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SOLUNA

NANCY A. N AS H E R A ND DAV ID J. HAE M IS E G G E R FA M I LY

I N T E R N AT I O N A L MUSIC & ARTS F E S T I VA L MAY 15 - JUNE 4 2017

PRESENTED BY

J A A P VA N Z W E D E N

M U S I C D I R E C TO R


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Music Director Jaap van Zweden and the Dallas Symphony welcome you to the 2017 Nancy A. Nasher and David J. Haemisegger Family SOLUNA International Music & Arts Festival!

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SOLUNA was launched in 2015 with the goals of uniting and collaborating with partners in the Dallas Arts District, and creating unique experiences among different disciplines and genres. Now in its third year, we have seen these goals become reality. SOLUNA has established a real presence in the Dallas cultural landscape and beyond, and it is continuing to generate excitement.

Jaap van Zweden Music Director

Anna-Sophia van Zweden

SOLUNA Festival Co-Founder & Advisor

Gillian Friedman

Director of SOLUNA Projects

Muriel Quancard

SOLUNA Curator-At-Large

The Dallas Symphony Orchestra’s performances are at the heart of SOLUNA, and each year audiences hear new works or pieces not often performed. From the introspection and inquisitiveness of Bernstein’s Kaddish Symphony to Mahler’s youthful Das klagende Lied, Jaap van Zweden and the DSO have given memorable performances in the Meyerson. This year under the festival’s theme of “Dreams and Illusions,” Jaap and the DSO will present Elgar’s monumental The Dream of Gerontius, and will dig deep into the character and context of Prokofiev’s Symphony No. 5. Each year SOLUNA partners with thoughtprovoking contemporary visual artists and performers to present cutting-edge collaborations and exhibitions that promise fresh new perspectives. SOLUNA 2017 will again present immersive contemporary art projects that bring the best to Dallas. We want to recognize and thank Anna-Sophia van Zweden for laying the foundation for those rich partnerships. Most of all, SOLUNA is a festival of and for Dallas. We are a product of the city’s diversity, its spirit of collaboration and its bold artistic expression. SOLUNA offers an unparalleled opportunity to explore the arts in Dallas, and as we continue to investigate the intersections between music, dance, opera, drama, education, science and contemporary art, we invite you to explore everything SOLUNA has to offer. From all of us at the Dallas Symphony, enjoy SOLUNA!

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Visual Arts Framework. By Muriel Quancard

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ADVISORY PANEL

WHY PATTERNS JONAH BOKAER, SHARKITECHTURE SOLUNA ‘16

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27 SPONSORS ©MARK KITAOKA

34 BIOS 40 PARTNER ORGANIZATIONS 63 DALLAS ARTS DISTRICT MAP

CONRAD TAO RECITAL SOLUNA ‘16

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S OLU NA IS… The third annual Nancy A. Nasher and David J. Haemisegger Family SOLUNA International Music & Arts Festival presents a curated three-week experience, staging a series of performances and mixed-media installations by some of the most exciting contemporary artists working today, alongside concerts by the Dallas Symphony Orchestra led by Music Director Jaap van Zweden. Programming for the 2017 festival is centered on the theme of “Dreams & Illusions.” Whether daydreams, nightmares, wistful thinking or shimmering mirages, artists have “SOLUNA Bridges The Gap been inspired by the concept of dreaming for Between Classical Music centuries. From Elgar’s And Contemporary Culture” monumental The Dream of Gerontius to Jessica FORBES Mitrani’s Traveling Lady to aspirational dreams of the youth of Dallas, SOLUNA will explore the representation of dreams and consciousness through music and visual arts. SOLUNA brings together a diverse audience of cultural explorers — many new to a classical music concert or unfamiliar with art galleries or museums — who share a sense of exploration and discovery with international artists and musicians curious about new processes of creation and new modes of expression. SOLUNA shines the light of creativity onto fresh eyes and ears and inspires travel across never-before-seen landscapes. We invite you to discover everything the Dallas arts community has to offer and connect the arts to our community and to the world.

REMIX: ORCHESTRAL MYTH & LEGEND, ANTON GINZBURG SOLUNA ‘16 ©MARK KITAOKA

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RULES OF THE GAME BOKAER, ARSHAM, WILLIAMS SOLUNA ‘16

“A cerebral celebration of music and art, with a bit of Coachella mixed in.” PAPERCITY

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JAAP VAN ZWEDEN CONDUCTS MAHLER SOLUNA ‘16

“The SOLUNA Festival has some serious ambitions.” KERA

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PR E VIEW EV E N TS Winspear Opera House

ARJUNA’S DILEMMA

EVEREST, THE DALLAS OPERA SOLUNA ‘17

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THU | MAY 4 7:30PM

THE DALLAS OPERA Exotic musical elements of East and West in this visually-enhanced concert performance by The Dallas Opera. Douglas J. Cuomo’s critically acclaimed work about life’s biggest questions.

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EVEREST FRI | MAY 5 7:30PM

RYAN MCNAMARA AND CAST SOLUNA PREVIEW ‘14

Winspear Opera House

THE DALLAS OPERA

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Winspear Opera House

Winspear Opera House

THE MAGIC PIANO

NORMA

SAT | MAY 6

SUN | MAY 7

THE DALLAS OPERA

THE DALLAS OPERA

The Dallas Opera presents a charming animated European adventure, with the music of Chopin performed live by renowned Lang Lang protégé, Derek Wang.

This jewel of the bel canto repertoire is set in the tense atmosphere of Roman-occupied Gaul. TDO’s all-star season finale, conducted by Emmanuel Villaume.

2PM

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Joby Talbot and Gene Scheer’s stunningly powerful and poignant tale of an ill-fated expedition to Mt. Everest, featuring stars from The Dallas Opera’s 2015 world premiere.

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APR 4 - MAY 21 ELECTRA THU | MAY 4 ARJUNA’S DILEMMA | 7:30PM FRI | MAY 5 EVEREST | 7:30PM SAT | MAY 6 THE MAGIC PIANO | 2PM SUN | MAY 7

TUE | MAY 23 THE DREAMS AND PRAYERS OF ISAAC THE BLIND | 7:30PM WED | MAY 24 DREAMSPACE | 9PM FRI | MAY 26 VAN ZWEDEN CONDUCTS ELGAR | 7:30PM

NORMA | 2PM SAT | MAY 27 MON | MAY 15

PIA CAMIL | 2PM

A MUSICIAN’S VIEW | 7PM

ARTIST TALK: PIA CAMIL | 5PM VAN ZWEDEN CONDUCTS ELGAR | 7:30PM

MAY 16 – JUNE 4 WE KNOW YOU’VE GOT SOUL

SUN | MAY 28 PASSPORT TO THE PARK | 10AM

TUE | MAY 16 ARTIST TALK: HENRI SCARS STRUCK | 6PM MATTHIAS GOERNE IN

THE RHYTHMS OF DANCE | 3PM MON | MAY 29 MEMORIAL DAY CONCERT | 8:15PM

RECITAL | 7:30PM TUE | MAY 30 FRI | MAY 19

DALLAS DREAMS BIG | 6PM + 8:30PM

REMIX: A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM | 7:30PM

THU | JUNE 1

SPRING CELEBRATION | 7:30PM

TRAVELING LADY | 7:30PM

SAT | MAY 20 MUSIC AND THE BRAIN | 9AM REMIX: A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM | 7:30PM SPRING CELEBRATION | 7:30PM

FRI | JUNE 2 PROKOFIEV 5 | 7:30PM ALICE IN WONDERLAND | 8PM SAT | JUNE 3

SUN | MAY 21

ALICE IN WONDERLAND | 2PM

ULTRA-SEEING: THE MANDALA

BEYOND THE SCORE | 7:30PM

PATTERN | 2PM

ALICE IN WONDERLAND | 8PM

SPRING CELEBRATION | 2:30PM SUEÑOS Y MUSICA DE MÉXICO | 3PM

SUN | JUNE 4 ALICE IN WONDERLAND | 2PM

MON | MAY 22

PROKOFIEV 5 | 2:30PM

YEFIM BRONFMAN IN RECITAL | 7PM

ALICE IN WONDERLAND | 7PM

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Meyerson Symphony Center

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MON | MAY 15 7PM

MEMBERS OF THE DALLAS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

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ELECTRA APR 4 - MAY 21 DALLAS THEATER CENTER Lust, murder and fury explode in this tale of familial betrayal, presented by Dallas Theater Center.

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PERSPECTIVES 1 (2015), ARNOLD CHANG + MICHAEL CHERNEY PHOTOGRAPHY AND INK ON XUAN PAPER; 24 3/4 X 58 IN PRIVATE COLLECTION; IMAGE IS COURTESY OF THE ARTISTS

Annette Strauss Square

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Join musicians of the DSO on the McDermott Concert Hall stage for performances of chamber works that draw from the well of dreams and illusions.

Crow Collection of Asian Art

WE KNOW YOU’VE GOT SOUL MAY 16 - JUNE 4 HENRI SCARS STRUCK GRAMMY® Award-winning composer and pianist Henri Scars Struck creates a meditative soundscape, confronting tradition and contemporary art practice, and Eastern and Western sensibilities inspired by Arnold Chang and Michael Cherney’s exhibition and the art throughout the Crow Collection.

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Crow Collection of Asian Art

ARTIST TALK: HENRI SCARS STRUCK TUE | MAY 16 6PM

Join Jacqueline Chao, Curator of Asian Art for the Crow Collection of Asian Art, in conversation with the artist about his site-specific work and how his musical interventions interact with the visual art throughout the museum.

FREE

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REMIX: ORCHESTRAL MYTH & LEGEND, ANTON GINZBURG SOLUNA ‘16

Dallas City Performance Hall

MATTHIAS GOERNE IN RECITAL SCHUBERT: DIE WINTERREISE TUE | MAY 16 7:30PM

MATTHIAS GOERNE baritone MARKUS HINTERHÄUSER piano Distinguished German baritone and DSO Artist-in-Residence Matthias Goerne performs Schubert’s hauntingly poignant song cycle of lost love, past dreams and illusions; a lonely soul’s journey in winter. Performed without intermission.

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Dallas City Performance Hall

REMIX A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM MAY 19 + 20 7:30PM

RUTH REINHARDT conducts DALLAS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA WOMEN OF THE DALLAS SYMPHONY CHORUS Joshua Habermann DIRECTOR Ruth Reinhardt conducts Mendelssohn’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. The complete incidental music is interspersed with popular verses from Shakespeare’s original text and inspiring musical interludes.

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MAY 19 - 21

7:30PM/2:30PM

DALLAS BLACK DANCE THEATRE A grand finale to DBDT’s 40th season with Dallas premieres by Ballet and Modern Dance masters, including Twyla Tharp’s 1983 duet “Sinatra Suite.”

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ALLURES (1961), JORDAN BELSON COURTESY OF LIGHT CONE

SPRING CELEBRATION

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Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre

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Dallas City Performance Hall

MUSIC AND THE BRAIN SAT | MAY 20 9AM

DALLAS SYMPHONY ASSOCIATION UT SOUTHWESTERN – Peter O’Donnell Jr. Brain Institute Guests Ping Ho, Dr. Charles Limb and Tod Machover present a seminar exploring the neuroscience of music and creativity. The morning concludes with an interactive performance by brass players of the DSO.

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Nasher Sculpture Center

ULTRA-SEEING: THE MANDALA PATTERN SUN | MAY 21

2PM

MARTIN BACK JORDAN BELSON BRUCE CONNER ADAM R. LEVINE NOMINOË JOOST REKVELD JAMES WHITNEY

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A live media performance and a film installation are contextualized by seminal films in this exploration of experimental cinema using synesthesia and visualization of music. Colours by Nominoë will be on display from May 16 to 21.

