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Masterworks Performances: Symphonic Revelations Mar 26-27 Sponsored in memory of Joseph Goldsmith Mahler’s Majestic Landscapes Apr 16-17 Sponsored by the Glatfelter Family Foundation Brahms Brahms & Brahms! May 14-15 Sponsored by The Hall Foundation

Capital BlueCross Pops: Series Sponsored by Capital BlueCross Dave Bennett Returns Mar 12-13 Franc D’Ambrosio’s Broadway Apr 30/May 1

Special Performances: Stuart & Friends Mar 23 Underwritten by Marilynn R. Kanenson in memory of Dr.William Kanenson The Little Dragon Apr 10 Sponsored in part by Enginuity LLC


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Dave Bennett Returns

(Pops 3) Back by popular demand, clarinetist Dave Bennett brings his sextet and vocalist Carol McCartney back to Harrisburg.

HSO Season. ....................................... 4 Board of Directors............................... 7 HSO Staff.............................................. 7 Pre-Concert Lecture Series. .............. 9 Letter from Board Chair & Executive Director. . ......................15


Pops 3 Program. ...............................17

(Special Event) Stuart & Friends is a chamber music concert with select “friends” from the Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra.

Stuart & Friends Program................21

Stuart & Friends

Stuart & Friends Program Notes.....24 Masterworks 5 Program...................27 Masterworks 5 Program Notes.......29 Harrisburg Symphony Society. . .....37


Symphonic Revelations (Masterworks 5) Join long-time friends Bach and Beethoven, and our very own Julius Wirth, for an intimate dalliance with life, dance, elegance, and reminiscence.

Volunteer Recognition. .....................39 Endowment Fund Contributors. .......43 Annual Fund Contributors. ...............44 HSO Musician Roster. .......................50 HSO Corporate Sponsors. ...............51 Advertisers Index. .............................52



Malina’s ease on the podium, engaging personality, and insightful interpretations have thrilled audiences wherever he has worked. Learn more about his exciting career and many accomplishments.

Assistant Conductor to Maestro Malina and Youth Symphony Music Director, joined the HSO in July 2010 from an appointment as Music Director of the Norwalk Youth Symphony in Norwalk, Connecticut.

Stuart Malina Music Director

Tara Simoncic Assistant Conductor


YourCommunity YourArts YourTurn

The Cultural Enrichment Fund is the capital region’s united arts fund. It provides financial support to Central Pennsylvania’s art and cultural organizations through an efficient and effective annual fundraising campaign.

Donald B. & Dorothy L. Stabler Foundation

McCormick Family Foundation

John Crain Kunkel Foundation Bill & Marion C. Alexander

G. R. & Grace M. Sponaugle Charitable Foundation

The Board of Directors of the Cultural Enrichment Fund salutes these donors, whose leadership support made the 2009-2010 united campaign for the arts a success!


PO Box 12084 | Harrisburg, PA 17108 | 717.233.1694 |


Joe Lewin


Nancy Dering Mock

HSO Staff Stuart Malina Music Director

Tara Simoncic

Assistant Conductor

Jeff Woodruff


Executive Director


Director of Operations and Orchestra Personnel

William Lehr, Jr. Col. Walter Tibbetts


Bruce Darkes

Assistant Treasurer James Smeltzer

Symphony Legal Counsel Ronald M. Katzman

Immediate Past Chair

Susan Klick

Ellen Brown

Director of Development

Kim Isenhour

Director of Marketing, PR and Graphic Design

Alice Anne Schwab

Director of Education and Office Manager

Jocelyn Bowman

Endowment Campaign Manager

Carlin Luz

William Murray, M.D.

Patron Services Manager

Chair, Harrisburg Symphony Society

Finance Manager

Patricia Ferris

Randy Aires Marion C. Alexander Raphael Aronson Kevin Curtis Thomas Davis, M.D. Wayne Dietrich James Grandon Ellen Brody Hughes Ted Kleisner

Dr. Stephen C. MacDonald Phyllis Mooney Kim S. Phipps, Ph.D. Alexander Roca June Shomaker Karen Shughart William Warren Thomas Wright Nancy Zimmerman

Debra Tocks

Sherry Andersen

Development Assistant

Gail Perez

Finance Assistant

Linda Farrell Librarian

Tom Acri

Stage Manager

Pasquale Fera

Assistant Stage Manager 800 Corporate Circle, Suite 101 Harrisburg, PA 17110 Phone: 717.545.5527 The Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra is supported in part by a grant from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency, which is supported by the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency. The official registration and financial information of the Harrisburg Symphony Association may be obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State by calling toll free, within PA, 1-800-732-0999. Registration does not imply endorsement.

youth Symphony Tara Simoncic

Music Director/Conductor, HSYO

Keith Richardson Manager

Marie Weber

Conductor, Harrisburg Junior Youth String Orchestra

Kristofer Kimmel

Orchestral Coach, Junior Youth String Orchestra


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Pre-Concert Lectures – Why not increase

your knowledge of the evening’s concert repertoire? Special 30-minute Pre-Concert Conversations before all Masterworks performances are designed to enhance your enjoyment of the concert by providing insights into the music and music-makers on the program—bringing you “inside” the music. Our roster of speakers includes a variety of music professionals and experts who will bring different viewpoints and approaches to their conversations about the music. Program notes are provided in this program. Concert-goers can read about the drama, the passion, and the inspiration behind the music they will hear in the concert hall. Check out our website for program notes and audio samples to all HSO Masterworks performances.

Alexander Kahn Director of Orchestral Activities and Director of Bands Gettysburg College March Masterworks Lecturer

Pre-Concert Lectures are FREE and open to all concert ticket holders.

Saturdays at 7 pm Sundays at 2 pm Masterwork Concert Weekends Section 208 of the Forum Auditorium.

Post-Concert “Talk-Backs” – Stuart Malina is joined by musicians from the orchestra

and other concert participants for an informal, free-wheeling Q&A session with the audience, immediately following each Masterworks performance. 9

PLEASE JOIN US! Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra Painted Violins Jazz Brunch

SUNDAY | APRIL 3 | 11:30 AM HERSHEY COUNTRY CLUB PICARD GRAND PAVILION Take well-played, aged violins, add in artists’ vision and talent coupled with paint and a musical theme and you have Painted Violins. Sixteen painted violins, each depicting a different musical theme or composition are the focus of this exciting fundraiser organized to benefit the HSO. Composer Jennifer Higdon, violinist Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg, eclectic trio Time for Three and HSO concertmaster Odin Rathnam have each signed a painted violin. You can purchase raffle tickets for the violins of your choice now or at the brunch, along with note cards and a limited edition lapel pin. The brunch, a casual and fun event, will include delicious food, live entertainment by HSO Musician Susan Aquila on electric violin with guitarist Rob Tomaro, plus the drawing. To view the Painted Violins, artists’ bios, note cards and pin, please log on to the symphony website, You can register for the brunch and order raffle tickets and merchandise on the website or at HSO concerts. Registration deadline for the brunch is March 28. Raffle winners need not be present on April 3 to win. Brunch Tickets: $60 ALL Raffle Tickets: $10 each Limited-Edition “Flight of the Bumblebee” Violin Lapel Pin: $15 Painted Violin Note Cards (set of 10): $15


Casual attire is appropriate for the brunch. $30 of the cost of the brunch is tax deductible.


