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BOARD OF DIRECTORS & OFFICERS Randolph Schein Chairman

Elizabeth “Betty” Brooks Co-Chairman

Stephen Wogaman President

Paul J. Blizman Secretary

Robert D. Hicks Treasurer

Lori Bahnmueller Thomas H. Bergh Elizabeth Brooks Carol S. Chadwick Laura Chavez-Wazeerud-Din Wendy Zimmer Cox Damien Crutcher Harold Daitch Paris Dean Jim Evola

Howard S. Goldberg Richard Grauer Harold Z. Gurewitz Diane Kaplan Barbara Klarman Martin Liebman Jonathan Lowe Anthony Marek Cindy Maxwell-Philips Richard Robinson

Susan Sheiner Norma Jean Shufro Eric Thomas Amy Hardison Tully Roberta Viviano Ronald E. Whitney Jacqueline Wiggins Gary Wozniak

ARTISTIC ADVISORY BOARD Andrew Appel Emanuel Ax Yefim Bronfman Aaron Dworkin Afa Sadykhly Dworkin

Ellen Taaffe Zwilich

Richard Goode Anthony McGill Jessie Montgomery Menahem Pressler Melissa White

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Chamber Music Society of Detroit concerts are made possible with support from the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs and the National Endowment for the Arts.

Cover photo: Anthony McGill, appearing November 13, 2021

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WELCOME Dear Friends, Absence makes the heart grow fonder. For 78 years, the audience of the Chamber Music Society of Detroit has gathered to experience some of the finest live music the world has to offer. A year and a half since the onset of a global pandemic, we see these shared moments in a whole new light. Now, music matters more to us than ever before. With heartfelt affection, we welcome you back to this remarkable community of music lovers. You may be joining us in person or connecting online through CameraMusic. You may be a newcomer, or you may have been a subscriber for decades. Either way, tonight you join anew a tradition of listening together that stretches back for generations and will continue for generations to come. Thank you for being a part of the CMSD family, for launching with us a new bright future, and most of all, for your own deep love of music.


Steve Wogaman

Randolph Schein



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SIGNATURE SERIES Saturday, September 11, 2021 Seligman Performing Arts Center

EMANUEL AX, PIANO “LATE CHOPIN” FRÉDÉRIC CHOPIN Two Nocturnes, Op. 55 No. 1 in F minor No. 2 in E-flat major Polonaise-Fantaisie, Op. 61 Three Mazurkas, Op. 56 No. 1 in B major No. 2 in C major No. 3 in C minor

Barcarolle, Op. 60

Nocturne in E major, Op. 62, No. 2


Scherzo No. 4 in E major, Op. 54

Berceuse, Op. 57

Impromptu No. 3 in G-flat minor, Op. 51

Sonata in B minor, Op. 58 Allegro maestoso Scherzo: Molto vivace Largo Finale: Presto non tanto Emanuel Ax occupies the Diane L. and John A. Kaplan Chair in Piano Performance. Made possible with support from the Maury and Linda Binkow Philanthropic Fund. Emanuel Ax appears by arrangement with Opus 3 Artists, New York.

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ARTIST NOTES EMANUEL AX This concert marks Emanuel Ax’s 7th Chamber Music Society of Detroit appearance. He most recently appeared in February, 2010. Born in modern day Lvov, Poland, Emanuel Ax moved to Winnipeg, Canada, with his family when he was a young boy. He later studied at the Juilliard School and attended Columbia University. Mr. Ax made his New York debut in the Young Concert Artists Series, and captured public attention in 1974 when he won the first Arthur Rubinstein International Piano Competition in Tel Aviv. In 1975 he won the Michaels Award of Young Concert Artists followed four years later by the Avery Fisher Prize. Highlights of the 2019/20 season included a European summer festivals tour with the Vienna Philharmonic and longtime collaborative partner Bernard Haitink, an Asian tour with the London Symphony and Sir Simon Rattle and three concerts with regular partners Leonidas Kavakos and Yo-Yo Ma at Carnegie Hall in March 2020. Additional recitals and orchestral appearances last spring were postponed due to Covid-19 and like many artists around the world, Mr. Ax responded to these unprecedented circumstances creatively. He hosted “The Legacy of Great Pianists,” part of the online Live with Carnegie Hall highlighting legendary pianists who have performed at Carnegie Hall. Last September, he joined cellist Yo-Yo Ma in a series of pop-up concerts for essential workers in the Berkshires community. A Sony Classical exclusive recording artist since 1987, Emanuel Ax has recently recorded Brahms Trios with Yo-Yo Ma and Leonidas Kavakos, Mendelssohn Trios with Yo-Yo Ma and Itzhak Perlman, Strauss’ Enoch Arden narrated by Patrick Stewart, and discs of two-piano music by Brahms 6

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and Rachmaninoff with Yefim Bronfman. In 2015 Deutche Grammophon released a duo recording with Mr. Perlman of Sonatas by Faure and Strauss, which the two artists presented on tour during the 2015-16 season. Mr. Ax has received GRAMMY® Awards for two volumes of his cycle of Haydn’s piano sonatas. He has also made a series of Grammy-winning recordings with Yo-Yo Ma of the Beethoven and Brahms cello sonatas. His other recordings include the concertos of Liszt and Schoenberg, three solo Brahms albums, an album of tangos by Astor Piazzolla, and the premiere recording of John Adams’s Century Rolls with the Cleveland Orchestra. In the 2004/05 season Mr. Ax also contributed to an International EMMY® Award-Winning BBC documentary commemorating the Holocaust that aired on the 60th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz. In 2013, Mr. Ax’s recording Variations received the Echo Klassik Award for Solo Recording of the Year.

