Trombone Ensemble to play national anthem at July 2 Twins-Yankees gameJune 27, 2013
EAU CLAIRE — The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Trombone Ensemble will perform "The Star-Spangled Banner" July 2 at Target Field in Minneapolis at the Minnesota Twins baseball game against the New York Yankees.
Twins staff expect more than 30,000 people to attend the game, said Dr. Phillip Ostrander, Trombone Ensemble director. The game begins at 7:10 p.m.
The following students make up the Trombone Ensemble:
- Garret Aalfs, a sophomore instrumental music education major from Waconia, Minn.;
- David Behm, a senior instrumental music education major from Rosemount, Minn.;
- Henry Bergmann, a junior liberal arts music major from Minneapolis, Minn.;
- Christopher Caine, a senior applied instrumental music major from Duluth, Minn.;
- Timothy Caturia, a junior liberal arts music major from Menomonie;
- Guy Dee, a senior instrumental music education major from Eau Claire;
- Caleb Domeyer, a junior applied instrumental music major from River Falls;
- Corey Feiock, a senior computer science major from Eagan, Minn.;
- Abigail Frawley, a senior psychology major from Eagan, Minn.;
- Matthew Halverson, a sophomore instrumental music education major from Cameron;
- Tyler Henderson, a junior journalism major from Sheboygan;
- Collin Hough, a junior instrumental music education major from Farmington, Minn.;
- Colin Marusek, a senior applied instrumental music major from Arlington Heights, Ill.;
- Robyn McFaul, a sophomore nursing major from New London;
- Logan Wallace, a freshman undeclared major from Eau Claire; and
- Peter Winslow, a sophomore journalism major from Woodbury, Minn.
For more information about the Trombone Ensemble and the group's Twins-Yankees game performance, contact Dr. Phillip Ostrander, associate professor of music, at 715-836-4156 or email@example.com.