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Dear Friends, The Board of Directors and Staff of the Ogden Symphony Ballet Association are proud to welcome you to our concert this evening. The experiences you take from the concerts provide lasting memories for you and your family. If you are a first-time attendee, you may have a few questions about “concert etiquette.” To enjoy your experience to the fullest, relax and enjoy the music. Here are a couple of reminders that might put you at ease: ♫ Please silence cell phones, pagers, or anything else noisy. ♫ No photography or recording of any kind, please. ♫ Applaud when the Concert Master, Conductor, or Guest Artist enters. ♫ During the playing of a symphony or concerto which has multiple movements, applause is traditionally held until the end of the complete work when the conductor turns to face the audience. Right here at home we have the opportunity to attend performances by world-class performing groups, and the venue at the Browning Center is outstanding. During the remainder of our current season you will see more Utah Symphony, the “Little Mermaid” by Ballet West, and awardwinning Vocal Point from BYU. OSBA will continue “Bringing the Arts Home” for many years to come. We invite and welcome your participation as ticket holders, donors, and Association committee members. Enjoy your memories!
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BOARD OF DIRECTORS
BOARD OF DIRECTORS Paul Sonntag President Genette Biddulph President Elect Joyce Stillwell Vice President Shelley Felt Secretary
ADVISORS Carol Brockman Karen Fairbanks Alan Hall Robert Harris Carol Hurst Sharon Lewis Thomas Moore Meg Naisbitt Suzy Patterson
Tina Olsen Treasurer
OSBA FOUNDATION Russ King Chair
Geraldine Christensen Past President/Nominating
Holly Nye Bauman Vice-Chair
Melissa Bennett Michael Call Robert Fudge Greg Gochnour Luckey Heath Paul C. Kunz Russ King Scott Major Judith Mitchell Stephanie Moore Jan Slabaugh Scott Sluis John Starley Jennifer Webb
Marti M. Clayson Secretary Richard White Treasurer Doug Holmes Paul T. Kunz Andrea Lane Sharon Lewis Robert E. Lindquist Tina Olsen Ellen Opprecht Carolyn N. Rasmussen Sherm Smith
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Sharon Macfarlane MARKETING MANAGER Melissa Seamons ACCOUNTING ADMINISTRATOR Susan Campbell EMERGENCY PROCEDURE Please identify the exits closest to your location. In the event it becomes necessary to evacuate the building because of an emergency, proceed to the closest exit in an orderly manner and then to a safe area away from the building.
APPROXIMATE PERFORMANCE TIME IS 2 HOURS. Unless previously authorized, cameras and recording equipment of any kind are not allowed at Ogden Symphony Ballet Association performances. Please turn off cell phones, beepers and beeping watches before the performance begins. The Ogden Symphony Ballet Association is funded in part by grants from the Utah Division of Arts and Museums, the National Endowment for the Arts, Ogden City Arts and the Weber County Recreation, Arts, Museums, and Parks (RAMP) program.
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UTAH SYMPHONY Thierry Fischer, Music Director / The Maurice Abravanel Chair, endowed by the George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Foundation
Principal Pops Conductor
Vladimir Kulenovic Associate Conductor
VIOLIN* Ralph Matson
Concertmaster The Jon M. & Karen Huntsman Chair, in honor of Wendell J. and Belva B. Ashton
Associate Concertmaster The Richard K. & Shirley S. Hemingway Chair
Claude Halter Principal Second
Wen Yuan Gu
Associate Principal Second
Assistant Principal Second
Karen Wyatt •• Tom Baron • Joseph Evans LoiAnne Eyring # Teresa Hicks Lun Jiang Julianne S. Johnson • Rebekah Johnson Tina Johnson†† Veronica Kulig David Langr Melissa Thorley Lewis Elina Lev • Yuki MacQueen Alex Martin Rebecca Moench David Porter Judith Rich • Lynn Maxine Rosen Barbara Ann Scowcroft • M. Judd Sheranian Lynnette Stewart Julie Wunderle ••
VIOLA* Brant Bayless
Principal The Sue & Walker Wallace Chair
Roberta Zalkind Associate Principal
Joel Gibbs Julie Edwards Carl Johansen Scott Lewis Christopher McKellar Leslie Richards†† Whittney Thomas CELLO* Matthew Johnson Acting Principal The J. Ryan Selberg Memorial Chair
PICCOLO Caitlyn Valovick Moore
TROMBONE Larry Zalkind
OBOE Robert Stephenson
BASS TROMBONE Graeme Mutchler
TUBA Gary Ofenloch
ENGLISH HORN Lissa Stolz CLARINET Tad Calcara
Principal The Norman C. & Barbara Lindquist Tanner Chair, in memory of Jean Lindquist Pell
Erin Svoboda Associate Principal
