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L E T T E R F R O M T H E P R E S I D E N T A N D A R T I S T I C D I R E C TO R Dear Friends of CGMC, CGMC is spreading their music and mirth all over town! This holiday season CGMC has the potential of performing in front of nearly 5000 audience members across seven ticketed concerts, in four venues – more than ever before – and we are thrilled to have you with us tonight! Our unplugged voices will be heard in new venues like the First Congregational Church, UCC of Evanston and historic Rockefeller Chapel on the University of Chicago campus in addition to appearances on WGN television, at the Palmer House Hilton and the Kidney Foundation’s 2011 Gala. We are compelled to continue our commitment of expanding our outreach by touching the hearts, minds and ears of those who hear us, wherever it may be. That 80’s Show! Grab your leg warmers, give yourself some mall bangs and relive the decade that CGMC was founded in – the 80’s! We are pleased to announce that the spring show will be performed at two new venues: Francis Parker Auditorium and Elmhurst College. This all-80’s pop music program will be punctuated by compelling video clips and show-stopping choreography that reflects upon this transformational and complex decade of fun and tragedy, devastation and delight. It’s one you won’t want to miss! Go West, Young Man! On July 8th CGMC will open the 2012 GALA Festival in Denver, Colorado to crowds of more than 3000 attendees representing 178 other GALA choruses from across the world. Our goal is to send at minimum of 100 of our members to represent CGMC; please consider visiting our Giving Tree to find out how you can help sponsor one of our members and get them to Denver for this life-changing experience of transforming the world through song. Thank you again for being here and for making CGMC a part of your holiday season! Warm regards,

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ABOUT THE CHORUS With more than 150 singing members backed by a small army of volunteers, the CGMC family covers a diverse cross-section of the Chicago metropolitan area. Under the visionary guidance and inspired direction of Artistic Director, Patrick Sinozich, CGMC delivers a distinctive brand of entertainment that keeps our audience coming back again and again. Our members log thousands of hours annually to accomplish an ambitious schedule of performances, fund-raisers and charitable appearances. We Entertain CGMC delivers a unique entertainment experience found nowhere else in the city. We produce professional-quality shows that combine the best elements of musical theater, cabaret and traditional choral performance. But only CGMC can add that special “twist of gaiety” that can make each show fun, moving and memorable. We Inspire Whether we’re representing the community while singing the national anthem at Wrigley Field or we’re providing rarely-seen GLBT-friendly entertainment in smaller cities downstate, CGMC serves as ambassadors and provides a positive image to countless thousands every year. We Motivate Sometimes the message to take action can be delivered more effectively through song than through speech. That’s why CGMC has been heard regularly in the dome of the state Capitol (supporting GLBT rights and domestic partner benefits) and at major fundraising events throughout the city (often supporting AIDS-related organizations). We Comfort CGMC is not only an integral part of the community, but we are a family. When asked to help, CGMC heeds the call. We’ve sung at at the Auditorium Theater honoring the victims of Sept. 11. We sing at smaller memorial services honoring local community leaders... and sometimes our own members. We’re humbled to realize that CGMC’s presence can bring comfort and healing to those around us. For more information, to join our mailing list or to find out how you can support the Chicago Gay Men’s Chorus, visit cgmc.org.

