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Upcoming Events

Tuesday, December 16 at 6 pm Thursday, January 29 at 7 pm


Elementary Orchestra Concert Winter High School Band Concert
Norwin Middle School Norwin Center for the
Performing Arts (H.S. Auditorium)
Tuesday, December 16 at 7:15 pm
Hillcrest & MS Orchestra Concert Thursday, March 19 thru
Norwin Middle School Sunday, March 22
Spring Musical: Legally Blonde
Thursday, December 18 at 7:00 pm Norwin Center for the
H.S. Jazz & Orchestra Concert Performing Arts (H.S. Auditorium)
Norwin Center for the
Performing Arts (H.S. Auditorium) Tuesday, April 14 at 7 pm
Percussion Ensemble Concert
Friday, January 16 at 7 pm Norwin Center for the
Norwin’s Got Talent Performing Arts (H.S. Auditorium)
Norwin Center for the
Performing Arts (H.S. Auditorium) Thursday, April 22 at 7 pm
Combined Band Concert
Wednesday, January 28 at 7 pm High School & Middle School
Wind Ensemble Exchange Concert
Norwin Center for the Wednesday, April 28 at 7 pm
Performing Arts (H.S. Auditorium) Norwin H.S. Orchestra Concert
Norwin Center for the
Performing Arts (H.S. Auditorium)

Norwin Music on the web


Norwin Music Department http://bit.ly/NorwinMusicDept
Norwin Middle School Band
Hillcrest Int. School

Middle School
norwininstrumentalmusic.wordpress.com

High School
Winter Concert
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Norwin Band Aides twitter.com/NorwinBand
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Denise Bilott, director
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From the Superintendent What’s Your Concert Etiquette?

As Superintendent of Schools and on behalf of all in attendance this


evening, I congratulate and commend all student musicians who are 1. You should enter 5. For mobile phone 8. After the
performing tonight. We recognize your extraordinary musical abilities, the auditorium usage during a performance is
❑ As loudly as performance, over
acknowledging that you represent the best and the brightest of our
possible it is best to ❑ You should leave
youth and also what is great about our country. ❑ Quietly ❑ Answer your your seat and rush
❑ Walking backwards phone quickly and up to the stage to
The Norwin School District is a national model for supporting and speak quietly find your child
advancing music education and the performing arts. It is an allegiance 2. It is always a ❑ Leave the room ❑ Exclaim loudly
based on tradition and community pride and a commitment to good idea to to use the phone how tired you are
academic excellence, music education, and the performing arts. arrive ❑ Turn the phone ❑ Sit and wait until
❑ A bit early off, silence it, or all the children
❑ Just as the better yet, leave it have cleared the
Research provided by the National Association for Music Education performance is in the car stage
shows that students in high-quality school music programs score higher beginning
on standardized tests compared to students in schools with deficient Flip over the page
❑ Only in time to 6. Applause should
to check your
music education programs, regardless of the socioeconomic level of catch your child’s be given when
concert etiquette!
the school or school district. Therefore, I encourage all in attendance performance ❑ The performance
to continue as advocates of music education and the arts by taking a is completed and 1–2 correct
greater leadership role in your schools and communities to strengthen 3. If you must arrive the conductor Please re-take the
late, it is best to faces the audience test to improve your
and preserve K-12 music and arts programs.
enter ❑ Your child has etiquette.
❑ Whenever you completed his or 3–4 correct
We thank our hosts today, the principals and music teachers, as well as arrive her part You’re learning;!
the numerous Norwin parent and community volunteers who provide ❑ During ❑ Any time There’s room for
never-ending support to our developing musicians. They all deserve your child’s something is done improvement.
our profound gratitude. performance well 5–6 correct:
❑ Between musical You’re on your way
selections 7. On the way home to good etiquette.
Best wishes for an enjoyable evening, and please continue to keep
it’s a good idea to 7–8 correct
music and the performing arts in a prominent place in your lives, both 4. During the concert, ❑ Critique the Bravo! You are a
now and in the future! it is a good idea to performance true concert
❑ Discuss the ❑ Offer your praise etiquette pro!
performance ❑ Offer your
Visit http://musiced.nafme.
Board of Education and Administration ❑ Sit quietly & listen sympathy org/resources/concert-
William H. Kerr, Ed.D., Superintendent of Schools ❑ Eat dinner etiquette-home/ for more
information about
concert etiquette.
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Norwin Band Aides From the Principal

