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March–May 2018 Annual Report Edition

The World’s Only Global Musical Instrument Museum®


CONTENTS

ON THE COVER

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Glen Campbell Honored in Artist Gallery

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New Exhibits Highlight Famous Music Cities in the United States

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MIM Welcomes New Conservator

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2017 Donor List

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Zouk/Soca Exhibit Explores Vibrant Popular Music

In 2017, MIM welcomed seventy thousand school and youth tour participants, our largest attendance to date. MIM’s field trip program gives children of all ages the opportunity to explore the museum’s galleries while interacting with, discovering, and discussing the wide world of music.

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STEM Gallery Officially Opens at New Signature Event

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Educators Bring Music to the Classroom

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MIM’s Educational Impact on the Community

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Artist Spotlight: Kid Koala

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Artistic Director’s Picks

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Donor Spotlight: The Molly Blank Fund

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New Volunteer Team Members Reflect on 2017

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Advancement Toward Sustainability

MISSION STATEMENT The Musical Instrument Museum (MIM) enriches our world by collecting, preserving, and making accessible an astonishing variety of musical instruments and performance videos from every country in the world. MIM offers guests a welcoming and fun experience, incomparable interactive technology, dynamic programming, and exceptional musical performances. MIM fosters appreciation of the world’s diverse cultures by showing how we innovate, adapt, and learn from each other to create music—the language of the soul.

The students featured on the cover are part of a “Musical Menagerie” field trip from Granada Primary School in Phoenix. They spent the morning building their knowledge of Asian material culture and used their “detective eyes” to compare textures, colors, shapes, and how musical instruments make sounds. The students also enjoyed hands-on time playing instruments in the Encore Gallery and took part in a musical story based on a folktale from Southeast Asia.

Rated Phoenix’s #1 attraction and ranked in the top 20 museums in the United States.

ISSUE HIGHLIGHT

A new conservator brings his rich background as a luthier, instrument conservator, cellist, and music educator to MIM. Read more on page 6.


LETTER FROM THE DIRECTOR Dear MIM Friends and Supporters, At the beginning of 2017, we envisioned a year of continued progress toward our organizational goals, as well as the completion of several important initiatives. With your ongoing support of MIM’s mission and the generous contributions you provided, that vision became a reality. As you will see in this year’s annual report, MIM’s impact on our community is remarkable and you are helping to make it happen. Our increasing school tour participants greatly benefit from the unique educational experiences we offer through music. Already a field trip destination in the Valley, MIM’s dedicated new gallery focused on STEM—science, technology, engineering, and math—enriches and expands these important concepts for schoolchildren. Furthering our commitment to STEM programming, we added a new Signature Event called “Discover Science at MIM,” which was held on January 20–21 and included activities and performances centered around science, technology, and music. Over the next several years, MIM will be able to support additional educational programs, as well as school and youth tours, thanks to our first multiyear grant from the Molly Blank Fund. Highlighted in this issue, you’ll read about the foundation’s important work, along with its sustained generosity toward MIM. Without our dedicated and enthusiastic corps of more than four hundred volunteer team members, much of the work we do at MIM would not be possible. In January, MIM hosted its first Docent Exchange welcoming more than 140 attendees from the Desert Botanical Garden, the Phoenix Art Museum, and the Heard Museum. The half-day program included an introduction to MIM by senior leadership, sharing of best practices, guided tours of the galleries, and an opportunity to see our sensational special exhibition on ancient musical instruments from China. We have even more exciting new programs and performances planned this year and look forward to welcoming new guests and familiar faces to MIM for an unforgettable experience. Thank you for continuing this incredible journey with us and believing, as we do, in the power of music as the sustaining human gift. On behalf of the entire team, thank you for your support of MIM!

April A. Salomon Executive Director

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BOARD OF DIRECTORS Forward-looking leaders keep MIM on track in its mission and strategic plan. Their vision guides us. Their enthusiasm inspires us. Their commitment carries us into the future. Robert J. Ulrich Founder and Board Chairman, Musical Instrument Museum; Retired CEO and Chairman Emeritus, Target Corporation Richard T. Burke Board Vice Chairman, Musical Instrument Museum; Chairman and Founder, UnitedHealth Group; General Partner, Rainy Partners Richard D. Burns Board Vice Chairman, Musical Instrument Museum; The Richard and Babette Burns Charitable Fund John D’Addario Jr. President, D’Addario Foundation Gail J. Dorn Board Secretary, Musical Instrument Museum; President, Catholic Schools Center of Excellence (CSCOE) Matthew P. Feeney Chair, Snell & Wilmer Marc L. Felix International Expert on African Art; Organizer and Curator of International Exhibitions on African Arts Michael R. Francis Founder and CEO, Farview Associates Robert G. McMahon Retired SVP, Property Development, Target Corporation Judith C. Pelham President Emerita, Trinity Health April A. Salomon Executive Director, Musical Instrument Museum Gary R. Tobey Chairman and CEO, Haworth Marketing and Media ADVISORY BOARD MIM’s Advisory Board is composed of individuals with a breadth of skills, leadership talents, and resources that help MIM move forward. We are thankful for their support. Jeffrey S. Beyersdorfer Principal, Franklin Mountain Management, LLC Wendy Breuder Arizona President and Head of Corporate Real Estate and Resource Location Strategy, Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, Inc. (MUFG) Shawn Gensch Chief Marketing Officer, Sprouts Farmers Market

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Russell S. Goldstein, CFP®, CAP® Senior Vice President, Institutional Client Advisor, Institutional Inventments and Philanthropic Solutions, Bank of America, N.A. Patrick F. Heigl Brand Manager, Sanderson Lincoln-Ford Jeanne L. Herberger, PhD Vice President, Herberger Enterprises, Inc.; Honorary MIM Advisory Board Member Ronald L. Jones President, Ron & Linda Jones Family Foundation; President & CEO, Help in Healing Home Foundation, The Village at Mayo Clinic Matthew K. Mains Senior Vice President and Market Manager, U.S. Bank Commercial Real Estate Cheree McAlpine Senior Vice President and General Counsel, Lumileds, Inc. James A. Pupillo, CIMA®, CIMC®,C(k)P®, TFMC®, GFS® Managing Director and Partner, LDI Advisors Robert G. Weston Chief Financial Officer, Alliance Residential Company James J. Widland Director, Miller Stratvert P.A. Law Offices VOLUNTEER TEAM MEMBER ADVISORY GROUP MIM’s Volunteer Team Member Advisory Group is a core group of dedicated volunteers who give us valuable input on museum operations, support the Volunteer Department, and help increase awareness of MIM. Shannon Barth Dawn Busby Janice Clark

Frank Flider Christine Lindley Jan Wood

AMBASSADORS MIM Ambassadors are an elite group of worldrenowned musicians and industry leaders who generously donate their talents, expertise, and goodwill on behalf of the museum. Peter Asher Maker of rock history for more than fifty years Tony Berg Founder and top producer at LA’s Zeitgeist Studios Jerry Douglas Grammy-winning dobro virtuoso Amrita Sen World-renowned singer-songwriter, entrepreneur, and visual artist Neal Spielberg Nashville music entrepreneur and “Star Maker”


GLEN CAMPBELL HONORED IN ARTIST GALLERY One of the first musicians to fuse country and pop

Campbell posing for the cover of his “Wichita Lineman” single (1968) Photo courtesy of TKO Artist Managment

MIM is proud to share the life and legacy of country music legend Glen Campbell, who passed away last August after a courageous battle with Alzheimer’s disease. Over a six-decade career, Campbell was admired by countless artists for bridging the gap between country and pop music. Songs such as “Rhinestone Cowboy,” “By the Time I Get to Phoenix,” and “Gentle on My Mind” remain classics and showcase his sincere singing voice. “Glen always thought of himself as a guitar player first and foremost; to have an exhibit at the MIM would have meant the world to him,” says Kim Campbell, Glen’s wife of thirty-four years. An important highlight of the display is the 1968 prototype of Campbell’s own signature Ovation acoustic guitar. He used it on his weekly television program, The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour, bringing country music to a wider mainstream audience. After his diagnosis with Alzheimer’s, Campbell continued to perform and to raise new public awareness of the disease. A full stage wardrobe and the black Ovation guitar used during his Farewell Tour can also be seen, along with his Highland bagpipes, which he used for years to perform "Amazing Grace" in concert, to show his Scottish ancestry. “Glen Campbell enjoyed such connection with audiences, so it is appropriate that we portray important aspects of both his musical legacy and personal life,” says Richard Walter, PhD, MIM’s curator for United States / Canada and Europe. All instruments and artifacts featured are on loan courtesy of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville, Tennessee, which inducted Campbell in 2005. ▪

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NEW EXHIBITS HIGHLIGHT FAMOUS MUSIC CITIES IN THE UNITED STATES Discover musical identities of Memphis, LA, and more As you explore MIM’s galleries, you’ll notice that most are organized geographically. For example, in Latin America you can learn all about music from Colombia at an exhibit dedicated to that country, and in Asia you can discover instruments from Vietnam. In the United States / Canada Gallery, the exhibits are instead organized by themes such as distinctive musical genres (Country, Polka, Hip Hop) or by instrument types (Amplified Guitars, Brass Trumpets). While they encompass a vast musical landscape, many individual cities in the United States have special identities based on their musical histories. Some of these

stories can be explored at a series of new exhibits highlighting famous music cities across America. As told by Richard Walter, PhD, MIM’s curator for United States / Canada and Europe: The initial selection of four cities installed at the beginning of 2018—Memphis, Tennessee; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Los Angeles, California; and Elkhart, Indiana—will cover some important musical themes that have not yet been addressed in the United States / Canada Gallery. Memphis has been a significant city on the Mississippi River for generations, where the American melting pot has been unusually

B25-N ACOUSTIC GUITAR Used by blues artist Walter “Furry” Lewis (1893–1981), whose music impressed Jimi Hendrix and the Rolling Stones; Lewis’s first good guitar was a gift from W. C. Handy. Loan courtesy of Bob Tekippe

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active and rich with ingredients of diverse people, professions, and entertainment. It is both “the home of the blues” and “the birthplace of rock and roll,” to say nothing of its contributions to jug band and Southern soul music. The instruments and video reflect all those traditions, helping to emphasize the unusual legacy of this special musical city. The nation’s first capital, Philadelphia, has an undeniable place in American history as well as a deep musical history. For instance, the new display features an outstanding keyed bugle like the one played by Francis Johnson, the first African American professional bandleader and composer. Dramatic parade suits from the annual Philadelphia Mummers Parade are exhibited along with the instrument played by the principal tuba player of the Philadelphia Orchestra when it recorded the original soundtrack for Walt Disney’s Fantasia in 1939! A centerpiece of the Los Angeles section will be the story of the famous, loosely knit collective of session artists called the Wrecking Crew, whose members recorded hundreds of the most recognizable hits, such as Simon and Garfunkel’s “Bridge over Troubled Water,” and theme songs for television productions, including M*A*S*H and Mission Impossible, beginning in the 1960s. Core members Tommy Tedesco (guitar) and Hal Blaine (drums) are among

the most recorded musicians ever, and we’ll have instruments from both to anchor an exhibit that also illustrates Chicano music and the emergence of country-rock. Elkhart, Indiana, notably became the world’s largest manufacturer of band instruments, but it also played a central role in fostering community and school bands across the nation. Taking advantage of recent donations and highlights in MIM’s permanent collection, we have an opportunity to illustrate the unique history and scale of instrument production by C. G. Conn, Beuscher, Martin, and several other brands— all based in Elkhart. Each of these cities has a distinctive musical identity, but they combine nicely to celebrate things like soul and classical music, popular hits and movie soundtracks that millions of us have heard, school bands that so many have experienced, and spectacular parades. In coming years, we may plan to use this gallery space to feature more cities, but it is exciting to watch a major transformation in the United States / Canada Gallery now and share some brand-new musical stories at MIM. ▪

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As conservator, Correa examines, documents, repairs, and maintains musical instruments and other objects in MIM’s collection.

MIM WELCOMES NEW CONSERVATOR Examining, documenting, and maintaining the collection With a collection of more than 13,600 musical instruments and artifacts from around the world that is continually growing, conservation efforts are very important at MIM. Conservation work helps maintain and document the collection as well as preserve instruments and artifacts that might otherwise be lost to history.

(Left) Repairs are made to the lower wooden block and rib of a violin.

MIM is eager to continue those efforts by welcoming its new conservator, Rodrigo Correa-Salas. Born in Santiago, Chile, Correa comes from a family that celebrates music and the arts, as many relatives are artists themselves. His older brother is a painter and sculptor; another brother is a pianist and orchestra conductor; his mother was a ballerina and Spanish dancer; and his grandfather was a renowned violinist and orchestra conductor.