A frequent and committed partner for chamber music, he has worked regularly with such artists as Young Uck Kim, ChoLiang Lin, Ma, Edgar Meyer, Peter Serkin, Jaime Laredo, and the late Isaac Stern. Mr. Ax resides in New York with his wife, pianist Yoko Nozaki and two children. He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and holds honorary doctorates of music from Skidmore College, Yale, and Columbia University. Chamber Music Society of Detroit

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SIGNATURE SERIES Saturday, October 16, 2021 Seligman Performing Arts Center

ESCHER STRING QUARTET Adam Barnett-Hart, VIOLIN Brendan Speltz, VIOLIN Pierre Lapointe, VIOLA Brook Speltz, CELLO with

TERRENCE WILSON, PIANO GEORGE WALKER Lyric for Strings ANTONÍN DVOŘÁK String Quartet No. 10 in E-flat major, Op. 51 Allegro ma non troppo Dumka: Andante con moto – Vivace Romanza: Andante con moto Finale: Allegro assai INTERMISSION JOHANNES BRAHMS Piano Quintet in F minor, Op. 34 Allegro non troppo Andante, un poco adagio Scherzo: Allegro Finale: Poco sostenuto – Allegro, non troppo – Presto, non troppo This concert is sponsored by the Shayne Solomon Group at Morgan Stanley.

Also presented with support from the Beverly Franzblau Baker Endowed Fund. The Escher String Quartet and Terrence Wilson appear by arrangement with Arts Management Group, New York.

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ARTIST NOTES ESCHER STRING QUARTET This concert marks the Escher Quartet’s first Chamber Music Society of Detroit appearance. The Escher String Quartet has received acclaim for its expressive, nuanced performances that combine unusual textural clarity with a rich, blended sound. A former BBC New Generation Artist, the quartet has performed at the BBC Proms at Cadogan Hall and is a regular guest at Wigmore Hall. In its home town of New York, the ensemble serves as Season Artists of the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, where it has presented the complete Zemlinsky Quartets Cycle as well as being one of five quartets chosen to collaborate in a complete presentation of Beethoven’s string quartets. Last season, the quartet toured with CMSLC to China. Within months of its inception in 2005, the ensemble came to the attention of key musical figures worldwide. Championed by the Emerson Quartet, the Escher Quartet was invited by both Pinchas Zukerman and Itzhak Perlman to be Quartet in Residence at each artist’s summer festival: the Young Artists Programme at Canada’s National Arts Centre; and the Perlman Chamber Music Programme on Shelter Island, NY. The quartet has since collaborated with such artists as David Finckel, Leon Fleischer, Wu


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Han, Lynn Harrell, Cho Liang Lin, Joshua Bell, Paul Watkins and David Shifrin, as well as jazz saxophonist Joshua Redman, legendary Latin artist Paquito D’Rivera and Grammy award-winning guitarist Jason Vieaux. In 2013, the quartet became one of only a few chamber ensembles to be awarded the prestigious Avery Fisher Career Grant. The Escher Quartet has performed at Alice Tully Hall in New York, Kennedy Center in Washington DC, Chamber Music San Francisco, and the Ravinia, Caramoor and Music@Menlo festivals, among others. Abroad they have appeared at such major venues and festivals as the Amsterdam Concertgebouw, Berlin Konzerthaus, London’s Kings Place, Paris’s Auditorium du Louvre, Israel’s Tel Aviv Museum of Art, the Heidelberg Spring Festival, Hong Kong International Chamber Music Festival and Perth International Arts Festival in Australia. Currently String Quartet in Residence at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas and Tuesday Musical in Akron, Ohio, the quartet fervently supports the education of young musicians. The Escher Quartet has made critically acclaimed recordings of the complete Mendelssohn and Zemlinsky string quartets. Volume III of the Mendelssohn quartets was nominated for a BBC Music Magazine Award, and the Zemlinsky recordings received five stars in the Guardian with “Classical CD of the Year”, a Recommendation in The Strad, “Recording of the Month” on MusicWeb International and a nomination for a BBC Music Magazine Award. The Escher Quartet takes its name from Dutch graphic artist M.C. Escher, inspired by Escher’s method of interplay between individual components working together to form a whole. Chamber Music Society of Detroit

TERRENCE WILSON This concert marks Terrence Wilson’s first Chamber Music Society of Detroit appearance. Acclaimed by the Baltimore Sun as “one of the biggest pianistic talents to have emerged in this country in the last 25 years” pianist Terrence Wilson has appeared as soloist with the symphony orchestras of Atlanta, Baltimore, Cincinnati, Dallas, Detroit, Houston, Washington, DC, San Francisco, St. Louis, and with the orchestras of Cleveland, Minnesota, and Philadelphia and the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra. Abroad, Terrence Wilson has as soloist with the Lausanne Chamber Orchestra , the

Malaysian Philharmonic, the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, and toured Europe with the Baltimore Symphony conducted by Yuri Temirkanov. An active recitalist, Terrence Wilson made his New York City recital debut at the 92nd Street Y, his Washington, DC recital debut at the Kennedy Center, and and has appeared at Lincoln Center, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boson, San Francisco’s Herbst Theatre, and the La Jolla Chamber Music Society. An avid chamber