Good Evening,
The Objectives of the Norwin Band Aides Corporation are as follows:
I want to thank all of you for your attendance at this evening’s winter
1. To stimulate and sustain interest among the Band Aides and the students at band concert. I am delighted to acknowledge this year’s group of
Norwin High School in band activities at Norwin High School by cooperating young musicians who have devoted countless hours above and
with school authorities and the Norwin Band Director.
beyond the scope of the classroom. Their commitment and dedication
2. To raise and distribute monies, as required for the activities of the band, not to success in the arts, as well as the classroom, is astonishing to say
funded by the Norwin School District. All fund drives to be organized at the the least. I am extremely proud of each and every member and the
recommendation of the Board of Directors. role they play in carrying on the proud tradition of the Norwin Band.
Please continue to encourage, enlighten and support your children as
3. To support and promote music education in the Norwin School District by
advocating for policies that will enhance the music education of students in they grow into quality young adults. Again, I thank you for being here
the Norwin School District in cooperation with the Norwin Band Director and and hope you enjoy this evening’s program.
school officials.
Happy Holidays,
The Norwin Band Aides, the community support group of Norwin Band, was
founded in 1961. Today, the Band Aides support the band program through
fundraisers like Market Day, the stadium concession stand and Aramark, Mr. Suman
monthly hoagie sales, Sarris Candy at Easter and Christmas, and such events Principal, Norwin Middle School
as an annual craft show, a car cruise each spring, winter guard shows, and
the annual Band Festival, now in its 53rd year. The Band Aides are not just
a support group to provide for the students’ opportunities & activities, but
members also enjoy the support and friendship of other band and guard Did You Know?
parents while fully engaging in their teen’s band activities.
With music in schools, students connect to each other better—greater
The Band Aides meet the 2nd Monday of each month from 7:30–8:15 pm in
the right audion of the high school auditorium.The next meeting is January 12th. camaraderie, fewer fights, less racism and reduced use of hurtful sarcasm.
—Eric Jensen, Arts With the Brain in Mind, 2001
Watch for a couple of important upcoming events:
an informational meeting after the first of the year, Students who participate in school band or orchestra have the lowest
and the May unveiling of the theme of the 2015 levels of current and lifelong use of alcohol, tobacco and illicit drugs
marching band show. among any group in our society.
—H. Con. Res. 266, United States Senate, June 13, 2000
For more information, to donate or volunteer,
or to get information about sponsorship opportunities, visit us at:
Music training helps under-achievers. Students lagging behind in
scholastic performance caught up to their fellow students in reading
http://norwinbands.net/nba
and surpassed their classmates in math by 22% when given music
or email Tom Shrump at fanofduke@comcast.net instruction over seven months.
or Dave Herchko at budherchko@gmail.com. —Nature, May 23, 1996
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the students to some the program’s greatest successes. Due to his
About the directors charismatic leadership, between 1980-1996 the Norwin Band placed
in the top twenty bands at the Bands of America Grand National
Michael Szymanski is a 1991 graduate of Norwin High School and Championships. Under his direction the band took first place at
received a B.S. in Music Education from Duquesne University in 1995. the Bands of America Grand National Championships in 1982, and
Mr. Szymanski has been the Middle School Orchestra director since achieved the Sudler Shield award for musical excellence from the John
being hired in 1996 and became the High School Orchestra director Philip Sousa Foundation.
in 1998. In addition to their annual winter and spring concerts, the
H.S. Orchestra often performs with the Norwin Chorus, at invitational From 2002-2006 Mr. Ian Morrison was appointed band director. Under
festivals and for various community and scholastic events. In recent the direction of Ian Morrison the Norwin Marching Band remained
years, the H.S. Orchestra has received numerous Superior ratings at competitive and a new focus was brought to the Concert Ensembles
PMEA Music Performance Assessments and other adjudicated festivals. of the Norwin Band Program paving the way for the successes of the
