MARLBORO MUSIC 2010 60th SEASON
Richard Goode & Mitsuko Uchida Artistic Directors
Marlboro Music INTERNATIONAL CENTER FOR DEVELOPING NEW MUSICAL LEADERS Welcome to Marlboro Music! We are delighted to share with you the special artistry, musical discoveries, and collaborative spirit of this unique community. This summer, our 60th on this Vermont hilltop, exceptional musicians from throughout the world have come to live,
study, and rehearse great chamber music together. Our weekend performances offer a sample of what Artistic Directors Richard Goode and Mitsuko Uchida, their distinguished colleagues, and our outstanding young participants have accomplished in the sustained musical interactions that occur only at Marlboro.
This dynamic community is made possible by the dedication and talents of our senior artists, and through your interest and generosity. We thank you for your participation and support, and we look forward to enjoying the 2010 Season with you.
(from left) Kyle Armbrust, Charles Neidich, Philip Kramp, Steven Dibner, Jonathan Chu 1
Marlboro Participants Piano Luis Batlle Jonathan Biss Gabriele Carcano Richard Goode Kuok-wai Lio Pallavi Mahidhara Matan Porat Cynthia Raim Thomas Sauer Ignat Solzhenitsyn Mitsuko Uchida Amy Jiaqi Yang
(from left) Korbinian Altenberger, Richard Goode, Paul Wiancko
Violin Benjamin Beilman Vera Beths Lucy Chapman Ying Fu Liana Gourdjia Bella Hristova Soovin Kim Yvonne Lam Joseph Lin Joel Link David McCarroll Dina Nesterenko Miho Saegusa Robin Scott Arnold Steinhardt Elena Urioste
Tien-Hsin Cindy Wu Hiroko Yajima
Viola Kyle Armbrust Hélène Clément Emily Deans Luke Fleming Kim Kashkashian Rachel Ku Dimitri Murrath Milena Pajaro-van de Stadt Vicki Powell Samuel Rhodes Michael Tree Geraldine Walther
Harp Sivan Magen
Cello Bronwyn Banerdt Marie-Elisabeth Hecker Andrew Janss Paul Katz Angela Park Marcy Rosen Judith Serkin Peter Stumpf Saeunn Thorsteinsdottir Paul Wiancko Peter Wiley Matthew Zalkind
Harpsichord Kenneth Cooper Flute Jasmine Choi Marina Piccinini Joshua Smith Oboe Hassan Anderson Nathan Hughes Frank Rosenwein Clarinet Sarah Beaty Moran Katz Anthony McGill Charles Neidich Bassoon Natalya Rose Vrbsky William Winstead
Horn Jill Bartels Benjamin Jaber Radovan Vlatkovic´ Voice Kiera Duffy Susanna Phillips Sarah Shafer Jennifer Johnson Jazimina MacNeil Nicholas Phan Karim Sulayman James Barbato John Moore Nathaniel Webster Vocal Program Lydia Brown Martin Isepp Ken Noda Irene Spiegelman Benita Valente Archives/Translations Philipp Naegele Wind Repertoire/ Auditions Rudolph Vrbsky
School & Festival Staff
Stephen Stamas President & Chairman of the Board Scarsdale, New York
Richard Goode, Mitsuko Uchida Artistic Directors Anthony Checchia, Frank Salomon Administrators Philip Maneval Manager Jennifer Loux Admissions Director Tessa Chermiset, Ben Davis Festival Operations and Musicians from Marlboro Manager Jacob Smith Development and Special Projects Director Marianne Tierney Business Manager Diane Makofka Box Office Manager
Summer Staff Alisa Belzer, Miles Cohen Scheduling Directors Koji Otsuki Librarian Mark Shuldiner Assistant Librarian David White Administrative/Projects Associate Tom Luekens, Paul Zinman Recording Engineers
Noriko Okabe Assistant Recording Engineer Emma Dayhuff, Sean Mair Recording Interns Ninin Bloom, Christine Lanza Hospitality Karen Kloster Head Stage Manager Matt Densing, Chris Rose Stage Crew Liz Baker, Joel Bernache Michael Disque, John Dwyer Alex Markovi´c Piano Technicians David Williamson Director of Food Services Peter Checchia, Allen Cohen Photography Brittany Bartley Photography Assistant Hannah Riley, Elena Weissman Receptionists Danielle Bowen, Tom Csatari Douglas Didyoung, Yuji Kano Sophia Karwowski, Matija Vlatkovi´c Clinton J. Waterman Operations Staff
Addresses Marlboro Music 1616 Walnut Street, Suite 1600 Philadelphia, PA 19103 Phone: (215) 569-4690 Fax: (215) 569-9497 email@example.com Marlboro Music 121 West 27th Street, Suite 703 New York, NY 10001 Phone: (212) 581-5197 Fax: (212) 581-4029 (June 15 – August 15) Marlboro Music P. O. Box K Marlboro, VT 05344 Phone: (802) 254-2394 Fax: (802) 254-4307 firstname.lastname@example.org
Jerry G. Rubenstein Vice President Gladwyne, Pennsylvania Christopher Serkin Vice President Brooklyn, New York H. Arnold Steinberg Vice President & Treasurer Montréal, Canada Susan S. Rai Clerk Great Neck, New York Peter A. Benoliel St. Davids, Pennsylvania Barbara H. Block New York, New York Eileen T. Cline Louisville, Colorado Arthur H. Copeland Jacksonville, Vermont Mary Maples Dunn Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Barbara E. Field New York, New York
Corey Field Los Angeles, California
Lester S. Morse, Jr. New York, New York
Barbara Winter Glauber Brookline, Massachusetts
Maurice M. Pechet Cambridge, Massachusetts
Hanna H. Gray Chicago, Illinois
William H. Roberts Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Alan R. Hirsig Haverford, Pennsylvania
Angelica Zander Rudenstine New York, New York
Carol Colburn Høgel Edinburgh, Scotland
Anne-Marie Soullière Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts
Marta Casals Istomin Washington, D.C.
Harvey S. Traison Pompano Beach, Florida
Robert W. Jones Greenwich, Connecticut Maximilian W. Kempner South Royalton, Vermont Richard C. Lewontin Cambridge, Massachusetts
Trustees Emeriti Herbert Ashe Adele R. Moskovitz Lachlan Pitcairn Margaret R. Spanel Paul J. Vignos, Jr.
Carla E. Lynton Brookline, Massachusetts Sylvia Marx Greenwich, Connecticut Elizabeth Meyer Newport, Rhode Island
Administrators Anthony Checchia Frank Salomon Philip Maneval
Phyllis J. Mills New York, New York 5
Developing New Musical Leaders A Dynamic Community At Marlboro, master artists and leading young professional musicians from around the world, together with family members and staff, create an exciting and diverse cultural community. They share music, seminars, meals, and social activities, inspiring and learning from one another and developing life-long relationships.
In-Depth Collaborations Several innovative concepts, developed at Marlboro, guide the musical program: rather than coaching an ensemble, senior artists actually play together with their younger colleagues creating an inspiring musical dynamic. The participants themselves select the repertoire they rehearse and continue working together for as long as they wish, thus achieving the kind of in-depth results that are rarely possible elsewhere. Exceptional professional musicians in their 20s play with Marlboro’s Artistic Directors and other esteemed chamber music and concert artists, drawing directly on the experience, insights, and passions of their senior colleagues and peers.
A Richly Diverse Repertoire
Sharing Its Art with the Public
Marlboro participants gain invaluable new perspectives by working with artists of varied points of view and diverse backgrounds, and have the unique opportunity of unlimited rehearsal time. They explore chamber music masterworks, rarelyheard works, compositions with unusual instrumentation, varied contemporary styles and new music — often under the guidance of distinguished resident composers. Last season alone, Marlboro participants rehearsed some 234 works by more than 60 composers — from Giacomo Carissimi to Sebastian Currier.
