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PERFORMANCE SCHEDULEDayFriday, 4/20/18Friday, 4/20/18Friday, 4/20/18Friday, 4/20/18Friday, 4/20/18Friday, 4/20/18Warm-Up9:55 AM10:20 AM10:45 AM11:10 AM11:35 AM12:00 PMPerformance10:20 AM10:45 AM11:10 AM11:35 AM12:00 PM12:25 PMClass4AA-3AA-3AA-3AA-3AA-3ASchoolSt. Michael's High School 7th-12th Grade Concert BandRehoboth Christian School BandTucumcari High School 7th-12th Grade BandCapitan Schools 8th-12th Grade Concert BandCloudcroft Municipal Schools 7th-12th Grade BandCimarron High School Wind EnsembleFriday, 4/20/18Friday, 4/20/18Friday, 4/20/18Friday, 4/20/18Friday, 4/20/18Friday, 4/20/181:15 PM1:45 PM2:15 PM2:45 PM3:15 PM3:45 PM1:45 PM2:15 PM2:45 PM3:15 PM3:45 PM4:15 PM5A5A5A5A5A5AAlamogordo High School Wind EnsembleLos Alamos High School Wind EnsembleGrants High School Concert BandDeming High School Symphonic BandArtesia High School Concert BandChaparral High School Wind EnsembleFriday, 4/20/18Friday, 4/20/18Friday, 4/20/18Friday, 4/20/18Friday, 4/20/18Friday, 4/20/18Friday, 4/20/184:30 PM5:00 PM5:30 PM6:00 PM6:30 PM7:00 PM7:30 PM5:00 PM5:30 PM6:00 PM6:30 PM7:00 PM7:30 PM8:00 PM6A6A6A6A6A6A6ASanta Fe High School Wind EnsembleManzano High School Wind EnsemblePiedra Vista High School Concert BandClovis High School Wind SymphonyVolcano Vista High School Symphonic BandV. Sue Cleveland High School Wind SymphonyLa Cueva High School Wind SymphonyDaySaturday, 4/21/18Saturday, 4/21/18Saturday, 4/21/18Saturday, 4/21/18Warm-Up9:55 AM10:30 AM10:55 AM11:20 AMPerformance10:25 AM10:55 AM11:20 AM11:55 AMClass5A4A4A4ASaturday, 4/21/18Saturday, 4/21/18Saturday, 4/21/18Saturday, 4/21/1812:45 PM1:15 PM1:45 PM2:15 PM1:15 PM1:45 PM2:15 PM2:45 PM5A5A5A5ASt. Pius X High School Concert BandBelen High School Intensity Concert BandLos Lunas High School Wind EnsembleKirtland Central High School Wind EnsembleSaturday, 4/21/18Saturday, 4/21/183:30 PM4:00 PM4:00 PM4:30 PM5A5ALovington High School Symphonic BandValencia High School Wind SymphonySaturday, 4/21/18Saturday, 4/21/184:45 PM5:15 PM5:15 PM5:45 PM6A6ASandia High School Wind EnsembleLas Cruces High School Wind SymphonySchoolSanta Teresa High School Symphonic BandSilver High School BandCobre High School Concert BandRobertson High School Red Wave BandAwards Ceremony to take place upon conclusion of the last ensemble's performance; approximate start time of 6:30 PM