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(Right) The front cover is glued back on a cello after adjusting the sound post.


Prior to MIM, Correa worked as a luthier, instrument conservator, cellist, and music educator for nearly two decades in the United States, Puerto Rico, Chile, and Panama. For fourteen years, he was the curator and custodian of Maestro Casals’s violoncello at the Pablo Casals Museum, and he was also the official luthier of the annual Casals Festival in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Casals’s same violoncello is currently on display in MIM’s Artist Gallery. “It’s nice to be back with the instrument I helped maintain and conserve for many years,” says Correa. “It’s like seeing a good friend again.”

through a large window, providing guests with a behind-the-scenes glimpse of collection maintenance and preservation. To give guests a more detailed view of conservation efforts, Correa brought his work even closer to the window. Set up as a workshop, the space showcases Correa’s projects in action as well as his process of conserving instruments and artifacts. “I am really happy and excited to be here. People are proud to be a part of MIM,” says Correa. “The team members and volunteer team members are amazing. I hope that my work contributes to maintaining the quality of this great and beautiful museum.” ▪

Correa graduated from the Conservatory of Music of Puerto Rico with a bachelor’s degree in music education and a minor in violoncello performance. He later received an associate of science degree in string instrument technology from the Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University, while also studying the cello. Throughout his life, Correa has played in various orchestras as well as with baroque, classical, and popular music groups in the United States and the Caribbean. In addition to his extensive background as a luthier and conservator, Correa’s experience as a musician brings a unique perspective when caring for instruments.

Correa plays Maestro Casals’s violoncell0.

“I love music and architecture, and my work lets me combine both,” says Correa. “My goal in life is to make music.” Correa works primarily in MIM’s Conservation Lab, which can be viewed

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Members of Chile Canta y Baila teach dances from the Andean region of northern Chile during MIM’s Experience Cultural Program “Experience the Andes.”

WE GRATEFULLY ACKNOWLEDGE OUR DONORS, MEMBERS, AND COMMUNITY PARTNERS Thanks to all who help support MIM today and for the future This list reflects donors who gave $250+ from January 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017. $1 MILLION+ Bob Ulrich & Diane Sillik

Target Corporation Thunderbirds Charities

$200,000+ The Molly Blank Fund Google K

$25,000+ Alliance Residential Company ansrsource K Arizona Commission on the Arts Jay Dudley & Ron Dobry P Michele & Matthew Feeney Marc Leo Felix Flinn Foundation Michael & Berit Francis Ira J. Gaines & Cheryl J. Hintzen-Gaines Evelyn and Lou Grubb Charitable Fund Rector Rockhill U.S. Bank & U.S. Bank Foundation Western Refining

$100,000+ The Kemper and Ethel Marley Foundation Karen & Curt Ulrich $50,000+ APS M K Burke Family Foundation John & Joan DʼAddario Foundation Sanderson Lincoln M K Elaine F. Stepanek Foundation

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$20,000+ City of Phoenix, Office of Arts and Culture Randall & Katherine Schneewind Snell & Wilmer L.L.P. M K $15,000+ Babette & Richard Burns P Linda & Ron Jones J.W. Kieckhefer Foundation Jason Kostal & Kostal Guitars M C Residence Inn Phoenix Desert View at Mayo Clinic K The Revada Foundation, courtesy of the Estates of Reva and David Logan $10,000+ Angelo & Micheline Addona Forrest & Jennifer Ashley


Alexandra O. Bjorklund Tim & Jacqueline Byers Lorraine L. Calbow Chamber Music America David & Karen Divine P Dan & Ruth Haggerty F. Edward & Carol J. Lake Carl & Marilyn Mammel Mary Ann & John Mangels Martin Guitar Charitable Foundation Teresa & Robert McMahon Lois & Moe Nozari M C Judy Pelham Vicki & Allen Samson The Susanne and Gary Tobey Family Foundation Hao and Michelle Wang Foundation Robert & Mary Ward $7,000+ Buuck Family Foundation Daniel Henkin Estate C Jeff & Linda Leinwand MUFG Union Bank, N.A. $5,000+ Anonymous (2) Jett & Julia Anderson P Kathleen & Steve Ashby Peggy J. Brehm Niranjan & Savita Chandragiri Mee Chung & Christopher H. Cole Gail Dorn & Steve Beddor Char & Greg Duppler Diane & John Eckstein Frances Emerson & Robert McClurg Seija Farber Christopher J. Fussner Beverly N. Grossman Thomas P. & Genevieve M. Houlihan Kurien & Prasanna Jacob Bob Janecek & Brenda Baar M –Money

Maninder & Ramit Kahlon Ken & Carol Kasses Jane & Bruce Lawson Fifi & Ronald Levin Dr. & Mrs. Robert F. Lorenzen Kalidas & Darlene Madhavpeddi Karen & Richard Maguire Merle & Paul Marcus Elizabeth Merchant Margaret T. Morris Foundation Bob & Edit Murray Ann Phillips Piper Family Fund Rusty & Mary Jane Poepl Foundation Phyllis & Dennis Propp Laree & Arch Rambeau John & Lois Rogers April Salomon & Kara McVey Mary & Paul Sauser Jean & Dick Savage Raghu & Sudha Sawkar Mary & Douglas Scovanner Hannah Selznick; Hannah's Oboes LLC P Paula & Aaron Sherman Twiford Foundation Irene H. Vasquez Sandra J. Werner Jim Widland & Julie Neerken Wolfe Family Charitable Trust $3,500+ Jeffrey Heimer & Linda Brock P The Martin Guitar Company C Jerry & Jo Ellen Preradovic S.F. & Georgiann Scritsmier Robert & Susan Williams C $2,500+ Anonymous Arizona Cardinals Charities Susan & Lee Berk P Elizabeth Biaett & Gary Dickey P Carlton L. Boren Family C Donna & Franklin Brown Joe & Elizabeth Chan C – Collections

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Stacey & Mark Chulew Mariam Cohen & Barry Schnur P Danielle Victoria Music Foundation Tim & Linda Dempsey P Charles & Eileen Dubroff George & Michelle Yules Fischler Jacqueline Franklin P Carolyn & John Friedman Charles A. Geer Family Fund Thomas R. Granfield P Robert & Susan Greenberg Jane & John Guild The Haugh Family Trust Jim & Kathy Henderson P Leslie Hall & Ted Jarvi P J. W. Johnson Family Charitable Trust Paul & Kathy Kaleta P Kawai America Corporation C Jane & John King Shari & Robert Levitan Christine Lindley Marcia & Jim Lowman Nancy & John Mallinson Evan Maurer In Honor of Bob Ulrich & Marc Felix C Gary & Laura Maurer P Georgetta Jane Mitchell C Kristy & Tim Moore Lowell Pickett Joc Rawls Steve Rosenstock & Susan Macvean P Helen J. Ross & Ronald J. Antoniono P Susan Sacks & Jim Andrews P Jan & Paul Schrage The Simonson Foundation Marcus & Ramona Steadman Gail & Daniel Tenn P Daniel Terpack & Anita Wallace P Eugenie C. Trotter & Jack E. Watson P Jim Twetten

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$2,500+ continued Bruce Ulrich Erwin Ulrich Gretchen Ulrich Rita Ulrich Roy Ulrich Esther Villalobos & Manuel Jordán Pat & Larry Winthrop Jan & David Wood Hugh & Diane Zentmyer P $2,000+ Christine & John Augustine Dr. Lucinda Harris & Mr. Scott Helmkamp Barbara & David Kirr Jemma Kopel In Memory of LeRoy Kopel Leo & Hermine Philippe Caroline & Jack Zachary

$1,000+ Anonymous(2) American Endowment Foundation American Online Giving Foundation Laura & Pete Atwell Peggy & Dale Baker Jeff & Mary Bander Shoba & Jay Bastani Dr. Doug Bauer David R. Beach & Carmen M. Rigau David & Carmen Blake Ed Boleky & Sandy Scarsella David R. Bornemann Michael Brooks Robert Bulla Judy & Robert Cecka Dorothy & Bill Cohen Colletti-Fiss, LLC

Ruth R. Grafius Joan & Richard Greene Charlotte & Craig Haase Anne & Nick Hackstock Susan & Phil Hagenah Haldeman & Roudybush Steve & Joy Hannon Barbara & Robert Hathorne Laura & Jim Herbster Michael & Susan Hooley Pamela L. Howard & Thomas F. Castle Stephen F. Hull Laurel & Lee Hutchison The Ierley Family Fran Johansen Raj Joneja Michael & Barbara Jones Margaret & Jamie Kapner Mary & Donald Kayser Gabrielle Klein

“Whatever you are picturing in your mind, multiply it by 100 and maybe you’ll get a sense of how cool this place is.” —Carey Wilson, Facebook review

$1,500+ Jeff & Sara Arbetman C Ernie Borgoyne C Drum Workshop, Inc. C Paul & Patsy Ellsworth Henan Museum C Clifford & Laura Jones Joan & Lenny Kalmenson Kinder Morgan Foundation Kowalski Family C Thomas & Sheri Levin Moog Music, Inc. C Nancy Naylor Sally & Clive Sherling Mr. Robert St. John & Ms. Melanie Searle Randy Stone & Jim Hahn Stephania & Bruce Williams Carole & John Wooldrik

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Consulado General de México en Phoenix, Arizona C Debbie Cornell Toby Cossman Barbara Crisp & Mark Nemschoff Paul Dionne Don & Shari Dixon Daniel & Daryl Dubrovich Paul & Karen Dykstra Dan & Carole Eitingon Brynn & Jeff Evanson Mary & Bob Farmer Ann & George Fisher Freeport-McMoRan Foundation Dr. Monica Gaughan Paul Giancola & Carrie Lynn Richardson Shirley Glickman Russell & LeAnna Goldstein

Lisherness Foundation Donald & Roberta Livesay Evelyn Lucking Roberta & Stan Marks Larraine R. Matusak, PhD James & Jean Meenaghan Matt & Ann Melsheimer Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation Naomi Caras-Miller & Alvin Miller Arlene & Steven Mirer William Moeller In Memory of Joanne Moeller Moore Family Foundation James & Kathleen Moran Scott O'Connor Ted Olsen Judith & Donald Opatrny Charlotte & Robert Otto


ZOUK / SOCA EXHIBIT EXPLORES VIBRANT POPULAR MUSIC Antillean bands fuse local sounds with technology Beginning in the 1980s, a popular music revolution swept through the Lesser Antilles, as illustrated in the Latin America Gallery’s new exhibit “Zouk/Soca: The Lesser Antilles.” Innovative bands began to merge local island sounds with international styles and new MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) technology. While most of the content in the Latin America Gallery emphasizes traditional music and the historical roots of popular genres, the Zouk/Soca exhibit is a tribute to the cosmopolitan spirit and cultural influence of popular Antillean bands in the last few decades. Artists from the Lesser Antilles created these contemporary sounds from digital synthesizers, samplers and percussion sequencers, electric guitar and bass, brass section, and acoustic drums. Several examples can be seen and heard at the Zouk/Soca exhibit. Some display highlights include a first edition model of an Akai music workstation, which combines digital audio sampling, MIDI sequencing, and percussion pads; a Roland keytar that uses MIDI signals to activate sound from a synthesizer; and a keyboard rack featuring a 1980s vintage Roland digital synthesizer.

element of musical sound, including pitch, volume, rhythm, timbre, and more. While the musical genres of compas, calypso, soca, and dancehall originated in the larger islands of Haiti, Trinidad, and Jamaica, musicians and audiences throughout the smaller Antillean islands helped fuel their continued evolution and popularity. “Prolific bands like Kassav’ are cultural heroes in the French Antilles,” says Daniel Piper, PhD, MIM’s curator for Latin America and the Caribbean. “In the world of music, they literally put the region on the map and succeeded in expressing the contemporary identity of Caribbean people who are as savvy to international trends as they are rooted in island culture.” ▪

MIDI technology was an important musical tool both in the studio and on stage as it transmitted digital signals for each

Curator Daniel Piper’s song recommendations: “Maldón” by Zouk Machine for French-Creole zouk style “Soca Tatie” by Byron Lee and the Dragonaires for soca music

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STEM GALLERY OFFICIALLY OPENS AT NEW SIGNATURE EVENT Guests discover science and music through hands-on programming MIM’s Signature Events typically focus on a country, region, or legendary music artist, but in January, a new Signature Event, called “Discover Science at MIM,” explored topics of STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) and music. Focusing on these subjects allows guests to discover connections between science and music that exist in their everyday lives. Many students are learning about STEM in the classroom, and “Discover Science at MIM” gave guests the opportunity to have fun while exploring these concepts together through activities such as a community music jam, an octobasse demonstration, demonstration stations about the science of sound, and more. The exciting new Signature Event also served as the grand opening of MIM’s new STEM Gallery, an innovative space that explores the scientific concepts inherent in music. The impulse to innovate is innate and continually impacts how we consume and appreciate music. Guests observe how scientific and technological

advancements are offering new ways to create and enjoy music. Changes in earphone styles and types is one example of such innovation. While this allows for music to be enjoyed from anywhere, listening to music at high-volume levels can damage hearing. Experts from the Dangerous Decibels® program, who helped create original content for the STEM Gallery, discussed the importance of hearing safety for lifelong music appreciation. As science and other STEM subjects become increasingly important to education today, MIM’s Education and Public Programs Department will continue to offer professional development sessions for educators focused on STEM and music and will also highlight several artists in the Artist Residency Program who use music to open kids’ minds to STEM learning. “MIM is a dynamic environment and we want to remain a great resource for educators and a source of engaging STEM content for all our guests,” says Brian Dredla, MIM’s director of education and public programs. ▪

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Colin Pearson, MIMʼs curator for Asia, Oceania, and the Middle East, gives an octobasse demonstration at “Discover Science at MIM.”