After an initial three weeks of intensive musical collaborations, Marlboro artists share what they have achieved in the opening weekend concerts. Musicians recommend for performance — usually just a week in advance — those groups that have achieved especially compelling results. The performances provide the participating artists with an outlet for their intensive studies and give audiences a chance to experience their discoveries. While the concerts include less than a quarter of the works explored each summer, they convey the dedication to excellence and joyous music-making of the entire Marlboro community.
Extended Learning Opportunities Various seminars and workshops on music, literature, visual art, and film, some led by international guest artists, enhance the Marlboro experience. These events, and the daily musical and social interactions, help participants to broaden their cultural understanding and develop their own artistic perspectives.
(from left) Mitsuko Uchida, Saeunn Thorsteinsdottir, Hye-Jin Kim
A Brief Background For nearly six decades, Marlboro has profoundly influenced the world of chamber music and the development of generations of musical leaders. When pianist Rudolf Serkin, violinist Adolf Busch, and colleagues Herman Busch and Marcel, Blanche, and Louis Moyse, founded Marlboro in 1951, they envisioned a chamber music retreat where exceptional musicians could rehearse and explore their art together intensively, without distractions or performance requirements. Serkin, Marlboro’s Artistic Director until his death in 1991, described it as a place where, “you find this complete lack of selfishness, this coming together of musicians from all countries and all backgrounds,” with a “dedication to the composer and his music rather than to the performer’s glory.”
Over the years, many renowned musicians, attracted by Marlboro’s high standards and unique ideals, have taken time from their professional activities to participate. Along with the founders, this included legendary cellist Pablo Casals, who attended for thirteen seasons from 1960-1973, leading master classes and orchestral performances — many of which are preserved by Sony Classical and the Marlboro Recording Society. Violinist Alexander “Sasha” Schneider and his brother, cellist Mischa Schneider of the Budapest String Quartet, played a key role over the years, as did violinists Felix Galimir, Isidore Cohen, and Sándor Végh; cellists Madeline Foley, Siegfried Palm and David Soyer; pianist Mieczyslaw Horszowski; and many more.
The inspiration provided by these and other great artists was evident early on. Since the Guarneri String Quartet formed at Marlboro in 1964, Marlboro artists have founded or joined such outstanding ensembles as the Brentano, Cleveland, Emerson, Johannes, Juilliard, Mendelssohn, Orion, St Lawrence, Takács, Tokyo, and Vermeer Quartets; the Beaux Arts, Eroica, KalichsteinLaredo-Robinson, and Mannes Trios; TASHI; and many festivals and series, including the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center. This trend is continuing, with younger Marlboro artists taking their place at the forefront of all areas of the music world. Today, under the leadership of Artistic Directors Richard Goode and Mitsuko Uchida, and their distinguished senior artist colleagues, Marlboro continues to serve music, to inspire and develop new generations of musical leaders, and to enrich audiences.
LEFT (from left) Franklin Cohen, Arnold Steinhardt, Korbinian Altenberger, Luke Fleming, Joseph Gramley, Zachary Cohen, Judith Serkin, Yoobin Son, Rudolph Vrbsky, Tristan Rennie, Radovan Vlatkovic, Benjamin Jaber, Hugo Moreno 9
A Vast Chamber Music Repertoire Each season, Marlboro’s participating musicians explore a rich diversity of chamber music works, including new music by resident and other living composers. During the 2009 Season alone, Marlboro artists rehearsed 234 works by the following 64 composers, only 15% of which were heard in the weekend public performances: Stephen Albert
Johann Sebastian Bach
Ludwig van Beethoven
Franz Joseph Haydn
Georg Philipp Telemann
Ralph Vaughan Williams
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Carl Maria von Weber
Peter Maxwell Davies
Jan Dismas Zelenka
(from left) Sarah Kapustin, Arnold Steinhardt
Summer 2010 Summer Concert Schedule Schedule of concerts in Dorothy G. and Henry Z. Persons Auditorium Friday, July 16 – 8:30 pm Saturday, July 17 – 8:30 pm Sunday, July 18 – 2:30 pm
Publications Three special publications are available for sale from Marlboro Music. All proceeds benefit the Marlboro Fellowship Fund.
Saturday, July 24 – 8:30 pm Sunday, July 25 – 2:30 pm
Complete Marlboro Concert Programs
Saturday, July 31 – 8:30 pm Sunday, August 1 – 2:30 pm
Marlboro Music: Collected Concert Programs 1951-2000 is available in a three-volume hard cover set and on CD ROM. A comprehensive guide to the chamber music literature, the volume contains extensive indices by composer/ work, and participating musician. It includes the timings of many works, and a listing of works by instrumental/ vocal combination.
Saturday, August 7 – 8:30 pm Sunday, August 8 – 2:30 pm Friday, August 13 – 8:30 pm Saturday, August 14 – 8:30 pm Sunday, August 15 – 2:30 pm
Please join us for our Annual Concert benefiting Town Organizations on Friday, August 6, 8:30 pm in the Dining Hall.
Historic Marlboro Photographs Espressivo: Music and Life at Marlboro is a 144-page volume with over 200 historic photographs taken at Marlboro by 20 photographers, commentary from participating musicians, and excerpts of articles from major periodicals. It is a unique and compelling look at this idealistic community, and at some of the central artistic figures from Marlboro’s past.
German Vocal Texts in Translation: An Anthology by Philipp Naegele A useful reference book which includes translations of the many lieder and vocal chamber music works studied at Marlboro. Augmented and edited for this anthology, it includes texts from the Renaissance to the 20th Century, and compositions from the Baroque to our time.
(from left) Tim Fain, Tien-Hsin Cindy Wu, Michael Tree, Peter Myers 13
Thanks for Six Decades in Vermont In this, our 60th Season, we express sincere gratitude to our Marlboro and Vermont neighbors for sharing this incredibly beautiful part of the world with us and for making us feel so welcome each summer. Our admission-free concert for the community on Friday, July 16th, is a small token of our appreciation. This is a community and state that we love and treasure — some of us have even bought houses in the area, and have met our spouses and raised our children here.
To President Ellen McCulloch Lovell and all our friends at Marlboro College, we give special thanks for sharing their beautiful Potash Hill campus with us for two months each summer. It was the College’s founder, Walter Hendricks, who first encouraged Adolf Busch and Rudolf Serkin to realize at the College their dream of a musical community that would be a large and nurturing family, sharing artistic and life experiences. It has been a truly remarkable partnership between our institutions — and here we are, 60 years
Musicians from Marlboro later, as close to one another as ever and valuing deeply this continuing relationship. Pablo Casals would often relate music, in its infinite variety, to nature. For six decades, the beauty of this setting and the Vermont countryside have inspired and illuminated our music-making. For all this and for the many friends we have made, we offer our deep appreciation and gratitude as we look forward to the next sixty years. Annual Taplin Farm Picnic
“DISCOVERY” is the word that best describes Musicians from Marlboro, the four touring ensembles — newly created each season — that travel nationwide to share the music-making heard each summer in Vermont. Discovering some of the world’s most exciting young musicians on the brink of important careers has delighted Musicians from Marlboro audiences from New York to California for over forty years. Among such artists “discovered” long before they became widely-known are many of today’s leading soloists; members of such acclaimed ensembles as the Brentano, Johannes, Emerson, Guarneri, Juilliard,
Next Generation Society
Mendelssohn, St Lawrence, Tokyo, and Ying Quartets, as well as the Beaux Arts, Eroica, and Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson Trios; and many principals of major symphony orchestras. Musicians from Marlboro programs — drawn from some of the most compelling performances in recent summers — are special in providing a great variety of repertoire. They offer audiences the chance to discover seldom-heard masterworks as well as fresh interpretations of chamber music favorites featuring a wonderful mix of piano, strings, woodwinds, and voice. The tours also provide an invaluable musical and professional experience for artists at the beginning of their careers — often their first
opportunity to perform the same repertoire multiple times, which allows their interpretations to grow over a two-week period. Aside from their instrumental talent, thorough musical preparation, and the special synergy between master and exceptional young artist, what makes Musicians from Marlboro performances so compelling was captured by one critic:
“Everything was infused with great and radiant joy, the pure joy of making music.”— The New York Times
(from left) Tien-Hsin Cindy Wu, Matan Porat, Peter Wiley, Beth Guterman
Through the Next Generation Society, groups of young people (mostly in their 20s, 30s and 40s) enjoy introductory ticket prices to the Musicians from Marlboro concerts at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, as well as free admission to the Museum. There are also occasional “house concerts” and special summer weekends in Vermont. For information, please contact email@example.com 14
Musicians from Marlboro 2010-2011 Season Four different touring ensembles will bring the spirit of Marlboro music-making to cities across the U.S. during the coming winter season.