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BIOGR APHIES Patrick Sinozich, Artistic Director The 2011-2012 season marks the continuation of Patrick’s 15th year as Artistic Director of the Chicago Gay Men’s Chorus. Patrick holds degrees in music from the University of Cincinnati College–Conservatory of Music and from Northwestern University. He also studied music, psychology and theology at Wayne State University, the University of Detroit Mercy and at the Catholic Theological Union in Chicago. In addition to CGMC, Patrick serves as the Music Director of Chicago a cappella, the Assistant Music Director at St. Clement’s Catholic Church, and is on the musical staff of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. He operates a private vocal coaching studio and appears regularly in vocal and chamber music recitals throughout the United States. An accomplished composer and arranger, Patrick writes and arranges much of the material used in CGMC productions. His arrangements have been sung by choruses across the country including New York, Washington DC, Cincinnati, Kansas City, Denver, Cleveland, Portland and Phoenix. Patrick has produced four CDs for Chicago a cappella and three for the Chicago Gay Men’s Chorus. James Morehead, Accompanist/Rehearsal Pianist James Morehead is excited for his second season with CGMC. He has recently music directed and/or played Jerry Springer The Opera (Jeff Award - Best Show), bare (Jeff nominee - Music Direction), Trouble in Tahiti, The Rainbow Connection, Copacabana, The Mikado, The Impresario, Barber of Seville, The Old Maid and the Thief, Amelia Goes to the Ball, Two Gentlemen of Verona, Sondheim in the Park, The Wandering Scholar, The Bear, Reagan’s Children, Something Schwartz, The Way We War, and The Tony Goes To. James is also the organist/choir director at St. Helena’s Episcopal Church in Burr Ridge, IL and the music director for Vox3 (www.vox3.org). He works at Roosvelt University as an accompanist, vocal coach and music direc8 Chicago Gay Men’s Chorus

tor, having also taught classes classes in music history, music theory and German diction. Originally from Pittsburgh, PA, James received his BM from Duquesne University and his MM from Chicago College of Performing Arts. James has also appeared as a featured cabaret pianist at Gentry, Spin, Davenport’s, the 410 Club and the Casino. Janneke Waal-Fowers, Choreographer After her parents sent her to ballet class at four years old to help her get rid of her flat feet, Janneke eventually earned a bachelors degree in Dance Education. She worked as a dance teacher and choreographer for theatre, television and fashion shows both in her native country of the Netherlands and in Bozeman, MT where she also was a founding member of Montana Theatre Works, a community theatre company. After receiving her masters degree in Art & Culture from the Erasmus University in Rotterdam, she moved to Chicago with her husband nine years ago and changed careers to become the Heritage Interpreter at Mayslake Peabody Estate. She would like to thank CGMC for giving her the opportunity te re-visit her first love, choreography, despite her flat feet. Margaret Nelson, Lighting Designer Margaret L. Nelson, USA 829, has received two Ruth Page Dance Achievement Awards for lighting design and stage management in the dance community and a Joseph Jefferson Citation for lighting design at the Organic Theatre. More than that, she has been the lighting designer and occasional stage manager for CGMC for many years. Margaret’s current projects include acting as production stage manager and lighting designer for Goat Island Performance Project’s national and international tours. More projects include working with assorted Chicago dance companies as they create works for Ravinia, the Athenaeum, the Dance Center of Columbia College and a Park District


B I O G R A P H I E S ( c o n t .) swimming pool; the 2005 Dance Chicago, 2005 Dance For Life and Chicago Human Rhythm Project; and lighting Dance Africa at the Auditorium Theater for WTTW. Theater projects have included lighting and road managing the national tours of Big River, Pump Boys and Dinettes and This Is America.

to teach English overseas. The most difficult part of that decision was saying goodbye to all the friends he’d made in the chorus – his chosen family. During one of the many farewell celebrations, Arnie met his partner Steve and his plans for teaching English got derailed. He returned to Chicago a month and a half after leaving, re-joined the chorus, Arnie Cuarenta, General Manager but chose not to go back to his old corWhen Arnie joined the chorus as a singer porate job. When the position of genin 2001, he immediately knew that this eral manager of the chorus opened up, group was going to become a perma- Arnie jumped at the opportunity. Five nent fixture in his life. In the four years years in the position now, Arnie not only that followed, he performed in every helps with the day-to-day operations show, joined the board of directors, and of the chorus, but he’s also the chorus chaired the membership committee. stage mom that makes sure that everyWanting to leave the corporate world, one turns off their mobile phones and Arnie said goodbye to Chicago in 2005 smiles while they’re performing.