$1,000+ continued Mr. & Mrs. Joseph C. Palais William Passey Julia Paulsen Drs. Carol & Richard Peairs Jody Pelusi Marilyn & Harry Pelz Kay Pickett In Honor of Lowell Pickett & Karen Sternal Larry Polhill Teresa Kim Quale Keith & Kelley Reese Janet & Dan Schalk Randy & Carol Schilling Perry & Ann Sells Carol & Mike Sherwin Lowell & Debra Shinn

Suzy & Cap Witzler Dr. Judith G. Wolf Karen S. Wood-Nackard Robin & Stephen Woodworth Barry & Barbara Zemel $500+ Anonymous (23) Daniel & Sylvia Adelmann Sandy Adler & Family Leslie & David Alexander Chris & Paul Amaden Mark & Rosemary Anders Jerry & Martha Andreatos Garry & Judy Antler Gregory Ash & Susan Johnson-Ash Ashkin Family Gift Fund

Peter & Quang Budnick Jerry & Deborah Bullins Joy Bunt & Linda Turley Mark Burnstein Roberto & Rita Cantillo Margie & Chad Carpenter Barbara & Roger Carter Winston Carter & Anne Gazzaniga Gerald & Guinevere Cassidy Lawrence Castle Rick Cebalt & Carole Zimmerman In Memory of Constance Cebalt Champion Family Charles Schwab & Co. Inc. Joe & Rose Circello Coleman Family

“The exhibits are beautifully designed to celebrate the art and cultures of music while teaching the science behind it. Every person, at any age, will enjoy spending time at MIM and are likely to hear music differently as a result.” —Laurie Wells, Doctor of Audiology and Senior Regulatory Affairs Specialist, 3M Personal Safety Division

Stuart & Nancy Siefer Daniel J. & Evelyn G. Simon Elaine & Ferdinand J. Smith III Southwest Traffic Engineering, LLC Shoshana & Robert Tancer Dr. Thomas & Tommye Taylor J. Bruce Tominello & Lawrence E. Kirchner Michael Ulissey & Gretchen Van Tassel Michael & Anne Vetter Richard & Sharon Wand Geoffrey & Christine Watts Melanie & Colission Wells Cynthia Westberg Steve White Jerry & Susie Wilson

Abby Atkins & Richard Komm Patricia & Frank Atlee B & A Consulting Partners Teresa & Kevin Baker Anita & Bryan Bakke Rick & Nancy Barber Gay & Ron Baukol Paul & Mary Ellen Baump Sandy & Geoff Beer Maria & Tony Beram David & Martha Bills Barry & Jean Bingham Chuck & Soozi Bolte Gregory Bongiorno Robert Breece Arlyn & Rex Brewster Doug & Peggy Briggs Stephanie Brown

Roland & Maxine Coleman Katherine L. Collier Robin Collins Jonathan & Susan Colner Richard & Cindy Cook Brian & Nicole Corcoran Judie Cosentino Paula & Patrick Costello Martha Cramer Maj. Gen. & Mrs. A.B. Crawford, Jr. Hugh & Susan Creedon Patricia B. Dalton & Laurence Niederhofer Katie & Troy Darling Harryette & Jerry David Merri & Steve Davis Dr. & Mrs. Vito Del Deo

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$500+ continued Delmastro Building Contractors Sharon & Don Dolan Cathy & Barry Downs Michael & Linda Drawsky Jan & Leo Dressel Davis & Ann Driver Jeff Eder & Emily Martin Lorene & Herb Ely Mr. & Mrs. John Michael England William Erchul & Ann Schulte Ruth & Joe Erman Greg & Valerie Esgar Steven Esposito & Susan Ashley Mike & Judi Evans Gary & Kathy Falk Nelson Faux Joan & Edward Feddern Eunice & Carl Feinberg Dr. & Mrs. Michael Feinstein

Monica & Michael Goodwin Elaine Gordon Nancy & Richard Grobovsky Eudice & Jay Grossman Tracy R. Grubb Claude Guldner Roland & Judi Hahn Beth & Tom Hall Catherine & William Halvorsen Barbara & Ken Hand Michael & Kathleen Hanley Rae Ann Harris Seth & Lilli Harris Richard M. Hart Lee & Jane Hathaway Jane & Robert Hayoz Matthew & April Hays Michel Hebrant Mary Jo Helmick Maxine & Ralph Henig

Carolyn & David Johnston Cathy & Paul Kalenian Doctor David & Alice Katz Leonard Katzenstein Barbara Kellogg & Darrellyn Thompson Rebecca & Tom Kevern Andrew B. Kim & Wan Kyun Rha Kim Foundation Inc. Elayne Kitchen & Irwin Gorman Joy Kleiman Jeffrey & Wendy Klein Renee & Allen Klein Steve Klein Terriann & Rich Kleiner Michael Kornreich & Dona Levy Robert & Sandra Krause Scott & Sherry Kriegshauser Patricia & James LaCrosse Jim & Debra Larson

“Many of our students aren’t exposed to the type of culture promoted at the MIM. There is also a special connection some of the students experience when they see their heritage represented at the MIM.” —Rebecca Welch, Teacher

Richard & Deborah Felder Mr. & Mrs. David Ferry Warren & Barbara Field Charles & Bernadine Fillipone Robert & Cynthia Fleming Peter & Susan Fletcher Jessica & Lindy Funkhouser Emily Gagel Grace Galliano Sara & Christopher Ganir Debbie Garnett Dian Garrett Harry S. Garrett Tim & Diane Gavin General Mills Foundation Shawn Gensch Alan Gibson Stephen Lee Gilbert Goodenow Family Fund

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Ashwin Hirani & Nicole Darnall Ellen L. Hirsch Elizabeth & Fred Hoffert Ken & Beth Holec Dr. Sandra Holley & Dr. David Carter Ken Honeycutt Edward Howard Charlotte & Charles Howey Kathy & James Hoyt Dr. & Mrs. Greg Hrasky Delores & Warren Huebner Jana Huggins & Lee Nickloy Darrel & Teresa Huish Nancy Husband Intel Involved Matching Grant Program Vida Jenkins Don W. Jensen

Tom Leavitt & Darcy Goodman Gerald & Ellin Levy Dr. Shefali Gandhi-List & Mr. Daniel List Patricia & James Lohmiller Al & Elizabeth Lucas Mary Lou Lyding Stephanie Lynch Stephen & Donna Lyons Jim & Pat MacAllen Ginnie Maes Domani Maldonado Dr. Eric & Jan Mann John & Connie Manogian Kellie & Don Manthe Richard & Heather Marmor Catherine & Charles Marsh Tim & Jan Maudlin Rhonda & Steve Maun


EDUCATORS BRING MUSIC TO THE CLASSROOM Professional development classes empower local teachers

Early childhood educators explore bilateral arm movement through scarves. At a time when arts education is often overlooked in schools, MIM is working with educators in the community to help share music and the arts with more students. Throughout the year, MIM offers professional development sessions to help educators understand how the museum can be used as a resource and to share educational materials that teachers can use and adapt in their own curriculums. The sessions focus on three major themes: 1. Early Childhood Education “Build Early Skills through Music” 2. Social Studies “Create a Global Classroom” 3. Science, Technology, Engineering & Math “STEM: How Science Brings Music to Life” While “Build Early Skills through Music” is intended for educators working with very young students, both “Create a Global Classroom” and “STEM: How Science Brings Music to Life” are offered for those teaching grades 3–12.

During the sessions, educators engage in a variety of activities that promote a hands-on, artsintegrated approach to learning. In addition, participants work with members of MIM’s Education Department to create lesson plans to bring back to the classroom, earn professional development hours, and explore MIM’s galleries as they further develop lessons and plan for field trips.

“We are helping build a community of learners,” says Katherine Palmer, DMA, MIM’s curator of education. “MIM is uniquely poised to build cultural awareness in the classroom.”

Through professional development sessions, MIM hopes to arm teachers with content they feel empowered to bring to the classroom or use during a field trip at the museum. “I never thought of music being related to STEM, but it is!” says an elementary schoolteacher who recently participated in the “STEM: How Science Brings Music to Life” session. “The students at our school will love this. I feel you have opened my eyes to a new idea and I can’t wait to learn and teach it!” MIM’s professional development classes are supported by the Kemper and Ethel Marley Foundation and Elaine F. Stepanek Foundation. Preregistration is required at MIM.org. ▪

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MIM’S EDUCATIONAL IMPACT ON THE COMMUNITY Fostering an appreciation of music and culture

Janet Bedor-Bernell, museum guide, teaches students about the music and culture of Burma during a school tour.

Kids love music. They grow up singing and dancing along to it with friends at school and listening to songs on their favorite TV shows at home. MIM’s field trip program enhances that awareness of music by showing students its deeper connections to the world around them. While exploring MIM’s galleries on school tours, children learn about traditional music and dances from Africa, discover the science of sound, strike a gong just like one they see in the Asia Gallery, and so much more. Through these experiences, students develop an appreciation for diverse cultures as well as an increased understanding of the skill and imagination needed to build and play musical instruments. “A field trip to MIM is often just a starting point,” says Brian Dredla, MIM’s director 16

of education and public programs. “With everything a student can experience at MIM, learning can easily continue in the classroom after the students return to school.” In fact, many educators create class projects that use a MIM field trip and resources developed by MIM’s education team as launching pads for greater discovery and understanding. Every two-hour field trip includes an orientation video, free-choice learning, and a visit to a hands-on gallery. The field trip program also includes options for an African drumming and dance workshop or a live musical performance in the MIM Music Theater as part of the Artist Residency Program.


has welcomed more than three hundred thousand participants.

Students join the band Run Boy Run on stage during an Artist Residency Program. MIM offers a variety of field trips tailored to Arizona state standards in different subject areas. MIM expanded its most popular field trip when it opened the STEM Gallery, an innovative space that explores connections between music and science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. After visiting the gallery, educators and students leave thinking about music in new and thoughtprovoking ways. MIM plans to continue building upon these important concepts throughout the museum. “The hands-on, up-close approach to education [at MIM] is unparalleled at both stimulating motivation and creating concrete understanding of material,” says Christopher Windes, a fourth-grade teacher at Pioneer Elementary School who visited MIM on a STEM field trip. In 2017, MIM welcomed nearly seventy thousand school and youth tour participants, the largest number ever in a single year, and since opening in 2010, the museum

The growth of MIM’s field trip program underscores the desire of many teachers and school districts to find ways of using the arts to connect with other subjects. MIM recently joined the Kennedy Center’s Partners in Education program, which helps arts organizations throughout the United States to develop educational partnerships with local schools. MIM is working alongside several school districts and arts organizations to increase arts-integrated learning opportunities for Arizona students. “A visit to MIM really highlights to students that music is something that connects us all. Students realize that there are people all over the world who share their passion for music,” says Dredla. Through its field trips and other educational programming, MIM hopes to foster a deeper appreciation for music, scienc, and the arts and to continue making a positive impact on the community. ▪