Maestro Stuart Malina has an ease on the podium, engaging personality, and insightful interpretations that have thrilled audiences from masterworks and grand opera to pops. Now in his 11th season as Music Director and Conductor of the HSO, Stuart Malina has also held appointments at the Greensboro Symphony Orchestra (Music Director, 1996-2003), and the Charleston Symphony Orchestra (Associate Conductor, 1993-97). Maestro Malina debuted at Carnegie Hall in February 2007, conducting the New York Pops in an allGershwin tribute including Rhapsody in Blue. During the 2009/10 season, he performed with symphony orchestras in Hong Kong, Naples, FL, New Mexico, Tampa/St. Petersburg, Charleston and Greensboro. Maestro Malina has had multiple engagements with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, as well as the Eastern Music Festival, at which he conducted the world premiere of Billy Joel’s Symphonic Fantasies for Piano and Orchestra. In 2006, he debuted with the Pittsburgh Symphony, and in 2007 with the Naples Philharmonic, and returned for concerts in 2008 and 2009. He has twice led the Shippensburg Festival Orchestra at the Luhrs Center, the second time performing with violinist Joshua Bell and broadcast on Pennsylvania Public Television. He has also appeared with the Chautauqua Institution Orchestra, Detroit Symphony, Buffalo Philharmonic, the Orchestra of St. Luke’s (NY), the Kansas City Symphony, the Youngstown Symphony, AIMS Festival Orchestra (Graz, Austria), the North Carolina Symphony, the Louisville Orchestra and the Queens Symphony. In June 2003, Maestro Malina won the prestigious TONY award for orchestration with Billy Joel for the musical Movin’ Out, which Malina helped create with director/choreographer Twyla Tharp. An accomplished concert pianist, Maestro Malina has frequently been engaged for the Market Square Concerts series in Harrisburg, as well as Music for a Great Space in North Carolina. Stuart Malina holds degrees from Harvard University, the Yale School of Music, and the Curtis Institute of Music, where he studied conducting with Otto-Werner Mueller. He studied piano 11 with Drora and Baruch Arnon and with Keiko Sato.

Irish melodies collide with eccentric characters and jaunty dances in the Tales & Scales’ beloved Musictelling adventure about caring, courage, and the power of the imagination. Tales & Scales Musictellers join the HSO and conductor Tara Simoncic in The Little Dragon!

Tickets are $10 & $15! Adult Child Visit or call 717.545.5527

SUNDAY | APRIL 10 | 3 PM Performed at Mechanicsburg Middle School 1750 South Market Street Mechanicsburg


Dragon snacks & drinks will be available for purchase in our Conductor’s Café.


Tara Simoncic, Assistant Conductor to Maestro Malina and the new Youth Symphony Music Director, joined the HSO in July 2010 from an appointment as Music Director of the Norwalk Youth Symphony in Norwalk, Connecticut. While with the NYS, she founded and conducted the Chamber Orchestra and collaborated with the Greenwich Ballet Academy. During her time as Music Director of the Norwalk Youth Symphony, she built the program from four orchestras to six, adding a very successful mid-level orchestral winds training ensemble as well as a top level chamber orchestra. In addition to her NYS position, she was also the Music Director and Conductor for the Histoire Chamber Orchestra, Conductor of the Flexible Orchestra (in NYC), Cover Conductor for the Manhattan School of Music (NYC), and Pre-Concert Lecturer and Assistant Conductor for the Greenwich Symphony Orchestra (Greenwich, CT).

Photo: Mark Pynes, Patriot-New


Originally from Stockton, California, Ms. Simoncic grew up in a musical family. Her father a composer and her mother a flautist, Tara was encouraged to study several instruments, but chose to focus on the trumpet at the age of six. Tara was bitten by the conducting bug while pursuing her Bachelor of Music degree in trumpet performance at the New England Conservatory of music. There, she founded the Stravinsky Septet, an ensemble which toured New England with a staged production of Stravinsky’s L’Histoire du Soldat and other works with similar instrumentation that were commissioned by the ensemble. Deciding to further her studies in conducting, she received her Masters of Music degree in orchestral conducting from Northwestern University. Her conducting training extended to Europe, where she has studied at the Canford Summer School of Music (England) and with the Bohuslav Martinu Philharmonic (Czech Republic), the West Bohemian Symphony Orchestra (Czech Republic), the Adygeya Republic National Symphony Orchestra and the Astrakhan Symphony Orchestra (Russian Republic). She studied with Zdenec Macal, David Gilbert, Iloh Yang, Victor Yampolsky, George Manahan, George 13 Hurst and Kirk Trevor.



The longer, warmer days of spring bring a bustle of activity at the Harrisburg Symphony. For starters, in addition to the March subscription concerts on the Capital BlueCross Pops and Masterworks Series, the annual Stuart & Friends concert will take place on Wednesday, March 23. This year’s concert will take place at the Rose Lehrman Arts Center at HACC. Come April we invite you to attend the “Painted Violins” champagne brunch on Sunday, April 3 at the Hershey Country Club. A dozen violins hand-painted by local artists, all of them beautiful and strikingly original works of art, will be raffled off. Entertainment will be provided by HSO violinist Susan Aquila (on her electric violin!) and her trio. Please visit the table in the lobby for more information. On Sunday, April 10 the HSO will present a Family Concert entitled “The Little Dragon” starting at 3:00 p.m. at Mechanicsburg Middle School. Irish melodies collide with eccentric characters and jaunty dances in a “musictelling” adventure about caring, courage, and the power of the imagination. HSO Assistant Conductor Tara Simoncic will conduct. On Wednesday, April 27 we begin a partnership with Appalachian Brewing Co. on Cameron St. in Harrisburg. On that evening the Night Fusion Series will present the very entertaining string quartet, Sweet Plantains, beginning at 9:00 p.m., upstairs in the Abbey Bar. Heading into May, the Symphony Society’s big springtime event this year will be “Hidden in Harrisburg, the Amazing Symphony Race” on Friday the 13th at the Harrisburg Hilton. This scavenger hunt will begin at 5:30 with hors d’oeuvres and then extend into the streets of Harrisburg as teams search for answers to clever clues relating to Harrisburg history, commerce and culture. No vehicle will be required. We encourage you to form a team and take part in this fun evening, all in support of the HSO. Tickets and more information about all of the above events are available online at March is “renewal season” at the Symphony. As with any orchestra, our subscribers are the heart and soul of the HSO and we urge all of you to take full advantage of all the benefits that come with subscribing, including securing your preferred seating, and mail in your subscription as soon as possible. We join you in welcoming spring and thank you for being with us here today at the Forum. We hope you enjoy the concert...