Performing Ensembles by ClassificationClass A-3A BandsCapitan Schools 8th-12th Grade Concert BandDirector: DuWayne ShaverMusic Selections:· March of the Buccaneers – Victor Flowers· The Rowan Tree – Randall D. Standridge· Amber Moon – Naoya WadaCimarron High School Wind EnsembleDirector: Pamela TowryMusic Selections:· Declaration Overture – Claude T. Smith· A Hymn for Band – Hugh Stuart· Rio Bravo Concert March – John EdmondsonCloudcroft Municipal Schools 7th-12th Grade BandDirector: Pat GaskillMusic Selections:· Under the Double Eagle – arr. Swearingen· Danny Boy – arr. Balent· Drammatico –DaehnRehoboth Christian School BandDirector: Kevin ZwiersMusic Selections:· Red From Krisanna’s Colors – Robert W. Smith· Blue From Krisanna’s Colors – Robert W. Smith· The Red Cape – James MeredithTucumcari High School 7th-12th Grade BandDirector: Paul GibsonMusic Selections:· The High School Cadets – John Philip Sousa/Harold Gore· An Irish Air – Robert Sheldon· Portrait of a Clown – Frank TicheliClass 4A BandsCobre High School Concert BandDirector: Chuck GerheartMusic Selections:· Chimes of Liberty – Goldman/Custer· Falling Leaves – John Fannin· Anthem for Winds and Percussion – Claude T. SmithRobertson High School Red Wave BandDirector: Martin SenaMusic Selections:· Flying Cadets (March) – Karl King/James Swearingen· Celtic Lullaby – Todd Phillips· Pilatus: Mountain of Dragons – Steven Reineke/Matt Conaway

Silver High School BandDirector: Jonathan WheatleyMusic Selections:· Celebration – Standridge· Down a Country Lane – Copland· Festivo – GregsonSt. Michael’s Middle/High School 7th-12th Grade Concert BandDirector: Dorothy KincaidMusic Selections:· Darklands March – Randall Standridge· Highlander Lullaby – arr. David Myers· Blind Brook Celebration – Michael StoryClass 5A BandsAlamogordo High School Wind EnsembleDirector: Shamlan Al-MasoudMusic Selections:· Ecstatic Fanfare – Steven Bryant· Seal Lullaby – Eric Whitacre· Vesuvius – Frank TicheliArtesia High School Concert BandDirector: Lisa DillonMusic Selections:· Pepita Greus – Chovil Gore· Shenandoah – Frank Ticheli· The Hounds of Spring – ReedBelen High School “Intensity” Concert BandDirector: Robert A. SchulzMusic Selections:· Alamo March – Karl L. King/arr. James Swearingen· Joy Revisited – Frank Ticheli· Sinfonia VI (The Four Elements) – Timothy BroegeChaparral High School Wind EnsembleDirector: Adrian RiosMusic Selections:· Big Circus March – Robert Foster· In the Shining of the Stars – Robert Sheldon· Abracadabra – Frank TicheliDeming High School Symphonic BandDirector: Sam VillarrealMusic Selections:· Rephygeration – Todd Stalter· Walls of Zion – Greg Danner· First Suite for Bands: Mvts. I, III, IV – Alfred Reed

Grants High School Concert BandDirector: William GrinerMusic Selections:· In A New Light – Chris Bernotas· In Endless Song – Robert Lowry, arr. Randall Standridge· Cincinnatus March – H.A. Vandercook, arr. Mark GrauerKirtland Central High School Wind EnsembleDirector: Deanna StevensMusic Selections:· Coast Guard’s March – Karl King, arr. James Swearingen· Southern Hymn – Samuel Hazo· Sun Cycles – Brian BalmagesLos Alamos High School Wind EnsembleDirector: Zane MeekMusic Selections:· Emperata Overture – Claude T. Smith· Song for Lyndsay – Andrew Boysen Jr.· Chorale and Shaker Dance – John ZdechlikLos Lunas High School Wind EnsembleDirector: Mariko McWhorterMusic Selections:· Amparito Roca – Jaime Texidor, arr. Aubrey Winter· Afterlife – Rossano Galante· Arabesque – Samuel HazoLovington High School Symphonic BandDirector: Adam BryantMusic Selections:· Rat Race – Weirich· From Russia With Music – arr. James K. Taylor· Brighton Camp March – StandridgeSanta Teresa High School Symphonic BandDirector: Daniel LozanoMusic Selections:· Rough Riders – Karl King, arr. James Swearingen· Lux Aurumque – Eric Whitacre· Abracadabra – Frank TicheliSt. Pius X High School Concert BandDirector: Keith JordanMusic Selections:· March of the Belgian Paratroopers – Leeman/Story· Risk Everything for a Dream – Richard Saucedo· Venom – Randall StandridgeValencia High School Wind SymphonyDirector: Anthony BacaMusic Selections:· March from Symphonic Metamorphosis – Paul Hindemith, arr. Keith Wilson· Into Moonlight’s Mist – Richard Saucedo· Danzas Cubanas – Robert Sheldon