Respighi Dvorˇák Cuckson* Mozart
Il Tramonto: Poemetto Lirico Two Waltzes, Opus 54, B.105 Der gayst funem shturem Quintet in A Major for Clarinet & Strings, K.581
APRIL Mendelssohn Mozart Schubert Shostakovich
String Quartet in A minor Songs: Abendempfindung, K.523 An Chloe, K.524 Lieder: Nachtstück, D.672b Wanderers Nachtlied, D.768 Rastlose Liebe, D.138 Piano Quintet in G minor, Op. 57
APRIL (National Tour)
Janácˇek Mozart Mendelssohn
String Quartet No. 1 (“Kreutzer Sonata”) String Quintet in E-flat Major, K. 614 Octet in E-flat Major, Opus 20
Mozart Haydn Dvorˇák
String Quintet in C Major, K.515 String Quartet in C minor, Op. 17, No.4 String Quintet in E-flat Major, Op. 97, B.180
MUSICIANS FROM MARLBORO concert series will be presented in PHILADELPHIA, PA Perelman Theater, Kimmel Center October 28 Independence Seaport Museum April 5 American Philosophical Society May 4
NEW YORK CITY Metropolitan Museum of Art October 29, April 8, May 6
WASHINGTON, DC Freer Gallery of Art October 26, April 7, May 5
GREENWICH, CT Greenwich Library October 30, April 3, May 8
BOSTON, MA Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum October 24, April 10, May 1
MUSICIANS FROM MARLBORO concerts will also be presented in HIGHLAND PARK, IL
SANTA MONICA, CA
Ravinia “Rising Star” Series October 22
The Broad Stage April 4
Kleinhans Hall May 3
Phoenix Chamber Music Society April 1
Philharmonic Society of Orange County April 5
SAN JOSE, CA
San Jose Chamber Music Society April 3
The Royal Conservatory’s Mazzoleni Hall April 9
For further details, please see series subscription flyers in the lobby of Persons Auditorium, or visit our website at www.marlboromusic.org.
RIGHT (from left) Judith Serkin, Yura Lee, Veronika Eberle, Benjamin Beilman, Beth Guterman 16
MaRLBORO THROUGH THE YEARS A.
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(all names listed from left to right) A. Jaime Laredo, Michael Tree B. Soovin Kim, Philipp Naegele, Demarre McGill, Katherine Needleman C. Mischa Schneider, Yuzuko Horigome, Rudolf Serkin D. Felix Galimir, MieczysĹ‚aw Horszowski, Marcy Rosen E. Blanche Moyse, Marcel Moyse F. Pablo Casals, Michael Grebanier G. Jaime Laredo, Alexander Schneider, Michael Tree, David Soyer, Julius Levine, Myron Bloom, Gerald Corey, Harold Wright
Recordings Many outstanding historic Marlboro performances have been preserved on over fifty releases. These include lesser-known chamber works not widely available, masterworks of the repertoire, and orchestral performances led by Pablo Casals. Several of these recordings on Sony Classical, Bridge Records, and the Marlboro Recording Society are available for sale. On the following pages is a discography of available recordings, with catalog numbers (SMK = Sony Classical; MRS, MRSC = Marlboro Recording Society). For a complete discography, please stop by the reception desk. BACH The Six Brandenburg Concertos Marlboro Festival Orchestra conducted by Pablo Casals. SMK 46253, SMK 46254 (C/CD) Fourteen Canons On The First Eight Notes Of The Aria Ground From “The Goldberg Variations,” BWV 1087 Felix Galimir, Eugene Drucker, Yukiko Kamei, Gregory Fulkerson, Isidore Cohen, Naoko Tanaka, Lynn Horner, Roland Greutter, Philipp Naegele, Steven Ansell, Irene Serkin, Caroline Levine, Johannes Goritzki, Timothy Eddy, Peter Rejto, Marc Marder, Julia Bogorad, Rudolph Vrbsky, Michael Rosenberg, Alexander Heller, Christopher Millard, Rudolf Serkin. SMK 45892 (C/CD), MRSC 1 (C) Orchestral Suite No. 1 Marlboro Festival Orchestra conducted by Pablo Casals. SMK 46253 (C/CD) Orchestral Suites Nos. 2 & 3 Marlboro Festival Orchestra conducted by Pablo Casals. SMK 45892 (C/CD)
Orchestral Suite No. 4 Marlboro Festival Orchestra conducted by Pablo Casals. SMK 46254 (C/CD) BARBER Summer Music for Woodwind Quintet, Op. 31 Susan Rotholz, Elaine Douvas, Joaquin Valdepeñas, Stefanie Przybylska, Robin Graham. SMK 46250 (CD), MRS 15 (LP/C)
BARTÓK Divertimento for String Orchestra The Marlboro Festival Strings conducted by Sándor Végh. BRIDGE 9108A/B (CD) BEETHOVEN Quartet in C Major, No. 3 (WoO 36) Rudolf Serkin, Felix Galimir, Nobuko Imai, Nathaniel Rosen. MRSC 6 (C)
(from left) Lydia Brown, Veronika Eberle, Joseph Lin, Nicholas Phan, Dane Johansen, Luke Fleming
Quintet for Piano & Winds, Op. 16 Rudolf Serkin, Rudolph Vrbsky, Richard Stoltzman, Alexander Heller, Robert Routch. SMK 47296 (CD)
Trio in B-flat Major, Op. 11 Rudolf Serkin, Richard Stoltzman, Alain Meunier. SMK 47296 (CD)
Symphony No. 7 in A Major, Op. 92 Marlboro Festival Orchestra conducted by Pablo Casals. 45893 (C/CD)
Trio in C Major, Op. 87 John Mack, Joseph Turner, Patricia Grignet. MRSC 4 (C)
Symphony No. 8 in F Major, Op. 93 Marlboro Festival Orchestra conducted by Pablo Casals. SMK 45893 (C/CD) Three Marches for Piano, Four Hands, Op. 45 Cecile Licad, Mieczyslaw Horszowski. BRIDGE 9108A/B (CD)
Trio in G Major, Op. 9, No. 1 Isidore Cohen, Nobuko Imai, Nathaniel Rosen. MRSC 6 (C) Variations in E-flat Major, Op. 44 Hidetaro Suzuki, Ronald Leonard, Rudolf Serkin. MRSC 4 (C) Variations in G Major, Op. 121A Yuzuko Horigome, Peter Wiley, Rudolf Serkin. SMK 47296 (CD), MRS 14 (LP/C)
BOCCHERINI Quintet in E Minor for Guitar & Strings, G. 451 David Starobin, Pina Carmirelli, Philip Setzer, Philipp Naegele, Peter Wiley. MRSC 10 (C) BRAHMS Sextet in G Major, Op. 36 Pina Carmirelli, Jon Toth, Philipp Naegele, Caroline Levine, Fortunato Arico, Dorothy Reichenberger. SMK 46249 (C/CD) Trio in E-flat Major for Piano, Violin & Horn, Op. 40 Rudolf Serkin, Michael Tree, Myron Bloom. SMK 46249 (C/CD)