Music in Real Time

Capital BlueCross Pops Saturday, March 12, 2011 at 8:00 p.m. Sunday, March 13, 2011 at 3:00 p.m. The Forum, Harrisburg

STUART MALINA, Conducting DAVE BENNETT, Clarinet CAROL McCartney, Vocals Tad Weed, Piano Paul Keller, Bass

Pete Siers, Drums Hugh Leal, Rhythm Guitar

DAVE BENNETT RETURNS Nightmare Woodchopper’s Ball Stranger on the Shore Begin the Beguine Tangerine Where or When vocal by Carol McCartney I Got Rhythm vocal by Carol McCartney

Artie Shaw Woody Herman Acker Bilk Artie Shaw Jimmy Dorsey Peggy Lee with Benny Goodman Benny Goodman

............. Intermission ............. New Orleans/Pete Fountain Medley Artie Shaw Basin Street Blues Way Down Yonder in New Orleans Do You Know What it Means to Miss New Orleans? Just a Closer Walk with Thee You are My Sunshine When The Saints Go Marching In St. James Infirmary Pete Fountain vocal by Dave Bennett Taking A Chance on Love BENNY GOODMAN vocal by Carol McCartney I’ve Got a Right to Sing The Blues Brenda Lee with Pete Fountain vocal by Carol McCartney Sing Sing Sing Benny Goodman We gratefully acknowledge the Pops Series Sponsor

Guest Artist Accommodations have been underwritten in part by the Harrisburg Hilton. As a courtesy to the performers and fellow audience members, please turn off all cell phones and pagers. Photography and video of any kind is not permitted at HSO Concerts.


Dave Bennett

Michigan clarinetist , born May 1984, has established himself during the last five years as America’s premier interpreter playing in a style and sound inspired by his hero Benny Goodman. Dave has led his sextet in thirty states and has performed with more than twenty orchestras in the USA and Canada for his Goodman Tribute Symphony Pops. Dave Bennett is a self-taught prodigy who began at age ten on a clarinet given to him by his grandfather. Although now still only in his mid-20’s Dave’s playing career goes back to age 14, when he began frequent tours on the “traditional jazz” circuit with a Saginaw-based dixieland band. At age 12 trumpet legend Doc Cheatham invited him to the bandstand of the famous Sweet Basil jazz club in NYC. At age 17 Dave won a competition over 600 entrants to guest solo with The Count Basie Orchestra. And Pete Fountain, upon hearing a tape of Dave, made an unprompted call to the teenager encouraging him: “you are on the right track.”

Capital BlueCross Pops

Dave has recorded with three of Goodman’s famous band members: guitarist Bucky Pizzarelli, pianist Dick Hyman and vibraphonist Peter Appleyard. All three endorse Dave as “the closest ever to Benny Goodman”.


In June 2010, Arbors Records released Dave’s Clarinet is King – Songs of Great Clarinetists. On this CD Dave Bennett performs tunes made famous by such players as Artie Shaw, Pete Fountain, Barney Bigard, Acker Bilk plus more Goodman. Bennett gives fresh and creative treatments to such classics as Nightmare, Stranger on the Shore, Where or When and Begin the Beguine. Dave Bennett’s musical abilities aren’t limited to jazz and swing. He is passionate about rockabilly, pop, country, and American “Roots” music, and even composes his own material. During recent shows, he sometimes performs the music of Jerry Lee Lewis and plays a mean boogie woogie piano. Dave also plays “rockin” electric guitar along the lines of his hero Brian Setzer…and he sings a few tunes in shows.

Carol McCartney’s impeccable vocals and finely-tuned musicianship are front-and-

center on stage and in recordings. She tours exensively, fronting major symphony orchestras in the U.S. and Canada with clarinet prodigy Dave Bennett. Carol has also appeared at many major jazz venues and festivals. She sits in often with John MacLeod and his Rex Big Band at the Rex Hotel, and has been featured on many recordings, including Bob Brough’s Like A Spring Day, Chase Sanborn’s Sweet & Low and JUNO-nominated Freeflight, the Big Band. Carol recently released her own jazz project A Night In Tunisia. She is the driving force, and some stellar players join as her guests to collaborate on a musical vision all her own. McCartney shines in arrangements designed to allow her to do what she does best: killer renditions of beautiful songs, with support from jazz greats such as Peter Appleyard and Guido Basso.

Music Feeds More Than Just The Soul

Please bring non-perishable foods to our March Masterworks & Pops Concerts. We get credit for the total pounds donated. Our collected foods are distributed locally through CHANNELS Food Rescue.

CHANNELS Food Rescue located in Lemoyne, PA


Bill Kanenson loved the Harrisburg Symphony. His fondness for the orchestra grew even deeper when Stuart Malina came on board. This performance of Stuart and Friends is underwritten by Marilynn R. Kanenson in memory of Dr. William Kanenson. 2011 marks the 7th year for Stuart and Friends. Each year, an outreach program for students who might not otherwise have the opportunity to hear classical music or to attend a concert, is provided through the generous funding provided by Marilynn Kanenson. Mrs. Kanenson wanted to honor the memory of her husband in a manner that was near and dear to his heart – helping to foster an appreciation of music for young people with disabilities. Over the past few years, HSO musicians have travelled to the Capital Area Intermediate Unit’s Hilltop Academy, to Marshall Elementary School (Harrisburg School District), and this year, to Steelton Highspire School’s special education classes for a program of classical music and conversation. Thank you to Marilynn R. Kanenson for her generous spirit and her love of sharing the music.


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Music in Real Time

STUART & FRIENDS Wednesday, March 23, 2011 at 7:30 Rose Lehrman Arts Center, Harrisburg Area Community College

Odin Rathnam, Violin Nicole Sharlow Diaz, Violin Julius Wirth, Viola Fiona Thompson, Cello Stuart Malina, Piano

Baal Shem: Three Pictures of Hassidic Life for Violin and Piano

Ernest Bloch (1880-1959)

Vidui (Contrition) Nigun (Improvisation) Simchas Torah (Rejoicing) Odin Rathnam, Violin | Stuart Malina, Piano

Piano Trio in D Major, Op. 70, No. 1, “Ghost Trio� Ludwig van Beethoven Allegro vivace con brio Largo assai et espressivo Presto


Nicole Sharlow Diaz, Violin | Fiona Thompson, Cello | Stuart Malina, Piano

............. Intermission .............

Piano Quartet in E-Flat Major, Op. 47 Sostenuto assai; Allegro ma non troppo Scherzo: Molto vivace Andante cantabile Finale: Vivace

Robert Schumann (1810-1856)

Odin Rathnam, Violin | Julius Wirth, Viola | Fiona Thompson, Cello | Stuart Malina, Piano

Stuart & Friends is generously underwritten by Marilynn R. Kanenson in memory of Dr. William Kanenson. As a courtesy to the performers and fellow audience members, please turn off all cell phones and pagers. Photography and video of any kind is not permitted at HSO Concerts.



