Choir parents:


I wanted to make you aware that JemHedz Apparel & Accessories will be outside the auditorium before and after the concert selling our "NEW PNHS CHOIR SPIRITWEAR"! Here is the link to the online store if you wanted to get a preview:


You can purchase online, but they will also have a select variety of garments as a preview AND to print and sell onsite! It should be a very exciting spirit component for the concert!

Poinsettia Order form 2016

PNHS Band and Choir Poinsettias

Help decorate the auditorium for the Collage Concert this December!  One of the most anticipated and attended concerts of the year can be the most beautiful and festive.  After the concert, you may pick up your poinsettias and decorate your home! Proceeds support both Band and Choir Boosters.

Sales start immediately and orders are due by FRIDAY NOVEMBER 11, 2016!

(Return forms and payment to your music director and payable to: PNHS Band Boosters)

6 “Red Poinsettias

5-7 Blooms

$15.00 each

(Provided by Schaefers Greenhouse)

Student/Family: _____________________________________Phone: ___________________


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Make Checks Payable to PNHS Band Boosters.

Pick up after the Collage Concerts December 7 and December 8!

Thank you for supporting PNHS Choirs and Bands!!!

Catherine Sheridan-Walsh – Chairperson: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

2016 ILMEA District Festival


D. 202 HS musicians to participate in ILMEA district festival

Plainfield- Forty-fourDistrict 202 high school students will take part in the Illinois Music Educators Association (ILMEA) District IX Festivals for jazz, choir, band and orchestra.

Following a competitive audition process, the students were selected to perform in the District IX Senior Band/Chorus/Orchestra Festival on November 19, 2016 at Lake Park West High School in Roselle, Illinois.

The students received music in advance to practice on their own. At the District IX Festival they will rehearse all day with top college instructors before performing with other students from across the area as part of the District IX Choir, Band or Orchestra.

Later this fall the students will learn if they have qualified to perform at the ILMEA All-State Conference held in Peoria in January 2017.

These District 202 students will participate:

Plainfield High School-Central Campus:


  • Kellan Riley – senior, Soprano I
  • Abby Yowell – senior, Alto II


  • Rachel Coop – senior, Clarinet
  • David Patush – senior, Alto Saxophone (Jazz Band I)


  • Conner Wittman – senior, Percussion

Plainfield North High School:


  • Sydney Bak -- sophomore, Soprano II
  • Amelia Frank -- senior, Alto II
  • Jean Garcera -- sophomore, Tenor II
  • Jaime Gaudiano -- senior, Tenor I
  • Briana Golden -- senior, Alto I
  • Dominic Lipari -- junior, Bass II
  • Matthew Profeta -- senior, Bass II
  • Kristen Rousonelos -- senior, Soprano II
  • Thomas Seeland -- senior, Tenor II
  • Michaela Wolski -- senior - Soprano I
  • Nallely Zavala -- senior - Alto I


  • Shira Agam – senior, Trumpet
  • Kaitlyn Kowalski – sophomore, Flute
  • Tommy Robey – senior, Trombone
  • Adam Stephens – senior, Euphonium


  • Alina Dorion – senior, Clarinet
  • Emily Hensley – junior, Bassoon

Plainfield South High School:


  • Jazmin Buenrostro – senior, Soprano II
  • Sarah Hassan – senior, Soprano II
  • Alex Ohlson – junior, Bass II
  • Emily Rose – junior, Alto II


  • Alex Bravo, Senior - Clarinet
  • Alex Mayer, Senior - Tenor Saxophone

Plainfield East High School:


  • Danny Ackman – senior, Bass I
  • Neha Adkoli – junior, Soprano I
  • Caitlin Arquines – senior, Soprano II
  • Maddie Haymond – senior, Alto I
  • Sam Koppitz – junior, Bass II
  • Naomi Lares – senior, Soprano I
  • Stephanie Lopez – junior, Alto II
  • Sara Mokrzycka – senior, Alto I
  • Delia Negron – senior, Alto II
  • Austin Placek – senior, Tenor I
  • Jeremy Weitendorf – senior, Tenor I


  • Emily Felbinger – senior, Bass Clarinet
  • Josie Heywood – senior, Tuba
  • Danny Fang – junior, Percussion


  • Mattie Levy – junior, Oboe
  • Marco Moncada – senior, F Horn

Congratulations to Our 2015 All State Musicians!

Congratulations to our 2015 All State Musicians !

The following musicians were selected to participate in the 68th Illinois Music Educators All State Conference Festival. This festival will be held January 27-29, 2016 in Peoria.

Emily Restuccia - All State Honor Choir

Jame Gaudiano, Mary Pat Robey, Tommy Seeland, Michaela Wolski - All State Choir

Tyler Villa - Band

Kaela Bonow - Future Music Educators Seminar

Plainfield North Choir at Carnegie Hall

Plainfield North High School Choir Performs at Carnegie Hall !

Plainfield North High School choir   students enjoyed a “once in a lifetime experience” when they got to perform   on stage at Carnegie Hall in New York on March 27, 2015.The PNHS Tour Choir,   made up of 50 voice ensemble students from all seven PNHS choirs was invited   to perform at the Choirs of America Nationals based on their achievement at   several regional and national competitions.While in New York, the students   took part in an adjudicated performance and clinic with Jerry University of   Michigan Choir Director and Grammy Award-winning American choral conductor   Jerry Blackstone.All of the invited choirs also performed three selections   under the direction of Florida State University Professor of Music and   Director of Choir Andre Thomas. The students helped premier a new work   written specifically for this event by Norwegian composer Ola Gjeilo.“This is   literally a once in a lifetime experience for these students,” said PNHS   Choir Director Jason Hawkins.“The opportunity to perform at Carnegie Hall,   one of the most prestigious stages in the world, is the pinnacle of   accomplishment for any musician, and the young musicians in the PNHS Choirs   have made it there while they are in high school,” he said.

“As a director, I am extremely   proud of what we have built in the PNHS Choir Program, and this tour is a   testament to the dedication of the music students at North,” Hawkins said.