During his time at Norwin, Michael has also taught elementary band and current Wind Ensemble and Concert Band.
orchestra, elementary and middle school general music, music theory,
and guitar. He has been the Music Department Chairperson since In 2007 Mr. Robert Traugh was appointed band director, receiving
2011. In his time away from school, Mr. Szymanski enjoys reading, hiking, media attention including the Tribune Review’s article “Norwin
camping and long road trips. He continues to be an active freelance Band Leader ‘An Ideal Fit.’ ” This article introduced Mr. Traugh to the
performer on violin and viola. Michael and his wife Jennifer currently Norwin community. Mr. Traugh is assisted by Mr. Gregory Ondayko
reside in North Huntingdon with their daughters, Betsy and Abby. and Associate Director Mrs. Kimberly Glover. The Norwin Percussion
Ensemble performed at the PMEA State Convention in 2009 and
Tim Daniels is Director of Bands at Norwin High School. His duties will again in 2013, as well as at the 2011 MENC All-East Convention.
include directing the Marching Band, Wind Ensemble, Jazz Ensemble as The Norwin Concert Band received excellent ratings in 2008, 2009,
well as teaching AP Music Theory classes. Prior to joining the staff at & 2010 at PMEA State Adjudications. In 2011 The Norwin Concert
Norwin, Tim served as a Band Director in the Arlington School District band received a superior rating. The Norwin Wind Ensemble
in LaGrangeville, NY where he directed 9th Grade Band, Jazz Band, received superior ratings in 2008, 2009, 2010, & 2011 at PMEA State
and assisted with the marching band. Tim has also served in various Adjudications. The Norwin Jazz Ensemble in 2008 received accolades
capacities on the band staffs of the Fox Chapel, Gateway and Penn- at the Slippery Rock Jazz Festival for best Saxophone Section, Best
Trafford marching bands. In addition to this experience, Mr. Daniels Rhythm Section, Best Trombone Section, and Best Trumpet Section. In
spent the summer of 2009 marching with the Bluecoats Drum and 2008 the Norwin Marching Band performed at the Bands of America
Bugle Corps. Mr. Daniels received his B.M. in Music Education, trumpet Super Regional in St. Louis and placed in the top ten at finals. In 2012
applied, from Youngstown State University. His primary teachers the marching band swept Bands of America Regional Championships
included Dr. Stephen L. Gage, Dr. Brandt Payne, Dr. Christopher in Monroeville (PA), Akron (OH), and Towson (MD), including high
Krummel and Dr. Kent Englehardt. Tim is a member of the National music, visual, and general effect captions. . The band program continues
Association for Music Education and the Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society. to grow and new levels of performance excellence are set every year
A native of North Huntingdon, PA, Tim graduated from Norwin High and in every ensemble at Norwin High School.
School in 2008. In addition to his responsibilities at Norwin, Tim enjoys
performing and plays as a freelance trumpeter in the Pittsburgh area. The Norwin Band has come a long way from the first 28 member
group under the direction of Mr. Winters. This organization has seen
thousands of students come through the program and each of them
take into their lives experiences only gained by participation in this
program.
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About the band program About the directors
The first Norwin High School Band was
Greg Ondayko has held the position of Assistant Band Director at
formed in the 1923-1924 school year.
Norwin for 13 years. His duties include directing the Concert Band,
It consisted of 28 members, all boys.
assisting with the Marching Band, Jazz Band and serving as supervisor of
The first director was Mr. Steven Winter.
the woodwind program. Mr. Ondayko also teaches Music Technology I,
The 1924 Norwin yearbook stated “An
II, & III as well as woodwind and brass lessons in repertory class. Under
organization, such as our Norwin Band the direction of Mr. Ondayko, the Norwin H.S. Concert Band has been
turned out to be, is one that will make adjudicated at Musicfest Orlando in 2002 and 2005, earning a 1st and
our high school known throughout 2nd place ranking in AAA, and has earned a superior rating at the
the state.” Little did they know how PMEA Adjudication Festival in 2007. Most recently, the Concert Band
prophetic that statement was, for the received Superior ratings in both Concert and Sightreading at the PMEA
Norwin High School Band has brought Adjudication Festival. He graduated with a Bachelors degree in Music
