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M essage from the maestro Dear Friends, Season Eleven will be interesting and exciting enough on its own, but it also represents the beginning of our second decade of music-making in Johns Creek and North Metro Atlanta. Your support over these past ten seasons is much appreciated, and it is the primary reason for our success. Highlights for this season include the return of the JCSO String Quartet in a “Maestro and Friends” event, which also features guest commentator John Lemley; the Annual Christmas Gala and Holiday Pops with the full orchestra, Christmas Gala Chorus, and Atlanta’s favorite tenor, Timothy Miller; an expanded “Virtuoso Strings” concert that will be amazing; and a very special season finale, “The American Dream” with special guests Roger Wise, narrator, and Brent Davis, baritone. JCSO’s long-time executive director, Sue Haggerty, shifts her talents to lead our growing educational outreach program and we welcome a member of our clarinet section, Linda Brill, as our new executive director. The JCSO team is growing, and will be working hard to continue to support our exceptional musicians in delivering great music to our audiences throughout Season Eleven. I hope to see you at every JCSO event in 2017-18! Sincerely,

J. Wayne Baughman Music Director/Conductor

ABOUT THE JOHNS CREEK SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

Now in its eleventh season, the Johns Creek Symphony Orchestra is the City of Johns Creek and the North Metro Atlanta region’s only fully-professional, part-time symphonic orchestra, made up of professional musicians from all over the greater metro Atlanta area. The Johns Creek Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Founder and Music Director J. Wayne Baughman, provides musical enrichment for the community of Johns Creek through a three-concert series of performances, as well as additional educational programs and special events each year. 2017-2018 Season

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M eet the maestro JCSO Music Director and Conductor J. Wayne Baughman studied choral and orchestral conducting, earning undergraduate and graduate degrees in music education from the University of Alabama, as well as advanced studies in conducting at the University of Michigan. Upon his arrival in Atlanta in 1974, Maestro Baughman immediately became involved with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Choruses, and for 25 years he was a frequent vocal soloist, chorus member, and rehearsal conductor under the guidance of the late Robert Shaw. Well-known for his oratorio performances as bass soloist, he collaborated with Maestro Shaw on numerous performance projects, including the Mozart Requiem Mass, J.S. Bach’s St. John Passion, and Handel’s Messiah. In 1990, as bass soloist, Maestro Baughman shared the honor of a Grammy Award for the Telarc recording of Belshazzar’s Feast (Walton) and Chichester Psalms (Bernstein) with Robert Shaw and the ASO. Maestro Baughman has held conducting positions at the State University of New York at Cortland and Brevard Music Center. He also served as music director at Peachtree Christian Church in Atlanta for nine years, where his performances of major choral-orchestral works received critical acclaim. Maestro Baughman is recently retired from liturgical music.

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M usicians Johns Creek Symphony Orchestra J. Wayne Baughman, Music Director

Violin 1

Adelaide Federici, Concertmaster Pete Ciaschini Sally Gardner-Wilson Alison James Jeanne Johnson Angele Lawless Lisa Morrison Patrick Ryan Jessica Stinson Elonia Varfi Rafael Veytsblum

Violin 2

Tricia Anderson Holly Bryan David Edwards Bonnie Gartley Heather Hart Elizabeth Lamback LuAda Malcom Kim Padgett Sheri Peck Gerome Stewart Lee Taylor

Viola

Cindy Beard Kate Feltgen Rebecca Jones Floyd Cheree Mitchem Tracy Shealy Kristeen Sorrells Joli Wu

Cello

Harrison Cook Roy Harran Sarah Kapps Jessica Kornhoff Charae Krueger Meghan McGuire Erica Ransbottom

Piano

Deb Terning

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Bass

Lyn DeRamus David Goodwin Peter Hildebrandt Anna Huthmaker Todd Markey Miroslav Tubic

Flute / Piccolo

Kathy Farmer Molly Gareau Candace Keach Judith Klein Kelly Via Jim Zellers

Horn

Amy Black Alan Brown Joshua Crook Jay Hanselman Michelle Kelly David Lamm David McCurley

Trumpet

Doug Guice Patrick McAvoy John Morrison Paul Poovey Jonathan Swygert Yvonne Toll

Oboe

Pamela Holloway Erica Howard Kim Lorch Brian Lyons Rebecca Testerman

Clarinet / bass clarinet

Michael Bolick Linda Brill Staci Culbreth David Odom Sandy Wade John Warren

Trombone

Don Gardo Tom Gibson Hollie Lawing Louis Lugo Ed Nicholson Jim Wile

Tuba

Bill Pritchard Bernard Flythe

Timpani

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Debby Grove John Grove Mary Grybeck Carl Nitchie Connie Wells Dan Worley Shelly Unger

Scott Douglas Jerry Fields John Lawless Lisa Morris Scott Pollard

Percussion

Colin Agnew Chris Beville Chris Gravely Caleb Herron Karen Hunt Joel Morris

Harp

Monica Hargrave Julie Koenig Nella Rigell

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board of directors

Craig Carter President

Douglas Russ Vice President

William Abely Treasurer

Catherine Abely J. Wayne Baughman Kevin Brown Adelaide Federici Angela Harvey Kathleen Hoenig

Linda Johnson Kathleen Klotz Richard Loehn Lyman Louis Monte Nichols

Linda Brill Executive Director

Chantelle Carter ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

Sue Haggerty Director of Education Outreach

Johns Creek Symphony Orchestra, Inc. 11877 Douglas Road, Suite 102-294 Johns Creek, GA 30005 678-748-5802

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Special Recognition and thanks to our Season eleven Sponsors Funding for this program is provided by the Fulton County Board of Commissioners.