FREE

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SUN | MAY 21

3PM

MEMBERS OF THE DALLAS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Stunning visual works by Diego Rivera, Frida Kahlo and José Clemente Orozco set the scene for a unique chamber music experience involving Dallas Symphony Orchestra musicians inspired by the Dallas Museum of Art’s México 1900–1950 exhibition.

FREE

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SELF-PORTRAIT (AUTORRETRATO) (1952), ROSA ROLANDA OIL ON CANVAS, ACERVO MUSEO DE ARTE MODERNO/INBA

SUEÑOS Y MUSICA DE MÉXICO

©COURTESY OF EL INSTITUTO NACIONAL DE BELLAS ARTES Y LITERATURA, 2017

SOLUNA ‘17

Dallas Museum of Art | Horchow Auditorium

ST. VINCENT WITH MEMBERS OF THE DALLAS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA SOLUNA ‘15 ©SYLVIA ELZAFON

Meyerson Symphony Center

Dallas City Performance Hall

YEFIM BRONFMAN IN RECITAL

THE DREAMS AND PRAYERS OF ISAAC THE BLIND

MON | MAY 22

TUE | MAY 23

7PM

7:30PM

Yefim Bronfman performs a piano recital including Schumann’s Humoreske, Stravinsky’s Petrushka and works by 20th-century composers Bartók and Debussy.

GREGORY RADEN clarinet ALEXANDER KERR violin MEMBERS OF THE DALLAS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

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An intimate chamber music experience featuring works by Osvaldo Golijov and Felix Mendelssohn.

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DREAMSPACE AGENCE 5970 SOLUNA '17

Meyerson Symphony Center

DREAMSPACE WED | MAY 24 9PM

AGENCE 5970 An interactive audiovisual installation that seeks to inspire a state of meditation, encouraging the exploration of the structure of dreams.

FREE

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Meyerson Symphony Center DIVISOR PIRATA (2016), PIA CAMIL GUATEMALA, COURTESY OF THE ARTIST SOLUNA '17

VAN ZWEDEN CONDUCTS ELGAR MAY 26 + 27 7:30PM

JAAP VAN ZWEDEN conducts DALLAS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA ALICE COOTE mezzo-soprano PAUL GROVES tenor JOHN RELYEA bass CHILDREN’S CHORUS OF GREATER DALLAS Cynthia Nott DIRECTOR DALLAS SYMPHONY CHORUS Joshua Habermann DIRECTOR Dallas Symphony Music Director Jaap van Zweden conducts Elgar’s The Dream of Gerontius. Widely regarded as Elgar’s finest choral work, this performance showcases the 200-member strong Dallas Symphony Chorus.

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Dallas Contemporary

Dallas Contemporary

PIA CAMIL

ARTIST TALK: PIA CAMIL

SAT | MAY 27 2PM

Pia Camil brings her normally static work to life. Through this act of alchemy, she explores themes of collective participation, urban growth and commodity culture.

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SAT | MAY 27 5PM

The artist talks about her performance piece and how it interacts with her solo exhibition, which continues through August 2017.

dallascontemporary.org FREE

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Klyde Warren Park

PASSPORT TO THE PARK EXPLORING THE CULTURE OF DALLAS SUN | MAY 28

10AM-2:30PM

BARACK OBAMA MALE LEADERSHIP ACADEMY JAZZ BAND BOOKER T. WASHINGTON HSPVA GOSPEL CHOIR DALLAS ASIAN AMERICAN YOUTH ORCHESTRA HELPING HAND DRUMS MARIACHI LOS UNICOS DE GREINER MIDDLE SCHOOL THE OBSCURE DIGNITARIES An interactive and family-friendly day of free and culturally diverse performances and activities held throughout Klyde Warren Park, including yoga with Exhale Spa, hands-on activities and the Perot Museum’s TECH Trucks.

FREE

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Dallas City Performance Hall

LATINO CONNECTIONS! THE RHYTHMS OF DANCE SUN | MAY 28 3PM

NEW PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA OF IRVING SERGIO ESPINOSA conducts This concert showcases music inspired by dances - including works by famous Mexican and Argentine composers such as Márquez, Ponce, Revueltas and Ginastera.

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MEMORIAL DAY CONCERT + FIREWORKS DISPLAY MON | MAY 29 8:15PM

TRAVELING LADY (2014), JESSICA MITRANI FLORENCE GOULD HALL, NEW YORK, FOR CROSSING THE LINE, 2014 SOLUNA '17

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Flag Pole Hill

DALLAS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA PARKS CONCERTS SERIES In honor of America's veterans and first responders, the Dallas Symphony Orchestra performs a stirring concert of patriotic tunes that's free for the whole family. Pack up a picnic, and enjoy an evening under the stars.

FREE

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Latino Cultural Center

DALLAS DREAMS BIG TUE | MAY 30

TRAVELING LADY THU | JUNE 1

6PM + 8:30PM

7:30PM

WILL RICHEY spoken word BRIANNE SARGENT cello S-ANKH RASA percussion MEMBERS OF THE DALLAS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA YOUNG STRINGS

JESSICA MITRANI director ROSSY de PALMA performer ALEX CZETWERTYNSKI digital ANDRES LEVIN music

An engaging concert experience combining music and dream-inspired spoken word art. Each one-hour performance includes art created during two months of community workshops held at the Oak Cliff Cultural Center, Big Thought and the South Dallas Cultural Center.

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Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre

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Part performance, part film, this multimedia experience maps a journey at once physical and psychological, earthly and cosmic. De Palma embodies the spirit of American journalist Nellie Bly, who serves as the starting point to challenge social and gender dynamics.

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Meyerson Symphony Center

ALICE IN WONDERLAND

PROKOFIEV 5

JUNE 2 - 4

JUNE 2 + 4

7:30PM + 2:30PM

TEXAS BALLET THEATER A bouncing rabbit, a beguiling cat and a crazy queen. What has Alice fallen into? Will she ever get right-side up? Find out when TBT presents Ben Stevenson’s Alice in Wonderland.

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REMIX: ORCHESTRAL MYTH & LEGEND, ANTON GINZBURG SOLUNA ‘16

Winspear Opera House

JAAP VAN ZWEDEN conducts DALLAS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA YEFIM BRONFMAN piano BRAHMS Piano Concerto No. 2 PROKOFIEV Symphony No. 5 Music Director Jaap van Zweden conducts Prokofiev's hymn to the greatness of the human spirit. Plus Yefim Bronfman performs Brahms's Second Piano Concerto.

ALICE IN WONDERLAND SOLUNA ‘17

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Meyerson Symphony Center

BEYOND THE SCORE®: PURE PROPAGANDA? PROKOFIEV: SYMPHONY NO. 5 SAT | JUNE 3 7:30PM

JAAP VAN ZWEDEN conducts DALLAS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA GERARD MCBURNEY narrates KITCHEN DOG THEATER BEYOND THE SCORE® Prokofiev 5 - Pure Propaganda? PROKOFIEV Symphony No. 5 This dramatic presentation begins with a riveting multimedia first half that takes you back in time to WWII-era Soviet Russia, culminating with the mighty Fifth Symphony performed in its entirety.

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ELGAR’S DREAM

A rarely heard masterpiece comes to SOLUNA

When he had finished composing his oratorio

“It is Elgar’s most impressive piece and unbelievably beautiful,” said Music Director Jaap van Zweden. “It’s a masterpiece – like the Requiems of Brahms and Verdi – but a lot of people have never heard it.” The text is based on a poem by John Henry Newman, an English Catholic cardinal and theologian in the 19th century. The narrative follows a dying Gerontius, from the Greek word for “old man," as he confronts angels and demons on his quest to understand death and the meaning of life. “This large-scale work is a masterful rhapsodic meditation on life, death and transcendence from one of our most under-appreciated composers,” said Chorus Director Joshua Habermann. “It is a rare treat to perform – or to hear – this marvelous piece.” The Dream of Gerontius is a cornerstone of this year’s SOLUNA Festival focusing on the theme of “Dreams and Illusions.” “I was very happy that the theme of the Festival gave me the opportunity to present this piece,” said van Zweden. “That’s what SOLUNA is for—to bring different music to people.” Special thanks to Seattle Symphony and Paul Schiaro.

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The Dream of Gerontius, Edward Elgar inscribed these lines by the English writer John Ruskin on the final page of his manuscript. Nothing could indicate more clearly the composer’s feeling for this work, its personal importance to him and his faith in its artistic merit — faith that was vindicated despite a disastrous first performance. Within just a few years Gerontius became widely recognized as the first great English oratorio since those of Handel, written 150 years and more earlier, and its beauty and depth of expression remain widely admired.

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“This is the best of me; for the rest, I ate and drank, and slept, loved and hated, like another. My life was as the vapour, and is not; but this I saw, and knew; this, if anything of mine, is worth your memory.”

Meyerson Symphony Center

VAN ZWEDEN CONDUCTS ELGAR MAY 26 + 27 7:30PM

JAAP VAN ZWEDEN conducts DALLAS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA ALICE COOTE mezzo-soprano PAUL GROVES tenor JOHN RELYEA bass CHILDREN’S CHORUS OF GREATER DALLAS Cynthia Nott DIRECTOR DALLAS SYMPHONY CHORUS Joshua Habermann DIRECTOR

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HOWARD RACHOFSKY – CO-CHAIR RON SPEARS – CO-CHAIR RUBEN E. ESQUIVEL MELISSA FETTER RICHARD FISHER ERIC GREEN HOWARD HALLAM JULIE HERSH MARGO KEYES AMBASSADOR RON KIRK NANCY A. NASHER LUCILO PEÑA KELLI QUESTROM MAYOR MIKE RAWLINGS NANCY ROGERS PEGGY SEWELL CHRISTEN WILSON

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A MUSICIAN’S VIEW SOLUNA ‘16

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EXPLORING THE CULTURE OF DALLAS AT PASSPORT TO THE PARK SOLUNA is thrilled to present a brand new community-based collaboration, Passport to the Park. Drawing inspiration from Dallas’s diverse and international population, Passport is an interactive and family-friendly day of culturally diverse performances and activities in partnership with Klyde Warren Park. “Community partnerships are vital to SOLUNA,” said Gillian Friedman, Director of SOLUNA Projects. “By fostering valuable and long-term relationships within our local community, we are able to explore cultural diversity and scientific discovery in an effective and inclusive way.”

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Bring the whole family for a day exploring the culture of Dallas! Passport to the Park will include performances by The Obscure Dignitaries, a world-folk and global pop collective; Mariachi Los Unicos, a student band from Greiner Middle School; Helping Hand Drums, a percussion group of local college students; the Barack Obama Male Leadership Academy Presidential Jazz Band; the Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts Gospel Choir; and Dallas Asian American Youth Orchestra Chamber Group. There will also be yoga with Exhale Spa, musically-focused science activities from the Perot Museum of Nature and Science


JANE'S LANE, KLYDE WARREN PARK

and visual arts projects for children led by members of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra’s Teen Council. This free, all-day event will close with “Latino Connections! The Rhythms of Dance,” a performance by the New Philharmonic Orchestra of Irving alongside advanced music students from Irving, featuring the music of Mexican and Argentine composers. Passport to the Park is a celebration of our community’s rich cultural legacy and diversity of expression. Through partnerships with local educational and youth organizations, as well as Klyde Warren Park, SOLUNA aims to present locally resonant and artistically varied programs to new audiences in Dallas and across North Texas. ©MARK KITAOKA

“SOLUNA is a unique opportunity to explore all that the city of Dallas and the Arts District has to offer,” said Jonathan Martin, President & CEO of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra. “City-wide collaborations such as Passport to the Park continue to make Dallas and SOLUNA a destination.”