the notice of the entire nation to our community. By competing and Education from Slippery Rock University in 2001. Before joining the
receiving accolades nationwide, quality of Norwin’s band program and staff at Norwin High School, he served as a marching/ woodwind tech
the outstanding efforts of the band students are a credit to not only at both Mars Area H.S. and at Thomas Jefferson H.S. in Pleasant Hills.
the school district, but to the community that nurtures them. Mr. Ondayko is a member of PMEA and the Westmoreland County
Music Educators Association. Greg also maintains a studio of clarinet,
Mr. “Jimmy” Weaver was instrumental in establishing the early Norwin saxophone, and flute students. When Greg is not at school, he can be
Band, acting as band director beginning in 1924-25. Mr. George Weaver can be found restoring, repairing, driving, or racing one of his many
was another influential individual to work with the band. With his classic MoPar vehicles.
father, Jimmy as assistant band director, George directed the Irwin
High School band from the late 1940’s through the 1950’s while the Kimberly Glover, a native Texan, is currently in her tenth year as
district was temporarily divided into Irwin and North Huntingdon. the Associate Band Director/Director of Percussion Studies. Her
He organized a junior band made up of elementary and junior high responsibilities include assisting with all band functions, percussion
students to strengthen and continually improve the music program of grades 5-12, and directing the Norwin Percussion Ensemble. Under
the future. her tutelage, Norwin percussion students have earned placement in
District, Region, State and All-Eastern level ensembles. Most recently
The Norwin Band Aides, the community support group of Norwin the Norwin Percussion Ensemble was invited to perform at the PMEA
Band, was founded in 1961, with Glen Zockoll as band director. The State Conferences in Erie (2013), Valley Forge (2009), and at the MENC
Band Aides have contributed enormously to the financial means of All-Eastern Conference in Baltimore, Maryland (2011). Prior to joining
the band making it possible for the students to concentrate on their the Norwin Band team, she taught band in Texas for 2 years in the
performances. Pearland Independent School District and the Austin Independence
School District. Kim earned her Bachelors of Music Education from the
From the mid 60’s through the mid 70’s, band director Mr. Lawrence Conservatory of Music at the University of Missouri-Kansas City and her
Radzevic led the Norwin Band with a program that resembles that Masters of Percussion Performance from the University of Texas. Mrs.
of today. A student field conductor under Mr. Radzevic’s tutelage, L.J. Glover currently plays with various groups including the Butler County
Hancock, would have an even greater impact on the band and the Symphony, the Musician’s Concert Band, and the Harmony-Zelienople
entire music program at Norwin. Concert Band. She is a member of PMEA/MENC as well as Treasurer of
the Pennsylvania chapter of the Percussive Arts Society. Kim’s husband,
From 1976-2001, L.J. Hancock directed the Norwin Band, inspiring David, teaches Percussion at Slippery Rock University and they have two
12 furry kids named “Keiko” and “Penny.” 5
About the directors
How Music Education
Denise Bilott has been teaching for 14 years. She received a Orchestrates Success:
Bachelor of Music in Music Education Instrumental at Capital University
in Columbus (OH), and a Masters of Science in Education with an A Guide for Parents
emphasis on technology in the classroom from Walden University.
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Apperson Hearst Outstanding Educator Award through the William
Randolph Hearst Foundation. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Music
Education from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. While attending IUP, “The scales are tipping away from what it used to take
he sung with an acappella group known as The Braxmen, later known for people to get ahead—logical, linear, left-brain,
as 4Real, which gained national fame by performing with numerous and spreadsheet-type abilities—
Pittsburgh-based groups such as The Vogues, Johnny Angel & the Halos, in favor of abilities like artistry, empathy, and big-picture thinking,
Pure Gold, The Lettermen, The Drifters, The Turtles and many more. which are becoming more valuable.
Left-brain skills are still absolutely necessary in our complex world.
They’re just not sufficient anymore.”
—Daniel Pink