Stuart Malina


is one of America’s most versatile and accomplished conductors in a wide variety of concerts, from masterworks and grand opera to pops. Maestro Malina made his Carnegie Hall debut in 2007 conducting a soldout performance with the New York Pops in an all-Gershwin tribute including “Rhapsody in Blue,” which he conducted while also performing on the keyboard. He won a Tony Award for orchestration with Billy Joel for the musical Movin’ Out, which he helped create with director and choreographer Twyla Tharp. He was music supervisor for both the National Tour and the London/European tour of the show. An accomplished concert pianist, Maestro Malina has impressive credits as a soloist, having performed throughout the United States, the Netherlands, and with the acclaimed Piccolo Spoleto Contemporary Music Festival. With members of the Pittsburgh Symphony, he was recently in residence at the Tianjin Conservatory of Music as conductor, coach, and chamber music pianist. Maestro Malina holds degrees from Harvard University, the Yale School of Music, and the Curtis Institute of Music, where he studied conducting with Otto-Werner Mueller. He has been Music Director and Conductor of the Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra since June 2000.

Odin Rathnam, since his critically acclaimed Lincoln Center debut in 1993, has established himself as one of the most passionate and versatile artists of his generation. He has received unanimous praise from critics and audiences for his “captivating temperament,” “brilliant technique” and “recalling the legendary violinists of the past.” A veteran performer at many major European and American festivals, he has also appeared in recital for Market Square Concerts, in Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully Hall and in Carnegie Recital Hall, where Rathnam first appeared at the age of fifteen. As a soloist, he has performed with the Baltimore Chamber Orchestra, the New Amsterdam Symphony, the Columbian National Symphony, the Camden and Hayes Orchestras in England, the York Symphony, the Hershey Symphony, the Lancaster Symphony, the Central Pennsylvania Symphony and the Harrisburg Symphony. He is Concertmaster of the Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra.

Nicole Sharlow Diaz, principal second violin

of the Harrisburg Symphony, graduated with honors from Carnegie Mellon University and received her master’s degree from the Manhattan School of Music. She is head of the String Department at the Larchmont Music Academy where she teaches violin, viola and chamber music. She has been concertmaster of the Schleswig-Holstein Festival Orchestra in Germany and principal second violin of the Jerusalem International Symphony Orchestra, among many others, and is resident artist at Quisisana Resort in Maine. She has won the Silberman Chamber Music Competition and the Lilian Fuchs Chamber Music Recital Honor. She has performed with Trio Solas, the Claremont Ensemble and Fireworks and has appeared as soloist with the Carnegie Mellon Philharmonic and the National Repertory Orchestra.

Julius Wirth,

Principal Violist of the Harrisburg Symphony and the Baltimore Chamber Orchestra, received a Bachelor of Music Degree from the Eastman School of Music and a Master of Music Degree from Peabody Conservatory. He has won numerous awards and made solo appearances with the St. Cecelia Orchestra, the Baltimore Chamber Orchestra, Concertante, and the Lakeland Symphony. He is also a member of the Baltimore Opera Orchestra. Mr. Wirth was violist/violinist for the Broadway production of The Flower Drum Song.

Fiona Thompson, principal cellist with the Harrisburg Symphony and cellist of the

Mendelssohn Piano Trio, began her studies at Chetham’s School of Music in Manchester, England and graduated from the Royal Northern College of Music with honors and from the University of Southern California Thornton School of Music. She has performed across the US, Europe and Asia. In addition to the Mendelssohn Piano Trio, her chamber music experience includes performances with the Melos Ensemble, the Cygnus Chamber Ensemble and the Rasumovsky Quartet. As a soloist, Fiona Thompson has performed with the Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra, Westwood Chamber Orchestra and the Bakersfield Symphony. As an orchestral musician, Fiona is active with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and The Kennedy Center Opera House Orchestra. She has also played with the Metropolitan Orchestra, as principal cellist on its Arlo Guthrie tour at Kennedy Center and Carnegie Hall. She is currently a teacher and Artist-in-Residence at Messiah College. Fiona Thompson plays a cello by Paolo Testore, circa 1750. 23

by Lucy Miller


Stuart & Friends: March 23, 2011

Baal Shem: Three Pictures of Hassidic Life Ernest Bloch (1880-1959)

Although Ernest Bloch was a Swiss Jew born in Geneva, he lived in the United States from the time he was 36 and became a US citizen in 1924. He taught at the Mannes College of Music and was also the Director of the Cleveland Institute of Music from 1920 to 1925 and the San Francisco Conservatory from 1925 to 1930. He lived in Switzerland during the 1930’s but returned to the US as anti-Semitism grew rampant. He taught at the University of California, Berkeley until his retirement in 1952. Important to Bloch’s music is its overwhelming emotional and spiritual power as clearly evident in Baal Shem: Three Pictures of Hassidic Life composed in 1923. In the first poignant and passionate “Vidui” (Contrition), violin and piano exchange extreme ranges of pitch that go beyond virtuosic display to suggest a tragic sense. While “Nigun” (Improvisation) is an unabashed showpiece with its leaps and double-stops and improvisational moments for the violin, it retains something of the spirit of the first movement in its expression of sadness. In “Simchas Torah” (Rejoicing), inspired by the biblical passage when Moses hands down the torch to the children of Israel, a bright ray of hope shines as the music pushes the violin to its limits with the piano a strong supporting partner.

Piano Trio in D Major, Op. 70, No. 1, “Ghost” Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)

While subtitles can often be misleading, that is not the case in the famous “Ghost” Trio. It is called thus because of the forbidding second movement Largo taken from sketches Beethoven made for an opera based on Shakespeare’s Macbeth. The specific sketches employed in the Largo were intended to suggest the wellknown witches scene. It has also been implied that the despair associated with the movement might be based on Beethoven’s 24 growing awareness of his deafness.

More than an eerie tale, the “Ghost” Trio is another example of Beethoven’s exquisite compositional powers evident immediately in the first movement Allegro vivace con brio with is rhythmic power, singing lines for the cello, and the challenging scale work for the piano. So, too, is the last movement an ingenious stroke with its bright mood quite in contrast to the despair of the Largo. It is as if Beethoven comes to a resolution—both musically and spiritually—to the deafness that would face him. The work was composed, along with its companion piece, Op. 70, No. 2, in 1808 in Beethoven’s gracious Vienna apartment given to him by the Hungarian Countess Maria von Erdödy. He dedicated the trios to the Countess, a fine amateur pianist as well as patron.