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ARTIST SPOTLIGHT: KID KOALA A live puppet show, concert, and film all in one In February 2018, the MIM Music Theater welcomed renowned Montreal-based scratch DJ, composer, and music producer Kid Koala for an enchanting adaptation of his graphic novel Nufonia Must Fall. Directed by K. K. Barrett, who was Oscar-nominated for Her and a longtime production designer for director Spike Jonze, this revolutionary multidisciplinary performance was brought to life in real time with a mix of puppetry and video projection along with scores on piano, strings, and turntables by Kid Koala and the dynamic Afiara Quartet. Nufonia Must Fall shares the magical story of a lonely robot who tries to woo a workaholic girl with his love songs. Inspired as much by silent films as by comic books, this unique adaptation is a live puppet show featuring forty-seven puppets and twenty different sets, a concert, and a film all in one. The MIM Music Theater is passionate about showcasing a variety of genres, giving guests the opportunity to experience sounds from all over the world. Nufonia Must Fall offers an experience unlike any other. The audience not only witnesses all aspects of the show’s production in real time, such as scoring, filming, moving sets, and acting, but also sees the final creation. Kid Koala has collaborated with the bands Gorillaz and Deltron 3030 and has toured with artists including Radiohead, the Beastie Boys, Arcade Fire, and the Preservation Hall Jazz Band. In addition, he has contributed to film scores for Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, The Great Gatsby, and Baby Driver, whose album was nominated for the 2018 Grammy Awards. He has also composed music for the National Film Board of Canada, the Cartoon Network, Sesame Street, and Adult Swim. “In addition to its unique qualities, Nufonia Must Fall is an experience that bridges the gap between pure technology and pure aesthetics,” says Patrick Murphy, DMA, MIM’s theater manager. “The show is equal parts fascinating and fun, marrying technology and the arts into a show that is simply wonderful and engaging.” ▪

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ARTISTIC DIRECTOR’S PICKS Artistic director Lowell Pickett shares his spring concert picks We are bringing an extraordinary range of musical talent to the MIM Music Theater this spring—from a Persian tar and setar master to a rising British blues star, and from a young band celebrating the Gullah tradition of the Georgia/Carolina Sea Islands to a musician who was part of one of the biggest rock bands in the world. Following are just a handful of these concerts for which we hope you will join us during our Spring 2018 Concert Series! ARTURO SANDOVAL Friday, March 23 | 7:00 & 9:00 p.m. This dazzling, technically flawless trumpet virtuoso has won ten Grammy Awards, six Billboard Awards, and one Emmy Award since leaving Cuba in 1990. And in 2013, he received the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest U.S. award that can be given to a civilian. SAHBA MOTALLEBI WITH NAGHMEH FARAHMAND: A NOWRUZ CELEBRATION Sunday, March 25 | 7:00 p.m. A modern virtuosa of the tar and setar will celebrate the Persian New Year with Persian percussionist Naghmeh Farahmand. Montallebi’s searing virtuosity has drawn comparisons to Western rock guitarists, and her performances have been called exhilarating and transcendent. ANDY SUMMERS Tuesday, March 27 | 7:00 p.m. The lead guitar player of the Police, Summers helped define the group as a new kind of power trio with his creative use of jazz and reggae forms in rock and roll. Rolling Stone named him one of the greatest rock guitarists of all time. LINDI ORTEGA Sunday, April 1 | 7:00 p.m. An award-winning Canadian singer, she has a country-noir style blended with a voice that feels akin to Emmylou Harris or Dolly Parton. Ortega has just the right touch of twang and tremolo as she mines the backroads and honkytonks of heartbreak. THE SUN DOG TWINS Featuring Will Clipman and Leon Littlebird Wednesday, April 11 | 7:00 p.m. A mountain troubadour and a desert drummer come together to tell the stories and sing the songs of the peoples and landscapes of the Southwest—a beautiful celebration of culture. 19


$500+ continued John & Linda McClelland Charles McDonald Timothy & Candice McGuire Beverly McLaggan Josh & Chris McQueen Kim & Chris McWaters Janet & John Melamed Tony & Nikki Mendes Microsoft Corporation Curtis & Joan Miller Mike & Paulette Miller J. P. & Monique Millon Thomas & Suzanne Minas Debra & Rick Mishler Jack & Barb Mitchell James Slauson Moen In Memory Liz Montanari In Honor of Niki Cuccinotto Elena Montiel Joey & Mark Moskowitz Tito MuĂąoz Rosemary Nadeau Patricia & Bill Naumann Charles Neff Rick & Nancy Nelson Barbara Neuman Paul Neuman Thomas & Marita Neumann Walt & Karen Nielsen In Memory of Story Bannister Anne & Brad Niemiec Ronald & Suzanne Niven Peter & Sarah Novak Cindy Pagnan Barbara Perry & Derek Hayes John & Carol Peterson Petrides/Switsky Family Pitney Bowes Robert B. Polacchi Jim Prater Lee A. Prins Sr. Jay & Cheryl Quinton Kyle D. Rakestraw Pat & Gilbert Raposo Victor & Petra Ratz Ravi Shankar Foundation Dick & Ellie Reddy Linda & Charles Redman

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Rita Regev & Sidney Spector Leon & Linda Reivitz Kristina Renshaw & Michael Yarnell Angelita Reyes In Memory of Bernice S. Reyes-Akinbileje

Matt Rinn & Deborah Knight Scott & Catherine Roberts Stan G. Roberts Dale & Margie Robertson Cheryl & Paul Robillard Stanley Robinson & Gayla Wigal Russ & Lyn Rockas

Lizz Wright weaves genres of gospel, jazz, folk, pop, and blues during a concert at the MIM Music Theater.

Ida Rhea Kevin & Nancy Rhein John & Candace Richards Heidi Richmond & Tanner Leyva

Lisa & Larry Rogoff Mark & Mary Rose Fred & Cat Rosenbaum Mindy J. Rosenberg


Merle & Steve Rosskam Terie & Gary Roubos Susan E. Rowland Robert & Annette Sandler Anthony E. Sandoval, MD & Family Sarah Santana Jacqueline Schenkein & Michael Schwimmer Esther & Bill Schindler James & Jill Schlesinger Lyrna & Michael Schoon Steven & Judy Schwartz Ann & Dave Scovil Kathryn Sederholm & Michael Shultz Gary Shapiro Betsy Sherman

Nancy Tankersley Merle & Michael Tarnow Gary & Diane Thomas Gary & Anna Thomasson Mark & Judy Tiede Ed & Beth Tischner Gary & Diane Tooker William Torrey Mary Townsend & Michael Guttenplan Jeffrey & J.R. Trevas Mark & Linda Truitt Drs. Jack Tuber & Joy Schechtman Pat & Phil Turberg Louis Vergne & Susan Bugbee Emily & Bob Vincent Craig Walker

Marilyn Wurzburger Joyce & E. Leslie Young Edwin Zalewski Marie Zawtocki C Nina Zolt & Miles Gilburne $250+ Anonymous (46) Rhea & Jesse Acosta Nancy Albert Mr. & Mrs. Bryan Albue Larry & Trena Allen Ron & Virginia Allison Michael & Suzy Alpern Cindy Alt Mike Altman Llarry Amrose Alison & David Anderson

“It was a really, really moving experience seeing how many cultures exist and have their own musical history and heritage but also how they’ve wandered into each other via ancient trade routes or modern systems and everything in between.” —Kaki King, Musician

Pamela Sillars & Paul Nordberg Stephen Silvernail Sirower Family Bob & Jennifer Sloan Mel & Debra Smith Patricia & Kim Smith Madonna & Joe Smyth Rita & Mel Sorensen William Stanton Jerre & Mary Joy Stead Lou & Larry Stein Don Steinman & Ruth Greenspan Dan & Jill Stevenson Jim & Judy Stoddard John & Marcia Stout Robert & Celia Stretmater Nancy & Roger Strong Dorry & Harry Sunenshine Jerry & Sue Sweeney

Renee Walter Bob & Debra Warren Richard Warren Bill & Nettie Warriner Linda & Donald Watland Pam & Jack Watson Wiener-Levine Family Charitable Fund Rick & Rita Weinstein Larry West & Clare Kallsen Cynthia White Jill Whitener John & Nedra Wicks Bob & Sallie Wilson Gary & Nancy Wincott Phyllis & Barry Winters Roma & Raymond Wittcoff Virginia Womack & Robert Blake Diana & Delwyn Worthington

Jodene L. Anderson Brian & Natalie Andrews Lauren & Mark Andrews Ronald & Cinda Angulo Cass & Mike Antle Mr. & Mrs. John Antonaccio Thomas Armitage & Meg Parisi Jay & Rohini Arries Jami & Kerri Ash Carl & Patricia Bach Jane & Stephen Baldock Candace & John Baldwin Elyssa Baltazar Barbara Bank & Phil Finkelstein Jeanann & Bob Bartels Joyce & Kenneth Bash Tom & Brenda Bassoo Dr. Kathryn L. Bates Tom & Karen Bays

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$250+ continued Frederick & Karren Beaubien Glenn & Judy Beckett Shirley & Thomas Bekey Joan Benjamin & Larry Cherkis Dave & Ann Bennett Mr. & Mrs. Barry Beracha Megan E. Bevill Nancy Beyer & Robert Stewart Jeff Beyersdorfer Michael & Beth Biehler Floyd Bienstock & Beverly Beddow C. Win & Maxine Billingsley Gary Binder Russell & Pat Black Leslie & Jim Blakely Bryan Blancett & Nan Ater

A. Budavari Allyn Buric Dawn Busby W. L. & Betty Button Kenneth & Diane Bykowski Richard & Penelope Campana Elaine Campbell Joseph Carlon Barbara & Jim Carpenter Patti & Angel Casas Marlies & Francois Castaing Alice Cave & Richard Fletcher Mark & Nancy Chance Beth & Thomas Chelton George Childress & Elizabeth Cheche Loralei & Paul Christensen David Cichelli

Deborah Counts & Robert Bevill In Honor of Megan Bevill James & Paula Cowley Chuck & Gail Creasman Jim & Dee Cross Matthew Crum & Christine Hall Peter & Susan Culp Craig Culy Ronald & Sheryl Davidow Warner & Ruth Davidson Sandra Davis DC Ranch Community Council Joan De Jong & William B. Butkowsky Alycia de Mesa Paula Deanda & Bruce Grant David Decker In Honor of Linda Althoff

“Without actually traveling, the [ Junior Museum Guide] program has expanded [my daughters’] minds internationally. They have also been able to apply some of this knowledge at school. It is great when the teacher asks why they know that information!” —MIMkids Junior Museum Guide parent

Kent & Colleen Blaylock David & Sarah Bodney Trude Boodt Tim & Bonnie Brady Stephen & Sara Brandenburg Richard & Helen Brandt Sylvia & Dean Brekke John Broan Jessica Brodie Jean & Robert Brooks Laura & Arch Brown Terry Brown Leslie Brun Julia & Ross Bruner Craig & Suzy Bruya Steven J. Bruzonsky Janet & Bruce Buchanan Robert Buchanan

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Patricia Clark In Memory of Wendell D. Clark Michael & Joyce Clinton Sunny Coats & Tom Roberts Diana & Steve Cobb Ethelyn Cohen Jonathan & Alison Conant Les & Judy Conklin Michael Conley & Eileen Hyatt John Conrad Jeffrey Cook & Sharon Mittelman Catherine Coolidge Joseph Cooper Ed Corwin & Toni Logar Walter & Patricia Cosand John & Susan Costantino

Linda & John Dejeu Miguel & Gertrude del Toro Jan & Maurice Delage Dale & Karen Demastus Dee & Wayne Dennis William & Ann DeVinney Suzanne Diamond & Dimitri Haniotis Fran & Paul Dickman Marc Dinnerstein Karen M. Doolittle Kimberly K. Dorris Joyce C. Doucette Alexander & Christine Douglas Lonny & Lisa Draper Brian Dredla David Dudas & Darcy Detweiler Dave & Candy Dugdale


Melissa & Robert Dupree Jay Eaglstun & Debra Pearson Earful Recording Violet & Mike Eason Emily Ecker Paul & Flo Eckstein

Mavis Erdmann Glenn Essebaggers & Wendy Crawford Randal T. & Sharon Evans Patrick & Anita Evers Carol & Milton Fabert

A junior museum guide leads a tour during “Experience Polynesia.�

Carl Einstein C. Elliott Steve Engel Tibor Engel Jillian Engle David & Bonnie Engstrom

Bobbie Falk Reverend Feather Jack & Alice Fedor Patrick Feeney Steven & Gwendolyne Feinberg Ira & Arlene Fertik

Leonard & Diane Fine Deborah & Lee Finkel Charles Fiss & Jennifer Schuck Frank & Diane Flider Gine & Conrad Flury Jo & Marcy Flynn Maureen & Edward R. Flynn, PhD Regina Flynn James & Miko Foard Naydja Fogarty Floyd & Phyllis Fortuin Janeth Franklin Lillian Franklin & Wallace Vaine Amy Franks Darla & Steve Frantz Talie & Sam Freedman Eugene & Edie Friedman Drs. J. Cooper & M. Friedman Jill & Scott Frier Lynn & Foster Friess Karen Fritchie Sharon & Lou Gadless Leslie Irwin-Garcia & Lawrence Garcia Stephanie & Morris Garfinkle Patricia Gates Dorothy Geis Gemsue & Meb Zach Gerbarg & Donna Garr Debra Prue Gerry Yann & Mitch Glicksman Global Impact Brian Goaziou Suzanne & Norman Goldberg Cheri & Stu Goldstein Janis Goldstein Arnold & Linda Gorin Daniel Gorman Joe & Jeanne Goryeb Ashu Goyle, DO Cindy & Rob Graham Bill & Ann Gray Ed Gray Steve & Charlotte Gray Robert & Candace Greer Jeff & Robin Greeson Steve Gronek & Patti Shaw Dorothy Gross Toni Gross & John Conley