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8th Grade Band Special thanks to…

Flute Alto Sax (cont.) Horn The parents of all the students Todd Leighty and the
Sydney Amdurs Dom Dulemba Conan Kastronis represented tonight for Auditorium Production Team
Katherine Anthony Jaret Jarosz Emily Scott
supporting Fine Arts Mr. Evanov and the stage crew
Julia Bazanos Tyler Naretto Jake Spagnolli
Delana DeRenzo Cory Reitz Education Pat Geiger, Jim Dezorzi and the
Kathryn Makay Steve Stratton Trombone Our student musicians Norwin Maintenance
Alexis Stevenson Todd Uziel Mike Ewing Norwin School District and Custodial Staff
Paige Stewart Kira Zyvith Chris Hinson Board of Education Ushers and Volunteers
Pilar Swankler Cameron Klos
Tenor Sax Dylan Podob William H. Kerr, Ed.D., The Norwin Music Department
Oboe Sierra Austin James Sullenberger Superintendent of Schools Michael Szymanski
Fiona Cuthbert Noah Bulloch Baritone-3 Dr. Tracy A. McNelly, Tim Daniels
Rachel Lundy Zach Cupp Jackson Adams Asst. Superintendent Greg Ondayko
Nathan Schmotzer John Cerra
Mrs. Natalie A. McCracken, Kim Glover
Clarinet Dylan Evan
Sophia Baverso Baritone Sax Shane Flaherty Asst. Superintendent Denise Bilott
Lizzy Bojalad Katie Heuer Kirstin Moore and the Norwin School Ian Morrison
Alex Burtchell District Administration Devon Lippmann
Martina DiToppa Trumpet Tuba Norwin Faculty and Staff Sam Major
Olivia Funyak Christian Alexander Justin Hoke
Hannah Horvath Tyler Coltogirone Ian Poe Timothy J. Kotch, Sr.,, Principal Maggie Gates
Tommy Kratzenberg Nieko Disso Joseph V. Shigle, Assistant Principal Adam Tomas
Kelsie Patton Ken Divens Percussion Michael D. Choby, Dom Gaudio
Sammi Sonnenberg Joe Dye Patrick Bollinger Assistant Principal Megan Seiler
Julia Vargo Izzy Ervin Chandler Bollman
and the Norwin H.S. Norwin Band Aides, especially
Sabrina Wolfe Vaughn Estepp Nathan Dietrich
Keanan Zarobsky Nick Fry Sean Foley Administration Tom Shrump, President
Courtney Hale Tyler Funk Sharon Farino, Debbie Depp, Dave Herchko,
Bass Clarinet Nick Hornicak Dannon Johnson Mary Rorabaugh, and the 1st Vice President
Andrew Sullivan Jake McCormley Eric Junker Norwin H.S. Staff Anna Sever,
Dan Pisciotti Hunter Kauffman
Bassoon Katie Prizner Katie Kovel Mr. Robert Suman, Principal 2nd Vice President
Mario Croes Sara Russell Olivia Neveu Mr. Troy Collier, Julie Henry, Secretary
Luke Russman Gabe Pensenstadler Assistant Principal Christine Schmidt, Treasurer
Alto Sax Brandon Waggoner Nathan Pogue and the Norwin M.S. Kathleen Heuer,
Jordan Bernard Matthew Waszkiewicz Andrew Sullivan
Administration & Staff concert program design
Lexi Birkland Ethen Syme
Ian Culbertson Grace Watson Mr. Brian O’Neil, Principal
Adrian Dibiase Ms. Lisa Banasick,
Assistant Principal
If you won’t be taking your program book home and the Hillcrest Intermediate
as an autographed keepsake, please recycle it School Administration & Staff
in one of the bins as you leave.
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Tonight’s Selections 7th Grade Band
Flute Alto Sax Horn