Piano Quartet in E-Flat Major, Op. 47 Robert Schumann (1810-1856)

In examining Schumann’s music, we will try to avoid what Yael Braunschweig called in his recent New York Times article, “To Listen to Schumann, Bring a Couch,” “retrospective psychiatric diagnoses (that) shape the way people listen and what they hear.” Yet central to Schumann’s music is the reflection of his so-called “split personality,” that is, the free and happy Florestan side and the restrained and pensive Eusebius side. How much this reflects his own mental illness resulting in his attempted suicide in 1854 by a leap into the icy Rhine and his death two years later in a mental institution, we shall leave to the psychiatrists. What we need to study is the glorious result of Schumann’s compositional efforts despite his sufferings, probably not because of them. We might note, however, that Schumann was subject to the well-known conflict of two artists in a marriage, this time somewhat in reverse of Gustav and Alma Mahler or Ted Hughes and Sylvia Plath. On a tour of Russia with his more famous wife, Clara, he was asked whether “he, too, was a musician.” The brief but riveting Sostenuto assai that opens Schumann’s Piano Quartet quickly gives way to the powerful and expressive Allegro ma non troppo that dominates the first movement with its recurring themes and pulsing rhythm maintained by the piano. We have a momentary return to the Sostenuto before the themes are restated and developed in a livelier Allegro section which, after a sustained moment, leads to the thrilling Più agitato that concludes the movement. The staccatos of the second movement Scherzo are interrupted twice by more sustained Trio sections before the movement wisps into thin air. Then we are taken into the heaven of the Andante cantabile with its moving lyricism for each instrument in turn. The opening cello song is unforgettable, but the violin, viola, and piano all have their moments. The wonderful Finale seems to combine the power of the first movement with the lyricism of the third movement and the liveliness of the Scherzo. The masterful writing of the Piano Quartet is some of Schumann’s best. The Piano Quartet, completed in October of 1842, concluded Schumann’s year-long creative burst of chamber music that also included his Piano Quintet and his three Op. 41 string quartets. It was written for Count Matvei, an obviously accomplished amateur cellist, but given its premiere by professional musicians in Leipzig on December 8, 1844. The pianist was Clara Schumann. ©2011 Lucy Miller Murray (


in memory of

Joseph K. Goldsmith

The Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra is the recipient of a generous bequest from the Estate of Joseph K. Goldsmith. The funds are to be used to support the Symphony’s operations and its mission of fostering an appreciation for and knowledge of music to enrich the cultural life of Central Pennsylvania. A lifelong resident of Harrisburg and World War II veteran, Joe joined his father and brother Richard at M. Lee Goldsmith Furniture, a business founded by his grandfather in downtown Harrisburg. He was a man of great humor and wit and, though a Dixie Land jazz aficionado, had a great appreciation for symphonic music.


Joe Goldsmith believed that we owed much to our community and that we were obligated to make it a better place. He was committed to his hometown and worked for its betterment.

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MASTERWORKS Saturday, March 26, 2011 at 8:00 p.m. Sunday, March 27, 2011 at 3:00 p.m. The Forum, Harrisurg

STUART MALINA, Conducting Julius Wirth, Viola SYMPHONIC REVELATIONS Orchestral Suite No. 3 in D major, BWV 1068 Johann Sebastian Bach Ouverture Air Gavottes I and II Bourrée Gigue


Viola Concerto, Op. 185 Zdenek Lukáš Rapsodico Cantabile Ben ritmico


............. Intermission .............

The Unanswered Question

Symphony No. 8 in F major, Op. 93 Allegro vivace e con brio Allegretto scherzando Tempo di minuetto Allegro vivace

Charles Ives (1874-1954) Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)

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Julius Wirth, Principal Violist of the Harrisburg Symphony and the

Baltimore Chamber Orchestra, received a Bachelor of Music Degree from the Eastman School of Music where he studied with Francis Tursi, Jefrey Irvine and Marcus Thompson. He acquired a Master of Music Degree from Peabody Conservatory of the Johns Hopkins University under the tutelage of Karen Tuttle. He has been a winner of numerous awards and made solo appearances with the St. Cecilia Orchestra, the Baltimore Chamber Orchestra, the Concertante Chamber Ensemble, and the Lakeland Symphony. He is presently Principal Violist of the Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra and the Baltimore Chamber Orchestra. From October 2002 to March 2003, Mr. Wirth was the violist/violinist for the Broadway production of the “Flower Drum Song.” Other memberships include the National Chamber Orchestra and the Baltimore Opera Orchestra.


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Masterworks: March 26-27, 2011

Orchestral Suite No. 3 in D major, BWV 1068 (ca. 1720) Johann Sebastian Bach

Born March 21, 1685 in Eisenach, Germany Died July 28, 1750 in Leipzig From 1717 to 1723, Bach was director of music at the court of Anhalt-Cöthen, north of Leipzig. He liked his job. His employer, Prince Leopold, was a well-educated man, 24 years old at the time he engaged Bach. (Bach was 32.) Leopold was fond of travel and books and paintings, but his real passion was music. He was an accomplished musician who not only played violin, viola da gamba and harpsichord well enough to join with the professionals in his house orchestra, but also had an exceptional bass voice. He started the court musical establishment in 1707 with three players (his puritanical father had no use for music), and by the time of Bach’s appointment the ensemble had grown to nearly twenty performers equipped with fine instruments. It was for this group that Bach wrote many of his outstanding instrumental works, including the Brandenburg Concertos, the Orchestral Suites, the Violin Concertos and much of his chamber music. Leopold appreciated Bach’s genius, and Bach returned the compliment when he said of his Prince, “He loved music, he was well acquainted with it, he understood it.” Though the exact dates of Bach’s Orchestral Suites are uncertain, all four were composed during or immediately after the Cöthen period. Each of Bach’s four Orchestral Suites comprises a grandiose Overture followed by a series of dances of various characters. The aptly named “French” Overtures are based on the type devised by Lully — a slow, almost pompous opening section filled with snapping rhythmic figures and rich harmony leading without pause to a


spirited fugal passage in faster tempo. The majestic character of the opening section returns to round out the Overture’s form. The chain of movements that follows varies from one Suite to the next, though Bach’s sense of musical architecture demands that they create a pleasing balance of tempos and moods. The first such movement in the Third Suite bears the title Air, a general term used during Bach’s time for an instrumental piece in slow tempo with a sweet, ingratiating melody in the upper voice. This haunting, bittersweet music is one of Bach’s best-loved creations. Next is a pair of Gavottes, a dance of moderate liveliness whose ancestry traces back to French peasant music. The Bourrée, also of French origin, is joyful and diverting in character, and, when danced, was begun with a brisk leap, which is mirrored in Bach’s quick upbeat pattern. The Gigue was derived from an English folk dance, and became popular as the model for instrumental compositions by French and Italian musicians when it migrated to the Continent.

Viola Concerto, Op. 185 (1983), Zdenek Lukáš

Born August 21, 1928 in Prague Died July 13, 2007 in Prague

Zdenek Lukáš, one of the most important and prolific Czech composers of the second half of the 20th century, was born into a musical household in Prague on August 21, 1928. Zdenek Lukáš (pronounced ZDEN-yek LOO-kahsh) took lessons in theory and composition as a teenager and attended teacher’s college in Prague, and he combined his studies when he taught elementary school for five years after his graduation in 1948 by writing little pieces around pedagogical texts to aid his students’ learning and memorization. From 1953 to 1964, Lukáš worked as an editor and program director for Czech Radio in Pilzen, where he also founded and directed the mixed choir Česká Písen (“Czech Song”), for which he wrote original works and arranged many folk melodies while bringing the ensemble to international prominence. The range, idioms and expressive content of his compositions expanded greatly during the 1960s, when he returned to Prague to study privately with the composer, conductor and Prague Conservatory faculty member Miloslav Kabelác. Lukáš remained in Prague until his death there in 2007, teaching for brief periods at the Prague Conservatory and conducting the Czechoslovak State Song and Dance Ensemble, but mainly devoting himself to composition. He created nearly 400 compositions — six operas, seven symphonies, four dozen concerted works, a wealth of chamber and piano music, scores for radio plays, songs, accompanied and a cappella choral pieces, and many arrangements — that incorporate traditional Czech influences 30 into his distinctive modern style.