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S O LU NA 2017

S P O NS O R S

PAOLA PIVI: MA'AM SOLUNA '16

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Dreams & Illusions VISUAL ARTS FRAMEWORK

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EASTER MORNING (1966/2008), BRUCE CONNER 16MM FILM STILL, COURTESY ESTATE OF BRUCE CONNER AND PAULA COOPER GALLERY

COLOURS (2015), NOMINOË COURTESY OF LIGHT CONE

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BY MURIEL QUANCARD | Curator-At-Large During SOLUNA 2017, visual art, sound and performance provide visitors with space and time for contemplation and reverie, inviting them to participate in aural and cinematic environments. The viewer is center stage and often plays a role in activating the work. Visual perspective and musical narrative are deconstructed and replaced with new, sometimes fragmentary, often visionary models. At the Crow Collection of Asian Art, composer Henri Scars Struck presents We Know You've Got Soul, an immersive auditory experience that takes the visitor on a journey from earth to eternal rest. Inspired by myths of the afterlife, music and sound lead participants through the museum, along with historical artifacts and the landscapes of artists Arnold Chang and Michael Cherney. Agence 5970 has long explored the complex relationship between consciousness, the body and dreaming. Focusing on the architecture of dreams rather than their symbolic content,

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DreamSpace engages the audience in a vibrant experience that combines the acts of listening, reading and seeing within a technologically mediated sensorium. DreamSpace explores the phenomenon of synesthesia — the combination and interplay of images, sounds, colors and other effects within an artwork — in an effort to intensify the viewer’s perception. Ultra-Seeing: The Mandala Pattern, hosted at the Nasher Sculpture Center and curated together with Light Cone and the University of Texas at Dallas’s School of Arts, Technology and Communication, delivers three disparate cinematic experiences: a screening of abstract films by Jordan Belson, Bruce Conner, Adam R. Levine, Joost Rekveld, and James Whitney; a live performance by Martin Back; and an immersive installation by French collective Nominoë. Belson’s kaleidoscopic images are set to music by visionary sound artist Henri Jacobs, while the poetic footage of Bruce Conner is augmented by the hypnotic pulse of Terry Riley’s In C.


MICHAEL CHERNEY AND ARNOLD CHANG — AFTER WANG MENG

At the Wyly Theatre, Jessica Mitrani exposes the symbiotic relationship between theater and cinema in her multimedia performance Traveling Lady. This work is conceived as a film with live elements with acclaimed Spanish actress Rossy de Palma physically emerging from the picture and performing on a cinematic stage. At once corporeal and cosmic, this forceful combination of film and theater plays on scale and the bodily presence of the actress. In Mexican artist Pia Camil’s communitybased performance at Dallas Contemporary, the audience is invited to interact with a shared structure made of sewn-together second-hand clothes. This group effort hints at the construction of social ties through the process of participation. An antidote to the individuality of capitalism, Camil’s work appeals to our empathy via collective dream. The scope of the projects presented throughout SOLUNA 2017 reflect the plurality of the contemporary artistic experience. Throughout SOLUNA, your senses are stimulated by a collection of images as the artists invite you to reflect on the nature and value of these images as mental constructs. As Hans Belting writes in Anthropology of Images, “nowhere are we more justified in speaking of ourselves as ‘the locus of images’ than when it comes to dreams.”

TRAVELING LADY (2014), JESSICA MITRANI FLORENCE GOULD HALL, NEW YORK, FOR CROSSING THE LINE, 2014

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B IOS Back is currently Senior Lecturer of New Media Art in the College of Visual Arts and Design at the University of North Texas.

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JAAP VAN ZWEDEN Jaap van Zweden has risen rapidly to become one of today’s most distinguished conductors. He has been Music Director of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra since 2008 and Music Director of the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra since 2012. In January 2016, the New York Philharmonic appointed van Zweden as their Music Director starting with the 2018/19 season. He is widely recognized for his critically acclaimed musicmaking with the world’s most prestigious orchestras.

Based in Dallas, Agence 5970 is an independent laboratory composed of the artist duo Frank Dufour (b. 1959) & Lee Dufour (b. 1970). Agence 5970 produces interactive audiovisual artworks and experiments in the poetics of communication. Frank is a sound designer and an interactive digital artist. Professor at the School of Arts, Technology & Emerging Communication at UTD, Frank holds a Ph.D. in Hypermedia. Lee is a digital artist, stylist and creative director who founded a pioneering digital art gallery & concept store in Paris, France.

DALLAS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Under Music Director Jaap van Zweden, the Dallas Symphony presents the finest in orchestral music at more than 150 public concerts annually. The largest and oldest performing arts organization in the Southwest, the DSO serves 250,000 patrons each year, including 30,000 children, through performances, educational programs and community enrichment initiatives.

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Multimedia artist Martin Back holds a B.A. in Moving Image Arts from the College of Santa Fe and an M.F.A. in Studio Art & New Media from the University of North Texas, Denton. His video, sound and performance work has been presented at High Mayhem Emerging Arts, Santa Fe, and the Dallas Museum of Art.

Born in Chicago, Jordan Belson (1926-2011) created non-objective films spanning six decades. While studying painting in the Bay Area in the 40s, he began his “cinematic paintings,” inspired by the abstract films of Oskar Fischinger. In the late 50s, Belson curated, with sound artist Henry Jacobs, a series of concerts accompanied by visual projections. Belson’s remarkable body of films, sometime called “cosmic cinema” and considered to be visual music, has been the object of retrospectives at the Tate Modern, London and the Whitney Museum, New York.

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MARTIN BACK

JORDAN BELSON

YEFIM BRONFMAN Internationally recognized as one of today’s most acclaimed and admired pianists, Yefim Bronfman stands among a handful of artists regularly sought by festivals, orchestras, conductors and recital


but, more importantly, it thrills you to the marrow.” (The Daily Telegraph).

series. His commanding technique, power and exceptional lyrical gifts are consistently acknowledged by the press and audiences alike. Mr. Bronfman, a six-time GRAMMY® Award nominee, took home the award in 2009.

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American-born Chinese landscape painter Arnold Chang (b. 1954) has studied painting and connoisseurship with C.C. Wang for 25 years in New York where he

MICHAEL CHERNEY

Michael Cherney (b. 1969) also known as Qiu Mai “Autumn Wheat” was born in New York, and is based in Beijing. Photographer, calligrapher and book artist, Cherney draws on Chinese scholarly and esoteric traditions. His exquisitely crafted scrolls, books and albums are in the collections of such institutions as the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Getty Research Institute. Since 2009, Cherney has been creating joint works with Chinese landscape painter Arnold Chang that explore the differences and highlight the similarities between their media.

ALICE COOTE

World renowned mezzosoprano Alice Coote is regarded as one of the great artists of our day. Equally famed on operatic stages as in concert and recital, her performances have been described as “breathtaking in [its] sheer conviction and subtlety of perception” (The Times) and her voice as “beautiful, to be sure,

ALEX CZETWERTYNSKI Alex Czetwertynski (b. 1975) is a digital artist working in the fields of creative technology and media arts. Born in Belgium and based in Brooklyn, his practice consists of large-scale immersive experiences, for which he designs and engineers interaction, motion and physical presence. He has collaborated with artists such as Jessica Mitrani, Doug Aitken, threeASFOUR and has served as a digital creative lead for the tours of musicians such as Stevie Wonder, The Strokes and Beyoncé. He currently cocurates the Day for Night festival in Houston.

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Bruce Conner (19332008) emerged in the 1960s as one of the most prolific Californian artists working across a large spectrum of media including assemblage, sculpture, photography and film. A counterculture force in the post-World War II era, Conner used light, film and cut-up techniques to explore America’s psyche. In 2016 the Museum of Modern Art, New York, organized the first retrospective of his work bringing together hundreds of objects from film and video to painting, assemblage, drawing, prints, photography, photograms and performance.

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Pia Camil was born in Mexico City in 1980, where she still lives. Her work is associated with the Mexican urban landscape, the aesthetic language of modernism and its relationship to commercialism. Camil’s recent exhibitions and performances involve public participation as a way to engage with the politics of consumerism. She had solo-exhibitions at the New Museum, New York; the Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati; Blum & Poe Gallery, New York & Los Angeles and OMR projects, Mexico City.

still lives, and identifies with the literati way of traditional Chinese painting. His work can be found in museums worldwide including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York and British Museum, London. Since 2009, Chang has been creating joint works with photographer Michael Cherney that explore the differences and highlight the similarities between their media.

MATTHIAS GOERNE

German baritone Matthias Goerne is one of the most internationally sought-after vocalists and a frequent guest at renowned festivals and concert halls. He has collaborated with leading orchestras all over the world. Goerne’s artistry

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has been documented on numerous recordings, many of which have received prestigious awards, including four GRAMMY® nominations, an ICMA award, and, recently, the Diapason d’or arte.

PAUL GROVES American tenor Paul Groves enjoys an impressive international career performing on the stages of the world’s leading opera houses and concert halls. A graduate of the Metropolitan Opera’s Young Artists Development Program, Groves came to national attention as a winner of the Met’s National Council Auditions in 1991. With an extensive repertoire at his disposal, Mr. Groves appears frequently in recital throughout the United States and Europe.

PING HO, MA, MPH Ping Ho, MA, MPH is Founder and Director of UCLArts and Healing, as well as Steering Committee Member and Founding Administrator of the UCLA Collaborative Centers for Integrative Medicine. She co-

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developed Beat the Odds, a drumming program for social-emotional skill building. Its effectiveness is published in the journal, Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine.

Merchant. Levin has curated shows at the Brooklyn Academy of Music and Barbican Centre, London and composed music for film and television, including Jessica Mitrani’s Headpieces for Peace (2012). Levin is a thirteentime GRAMMY® Award nominee, winning in 2009 for his production of the In the Heights recording.

ALEXANDER KERR Alexander Kerr assumed the role of Concertmaster of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra in September 2011. Previously, Kerr held the position of Concertmaster with the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra in Amsterdam and the Cincinnati and Charleston Symphony Orchestras. After nine years in Amsterdam, he assumed the endowed Linda and Jack Gill Chair in Music as Professor of Violin at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music. (Photo: Chelsea Sanders)

ANDRES LEVIN

Composer and producer Andres Levin was born in Venezuela and lives in New York. The leader of GRAMMY® Awardnominated band Yerba Buena, he has produced albums for David Byrne, Caetano Veloso, John Legend and Natalie

ADAM R. LEVINE Adam R. Levine is a film and video artist based in London. He received a B.A. in Film and English from the University of East Anglia and an M.F.A. in Film/Video from the California Institute of the Arts, and is currently Assistant Professor of Art, Film and Media Studies at Amherst College in Massachusetts. His work has been screened internationally at festivals and galleries including the Vienna International Film Festival, Festival des Cinémas Différents et Experimentaux de Paris, and Antimatter Film Festival, the Whitechapel Gallery, London.

CHARLES J. LIMB, M.D. Dr. Charles Limb is the Francis A. Sooy Professor of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery and the Chief of the Division of Otology, Neurotology and Skull Base Surgery at UC San Francisco. He is the Director of the Douglas Grant Cochlear Implant Center at UCSF, where he conducts research on the neural basis of musical creativity as well as the study of music perception in deaf individuals with cochlear implants.

TOD MACHOVER

Tod Machover has been called a “musical visionary” by The New York Times and “America’s most wired composer” by the Los Angeles Times. He is Professor of Music and Media at the MIT Media Lab where he also directs the Opera of the Future Group. Machover’s compositions have been awarded numerous prizes and honors worldwide, including the 2016 Composer of the Year Award from Musical America. Machover is also recognized for designing new technologies for music,


such as Hyperinstruments for both virtuosi and amateurs, and applications that diagnose disease and promote general wellbeing.

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The multimedia and performative work of Colombian-born, New York-based artist Jessica Mitrani (b. 1968) investigates how femininity shapes identities. Her video Headpieces for Peace

THE OBSCURE DIGNITARIES From the Near East to the Balkans, Latin America to Saharan Africa—travel to faraway climes with progressive world-music troupe The Obscure Dignitaries, a six-human collective that tackles traditional folk and global pop with equal parts authentic recreation and free-wheeling invention.