musician, he performs regularly with the Ritz Chamber Players. Festival appearances include Blossom, Ravinia, Caramoor, Tanglewood, Wolf Trap, and an appearance with the Grant Park Symphony Orchestra before an audience of over 15,000. During the 2021-2022 season Terrence Wilson returns to the Nashville Symphony Orchestra and will make debuts with the Baltimore Chamber Orchestra, the Boulder Philharmonic, and the Roanoke Symphony, in addition to tonight’s performance with the Escher Quartet. In the spring of 2021, he was appointed to the piano faculty at Bard College Conservatory of Music in Annandale-on-Hudson, NY. Terrence Wilson has received numerous awards and prizes, including the SONY ES Award for Musical Excellence, an Avery Fisher Career Grant, and the Juilliard Petschek Award. He has also been featured on several radio and television broadcasts, including NPR’s “Performance Today,” WQXR radio in New York, and programs on the BRAVO Network, the Arts & Entertainment Network and public television. In 2011, Wilson was nominated for a Grammy in the category of “Best Instrumental Soloist with an Orchestra” for his world premiere recording with the Nashville Symphony conducted by Giancarlo Guerrero of Michael Daugherty’s Deus ex Machina for piano and orchestra, which was written for Mr. Wilson. Terrence Wilson is a graduate of The Juilliard School, where he studied with Yoheved Kaplinsky. A native of the Bronx, he resides in Montclair, New Jersey. Flowers for the CMSD concert stage are provided by:

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DETROIT SERIES Friday, November 5, 2021 Schaver Music Recital Hall

MICHELLE CANN, PIANO CLARA SCHUMANN Four Pièces Fugitives Larghetto Un poco agitato Andante espressivo Larghetto JOHANNES BRAHMS

Ballade in D major, Op. 10, no 2


Variations on a Theme by Robert Schumann, Op. 20

FLORENCE PRICE Sonata in E minor Andante – Allegro Andante Scherzo INTERMISSION CLAUDE DEBUSSY Images, Series I Reflets dans l’eau Hommage à Rameau Mouvement FLORENCE PRICE

Fantasie Nègre in E minor, No. 1

Michelle Cann occupies the Kathleen and Randolph Schein Emerging Artist Chair. Michelle Cann appears by arrangement with the Curtis Institute of Music.

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ARTIST NOTES MICHELLE CANN This concert marks Michelle Cann’s first CMSD appearance. Pianist Michelle Cann made her orchestral debut at age fourteen and has since performed as a soloist with numerous ensembles including The Philadelphia Orchestra, The Cleveland Orchestra, the Florida Orchestra, the North Carolina Symphony, and the New Jersey Symphony. A champion of the music of Florence Price, Ms. Cann performed the New York City premiere of the composer’s Concerto in One Movement with The Dream Unfinished Orchestra in July 2016 and the Philadelphia premiere with The Philadelphia Orchestra and Music Director Yannick Nézet-Séguin in February 2021, which the Philadelphia Inquirer called “exquisite.” She has also performed Price’s works for solo piano and chamber ensemble for the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Chamber Music Society of Detroit, and the New World Symphony, among other presenters. Highlights of her Summer 2021 activities included a repeat performance with The Philadelphia Orchestra, an appearance with the Cleveland Orchestra at Blossom, and serving on the jury of the Cleveland International Piano Competition. Michelle Cann regularly appears in recital and as a chamber musician throughout the U.S., China, and South Korea. Notable venues include the National Centre for the Performing Arts in Beijing, the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C.; and Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles and the Barbican in London with members of the Los Angeles Philharmonic. Ms. Cann’s festival appearances have included the Taos Chamber Music Festival, Yellow Barn, Perlman Music Program, Music Academy of the West, and Pianofest 14

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in the Hamptons, where she serves as artist in residence. Ms. Cann has won top prizes in state, national, and international competitions including the International Russian Music Piano Competition, the Blount Slawson Young Artists Competition, and the Wideman International Piano Competition. In 2019 she served as the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra’s MAC Music Innovator in recognition of her role as an African-American classical musician who embodies artistry, innovation, and a commitment to community engagement. Ms. Cann manifests this commitment

through her activities in Philadelphia and as part of touring engagements around the globe. She has served as the director of two children’s choruses in the El Sistemainspired program Play On Philly and was among the first class of ArtistYear fellows at the Curtis Institute of Music, where she worked with community partners to provide arts education and access to underserved communities. Michelle Cann holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in piano performance from the Cleveland Institute of Music and an Artist’s Diploma from the Curtis Institute of Music. Ms. Cann joined the faculty of the Curtis Institute of Music in 2020 as the inaugural Eleanor Sokoloff Chair in Piano Studies. Chamber Music Society of Detroit

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Season Opening: Ax plays Chopin


Escher & Wilson: Brahms Quintet




Anthony McGill in Recital


Holiday Baroque: Vivaldi’s Four Seasons




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SIGNATURE SERIES Saturday, November 13, 2021 Seligman Performing Arts Center


GEORG PHILIPP TELEMANN 12 Fantasies for Solo Violin, TWV 40, Nos. 14-25 JESSIE MONTGOMERY Peace JOHANNES BRAHMS Clarinet Sonata in F minor, Op. 120, No. 1 Allegro appassionato Andante un poco adagio Allegretto grazioso Vivace INTERMISSION DENG YU-HSIEN Transcribed by Stephen Hough

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CARL MARIA von WEBER Grand Duo Concertant for Clarinet and Piano, Op. 48 Allegro con fuoco Andante con moto Rondo: allegro This concert is sponsored by Greenleaf Trust.

Gloria Chien occupies the Henry and Susan Shevitz Chair in Collaborative Piano. Anthony McGill and Gloria Chien appear by arrangement with MKI Artists, Vermont.