BUSCH Divertimento for 13 Solo Instruments, Op. 30 Isidore Cohen, Irene Serkin, Caroline Levine, Robie Brown Dan, Carolyn Davis, Odile Renault, Rudolph Vrbsky, Cheryl Hill, Stefanie Przybylska, Robin Graham, Stewart Rose, Henry Nowak, Neil Grover. Conducted by Sol Schoenbach. MRS 14 (LP/C) HINDEMITH Octet for Winds and Strings Theresa Tunnicliff, Patricia Rogers, Victoria Eisen, Todd Phillips, Paul Neubauer, Toby Hoffman, Siegfried Palm, Gail Kruvand. SMK 46250 (C/CD), MRS (LP/C) KIRCHNER Duo No. 2 Ida Levin, Jeremy Denk. BRIDGE 9203 (CD) KURTÁG Hommage à Mihály András, Microludes for String Quartet, Op. 13 Robert Waters, Catherine Szepes, Jessica Troy, Siegfried Palm. BRIDGE 9108A/B (CD) Quintet for Winds, Op. 2 Tanya Dusevic, Rudolph Vrbsky, Michael Rusinek, Marc Goldberg, Sarah Dussing. BRIDGE 9108A/B (CD) LIGETI String Quartet No. 1 (Métamorphoses nocturnes) Soovin Kim, Catherine Cho, Kirsten Johnson, Siegfried Palm. BRIDGE 9108A/B (CD) MENDELSSOHN Octet in E-flat Major, Op. 20 Jaime Laredo, Alexander Schneider, Arnold Steinhardt, John Dalley, Michael Tree, Samuel Rhodes, Leslie Parnas, David Soyer. SMK 46251 (CD) 22
String Quartet in A Minor, Op. 13 Lisa-Beth Lambert, Hiroko Yajima, Annemarie Moorcroft, Sophie Shao. BRIDGE 9108A/B (CD) Symphony No. 4 in A Major, “Italian” Marlboro Festival Orchestra conducted by Pablo Casals. SMK 46251 (CD) MOZART Clarinet Quintet in A Major, K. 581 Harold Wright, Alexander Schneider, Isidore Cohen, Samuel Rhodes, Leslie Parnas. SMK 46252 (CD)
Mélodies Populaires Grecques Sanford Sylvan, Alice Giles. MRS 16 (LP/C) SCHOENBERG Chamber Symphony No. 1, Op. 9 Felix Galimir, Sarah Kwak, James Dunham, John Sharp, Carolyn Davis, Odile Renault, Rudolph Vrbsky, Robbie Lynn Hunsinger, Cheryl Hill, Steven Jackson, Kenneth Radnofsky, Patricia Rogers, Donald MacCourt, Stewart Rose, Victoria Eisen. MRS 16 (LP/C)
Concerto No. 10 in E-flat Major for Two Pianos, K. 365 Rudolf Serkin, Peter Serkin, Marlboro Festival Orchestra conducted by Alexander Schneider. SMK 46255 (CD)
SCHUBERT Introduction and Variations on “Ihr Blumlein alle,” D. 802, Op. post. 160 Paula Robison, Rudolf Serkin. BRIDGE 9203 (CD)
Concerto No. 12 in A Major, K. 414 Rudolf Serkin, Marlboro Festival Orchestra conducted by Alexander Schneider. SMK 46255 (CD)
Quintet in A Major, Op. 114, “Trout” Rudolf Serkin, Jaime Laredo, Philipp Naegele, Leslie Parnas, Julius Levine. SMK 46252 (CD)
Piano Trio in B-flat Major, K. 502 Rudolf Serkin, Jaime Laredo, Madeline Foley. SMK 46255 (CD)
Quintet in C Major, Op. 163, D. 956 Pamela Frank, Felix Galimir, Steven Tenenbom, Peter Wiley, Julia Lichten. SMK 45901 (CD), MRSC 17 (C) The Shepherd on the Rock, Op. 129 Benita Valente, Harold Wright, Rudolf Serkin (1960 performance). SMK 45901, SBK 48176 (CD) The Shepherd on the Rock, Op. 129 Benita Valente, Harold Wright, Rudolf Serkin (1969 performance). BRIDGE 9108A/B (CD) VERDI String Quartet in E Minor Pina Carmirelli, Endre Granat, Martha Strongin Katz, Ronald Leonard. BRIDGE 9108A/B (CD) WEBER Clarinet Quintet in B-flat Major, Op. 34 Harold Wright, Vera Beths, Mari Tsumura, Philipp Naegele, Jeffrey Solow. MRSC 5 (C)
(from left) David McCarroll, Vera Beths, Bronwyn Banerdt, Jonathan Chu
Sonata in B-flat Major For Bassoon and Cello, K. 292 Alexander Heller, Yo-Yo Ma. MRSC 10 (C) NIELSEN Woodwind Quintet, Op. 43 Paula Robison, Joseph Turner, Larry Combs, William Winstead, Richard Solis. SMK 46250 (CD), MRSC 5 (C) PROKOFIEV Sonata for Two Violins in C Major, Op. 56 Daniel Phillips, Peter Zazofsky. BRIDGE 9203 (CD) RAVEL Chansons Madécasses Katherine Ciesinski, Judith Mendenhall, Paul Tobias, Luis Batlle. MRSC 10 (C) 23
D. A. B. E. C. F.
G. H. I.
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(all names listed from left to right) A. William Winstead, Joshua Smith B. Ken Noda, Benita Valente C. Bruno Canino, Richard Goode, Luis Battle, Philipp Naegele D. Jonathan Biss, David Bowlin, Marcy Rosen E. Sharon Roffman, Ieva Jokubaviciuate, Peter Stumpf F. Bella Hristova, Cynthia Raim, Dane Johansen G. Yonah Zur, Yvonne Lam, Korbinian Altenberger H. Kim Kashkashian, Jennifer Koh I. Marina Piccinini, Lei Xu J. Martin Isepp, Amy J. Yang, William Ferguson K. Michael Nicholas, Lucy Chapman, Diane Cohen, Yu Jin Zhou L. Scott St. John, Hiroko Yajima
Marlboro is a cooperative in the best sense of the word, and the spirit of generosity that illuminates the whole community comes from the musicians, trustees, staff, and friends whose financial support helps to make it all possible.
We express sincere thanks to:
We are grateful to all who have provided annual support this year. Annual gifts, Endowment Fellowship Funds, incomeproducing annuities, and bequests all play a vital role in sustaining Marlboro Music today and in the years ahead.
Ms. Ellen McCulloch-Lovell, President; the Board of Trustees; Dan Cotter, Director of Plant and Operations of Marlboro College; and the entire Marlboro College community for their cooperation and help, and their kind hospitality each summer.
“Extraordinary...rising stars and music legends play side by side” — The New York Times
National Endowment for the Arts for its Special Projects support.
Steinway & Sons for providing to Marlboro Music so many outstanding pianos each summer.
Canadian Friends of Marlboro Music for its generous continuing support. The Alexander Schneider Foundation for its generous, five-year matching grant support in honor of Marlboro’s upcoming 60th Anniversary in 2011. Robert and Barbara Glauber, Elizabeth Meyer and Michael McCaffrey, and The Island Fund in the New York Community Trust for their special generosity. Mrs. Mary Heller for her thoughtful loan of two fine violins to Marlboro Music. Mr. Ken Noda and Mrs. Waldo Jones for their kind gifts of Steinway grand pianos. The family, friends and colleagues of David Soyer for their gifts in his memory. Dr. Maurice M. Pechet and the Maurice Pechet Foundation for support of the Faren Pechet Endowment Fellowship Fund.