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$250+ continued Christine & Robert Grosse Diane & Gary Grove Elin & Douglass Guenther Cynthia Guinn & William Martin Norman & Sandra Haas Dr. Meryl H. Haber & Jeanne B. Haber Barbara T. Habig Marlene Halden Faith A. Hamilton Gail Hamp Michael & Terri Hanshew Gerald Hanson Richard & Peggy Harray William & Barbara Harrison Milton Hathaway & Meredith Peabody Ulrich & Lacey Hauser Patricia Mordigan Hawkins

Steve Hinders In Memory of Barbara Hamann Phyllis Hirsch Carol & Carl Hodus Joan & Jeff Holmes Jim & Geri Hongslo James Hopkins Larry & Denise Horn K. & F. Hosner Bill Howard & Judy Smith Marilyn & Joseph Hughey William & Toni Huser Fred & Cathy Hutton Illinois Tool Works Foundation James Imholte & Laura Blackwell Eric & Mary Kay Inglett Robert Izard Chuck & Madeleine Jackson Sandra Jacobson

Joel & Elaine Kellmanson Philip Kennicott & Mary Gray Robert L. Kern Lois Kinsella Dick & Dee Kling Faye Klitsner Don & Helen Knutzen Frank & Leanne Koonce Gene & Eloise Koonce Diane Kowaleski Barbara & Graham Kretchman David Krieg Sandra & John Krisch Shelley Krispin Glenn Kroemer Henry M. Kuller John Lahman Cheryl & Barry LaKritz Linda & William Langer Bob & Sue Lanting

“I feel so extremely grateful for the blessing to be able to pay such a small fee to travel through time, cultures, people, experiences, and emotions. . . . I am eternally grateful.” —Adelina Lee, Facebook review

Corinne Hayes Michael & Kathryn Hayes Christian Hedegaard-Schou & Lillian Baker Carl & Margaret Hedlund James & Judith Heidkamp Tony & Paula Heil Stephen Herman, MD, & Carol Soderquist, Esq. Richard Hertz & Doris Meyer Eric & June Hess Hibbs & Shedden Glenn & Audrey Hickman Barbara & Trey Higgens Lori & Earl Hightower Jacqueline & Ken Hillman Brian & Beth Hindenburg

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Mr. & Mrs. Phillip & Cheryl Jalowiec Michelle & Anthony Johns William & Ellen Johnson In Memory of Hye Ja Kim Karen & Jim Jones Karen & Frick Jones Mary Ann Jorgenson Jay & Margaret Jurgemeyer JW Marriott Phoenix Desert Ridge Resort & Spa K Alice Kahn Emily Kahn Leslie & David Kammerer Ed & Sherri Katz Kenneth & Judith Keene Charletta & Rick Keller Scott Kelley

Joseph J. & Joyce L. Lavin Elizabeth Lawson Bruce & Nancy Layton Barb & Tom Leard Mary & Duwayne LeBlanc Walter & Nancy Lees Mollie & Doug LeFevre Rose & Norman Levine Brad Levkowitz Marvin & Edie Lewis Douglas Liebman Joanna & Mauro Lima Vaz Sam H. Lin Ruth Lippman Michael J. Long Rae & Richard Love Jim & Marilynn Loving Vonnie Lowman & Mike Hoke


DONOR SPOTLIGHT: THE MOLLY BLANK FUND Thank you for sharing the arts with our community

educational field trips and MIMkids Mini Music Makers, the museum’s early childhood music-and-movement courses designed for children aged 0–5. “Molly lived a full life and loved to teach kids,” says Michael. “It’s nice to share that part of her with the children who visit MIM.” The grant will allow MIM to welcome more than nineteen thousand students from Arizona’s Title I schools with high concentrations of lowincome students and at-risk youth for field trips, as well as three thousand students from kindergarten through second-grade for the Artist Residency Program by the end of the 2019– 2020 school year.

“The arts are often underfunded in schools Michael and Carmella Blank of the Molly Blank Fund today,” says Carmella Blank, Michael’s wife Molly Blank was a philanthropist, an who also plays an active role in the family’s artist, a source of inspiration for her philanthropy. “Coming to MIM is great multigenerational family, and so much more. exposure for children to see the world and Above all, she believed in the importance of learn about music, geography, and cultural giving back and making a difference in the differences.” community—values she fostered in her sons, Michael and Arthur Blank, at an early age. After she passed away at the age of ninetynine in 2015, the Molly Blank Fund was established to continue supporting causes important to her. Today, the Molly Blank Fund focuses its investments on programs and organizations that support at-risk youth, Jewish causes emphasizing social justice and interfaith coalitions, and the arts and culture.

Through their contribution to MIM, Michael and Carmella look forward to seeing the positive impact of music and the arts on young lives. Both believe strategic giving to local charitable causes results in greater and more immediate impact. “You only pass through life once, so make it count,” Molly once said. ▪

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VTMs Maura Betler and Cary Oleisky at the upper El Río Information Desk

NEW VOLUNTEER TEAM MEMBERS REFLECT ON 2017 Thank you to all VTMs for your dedication and support From Guest Service to MIM’s galleries, through the hallways and beyond, volunteer team members (VTMs) impact nearly every area of the museum. In 2017 alone, VTMs served more than fiftyfour thousand hours. MIM is deeply grateful for their unwavering dedication and support in creating a welcoming and fun guest experience, sharing MIM’s mission, and helping foster an appreciation for the diverse musical cultures of the world. The MIM volunteer team currently boasts more than four hundred members. VTMs join the team throughout the year, and ninety-two passionate community members dedicated their time and talents as new VTMs this past year.

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All VTMs bring diverse, interesting backgrounds and experiences to MIM and continually learn from one another. Karl Kasowski, a recently retired probation officer and music therapist, joined the volunteer team as an Experience Gallery and museum guide in August 2017 with the hope to continue learning while giving back to the community. “MIM is a class-act institution,” says Kasowski. “So far, my experience has been fun, fascinating, challenging, and interesting. It’s a great opportunity to be creative.” His favorite part about volunteering at MIM so far has been the educational component, as he is always learning something new on his own and from other VTMs and team members.


Chuck and Madeleine welcome guests to the galleries and answer their questions as gallery guides. Both have enjoyed their experiences as VTMs and especially like meeting new people and seeing how excited children are when they have the chance to play instruments like the ones on display in the Experience and Encore Galleries.

VTM Kasowski leads students through the STEM Gallery, teaching them about connections between science and music. Through volunteering at MIM, Kasowksi was thrilled to have the chance to learn about the museum’s new special exhibition, Ancient Musical Treasures from Central China: Harmony of the Ancients from the Henan Museum, and to share the extraordinary instruments and artworks on display with guests.

“I love meeting people from all over the world and seeing how music truly touches all people,” says Chuck. “With MIM’s diverse guests, you can see that music is for everyone; it’s a common theme among us.” MIM is always eager to welcome new, passionate VTMs to its ever-growing team of community members who volunteer in a multitude of ways. To learn more about MIM’s volunteer opportunities, e-mail volunteer@MIM.org or visit MIM.org. ▪

Husband and wife Chuck and Madeleine Jackson, who also became VTMs in 2017, first saw the MIM building off the highway one day, decided to visit, were amazed by the museum, and enthusiastically signed up to volunteer. “Museums can be intimidating, but you don’t feel that way at MIM,” says Madeleine. “MIM is interactive and friendly, and the team here is extremely helpful.”

VTM Gary Butrymowicz leads a drumming circle during a field trip.

In the Experience Gallery, VTM Maya Glicksman tunes a banjo.

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$250+ continued David & Peggy Lucas Thomas & Margaret Lucey Bill & Grace Lund Dennis D. Lund David & Lee Lundberg Paul Lustig Madlant Jon & Bonnie Maginn Robin & Scott Mallory Stephen & Joyce Manes John & Joanne Manning Miriam & Gary Marcus Mary Ann Markarian Irene & William Marsh Patricia & Hugh Mason Virginia Massey Linda Lou McCall, Exxtra Foxx Music LLC John & Heather McCann Sherry McClain Sanford & Barbara McCormick Michael McCullough Paul & Carla Mcelrath Roger McFadden Dale & Cheryl McFarland Michael & Jerilyn McGehee Beverly & Jack McGoffin Joyce McGowan Jo & Thomas McGraw Jane & Jim Meeker Stewart & Sandra Metosky Linda & Harry Meyer Nicole & David Meyerovitz Elizabeth Meyers Arthur & Mollie Meza Mary Michel Sharon & Donald Mickus Douglas Miers Kirk Miles Michael Milhaupt Abbie Milisci Joe Millea Keith Miller Peggy & David Miller Susan Miller Dr. & Mrs. Glenn J. Miner Regina Marie Miskewitz Patrick & Carlene Moehn The Molnar Family

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George Monoson Kathryn Moon John & Veronique Morrison Gerald Morrow Sandra C. Moses Thomas & Judy Mosher

Ed & Cheri Najim Mark Naylor Ronald & Georgia Nelson Ronald & Patricia Nelson John & Judy Nerison Arnold & Anita Newman Craig & Sharon Noll

A note from a 3rd grade student who visited MIM for a field trip.

Ellenor Mueller & William B. Stern Susan Muha Patrick Murphy Allen Nahrwold

William & Mary Novotny Victoria Obenshain & Daniel Darby Faith & Bruce Oberstein Suzanne & William Oelman


Deborah Offenhauser & Lloyd Shaffer Mattie Ohl Eric & Aiga Olander Beth Saiki-Olsen & Morgan Olsen Robert & Helen OʼNeill George & Linda Orr Nancy & Don Orr Eric & Victoria Ossowski David C. & Cathleen J. Ostermeyer Kathleen OʼSullivan & John Crabb Martin & Carol OʼSullivan Anne & Robert Oswald Joe & Heather OʼToole Twyla & Carl Otte John & Beth Oujiri Rachel Page

Anthony Petullo & Beverly Trier Chris Phillips Holly & Jonathan Pixley Nancy & Fred Pocock Robert Pompa Ellen & Walter Poor Elodee Portigal Nancy & Allan Poster J. David Prest Florence & Louis Priebe Prudential Financial Inc. Michael & Deborah Puglia Donald & Jo Ann Puyear Quicksilver Constructors, Inc. Colleen Ragland Jorge Ramirez Sharon Re Carolyn & Charles Ready Lorelei & Pete Redding Ruth & Tom Reese

Cherre Rogers Mr. & Mrs. Al Ronca Gil & Harriet Rosen Joan & Richard Rosenblatt Marlene Ross Kent & Mira Rossman Mary & Victor Ruberto Thomas & Narita Rusling Forrest & Beth Russell Rita & Richard Russell Rita & Charlie Russella John Ryan David & Marilyn Sager Mary & Myron Sailer Lynne & Robert Saltz Kara Salvagno Erik Samarpan & Alyson Coppin Marcia Sandground Susan & William Sands Dennis & Martha Sargent

“This was my favorite field trip of 5th grade so far. I have a new respect for music and instruments, they are amazing things.” —Angelica, Student

Katie Palmer Thos Palmer James Panzak Charles Paquet Jr. & Tracy Mertens Jacques & Mary Patry Cecil & Wilma Patterson Robert & Nancy Paul Chayada & Colin Pearson In Memory of Sim & Samut Bunchoo Chris & Diane Peck Bill & Ellie Pendleton Karin Perez Isabel Perkins Carolyn Perlow & Gary Glenner Chris & Carol Perry Randall & Roberta Perry Michael & Caroli Peterson

Laura Reiben Virginia Rein Rennie Family Susan S. Repko Susan Resnik & Stanley Marks Reginaldo C. Reyes & Jeffry Lusiak C. Rex & Ann M. Rice Hallie & Steven Richards Jean M. Richau Jeannine & Sid Richison Richard & Leslie Ridenour Annabel Rimmer & Ronald Cates Gail A. Rittenhouse In Memory of William & Laurel Rittenhouse Michael Roach William & Barbara Robertson Rosalind Robinson