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ARTIST NOTES ANTHONY MCGILL This concert marks Anthony McGill’s third Chamber Music Society of Detroit appearance. He most recently appeared on the opening concert of the 2019-2020 season with the Miro Quartet. Hailed for his “trademark brilliance, penetrating sound and rich character” (New York Times), clarinetist Anthony McGill is one of classical music’s most recognizable and brilliantly multifaceted figures. In addition to his dynamic international solo and chamber music career, McGill is principal clarinet of the New York Philharmonic—the first African-American principal player in the organization’s history. In 2020, he was awarded the Avery Fisher Prize, one of classical music’s most significant awards given in recognition of soloists who represent the highest level of musical excellence. McGill was honored to take part in the inauguration of President Barack Obama, premiering a piece written for the occasion by John Williams and performing alongside violinist Itzhak Perlman, cellist-Yo Ma, and pianist Gabriela Montero. He is a dedicated champion of new music: during the 2020/21 season, McGill performs “Peace,” by Jessie Montgomery; “AdAnah?” by James Lee III; a new work from Benjamin J. Shirley; “Book of Days,” by Daron Hagen; and “From The Mountaintop,” written for McGill by Richard Danielpour. In the aftermath of the killing of George Floyd on May 25, 2020, McGill launched a powerful musical protest video urging people to #TakeTwoKnees in demonstration against the death of George Floyd and historic racial injustice. His video went viral, and hundreds of artists and citizens amplified the message and responded to the protest with their own videos using the hashtag #TakeTwoKnees. 18

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McGill appears regularly as a soloist with top orchestras around North America, including the New York Philharmonic, Metropolitan Opera, Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, San Diego Symphony, and Kansas City Symphony. As a chamber musician, McGill is a favorite collaborator of the Brentano, Daedalus, Guarneri, JACK, Miró, Pacifica, Shanghai, Takács, and Tokyo Quartets, as well as Emanuel Ax, Inon Barnatan, Gloria Chien, Yefim Bronfman, Gil Shaham, Midori, Mitsuko Uchida, and Lang Lang. He has toured with Musicians from Marlboro and regularly performs for the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln

Center and the Philadelphia Chamber Music Society. Festival appearances include Tanglewood, Marlboro, Mainly Mozart, and Skaneateles, and the Music@Menlo, Santa Fe, and Seattle Chamber Music Festivals. A graduate of the Curtis Institute of Music, McGill previously served as the principal clarinet of the Metropolitan Opera and associate principal clarinet of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. In demand as a teacher, he serves on the faculty of The Juilliard School, Curtis Institute of Music, and Bard College-Conservatory of Music. In the fall of 2020, he was named Artist-in-Residence at the Cali School of Music at Montclair State University. In 2015, McGill recorded the Nielsen Clarinet Concerto together with Alan Chamber Music Society of Detroit

Gilbert and the New York Philharmonic. He and his brother, Demarre McGill, the Seattle Symphony Orchestra’s principal flutist, joined the Chicago Youth Symphony Orchestras with conductor Allen Tinkham, to record Winged Creatures, an album of works for flute, clarinet, and orchestra. His Portraits, recorded with Demarre McGill and pianist Michael McHale; and Mozart and Brahms Clarinet Quintets, recorded with the Pacifica Quartet, were both released on Cedille Records. McGill is an ardent advocate for helping music education reach underserved communities and for addressing issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion in classical music. He is the Artistic Director for the Music Advancement Program at The Juilliard School, a weekend program for music students who demonstrate a commitment to artistic excellence, which actively seeks students from diverse backgrounds underrepresented in classical music. This year, in concert with a $30,000 charitable gift from the Avery Fisher Artist Program designated to a charity of McGill’s choice, McGill and Weston Sprott, Dean of the Preparatory Division of The Juilliard School, established the Weston Sprott and Anthony McGill MAP Summer Scholarship Fund so MAP students can take part in summer programs and festivals. McGill serves on the board of directors for the League of American Orchestras, Cedille Records, and the Harmony Program, and on the advisory councils for the InterSchool Orchestras of New York and Time In Children’s Arts Initiative. Anthony McGill is a Vandoren Artist and Buffet Crampon Artist. GLORIA CHIEN This concert marks Gloria Chien’s first Chamber Music Society of Detroit appearance. Pianist Gloria Chien has been picked by the Boston Globe as one of the Superior Pianists of the year, “… who appears to excel in everything.” Richard Dyer praises her for “a wondrously rich palette of colors, which she mixes with dashing bravado and with an

uncanny precision of calibration…Chien’s performance had it all, and it was fabulous.” A native of Taiwan, Gloria Chien leads a diverse musical life as a noted performer, concert presenter and educator. She made her orchestral debut at the age of 16 with the Boston Symphony Orchestra led by Thomas Dausgaard, and performed again with the BSO with Keith Lockhart. In recent seasons she has performed as a recitalist and

chamber musician at Alice Tully Hall, the Library of Congress, the Phillips Collection, the Kissingen Sommer festival, the Dresden Chamber Music Festival, and the National Concert Hall in Taiwan. A former member of CMS Two, she performs frequently with the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center. In 2009 Ms. Chien launched String Theory, a chamber music series at the Hunter Museum of American Art in downtown Chattanooga, that has become one of Tennessee’s premier classical music presenters. The following year she was appointed Director of the Chamber Music Institute at the Music@Menlo festival by Artistic Directors David Finckel and Wu Han. In 2017, she joined her husband, violinist Soovin Kim, as Co-Artistic Director of the Lake Champlain Chamber Music Festival in Burlington, Vermont. Ms. Chien received her B.M., M.M., and D.M.A. degrees from the New England Conservatory of Music as a student of Russell Sherman and Wha-Kyung Byun. She holds the position of artist-in-residence at Lee University in Cleveland, Tennessee. She is a Steinway Artist. Fall 2021


