SOGO Recognizes 18 Graduating High School Seniors

On Sunday, May 21, 2017, eighteen high school seniors will play in their final concert as members of Student Orchestras of Greater Olympia (SOGO). The students have a combined total of 91 years of experience and represent seven local high schools.  On stage at The Washington Center, SOGO will recognize the achievements of these outstanding youth musicians.  Congratulations!

 

Pictured from left to right are:

  • James Waltz – bass from Olympia High School, 7 years in SOGO
  • Eric So – violin from Olympia High School, 7 years in SOGO
  • Hyunjin Kim – violin from Olympia High School, 8 years in SOGO
  • Evan Harper – violin from Olympia High School, 7 years in SOGO
  • Lindsey Lampman – viola from River Ridge High School, 3 years in SOGO
  • Caddie Derby – violin from Northwest Christian High School, 8 years in SOGO
  • Ally Graham – oboe from Rochester High School, 2 years in SOGO
  • Austin Smith – oboe from North Thurston High School, 5 years in SOGO
  • Libby Walter – percussion from Olympia High School, 1 year in SOGO
  • Emma Lindemeier – flute from Black Hills High School, 5 years in SOGO
  • Megan LeDuc – violin, homeschool, 5 years in SOGO
  • Angela Pak – violin from Olympia High School, 8 years in SOGO
  • Timothy Eberl – cello from River Ridge High School, 2 years in SOGO
  • Andrew Huang – violin from Olympia High School, 3 years in SOGO

Not pictured:

  • Ravi Santi – violin from Olympia High School, 4 years in SOGO
  • Maia Gower – cello from North Thurston High School, 2 years in SOGO
  • Brenden Lynch – clarinet from Black Hills High School, 7 years in SOGO
  • Henry Nordhorn – french horn from Olympia High School, 7 years in SOGO

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