Enriching the Lives of the
Hillsboro Community
Since 2001


 
   

Master of Ceremonies

Bill Goodbaudy

Bill and his family have been involved with HSO in many different capacities since HSO's inception in 2001. His wife Kathleen, plays violin in the orchestra, and first got him involved with HSO. Bill has had minor parts in previous HSO scripts, and enjoys the opportunity to serve as Emcee. Bill moved his family to Hillsboro in 1978. They have six children and three grandchildren. He graduated from BYU with a degree in accounting and is currently a database administrator for PGE.


SYMPHONY Showcase

Jeannie Ceciliani
Showcase Moderator

Jeannie was raised in a family- owned entertainment business located in Portland, Oregon, and began singing and acting at a young age. At 17 she joined the New Oregon Singers, traveling worldwide for over 15 years. She also spent several years singing in multiple USO tours. She sings now at a varitety of special events and teaches ukulele. Volunteering for the Hillsboro Symphony Orchestra, American Diabetes Associaiton, various animal shelters and care giving for the eldery also keeps her busy.

The Symphony Showcase began as an opportunity to focus on the musical interests of the audience youth.  With each fifteen minute segment, beginning at 7:40 p.m., showcasing a specific instrument and the musician who plays it.  This has now turned into an opportunity for the whole family as the education, experience and instrument facts have satisfied the curiosity of all in attendance.

JACK ADAMS
Showcase Founder

“My goal is to try and give them something special and pertinent to look and listen for; something that can enhance their enjoyment
of the music.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

ORCHESTRA MEMBERS

Our orchestra consists of dedicated members who graciously give of their time and talents. While primarily an adult group, HSO does have a significant contingent of student members from area Hillsboro high schools. Members receive no compensation but take great pride in knowing they are enriching the lives of their community by exposing them to a wonderful culture of music.

Conductor: Sharon Northe
Associate Conductor: Dr. Mark Perlman

FLUTE

Anna Peterkort

FLUTE

Linda Pollock

FLUTE

Julie Thomas

PICCOLO
 

Julie Thomas

 

 

OBOE I /
 

Bob Bruce

OBOE II /
ENGLISH HORN

Celeste Martinez

 



CLARINET I

Jeffrey Olenick

CLARINET II

Patty Langasek

BASS CLARINET
CLARINET III

Marty Hope

BASSOON I

Frank Kenny

BASSOON II

Nancy Pierce

 

TRUMPET I

Don Gottschalk

TRUMPET II

Robert Bretl

TRUMPET III

Paul Taylor

Lee Nielsen

FRENCH HORN I, II

Tim Reeves
Harold Pollock

FRENCH HORN III

Richard Rohrich

FRENCH HORN IV

Kurt Heichelheim


TROMBONE

Tiffany Craughan

TROMBONE

John Northe

TROMBONE

Robert Smith

TUBA

Wesley Pollock

 

 

PERCUSSION

Ken Carter

PERCUSSION

Debbie Amara

PERCUSSION

 

VIOLIN I

John Ashcraft
  (Concertmaster)
Charel de la Paz
Annisa Djoewari

VIOLIN I

Gordon Freeman
Mark Iven
Erika Kase

VIOLIN I

Courtney Klosterman
Ottis Rechard
Heather Weaver

VIOLIN II

Laurie Gottschalk
Jeannine Bamberg
Rachelle Burgess

VIOLIN II

Hugh Ferguson
Kathleen K. Goodbaudy

VIOLIN II

Leora Gregory

Emmalisa Sparrow
Jennifer Zavatsky

VIOLA

Sharron Ogden
Sandra Reid


VIOLA


 

VIOLA

Carla Reitan

CELLO

Myra
Christensen
Todd A. Anderson
Anne Shapiro Brown
Melissa Kirigiti

CELLO

Kim Robedeau
Jan Upton
Katie Fiddes

CELLO

Nancy Vink
Kathleen Ward
Kathy Withycombe

BASS

Joe Aloia

BASS

Shirley Knapp

BASS

 

HARP

Judy Krohn

 

STAGE MGR.

Joyce Alexander

PIANO

Dianne Davies

 

MASTER OF CEREMONIES

Bill Goodbaudy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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