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The Johns Creek Symphony Orchestra Has a “Blast” with Kids! The kids jump up from their seats, laughing and pointing to the stage. Music fills the air and they are super excited. Are they at rock concert? (No, although the tuba player does have blue hair!) They are at a Johns Creek Symphony Orchestra (JCSO) performance, and they are having a ball.

Students at Wilson Creek Elementary School learn about music on Nov. 8, 2017.

Several times a season, the JCSO performs in elementary schools in and around the Johns Creek area, spreading the love of classical music in a fun, educational, and non-traditional way. No one is expected to stay quiet. The orchestra loves it when the audience claps at any time, and audience participation is encouraged. “Of all the concerts we do, these are my favorite,” remarked JCSO Music Director J. Wayne Baughman. “We are giving these children an experience they can’t get at school, and they are learning that classical music can be fun. They are our performers, supporters, and audience members of tomorrow. This is a critical mission.” At the present time, the JCSO has two performances that it presents in the schools. The “Meet the

Orchestra” performance introduces the young audience to the various instrument families of the orchestra with the guidance of a young emcee, Stan-the-Music-Man. First, Stan welcomes the maestro and the string performers, who introduce the kids to the instruments by playing a few 10-second excerpts of beautiful string-only music. This year the orchestra also featured a talented young 5th grade soloist named Elizabeth, who performed a movement of a Vivaldi concerto. Next, the woodwinds are brought in and introduced one by one, with short bits of music from each, from the Far East sound of the oboe to the grandfatherly bassoon. The brass enter next, demonstrating the louds and the softs, the jazzy and the outlandish. Suddenly, crashes and drum rolls sound from behind, and the kids jump up to see an entire percussion section marching down the aisle. What fun! The last instrumentist to join the stage is the harpist, who enthralls the room with lush waves of chords and shimmering curtains of sound. At the end, all the sections play together so the kids can hear what a complete orchestra sounds like. On November 8, 2017 the JCSO performed “Meet the Orchestra” at Wilson Creek Elementary School in Johns Creek. “Wilson Creek Elementary was thrilled to have the Johns Creek Symphony Orchestra present ‘Meet the Orchestra,’ ” said Music Specialist Leslie Morgan. “No matter the performance or theory level of my CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE

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  students, they all had something new away from the program.� they took For the following weeks, Mrs. Morgan continued to hear accolades from both students and teachers. “The musicians  were  top-notch,� she said.    The orchestra’s second educational outreach program, “Brass & Percussion Blast,� concentrates on the sections of the orchestra that the kids find most fascinating. In Johns Creek, we have found that many students already take lessons on string instruments, but it is rare to find a young student studying the wind and percussion instruments. This program focuses on the brass and percussion, the origins of these instruments, and demonstrations of repertoire that are unique to these families. Although the kids are entertained during the 50-minute concerts, there is a considerable educational component to the experience. Stan-the-MusicMan and Maestro J. Wayne Baughman explore music terminology, (such as the difference between staccato and legato), and discuss how instruments are constructed. The kids learn, for example, that a harp has pedals that    the pitch, and that  the  control per- Mcussion section is actually the largest section of the orchestra. The maestro





     even points out that, sadly, his baton makes no sound at all! The JCSO’s educational programs      are generally performed for elemen tary schoool students, who shortly will be deciding whether or not to play an instrument in their school’s band or orchestra program. If time allows, after  the  concert   the children are invited to meet the musicians, get a closer look at the instruments, and ask questions. While the JCSO would like to perform six or eight of these concerts every year, like all things, it is a factor of cost. Funding for the first performance of the season was generously provided by the Fulton County Board of Commissioners and Fulton County Arts and Culture. Another concert, location as yet to be determined, will take place in the spring of 2018, funded by World Financial Group/Transamerica Foundation Kent H. Davies, representing World Financial Group, was in attendance at the Wilson Creek Elementary School concert. “[The JCSO] steadfastly held the excited attention of 400 elementary students! Amazing! It was a fantastic morning seeing the Johns Creek Symphony Orchestra teaching, and performing with these students in Johns Creek. Maestro J. Wayne Baughman, Stan-the-Music-Man,    and the musicians gave them a once-in-a-lifetime event that they will never forget.�



























  

 

  

 

 

   

       











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The Johns Creek Symphony Orchestra gratefully acknowledges the generous financial support of the following: Conductor’s Circle $10,000 and above Fulton County Board of Commissioners Orchestra Circle $5,000 - $9,999 World Financial Group / Transamerica Foundation

Benefactor $2,000 - $4,999 William and Catherine Abely Emory Johns Creek Hospital Gwinnett Medical Center Duluth Harold and June Hodge Johns Creek Foundation Johns Creek-North Fulton Rotary Club Kathleen Klotz, MD Linda Mauldin Patron $1,000 - $1,999 Appen Media Group Scott and Jennifer Braynard Craig and Chantelle Carter Nancy Moses Brad and Patricia Raffensperger Doug Russ Donor $500 - $999 Davis & Langford CPA Gina Keane Irene Senter Supporter $250 - $499 Eric and Linda Brill Mike and Gerri Dunne Dianne Fahring

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CHOPIN SOCIETY OF ATLANTA Devoted to promoting Fryderyk Chopin’s music and advancing the understanding and appreciation of his legacy while engaging and inspiring youth from the Metro Atlanta area.

NEXT CONCERTS February 11, 2018 Roswell Cultural Arts Center

Sergei Babayan, Piano Recital

April 15, 2018 Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Hall

Rafal Blechacz, Piano Recital

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