Class 6A BandsClovis High School Wind SymphonyDirector: Bill AllredMusic Selections:· Black Horse Troop - John Philip Sousa, ed. Fennell· Symphonic Metamorphosis of Themes by Carl Maria von Weber - Paul Hindeueth, arr. Keith Wilson1. Allegro 2. Turandot 3. Andantino 4. MarschLa Cueva High School Wind SymphonyDirector: John ConverseMusic Selections:· The Pines of Rome – Ottorino Respighi, trans. Duckero Pines of Villa Borgheseo Pines Near a Catacombo Pines of the Janiculumo Pines of the Appian WayLas Cruces High School Wind SymphonyDirector: Joseph FloresMusic Selections:· Pas Redouble – Camille Saint-Saens, trans. Arthur Frackenpohl· Song for Lyndsay – Andrew Boysen Jr.· Shepherd’s Hey – Percy Grainger, ed. Mark RogersManzano High School Wind EnsembleDirector: Phil PerezMusic Selections:· Choreography – Robert Sheldon· Sheltering Sky – John Mackey· River of Life – Steve ReinekePiedra Vista High School Concert BandDirector: Philip Meda and Alexander OlivasMusic Selections:· The Fairest of The Fair – John Philip Sousa· Fantasy on a Japanese Folk Song – Samuel Hazo· Flashing Winds – Jan Von Der RoostSandia High School Wind EnsembleDirector: Tyler NorthMusic Selections:· Emblem of Unity – J.J. Richards· Tears of St. Lawrence – Aaron Perrine· Baron Piquant on Pointe – Donald Grantham Color/Bob MargolisSanta Fe High School Wind EnsembleDirector: Robert ChrismanMusic Selections:· Prestissimo – Karl A. King/James Swearingen· Here, Take This Lovely Flower – Frank Ticheli· Scramble – Todd Stalter

V. Sue Cleveland High School Wind SymphonyDirector: Daniel HolmesMusic Selections:· Invercargill March – Lithgow/Glover· Song for Lyndsay – Boysen Jr.· Shadow Rituals – Michael MarkowskiVolcano Vista High School Symphonic BandDirector: Paul BlakeyMusic Selections:· Symphony No. 1 “The Lord of the Rings” I. Gandalf – Johan de Meij· Hold this Boy and Listen – Carter Pann· Four Scottish Dances – Malcolm Arnold, arr. John P. PaynterAdjudicators’ BiographiesPreston Hazzard (Texas) – Mr. Preston Hazzard received his academic training at HowardPayne University and the University of North Texas respectively. He currently serves as theAssistant Director of Fine Arts for the Frisco Independent School District. A native of Euless,Texas, Mr. Hazzard grew up under the tutelage of Tom Neugent at Trinity High School.While at HPU, Mr. Hazzard studied conducting with Dr. Robert Tucker and Dr. Tom Webster.He completed his graduate degree in wind conducting at the University of North Texas withMr. Dennis Fisher and Mr. Eugene Migliaro Corporon in 2006. Prior to coming to becomingan administrator, Mr. Hazzard served as an assistant director at both Hedrick Middle Schooland Marcus High School (Lewisville Independent School District) and as the director of bands at Denton HighSchool, Frisco High School, Creekview High School, and Liberty High School. As an active member of TMEA,Mr. Hazzard has served as the band division chair, region vice president, and president. In 2003, the DentonHigh School Wind Ensemble was selected to perform at the Bands of America National Concert Band Festivalin Indianapolis, Indiana and in 2005 was selected as a state finalist in the Texas Music Educators AssociationHonor Band competition. The Creekview High School Wind Symphony was also recognized as the TexasMusic Educators Association Honor Band finalist for 2010-2011. The Creekview Wind Symphony alsoperformed at the 65th Annual Midwest Band and Orchestra Clinic in 2011. In addition, the Creekview HighSchool Wind Symphony was recognized as a National Winner in the Wind Band Honors Mark of Excellenceprogram in 2009. Under Mr. Hazzard’s direction, the Liberty High School Wind Ensemble was also recognizedas the Texas Music Educators Association honor Band finalist for 2012-2013. Mr. Hazzard is an active clinicianand adjudicator throughout Texas. In addition, Mr. Hazzard is a composer and arranger. Performances of hismarching band arrangements and original compositions are performed by some of the top bands throughoutthe state of Texas. His newest works O Nata Lux (2010), Ave Mara (2011), and Zanzibar Boat-Song (2014) haverecently been published by the Hal Leonard Corporation. Throughout the year, Mr. Hazzard stays very activeas a team building and leadership consultant and writer. Mr. Hazzard’s professional affiliations include theTexas Music Adjudicators Association, Texas Music Administrators Conference, Texas Music EducatorsAssociation, Texas Bandmasters Association, and Ph Beta Mu. He is married to Whitney, a saxophone privateteacher in the DFW area. They have two daughters, Caitlyn and Lauren and a son, Cameron.

