Proud Alumnae of Lovington High School in Lovington, New Mexico, Ms. Amanda Rindlisbach was chosen by the brothers of Theta Phi to be the 2017-2018 Sinfonian Sweetheart. She has been a student at ENMU and a member of the ENMU Choirs since August of 2012. Since her start on campus, she has been a great supporter of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia and the brothers of Theta Phi;
"I started my journey at ENMU where I met the outstanding members of Phi Mu Alpha. Obviously what caught my attention was the fine musicianship of every Individual. I have gone to almost every event and they always have my full support. Whether it be late night burrito making or singing karaoke at an Ice Cream Social, I am there to show my love for these guys. These men I consider my Brothers and I hope to one day become a member of a National Music Sorority and be considered a sister."
On April 2017, Theta Phi had performed their American Music Recital; where she was announced to be the next Sinfonian Sweetheart. Naturally, the brothers sang "A Serenade To a Girl" in the sweetheart's honor towards the end of the concert. We will be sad to see her go when she graduates with a Bachelor of Music with an Emphasis in Vocal Performance in May of 2018.We wish her the best of luck in her future endeavors at ENMU and furthermore. Thank you, Amanda, for everything you did to support Theta Phi and Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia!
Ms. Savannah Tipton (2011-2012)
An Alumnae of Clovis High School in Clovis, New Mexico, She was asked to be Theta Phi's very first Sinfonian Sweetheart since the reinstallment of the chapter in 2011. Since she was a child, Music and Theatre have been major components in her life; playing in the wind ensembles and bands in high school and college and starting theatre with Annie the Musical in elementary school to her most recent participation in the production, Into the Woods. While at ENMU, she was a member of the ENMU Wind Symphony where she played the Bassoon. During that time, she came in contact with the brothers of Theta Phi and grew very close with them. "I was really impressed with the attitudes, the brotherhood, and service of the chapter. Playing alongside them in ensembles was such an honor." She is now pursuing a Bachelor's Degree in Nursing, in hopes to help people the way they helped her in her times of need. She believes in "being the change you want to see in the world." Theta Phi would like to thank her for everything she did to help us out in any way she could and we wish her the best of luck on her future endeavors.