Dr. Günes¸ N. Ege for her special generosity in creating an Endowment Fund to underwrite a Musicians From Marlboro tour concert in Toronto each season. Sylvia and Leonard Marx for generously underwriting the three Musicians from Marlboro concerts at the Greenwich (CT) Library for the 2010-2011 season. Mr. Herbert J. Ashe for his generosity in establishing and supporting the “Herbert and Ilsa Ashe Musicians From Marlboro Fund.” Joan and Peter C. Andrews for their generosity in underwriting an annual Musicians From Marlboro performance in the Buffalo (NY) Chamber Music Society series for five years. Hilde Limondjian, who, as Director of Concerts & Lectures at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, has been a warm and devoted friend for over forty years presenting generations of Marlboro artists in the Musicians from Marlboro series and in the other presitgious and innovative series that she created. Mr. Steven Riskind for his work and guidance on Marlboro’s archival database project, and Ms. Freddie Hart for her kind volunteer help each season. Jim Crosson, Lynne Darcy, Carol Faris, Lucy Gratwick, Bradford Kochel, Jane Lenel, Guy Ostertag, June Schneider, Jane Southworth and Edith Thomas for their kind volunteer assistance. Sylvia and Leonard Marx and Allen Cohen for their gracious hospitality in connection with the Musicians From Marlboro tours.
Mrs. Frank E. Taplin, Jr. for her special generosity, hospitality and friendship. T. Wilson and Jill Hulme for their kind hospitality. Dr. Martina Sczesny and Dr. Robert Tortolani for their services as school physicians, and to the Community Health Plan/Brattleboro Health Center for providing health services to the Marlboro Music community. ExxonMobil Foundation; J. Paul Getty Trust; Goldman, Sachs & Co.; Houghton Mifflin; IBM Corporation; INA Trust; Freddie Mac Foundation; Andrew W. Mellon Foundation; Merck and Co.; The Nasher Foundation; the Open Society Institute; and the Packard Humanities Institute for their matching grants. The Argosy Foundation for establishing an Endowment Fellowship Fund to provide support for the Composer-in-Residence program. The late André A. Aisenstadt for his generous bequest providing support for the Endowment Fund and to establish the “André A. and Niussia Aisenstadt Recording Fund.” Marlboro also gratefully acknowledges bequests from the estates of Leon Kirchner and Jean Spitzer.
The children of Eugene and Mary Bradley Meyer have established a special fund in their parents’ honor, which is part of our Endowment and is known as “The Eugene and Mary Bradley Meyer Participant Endowment Fellowships Fund, given by their children Elizabeth Meyer, Bradley Meyer and Anne Meyer.” 27
Annual Giving Program
Mr. and Mrs. Peter C. Andrews Mr. Herbert J. Ashe Mr. Ken Banta Drs. Philippine M. and Daniel Berkenblit The Berner Family Mr. Anthony Berner Mr. and Mrs. James A. Block Harvi T. and Robert H. Bloom Borletti-Buitoni Trust, in honor of Mitsuko Uchida Nancy Chang and Daniel Rossner Colburn Foundation Dr. Günes¸ N. Egˇe-Akter Freddie Mac Foundation The Ann and Gordon Getty Foundation Barbara and Robert Glauber Hecht-Levi Foundation Alan and Nancy Hirsig Carol Colburn Høgel The Island Fund in the New York Community Trust Mr. Robert W. Jones Mr. Richard H. Levi Mrs. Carla E. Lynton Nina Dimoglou and Pierre D. Martinet Leonard and Sylvia Marx, in honor of Dinny and Lester Morse Elizabeth Meyer and Michael McCaffrey Mr. and Mrs. Lester S. Morse, Jr. Mrs. Irving Moskovitz, in memory of Irving Moskovitz National Endowment for the Arts New Heritage Music Foundation Open Society Institute Dr. Maurice M. Pechet Susan and Elihu Rose Foundation Bernice and Jerry G. Rubenstein Angelica and Neil Rudenstine Alexander Schneider Foundation Elaine and Stephen Stamas Mr. and Mrs. H. Arnold Steinberg Steinway & Sons Mrs. Frank E. Taplin Carolyn King and Thomas Tarpey
Mr. Michael Basta Willo Carey and Peter A. Benoliel Hanna H. and Charles M. Gray Judith and Richard Hurtig Wolf and Emily Mason Kahn Mrs. Adele R. Moskovitz Susan and Kanti Rai Angelica and Neil Rudenstine, in memory of David Soyer Janet and Robert Wittes Dr. Peter Zuromskis
ANNUAL BENEFACTORS Ms. Margaret S.G. Cooke Lynda and Arthur Copeland Mr. Joseph A. Davenport, III Ms. Fiona M. Fein Sylvia Howard Fuhrman Ramie Targoff and Stephen J. Greenblatt Janet Clough and Ara Guzelimian Dr. Martin C.E Huber Jewish Community Foundation of Montreal Miss Sheila Keats, in memory of Irving Moskovitz Mrs. Andrea Klepetar-Fallek Mrs. Frederick Kunreuther Sue-Ellen and Bardin Levavy, in memory of Irving Moskovitz and James B. Boskey Andrew Mellon Foundation William H. Roberts, Esq. Trudy and Richard Schultz Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Segal Mrs. Carol O. Selle Drs. Dorienne and George Sorter Mrs. Margaret R. Spanel Julia and Lauren Stiles Alice and Richard S. Thall Mr. Harvey S. Traison Mr. David W. White
ANNUAL FELLOWS Mr. William N. Banks, Jr. Mary Maples and Richard Dunn Miss Hanna Eichwald
Andrea and Peter Feig Dr. Eleanor C. Kane Maximilian W. Kempner, Esq. Rita and David C. Knapp Mr. Woodrow Leung Jan and Daniel R. Lewis Mary Jane and Richard C. Lewontin Cesare and Irena Lombroso Mary and Steven Riskind Ms. Luisa Saffiotti, in memory of Paola Saffiotti and Nair Piccinini Max Y. Seaton Memorial Trust Mr. Chalmers Smith Ms. Marylen Sternweiler
ANNUAL SPONSORS Jenny Altshuler and Barry Green Anonymous Mr. Hans J. Bär Robin and Milo Beach Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph H. Bunzl Mr. and Mrs. Anthony P. Checchia Mr. Timothy A. Crowell Ms. Lynne Darcy Col. Ruth Dewton, in memory of Hans Deutsch, Hillard Elitzer, and Lily and Joseph Dewton Norma and Edward Dworetzky ExxonMobil Foundation Ms. Barbara E. Field Ms. Leni Fuhrman Ellen and Philip Frohnmayer Leopold R. Gellert Family Trust Rosa F. and Robert J. Gellert Lois and Dale Good Dr. Sandra and Richard Gottlieb Ms. Midori Goto Ms. Marta Casals Istomin, in memory of Paola Saffiotti Ms. Rachel Jacoff Naomi Katz and Gerhardt Koch, in memory of David Soyer Ida Kavafian and Steven Tenenbom, in memory of David Soyer Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Klothen
