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Hometown/Highschool:Spring Hope, NC/ Southern Nash Senior High Class of 2001Pieces Learned/Performed:Sonata VIII Correlli, Six Esquisses Jullien Porret, Fantasie Brilliante J. Arban, Sonata for Trumpet and Piano Norman Dello Joio, Concerto in Eb Major J. HummelEnsembles:Marching/Jazz/Concert/Pep bands at Southern, 1 year ECU Marching Band, 1 semester Jazz Ensemble B, 1 semester Wind Ensemble, Symphonic Band, Haute Brass QuintetAll District Band 2 years, Woody Herman Jazz Award 2000, John Phillip Sousa Band Award 2001Bio:The story of my life is a simple tale. I grew up in a small town where everyone knew everyone and everything about everyone. My high school rested in the middle of what was at one time a tobacco field, and wasonly accessible by one road. However, we did boast the largest FFA club in the state (of which I was NOT a member), so needless to say we were all very proud. The Marching program rocked (Go Firebirds!), but our football team, well, should have practiced with the Marching Band. Who knew that a guy from such humble beginnings would one day make his way to the big city of Greenville to further his musical ability? I know, I know, hard to believe, but it’s true none the less. Ed. My biggest musical influences/fav’s would have to be Wynton Marsalis, Phil Smith, the Canadian Brass, the Meridian Arts Ensemble, the Haute Brass (love those guys!), the Supertones, Creed, the Swift, Eddie Van Halen, Ben Folds, John Lennon, John Williams, the Crossmen (best corps I never marched), Miles Davis, Dizzy Gillespie, and Cory Lipsky (hardest working guy I’ve ever met).Name: A. Allen Amos IIAll District Band 5 years, All State Band 2 years, John Phillip Sousa Award recipient, Competed and recieved Honorable Mention in Campbell University piano competition and Old Diminion University Classical Period Piano CompetitionBio:I began playing the piano at age 7. The piano sparked my interest in music and it lead to me trying new instruments as well. I began playing the trumpet in 6th grade. I play piano in my home church during the summers. My trumpet experience has been a major part of my life. Some of my main musical and inspirational influences include: Jane Corbin, Jim Searl, and Dowell Idol. I enjoy speding time with friends, going to the beach, playing tennis, and traveling
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