Appointed Principal Clarinet of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra in 1999, Gregory Raden also served as Assistant Principal Clarinet of the National Symphony Orchestra and Principal Clarinet of the Kennedy Center Opera Orchestra and Charleston Symphony. He has been heard as guest principal with the orchestras of Minnesota, Saint Louis, San Francisco, Saint Paul and Bergen (Norway) Philharmonic. Raden is adjunct Associate Professor of Clarinet at Southern Methodist University. He is a graduate of the Curtis Institute of Music. (Photo: Larisa Melkumova)

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Gerard McBurney is a British composer and writer with a special interest in Russian music. He studied at the Moscow Conservatoire in the mid1980s before returning to London to spend 20 years as a freelancer, teaching, writing, broadcasting, composing and orchestrating, and working with orchestras, festivals, theatres and in television. Between 2006 and 2016 he was Artistic Programming Advisor to the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and Creative Director of the CSO’s acclaimed “Beyond the Score®” programme.

(2012) won the Grand Prix at the ASVOFF5 Festival at Centre Pompidou, Paris. Mitrani received a grant from the Hermès Foundation to create Traveling Lady, presented by the Crossing the Line Festival, New York and the New Settings program, Paris. In 2016, her theatrical collaboration The Undertaking appeared at the Brooklyn Academy of Music and she performed in Ryan McNamara’s “Back to School” at MoMA PS1, New York.

Nominoë is an artist collective founded in 2000 around the practice of expanded cinema by French filmmakers Emmanuel Lefrant, Nicolas Berthelot and Stéphane Courcy di Rosa. Interested in the materiality of film, image and sound they create multi-screen projections and audio-visual live actions. Nominoë have performed at major events in France and abroad including the Centre Pompidou and the Fundação de Serralves, Porto.

Best known for her iconic roles in fellow Spaniard Pedro Almodóvar’s films, including Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown (1988), Kika (1993) and Julieta (2016) Spanish actress, Rossy de Palma (b. 1964), appeared on stage in 2015 with her piece Resilienza d’amore commissioned by the Piccolo Theatre, Milan. She has also played model and muse for fashion designers Jean Paul Gautier, Alaia and Sophie Theallet. Before participating in Traveling Lady, De Palma worked with Jessica Mitrani on the film La Divanee (2013).

S-ANKH RASA

S-Ankh Rasa is a gifted musician and composer who has performed as a saxophonist, keyboardist and percussionist with artists such as Dizzy Gillespie, Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder, Ray Charles and Natalie Cole. He began his studies at UC Berkeley at the age of 12 and continued at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. His theater credits include working with directors Regina Taylor, Andrea Frye, Robyn

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Flatt, and David Lozano, and composer credits include original scores for productions with Dallas Children’s Theatre and Cara Mía Theatre Company.

Conductor Ruth Reinhardt, born in Saarbrücken, Germany, graduated with a Master of Music degree in conducting from the Juilliard School, where she studied with Alan Gilbert. Reinhardt was appointed Assistant Conductor to the Dallas Symphony Orchestra in the 2016/17 season, having been Conducting Fellow with the Seattle Symphony for the 2015/16 season and a Tanglewood Conducting Fellow in 2015.

speaking engagements and the production of live interactive events. He is the founder of DaVerse Lounge, performance curator for the Dallas Festival of Ideas and a graduate of the University of Dallas. (Photo: Journeyman Ink)

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transformations and interferences of colors, the strong relationships between symmetry and harmony, and the works of early inventors of systems generating images from sound, like Charles Wheatstone’s Kaleidophone.

JOHN RELYEA

Bass John Relyea has appeared in the world’s most celebrated opera houses including the Metropolitan Opera, Lyric Opera of Chicago, San Francisco Opera, Royal Opera House, Paris Opera, La Scala and the Vienna State Opera. He also appears regularly with the distinguished orchestras of Chicago, New York, Philadelphia, Boston, Cleveland, London and Berlin, and at the BBC Proms, Tanglewood, Ravinia, Salzburg, Edinburgh and Mostly Mozart festivals.

BRIANNE SARGENT An alumna of the DSO’s Young Strings program, Brianne Sargent began playing cello at age 12. After studying at Booker T. Washington, she completed her high school education at Interlochen Academy in Michigan. She graduated in 2010 from the Baldwin-Wallace Music Conservatory where she studied with Regina Mushabac, teaching apprentice to the legendary Janos Starker. Brianne is currently a cellist in the Odysseus Chamber Orchestra, leads the genre-bending band Skinny Cooks, plays electric bass for Melody Memory and occasionally teaches for Young Strings.

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WILL RICHEY Will Richey is an awardwinning spoken word artist and creative arts innovator who has developed original, multidisciplinary performancepresentations for corporate and educational workshops,

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Joost Rekveld was born in 1970 in Terneuzen, Netherlands and now lives and works as a filmmaker in Rotterdam. Rekveld is interested in research about optical illusions and often refers to the experiments of Joseph Plateau, Peter Mark Roget, and Vasco Ronchi. He also inquires about

HENRI SCARS STRUCK

Henri Scars Struck (b. 1969) is a French New York-based GRAMMY® Award-winning composer

and pianist inspired by all music. He has created a formidable body of work encompassing various styles from hip hop, electronica, world to classical music. Struck’s music endeavors cross over the worlds of art, fashion and cinema. He has worked on art installations at Château de Versailles, NotreDame De Paris and Le Grand Palais in France and collaborated with visionaries such as Malcolm McLaren, Yves Saint Laurent, Thierry Dreyfus, Madonna and KRS One.

JAMES WHITNEY Born in Los Angeles, James Whitney (1921-1982), created groundbreaking abstract films over four decades. His early collaborations with his brother, John Whitney, were influenced by Arnold Schoenberg’s serial principles. Finding inspiration in spirituality and Jungian psychology, Whitney produced experimental films both by hand (Yantra, 1995) and with analog computers (Lapis, 1966). Regarded as a pioneer of abstract cinema, Whitney’s work was exhibited at museums such as MOCA, Los Angeles; The Hirshhorn Museum, Washington, D.C. and The Centre Pompidou, Paris.


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BOOKER T. WASHINGTON HSPVA GOSPEL CHOIR A rarity in secondary music education to date, this curriculum-based gospel choir is quickly substantiating its addition to the school’s course schedule. With over 6 million views on social media and an ever-growing student and community interest, this group brings sounds of joy and inspiration to audiences both near and far. Under the guidance of its founding director, Nathan De’Shon Myers, students in this choir are learning through lectures and collaborations with national gospel recording artists. DALLASISD.ORG/BTW

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  DALLAS SYMPHONY CHORUS The Dallas Symphony Chorus is the official vocal ensemble of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra. This all-volunteer organization consists of members who devote their time, effort and considerable talent to regularly scheduled rehearsals and performances with the Dallas Symphony, as well as appearances in the greater Dallas Metroplex, across the United States and with orchestras in venues around the world. DSCHORUS.ORG

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DALLAS THEATER CENTER Dallas Theater Center (DTC) performs to an audience of more than 90,000 North Texas residents annually. DTC engages, entertains and inspires a diverse community by creating experiences that stimulate new ways of thinking and living by consistently producing plays, educational programs and community initiatives that are of the highest quality and reach the broadest possible constituency. (Photo credit: Karen Almond; Steven Michael Walters and Chamblee Ferguson in The Christians) DALLASTHEATERCENTER.ORG

FLAG POLE HILL PARK Established in 1929, Flag Pole Hill is a 107.1 acre metropolitan park located at White Rock Lake. Offering a stunning view of the lake, the park features a large pavilion equipped for gatherings, picnics and skateboarding. DALLASPARKS.ORG

HELPING HAND DRUMS Helping Hand Drums (HHD) was founded in 2014 by former high school classmates Lawson Malnory and Alex Howley. HHD assists nonprofit organizations through fundraisers and participation in other events. Their primary project is Holiday Hand Drums for the Homeless, an annual fundraiser for the Samaritan Inn homeless shelter in McKinney, TX. FACEBOOK.COM/HELPINGHANDDRUMS KITCHEN DOG THEATER Founded by SMU graduates and now in its 26th season, Kitchen Dog Theater has established itself as one of leading theaters in the region, boasting a 40 member artistic company of the area’s top talent. A staunch champion of new work, KDT is a founding member of the National New Play Network, producing timely, provocative plays that may have otherwise never been seen in Dallas. Kitchen Dog will move into its new permanent facility in the Design District in 2018.

KLYDE WARREN PARK Klyde Warren Park has become an oasis in the heart of Dallas, providing connectivity between Downtown and Uptown. This unique space offers over 1,300 free programs and events annually. In addition, the park provides table tennis, putting green, foosball, badminton, a dog park and a Reading and Games Room – all free of charge for the community to enjoy. KLYDEWARRENPARK.ORG

LATINO CULTURAL CENTER The Latino Cultural Center (LCC) is a division of the City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs. Established in 2003, the LCC’s mission is to serve as a regional catalyst for the preservation, development and promotion of Latino and Hispanic arts and culture. DALLASCULTURE.ORG/LATINOCULTURALCENTER

MARIACHI LOS UNICOS DE GREINER MIDDLE SCHOOL Eight years ago this mariachi was the only middle school mariachi in the Dallas Independent School District, inspiring the name “Los Unicos,” meaning “The Only” and “Unique.” Now an award winning mariachi, they have performed all over North Texas. Los Unicos is composed of students in grades sixth through eighth under the direction of Mrs. Maria “Lupe” VargasGarcia who is also a Greiner alumni and founder of this excellent student mariachi. Mrs. Vargas-Garcia is assisted by Felipe Diaz. DALLASISD.ORG/DOMAIN/323

MORTON H. MEYERSON SYMPHONY CENTER The Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center is an icon of artistic excellence. Designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect I.M. Pei and internationally-renowned acoustician Russell Johnson the hall was named one of the Top 10 Best Sounding Halls in the World by Business Insider. The concert hall is home to the Dallas Symphony Orchestra and hosts concerts and public events by leading Dallas arts and philanthropic organizations. (Photo: Rob McFarlin) DALLASCULTURE.ORG/MEYERSONSYMPHONYCENTER


NASHER SCULPTURE CENTER Located in the heart of the Dallas Arts District, the Nasher Sculpture Center is home to the Raymond and Patsy Nasher Collection, one of the finest collections of modern and contemporary sculptures in the world. Designed by architect Renzo Piano in collaboration with landscape architect Peter Walker, the museum presents exhibitions of works from the Nasher Collection as well as rotating installations by celebrated and emerging contemporary artists. NASHERSCULPTURECENTER.ORG NEW PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA OF IRVING The New Philharmonic Orchestra of Irving is bringing music from the Hispanic world to North Texas audiences as Dallas becomes an international city. Their popular annual “Latino Connections!” series began 8 years ago at the Irving Arts Center and Dallas’s Latino Cultural Center. The 70-piece symphony orchestra is directed by Dr. Sergio Espinosa, a Mexican-born conductor. Their “Sundays at the Symphony” afternoon concerts present symphony classics, opera and ballet. (Photo: Terry Cockerham) NPOIRVING.COM

PEROT MUSEUM OF NATURE AND SCIENCE The Perot Museum inspires minds of all ages as they wander through 11 permanent exhibit halls, the children’s museum and the traveling exhibition hall. State-of-the-art video and 3D computer animation with thrilling, life-like simulations, gives guests access to hands-on activities, interactive kiosks, educational programming and ongoing research. Amaze Your Brain. PEROTMUSEUM.ORG