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H O L LY F O L L I E S ACT ONE Tis the Season..........................................................Written and Arranged by Chad Weirick Wake Awake........................................................Written and Arranged by Patrick Sinozich Featuring: Misha Davenport, Matt Honaberger, Michael Kirby, Pat(d)rick McGuire With Peter Hillsman, Ron Robert and Bill Ryan It’s Christmas Once Again..........................................Words and Music by Harry Simeone This Christmastide........................... Words by Jane McCulloch, Music by Donald Fraser Sing Along: Do You Hear What I Hear?......................Words and Music by Noel Regney and Gloria Shayne Kissing by the Mistletoe......................................Words and Music by J. Leslie McFarland Come Darkness, Come Light...................Words and Music by Mary Chapin Carpenter Happy Holidays..................................................... Words and Music by Randall Jay Rogers and Swain Schaeffer Ocho Kandelikas...............................................................Words and Music by Flory Jagoda Featuring: Cha Charleston, Tim Gallagher, Matt Honaberger, David Long, Todd Rodrigue, Michael Roman, Gary Scanlon, David Weiner Lo, How a Rose E’er Blooming...................................................................Michael Praetorius, arr. Patrick Sinozich Wassail, Wassail All Over the Town..........................................................................Traditional, arr. Patrick Sinozich Christmas Samba....................................................Written and Arranged by Chad Weirick Featuring: Tri Truong, Harold Moore, Michael McGraw, David Long, Chris Chen Solo: Sean Murphy Intermission

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H O L LY F O L L I E S ( c o n t .) ACT TWO African Noel..................................................... South African Folk Song, arr. Donald Moore Here We Come A-Caroling................................................. Traditional, arr. Patrick Sinozich Phil Hannema sends Season’s Greetings and Best Wishes to All. Sing Along: Silent Night.................................................. Franz Gruber, arr. Patrick Sinozich Featuring: Andrew Brawley, Seth Dibblee, Scott Foreman, Michael Kirby, Leonard Lloyd, Paul Mumberger, Bill Ryan and Peter Zukowski Way Down in Bethlehem...............................................Words and Music by Jay Althouse Elohai, N’tzor............................................................................................................Danny Maseng Featuring: Chad Baus, Michael Elder and Adam Loredo Who Spiked the Eggnog?..........................................Words and Music by Ryan Ahlwardt and Deke Sharon Featuring: Scott Cooper, LT Johnson, Tim McKernan and/or Harold Moore With: Cha Charleston, Janneke Fowers, Drew Nixon, Jonathan Pugh, Reggie Owens, Michael Applebaum, Chad Baus, Jim Meske, Fran Feeley, Michael Kirby, Dan Sullivan and Pat(d)rick McGuire A Place Called Home............................................................................ Words by Lynn Ahrens, Music by Alan Menken, arr. Patrick Sinozich In memory of Remy Schumacher, who brought a sense of “home” to all those she met. Christmas Time All Over the World............................Words and Music by Hugh Martin Santa Quodlibet.....................................................Written and Arranged by Chad Weirick BAND Jimmy Morehead..........................................................................................................................piano Mark Berls.......................................................................................................................................... bass Fred Selvaggio............................................................................................................................. drums

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Marty Miller Juan Montano* Sean M. Murphy Rob Onken Jason Ott* Reggie Owens Michael Sherrin Matthew Staman Richard Straub* Frank Sutter Brandon Vejseli* Alan Walker* Zak Watts* Troy U. Yilmaz*

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BARITONES John Ademola Michael Applebaum David Ashby Mark Birge-Anderson Andrew Bouverette Charles Brent Bricker Marty Brown Will Brownson John T. Bruce Tony Campise* Scott Cooper Craig Dannenbrink* Seth Dibblee Alonzo Dudley Dion L. Edwards Dale Fahnstrom* Edward Farnham Fran Feeley Scott Foreman-Orr Tim Gallagher Spencer Gartner* Bart Goldberg Andy Greene Brian Ham Peter Hillsman Jeremy Humke* Phil Joseph* Eric Karas* Tony Kreidler Leonard K. Lloyd David Long Jeff Lynch Larry Maucieri* Patrick McGuire Tim McKernan Jim Meske Paul G. Miller* Tom Myles Steven Reid Elio Reyes