Walter Haman Noriko Kishi†† Anne Lee Kevin Shumway Pegsoon Whang
BASS CLARINET Lee Livengood
Corbin Johnston Associate Principal
James Allyn Frank W. Asper, Jr. Edward Merritt Claudia Norton Jens Tenbroek Thomas Zera HARP Louise Vickerman # Principal
Matthew Tutsky †† Acting Principal
FLUTE Mercedes Smith
Principal The Val A. Browning Chair
Caitlyn Valovick Moore
Acting Associate Principal
BASS* David Yavornitzky
E-FLAT CLARINET Erin Svoboda
TIMPANI George Brown Principal
PERCUSSION Keith Carrick Principal
Eric Hopkins KEYBOARD Jason Hardink Principal
LIBRARIAN Clovis Lark
BASSOON Lori Wike
Principal The Edward & Barbara Moreton Chair
Leon Chodos Associate Principal
Maureen Conroy Associate Librarian
ORCHESTRA PERSONNEL Eric V. Johnson
Director of Orchestra Personnel
CONTRABASSOON Leon Chodos
HORN Bruce M. Gifford Principal
Llewellyn B. Humphreys Ronald L. Beitel Stephen Proser Nathan Basinger ††
Assistant Orchestra Personnel Manager
STAGE MANAGEMENT Chip Dance Production & Stage Manager
Mark Barraclough Assistant Stage & Properties Manager
TRUMPET Travis Peterson
• First Violin •• Second Violin
* String Seating Rotates † Leave of Absence # Sabbatical †† Substitute Member
Principal The Robert L. & Joyce Rice Chair Associate Principal
Peter Margulies Nick Norton
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OGDEN SYMPHONY BALLET ASSOCIATION would like to thank
• Alan & Jeannie Hall Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Dwight Baldwin Mr. & Mrs. Michael Keyes
• For sponsoring tonight’s performance.
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ENTERTAINMENT SERIES A Rodgers & Hammerstein Celebration
Mar 27 | 7:30 pm Val A. Browning Center Jerry Steichen, Conductor
William Michals, Baritone
Lisa Vroman, Soprano
Utah Symphony Chorus
Gary Mauer, Tenor
RODGERS & HAMMERSTEIN RODGERS & HAMMERSTEIN ARR. BENNETT KERN & HAMMERSTEIN
Overture from The King and I “It’s A Grand Night For Singing” from State Fair
“All the Things You Are” from Very Warm for May “Make Believe” from Show Boat “Ol’ Man River” from Show Boat
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“Falling in Love With Love” from The Boys from Syracuse “Where or When” from Babes In Arms
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“The Sound of Music” from The Sound of Music
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“The Lonely Goatherd” from The Sound of Music “Edelweiss” from The Sound of Music
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“Carousel Waltz” from Carousel
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“There Is Nothin’ Like A Dame” from South Pacific “A Wonderful Guy” from South Pacific “Some Enchanted Evening” from South Pacific “Shall We Dance?” from The King and I “Soliloquy” from Carousel “Oh, What A Beautiful Mornin’” from Oklahoma “People Will Say We’re In Love” from Oklahoma “Oklahoma” from Oklahoma “You’ll Never Walk Alone” from Carousel 801.399.9214 • symphonyballet.org • 13
Maestro Gerald Steichen has established himself as one of America’s most versatile conductors. He currently holds the positions of Principal Pops Conductor of the Utah Symphony and Music Director of the Ridgefield Symphony (Connecticut). He also completed sixteen seasons as Principal Pops Conductor of the New Haven Symphony Orchestra. Steichen is a frequent guest conductor for the New Jersey Symphony and has appeared with the Boston Pops, Cincinnati Symphony, Indianapolis Symphony, as well as the symphonies of Naples, Florida; Portland, Oregon; the Florida Orchestra in Tampa; Columbus, Oklahoma City, Hartford and the New York Pops. International appearances include the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra, Tokyo City Symphony, the NDR Philharmonie Hannover at the Braunschweig Festival, and numerous appearances with the Norwegian Radio Symphony. Jerry Steichen Conductor
During ten seasons with the New York City Opera, Steichen led performances including La Bohème, L’Elisir d’Amore, Jake Heggie’s Dead Man Walking, Rachel Portman’s The Little Prince, Jonathan Miller’s production of The Mikado, The Pirates of Penzance, and Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella. In 2007, he led the New York City Opera Orchestra and soloists in a live WQXR broadcast of Wall to Wall Opera from New York’s Symphony Space. A gifted pianist, he performed on stage for the New York City Opera’s acclaimed productions of Porgy and Bess and Carmina Burana. He has also conducted Utah Opera, Anchorage Opera, New Jersey Opera Theater, Glimmerglass Opera in Cooperstown, NY, and Opera East Texas.