SOUTH DALLAS CULTURAL CENTER With everything from visual to performing arts, weekly classes, literary and cultural workshops, festivals and films - there is something here for the entire family. The South Dallas Cultural Center (SDCC), located just outside of the Fair Park complex, has been a community resource for Dallas residents for 30 years. With a wide variety of programs inspired by the vibrancy and diversity of the African Diaspora, the SDCC seeks to educate and inspire through the arts. DALLASCULTURE.ORG/SDCULTURALCENTER

TEXAS BALLET THEATER Texas Ballet Theater (TBT) is the only fully professional classical ballet company in North Texas and is honored to serve as resident company for AT&T Performing Arts Center in Dallas and Bass Performance Hall in Fort Worth. TBT is an internationally recognized company built on a rich 55-year history; it boasts a repertoire that is creative, expressive and collaborative. TEXASBALLETTHEATER.ORG THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT DALLAS THE SCHOOL OF ARTS, TECHNOLOGY AND EMERGING COMMUNICATION The School of Arts, Technology and Emerging Communication is home to artists, scientists and designers, who study the relationship between technology and culture. They study emerging media, experiment with new technologies and research important cutting-edge trends to understand how our lives will change in the future. These students will create new art forms, pioneer new ways of communicating and engineer new technologies that will transform the way we are entertained, educated and socially engaged. UTDALLAS.EDU/ATEC UT SOUTHWESTERN – PETER O’DONNELL JR. BRAIN INSTITUTE UT Southwestern, one of the premier academic medical centers in the nation, integrates pioneering biomedical research with exceptional clinical care and education. The institution’s faculty includes many distinguished members, including six who have been awarded Nobel Prizes since 1985. By leveraging UTSW’s medical research and clinical expertise, the goal of the Peter O’Donnell Jr. Brain Institute is to usher in new therapies and alleviate the tremendous suffering caused by brain diseases and disorders. ODONNELL.UTSOUTHWESTERN.EDU

YOUNG STRINGS Young Strings, a program of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, discovers, develops and promotes the musical talents of string students in the city of Dallas who are underrepresented in the field of classical music. For 25 years, Young Strings has worked to change young people’s lives while transforming the face of symphonic music. MYDSO.COM/EDUCATE/YOUNG-STRINGS

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SPECIAL RECOGNITION The Dallas Symphony thanks the following patrons who have recently committed generous gifts to the DSO. Made in addition to ongoing annual support, these investments are part of a transformational effort to ensure a sustainable future for the Dallas Symphony.

Mrs. Eugene McDermott Nancy A. Nasher and David J. Haemisegger Family Margot and Ross Perot Linda and Mitch Hart Elsa von Seggern Foundation Jean D. Wilson Anonymous Fanchon and Howard Hallam Joe Hubach and Colleen O’Connor Cece Smith and Ford Lacy The Pollock Family Cindy and Howard Rachofsky Robinson Family Linda VanSickle Smith Norma and Don Stone In memory of Irene H. and Ernest G. Wadel Estate of Arlene and James Booth Rita Sue and Alan Gold Joy and Ronald Mankoff Shirley and William S. McIntyre Barbara and Stan Rabin Audrey and Albert Ratner, Michael and Deborah Ratner Salzberg, and Brian J. Ratner John R. Sewell Karen and Jim Wiley

Karen and Nicholas Adamson Mr. and Mrs. Peter A. Altabef Lisa and Gregg Ballew Joanne L. Bober Jennifer and Coley Clark John and Barbara Cohn Mrs. Thomas R. Corbett Barbara and Steve Durham Ebby Halliday, REALTORS David and Melinda Emmons Ben Fischer and Laree Hulshoff W. Gary and Donna Fowler Rebecca and Ron Gafford Estate of Robert and Ruth Glaze Samuel S. Holland Kathy and Richard Holt Yon Y. Jorden Estate of Louise Kent Kane KPMG LLP Selena Loh LaCroix Mr. and Mrs. Mark H. LaRoe Craig and Joy Lentzsch Catherine Z. and George T. Manning Richard and Bobbi Massman Linda B. and John S. McFarland Scott and Jennifer McDaniel Estate of Betty Jean Osborne Michael L. Rosenberg Foundation Myrna and Bob Schlegel Mrs. George A. Shutt Barbara and Sheldon Stein Melissa Ruman Stewart and Paul Stewart Symphony of Toys in memory of Arkady Fomin Barbara and Bob Sypult Texas Instruments Foundation Becky and Brad Todd Kern and Marnie Wildenthal

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JAAP VAN ZWEDEN SOCIETY $50,000+

The Jaap van Zweden Society honors individuals and foundations whose extraordinary Endowment or Annual Fund gifts contribute to the highest caliber of music for the Dallas community.

Anonymous (4) Dolores G. and Lawrence S. Barzune, M.D. Best Foundation The Louis L. Borick Foundation Diane and Hal Brierley The Cecil and Ida Green Foundation Fanchon and Howard Hallam Winnie and Davis Hamlin Linda W. Hart and Milledge A. Hart III Jeff and Carol Heller The Horchow Family Joseph F. Hubach and Colleen O’Connor Jeanne R. Johnson The Louise W. and Edmund J. Kahn Dallas Symphony Foundation Joy and Ronald Mankoff C. Thomas May, Jr. and Eleanor S. May The Eugene McDermott Foundation Shirley and William S. McIntyre The Meadows Foundation Nancy A. Nasher and David J. Haemisegger Sarah and Ross Perot, Jr. Margot and Ross Perot The Pollock Family Barbara and Stan Rabin Cindy and Howard Rachofsky Jan Miller and Jeff Rich Ruth Robinson Jeffrey Robinson and Stefanie Schneidler Michael L. Rosenberg Foundation Anita and Merlyn D. Sampels Myrna and Bob Schlegel Enika and Richard Schulze A gift in memory of Elsa von Seggern Dr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Smith Norma and Don Stone Barbara and Bob Sypult Karen and Jim Wiley Jean D. Wilson Jerry and Susie Wilson Mrs. Charles J. Wyly, Jr. Jaap and Aaltje van Zweden

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PLATINUM STRADIVARIUS PATRONS $25,000 - 49,999

Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Peter A. Altabef Jane and Ron Beneke Family John and Barbara Cohn Peggy Dear Barbara and Steve Durham Ben Fischer and Laree Hulshoff Leah and Jerry Fullinwider Ron and Rebecca Gafford Kathryn H. Gilman in memory of Alfred G. Gilman Tim Headington Mrs. Lamar Hunt Mr. and Mrs. Atlee Kohl/ Kohl Foundation Mr. and Mrs. John Ford Lacy Holly and Tom Mayer Stephen B. L. Penrose Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Pollock Jennifer and Peter Roberts Adrienne and Tom Rosen Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Segert Mrs. Robert E. Titus Ms. Sarah Titus Bob and Karina Woolley GOLD STRADIVARIUS PATRONS $12,500 - 24,999

Karen and Nicholas Adamson Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Bancroft Sherry S. Bartholow Dolores G. and Lawrence S. Barzune, M.D. Frances Blatt Joanne L. Bober Carole Ann and Dick Brown

Jennifer and Coley Clark Mrs. Thomas R. Corbett Mr. and Mrs. William A. Custard Don and Barbara Daseke Anne L. Davidson Cindy and Charles Feld Bonnie Floyd, M.D. Mr. and Mrs. Roger C. Gault Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Gibbs Rita Sue and Alan Gold The Richard N. Gussoni Family Mr. and Mrs. Scott W. Hancock Albert C. Havrilla Nancy Ann and Ray L. Hunt Jane and Pat Jenevein Yon Yoon Jorden Marten F. Klop Mr. and Mrs. Mark H. LaRoe Sue L. Maclay Tom and Charlene Marsh Family Foundation Linda and John McFarland Joyce and Harvey Mitchell William and Linda Nelson David A. Pahl and Michele M. Pahl Angela D. Paulos Charles H. Phipps Vin and Caren Prothro Foundation Luis Manuel Ramírez and Delia Garced Marion J. Rothstein Bridget Russell Diana and Sam Self Nancy Shutt Barbara and Bob Sypult Becky and Brad Todd Joanna and Peter Townsend Kern and Marnie Wildenthal CONTINUED ON PAGE 48 >


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SILVER STRADIVARIUS PATRONS $7,500 - 12,499

Anonymous (3) Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Altshuler Dr. and Mrs. James M. Atkins Richard L. Barrett Mrs. Mercedes T. Bass Faith Ford Biggs Robert M. Brackbill Faye C. Briggs Linda and Lee Brookshire Dianne Cash Mary Anne Sammons Cree Mr. and Mrs. Walter B. Elcock Nita and John Ford Mack and Billie Forrester Katherine Freiberger and Lawrence Althouse Susan and Woodrow Gandy Mr. and Mrs. Stephen F. Goldmann Kathleen A. Messina and Gary W. Goodwin Dr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Grant Rosann and Richard Gutman Michael and Marsha Halloran Tim Hanley Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hewes Susan and Laurence Hirsch Elissa Sabel and Stan Hirschman Kathy and Richard Holt Ted and Jean Ingersoll Mary Ellen and Henry Irving Garrison Keillor Ellen Lindsey Key Selena Loh LaCroix Kathleen and Frank Lauinger Katherine and Robert Leroy Deborah L. Lively Mr. and Mrs. Jay W. Lorch Catherine Z. and George T. Manning Amy and Jonathan Martin Richard and Bobbi Massman Stewart and Noelle Mercer Geraldine “Tincy� Miller Mr. and Mrs. James A. Moore Nesha and George Morey Jane and Ron Morrill Navias Family Foundation Mrs. Robert B. Payne Ms. Ella Prichard Betty Regard Deedie Rose Marcy and Stephen Sands Lee and Bill Schilling Peggy and Carl Sewell Terri and Steven Simoni Steven G. Simpson Sandy and Mark Singer Anthony and Itske Stern Gayle and Paul Stoffel Mrs. Nancy Titus Mark and Ellen Ulrich

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Beth and Michael Van Amburgh Marcia Joy Varel Timothy R. Wallace Patricia and Pat Weber Dr. and Mrs. Howard J. Weiner Martha and Max Wells

BRONZE STRADIVARIUS PATRONS $5,000 - 7,499

Anonymous (4) Susie and John Adams Suzanne and Moshe Azoulay Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bayley Joyce and Selly Belofsky Eric and Laura Berlin Boeckman Family Foundation Mr. Bill Bond Mel and Candi Brekhus Mr. and Mrs. Peter D. Brundage Michelle Miller Burns and Gary W. Burns James F. Carey Tim Chase and Eric Powell Laura and Lawrence Ciavola Mr. and Mrs. Harris W. Clark Bonnie E. Cobb Mary McDermott Cook Carol Crowe Hannah and Stuart Cutshall Sandra Carlson DeBusk The Decherd Foundation Charron and Peter Denker Robert Miller Dickson and Carolyn Bacon Dickson Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Doffing Jennifer and John Eagle Dr. and Mrs. James Forman Mr. and Mrs. James A. Gibbs Holly and Ben Gill Jerry Ann Glennie Wade and Margaret Goodrich (Col. Rt.) Bill and Mrs. Barbara Gross Keith Hallock Mr. Lawrence Hamm Mrs. Jack Hammack Hon. Deborah Hankinson Mrs. Deborah Heaton Michael Heinlen Gerald L. and Frankie L. Horn Patty and James Huffines Brenda Louise Jackson

Sue and Phil John Lee and Bryan Jones Kim Jordan Dr. Norman Kaplan Joan and Jack Kickham Rudolph C. and Martha A. Koch III Mrs. Paula S. Lambert Joan and Marvin Lane March Family Foundation Anne McNamara and Errol Mitlyng Mr. and Mrs. Al Meitz Dr. and Mrs. Robert E. Morgan Patricia and Blaine Nelson Mr. and Mrs. David Nurenberg Danna L. Orr Bill and Michelle Packer Mrs. Larry Patton Bill and Chris Peirson David and Kelly Pfeil Dr. and Mrs. Melvin R. Platt Mr. and Mrs. Marvin F. Poer Mitchell A. Ross Cleo and Jeff Rowland Nancy and John Solana Mrs. LeAnn Harris Solomon Charlotte C. Test Mr. and Mrs. Seymour R. Thum Sandra Tucker Inge and Sam Vastola Charles and Barbara Vaughan David and Harianne Wallenstein Don E. Welsh Aaron Bertram Zeman

