posted March 28, 2013

Jazz Ensembles Will Perform at Butch’s on April 10

The Hope College Standards, Mainstream and Contemporary Ensembles will perform at Butch’s in downtown Holland, on Wednesday, April 10, from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m.

The event will follow the Hope College Jazz Arts Collective and Jazz Chamber Ensembles performance that will take place on Wednesday, April 10, at 7:30 p.m. in Dimnent Memorial Chapel.

Performing in the Contemporary Ensemble are junior Jared DeMeester of Grand Rapids, bass; senior Luke Panning of Holland, violin; senior Michael Reynolds of Tampa, Fla., piano; and senior Wayne Titus of Canton, drums.

Performing in the Mainstream ensemble are junior Forrest Dodson of Kalamazoo, bass; junior Michael Graverson of Hamilton, guitar; junior Daniel Langholz of Ramstein, Germany, trombone; sophomore Matthew Milliken of Roscommon, alto saxophone; sophomore Andrew Valesano of Sherwood, Ore., piano; and senior David Webster of Troy, drums.

Performing in the Standards Ensemble are junior Matt Costello of Holland, bass; junior Michael Graverson of Hamilton, guitar; junior Meghan Stagl of Deerfield, Ill., piano/vocals; and senior Wesley Rieth of Three Oaks, drums.

Butch’s Dry Dock is located at 44 E. Eighth St. in downtown Holland.