Lukáš composed his Viola Concerto in 1983 for Karel Špelina, Principal Viola of the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra and faculty member of the Prague Conservatory, who premiered the work with that ensemble and conductor Zdenek Košler on November 20, 1983. The first movement opens with aggressive figurations from the soloist but soon settles into the gentler mood implied in its title: Rapsodico. The themes are largely lyrical and folk-inflected, with occasional embellishments reminiscent of the decorations customarily applied to traditional Eastern European song and dance melodies. The second movement (Cantabile — “Singing”) is based on a lovely hymnal theme heard at the beginning and end to frame a more assertive central episode. The finale follows a modified sonata form, with a strongly rhythmic main theme, a quieter subsidiary subject, a thoughtful development section led by the soloist and a return of the opening material before a cadenza and a spirited coda bring the Concerto to a close.

The Unanswered Question (1906) Charles Ives

Born October 20, 1874 in Danbury, Connecticut Died May 19, 1954 in New York City The Unanswered Question, subtitled “A Contemplation of Something Serious,” is one of Ives’ most visionary and most popular works. It was written in 1906 along with a companion piece, Central Park in the Dark in the Good Old Summer Time (“A Contemplation of Nothing Serious”), when Ives was trying out all manner of sound combinations in his music. The Unanswered Question comprises three distinct kinds of music, superimposed: a string chorale, an unchanging trumpet phrase and a chattering woodwind response. Ives assigned these unlikely partners the following philosophical roles: “The strings play pianississimo throughout with no change in tempo. They are to represent the ‘Silence of the Druids — Who Know, See and Hear Nothing.’ The trumpet intones ‘The Perennial Question of Existence,’ and states it in the same tone of voice each time. But the hunt for ‘The Invisible Answer’ undertaken by the flutes and other human beings, becomes gradually more active, faster and louder.... ‘The Fighting Answerers,’ as the time goes on and after a ‘secret conference,’ seem to realize a futility, and begin to mock ‘The Question’ — the strife is over for the moment. After they disappear, ‘The Question’ is asked for the last time, and ‘The Silences’ are heard beyond in ‘Undisturbed Solitude.’” This turn-of-the-20th-century work continues to be disturbing, challenging and thought-provoking: “The world today makes us so aware of unanswered questions that the basic idea of the piece is easy to grasp,” wrote musicologist Edward Downes.


Symphony No. 8 in F major, Op. 93 (1812) Ludwig van Beethoven

Born December 16, 1770 in Bonn Died March 26, 1827 in Vienna

In early October 1812, the Linzer Musikzeitung carried the following announcement: “We have had the long-wished-for pleasure of having in our metropolis for several days the Orpheus and greatest musical poet of our time....” This “Orpheus” was Beethoven, and he had descended on Linz as the last stop in a summer spent taking the waters at Karlsbad, Franzensbrunn and Töplitz in an attempt to relieve various physical ailments. His interest in Linz, however, extended beyond the mineral baths into the private life of his younger brother, Johann. It seems that Johann had acquired a housekeeper, one Therese Obermeyer, and that her duties extended to, as the composer’s biographer Thayer put it, “something more.” Perhaps as much from jealousy as from moral indignation, the bachelor Beethoven did not approve of either the situation or this particular female (he later dubbed her “Queen of the Night”), and he took it upon himself, Thayer continued, “to meddle in the private concerns of his brother, which he had no more right to do than any stranger.” He stirred up a terrific row over this matter, and, after taking his concern to the local authorities, actually was awarded a decision to have Therese thrown out of town. Johann had had about enough by this time, and the upshot of all of Ludwig’s intrusions was that his younger brother married the housekeeper after all. Beethoven had been installed in an attractive room in Johann’s house overlooking the Danube and the surrounding countryside upon his arrival, and he worked on the Eighth Symphony throughout all this unnecessary domestic kerfuffle. Not the slightest hint of the turmoil crept into the music, however. It is actually the most humorous and “unbuttoned,” in the composer’s own description, of all his symphonies. At that time in his life (he was 42), Beethoven was immensely fond of a certain rough fun and practical jokes, and Sir George Grove believed that “the Eighth Symphony, perhaps more than any other of the nine, is a portrait of the author in his daily life, in his habit as he lived; the more it is studied and heard, the more will he be found there in his most natural and characteristic personality.” 32

Certainly this work presents a different view of Beethoven than do its immediate neighbors, and it is this very contrast that helps to bring the man and his creations more fully into focus. The compact sonata form of the opening movement begins without preamble. The opening theme (F major), dance-like if a bit heavy-footed, appears immediately in vigorous triple meter. The second theme, built on short sequentially rising figures, enters in the surprising tonality of D major, but quickly rights itself into the expected key of C major. The closing group consists of a strong two-beat figure alternating with a swaying, legato line for the woodwinds. The development is concerned with a quick, octave-skip motive and a rather stormy treatment of the main theme. This central section ends with one of the longest passages of sustained fortissimo in the entire Classical literature to herald the recapitulation with a great wave of sound. The long coda comes close to being a second development section in its mood and thematic manipulation. The second movement is a sonatina — a sonata form without a development section — based on a ticking theme in the woodwinds (actually an imitation of the metronome recently invented by Beethoven’s friend Johann Nepomuk Mälzel) and an impeccable music-box melody presented by the violins. The third movement abandons the scherzo of Beethoven’s other symphonies and returns to the archaic dance form of the minuet; its central trio features horns and clarinets over an arpeggiated accompaniment in the cellos. The length of the finale almost equals that of the preceding three movements combined, and it carries significant importance in the work’s total structure because of the diminutive size of the internal movements. In mood it is joyous, almost boisterous; in form, it is sonata-allegro, with enough repetitions of the main theme thrown in to bring it close to a rondo. The extensive coda actually occupies more time than the development, and maintains the Symphony’s bustling energy and high spirits to the end. ©2010 Dr. Richard E. Rodda




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HSO ANNUAL FUND, 800 Corporate Circle, Suite 101, Harrisburg, PA 17110. Secure Online Gifts can be made at

Support your Symphony – WE NEED YOU! Donors to the Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra play a crucial role in sustaining the Symphony’s tradition of artistic excellence. Ticket revenue alone does not cover the cost of presenting symphonic programs of the highest caliber. nor does it pay for numerous education programs and community engagement efforts. Corporate, Business, Foundation, & Government – 20% Special Events & others – 15%

Annual Fund – 23%

Ticket Sales – 33%

Endowment – 9%

Annual Fund gifts help the Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra serve our whole community through music that educates, entertains and enriches the human spirit. Your gift today will have immediate impact - we need you - to support our orchestral and numerous educational and outreach programs. Please consider a gift to the Annual Fund Campaign this year. There are many ways to give: Donate Online at