STRADIVARIUS PATRONS $3,000 - 4,999

Anonymous (14) Matt Acosta Eric Affeldt Glenn C. Anderson Stacey J. and Charles A. Angel, Jr. Steve and Cindy Aughinbaugh John Bartel Mary Bartholow - Communities Foundation of Texas Julie and Craig Beale Paul and Rebecca Bergstresser Mr. Lee P. Berlin Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Best Georgia Sue Black Mr. Mark R. Blaquiere and Ms. Cathy Ann Fears Edward and Kalita Blessing Michael and Vera Bloch Dr. and Mrs. Robert B. Blomeyer II Howard and Elaine Bohlin Dr. Arthur P. Bollon and Dr. Rhonda R. Porterfield Patricia and Paul Bonavia

Tab Boyles Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Brekke Carol and Royal Brin Dr. James Brodsky and Dr. Cynthia Schneidler Karl E. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Mason C. Brown Lawrence R. Burk Jack and Mary Bush Nan-Elizabeth Byorum Beverly and Don Campbell Catherine Ann Carr Lucinda and Lyne Carter George and Jo Ann Caruth Donald Reed Case Kay and Elliot Cattarulla Dr. Angie Cayton Mary Christian Bev and Martin Coben Dr. Mona Cochran Gary and Alice Coder Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Cohan Richard H. Collins Drs. Dale and Shirley Coln Thomas and Lisa Connop Dr. and Mrs. Martin Conroy Catherine A. Corrigan Jess Corrigan and Lisa Hartman Marilyn R. Corrigan Mr. and Mrs. David S. Crockett, Jr. Cullen and Judy Cullers Elaine and Bruce Culver Mike and Jane Cumiskey Dallas Symphony Players Association Liliane Jeanmaire Danes Sherry and Clifton Daniel Arlene and John Dayton Tom Delimitros Wayne Dietrich Mary and Bob Dilworth Patsy M. Donosky Mr. Arnim E. Dontes Mrs. Elsie Dunklin Mr. and Mrs. Loften Dunlap Dr. and Mrs. Arlet Dunsworth Drs. Jason E. and Lucy F. Edling Andrew F. Ellis and Marie Corley Drs. Robert and Phyllis Engles Paddy and Barry Epstein Marion P. Exall Dr. Chip and Evey Fagadau Anne and Alan Feld Mr. and Mrs. Hollye C. Fisk Mrs. Dorothy S. Fitch Curt and Susie FitzGerald Roy and Laura Fleischmann Susan G. Fleming, Ph.D. Mary Shelton Florence W. Tom Fogarty, M.D. Steven V. Foster Margie and Ray Francis Drs. Rhoda and Gene Frenkel Catherine Fritz Judith R. Fuller Joseph Funk Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Gaskins


Stephen Geoffray and Cindy Walker Mike and Jackie George Susan and Mark Geyer David H. Gibson Lee Gibson in memory of Annie-Laurie Cooper W. John Glancy Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Gleiser Lilli Gober/GFT Family of Jessie D. and E. B. Godsey The Goetz Family Philanthropic Fund of the Dallas Jewish Communities Foundation Mr. Warren Gould Dr. and Mrs. J. Kirkland Grant Craig A. and Pamela H. Green Carol Greenberg Dr. C. Fish Greenfield and Thom Maciula Irma Grossman Ms. Barbara Gunnin Mr. and Mrs. Ron W. Haddock Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Hallam Lisa W. Hang Steve and Alicia Harris Cathy C. Haynes and Michael R. Haynes, Sr. John A. Henry III Charlie Hickox Lista and Rick Hightower Iva Hochstim Ms. Nancy Hodge Nancy Hoffmann Mrs. Ruth Ann Hoffman Samuel S. Holland Stephanie and Ed Howard Caroline Rose Hunt Jo and Bill Jagoda Emily Jefferson Dr. and Mrs. Michael Jez Dr. and Mrs. Juan Jimenez Sandra Johnigan and Don Ellwood Mrs. N. Page Johnson Dr. Ronald C. Jones, M.D. Toby and Will Jordan Jerry R. Junkins Family Foundation Robert Fred Kern Kyle F. Kerr Ms. Rosalee Kimple Scott and Elizabeth Kimple Dr. Karen K. King Marilyn Klepak Nancy and Mark Knudsen Dr. and Mrs. Jerold Lancourt Drs. John and Deirdre LaNoue George and Natalie Lee Liza and Will Lee Ronna and Larry LeMaster

Craig and Joy Lentzsch Jane Saginaw Lerer and Stephen Lerer Jeff and Jani Leuschel Debra and Steve Leven Ann and Nate Levine Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Lloyd, Jr. Julie and Michael Lowenberg Lloyd Lumpkins Dr. William and Rose Lumry Sammy L. Maddox Diego and Gertraud Maffei Brenda and Jason Mahoney Maranda Maier Nancy Cain Marcus Nancy Wiener Marcus Ms. Tory Marpe and Mr. Damien Fuller-Sutherland Rosemarie Marshall and Lee Wilkins Gwyn and Wilson Mason Mrs. Clovis A. Mathews C. Thomas May, Jr. and Eleanor S. May Patricia and David May John T. McCafferty and Lorraine Sear Pat and Clyde S. McCall, Jr. Mr. Bill McCoy and Ms. Susan E. Brown Mrs. Sherry McCray Dr. James and Becky McCulley Scott and Jennifer McDaniel John and Jackie McElhaney Peter McLarty Renny McLean Ministries Robert J. Melvin Carole and Michael Mendelson Judy and Tom Mercer Drs. Janet and Sonya Merrill Linda Wightman Meyer Bob and Libby Meyers Don and Debbie Michel Barbara and Jim Miller Dr. Linus Miller Dr. and Mrs. Presley M. Mock Cyndy and Blair Monie Heather and Gerald C. Moore, M.D. Carroll S. Moriarty Paula Mosle Mr. and Mrs. David Munson Mr. and Mrs. Scott Murray James and Sally Nation Dr. Charles Nelson and Dr. Karen L. Rainville Jeannie and David Nethery

Dr. Aharon and Shula Netzer Charlene and Tom Norris Thomas G. Norris, Jr. Bryan and Jennifer Norwood Alice and Erle Nye Neil and Pat O’Brien Mrs. Ben Odom Anne and Van Oliver Jay W. Oppenheimer Ms. Hester W. Parker Jeff and Annette Patterson Hank and Becky Pearson Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. Perry Stanley M. Peskind Dr. Walter and Stacy Peters Mr. P. Vann and Beth Phillips The Rev. Patricia Phillips Dr. Harlan and Hannah Kay Pollock Lucy and Dan Polter Patsy and Bud Porter Prado Family Fund Arlene and Bill Press W. Paul Radman, D.D.S. Ann H. Redding Katherine and Eric Reeves Dr. and Mrs. R.V. Rege Ken and Mary Kay Reimer Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Richter Helen and Frank Risch Stephanie and Philip Ritter Dr. and Mrs. Albert D. Roberts John H. Rodgers Bill and Gail Rolston Mr. and Mrs. Allan D. Rosen Helen and Duke Rosenberg Dr. Randall and Barbara Rosenblatt Eileen and Harvey Rosenblum Dr. Edith Rossi Mr. Joel Rubin Will and Janice Ryan Hon. and Mrs. Wm. F. Sanderson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William Sandlin Drs. Jean and Herb Schaake Dr. and Mrs. James C. Scott Mrs. Fred A. Secker Dr. and Mrs. John W. Secor Arthur F. Selander Shirley and George Shafer John L. Shaw Alpha J. Shirey Carole and Norm Silverman Lisa K. Simmons Ella and Sanford Singer

Mr. and Mrs. George Slover Martha Mossman Smither Kim Snipes and Wayne Meyer Mr. and Mrs. William T. Solomon Dr. Stuart and Cindy Spechler Mrs. James M. Spellings Mrs. Pat Y. Spillman Mr. and Mrs. Andre Staffelbach Jim and Elaine Stedman Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Stephens Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Stevenson Glenn M. and Hilda H. Stinchcomb Catherine Stone Dr. and Mrs. Marvin J. Stone Mrs. Rosalie E. Stone George and Kate Suhorsky Dr. Laurie Sutor Betty and Robert Symon Mr. and Mrs. John R. Taylor, Jr. Dr. Paul B. Taylor Mrs. Robert C. Taylor (Teddy) Dr. and Mrs. Robert Terrill Mr. Jack Terrillion Dee Collins Torbert Betty Turner Jim and Deborah Turner Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tutterrow Dr. and Mrs. Gary L. Upton Shirley Vilfordi Larry and Marilyn Waisanen Joe and Ellen Walker Sharon and Robert Walker Dennis Walo and Kathleen Irvin Karen Warner Richard Eric Warren Carol and Jon Weinstein Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weisbrod Mr. and Mrs. John Weston Jane Wetzel Jeanette and George Wharton Dr. and Mrs. Martin G. White Katherine and Randall Wiele Mrs. Barbara Wiggins James C. Williams Douglas and Donna Wolfe Terry and Judy Wolfe Ruth W. Wright W. Dan and Pat Wright Mr. and Mrs. Ward W. Wueste Z. and Shirley Zsohar

The Dallas Symphony gratefully acknowledges donors who have been Stradivarius Patrons for 25 or more consecutive years. Individual box seat option holders who contribute at the Stradivarius Patron level or above each season are honored as members of the Isaac Stern Loge Patron Society. Charter Member Honorary Charter Member

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INSTITUTIONAL GIVING Thank you to the generous organizations that provide annual support to the Dallas Symphony. Each season nearly 250,000 people are inspired and enriched by our artistic, educational and community engagement initiatives. For corporate giving contact Kelly Halaszyn, at 214.871.4027 or K.Halaszyn@DalSym.com. For foundation and government relations contact Liza Voznessenskaia, at 214.871.4070 or L.Voznessenskaia@DalSym.com.m.

$100,000+

Anonymous Best Foundation

$50,000 - $99,999

Bank of America BDO USA, LLP The Brian J. Ratner Foundation Gittings Posey Family Foundation The Ritz-Carlton, Dallas Elsa von Seggern Foundation Thompson & Knight Foundation $25,000 - $49,999 AT&T Anonymous Ann and Gordon Getty Foundation David M. Crowley Foundation Ebby Halliday, REALTORS Harry W. Bass Jr. Foundation Harold Simmons Foundation Kohl Foundation Neiman Marcus Stemmons Foundation Trinity Industries, Inc. Wiley Property, Ltd.

Giving for 20 or more consecutive years

The DSO is supported, in part, by funds from the Office of Cultural Affairs, City of Dallas.

With additional support provided by:

$15,000 - $24,999 Anonymous Baker Botts L.L.P. Charles Schwab Communities Foundation of Texas Ernst & Young LLP

KPMG LLP The Rosewood Foundation/ The Rosewood Corporation Roy & Christine Sturgis Charitable Trust, Bank of America, N.A., Trustee UMB Bank

$10,000 - $14,999 Anderson Merchandisers BBVA Compass Ben E. Keith Company

Egon Zehnder Hardie Family Fund of The Dallas Foundation Haynes and Boone, LLP Jackson Walker LLP JPMorgan Chase & Co. Locke Lord LLP Michael L. Rosenberg Foundation Northern Trust NorthPark Center Pier 1 Imports PlainsCapital Bank Westwood Trust Winstead PC

$5,000 - $9,999 The Aaron Copland Fund for Music The Charles Evans Hughes Memorial Foundation CIGNA Fannie and Stephen Kahn Charitable Foundation Fluor Corporation Fund for Arts and Education of The Dallas Foundation Louise W. Kahn Endowment Fund of The Dallas Foundation MHBT Inc. Nordstrom Potts and Sibley Foundation Ussery Printing Company, Inc.


friendsofthedso The Dallas Symphony gratefully recognizes the following individuals for their contributed gifts of $500 or more to the DSO’s Annual Fund. Your support enables the Dallas Symphony to create music, enrich lives and advance Dallas each day. For more information on becoming a Friend of the DSO, please contact Amanda Hyde, Individual Giving Coordinator, at 214.871.4080 or A.Hyde@DalSym.com.