GENERAL PATRON INFORMATION The Chamber Music Society of Detroit will publish three program guides for all concerts during the 2021-2022 season. Program notes will be inserted into the programs this year instead of being in the book. Patrons may turn in their programs at exit doors at the end of each concert, or take them home and bring them back for any remaining concerts they plan to attend that are included in that book. Ticket Policies & Seating • Tickets Sales: Tickets for all CMDetroit concerts may be purchased by phone at 313335-3300 or online at Tickets are available online on concert days up to two hours prior to performance. At Seligman Performing Arts Center, all seats are reserved. At all other venues, seating is general admission, available on a first-come, first-served basis. • Lost or Misplaced tickets: Can’t find your concert tickets? Call the Ticket Office at 313335-3300 and we will have duplicate tickets waiting for you free of charge at the Box Office. • Tax Credit Donations: Subscribers and single ticket buyers may call 313-335-3300 up until two hours before a concert if they are unable to attend a concert and wish to donate their ticket(s) back for a tax credit. • Ticket Exchanges: Subscribers may also call 313-335-3300 in advance of concert night to exchange tickets for another concert on any 2021-2022 CMSD series, subject to availability. In some cases, upgrade fees may apply, depending on seat location. • Digital Access: New this year, concerts will all be live-streamed and the digital recording is available for viewing for ten days following each concert, free of charge to subscribers. For information on accessing the concerts, call 313-335-3300. • Student and Senior Tickets: Seniors may purchase tickets at all venues for $5 off adult prices. Student/youth tickets are 50% off for Seligman concerts and $10 at all other venues. • Ticket Refunds: Due to the nature of live events, artists and programs are subject to change without notice. Refunds are given only in the case of event cancellation. Handling fees are not refundable. All ticket sales are final. 20

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• Will Call: Ticket orders received less than 10 days prior to the performance will be held at Will Call, which opens one hour prior to concert. Children • Please use discretion in bringing children to performances, particularly children under five years of age. As a courtesy to others, parents or guardians may be asked to remove children creating a disturbance during the performance. • All patrons, regardless of age, must have a ticket to enter the theater. Electronic Devices • Please turn off all cell phones, pagers, and other electronic devices prior to the performance. • The taking of photographs and the use of recording equipment is not permitted during any performance. • Patrons expecting emergency calls are encouraged to leave pagers or cell phones and seat locations with the Box Office. • Please do not text during any performance. Late Seating Latecomers will be admitted to the back of the hall (accessible by stairs or, at Seligman, by elevator). Patrons are asked to stand until a movement is over and then take a seat in the back of the hall until the end of the piece. At that time, Seligman patrons will be seated in their purchased seats, and patrons may move to any unoccupied seat at all other venues. On very rare occasions, an artist will request that there be no late seating. In those cases, the artist’s wishes will be honored and patrons may take their seats after intermission. (At Seligman, patrons may listen to the first half of the concert through the lobby loudspeakers.). Patrons who need to leave any performance will be readmitted at an appropriate break. Chamber Music Society of Detroit


SELIGMAN PERFORMING ARTS CENTER 22305 W. 13 Mile Road (corner of Lahser Road), Campus of Detroit Country Day School, Beverly Hills Arrival Tickets go on sale at the door at 7:00 PM before 8:00 PM concerts. On evenings when a preconcert event is scheduled, the box office opens at 6:00 PM. Doors to the hall open 30 minutes prior to performance. Accessibility Seligman Performing Arts Center is wheelchair accessible. Please contact the Ticket Office at 313-335-3300 to purchase accessible seating. Persons who wish to request use of a wheelchair for a performance are urged to call in advance of concert night to make arrangements. Society Café The Society Café opens at 7:00 PM before concerts beginning at 8:00 PM and at 6:30 PM on nights when pre-concert events are scheduled; it reopens during intermission. The Café offers a variety of inexpensively priced desserts and beverages. Patrons are asked to eat and drink in the tiled area of the lobby where the Café is located. Please do not bring refreshments into carpeted areas or into the hall.

SCHAVER MUSIC RECITAL HALL WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY 480 W. Hancock, Detroit Arrival & Parking Patrons may purchase tickets or pick up Will Call tickets at the CMSDetroit ticket table in the Schaver Music Recital Hall lobby on concert nights beginning at 7:00 PM; the hall opens for audience seating at 7:30 PM. Specially priced $5 student rush tickets are available at the box office beginning at 7:45 PM on concert nights. The nearest parking lots to Schaver are the outdoor lot at the northeast corner of Cass and Hancock ($5, cash only), and the indoor parking structure at 91 W. Forest Ave between Cass and Woodward ($7). The Hilberry lot is closed due to construction. Accessibility Schaver Music Recital Hall is completely barrier free when using the front entrance on West Hancock. The Hall is equipped with six wheelchair spaces. Please call 313-335-3300 to reserve a wheelchair space.

Please note that in keeping with COVID-related safety precautions, the Society Cafe will be closed temporarily. We plan to resume service later in the 2021-22 season.

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THANK YOU TO OUR DONORS The Chamber Music Society of Detroit expresses its deep appreciation to the many individuals, foundations and businesses whose generosity makes possible the concerts, live-streamed performances and educational programs we present in communities across southeast Michigan and beyond.