Joshua Sawicki Richard & Sandra Schaefer Joe & Mary Ann Schaffer Steven & Lois Scheiner Suzi K. Scheller Janet & Philip Schempf Barbara & Jeffrey Schlein Karol & John Schlicher Jim Schmidt Kathy & Rick Schmitt Barry & Willa Schneider Robin & Harlan Schneider Paul & Barbara Schnur Olin & Joan Schocket Lisa & Scott Schoneman Robert & Jeanne Schulz Arleen & Fred Schwartz Connie Schwartz Thomas & Carolyn Schwartz

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$250+ continued Cliff W. Schweitzer Tracy & Marc Schwimmer Joan & Mack Schwing Scott Family Robert & Marie Scott Christa Seagren Karen & Henry Seduski Susan & Mark Sendrow Nancy & John Settles Scott & Judi Severson John & Pat Seybolt William & Mary Seymour Judd Shafer & Benjamin Judd-Shafer John Shanholt & Gail Kern Mayor Shanken & Sharon Lewis Karen Shannon Rabbi Ronald M. Shapiro

Craig D. Smith & Anita Stienstra Bob & Cathy Snair Phyllis & Arthur Soben Rodo & Susan Sofranac Cindy & RIch Sonstelie Rick & Joanne Soued Jeff Southard Lisa Spahr & John Engen Mark & Lolita Spiro Suzanne & Austin Spitzer Phil & Ruth Stahl Jim & Kathleen Stamatis Rena Steele Steps Counseling Center, LLC Rosamond Stern Charlie Sthapanachai Jim & Linda Stinson Howard & Cathy Stone Lynda & Rick Strusiner

George Tingom Lourdes Guerrero-Tiro & David Tiro Reinhold M. Tischler Jerry & Linda Toomer Martin & Pamela Turman Richard & Barbara Turman Allyn & Audrey Tuschen Bert & Scott Umbreit Andrej Urumov & Pelagia Kouloumberis Joe Uzelac John & Maggie Valiante Harold & Linda Vansickle Joan & Gerald Vandevoort Alex & Jackie Vaver John & Mary Versosky David & Donna Vessey Tami Vogel

“When I go to the Musical Instrument Museum, I feel better about the world, I feel better about humanity, because musical instruments and music-making between all the peoples of the world are related. . . . These instruments bring us together.” —Mark O’Connor, Three-time Grammy-winning musician

Kenneth & Elizabeth Li Sharpe Hilary Sheevers & Neil Conklin Maureen Shields & Allen Shimizu Arthur & Charlotte Shull Jayne & Allan Siegel Ellie Simpson Larry Sims Kai & Karen Singbartl Shelly Singer & Barry Potekin James Sizemore In Memory of Dianne Sizemore Barbara J. Skala In Memory of June D. Skala Robert Skelton Barry & Nancy Slavin Cathy & Randall Smith

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Susan Summerlin Nancy & William Sumner Philip & Barbara Svanoe Suzanne & Richard Swift David & Margaret Tate Teresa Tate Joan Taylor S. Edith Taylor & Christopher H. Price Patricia Teaford Inge Terpening Toni Therrien Cheri & Gene Thomas David Thomas & Lynda Soucy Ian Thomas Billie Thompson Anne & Ron Thoms Gail Thurman

Ann & Dan Von Hoff Winston & Linda Wade Lorna & Duane Wadsworth Debbie Wainwright Lawrence & Patricia Waldman In Memory of Jack & Virginia Buyck Henriette Marto Walker Richard Walter Gina Walters Claire & Myron Warshaw Phillip & Linda Watkins Elaine & William Watson Vince & Elizabeth Webb Bernard & Libby Weiner Eleanor & Warren Weinstock Sandra & Donald Weir


Mark Weisman In Memory of Fred & Lois Weisman Bob & Katie Weston Mark Wheaton Bruce Wheeler

Christopher Wieman Nancy Wildermuth Annie Williams & Steve Sampson Gary & Nicole Williams Michael Williamson & Kristine Kittleson

Fourteen-time Grammy Award winner Jerry Douglas plays the resonator guitar at MIM.

William & Patty Whitaker Donna & Frederick White John & Margaret White John & Elizabeth Whitehead Tim & Muriel Wieland

Todd Williamson Windermere Real Estate Gerald Wissink Michael & LynnAnn Wojciechowicz

Richard Yarbough Jeanette Young Kara Young & Joel Gilmore Dr. & Mrs. Harry Zemel Deborah Zepnick Diana & Joseph Zerella Andra Zildjian $150+ Joshua Ambroson Ariel & Marni Anbar Macie Anderson David & Denise Arney Kenneth Arnold Mark & Jennifer Arnold Ana Arvayo & Eric Basta Ron Ayanzen Jill & Scott Bagshaw Jacques Barbey Jeanann & Bob Bartels Sasha & Jonathan Bates Joseph & Judy Bayer Jake & Roana Bean Sara & Alan Beaudrie Jose Benito Francois Besnier Anuj Bhatnagar & Vasudha Bhavaraju David & Bonnie Bickford Daniel & Annie Biorn Leann Blasius Sara Bode Melinda & Robert Bowers Linda Bowles da Silva Robynne & Eric Boysen Misty Brecker Kimberly & Gunther Brenes Patrick & Shannon Brennan Harold & Christina Bright Molly Brizgys Staci & Jens Brown Robert & Roberta Buchanan Juan & Angelica Buenrostro Lisa & Gerald Bush Neale Call Randa Canter Elizabeth Carey David Carlson Brian Carter Kristi & Matt Carter

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$150+ continued Johnathan Cartsonis Orlando Castillo David Chapman Beth & Thomas Chelton Sophia & Philipe Chevrier Cynthia Choate & Christine Young Wayne Chuang Jennifer Clark Joslyn & Jose Coca Patty & Christopher Conroy Timothy Cope & Michelle Hazelip John & Stephanie Corder Matt Cotter Tammy & Daniel Crawford Gavan Cunniffe Van Curtis Tom Dahlberg Tamara Davis Ravinder Dawke & Manisha Gowlikar Cecilia & Joseph Day Claire DeDominicis Rick DeGraw Chris & Paola Dorsey Elena & John Dupnik Rachel & Scott Durgan Joann Echeverria Keri & Manuel Eisenberg Carson & Gabrielle Emmons Richard & Lisa Engel Mark Everist Darwin Fendley & Tammy Mcgee-Fendley Rita Fisler Nigel & Linda Foley James Franklin & Tammy Lee Jacqueline & Derek Fulcher Isis Gauzens Stuart & Jan Gavzy Lisa's Georges Candice Gimbel Michael & Robyn Goldberg Kevin Green Sendy Green Cheryl Greene Vince & Danita Grice Tim & Denise Griswold

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David Marquez Mike & Nancy Martin Alison & Miles Masog Margaret & John McCauley Suzanne Mcevoy Tammy McGee-Fendley Julia Mcgowan & Garett Grendy John McGregor Andrew McMahon Wendy & Steve McMinn James Meador Stuart Megdall Gwendolyn & Marc Melis Frederick & Tonya Mena Saralee & Ronald Messinger Imre Meszaros & Angela Johnson Meszaros Stan Meyer & Jacqui Hops Roxanna Meyers Erin & Ryan Miller C.J. Millette Thomas & Suzanne Minas Jennifer Mitchell & Don Johnson Rene & Karli Moreno Jeffrey & Claire Morton Chitsomanus & Rachata Muneepeerakul Andrew & Anita Murray Nadia Mustafa & Faraz Alam Murray Natkie & Nicole Karluk Pavel Nayyer & Regina Reznik Robert & Angelina Neaves Susan Newhouse Jacomina Newman-Osmon Suzanne & Palmer Nichols Denise Nigro Lauren O'Dea Colin Odonohoe Sandra Pace Rish & Betsy Pai Lisa Pallini-Ledesma Katie Palmer Jonah & Brenna Paransky Lorry Partridge Cecil & Wilma Patterson


Kristen Penny Laurie Perez & Raul Riena Joe & Concepcion Perez-Moran Jennifer Perkes & Kathy Baker Gerald & Janet Perlman Melissa Petrick Leticia & Jeff Pizzino Elena Plummer Nina Prange & Gregor Brockhaus Clara Prouty Alison Pulaski Carter Bill Quigley Charumathy Rajagopalan & Narayanan Lakshmanan Cynthia Ramey Kristina Read Jennifer & Erik Reiter Marc & Joanne Reitz Brandi & John Reynolds Joe & Jackie Rezabek Cynthia & Nick Rice David & Ginger Richards Scott & Karen Richter Mark & Sarah Riggs Rebecca Ripley & Tara Swinehart Wendy Rodriquez Al & Bev Roselieb Karla Rosette Chris & Shawna Rouns Kristi Rowley Katharine M Runyan Tamami & Brigg Sabol Stephen & Gentiana Saffron Craig & Colette Samuel Mike & Shelly Schauwecker Darla & Steve Frantz Heather & Peter Schlichting Steven & Rita Schlosser Jaynie Schultz Jennifer & James Schultz Karl Schultz & Shannon Heck Carrie & Jason Schwyn Lisa Segal Judd Shafer & Benjamin Judd-Shafer Tressia Shaw & Yebabe Mengesha Randal & Jill Shelin

Tom Shepherd & Janet Neisewander Heidi Sheridan Keith & Melody Shingler Peter & Suzanne Sills Shelly Singer & Barry Potekin The Singleton Family Sarah Smith Trevor & Kelly Smith Kyrsten & Jannelle Spann Lucia Spears Jason Stage Sara Starks & Jo Ann Hallstrom John & Karey Stevenson Adam & Aimee Stewart Christian & Stephanie Stoner Timothy & Sarah Streit Gwendolyn Strmic Jean & David Swessel Gary Taubman Kim & Alexis Thompson Elena & James Thornton William & Christine Tomlinson Daniel & Kelly Tougas Polly Turner Jamison & Heather Tyler Kevin Uliassi Rashmi & Rajesh Vaidya Patricia Van Valer Dave & Genevieve Vega Rajan & Nandita Verma Claudia & John Wagner Melanie Wainwright Ana & Rob Wallace Amy Walsh Elizabeth & Clark Warner Jeff Waters Michael Welch Susan & Eric West Bob & Katie Weston Paul & Karen Whitney Amanda Wieman Kimberly & Tammy Wold Zenebe Woldegiorgis & Tsegereda Bihongn Kristen & Chris Yearout Reine Young Ling Yu & Zhong Zu Zhang Qiang Zhan & Jingna Xia

$100+ Allan Abbott Tiffany Abbott Diane & Paul Abe Warren & Kathy Abraham Wendy & Ian Ackerman Matthew & Rebecca Acton Drew & Adriana Adams Katherine Adams Mike & Cindy Adams Philip Lewis Adams William & Carol Adams Roger Adelson Rena Agabekov Kait Ahlschwede Stryker Aiton Catherine Akins Stan & Linda Albert Elizabeth Allard Barbara Allen Rick & Tammy Allen Rick Allen Barb Allred Linda & Subhi Almutawa Lesla & Lloyd Anderson Susan & Carl Anderson The Anderson-Devine Family Herbert & Rebecca Andreen Robert & Nexy Andrews Karyn Angulo Gerald Appel Michael Arabia Jeff & Sara Arbetman Margaret Arico Arlene Ark Victor & Stephanie Arkilic Dawn & Greg Armey Orville & Marie Armstrong Debbie Arn Rosemarie & James Arnestad John Arnett & Mari Thickstun Larren Arnold & Danielle Thomas Ron & Cathy Aron Mimi Aronson Vivian Arriaga Isac Artzi & Janet Faber Jami & Kerri Ash

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$100+ continued Richard & Cynthia Ashby Mark Asplund & Isaac England-Asplund Gerhard Assenmacher Michael Assum & Janice Evans Alice Atlas-Venezia & Steve Venezia Kurt Augustine & Ann Chafoulias Ferne Avery James & Catherine Ayers Eugene Baber & Gale Johnson Joy Baber & Laura McQuain Stanley & Renee Babit K. R. Babu Nancy Bach Sekar & Abram Bachtiar Alice Bacigalupi William Badowski Marina & Shahram Bahadori Kathy Bailey David & Lea Bailis Greg Bakeberg & Mary Pepin Berte Baker Dennis & Maxine Baker Gary & Janet Baker Teresa & Kevin Baker Ambika Balasubramaniyan Alexander Baldwin Sylvia Balistreri & Bonnie Woodward Carol Ball Patricia Bambridge Christofer Bang & Gro Amdam Rebecca & Brandon Barakat Jennifer Baronowsky Jane Bard Steven & Carol Barger Ron Barnes Jill Barney Diana Barnum Peter & Irene Baron Edward Barry Hazel Barsamian Mary Bartlett Daniela & Fรกbio Bartoloni Deborah Bartz & Roger Krouskup

