lane and Kyra Parke-Davison.

Lansdowne High's Danielle Sinclair (violin 1) in the honors orchestra.

Catonsville students in the honors orchestra are: Natasha Fu (cello), Myles Mitchener (cello), Gillian Gonder (cello); Jeremy Davis (string bass) and Joe Koenig (string bass); Jocelyn MacAleese (viola) and Gino Abellanosa (viola); Jasmine Chyou (violin 1); Elena Zink (violin II).

Alternates are Lansdowne High student Wongun Yu (percussion-band) and Catonsville High's Grace Horner (oboe-band), Jewel Bowden (soprano-chorus), David Gevarter (violin II-orchestra) and Sherry Wang (violin II-orchestra).

The honors orchestra will be conducted by Jeri Lynne Johnson, music director of the Black Pearl Chamber Orchestra.

Dr. Michael Martin, associate professor at Methodist University, will conduct the honors chorus.

The conductor for the honors band will be Dr. Robert Carnochan, associate professor at the University of Texas.

The concert is free but tickets are required due to limited seating.

To reserve tickets, e-mail

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