Foundations, Corporations & Businesses $50,000 and Up

$5,000 - $9,999

Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs

CultureSource Evola Music Fischer Family Foundation Gartner Greenleaf Trust Corporation Kresge Foundation Gloria Miner Charitable Music Fund Shayne Solomon Group at Morgan Stanley

United States CARES Act $25,000 and Up Anonymous Foundation Paul M. Angell Family Foundation National Endowment for the Arts U.S. Small Business Administration $10,000 - $24,999 Flagstar Foundation Seligman Family Foundation Wayne County

$1,000 - $4,999 The Counsel General of Canada in Detroit

Detroit Public Schools Foundation Goodness Gracious Floral Honigman, Miller, Schwartz & Cohn LLP Roberts Restaurant Group The Sigmund and Sophie Rohlik Foundation $100 - $999 Stephanie and Dennis Cohen Charitable Fund The Robert and Bess Cook Foundation David and Andrea Page Family Foundation GoDaddy

Individuals $25,000 and up Floy & Lee Barthel Estate of Rohn Goldman Diane & John Kaplan Kathleen O’Toole Schein & Randolph Schein Henry Shevitz $10,000 - $24,999 Cindy & Harold Daitch John & Karen Fischer Enid & Rick Grauer Ann & James Nicholson Roberta Viviano $5,000 - $9,999 Linda & Maurice Binkow 22

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Mary Ellen & Harold Gurewitz Barbara and Edward Klarman Daniel Lee James Nicholson, Jr. Elyse F Schostak Norma Jean Shufro Helen K. Wilk Donald G. Wogaman Carolyn and Phil Wogaman $2,500 - $4,999 Cecilia Benner Sandy & Thomas Bergh Lee & Paul Blizman Joyce & George Blum Lois Pincus Cohn & Avern Cohn

Teresa & Jim Evola Sara & Michael Frank Thea G. Glicksman Suzanne Burke & Robert Hicks Lynne Metty Miriam Sandweiss Dolores Silverstein Richard Sonenklar & Gregory Haynes Kathleen & Ronald Whitney Chuck Wilk $1,500 - $2,499 Claire & Arnold Berkman Ann & Charles Bieneman Claire Grosberg & Pam Opperer Chamber Music Society of Detroit

Fay Herman William Hulsker Barbara and Carl Levin Phoebe & Harris Mainster Jeanne Salathiel Susan Sheiner Gary Wozniak $1,000 - $1,499 Lori & Mathias Bahnmueller Carol Chadwick Wendy & Andy Cox Kevin Dennis & Jeremy Zeltzer Herschel Fink Carol & Burke Fossee Lauri Ellias & James Murphy Anne Ginn Maria Y. Etienne & Howard Goldberg Linda Golumbia Barbara & Paul Goodman Jeanette J. Isenhour Carol Levin Cyril Moscow Joel & Ruth Shayne Marjorie Hecht Simon Susan & David Thoms $500 - $999 Nina Dodge Abrams Elizabeth Baergen Samuel Beale Chris and Regina Brodersen Roberta Brown & Keith Wissman Pam & Quint Burkhart Caroline Coade Lauri & Murray Christianson Ina Cohen Stephanie & Dennis Cohen Nancy & Richard Cowan Michael Dahl Lillian and Walter Dean Edna Freier Margot & Herbert Gardner Harriet Gelfond Arlene Gendelman Janet Gumenick

Cathy and Peter Halstead Cleo & James Hamilton Dagny and Don Harris Georgene Herschbach Karen & Andrew Isble DeWard Johnson, Jr. Ellen Kahn Ann Katz Sharon & Jerry Knoppow Diana Lieberman Laura & Channing Lipson Beth Denenberg Lowe & Jonathan Lowe Jane Miller Shelley Mintz Marian Pettengill Mary Pickett Stephanie & Peter Ruseckas Sondra Sheine Aimee Ergas & Tor Shwayder Marriette Simon Cynthia Snider Mildred Subrin Amy Hardison Tully Gerri & Ron Vander Molen Sandra & Robert Weitz Jackie & Bob Wiggins Barbara Zitzewitz $250 - $499 Beth Goldman & David Anderson Gerda Bielitz Doris & Eric Billes Jerome Bookstein Carol Bromberg Paul Carlier Graeme Christianson Marilyn Citron Bob & Cindy Clement Lynne Cookson Jo Coskey Bruce Donigan Nancy Duffy Abraham Feder Joanne Fisher Charles Gelfond

Jennie Lieberman & Robert Glassman Rosalind & Michael Grand Paul Groffsky Gail & Jack Hunger Jean Klarich Sharon Klein Michael Kuhne Nancy & Harold Kulish Lorraine Lerner Jan Leventer Terry Lewis Thomas G. Libby James S. C. Liu Margaret & James Meyer Wendy S. Sheine & Edwin Monsell Joyce & James Montante Mary Nave Hedda & William Panzer Ruth Peng Cindy Maxwell-Philips & John Philips Diane Raban Rose Rasch Joseph Rooney Dorothy & Herschel Sandberg Lynne Schatz Charles Schmitter Lucy Schoener Gail Ernstein & David Sonnenschein Sylvia Starkman Joan Stein C. Dominique van de Stadt Elaine Weingarden Dean Whitehead Monica Ziegelman $100 - $249 Judith & Joel Adelman William Alsover Sandra Altman Andrew Appel Julie Athanas Jill Bader Denise & Scott Bailey Fall 2021


Judith Bailey Helena & Richard Balon Mefi O. Barrera Marcia & Martin Baum Cynthia Bertini Keith Berven Susan Birndorf Nancy & Richard Blieden Patricia Block Nadia Borys Michael Bradie Bonnie & Les Bricker Sharon Brooks Marilyn Brose Arthur Brown Jean Casey Andre Chenault Marcy Citron Diana Constance Shery Cotton Barbara Cushing Susan Dadian Hugo Decampos Margot Demarais Duane Devries Rex Dotson Margaret Dufault Norah Duncan, IV Alan Duncanson Brenda Dunlop Andrea Eisenberg Edgar Ellis Rose Fagin Steven Fairman Maureen Bell Field & David A. Field Rita Folbe Lois Frank Allison Fultz Carol Gagliardi Irene Gibson Marilyn Gilbert Shyrle & Joseph Gilbert Ruth Goldman Judith Goldner Phebe & Sidney Goldstein 24

