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All-Shore Band Concert Includes Four Ranney Students

Congratulates to Crosby Collins '23 (Guitar), Ankush Govil '23 (Tenor Saxophone), Ryan Hunter '26 (Tenor Saxophone), and Lucas Ihnat '26 (Bass Guitar) on their successful performance at the All-Shore Jazz Concert, which took place on Saturday, Feb. 4 at Manalapan High School.  
Saturday's program consisted of the following: 
All-Shore Lab Band (Govil and Hunter)
Directed by Mrs. Beth Lyon
  • Take the "A" Train by Billy Strayhorn Arr. by Paul Clark
  • A Ballad for Basie by Doug Beach
  • Theme from Sesame Street by Joe Raposo Arr. by Dennis DiBlasio
  • Sway (Quien Sera) by Norman Gimbel and Pablo Ruiz Arr. by Mark Taylor
  • Featuring Ankush Govil Tenor Sax 1 
  • Vehicle by James Peterik Arr. by Ralph Ford
All Shore Jazz Band (Collins and Ihnat)
Directed by Mr. Christian Lopez
Guest Trombone Soloist Mr. Bob Ferrel
  • Splanky by Neal Hefti, arr. by Sammy Nestico
(Featuring Crosby Collins' 23 Guitar)
  • Invitation by Bronisleau Kaper, arr. by Erik Morales
  • Polka Dots and Moonbeams by Jimmy VanHuesen, arr. by Bill Holman
  • Soul Bop by Bob Ferrel
  • Better Get Hit in your Soul by Charles Mingus, arr. by Andrew Homzy
(Featuring Lucas Ihnat's 23-Bass Guitar)
“These students auditioned among a competitive pool of the best student musicians in Monmouth and Ocean Counties and earned their spots to perform with these outstanding bands,” said Mr. John Propper, All-School Band Director. “They proudly represented the Ranney School Performing Arts Department, and many were featured soloists with the band. They lead the way at Ranney school and the local community as jazz musicians and citizens. Congratulations, Ankush, Crosby, Lucas, and Ryan.”  

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Tinton Falls, NJ 07724
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