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PRINCIPAL’S CIRCLE

MUSICIAN’S CIRCLE

Anonymous (2) Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Best Mrs. Kathi Child Mr. and Mrs. Bob Clancy Mr. and Mrs. Douglas E. Cook Mr. and Mrs. Philip B. Coup Betty Taylor Cox Mr. David Davisson Rosemary Domecki Yolanda and Abram Eisenstein Julie and Robert England Alan Gatherer and Karen Oehler John and Gina Knight Caroline McNeel Michael A. Mehl Robert and Dorothy Moore LD and Royce Moran Mrs. Michael S. Needleman Debi and Darren Peña Mr. Richard Rawlings John H. Rodgers Charles and Ann Marie Rosenfeld Ms. Monica C. Samson Esther and Jacques Sardas Linda and Richard Shaffer Freda Gail Stern Wayne and Buena Stevenson Dee Swope Dr. and Mrs. David A. Whiting Kelly Williams Matthias Wolf and Dorothy Buckley Barbara and John Zrno

Anonymous (2)

Anonymous (6) Patrick and Gisela Antognelli Ms. Rose Baker Lucy and Sam Barlow Victoria M. Bartholow George and Diana Beaudry Dr. Jay M. Beck Ms. Greta Beckerman Alan and Ann Bogdanow Robert E. Boyer Linda and Gilbert Brown Mr. and Mrs. Herb Burkman Mr. and Mrs. Larry R. Byrd Fiona Cameron Ben and Barbara Cervin James and Julie Cochran Mr. and Mrs. George W. Coleman Donna and Dan Coletti Ms. Gina B Cook Gail Williamson Cope Dr. Carol Croft Ms. Corrie Decamp Dede Duson Al and Pat Enlow Ms. Candace Faber and Mr. Andrew Frechtling Mrs. William F. Farrell Michael and Sally Feder Lisa Ann Ferguson Richard A. Freling Mrs. Gwyn Garner Dr. and Mrs. Gerald F. Geisler Thomas A. Gemmell Debra R. Ginchansky Ed and Nancy Glick Gordon and Roslyn Goldstein Sharan and Lynn Goldstein Helen S. Gray Peter and Barbara Grenier Mr. Ray Hambrick, Jr. Fred Hekking Paul W. Hillier, Jr. B. Paul Hirsch Mr. and Mrs. Ken Hodge Joan D. Hodges Mr. John Hunter Ms. Nina C. Hutton Ms. Patricia Hyde Dr. Robin M. Jacoby Mr. Brian Jenkins Mrs. Barney John Johnson Dr. and Mrs. R. Ellwood Jones

($1,250 - $2,999)

($750 - $1,249)

Mr. William Anderson Sherri Baer Mr. Carl Bedford Mervyn and Rosalind Benjet Marcia L. Buckingham Carol and Edward Burger Michelle Miller Burns and Gary W. Burns Bruce Calder Mr. Robert M. Dix George E. Engdahl Robert and Stacey Furst Mr. Chad Gillespie Jason and Charlene Gladden JoAnn Graham Mr. Neil Grant Jerry and Amy Groff Ms. Sarah M. Hansen Ms. Ann Heard-Sakhaee Ralph and Carole Heffelman Mr. Jonathan Hopkins Mr. Chris Jones Massuma Kalinowski, M.D. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Keckeisen Mr. Ajay Kumar James and Hannah Leffler Mr. Leonard Leon Erika and Mike McFadden Mrs. Marilyn Moffett Jenny and Seth Peck Lucilo Pena and Lee Cobb Anthony and Glenna Peterson Jeritza Reece Robert S. Rodd Jessie and George A. Shelburne Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Stevenson II Mr. Allen Walker Loren and Andrea Weinstein Donna and Don Wigley Judith K. Williams Mr. Thomas Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Ronald L. Wolf Ted and Angela Wommack Mr. Joseph Zimmerman

($500 - $749)

Rob and Peggy Kaufman Mr. and Mrs. William G. Kelley Eliot and Corrie Kerlin Lawrence and Katheryn Kiser Mr. and Mrs. John A. Koepke Rita A. Koger Mr. Don Kramer Philip and Janeva Longacre Nancy and Bob Luxen Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Mack Mr. and Mrs. Charles Maillot Martin Dr. and Mrs. Steven Meyer Mr. Toni Miller Robert and Kathy Morris Mr. and Mrs. John W. Muncaster Mr. and Mrs. Scott Nelson Drs. Margaret and Stuart Owen Ms. Bonnie Pitman Reesa and Ken Portnoy J. Wesley Powell Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Punaro Mr. Joe Ramey Mr. and Mrs. John F. Redus Mrs. Linda S. Richardson Susan and Jess C. Rickman Terry and Bert Romberg Neall Grinnan Rose Donald H. Schaffer Roger J. Scott, Jr. Ruth and Richard Seib Gary and Genie Short Dr. Katharine Smith and Mr. Jeff Pritchard Richard and Kim Stacey Dr. and Mrs. Frederick J. Strieter Lenore Sulivan and Barry Henry Frank Sulzbach Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Swinson Mr. Rhadames Tellez Cynthia and Ed Timms Bill and Lynda Tolleson Mr. and Mrs. Peyton Townsend Moira and Richard D. Upton Mr. Michael Van Enter Walter Voit and Felicity Lenes-Voit Mr. and Mrs. William Wisseman Linda and Michael Wolfson Mr. Mike Wright Shelby Wyll

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DALLAS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

DALLAS SYMPHONY ASSOCIATION

LEAGUE

EXECUTIVE BOARD

Joseph F. Hubach Chairman Blaine L. Nelson Past Chairman Jonathan Martin President & CEO Cece Smith Treasurer & Secretary Coley Clark John R. Cohn Ronald J. Gafford Linda W. Hart Richard Holt William McIntyre Nancy Nasher Stanley A. Rabin Howard E. Rachofsky Brian Ratner Jeffrey M. Robinson Ron Spears James E. Wiley, Jr. Sanjiv Yajnik

BOARD OF GOVERNORS Nick Adamson Gregg Ballew Joanne Bober Keith Braley Key Coker Roberta Corbett Barbara Daseke Barbara Durham David Emmons Bonnie Floyd, M.D. W. Gary Fowler Marena Gault Alan J. Gold Randall G. Goss Randall Graham Sheila Grant Sam Holland Laree Hulshoff Bryan Jones Yon Y. Jorden Caroline Kohl Gert-Jan Kramer Selena LaCroix Mark LaRoe Craig Lentzsch Ron Mankoff Holly Mayer Scott McDaniel Tim McDonald Linda McFarland Shirley McIntyre Scott Murray Anita Sampels Enika Schulze James C. Scott Robert E. Segert Linda VanSickle Smith Melissa Ruman Stewart Donald J. Stone Barbara Sypult Sarah L. Titus Donna Arp Weitzman Kern Wildenthal Susie Wilson Karina Woolley

Leadership

GOVERNORS BY VIRTUE OF POSITION Ryan Anthony Daniel Florio Ed Hudson Josie Johnson Sandra Secor Linda VanSickle Smith

EX-OFFICIO LIAISON Lucy Meyers-Lambert

LIFE GOVERNORS Dolores Barzune Harold M. Brierley Howard Hallam Morton H. Meyerson W. Bradford Todd

COUNCIL OF PAST CHAIRS Dolores Barzune Harold M. Brierley Richard A. Freling Ronald J. Gafford Howard Hallam Linda W. Hart Jeffrey M. Heller Philip R. Jonsson James W. Keyes A.A. Meitz Blaine L. Nelson William L. Schilling Myrna Schlegel Donald J. Stone W. Bradford Todd

DALLAS SYMPHONY FOUNDATION

BOARD OF DIRECTORS Scott W. Hancock President Howard Hallam Vice President Howard E. Rachofsky Vice President Sam Self Vice President Billie Ida Williamson Treasurer Dolores Barzune Secretary Gregg Ballew Richard A. Freling Amy Groff Yon Y. Jorden Stanley A. Rabin Jeffrey M. Robinson Richard Schulze Donald J. Stone

EMERITUS DIRECTORS Philip R. Jonsson P. Mike McCullough Mrs. Eugene McDermott

Sandra Secor President Mari Epperson President-Elect Lisa Loy Laughlin Vice-President, Fundraising Dixey Arterburn Vice President, Services Lori Routh Vice-President, Arrangements Sarah Hardin Vice-President, Public Relations Carla Leffert Vice President, Membership Gail Vesledahl Vice-President, Membership-Elect Venise Stuart Vice President, Education/Outreach Carole Ann Brown Recording Secretary Sue Ringle Corresponding Secretary Mary Jo Lincicome Treasurer Christine Drossos Treasurer-Elect Bettina Hennessy Historian Melissa Lewis Parliamentarian Kathy Noonan Finance Committee Chairman Christine Drossos Junior Symphony Ball Co-Chair Becky Everett Junior Symphony Ball Co-Chair Libe Hodak Junior Symphony Ball Co-Chair Leslie Merrick Junior Symphony Ball Co-Chair Penny Reid Junior Symphony Ball Co-Chair Christine Standbridge Junior Symphony Ball Co-Chair Jolie Humphrey Presentation Ball Chair Glenda Cotner Party of Note Jill Goldberg Salon Series Kathryn Voreis Salon Series Michelle Anderson Savor the Symphony Harriett Gibbs 70th Anniversary Celebration Wendy Hansen 70th Anniversary Celebration

DALLAS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

GUILD

Board of Directors Linda V. Smith President James A. Smith Chairman Richard Barrett Treasurer Sue McAdams Secretary Susan Fleming Vice President, Gala Lacy Naylor Vice President, Gala Judy Tobey Vice President, Luncheons Enika Schulze Vice President, Luncheons Marilyn Halla Vice Presidents, Evening Nicole LeBlanc Vice Presidents, Evening Sue John Vice President, Membership

DALLAS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

INNOVATORS Officers Josie Johnson Co-President Ed Hudson Co-President Sharon Knowles President Elect Sharon McGahagin Treasurer Aida Cortes Behind the Scenes Programs Margaret Wilonsky Symphony Store Coordinator Jan Thatcher Young Strings Liaison

THE DSO IS SUPPORTED, IN PART, BY FUNDS FROM THE OFFICE OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS, CITY OF DALLAS.

EX-OFFICIO DIRECTORS BY VIRTUE OF OFFICE Joseph F. Hubach Jonathan Martin Cece Smith

EX-OFFICIO DIRECTORS

William L. Green Assistant Treasurer David Rosenberg Assistant Secretary

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NAMED ENDOWMENTS ORCHESTRA ENDOWMENTS Gina Bachauer Fund for Young Artists Lucile and Clarence Dragert Guest Artist Fund Rita Sue and Alan Gold Fund for the Lynn Harrell Young Artist Competition Cecil and Ida Green Guest Artist Fund The Linda and Mitch Hart Domestic Touring Fund The Linda and Mitch Hart International Touring Fund The Linda and Mitch Hart Musicians Retirement Fund Jeanne R. Johnson Fund for Artistic Excellence Fannie and Stephen S. Kahn Orchestra Travel Fund Herman W. and Amelia H. Lay Family Fund for Organ Soloists Eugene McDermott Orchestra Fund Eugene McDermott Touring Fund Meyerson Family Artistic Excellence Fund Nancy P. and John G. Penson Dallas Symphony Orchestra Recording Fund Pollock Family Fund for Music Library Contents Robinson Family Fund Anita and Merlyn Sampels Guest Artist Fund The Charlie and Sadie Seay Endowment Fund for Artistic Excellence Norma and Don Stone New Music Fund

For more information about Named Endowments supporting the Dallas Symphony, please contact Toni Miller at 214.871.4078 or T.Miller@DalSym.com.

