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Jazz combos score in districts

RE's newly expanded jazz combo program scored at the Florida Bandmasters Association District Festival on Feb. 7 in Miami with all three teams collecting superior ratings under director Jon Hamm. The esteemed RE Combo earned straight superior ratings competing at the highest level of difficulty, grade five, and qualified for the state event.The Blue Combo entered at grade four and earned straight superior ratings. The Green Combo entered in grade three and earned split scores for an overall rating of superior.
RE Combo 
Connor Munroe ’21 tenor sax
Alex Otero ’19 alto sax
Will Mathes ’19 trombone
Danny Sauceda ’19 string bass
James Gerrard ’19 drum set
Max Vallone ’22 piano

Blue Combo
Louis LaFontisee ’21 drum set
Andres Soto ’21 string bass
Kyle Pearson ’21 percussion
Jackson Mopsick ’21 rhythm guitar
Kiran Desai ’21 piano
Max Swietelsky ’21 tenor sax
Austin Charlton ’20 trombone
 
Green Combo
Greg Estime ’19 bari sax
Max Swietelsky ’21 piano
Kiran Desai ’21 percussion
Liam Malloy ’20 drum set
Austin Charlton ’20 bass guitar
Yasmin Ghurani ’21 rhythm guitar
Inceni Cabrera ’22 alto sax
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