Mr. and Mrs. Michael M. Koerner Dr. F. Peter Kohler Dr. and Mrs. Clinton N. Levin Ms. Caroline Levine, in memory of Julius Levine Dr. and Mrs. Richard Lipton, in honor of Sylvia and Leonard Marx Mr. Giovanni Lovato, in memory of Paola Saffiotti Dr. Christopher Lovell and Ellen McCulloch-Lovell Bridget G. and Robert B. Lyons Ms. Margaret Stone MacDonald, in memory of Shepard and Charlotte Stone Mr. and Mrs. Peter Malkin, in honor of Dinny and Lester Morse Elizabeth Warren and Bruce H. Mann Mr. Paul Michael Ms. Phyllis J. Mills William and Dorothy Nerenberg The Packard Humanities Institute Drs. James and Sharon Paley, in memory of Marilyn B. Paley Mr. Walter Pozen, in memory of David Soyer Susan S. Rai, Esq. and Kanti Rai Professor Howard S. Reinmuth, Jr. Arleen and Robert Rifkind Susan and Elihu Rose, in honor of Sylvia Marx Dr. and Mrs. Herbert S. Sacks Mr. Umberto Saffiotti, in memory of Paola Saffiotti Maria Saffiotti and Thomas Dale, in memory of Paola Saffiotti Martha and Frank Salomon Mrs. Lorna Scherzer Ms. June Schneider, in memory of Paola Saffiotti and Yanna Kroyt Brandt Mr. and Mrs. Steven Schrader Dr. and Mrs. Mark Schulman Kimberly Greenberg and Christopher Serkin Franz W. Sichel Foundation Joan and Thomas M. Spence Gudrun and Alan Stewart Mr. W. Gene Story Ursula and Barron Tenny Barbara and Christoph Wolff Marjorie and Malcolm Wright
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ANNUAL PATRONS Ms. Helen Abramowicz Pamela and Robert Adams Carol Christ and Paul Alpers Barbara and Reed Anthony Ms. Luiza Balthazar Sheryl and Allen Bar Mrs. Joan B. Barry Candace and Charles Beaudette Ms. Janis Bellow Linda and Maurice Binkow Mrs. Carolyn O. Bluhm Philip A. Branton Dr. Owen P. Cantor Ms. Stephanie Chase Dr. Eileen T. Cline Mrs. Margaret S.G. Cooke, in memory of David Soyer Leslie and Paul Cooper Lynn and David Decker Ann DeLancey and Nelson Fausto Ms. Fiona Morgan Fein Margreet and Alan Francis Erica Harth and David H. Gallant Caroline and John Gilbert Ms. Lucy Gratwick Ms. Lilias MacBean Hart Mrs. Marian S. Heiskell, in memory of Diana Heiskell Margaret and Peter Hepler Mrs. Bice Horszowski, in memory of Mieczyslaw Horszowski Carol and Thomas Kahn Lorraine and David Kilmer Grace and Charles LaDue Myrna and Roger Landay Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Langendorf Mr. Robert E. Larrivee Mr. Richard B. Larson Mr. William F. Lindgren Mr. Alan Mittelsdorf Packard Humanities Institute Bess and Charles Prazak Jan Wohlberg and Morris Raker
Howard S. Reinmuth, Jr., in honor of Carol Faris and in memory of David Soyer Ms. Astri Seidenfeld Frederick H. and Jane S. Sillman, in honor of Susan and Kanti Rai Mr. John Sommer Anne-Marie Soullière and Lindsey C.Y. Kiang Elizabeth and Stephen Thomas Ms. Elizabeth S. Walker Cheryl Beil and Stephen J. Wayne Helge and Erika Wehmeier, in honor of Alan and Nancy Hirsig Beatrice and Richard Wernick, in memory of Leon Kirchner
We acknowledge with gratitude receipt of gifts made this year in memory of: Ilsa Ashe Norman Bluhm James B. Boskey Yanna Kroyt Brandt Hans Deutsch Joseph and Lily Dewton Hans and Meta Eichwald Hillard Elitzer Diana Heiskell Mieczyslaw Horszowski Leon Kirchner David C. Knapp Julius Levine Alice and Rudolph J. Lilienfeld Josephine Lockwood Ernest A. Lynton Irving Moskovitz Marilyn B. Paley Faren Pechet Nair Piccinini Paola Saffiotti Alexander Schneider Rudolf and Irene Serkin David Soyer Elaine Stamas Frank E. Taplin, Jr. Harold Wright
Planned Giving Program
Ensuring Marlboro’s Future Over the years, Marlboro has changed the lives of so many of us—musicians, audiences, trustees, and staff. We have shared extraordinary musical experiences, formed life-long friendships, and become deeply connected to this special community. Many of us who are eager to ensure that Marlboro Music continues in the decades to come have helped to provide the means for such continuity through a variety of planned giving options that also offer tax benefits and income. Planned giving options include bequests, whereby donors name the Marlboro School of Music, Inc., in their wills. Larger bequests can be designated to create Endowment Fellowship Funds, which are listed in our annual program books in perpetuity and memorialize and pay tribute to a donor or donor’s designee. Friends can also use current assets to create annuities and trusts that provide important tax benefits and life-long annual income for themselves and a loved one. Remaining funds are then applied to our permanent Endowment Fund. Gift arrangements suited to your individual circumstances can be designed by your financial and legal advisors, in consultation with Marlboro and our Planned Giving consultants. To discuss these options, please contact Jacob Smith at 215-569-4690 (802-254-2394 during the summer season) or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We gratefully acknowledge bequests received over the years from the following individuals: Carolyn E. Agger André A. and Niussia Aisenstadt Alfredo Amman Jane H. Bach Hildred Z. Bircher Mildred B. Bliss Jean Tennyson Boissevain 30
Helen C. Bosson Marjorie Bragdon Laura Brayton Carol Laise Bunker, in memory of Elizabeth Stevens Laise Judith and Isidore Cohen Charles E. Crook Ramona M. Cutting Elizabeth B. Doten Dr. Hildegard Durfee The Hon. Abe Fortas Sidney M. Friedberg Felix Galimir Henry E. Gerstley Christine Gessler Martin D. Gettry Frederick Goldman Johanna Graudan Liesel Hamburger Roxanna Hammond Hedrina G. Heinman Eliot P. Hirshberg Frederick Holborn Elinor W. Janeway Leon Kirchner Klaus Peter Kuschel Florence S. Lackner Florence D. Leach Walter Loewy Martha L. Lowenstein Gertrude H. Lynne Joseph Mann Eugene I. Mayer Gjon Mili Irving Moskovitz Elizabeth Frothingham Moore Kate Netter Helen Walker Parsons Florence A. Putschar Miriam T. Rudulph Mary B. Russell Edgar Salinger
Ruth Scott Seaton Charlotte A. Shatkin Jean Spitzer Marion Sprague Julius Steiner Hella M. Street Barbara Swain Frank E. Taplin, Jr. Ruth E. Thomas Edith B. Troyer Alice Tully Marieluise Vogel Jean E. Wilder Arlee Woldar Phyllis G. Young
INSTRUMENT LOAN PROGRAM Established by Rudolf Serkin through the donation of a Stradivarius cello to Marlboro, the Francesco Von Mendelssohn Fund provides long-term, low-interest loans to help young Marlboro artists obtain quality instruments. Marlboro has received tax-deductible gifts of other fine instruments, which are on loan to deserving participants. If you would like info on donating such an instrument, or on other tax-deductible support of the Von Mendelssohn Fund, please contact Marlboro Music’s administrative offices.
