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Each year, around 1100 auditions occur for the 311 available positions in the Middle Level Honors State Music Project. Every student that auditions should be very proud of his/her accomplishment, as preparing for the audition is an honor in itself. The audition consists of a prepared solo, four memorized scales, a sight reading etude, and participating in a masterclass.
Glenwood City Middle/High School and the Wisconsin State Music Association are proud to announce the following Glenwood City Students were selected for the 2019 Wisconsin Middle Level State Honors Band: Amalia Draxler (clarinet), Lyra Ketola (clarinet), and Nicholas Hierlmeier (trombone).
Amalia Draxler is an 8th grader and the daughter of Mike & Rebecca Draxler.
Lyra Ketola is a 7th grader and the daughter of Randy & Becky Ketola.
Nicholas Hierlmeier is an 8th grader and the son of Gordy & Angela Hierlmeier.
Students in grades 6, 7, 8 (at the time of the audition) from WSMA-member schools are eligible to audition for the Middle Level State Honors Music Project. Students must be a regular member of the school’s corresponding music ensemble. All selected students must be able to attend the October rehearsals and concerts in Waunakee.
The WSMA Middle Level State Honors Music Project offers talented youth the opportunity to rehearse and perform with nationally-known conductors in a professional setting. All Honors groups perform at the Wisconsin State Music Conference. Middle Level State Honors students receive their music in August and meet for the first time the day before their fall performance. The rehearsal day and formal concert will take place in October 25th & 26th at the Waunakee Performing Arts Center.