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CONCERT ENDOWMENTS Texas Instruments Classical Series Max, Celia, and Jerry Abramson Family Concert American Airlines AT&T Bank of America Dallas Symphony Orchestra League ExxonMobil D. Gordon Rupe Foundation Opening Concert Sydney J. Steiner and David L. Florence Symphony of Toys in memory of Arkady Fomin Annual Endowed Concerts in memory of Irene H. and Ernest G. Wadel Pops Series Mary Martin The Meadows Foundation TM Advertising Youth Concert Series Cecil and Ida Green Youth Concert Series The Meadows Foundation The David Nathan Meyerson Foundation Anne J. Stewart EXTRAORDINARY NAMED FUNDS Constantin Foundation Fund Gail B. and Dan W. Cook III Fund Leo F. and Clara R. Corrigan Foundation for General Support Alta Ewalt Evans Fund Fachon and Howard Hallam Fund Winborne and Davis Hamlin Family Fund Linda and Mitch Hart Young Adult Education Fund William Randolph Hearst Endowed Fund for Young Strings Carol and Jeff Heller Guest Artist Fund The Philip R. Jonsson Endowed Fund for Young Strings Ben E. Keith Foundation Fund Cece Smith Lacy and John Ford Lacy Fund

Linda and Stanley Marcus Fund Juanita and Henry S. Miller, Jr. Fund for General Support The Pollock Foundation Endowment for Audience Development Frank K. Ribelin Young Strings Endowment George A. and Nancy P. Shutt Endowment Fund Barbara and Robert P. Sypult Family Artistic Fund Barbara C. and Robert P. Sypult International Guest Artist and Guest Conductor’s Fund Hazel Young Fund SPECIAL NAMED FUNDS African-American Festival Concert Fund Frances and J.D. Blatt Family Fund for Violinists Sherwood E. Blount, Jr. Family Fund Joy Lipshy Burk Memorial Fund Chautauqua Music Student Scholarship Fund Dallas Symphony Chorus Fund Jeanne and Sanford Fagadau Family Fund for Education Emme Sue and Jerome J. Frank Fund for HeartStrings Gertrude Munger Garrett and Melvin Miller Garrett Memorial Fund for Artistic Excellence Robert E. and Ruth Glaze Fund Elissa Sabel and Stan Hirschman Guest Artist Fund Hispanic Festival Concert Fund Mrs. Lee Hudson Fund for General Support Luther King Capital Management Fund Adah Yale Marr Memorial Fund for the Classics Music and Merit Program Fund The Hitoshi Nikaidoh Memorial Fund for Education The S.C. Ratliff, Nannie V. Ratliff, W.C. Ratliff, and Lucille N. Ratliff Endowment Fund Michael L. Rosenberg Foundation Gertrude Simon HeartStrings Fund Itske and Anthony Stern Fund Brenda J. Stubel Chorus Endowment Thompson & Knight Foundation Fund Annette G. Strauss Fund for Artistic Excellence Worsham, Forsythe & Wooldridge, L.L.P. Fund

BUILDING RECOGNITION

The Eugene McDermott Family Eugene McDermott Concert Hall

The Ross Perot Family Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

JP Morgan Chase West Loge

Bank of America

Renaissance Foyer

Greer Garson Fogelson and E.E. “Buddy” Fogelson E.E. “Buddy” Fogelson Pavilion

Amelia Lay Hodges

The Herman W. and Amelia H. Lay Family Concert Organ

Wendy Reves

Emery Reves Arch of Peace

Nancy and John G. Penson Green Room

Dallas Bankers Association

Isaac Stern Loge Foyer

Ida and Cecil Green Grand Stairway

Louise W. and Edmund J. Kahn Music Library / Archives Room

The Kresge Foundation Symphony Suites

Margaret and Erik Jonsson

Grand Choral Terrace

Cece and Ford Lacy

Guest Services Center

Oryx Energy Corporation Dress Circle

Myrna and Bob Schlegel Schlegel Administrative Suites

Linda Wertheimer Hart and Milledge A. Hart III Hart Symphony Suites and Reception Atrium

Karen and Phillip Drayer East Loge

Juanita and Henry S. Miller, Jr. Board Room

Dallas Symphony Orchestra League, Élan Circle and Innovators Musician’s Lounge

Hoblitzelle Foundation Symphony Suites

The Horchow Family Horchow Hall


Hallam Family/ Ben E. Keith Foundation Lobby Bars

Diane and Hal Brierley

Nancy Hamon

Ginny and John Eulich

Light Sculptures

The Rosewood Corporation Observation Rooms

The Richard D. Bass Foundation

Percussion Warm-up Room and Choral Music Library

Diane and Hal Brierley The Brierley Suite

The Haggar Foundation Concertmaster’s Dressing Room

The Thomas O. Hicks Family Dress Circle Balcony West

Maxus Energy Corporation Box Office

Anita and Merlyn D. Sampels Anita Sampels Suite

Dorothy and David Kennington Symphony Suites

Mary C. Crowley Dress Circle Balcony East

Water Fountains

Concert Hall, Administrative Offices and Elevators

The Harvey and Joyce Mitchell Family Foundation Broadcast Control Facility

Mary Liz and George R. Schrader

The Meadows Foundation

Artists’ Dressing Rooms Driveway and Entrance Canopy

Margaret and Robert Folsom Administrative Reception Area

ICH Companies

Ebby Halliday and Maurice Acers Development Office

Grand Tier Balcony East

Carol and George Poston Grand Tier Stairway West Grand Tier Stairway East

Ruth C. and Charles S. Sharp Carol and George Poston Grand Tier Balcony West

Eunha Kim Steinway & Sons Model D Grand Piano

KPMG LLP Finance Office

The Elizabeth H. Penn Family

Choral Rehearsal Room

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Greenberg Hamburg Steinway and Bosendorfer

Margie and William H. Seay Boutique

Dallas Symphony Orchestra Guild Music Director’s Suite and Musician’s Lounge Furnishings

Anne and Robert Dickson Wagner Tubas (Wagnertuben)

East Pavilion

Emme Sue and Jerome J. Frank Celesta

Hila and Nat Ekelma Telephone Alcove

Clarice and Richard Kearley Heralding Trumpets

Philip H. Weinkrantz Music Stands

On loan from Gwen Weiner Les Ondines by Henri Lauren

Howard Hallam Choral Rehearsal Room

Margot W. and Ben H. Mitchell Fund of the Communities Foundation of Texas

On loan from Miss Laurel Ornish George Gershwin by Andy Warhol

C Rotary Trumpets and Electric Piano

JoAnne and John Hamann Bosendorfer Grand Piano

Restaurant Tree

Jeanne R. Johnson

Marquee

Rotary Trumpets

Emme Sue and Jerome J. Frank

Patron Service Center Extension

Verizon

Harpsichord

Diane and Hal Brierley B

Louis W. Kreditor

Executive Director’s Office

ENSERCH Corporation

Dallas Symphony Orchestra Guild in Memory of Stephen F. Black

In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Peter N. Wiggins, Jr.

Barbara and Bob Sypult

Dress Circle Box

Volunteer Offices

DALLAS SYMPHONY ASSOCIATION ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF EXECUTIVE OFFICE Jonathan Martin, President & CEO

Judy Hammons, Assistant to President & CEO Gillian Friedman, Director of SOLUNA Projects Sarah Whitling, Manager of Special Projects

ARTISTIC OPERATIONS

Peter Czornyj, VP of Artistic Operations Jamie Allen, Director of Education Tom Brekhus, Senior Production & Pops Concerts Manager Marc Dunkelberg, Assistant Stage Manager Shannon Gonzalez, Stage Manager Sarah Hatler, Education Coordinator Franklin Horvath, Lighting Technician Carolyn Jabr, Mgr. of Young Strings + Teen Programs Todd Joiner, Artistic Administration Manager Nathan Lutz, Director of Operations Callie Massey, Chorus Administrator Margaret M. Moore, Administrative Assistant to Music Director Ben Spagnuolo, Artistic Operations Coordinator

GUEST SERVICES CENTER

Logan Heinsch, Director of Guest Services Paula N. Anderson, Guest Services Manager Kathryn Barrett, Symphony Store Manager Anthony Henson, Guest Services Coordinator Charles Hudgins, Guest Services Manager Stamos Martin, Guest Services Coordinator Brooke Stelmazewski, Guest Services Concert Supervisor

COMMUNICATIONS Denise McGovern, Vice President of Communications Chelsey Norris, Communications Manager

DEVELOPMENT

Michelle Miller Burns, Vice President of Development Tab Boyles, Director of Event Planning Lilian E. Godsey, Manager of Donor Stewardship Kelly Halaszyn, Sr. Manager of Corporate Giving Courtney Helms, Development Operations Manager Amanda Hyde, Individual Giving Coordinator James Leffler, Director of Individual and Legacy Giving Caroline McNeel, Board Engagement Manager Trevor Meagher, Development Operations Coordinator Toni Miller, Manager of Endowment & Planned Giving Quin Phillips, Development Assistant Alma Rouse, Director of Development Operations Liza Voznessenskaia, Sr. Mgr. of Fnd. + Gov. Rel. Jamie Winholtz, Sr. Manager of Individual Giving

MARKETING

HUMAN RESOURCES + FACILITIES

Debi Peña, Vice President of People and Facilities Amanda Cook, Payroll + Human Resources Manager James Nugent, III, Office Services Coordinator Breanna Turnley, Community + HR Liaison

FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION

Randy Leiser, Vice President of Finance Carl Baines, Desktop + Systems Administrator Leeanne Hay, Accounts Receivable Coordinator David Lane, Director of IT Alice Monroe, Budget Analyst Carol Schmucker, Staff Accountant Deanie Sewell, Controller Lonnie Striplin, Senior Staff Accountant Judith Washington, Data Quality Associate

VOLUNTEER SERVICES

Allison Brodnax, Director of Volunteer Services Maliska Haba, Manager of Volunteer Services

Sean Kelly, Vice President of Marketing Daniel Acosta, Sr. Marketing Manager, Subscriptions Blake Burgess, Director of Direct Sales Kristi Cooper, Graphic Designer Mallory Coulter, Manager, Pops + Specials Leigh Hopkins, Jr. Marketing Associate Thomas Mears, Group Sales Education Specialist Megan Teel, Graphic Designer Jena Tunnell, Advertising + Group Sales Manager Laura Urdaneta, Marketing Manager, Classical, REMIX + Organ Courtney Zimmerman, Director of Marketing


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DAL L AS A R TS DI ST R I C T MAP

DALLAS CONTEMPORARY (161 GLASS ST.) FLAG POLE HILL (8100 DORAN CIR.) LATINO CULTURAL CENTER (2600 LIVE OAK ST)

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WYLY THEATRE

NASHER SCULPTURE CENTER

WINSPEAR OPERA HOUSE

CROW COLLECTION OF ASIAN ART

KLYDE WARREN PARK

DALLAS CITY PERFORMANCE HALL

DALLAS MUSEUM OF ART

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Dallas Symphony Orchestra Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center Schlegel Administrative Suites 2301 Flora St Dallas | Texas | 75201

I N T E R N AT I O N A L MUSIC & ARTS F E S T I VA L

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