GSO with Pastor Ro performing Joseph Schwantner's
New Morning for the World - Nov. 17th, 2007
[photo by Stephanie Puls]
Grinnell Symphony Orchestra
Collaborations


During the last six seasons, the GSO has collaborated with a number of ensembles, guest soloists, and Grinnell College faculty members. Below is a list of artists who have worked with the GSO since Fall 2003.


Guest and Faculty Artists

Katherine Ciesinski, mezzo-soprano (University of Houston)
Alexander Fokkens, conductor (University of Cape Town)
Simone Fontanelli, conductor (Universitšt Mozarteum)
Eugene Gaub, piano (Grinnell College faculty)
Nancy McFarland Gaub, violin (Grinnell College faculty)
Lisa Henderson, soprano (Grinnell College faculty)
Kimberly Helton, flute (former Grinnell College currently Simpson College)
Barry Jones, conductor (Grinnell College and Corinthian Baptist Church)
Alexander Kerr, violin (Indiana University former Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra)
Aaron Lington, baritone saxophone (San Jose State University)
Nathaniel Mayfield, trumpet (solo artist)
Guinevere McIntyre, horn (Grinnell College and Drake University)
Robert Nelson, composer (University of Houston)
Timothy Newton, conductor (former Grinnell College currently SUNY Oneonta)
Michael Oxley, tenor (Grinnell College faculty)
John Rommereim, bass (Grinnell College faculty)
Lynelle Rowley, soprano (solo artist)
Julie Sturm, cello (Grinnell College and Des Moines Symphony)
Jeroen Woudstra, viola (Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra)
Pastor Roosevelt Wright, III, "Pastor Ro", narrator (Pastor of Grip Church)


Student Artists

Kristin Boehne, flute
Sara Cowan, conductor
Molly Dahlberg, soprano
Daniel Furuta, cello
Karen Gados, clarinet
Louis Gulino, conductor
Hannah Hagen-Atwell, oboe
Alexandra Kieffer, piano
Graeme Miller, conductor
Amelia Randich, clarinet
Emily Scholten, mezzo-soprano
Bryan Williams, trombone
Alyssa Yokota-Lewis, violin


Ensembles

Grinnell Singers
Grinnell Community Chorus
Young, Gifted and Black Gospel Choir




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