Adam Kehl (North Carolina) – Dr. Adam Kehl currently serves as Director of Bands, AssistantProfessor of Music at Elon University in Elon, NC, where he conducts the wind ensemble andchamber winds, directs the athletic bands and teaches courses in music education. Originallyfrom the Pacific Northwest, Dr. Kehl holds Bachelor of Music degrees in Music Education andPercussion Performance from the University of Oregon, a Master of Music in conductingfrom the University of New Mexico, and a Doctorate of Musical Arts in conducting from theUniversity of South Carolina. He previously served as a high school band director in thepublic schools of California and is active as a clinician, adjudicator, guest conductor and musicarranger around the United States. Dr. Kehl has completed three musical tours abroad, including tours inChina and Italy, and served as an Associate Producer on the USC Wind Ensemble’s critically acclaimed“Bernstein: The Transcriptions for Wind Band” for Naxos Records. He maintains an active research agendafocusing on the study and creation of historically accurate critical editions of the wind music of the FrenchRevolution, as well as Laban Movement Analysis and its usage in conducting pedagogy, score study andensemble rehearsals. A keen advocate for new music and creative programming, as well as inter-artscollaboration, his recent projects include, "A Little Song and Dance," a collaboration with the Elon DanceProgram, and “Mozart in Popular Culture,” an exploration of the use of Mozart’s “Gran Partita” in televisionand film. He is actively involved in bringing new works to life through commissioning and conductingpremieres, including works by Adrienne Albert, Donald Grantham, Kevin Walczyk, David Clay Mettens, CarterPann, Todd Coleman, Ted King-Smith, David Garner, Nick Omiccioli and Aaron Perrine. Dr. Kehl holdsmemberships in the College Band Directors National Association, National Band Association, North CarolinaMusic Educators Association, North Carolina Band Director’s Association, and NAfME.Todd Zimbelman (Oregon) – Mr. Zimbelman is the Director of Bands and Co-Director ofthe Symphony Orchestra at West Salem High School in the Salem-Keizer School District(OR). Mr. Zimbelman has held Director of Bands and Associate Director of Bands positionsat the high school and college levels in Oregon and Texas. He holds bachelor and masterof music degrees from the University of Oregon. Mr. Zimbelman has been recognized forthe School Band and Orchestra magazine’s Top 50 directors that make a difference, theClaes Nobel’s Educator of Distinction, and the Oregon Symphony’s Music Educator of theYear. The West Salem Wind Ensemble has performed at several national and internationalmusic festivals and conferences. Some highlights include the Oregon Music Education Association StateConference, NAfME Northwest Convention, Western International Band Clinic, and the Pacific BasinInternational Music Festival in Honolulu, HI. The West Salem Wind Ensemble placed 1st at the OSAA State 6AConcert Band Championships the past eight years; Jazz Bands and Marching Band have also placed among thetop in their divisions. The West Salem Marching Band is the NWAPA Grand Champion the past six years and isthe 2017 Bands of America Northern California Regional Champion. Students under his direction are regularlyselected for honor bands at All-City, All-State, All-Northwest, and the state OMEA Chamber Ensemble andOSAA State Solo contests. Arrangements and compositions by Mr. Zimbelman have been performedinternationally. His Winds Technique Books I and II are used by several programs across the United States. Heis an active adjudicator and clinician. He is a member of the American Bandmasters Association, College BandDirectors National Association, National Association for Music Educators, National Band Association, OregonBand Director’s Association, Oregon Music Education Association, and Phi Beta Mu. Mr. Zimbelman iscurrently the President of the Oregon Music Education Association.