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Stuart Malina, Music Director Helen F. Whitaker Chair* Tara Simoncic, Assistant Conductor VIOLIN I Francisco Salazar, Concertmaster Frank M. Masters, Jr. Chair in Memory of Frank M. and Margaret Wilson Masters* Walter Choi Associate Concertmaster Charles A. and Elizabeth Guy Holmes Foundation Chair Carl Iba, Assistant Concertmaster Bill and Beverlee Lehr Chair* Yehong Xiong Julie Savignon José Sánchez Michael Avagliano

VIOLIN II Rachel Schenker, Principal Randy and Ginny Aires Chair* Lisa Welty, Assistant Principal Matthew Szemela Samuel Thompson Djeina Haruta

VIOLA Becky Rothermel, Principal Donald B. & Dorothy L. Stabler Foundation Chair* Barb Downs, Assistant Principal Ya-Chin Pan Alice Bish

CELLO Fiona Thompson, Principal Dr. and Mrs. William Kanenson Chair* Erik Jacobson, Assistant Principal Elyssa Gilmar Sheldon Lentz

50 *Endowed in Perpetuity

Pops 3 Musicians BASS Paul Klinefelter, Principal Highmark Blue Shield Chair Charles Breaux, Assistant Principal Christopher Finet

FLUTE David DiGiacobbe, Principal Endowed in perpetuity In memory of David A. Elias, Jr. and Marie Graupner Elias* Mary Hannigan

OBOE Jill Marchione, Principal The Hershey Company Chair* Thomas Rowe


TRUMPET Dan Orban, Principal Capital BlueCross Chair honoring James Mead* Craig Taylor Kevin Gebo

TROMBONE James McFalls, Principal Darius Christian Jones Joseph McDonough

TUBA Jonathan Fowler , Principal Harrisburg Symphony Society Chair


Brenda Weckerly, Principal Elsie W. Swenson Chair* Janine Thomas, Principal Dr. & Mrs. William M. Murray Chair* PERCUSSION Linda Farrell Adrian Stefanescu, Principal Jerry and Hilary Simpson Family Chair BASSOON in Memory of Rodney J. Sawatsky* Gail Ober, Principal Barry Dove The Kline Foundation Chair Harvey Feldman

HORN Sara Cyrus, Principal Metro Bank Chair Leise Ballou Jonathan Clark Evan Geiger Philip Browne

Thank you to the sponsors of the following chairs that is not included in this program:


Elizabeth J. Dunlap Chair*


Ronald & Marjorie Katzman Chair*

The Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra

wishes to thank the following corporations and foundations who have supported us during the 2009/10 and 2010/11 concert seasons. abc27/WHTM AEGIS Security Insurance Company Bieber Transportation Group Bobby Rahal Automotive Group Capital BlueCross Carlisle Digestive Disease Associates, Ltd. The Carlisle Sentinel Carlisle Summerfair Committee Carlisle SynTec Changes Salon and Day Spa Cultural Enrichment Fund Cumberland Design & Building Company, Inc. Cumberland Golf Club, Carlisle Dauphin County Commissioners deRamon Plastic Surgery Institute Delta Development Group Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott LLC Enginuity, LLC F&M Trust First National Bank of Mifflintown Fulton Bank The Garden Path Goldberg Katzman, P.C. Graystone Tower Bank GreenWorks Development, LLC Harrisburg Symphony Society Hershey Entertainment & Resorts Company Hershey Trust Company, Private Wealth Management Group The Heuser Group, Inc. Highmark Blue Shield Hilton Harrisburg & Towers Hoffman-Roth Funeral Home & Crematory, Inc. The JDK Group Kiwanis Club of Harrisburg L.B. Smith Ford Lincoln Mercury Land Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Lakes, Inc. Lebanon Valley College Lemoyne Borough M&T Bank McInroy-Sheffer People Trust McKonly & Asbury LLP

McNees Wallace & Nurick LLC Messiah College Metro Bank Milton S. Hershey Medical Center Novingerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Inc. Orrstown Bank PA Council on the Arts PA Department of Community & Economic Development PA Housing Finance Agency Patton Picture Company PNC Financial Services Group Post and Schell, P.C. Premier Production Services, Inc. R.S. Mowery & Sons, Inc. Radisson-Penn Harris Saul Ewing LLP Stoken Ophthalmology Storage Depot Strickler Agency Travel Professionals, Inc. URL Financial Group Utz Quality Foods, Inc. White Circle Club, Lodge No. 1 WITF 89.5 FM Foundations: Boyd Foundation Charles A. & Elizabeth Gay Holmes Foundation The Foundation for Enhancing Communities The Getty Foundation The Glatfelter Family Foundation The Hall Foundation Derek C. and Margaret I. Hathaway Family Foundation Lawrence L. & Julia Z. Hoverter Foundation Hunter Myers Redus Foundation Josiah W. and Bessie H. Kline Foundation The McCormick Family Foundation The Donald and Dorothy Stabler Foundation The Wells Foundation


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ABC27-WHT........................................................ 90 Allenberry Playhouse......................................... 63 Amtrak.................................................................. 61 Bath Fitter............................................................. 67 Bethany Village................................................... 67 Bieber Transportation Group............................ 89 Bobby Rahal Automotive Group...................... 72 Carlisle Country Club......................................... 76 Capital BlueCross................................................ 16 Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet................... 62 Changes Salon and Day Spa........................... 87 Comfort Keepers................................................. 82 Concertante.......................................................... 76 Cornwall Manor................................................... 33 Cultural Enrichment Fund......................................6 David A. Smith Printing...................................... 53 Endless Music Festival......................................... 87 Enginuity............................................................... 38 F&M Trust.............................................................. 60 Fashionable Canes and Walking Sticks.......... 69 The Foundation for Enhancing Communities... 61 Gallery Blu........................................................... 65 Gehman & Co...................................................... 71 Goldberg Katzman............................................ 76 Gretna Music....................................................... 84 Hamilton & Musser, P.C...................................... 75 Harrisburg Choral Society................................ 78 The Harrisburg Singers...................................... 75 Heritage Medical Group................................... 58 Hershey Theatre. ............................................... 83 Highmark Blue Shield......................................... 55 Hilton Harrisburg................................................. 36 Holy Spirit Health Systems...................................3 Homeland Center................................................ 72 James E. Fegley................................................... 75 J.C. Snyder Florist................................................ 64 Julianaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Italian Restaurant................................ 59 Keefer Wood Allen & Rahal, LLP..................... 65

L.B. Smith Ford Lincoln........................................ 54 Live at Rose Lehrman.......................................... 81 Luhrs Center......................................................... 88 M&T Bank............................................................. 28 Market Square Concerts................................... 80 Messiah College School of the Arts................ 66 Messiah Village................................................... 68 Milton Hershey School........................................ 63 Moffett Dental Center........................................ 70 Mollie B................................................................. 60 Mountz...................................................Back Cover NRG Energy Center Harrisburg....................... 71 Open Stage......................................................... 77 Penn State Hershey Milton S. Hershey Medical Center................... 56 74 Pennsylvania Regional Ballet............................ 82 Pennsylvania Retina Specialist, PC.................. 68 The Phillips Group............................................... 64 Plastic Surgery Center, Ltd................................ 57 Radisson Penn Harris Hotel and Convention Center........................... 34 Reifsnyderâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s.......................................................... 59 Rhoads & Sinon, LLP........................................... 66 Rite Aid................................................................. 59 Roof Advisory Group, Inc.....................................2 Saul Ewing, LLP.................................................... 91 SF & Company.................................................... 87 Shops of Strawberry Square........................... 70 State Street Academy of Music....................... 73 Strand Capitol..................................................... 85 Susquehanna Chorale........................................ 79 Susquehanna Internal Medicine Associates.... 71 Theatre Harrisburg............................................. 86 Visiting Nurse Association. ...............................64 Wendell L. Funk, MD.......................................... 69 WITF 89.5 FM..................................................... 40