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Linda Goodman Ivan Green David Greer Hanley Gurwin Adrienne Guss Carl Gutowski Mary Gwizdala Amy and Mark Haimann Barbara Hanchin Florence Herrmann Anna Himelhoch Judith & Alan Hudson Kenneth Hull Sharon Hunter Kenneth Jaede Regina Jaye Agatha Pfeiffer Kalkanis Marian Kantor Erika Keith Elizabeth Kertesz-Hackett Paul Kilgore Renate Klass Aileen & Harvey Kleiman Rayna & Natalio Kogan Jeannie & Walter Koziol Joel Krosnick Brian Kutinsky Travis Laberge Susan Landis Simona Leszinsky Andrea Lighthall Sally Lindroth Barbara Linnenbrink Suzanne & Edmund London Daisy M. Lucente David Mandiberg Kypros Markou Nadine McKay Craig R. McLean Donald Meier Arthur Mellor Kenneth Mogill Martha Motia William Mould Koji Mukai

Judith Musser Julie Nagel Sandra Nathanson Gordon Nielsen Antonia Oakley Martha Palmer Mary Paquette-Abt Martha Pleiss Richard Price Evelyn & Julian Prince David Pritchard Beatrix Fuzet & Andrew Przekop Ruth Rattner Loretta Ryder Sally Sanfield Jerrie Sasson Bill Schahfer Yvonne Schilla Haim Schlick Steve Schneider Sally Schottenfels Richard Scott Ellen Shiner Irwin B. & Melinda M. Simon Marvel Sims Annette Sipher Shirley and Jack Sirotkin Annette Smith Denis Smith Louise Smith Brook Speltz David Steiner Robert Steiner Elayne & Daniel Steinhardt Misako Sterbenz James Stewart Elaine & Norman Thorpe Tian Tian Kathleen Tillson Lorraine Trujillo Marilyn Tuchow Eva Von Voss Willa Walker John Wallbank Chamber Music Society of Detroit

Diana Warshay Gerald Weintraub Robert Westby Rissa & Sheldon Winkelman Benson Woo Thomas Yates Rosalie & Sidney Young Lita Zemmol $50 - $99 Charles Abbas Linda Ashley Ayumi Bailly Bridget Balint Mefi Barrera Melissa Barrett Seymour Baxter Deborah Borst Janis Braun-Levine Merilee & Andrew Broder Norman Bucknor Maria & Mark Cahn Mary Carleton Anatoliy Chikhalenko Sylvia & Kenneth Chun Karen Cirino Edward Clark Catherine Compton Cathleen Corken Susan Creveling Debbie David Edwina Davis Melinda and Gregory Defauw Mary Dooley Alan Duncanson Georgeann Edford Keith Edwards Miki Eiji Barbara & Gary Eisenberg Alla Epshteyn Suzanne Erbes John Failey Kenneth Fischer Ilene Fruitman Carol Gagliardi

Marc Gerstein Michael Goree Margery Groten Carol Guither Elizabeth Hackett Laura Hagley Barbara Hamilton Andrea Hartman Katie Hartsock John Haury Amy Hannes Gloria Heppner Margaret Hill Paul Hirsch Ann Holmes Phyllis Hubbard Sungwon Hwang Nancy Jones Sally Keane Ralph Keith Victoria King Miwa Kitahata Jacqueline Kraeuter Michael Kuhne Dong Kun Kim Yury Kupershtok Bruce Lamb Sandra Landau Scott Langenburg Kelly Larson Frank Latos Sylvia Lee Elaine Linstedt Richard Lobert Rosemary Loeb William Madill Roberta Maki Matthew Mason Andrea Methven Judith Miller Judy Miller Judith Musser Geoffrey Nathan Matthew Nix Helen Ochs

Frances Olson Linda Permut Corrine Pirog Andres Guitron Pruneda Mary Lynne Radcliffe Michael Raizman Pam Richardson Pearl Rissman Janet Cane Roblin Amy Rose Barbara Rosen Dena Scher Christopher Schim Jacqueline Schmidt Steve Schneider Phyllis and Sheldon Schwartz Robert Schwyn Richard Scott Michael Scrivener John Shapiro Suzanne Share David Sieg Constance Silver Mariette & Sidney Simon Marvel Sims Annette Smith April Smith Louise Smith Marco Spallone Beatrice Staples Misako Sterbenz Lawrence Stocker Donna Tavani Ruth Tobias Joanne Ugelow Deanna Weinberg Doris Werner James Wilking Maryann Wilkinson Beverly & Barry Williams Thomas Woelfel Patricia Woodward Rebecca Wyatt Lita Zemmol Alexander Zull Fall 2021


Operating Fund contributions have been received in memory of: Eugene & Charlene Axelrod Raymond Benner Catherine Bova Leonard Brose Dolores Curiel Rosa Ernstein Rohn Goldman Thoebe Goldstein Julie Gurwin Theresa Harper

Operating Fund contributions have been received in honor of: Paul Blizman Harold Daitch Howard Goldberg Enid & Rick Grauer Jerry Harron & Carol Gunther Robert Hicks Norman Rubin Steve Schneider Henry Shevitz Roberta Viviano

Stanley Levy Judith Lowe & Ida Milstein Lowe Helen & Jack Rooney Helen Rowan Joseph Savin Susan Shevitz


Endowed Concert The David and Andrea Page 1797 Concert Celebrating Music of the Renaissance, Baroque and Classical Periods

Endowed Chairs

Each season, a performing artist will be designated as the occupant of the following endowed performance chairs: Cindy and Harold Daitch Chair in Cello Performance Ronald “Rohn” M. Goldman Chair in Viola Performance Diane L. and John A. Kaplan Chair in Piano Performance Kathleen and Randolph Schein Emerging Artist Chair Henry and Susan Shevitz Collaborative Piano Chair Norma Jean and Arthur S. Shufro Chair in Violin Performance