BASSES Andris Antons Samuel Blake Michael AJ Bonnett* Bill Bordonaro Benjamin F Calvert III Antonio Calzada Adrian Crawford* Jim Flores Wes Fowler Wesley Fowler Keith Goad David Kinnard Michael Kirby Stephen Lev* Reuben Lewy Paul Lorensen Gabriel J. Luchs George Luebking James Meiss Paul Mumberger Larry Olson David Ort Gary Paaren Jeff Port Jon Putnam William Ryan Gary Scanlon Dan Sullivan Kevin Swerdlow* Michael Wehman* Peter Zukowski SUPPORT Lee Hollis Merry Mary Bobby Orr-Foreman Jimmy Pipkins *leave of absence Holly Follies 13


D O N O R S (A S O F N OV E M B E R 1, 2 011) Fortissimo ($5,000 or more) Phil Hannema Quenten Schumacher and Steve Geiermann Forte ($2,500 or more) Jeff Port Michael V. Roman and Gary R. Paaren Mezzo Forte ($1,000 or more) Eric Boberg Ron Degen and Christopher Hannegan Chris Ferguson and Greg Gale Janneke and Jeff Fowers Kiel Galland Jerry Glover John Gordon and William Salvato Thomas and Virginia Harding Ricky Harris and Greg Smith Peter Hillsman CJ Jensen and Craig Dannenbrink Marshall Keltz Doris Lewy Reuben and Gary Lewy Steven Lutz Scott Perlman Owen Priest and Carl Nash Matthew Staman Richard Turner and Chris Vaughn Mezzo Piano ($500 or more) Anonymous David Baumgartner and Dr. Brian Boholst Howard E. Burton and H. Brett Kincannon Misha Davenport

Jack Delaney and Scott Stoltman James Easterbrook Keith Goad and Paul Grunwald Randy Harper Jeremy Hilborn Ben Hladilek Joanna Keena Michael Kirby Mitch Laks Denise Lesiak and Jean Leigh Bill Lieber in memory of Bob Green Paul Mumberger and Dave Eckberg Kenneth Shanoff Paul Shoun Tom Sinkovic Oscar Tatosian Frank Villella Cristofer Zell Piano ($250 or more) Rick Aiello Sherrill Bodine Marty Brown Chris Chen Laurie Davis Steve Glickman Richard and Elaine Heuberger Gordon Hyatt Katherine Kurtz George Luebking Rick Marzec Kevin McGirr Michelle Melin-Rogovin and Mark Rogovin David Morris Rett Nelson Charlotte A. Newfeld David Ort Jason Ott Steven Shelton Roni Siegel Frank Sutter and Michael Sherrin

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C G M C A D M I N I S T R AT I V E S TA F F Board of Directors President..............................................................................................Quenten P. Schumacher, II Vice President....................................................................................................Michael V. Roman Secretary.........................................................................................................................Kiel Galland Treasure................................................................................................................ Craig “CJ” Jensen Board Members........................................................................ Misha Davenport, Ron Degen, Seth Dibblee, Virginia Harding, Ben Hladilek, Michael Kirby, David Ort, Jeff Port, Frank Sutter, Janneke Waal-Fowers Membership Council President....................................................................................................................Eric Fredericks Membership Council Representatives........................... Marty Brown, Antonio Calzada, Nick Conner, Brian Ham, Marty Miller Committee/Subcommittee Chairs 30th Anniversary....................................................................................................Peter Hillsman Finance..........................................................................................................................Mitchell Laks Marketing....................................................................................................................Ken Puttbach Administrative Personnel General Manager...................................................................................................Arnie Cuarenta Auditors......................................................................................................................... A.C.T. Group Graphic Designer........................................................................................................Dan Paterno Legal.................................................................................................................................Jerry Glover Librarian................................................................................................................... Michael Curran Finance Table........................................................................................... Lee Hollis, Merry Mary, Bobby Orr-Foreman, Jimmy Pipkins Artistic Staff Artistic Director.................................................................................................... Patrick Sinozich Accompanist......................................................................................................Jimmy Morehead Choreographer..........................................................................................Janneke Waal-Fowers Technical Staff – CGMC Lighting Designer................................................................................ Margaret Nelson, USAA