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Messiah College Choral Arts Society Annual Concert

Messiah College Wind Ensemble and Symphonic Winds “The President’s Concert”

7fh_b'&"(&''š4 p.m. Linda L. Tedford, Conductor “Mass in G”— Franz Schubert “Serenade to Music” — Vaughan Williams “Festival Te Deum” — Benjamin Britten Trinity Lutheran Church 2000 Chestnut Street, Camp Hill, Pa.

CWo'"(&''š3 p.m. Bradley Genevro, Conductor Messiah College, Climenhaga Fine Arts Center, Miller Auditorium This is a free concert.

To order tickets, call 717-691-6036.

For more information, contact the Department of Music at 717-766-2511, ext. 3310.








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2010 2011 ConCert SeaSon Susan Solomon Beckley, Artistic Director

BROADWAY DeCember 3, 2010 8:00 PM Faith Presbyterian Church, Harrisburg

April 29, 2011 8:00 PM Faith Presbyterian Church, Harrisburg

DeCember 4, 2010 7:30 PM Trinity Lutheran Church, Camp Hill

April 30, 2011 7:30 PM Trinity Lutheran Church, Camp Hill

December 5, 2010 3:00 PM Mechanicsburg Presbyterian Church

mAy 1, 2011 3:00 PM Mechanicsburg Presbyterian Church

For tickets and information

Call 233-1005 or visit


2010-11 Season Rose Lehrman Arts Center at HACC

Friday, May 6, 2011 at 8 pm Prokofiev: Sonata for Two Violins in C Major, Op. 56 Gabriela Lena Frank: Hypnagogia Tchaikovsky: Sextet in D Minor, Op. 70 Souvenir de Florence

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[title of show] Music and Lyrics by Jeff Bowen, Book by Hunter Bell Oct 8 to Nov 6 August Wilson’s THE PIANO LESSON February 4 to 26


Sponsored by Char Magaro, Gerald McKee, Kristin Scofield and Jim Scheiner

Charles Dickens’ A CHRISTMAS CAROL Adapted by Edward Alsedek at Whitaker Center December 2, 3, 4, 5 Sponsored by The Quandel Group and Pyramid Construction Services

AUGUST: OSAGE COUNTY by Tracy Letts April 15 to May 8 2011 FLYING SOLO FESTIVAL A Singularly Sensational Event! Our 12th annual festival of solo performers June 2 to 25 THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett, Adapted by Wendy Kesselman at Whitaker Center March 12 & 13 Sponsored by Capital BlueCross



Hearts and Voices Raised in Song 2010 - 2011 Season

Dr. Robert Hart Baker, Music Director

Messiah Sing-along 3UNDAY $ECEMBER 0-ARKET3QUARE0RESBYTERIAN#HURCH (ARRISBURG &RIDAY $ECEMBER 03TRAND #APITOL0ERFORMING!RTS#ENTER 9ORK Sing with us on the choruses or simply enjoy listening

Holiday Cheer! 3UNDAY $ECEMBER 07HITAKER#ENTERFOR3CIENCEANDTHE!RTS Featuring Rutter Magnificat and much more

5th Annual Madrigal Dinner !PRIL ,OCATIONTOBEANNOUNCED

Of Faith and Fate 3UNDAY -AY 07HITAKER#ENTERFOR3CIENCEANDTHE!RTS Haydn Mass in Time of War plus Brahms and Kodรกly


Resident Company of Whitaker Center


The Wells Foundation

Est. 1895 Part of Musical History

Linda L. Tedford, Artistic Director, Founder & Conductor

2010â&#x20AC;&#x201C;2011 Season Annual Youth Choral Festival Sunday, November 21, 2010, The Forum, Harrisburg, 4:00 p.m. Candlelight Christmas Friday, December 17, 2010, Leffler Chapel, Elizabethtown, 8:00 p.m. Saturday, December 18, 2010, Market Square Presbyterian Church, Harrisburg, 8:00 p.m. Sunday, December 19, 2010, Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, Camp Hill, 4:00 p.m.

Legends Among Us Saturday, May 21, 2011, The Forum, Harrisburg, 7:00 p.m. Additional performances: The Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra La Boheme The Susquehanna Chorale, February 26 & 27, 2011 Symphony #3, Mahler The Susquehanna Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Chorale April 16 & 17, 2011 717-533-7859




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Classical Ballet Training... with Contemporary Vision

Pennsylvania Regional Ballet Sandra Carlino, Artistic Director Resident Ballet Company, Ned Smith Center for Nature & Arts Amphitheatre

December 4 & 5, 2010

June 11, 2011

featuring the Pennsylvania Regional Ballet Orchestra Scottish Rite Theatre Saturday 2:00 & 7:30; Sunday 2:00 PM

Rose Lehrman Arts Center/HACC 4:00 & 7:00 PM

The Nutcracker

March 19, 2011

Spring Gala Concert

Rose Lehrman Arts Center/HACC 7:30 PM


The Summer Concert

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February 25 & 26

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April 12 - 17

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March 10 & 11 Classic Film Series Somewhere in Time: February 13 A Tree Grows in Brooklyn: March 12 Saturday Night Fever: April 9

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Boston Brass Sat, Nov 20

Sat, Dec 18

Christmas Concert

With its high spirited, good- humored, pops-flavored classics done with inimitable flare, Boston Brass is a first rate musical grin machine.

These four gifted ladies perform a very special holiday concert that shows just why music was central to the bond of worship and celebration 1000 years ago, just as it is today.

Imani Winds Sat, Mar 5, 2011 Imani is Swahili for Faith. And that’s the perfect name for this gifted group dedicated to exploring the intersection of classical, folk, jazz & pop, in the passionate belief that music has no borders.

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The Complete Bartok String Quartets

performed by the Calder Quartet Fri, April 8 & Sat, April 9, 2011

Four players bursting at the seams one moment, and the next whispering with the rapture of the blest. Bela Bartók’s six string quartets indeed cast an unparalleled emotional net. Fortunately, we’ve secured the services of LA’s finest, the Calder String Quartet. When it comes to playing Bartók’s hyper-expressive, hyper-demanding masterworks, they’re absolutely perfect. Dinner and a Concert! Join us in the gallery adjacent to the hall for a scrumptious dinner buffet before each concert. Fantastic acoustics! Free Parking!

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Spring Fever!

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Popovich Comedy Pet Theater


The Improvised Shakespeare Co.

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