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Susan Bassett Brent & Tonya Batman Evan & Bee Bauer Marcella Baumann Dave Baumgartner Daryl & Jill Bauza Ann & David Beaucage Christine Beaudoin Paul Beck Sherri Beck Susan & Bill Becker Greg & Linda Bedson Cody Beecher Pamela & Donald Larimer Sally Beiderbecke Harold Beiler Jeanene Beitz Glen & Patty Bell Michael Benally Sunny Benitez-Rush & James R. Rush Arlene Bennett Kathy & Rick Bennett Margaret & Jim Bennett Paul & Candice Bennett Ellen Benshalom Tim Benson Mr & Mrs Barry Beracha Jay Berentsen Roberta Berger Suzanne Berger & Scott Pearson Annie & Larry Berle Roberta Berman Ann Berry & Martha Finley Donald & Kathy Berryman Nancy Bertino Brian Bettini William & Betty Betts Paula Beya Nancy Beyer & Robert Stewart Richard & Katherine Bicicchi Paul & Dawn Bick Mr. & Mrs. James Birchard Jerome Bischof Caprice Bitar & James Patitucci Joanne & James Black Robin Blackstone John & Linda Blackwell

Jean Blair John & Janet Blake Katie Blake Gerry & Ken Blakeman Rose Blasius Philip Blatt Rebecca Blatt & Bret Hovell Patricia Blix Sylvia Block Omer & Annie Bloyd Nancy Blue Kian & Bijan Bobrow Glaiza Boccelli Margaret Bogacz Elizabeth Bogner Craig Bohmler & Rusty Ferracane June & Matthew Bohr Paula Bollogh Richard Boncella & Joy Hughes Angela Bond-Simpson & Chris Simpson Faith Bone Travis Bone & Yamini Goswami William & Joanne Bonfield Elaine & John Bordi Nancy & Clarke Borgeson Rosa Borja Mary & Donald Bortz Janet & Rich Bottarini The Bowling Family Lee Bowman John Boyer & Patty Hackman Rick Boyle Nikki Boynton Ciara Bozarth Diane Brandenburg Scott & Diane Brandon Teodoro Brat Paula Breen Donna Brennan & James Bergey Joe & Maureen Brennan Tammy Brentlinger Ernest & Junene Briggs Richard Briggs & Margaret Filger David Brill Linda Brill Mike Briscoe


Dorothy & Eric Bron Jane Bronsky John Brooks Judith Brooks Karen & Jessica Brooks Michael Brooks Alice Brovan Bill & Susan Brown Carolyn & Jason Brown Cathy Brown Chip Brown & Terry Young Joan Brown Katharina Brown Marian Brown Michael & Stephanie Brown Robert Brown Aaron & Darra Browning Cynthia Brownlee David & Marilyn Brunn Donald Bryan Janet Bryan Susan & Doug Bryner Vicki Bryson John Buchan Mary Buckley Bruce Buffmire Diane & Frank Bulkley Jeffrey & Emma Burch George & Carol Burdick Michele Burgad Linda & Joseph Burke Suzanne & Ronald Burkey Marcia Burland Andrew Burns James Burstein Ruth & Charles Burtner Edward Busch Lionel & Jacqueline Diaz Carol & Elliorr Byall Alex Cabal Cristina Caballero Vicki & Howard Cabot Susan & Ed Cahalan James & Josephine Grace Cain Bill & Elizabeth Campbell Bonnie & Scott Campbell Jack Campbell Nancy Campbell James Cann Selina Canty & Amy Harris

Carol & Howard Caplan Timothy & Rhonda Capron Jan Caraway Kelly Carlon & Laura Hardwick Gary Carlson & Judy Paul Kenneth & Virginia Carlson Kenneth Carlson George & Anita Carmer James Carr William & Elizabeth Carr George & Mary-Margaret Carter Ginny & Steve Carter Malcom Carter R & B Carter Megan Casey Sheila & Tim Casey Ian Cassell Patricia Casserly Charles A. Castle Alice Cave & Richard Fletcher Rebecca Cederquist Eddie Cepeda & Diane Cooper Nancy Chait Carol Chamberlin Joe & Elizabeth Chan Divya Chandel Lawrence Chandler Fred Chapman & Lise Lemke Julia Chappel Michael Chasin Jane & Dane Chavers Hsiang Jung Chen Ying-Jheng Chen & Catherine Chu Ellen Cherry Debra Chester Lili & Sheldon Chester Betty & Carol Lynn Chevalier Louise Chillag Martin V Chorzempa Liehua Chour Gary Christopher Tamsyn Cilliers Carol Cisler Craig & Ann Clark Janice Clark Wayne & Diana Clark Don Clausing Ben & Emily Click Carla & Michael Cline

Phillip & Cathy Clissold Cheryl Clopton David Clouse Margie Cochrane Linda Cohen Lynda Cohen Nancy Cohen Helen Cohn & Dennis Dawson Sam & Mary Colachis Michael & Kathleen Colbert Brad & Regina Colburn James & Deborah Cole Leslie & James Cole Terry Colegrove Robert Coleman Andrew & Nancy Collins Jayne Collins Judy & Richard Collins William & Mary Ann Collins Alice Condulis Cody Conklin-Aguilera & Gabriel Aguilera Kim Connor Robert & Kathleen Conway Barbara Coon Marge Cooney Dawn Corbett Carolyn Annette Cordry Gordon & Janet Corken Geraldine Cornwell Diane Cortright & Ashland Blankenship Bruce & Christine Cotanch Susan Cotner Dave & Kathleen Cottrell Maxwell & Liedl Coulthard Deborah Counts & Robert Bevill In honor of Megan Bevill Erin Covert Johanna & John Covert Alicia Cowdrey Julie Cox Kristen Cox Martha J. Cozzi Ken & Julie Crane Barry & Kay Crawford Dennis & Barb Crawford Joan Creedon John Crone

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$100+ continued James & Sally Cronk Chris & Liz Crowe Ben Cruz & Elizabeth Pinto Daniel Cruz & Nancy Brown John Cullinan & Ewa Radwanska Dianna & William Cunningham Jamie Curierre & Steve Hoff Brian & Elizabeth Curley Gloria Curry Ron Dachis Wolfgang & Sue Dahnert Jacque Dallenbach Darlene & Stan Dalley Athelyn Daniel Maria Danski Linda Daubenmier Gerda & Gary Davalle James David & Linda Hale Bill & Kathy Davies Joe Davies Bonnie Davis & Glenn Felner Gabriela & Thomas Davis Katherine Davis Susan Davis & Joyce Hamamura Wendy Davis-Grauer Mahender & Sudeshna Dawke Mark Day Ralph DeCesare & Lynn Heimlich Cristina De Isasi & Don Vogel Joan De Jong & William B. Butkowsky Elizabeth De La Huerta Rosemary De Paoli Wendy Debano Carla Decker Sheryl & Michael DeGenring Julie Dehlin Miguel & Gertrude Del Toro Paul & Mary Lou Delvecchio Bruce Demaree Karla Dent David Deppen Pamela Derr Bill & Karen Desberg Bob & Marjorie Desmond Yukiko Devine

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Sally & Michael Devney Pierre & Catherine Dhuicq Cindy & Jim Dickert Marcia & Peter Dillon Ronald & Kathryn Dillon Rhonda Dimmette Ruth Dinowitz Aura Distler John & Teresa Dlouhy Molly Dobelle Gail & Thomas Doherty Susan Dollens Michael & Erna Donahue Frank Donaldson Sharron Dong & Robert Chin Sylvia Dorosh Richard & Doris Dorwart Martha Doster & Ray Moomey Gale Draper Brian Dredla West Dudgeon Lorraine & Mark Duewiger John & Kathie Duffy Eric Duncan & Stephanie Frost Adam & Alexandra Dunlap Stephen Dunn Luther Durant & Pat Bailey Felicia Durden David & Sandra Durham Arup Dutta & Pei Li Janice & William Dyer Patricia Echoles Emily Ecker Rushmore & Beautiful Lynda & Ray Edger Elizabeth Edwards Carol Eisner Gloria Eklund Danny & Julie Elder Brad & Janet Eliot Mary Elliott Matthew & Ashley Elliott Roberta Elliott Kate Ellison Jon & Linda Ender Mary & David Engel Mr. & Mrs. John Michael England Jillian Engle Pamela Engle

Lucy & William English Wendi & William Ennis Leonard Epstein Renee & Robert Epstein Jerome & Annette Erb Kay & Mark Ercius Krista Erickson Leah Erickson Robert Esson Krystina Estabrooks Richard & Kathyrn Everingham Julie & Elliott Everson Ann Ewen & Mark Edwards Kim & Benjamin Ewers Gerald & Geraldeane Eyrich Paula & Allen Fagel Laurie Fagen In Memory of Geoff Hancock Kathleen & John Fahey Lori-Ann & Keith Failoni Suzanne Fair James Fairburn Michele Fanelli Delores Fangman Bettijune Fanning Morrie & Gail Farbman Brian Farmer Michael & Jennifer Farrell Cara & Brandon Faulkner Richard & Jackie Favish Irwin Feinberg Judith E Feinberg Anne Feldhaus Rozann Feldheim Murray & Judy Feldstein Victoria Felice James Feltman & Scott Buechl Kristin & Wesley Ferguson-Colvin Jerome Fernando Lisa Filer & Mary Ann Bucciarelli Don & Joyce Filupeit Brenda Finberg Jo-Anne & Keith Findlay Michael & Julia Fink Kay Fischer Charles Fisher Marian & Ken Fisher Anita Fishman Michael & Allison Flannery Judith Flaskerud


Jeffrey Flora & Nancy Levin Brooke Flores Nicole Flores Lorna & Jack Flynn Lorna Flynn Bruce Fogel Colette Fogg Beverly Ford Debbie Forde Arthur Fornaser & Eden Overton Aaron Forni Liz Forrer & Emily Noel Peter Forsch & Janet Welk-Forsch Keith & Christina Foster Patricia W. Foster Meredith Fowler James Fox Suzan Frangos William Frank Julie Frankel Selendic Jay Freeman Maria Freeman Diane Freilich Heather French Susan French Ilene & Nathan Friedland Jack Friedline & Roxanne Pierson Joseph Friedman & Merle Morgenstern Paul & Judith Friedman Stuart & Aviah Friedman Susan Friedman Fred & Nan Friend Jon Friend & Bridget Selzer Anita & Bob Friesen Russ & Bonnie Friesen Alan & Beth Frigy AJ Frost Jennifer Frost & Robert Gilson Simon Frost Brooke Fry Leslie Fry Robert & Soledad Fukuchi Paige Fuller John & Mary Fyie Phyllis & Theodore Galanthay Diana Garrett

John & Carol Garrity Richard Gatti & Deborah McCurdy-Gatti Sue Gaub Joanne Gayan Carolyn Gaye Chris Georgacas Ann Gerow Marta Gerstenberger Nilanjan Ghosh Elizabeth Giannini Norma Jean Gilason Robin & Dianne Gilbert Steven Gilbertson Michael-Thomas Gilman Penny Gimbel Marilyn & Michael Ginsberg Joyce Girvin Richard Glass & Elaine Miller Glass Susan & Jordan Glazer Igor Glenn Joel Glover & Jordan Jarvis Arlene & Jamie Gluck Vicki Godden-Allen Garnet Goertzen & Jacqueline Skytt Tushar Gohad Barbara Goldberg Gwen & Charles Goldberg Laura Goldberg Barry Goldfarb Edward & Heather Goldman Sandi Goldman Sandi & Paul Goldstein Sandra & Harvey Goldstein Marc Goldyne William Gollnick Rita Golub Ken & Betsy Gometz Pete Gonzalez William & Cheryl Goode Jeanette & Leonard Goodstein Peggy & Greg Goodwin Leslie Gordon Howard & Mara Gossack Henry Gostony Lokesh & Sudershan Goswami Marc & Eileen Gottlieb Leslie & Patrick Grady

Ellen Graham Joyce Graham Ken Graham & Connie Stone Sue Graham & David Seago Heather & Anthony Granato Cheryl Graner Richard Granum Mark Grasso Deborah Gray Santo & Joan Graziano Jean & Warren Greaves Bruce & Rita Green Charlie Green Phyllis & Stanley Green Mark & Sandra Greenberg Richard Greenberg Carole Greenes Harriet Greenspan Suzanne Gregory Barron Greig John & Evelyn Griffin Rolanda Griffin Marie Grill & Daniel Melton Scott & Rebecca Grossman John & Louise Groves Alden & Gloria Dean Guillory Robert & Susan Gurley Diane Guzy Christiane Haberl Sherri & Jim Hackett Darlene Hagan Jo Haitbrink Claire Halbur Doug & Eileen Halfmann John Hall Lynn Hall John Halliburton & Carrie Sherman Marie & Daniel Halsey Lori Hamby & Terry Cotlow Sally Hamill Dean Hamilton John & Pam Hamilton Thomas Hamilton & Connie McLeer Carl Hammerschlag Devon Hancock Mary Hanemann Patti Hannon