…one of America’s most versatile conductors.
Steichen toured nationally as the associate conductor with The Phantom of the Opera, The Secret Garden, and Peter Pan, and he conducted CATS in New York for two years. He has also appeared on Broadway, portraying Manny the Accompanist in the Tony Award-winning Master Class. In pursuit of his passion for education, Steichen spent eighteen years with the “Meet the Artist” series at Lincoln Center as conductor, clinician and pianist. Originally from Tonkawa, Oklahoma, Maestro Steichen holds degrees from Northern Oklahoma College, Oklahoma City University and the University of Southern California. He currently resides in New York City.
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Lisa Vroman Soprano
Lisa Vroman starred as Christine Daaé in The Phantom of The Opera on Broadway and in San Francisco and Los Angeles. Recently Miss Vroman played Marian Paroo in The Music Man opposite Shirley Jones and Patrick Cassidy; made her New Jersey Opera debut as Rosalinda in Die Fledermaus; sang the role of Birdie in Regina with Utah Opera; starred as Lilli Vanessi in Kiss Me Kate at Glimmerglass Opera and the MUNY Theatre of St. Louis; and played Charlotte in A Little Night Music in Detroit (Michigan Opera Theatre) starring Leslie Uggams. She made her debut with New York City Opera as Rosabella in The Most Happy Fella opposite Paul Sorvino and starred as Laurey in Oklahoma for the BBC’s Proms festival. She was featured in PBS’s Hey! Mr. Producer with Colm Wilkinson/ Michael Ball (Royal Gala for Cameron Macintosh - DVD) and as Johanna in Sweeney Todd in Concert (Emmy Award) with Patti Lupone, George Hearn, San Francisco Symphony & Chorus (DVD). Her Broadway Debut was in Aspects of Love, and she was the first to play both Fantine and Cosette in Les Misérables. Ms. Vroman is a featured guest with many symphonies including San Francisco, Philadelphia, Cleveland, Hong Kong, Nashville, St. Louis, Houston, Atlanta, Dallas, Pacific, National, and Utah symphonies. She has sung in concert with The Empire Brass Quintet and frequently with organist David Higgs. She has regularly performed with the New York Festival of Song (NYFOS), with whom she premiered two Comic Operas (by Musto and Bolcom) available on CD. Lisa sang and danced opposite legend Dick Van Dyke at the Hollywood Bowl (John Mauceri), starred as Mary Turner in Of Thee I Sing/Let ‘Em Eat Cake with the San Francisco Symphony (Michael Tilson Thomas conducting), and frequently appears with Keith Lockhart and the Boston Pops, Peter Nero and the Philly Pops, and the New York Pops at Carnegie Hall. Please visit www.encompassarts.com & www.lisavroman.com
…she was the first to play both Fantine and Cosette in Les Misérables
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Gary Mauer Tenor
Gary Mauer most recently starred in the Broadway production of The Phantom of the Opera playing the Phantom. Broadway and National Tour credits also include Les Misérables and The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber. He was cast opposite his wife Elizabeth Southard in the National Tour of Harold Prince’s Show Boat. Other favorite roles include Jesus in Jesus Christ Superstar, Anthony in Sweeney Todd, and Frederick in Pirates of Penzance. He was born in Phoenix, Arizona, and earned a Bachelor’s degree in Musical Theatre from the University of Tucson. He has sung “All I Ask of You” on ABC’s Live with Regis and Kathy Lee and The View as well as NBC’s The Today Show. As part of the popular Bravo Broadway concert series, Mr. Mauer has sung with numerous symphonies across the country including Cleveland, Utah, and Peter Nero and the Philly Pops. He travelled extensively with Marvin Hamlisch and joined Mr. Hamlisch with the Chicago and Pittsburgh Symphonies. He has had return engagements with the National Symphony, Harrisburg, South Bend, New Mexico, and the Florida Sunshine Pops. His solo CD project entitled The is the Moment was released in the fall of 2007. Mr. Mauer is also featured on the CDs entitled Bravo Broadway and Broadway’s Fabulous Phantoms.