Endowed Funds Beverly Franzblau Baker Endowment Fund Lee and Paul Blizman Endowment for Contemporary Music 26

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++ = planned gift commitment

Dr. I. Harold and Gertrude S. Friedman Fund Gifts to Endowment ($250 or more, cumulative) $250,000 and up Kathleen O’Toole Schein & Randolph Schein+, ++ $150,000 - $249,999 Andrea & David Page 3,4 $100,000 - $149,999 Beverly Baker Lee & Paul Blizman+ Jean and Sam Frankel 3,4 Barbara & Edward Klarman 3,4 Fay B. Herman++ Leonard Mazerov $50,000 - $99,000 Cindy & Harold Daitch 3 Diane L. & John A. Kaplan 3 Susan & Henry Shevitz++ $10,000 - $49,999 Beztak Companies 3 Penny & Harold Blumenstein 4 Lorraine & Jerome Bookstein Comerica Private Banking 4

Rohn Goldman ++ Enid & Richard Grauer 3,4 ++ Kresge Foundation 4 Aviva & Jack Robinson Miriam Sandweiss 4 Joseph Silverstein 4 David R. Weinberg & Effi P. Weinberg 2,4 Helen & Clyde Wu 3,4 $1,000 - $9,999 Beth Goldman & David Anderson 3,4 Frieda Applebaum 3,4 Eva Redei & Edward Applebaum 3,4 Renah & Max Bardenstein 4 Nora & Guy Barron 4 Batya Berlin 4 Barbara & Harold Beznos 3,4 Lois R. & Maurice Jerry Beznos 4 Linda & Maurice Binkow 4 Loris G. Birnkrant 4 Betty Blair 4 Nancy and Richard Blieden 3 Lynne B. Cookson 3,4 Adrienne & Robert Z. Feldstein 4 Harry Francis 3 Dr. & Mrs. Alegro Godley 4 Rochelle & Robert S. Gold 3,4 Chamber Music Society of Detroit

Maria Y. Etienne & Howard Goldberg 3,4 Cynthia & Michael Hathaway Michael Hermanoff 4 Partners of Honigman, Miller, Schwartz & Cohn LLP Carole & Norman Hyman Fay & Austin Kanter 4 Ann & Norman D. Katz Jeannie & Walter Koziol 3,4 Judy & Michael Layne 3 Linda & Edward C. Levy, Jr. 4 Laura & Channing Lipson 4 Beth Denenberg Lowe & Jonathan Lowe 3,4 Jerry Luptak Carlton Maley & Blake Spraggins 4 Jeannette Miller 4 Blaire H. Miller & Glenn Clark Dean E. and Barbara J. Richardson Foundation Carol & Leo Sheiner Norma Jean & Arthur S. Shufro 3,4 Barbara & Bernard H. Stollman 3 Barbara & Irving Tukel 4 Roberta Viviano Beverly & Hadley Wine 4 Rissa & Sheldon Winkelman 3 Margaret W. Winkelman & Robert A. Krause Susan & Arnold Winshall 4 $500 - $999 Anonymous (2) 3 David Breitman 4 Laurie and Thomas Forbes 3 Joyce Ginsberg Joan & Manuel Jacobs Suzanne & John Kullen 4 Hedda & William C. Panzer 4 Arlene & John Redfield Corliss & Jerry Rosenberg 4 Rhoda & Albert Rosenthal 4 Ruth Adler Schnee 3 Sally B. Schottenfels Marjorie Simon 3 Sandra K. Sommer April & Dennis J. Tini 3 Donald M. Vuchetich

$250 - $499 Nancy & Eduardo Arciniegas 4 Teryl & Armen Asher 3 Margaret Demant 3,4 Chris Engquist Leila & Martin Evelev 4 Harriet & Allan Gelfond 4 Patricia Gurin Deanna & David Holtzman 3 Sylvia Iwrey 3,4 Sterling C. Jones Betti & Sol Kurtzman 4 Lorraine Lerner 4 Aurelia & Alvin B. Michaels Vera Fay Righthand 4 Judy & Chris Rossman Helen A. Rowin Violet Soltar 4 Fraida Joy Stillwater 3 Josh & Midge Stulberg 4 Bruce Tobis & Alice Hamele Sanford Waxer Jane & J. Bryan Williams 4 Includes support for the Cleveland Quartet Award 3 Includes support for the Lois R. Beznos President’s Discretionary Endowment Fund 4 Includes support for the Van Dusen Endowment Challenge 2

Endowment Gifts have been received in honor of: Debbie Altman Lois R. Beznos Carol & Ricky Blumenstein Barbara Klarman Andrea & David Page Marjorie & Harold Victor Endowment Gifts have been received in memory of: M. Lawrence Applebaum Pearle Baskin Marvin H. Bookstein Rose & Richard Cooper Fred M. Ginsberg Karl Haas Sol Iwrey Wendy Joyrich Linda Hoffman Kozlowski Norman D. Kloosterman Milton J. (Jack) Miller Albert Rosenthal O. D. Silverstein Toba & Bert Smokler Gerald Tuchow

Sostenuto Society++ Reflecting the musical for “sustain,” the members of the Sostenuto Society are making bequest gifts that will help to sustain the Chamber Music Society of Detroit for generations to come. Betty Blair Enid & Richard Grauer Julie & Hanley Gurwin Fay Herman Suzanne L. Burke & Robert D. Hicks Monica & Robert Koenig Beth & Jonathan Lowe Andrea Page Norma Jean Shufro Michele & Steve Wogaman

This list reflects contributions of $50 or more received March 1, 2020 through August 31, 2021. The Chamber Music Society of Detroit deeply regrets any errors or omissions. For questions or concerns, please call the Chamber Music Society at 313-335-3350.

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