Seventh Grade Band Anna Burtnett Aaron Bowen Bobby Bost
Star Spangled Banner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . arr. Mark Williams Breanna Camp Dustin DeValkeneer Roman Brocco
Morgan Carpenter Jadon Hooke Haley Esasky
Christmas Welcome. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . arr. James Swearingen
Noelle Ciccone Danny Lehman Austin Kellar
Ancient Carol . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . arr. Paul Jennings Jules Crosby Ethan List Evan Murray
A Christmas Canon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .arr. Michael Green Chloe Davis Derek Lust
Alex Dillner Noah Miller Trombone
Katie Duganieri Zane Shepherd Matt Faccenda
Middle School Jazz Band Leia Farroux Kassady Shrump Connor Felton
Lauren Kells Kayla Singer Cole McGurk
And the Angels Swing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .arr. Paul Clark
Natasha Koerber Joe Urda Eric Miscampbell
Emily Landsittel Luke Weisensee Drew Noe
Eighth Grade Band Daisy Luhovey Leah Yoder Devon Terrinoni
Mia Magaro Brooke Vanischak
At the Feast of Stephen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .arr. Scott Watson Tori Nicholes Tenor Sax Ryan Zigarovich
Angels we Have Heard on High. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Traditional Gwen Reichert Trevyn Bill
Maci Rogers Baritone
Arranged by Elliot Del Borgo
Braelyn Ryba Trumpet Kris Byers
And to All a Good Night! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .arr. Andy Clark Marissa Santora Isaac Anticole Alexander Hoover
Jordan Bell Kevin Pasinski
Clarinet Anthony Bolton Cole Sholtis
Nia Armstrong Jared Brumm
Middle School Jazz Band Jessica Beavers Joseph Decker Tuba
Christi Blon Ben Farrah David Koget, Jr.
Alto Sax Trombone Piano Elyssa Bognar Noah Hand Kevin Marsiglio
Lexi Birkland Mike Ewing Anna Burtnett Katie Bugey Nick Harshell Jeffrey Shields
Dustin DeValkeneer James Sullenberger Abby Crossley Savanna Hindman
Erik Hartzo Chris Hinson Guitar Isabella Flynn AJ Hoover Percussion
Jaret Jarosz Robby Schinkel Krista Hartman Emily Huha Destin Branch
Derek Lust Trumpet Steve Stratton Erik Hartzo Joe Iwinski Mitchell Davis
Tyler Naretto Isaac Anticole Jaquelyn Heflin Ryan Kerber Isaiah Dittig
Nieko Disso Bass Sloan Janiro Gordon Landefeld Lauren Gill
Tenor Sax Izzy Ervin Stephanie Carr McKenzie Lowden Dan Lia Andrew Gilroy
Kayla Matos Evan Murray Ryan Griser
Trevyn Bill Courtney Hale Dannon Johnson
Mia Migliozzi Dom Palmieri Austin Harris
Noah Bulloch Jake McCormley
Angel Plisco Kendra Rabo Madelaine Holmes
Mario Croes Evan Murray Percussion
Codie Remai Jonathan Shipley Arianna Lattimore
Katie Prizner Isaiah Dittig Megan Scott Jeremy Smyrnes Dustin Logue
Baritone Sax Sara Russell Eric Junker Sarah Solar Colby Steinbruegge Butch Lucas
Katie Heuer Jeremy Smyrnes Eli Mignogna Bri White Deven Summers Jesse Lucas
Matt Waszkiewicz Christian Williams Jakob Termin Elias Mignogna
Ethan Tulenko Jaskaran Singh
Bass Clarinet Justin Wong Rachel Soltez
Julia Ruzewski Austen Swankler
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