As part of the popular Bravo Broadway concert series, Mr. Mauer has sung with numerous symphonies across the country…
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William Michals is currently appearing in the landmark revival of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s South Pacific at Lincoln Center. A Broadway and concert star, he made his Broadway debut as The Beast in Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, and later returned to play Gaston in the same production. His career has continued in such roles as Javert in Les Misérables, Don Quixote in Man of La Mancha, Harold Hill in The Music Man, and the title role in The Phantom of the Opera. A recipient of the prestigious Anselmo Award, he also earned recognition by Chicago’s “Jeff” and the National Star awards for his portrayal of Chauvelin in the recent national tour of The Scarlet Pimpernel. Audiences across the country have enjoyed him as Captain von Trapp in The Sound of Music and as Billy Flynn in Kander & Ebb’s Chicago.
William Michals Baritone
Not only has Michals played the great theatrical venues of the nation, including Carnegie Hall, Broadway’s fabled Palace Theatre, L.A.’s Ahmanson and D.C.’s Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, but he’s also entertained in New York’s finest rooms, including the Rainbow Room, The Four Seasons, and the Grand Ballroom of The Plaza. Casino dates, like a recent concert at the Foxwoods Resort, continue to be a part of his calendar. Michals regularly appears with the country’s leading orchestras, including the San Francisco, San Diego, Utah, and Hartford Symphonies and The New York Pops. He recently appeared with Peter Nero and the Philly Pops for another sold-out evening of “Broadway Showstoppers.”
A recipient of the prestigious Anselmo Award
Following the success of his live CD, William Michals: broadway in concert, Michals is now collaborating with some of the extraordinary creative talents behind Sarah Brightman, Josh Groban, and Charlotte Church, fusing a myriad of musical styles and providing a dark baritone sound to the “classical crossover” market. His growing fan base includes members from Europe, Canada, the United States and several websites, including www.WilliamMichals.com. With a vibrant career on stage, in concert, and in the studio, William Michals continues to live up to the moniker “America’s Baritone.”
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Over the course of his musical career, Dr. Barlow Bradford has distinguished himself as a conductor, composer, arranger, pianist, organist, and teacher. As an orchestral and choral conductor, he co-founded the Utah Chamber Artists in 1991 and has led that organization to international acclaim for its impeccable, nuanced performances and award-winning recordings. Dr. Bradford’s focused, energetic conducting style led to his appointment as Music Director of the Orchestra at Temple Square in Salt Lake City and Associate Director of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. Prior to that, he was Director of Orchestras at the University of Utah.
Barlow Bradford Symphony Chorus Diretoc
His compositions and arrangements have garnered much attention for their innovation and dramatic scope, from delicate, transparent intimacy to epic grandeur. Arrangements by Bradford have been performed/recorded by the Cleveland Orchestra, San Francisco Symphony, Dallas Symphony, Tucson Symphony Orchestra, New York Choral Artists, Seattle Pacific University, Baylor University, Mormon Tabernacle Choir/Orchestra at Temple Square, Newfoundland Festival 500, and the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus, among others. In addition to his post as Director of the Utah Symphony Chorus, Dr. Bradford continues as Artistic Director of Utah Chamber Artists and serves as the Ellen Neilson Barnes Presidential Chair of Choral Studies at the University of Utah.
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John Jorgensen Jerry Ball Ben Ebel Vince Huntington Phillip A Lammi Peter R. MacKinnon Nathan Moulton Lo Nestman Michael M. Renehan Kevin S. Rowe Richard Stephenson Peter Tang
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