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(all names listed from left to right) A. Sarah Beaty, Lydia Brown, Kiera Duffy B. Samuel Rhodes, Ayano Ninomiya, Erin Keefe, Sarah Carter C. Robert Cuckson, Ida Levin D. James Austin Smith, Rudolph Vrbsky, Steven Dibner, Tristan Rennie, Radovan Vlatkovic´, Jose Vicente Castello, Moran Katz, Franklin Cohen
Endowment Fellowships Endowment Fellowship Funds, created through gifts or bequests, provide vital annual support for young Marlboro participants. They have been established in honor of the following individuals and institutions: (*with gifts from family and friends; ‡ with gifts from trustees, staff and friends of Marlboro Music) Argosy Composer-in-Residence – by the Argosy Foundation Niussia and André A. Aisenstadt Alfredo Amman* Herbert and Ilsa Ashe Musicians From Marlboro Fund – by Mr. Herbert J. Ashe Luis Batlle – by Mr. and Mrs. Ernest A. Lynton M.C. and W.A.L. Bazeley – by their family Rudolph P. and Hildred Z. Bircher – in honor of Rudolf Serkin Cornelius N. Bliss – by Mrs. Bliss Parkinson Jean Tennyson Boissevain – by the Jean Tennyson Foundation Adolf Busch – by Mr. and Mrs. Rudolf Serkin Herman and Lotte Busch – by the Heineman Foundation Pina Carmirelli – by the Heineman Foundation CBS Foundation – in honor of Pablo Casals Anthony Checchia and Frank Salomon – by Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Taplin, Jr. Cleveland String Quartet – by Herbert and Ilsa Ashe Judith and Isidore Cohen* Croddy Family Foundation Elizabeth B. Doten (in memoriam) Isabel and Henry E. Eccles (in memoriam) – by the Eccles family
Dr. Günes¸ N. Egˇe-Akter – to endow an annual Musicians From Marlboro concert in Toronto Dr. and Mrs. William Epstein Carol Faris – by Susan and Kanti Rai Ferry-White – by Drs. Ronald M. Ferry and Robert W. White Sampson R. and Miriam Field‡ Sampson R. Field (in memoriam)‡ Sidney M. and Miriam Friedberg Madeline Foley* Suzanne and Felix Galimir* Christine Gessler, for pianists Richard M. Goodman (in memoriam), for young musicians – by Margaret A. Goodman* Katharine Graham Katharine Graham – by Dr. and Mrs. William A. Epstein Johanna and Nikolai Graudan – by Johanna Graudan* Guarneri String Quartet – by Mrs. Lorna Scherzer Laurens Hammond – by Mrs. Laurens Hammond William Randolph Hearst – by the William Randolph Hearst Foundation Charles and Muriel Heim Hettie H. and Dannie N. Heineman – by the Heineman Foundation Stephen D. and Ludmila Heineman – by the Heineman Foundation Dr. H.C. Gunter Henle Mary Crowder Hess* Eliot P. Hirshberg (in memoriam) Edna M. Hirshinger – by the Heineman Foundation
Mieczyslaw Horszowski – by Mr. and Mrs. Talcott M. Banks Jonathan and Mary Gray Hughes Memorial Endowment, for vocalists – by Benjamin and Jesus Acosta-Hughes Mark H. Johnson – by Mrs. Mark H. Johnson William Kapell* Alice Kaufmann (in memoriam) by her children, Carla and Ernest Lynton and Peter Kaufmann Barbara Kempner (in memoriam)‡ Earl Kim (in memoriam) to assist the work of young composers – by the International Sejong Soloists and his family and friends Leon and Gertrude Kirchner Boris and Sonya Kroyt – by Adele and Irving Moskovitz Boris and Sonya Kroyt (in memoriam) – by Joan K. Andrews Karl Leubsdorf (in memoriam) – by Bertha B. Leubsdorf Berenice and Zvi Levavy (in memoriam) – by Sue-Ellen and Bardin Levavy Alice and Rudolph J. Lilienfeld (in memoriam) – by Marieluise Vogel and their family and friends Mr. and Mrs. Pare Lorentz Joe and Emily Lowe Foundation Ernest A. Lynton (in memoriam) – by the Kaufmann family Ernest A. Lynton, for Invited Artists (in memoriam) – by the Lynton and Kaufmann families Ceil R. and Joseph Mann Agnes E. Meyer – by Dr. Eugene Meyer III and his sister, Mrs. Ruth Epstein
Dr. Eugene Meyer, III Dr. Eugene and Mary B. Meyer – by The Island Fund at the direction of Eugene Bradley Meyer, Ruth Meyer Guffee, Anne Meyer and Elizabeth E. Meyer Gjon Mili (in memorium) Ada Minor – by her daughter, M. Ethel Hagenbuckle Irene Mittelsdorf* Moric and Alice Morawetz – by Hella Moravec Street Adele Reisner Moskovitz – by Irving Moskovitz Irving Moskovitz*‡ Blanche Honneger Moyse – by Drs. Daniel and Philippine M. Berkenblit Philipp Naegele – by Irene and Rudolf Serkin and the trustees of Marlboro Music Harvey Olnick Paul and Dorothy Olson – by Frank and Peggy Taplin‡ Bessie Oshlag – by Mr. and Mrs. Paul N. Olson Siegfried and Heidi Palm, for cellists – by Irene and Rudolf Serkin Josephine Bay Paul and C. Michael Paul Foundation, Inc. (in memory of Josephine Bay Paul) Faren Pechet – by the Pechet family Pechet Family Fund – by Dr. Maurice M. Pechet Henry Z. Persons* Theodore Presser Foundation Walter G. J. Putschar – by Florence A. Putschar Simon Rose – by the Heineman Foundation Lewis S. Rosenstiel – by The Rosenstiel Foundation
Vernon C. Rossner (in memoriam) – by Nancy Chang, Daniel Rossner, Elaine Rossner and Andrew Rossner Miriam T. Rudulph Paul Sacher (in honor of Rudolf Serkin) – by Hoffman La Roche, Inc. Paola Saffiotti (in memoriam) *‡ Robert Saudek (in memoriam) – by his wife, Elizabeth K. Saudek, and his friends Artur Schnabel – by Mr. and Mrs. Abram N. Spanel Alexander Schneider* Alexander Schneider Foundation – in support of young musicians June and Mischa Schneider* William Schwann (in memoriam) – by his wife, Aire-Maija Schwann Dr. Eugenie Schwarzwald Max Y. Seaton (in memoriam) – by Ruth Scott Seaton Edith L. and Martin E. Segal – by Susan S. and Kanti R. Rai Rudolf Serkin, for pianists Rudolf and Irene Serkin‡ Leonard Shure – by Louise Shonk Kelly Helen S. and Samuel L. Slosberg Società del Quartetto di Milano and Italian Friends of Marlboro Janet and David Soyer‡ Atherton Hall Sprague, for cellists – by the Marion Sprague Trust Blema and Arnold Steinberg George Szell – by the Heineman Foundation Frank E. Taplin‡
Margaret Eaton Taplin – by Frank E. Taplin Paul Tortelier – by Louise Shonk Kelly Arturo Toscanini Edith B. and Richard P. Troyer Alice Tully Teresa M. Vannin (in memoriam) – by Jane Hohfeld Galante Lila Wallace Reader’s Digest Fund Shirley Ann Weekley and Judith Sherman – by Dr. and Mrs. André A. Aisenstadt Whetsone Inn – by Muriel and John F. Hayward Lawrence A. Wien Foundation Jean E. Wilder Robert and Agnes Janeway Wise* Hyunah Yu - by Pierre D. Martinet and Nina Dimoglou Anonymous Additional Fellowships have been given by Dr. and Mrs. William Epstein; Mrs. Katharine Graham; Mr. and Mrs. Pare Lorentz; Dr. Eugene Meyer, III; Alexander Schneider Foundation; Miss Alice Tully.
Tax-deductible contributions to the 2010 Annual Fund Drive may be sent to the Marlboro School of Music, Inc., Box K, Marlboro, Vermont 05344. For more information, email Jacob Smith at email@example.com
Remembering David Soyer (1923-2010) When David Soyer first came to Marlboro at the suggestion of Felix Galimir and the invitation of Rudolf Serkin in the summer of 1961, he was one of the most soughtafter studio musicians in New York, as well as a member of the American String Quartet and a cellist who had played in Arturo Toscanini’s NBC Symphony. He was heard on many a commercial, played in the studio band of the “Ed Sullivan Show,” and was one of the musicians on Billie Holiday’s final major recording.
For David, as for so many of us, Marlboro changed his life. After that first summer in Vermont, he decided to devote his life to chamber music, and upon returning to New York, his first act was to discontinue his professional answering service. He formed a trio with Anton Kuerti and Michael Tree, and in 1964, at the urging of Alexander Schneider, he, Michael, and violinists Arnold Steinhardt and John Dalley formed the Guarneri String Quartet at Marlboro.