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THE L ARRY E. BURKE MEMORIAL SCHOL ARSHIP FUND In addition to their many talents and their endless enthusiasm, Chicago Gay Men’s Chorus members are also required to contribute financially to the success of the organization – through annual dues and miscellaneous costs associated with weekend rehearsal retreats and traveling performances. Fortunately, CGMC members who are not able to meet these financial obligations can earn scholarships through the memorial fund left by Larry Burke, a longtime member and dear friend of the chorus who died in February 2005. Through Larry’s generosity, every CGMC member has the opportunity to enjoy all the benefits and experiences the Chicago Gay Men’s Chorus has to offer. In Memory Of Bill Albarran Rob Anderson Jerry Armstrong Bryce Henry Bandstra Earl Becker Wayne Bittner Ray Blevins Robert Bohm Howard Bonin Lee Boyce Larry Burke Eric Calimag Thom Callahan Jeff Colby Skip Coleman Jerry Crawford Bill Dahlstrand Rich Davis Thom Dombkowski Steve Fisher Tom Foale Gene Freeman Dick Freiwald Don Garapolo Ed Gregg Garth Guido Michael Halebian Dewey Harrington Bill Heller Will Henderson Mark Hieber Brad Hilkin

Duane Hoevet Bo Holley Mark Humphrey Rei Ignacio Bob Janotta Alan Jernsted Keith Jones Dennis W. Kaber Peter Kalamaris Steve Kaliski R. Fred Kampe David Keglovitis Fred Kelsey Gregg Kesinger John Kent Wil Kight Jon Loran Kimsey Brian Jamie Kirkwood John Klein David Kouba Guy Kuhnheim Bob Lesh Scott Lidman Tony Little Joseph Looby Martin de Maat Michael Marholz Michael McAllister Tim McLain Dennis McCullough Brent McCullough Joey McDaniel Brent McNeil

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2 011- 2 012 C G M C P E R F O R M A N C E F O R L I F E PA R T N E R S The Kip Snyder Performance for Life Program In 1990, Chicago Gay Men’s Chorus founding Artistic Director Kip Snyder instituted the Performance for Life Program, through which CGMC donates a block of tickets for one performance to local service agencies that provide support to Chicagoans impacted by HIV and/or AIDS and organizations supporting at-risk youth populations. The chosen service providers may distribute the tickets to its participants or sell the tickets and retain all proceeds. Canticle Ministries Canticle Ministries works with individuals and communities to facilitate changes necessary so that people with HIV can live with dignity, autonomy and respect, while working to minimize the impact of HIV in the larger community. Phone: 630588-9165 Web: www.Canticleministries.org Chicago House Since 1985, Chicago House has provided housing and supportive services to men, women, and children living with HIV and AIDS. Their services have since expanded to include community case management, substance abuse counseling, HIV prevention, medical adherence, and the Midwest’s first employment training and placement program specific to people affected by HIV. Chicago House now also offers FREE, anonymous rapid HIV testing. Phone: (773) 248-5200 Web: www. chicagohouse.org Howard Brown Health Center Youth Program The Broadway Youth Center offers comprehensive support services to all youth, 24 years of age and under. These include housing, job placement, and a safe environment with medical care and counseling available. Test Positive Aware Network Test Positive Aware Network (TPAN) empowers people living with HIV through peerled programming, support services, information dissemination, and advocacy. TPAN also provides services to the broader community to increase HIV knowledge and sensitivity, and to reduce the risk of infection. TPAN publishes the Illinois HIV Services Directory and the nationally-distributed HIV treatment publication, Positively Aware Magazine. Visit the TPAN Web site, www.tpan.com, for more information. Vital Bridges Food Pantry Vital Bridges Food Pantry helps people throughout metropolitan Chicago impacted by HIV/AIDS to improve their health and build self-sufficiency by providing access to food, nutritional counseling, and case management.

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