NMAA State Concert Band Contest Past ChampionsYear2005HostLos Lunas High School2006Los Lunas High School2007Cibola High School2008Cibola High School2009Los Lunas High School2010Los Lunas High School2011Cleveland High School2012Cleveland High School2013Cleveland High School2014Atrisco Heritage roft High SchoolCobre High SchoolDeming High SchoolEldorado High SchoolRio Rancho Mid HighManzano Vista Middle SchoolCloudcroft High SchoolCobre High SchoolDeming High SchoolEldorado High SchoolYucca Junior HighMadison Middle SchoolCimarron High SchoolCobre High SchoolKirtland Central High SchoolCibola High SchoolClovis 9th GradeMadison Middle SchoolCimarron High SchoolCobre High SchoolDeming High School & Los Alamos High School (tie)Eldorado High SchoolSt. Michael’s Junior HighManzano Vista Middle SchoolCimarron High SchoolSt. Michael’s High SchoolLos Alamos High SchoolOñate High SchoolSt. Michael’s Junior HighEisenhower Middle SchoolCimarron High SchoolCobre High SchoolDeming High SchoolLa Cueva High SchoolManzano Vista Middle SchoolCimarron High SchoolCobre High SchoolLos Alamos High SchoolLa Cueva High SchoolEisenhower Middle SchoolCimarron High SchoolCobre High SchoolDeming High SchoolSandia High SchoolEisenhower Middle SchoolCapitan High School & Rehoboth Christian SchoolCobre High SchoolDeming High SchoolEldorado High SchoolLBJ Middle SchoolCimarron High SchoolCobre High SchoolDeming High SchoolClovis High School

Year2015HostCleveland High School2016Cleveland High School2017Cleveland High mpionsEisenhower Middle SchoolCimarron High SchoolCobre High SchoolValencia High SchoolDeming High SchoolEisenhower Middle SchoolRehoboth Christian SchoolCobre High School & Silver High School (tie)Centennial High SchoolDeming High SchoolEisenhower Middle SchoolCloudcroft High SchoolSilver High SchoolDeming High SchoolLa Cueva High SchoolState Concert Band Contest Thank-You’sThe New Mexico Activities Association would like to thank the host of the 2018 State Concert Band Contest, V.Sue Cleveland High School and Rio Rancho Public Schools. We thank you for your willingness to work with usand to provide a wonderful venue for the State Concert Band Contest participants in our state. A specialthanks to:Keith Abrahamson, Fine Arts/Theater Tech – Cleveland High SchoolScott Affentranger, Principal – Cleveland High SchoolDr. Sue Cleveland, Superintendent – Rio Rancho Public SchoolsDebbie Fleming, Director of Fine Arts for Rio Rancho Public SchoolsMr. Daniel Holmes, Band Director – Cleveland High SchoolWe would like to thank the Cleveland High School Concert Band and Theater Tech Classes for serving asrunners, ensemble escorts and stage crew for the contest. A special thank you to the Rio Rancho Conventionand Visitors Bureau for their sponsorship of this event. This event would not be possible without all of you!

1. Allegro 2. Turandot 3. Andantino 4. Marsch La Cueva High School Wind Symphony Director: John Converse Music Selections: The Pines of Rome – Ottorino Respighi, trans. Ducker o Pines of Villa Borghese o Pines Near a Catacomb o Pines of the Janiculum o Pines of the Appian Way Las Cruces High School Wind Symphony Director: Joseph Flores

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