Over the ensuing decades the Guarneri Quartet became widely recognized as one of the world’s great chamber music ensembles and served as a role model and inspiration for fellow Marlboro participants forming new generations of string quartets from the Cleveland and Vermeer to the Orion and Brentano, to mention just a few. It was David’s sound that laid the firm foundation for the Quartet, and his musicality and command of the instrument made him a model to be emulated by cellists everywhere.
David returned to Marlboro as a senior artist in 1979, his Vermont home for the next 31 summers. As Marlboro had changed his life, David changed the lives of all those who came into contact with him. He generously imparted his knowledge in rehearsal and inspired in performance— who can forget his “Archduke” Trio at 85 years-young and all that he shared with so many. While we will miss him dearly, we celebrate his life and his enormous contributions to the Marlboro community, to leading conservatories, and to chamber music worldwide.
From a participant: “It is hard to imagine that such a monumental figure in the cello world and the Marlboro community has passed on; it is too small a statement to say he will be missed, but too true a statement to say he will forever be remembered.”
LEFT Janet Soyer and David Soyer TOP RIGHT Andras Schiff and David Soyer RIGHT Soovin Kim, Mitsuko Uchida, David Soyer
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1968 featuring master craftsmen of the 1960s and 1970s and Vermont artists Mary Azarian and Sabra Field
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Congratulations, Marlboro Festival, on 60 years of making Marvelous Music! Please stop by to visit us while you’re here. • We are a State Liquor Outlet. • We have the area’s largest variety of wine and beer. • We’re happy to take special orders. • We have an impressive selection of ﬁne cigars. • We offer a convenient bottle redemption service, and… “ALWAYS ON SUNDAYS”: redemptions at 6 cents each!
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Friends of Music at GuilFord 45th Labor Day Weekend Festival
Summer Concert Series Tuesdays at 7:30pm
Pre-concert dinner at 5:30pm
• June 22 • June 29 • July 6 • July 13 • July 20
• July 27 • August 3 • August 10 • August 17 • August 25
Featuring The Apple Hill String Quartet with renowned guest artists Louise Shonk Kelly Concert Barn Apple Hill Ctr. for Chamber Music 410 Apple Hill Road, Nelson, NH To purchase tickets, call 603-847-3371 or visit www.applehill.org
Sept. 4 & 5 · The Organ Barn, Guilford SaTurday, 7:30 · In The Barn Recital Program on the c. 1897 Tracker Organ with Other Instruments
Sunday, 2:00 · On The Lawn
The Festival Orchestra, Smaller Ensembles & a Vocal Soloist in an Idyllic Setting · Picnic Lunch on Sale 12-2 or bring your own · · Lemonade & Warm Chocolate Chip Cookies · ask for a season calendar: 802/254-3600 firstname.lastname@example.org v www.fomag.org
We are celebrating all summer long with gracious dining, single source chocolate, artisan-crafted bonbons and whimsical gifts
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is educating the ﬁnest graduate students in education, environmental studies, management, and psychology.
A Festive Downtown Stroll on First Fridays ∙ 5:30 to 8:30 Over 40 Exhibit Openings! Pick Up a “Gallery Walk” Guide for Listings and a Map
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CONGRATULATES Marlboro Music’s administrators
Anthony Checchia and Frank Salomon
Recipients of CMA’s 2011 Richard J. Bogomolny National Service Award In recognItIon of theIr leadershIp In the chaMber MusIc fIeld
sunday, January 16, 2011 Chamber Music America’s National Conference • New York City AwA r d P r e s e n t A t i o n :
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FITZVOGT PROUDLY SUPPORTS THE MARLBORO MUSIC FESTIVAL!
The 18th Tucson Winter
CHAMBER MUSIC FESTIVAL March 6 -13, 2011 Peter Rejto, Artistic Director
PROVIDING QUALITY FOOD SERVICE MANAGEMENT TO SCHOOLS, HEALTHCARE, AND BUSINESSES THROUGHOUT NEW ENGLAND
Internationally renowned musicians, including the Borromeo String Quartet and the baroque group Apollo’s Fire
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Credits Photos Pete Checchia: Cover, P1-2-7-8/9-12-15-17-21-23-24 A/B/C/F- 25 G/I/J/K/L- 26-31 A/C/D- 34-35 (bottom) Allen Cohen: P10, P31-B, P24-B/E, P25-H Geaorge Dimock: P18-C/D, P35-top Edward Hamilton: P18-A Clemens Kalisher: P18-B , P19-F Christopher Lehmann: P19-E
October 29, 2010 Respighi — Il Tramonto: Poemetto Lirico (1918) Dvorák — Two Waltzes, Opus 54, B. 105 (ca. 1880) Cuckson — Der gayst funem shturem Mozart — Quintet in A Major for Clarinet & Strings, K. 581 Ida Levin, Yonah Zur, violin; Beth Guterman, viola; Saeunn Thorsteinsdottir, cello; Zachary Cohen, dbl bass; Sivan Magen, harp; Jose Vicente Castello, horn; Sarah Beaty, clarinet; Jennifer Johnson, mezzo-soprano April 8, 2011 Mendelssohn — String Quartet in A minor Mozart — Abendempndung, K.523 - An Chloe, K.524 Schubert — Nachtstück, D.672b - Wanderers Nachtlied, D.768- Rastlose Liebe, D.138 Shostakovich — Piano Quintet in G minor, Op. 57 Hye-Jin Kim, Tien-Hsin Cindy Wu, violin; Philip Kramp, viola; Peter Wiley, cello; John Moore, baritone; Anna Polonsky, piano May 6, 2011 Mozart — String Quintet in C Major, K.515 Haydn — String Quartet in C minor, Op. 17, No.4 Dvorák — String Quintet in E-at Major, Op. 97, B.180 Benjamin Beilman, Veronika Eberle, violin; Beth Guterman, viola; Yura Lee, viola; Judith Serkin, cello
3 Fridays at 8PM • $105 / Single tickets • $40 Order tickets at metmuseum.org/tickets or call 212-570-3949 or visit our Great Hall box oﬃce
John M. Moore: P14 Heinz H. Weissenstein: P19-G Editors Tessa Chermiset Ben Davis Design THE-M/Ming-Fang Hsieh
Special thanks to Frank Salomon, Philip Maneval, Jennifer Loux, and David Himmelheber
Advertisers Index Marlboro Area Lodging: Colonel Williams Inn Swanhill Bed and Breakfast Whetstone Inn Shops/Art: Applewoods Studio-Gallery Lucy Gratwick, Fine Hand Weaving Matthew Tell Pottery The Bear Bookshop The Turnpike Road Pottery Other: Marlboro College
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Shops/Art: A Candle in the Night Adivasi Altiplano Bartleby’s Books/The Book Cellar Brattleboro Museum & Art Center Brattleboro Music Center Brown & Roberts Hardware Discount Beverage Douglas Cox, violin maker Gallery in the Woods Gallery Walk Friends of Music at Guilford Sam’s Outdoor Outfitters The Custom Laundry The Richards Group Vermont Artisan Designs Yellow Barn Festival Zephyr Designs Other: Fitts, Olsen & Giddings, P.L.C. Merchants Bank World Learning
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Newfane/West Townshend area Lodging: Four Columns Inn p. 38 Old Newfane Inn p. 39 Windham Hill Inn p. 37 Vermont Shop/Art: Frederick Johnson Pianos Vermont Mozart Festival Other: Vermont Magazine WFCR New Hampshire Food: L.A. Burdick Handmade Chocolates Art: Apple Hill Center for Chamber Music Other: Antioch University Fitz Vogt Massachusetts Art: MASS MoCA Mohawk Trail Concerts South Mountain Concerts The Clark Art Institute
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National Arizona Friends of Chamber Music p. 61 Chamber Music America p. 58 Chamber Music Society, Lincoln Center p. 53 Mannes College of Music p. 46 Metropolitan Museum Concerts p. 63 Philadelphia Chamber Music Society p. 49 Steinway & Sons p. 62 65
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Published on Jul 19, 2010
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