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$100+ continued Jeffrey Hansen Neil Hanson & Darnelle Hoge Carol & Mitchell Harman Patt & Mitch Harmes Karen Harrington Clair Harris June Harris Richard & June Harris Van & Maureen Harrison Hallie Harron Jessica Hately Eric Hauenstein & Abigail Jones Mary Hauer Todd Haughton Craig Hauss & Rebecca Ogle James & Stephanie Hayes Richard & Sherril Haynes Kristina Hays & Christian Smith Sandra & Larry Hays Christian Hedegaard-Schou & Lillian Baker Linda Heibich Emil Heidinger Norma Heil Wendy & Mark Heinz Diane & Joseph Henebry Bev & Peers Henes Natalie Henes Michael & Meg Hennessey Elissa Henrici Suzanne Hermine Elaine Huizar-Hernandez & Joe Hernandez Richard & Barbara Hernandez Sally Herndon Maris Herzog Sharon & Henry Hewitt Michelle Heymann Joe & Judy Hickey Gerald & Patricia Hiland Ken & Cynthia Hill Desiree Hils & Tom Scanlon Curtis & Victoria Hinsley Joanne Hirsch Peggy Hitchcock June & Blake Hobby

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Bunny Hodas John Hodgson Carol & Carl Hodus Robert Hofmann & Cindi Cooper Charlene Hogarty Leanne Wood Holcomb Ann & Scott Holdahl Robert & Patricia Holder Brian & Lenora Holmsten Kelley & Jesse Holschbach Russell & Ashley Hoober John Horan Gwen & Richard Horne Richard & Donna Horne Stephen & Carol Horowitz Arnold & Penny Horwitch Gary Houghtaling & Anna Kruchten Annie Houser Karla Houston Dean & Julie Hovey Jimmie & Joan Howard Mark & Linda Hoyt Anqiao Hu & Anqi Chen Julia Hubler Kevin & Dj Hudson Lisa Hudson John & Barbara Huff Denise Hughes Jayne Dougherty-Hughes & Kate Hughes Joy Hughes Susan Hughes Elaine Hugunin Brooks Hull & Terry Gimmellie In Memory of Arnold Divine Susan Hull Susan Hull & James Connell Sandra Hunt Sheila Hunter & Ken Kettner Daniel & Irene Hunting Gail Huntsman Dave & Kelley Hurley Rose M. Iannaccone Sam Igwe Jack Ingram & Barbara Mackintosh Sam Insana Jeff & Lacey Insel Sheila Irwin

Virginia Iverson Jacob & Maureen Jacobsen Sandra Jacobson Ismail Jafri & Lauren Leonard Mr & Mrs Phillip & Cheryl Jalowiec Jason & Rebecca Jaramillo Carole & David Jarchow Douglas & Sandy Jardine Charles Jay Anuradha Jha Charles & Dana Jirauch Terry Jochum Christa John Margaret Johns Marietta & Ted Johns Amber Johnson Darrell Johnson & Janet Wiig Gloria Johnson Robert & Gail Johnson Susan & Ricky Johnson Susana & John Johnson Brett Johnston & Susan Luebke Helen Jones & Walt Carr Jim & Karen Jones Michelle Jones Owen Jones Phil Jones Rebekah Jones Yolanda Jones Naomi Jorgensen & Josh Baker Joel & Cristiane Jorgenson Roger & Maggie Jorgenson Judith Josephson Alyse Joswiak Michal Ann & Keith Joyner Michael & Katherine Judge Keith & Penny Junk Sandra & Jim Junker Emily Kahn Andrea Kaiser William Kalm Mary Kalman Bill & Lorie Kamboukos Harry & Hillary Kaminsky Allan Kantrowitz Jerry & Kim Kaplan Leon Kaplan Myrna & Barry Kaplan


Sanford & Bunny Cherish Kaplan Wayne & Lynn Kaplan William & Cassandra Kaplin Michael Kapp Dennis Karjala Charles Karman Elissa & Walter Karn Jean Karner Shashi & Ajai Karpur Renee Karson Allan & Penny Katz Ann & Martin Kaufman Donna & Fred Kaufman Suzan Kaufmann & Robert Sena Jerri Kehdi & Mark Masters Eileen Kelley Catherine Kelly Susan & John Kelly James & Tori Kelso Bob & Jesse Kenney Dave Kenney Paul Kent B.J. & Lowell Keppel Joseph & Marcia Ketchum Susan & Paul Kewin Amer Khan Lisa Khnanisho Ron & Mariam Kidney Pamela Kieffer & Michael Beale Sandra & John Kimble John Kimmel Sarah King Travis King & Tabitha Odom Russell Kinner Shaw Kinsley Donna Kiriluk Ellen & Bob Kirschenbaum Stuart & Adrienne Kirschner Linda Kirsh Don & Marsha Klein Larry & Peggy Klein Mr & Mrs J Klein Suzanne & James Kleiner Florence Klitsner Ethel Kloos Gerhard & Charlotte Klose Jeffrey Kluve & Lisa Lindeken Karey Knapp

Martha Knapp Thomas & Mary Clare Kober Ken Kobre & Betty Grill Ann Koenig Amy Koerner-Lorentzen Cinderella Koga Katrina Kokjohn Katalin Kolossa Yuri Kondo Walt Koppenbrink James Kort Bruce & Sherry Kosaveach Nancy & William Kost Lewis & Candace Kowal Marcia Ko & Christopher Appleton Mario Kowalski Nicki Krafft & Dave Stelzner Alice & Kent Kraft Bertram & Mary Kraft Shirley Kraft Mitchell & Patsy Krajewski Shannon Krajewski Judy Kransdorf Theresa Kresge Debbie & Marc Kritzer Madaline Krska Janice Kruse Marilyn Kruzich Juli Kunzer Gail & Phillip Kuslansky Anne Lackey Joseph & Kathie Ladrigan William Lafollette Catalina & Aaron Lafrance Richard Lamarco Sandra Lambert Patrick Lamotte Susan Lamphiear Diana Lampsa & Kevin Serr Kevin & Dorothy Landers Robyn Landry & Gerhard Assenmacher Robert Lane Amy Langan Kathleen Langenberg & Kristina Rhoades Thomas & Ellen Lanin Chris Lantz & Theresa Trosky

William & Joyce Larson Jerry & Robin Laskin Julie & Jerry Law Shirley Lawrence Will & Nancy Lawrence Donna Lawson Christle Layton & Romulo Machado David & Peggy Le Moine Amy Leanse Philip & Ellen Leavitt Victoria & William Lebowitz Brian Lee Diana Lee In Memory of Helen A. Harchar Gladys Lee Larry Lee Robert E. Lee Edmund & Barbara Leff Eric & Bobbie Legg Cynthia & Montie Lehman John & Patricia Lehotan Dolores Leiva & Tim Gercke Rebecca & Lynn Lemmermann Renee Lentz & Donald Hawley Christian & Allison Lester Anna & Charles Letner Rocky Levkulich Martin & Susan Levy Sandra & Richard Levy Maria Lewis Vickie Lewis Janet Lewis-Arrons Susan Lewkowicz & Roy Bottomley Alan & Carolyne Licause Sheree & Bryan Liddiard Philip Lieb Myron & Rachel Lieberman Jane Lillestol Rebecca Lilley & Jon Gerblick Joanna Lilquist Ruth & Andrew Lim Peter Lima & Enola Hendrickson Lisa & Jeffrey Lindeken Al & Carolynn Lindeman Sandra Lindsay

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$100+ continued Lori Lindseth Loretta Lindsey Julie & John Linehan Owen & Reva Litt Robin & Keith Little Steven Livorsi Melissa Lockard Leslie & Hampton Locklear Ralph Lockwood & Donald Graham Francine & Richard Loeb Deb & Kaj Lofgreen Al Loginsky Kathy & Robert Londeree William M. Long Jerry & Ann Look Roman Lopatynski George & Yolanda Lopez Mr & Mrs Larry Lorenzen Aileen Louik & Arnie Maltz Marilyn Loveless Joan & Irving Lowell Bob Lowery Timothy Lowery Hannah & Sherri Ludeke Kathy Ludwig & Robert Mariano Marilyn & Anthony Luisi Doris Luking Monica Lumpkin & Conrad Langley Wilma Lund Michael & Shell Luttrell John & Roxanne Lyle Joyce Lynch Mitzi Lynton Staci Lyons & Deborah Perkins Nancy Lyons & Dennis Wiatrak Laura Lysek David & Alice MacArthur Philip & Joanne MacDonnell Carole MacIntyre John & Karen Macksam Carole & Rory Maclean Joy Maclean Kalidas & Darlene Madhavpeddi Constance Mahaney Sydel Maher

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Philip & Devla Mahler Michael & Alison Majer Peter Maki Rochelle Malinoff & Paul Dygert Barry Malpas & Anne Wittke Richard & Raimonder Manch Vicki Mangin Thomas Manheim Susan Mann Vicki Mann Bruce & Carrie Mannes Dorothy Manning Daniel Manriquez Michael & Joan Manselle Charlene Marbs Lynne & Marc Marchese Carol Marcus Barry & Helaine Markowitz Jim & Marty Marks Nancy & Vance Marshall Lawrence & Paulette Martell Dan Martin Jeff Martin Thomas & Mary Martin Kathie Martine & Gayle Kirkeby Patricia Martinez Robin Martinez Stan Marx William & Anne Mason Jeri Masoner Carol & Robert Massengill Lynn & David Massey Jane Massion Sharon Massion & Sheridan Wheeler George & Laura Mather Kay Mathieu Clarence Matthews Duane & Kathleen Mauzey Del & Alana May Lupe Mazas & Cody Beecher Rebecca Mazza Karen McArn-Asante Melanie Mcbride John & Heather McCann Suzanne McCann FE McCarter Claire McCarthy

Michael McConnel & Amy Newton-McConnel Margaret McCormick Joel McCreary Kate & Gerry McCullough Cynthia McCurdy Michael Mccurrey Janet McDow & Jay Berentsen Dale McDugle Scott & Elaine McEwen Dale & Cheryl McFarland Renny McGovern Janet & John McGregor Mary McIntyre James & Janet McKay Richard & Margaret McKee Beverly & Brian McKenna Beverly McLaggan Camy & Craig McLaren John McMahon & Ingrid Haaijer Bridie McMillian Lori McMinn Carol McSweeney & William Haring John & Patricia Meinert Joye & Lynn Melby Jetta Melnick & Shirley Kingsbaker Beth Meloy & Robert Oppelt Meg & Avery Merriman Eileen Merritt Rebecca Merritt Don Meserve & Cathy Hart Irene B. Metz Debbie & Rich Meyer Richard & Dorothy Meyer Robert & Jeannie Meyer Donna Meyerovitz Terry Meyers Judy & Lance Mikkelsen Karl Milbauer Lilli & Jerry Luking Robert & Linda Miles Barbara Miller David Miller & Judy Weiss Edna & Terry Miller James & Anne Miller James & Karen Miller James Miller Janet Miller & Paul Musters


Linda Miller Mark Miller Mark Miller & Mary Dexter Mike & Karen Miller Scott Miller Joyce Mills & John Schnoering Susen & Darrell Mills Ruth Minarik Janet Miner Marilyn Minihane Lester & Phyllis Minsuk Minyon The Mirro Family Mirza Charles & Marie Mitchell Sheldon Mittleman Jacqueline Mobed Lynn & Jack Moffett Kenneth & Barbara Moffitt Paul & Connie Mohammed Mark Montalbano Don & Joanne Montrey Robert Moore & Miyoko Ono-Moore Susan Moorefield & Ken Muenster Chris Moreno & Colleen Collins-Moreno Robin & Raymond Morgan Marjorie Moring Lisa Moritz Phyllis Morrison Christen & Charles Morton Leon Morton, Jr. Bart Moser Elizabeth Moss Peggy Moss Larry & Debbie Moudy Joyce Mouer Gregg & Patricia Muilenburg Dana & Michael Mullikin Larry & Autumn Mumaw Carol Mungas Don & Susan Murphy Bob & Mary Murray Ellen & Jim Myerberg Robert & Marilyn Myers Elizabeth Myskowski Kelsie Nabors Linda Napier

David & Roni Nassberg Janice Neal Alan Nelsen Diana & Dan Nelson Geraldine Nelson Marilyn Nelson Van Nelson & Yury Grevtsev John Nesbit Linda Ness April Neuhaus Carol & Joe Newman Amelia Ni Nicolet Nicholson Kent & Nickie Niere James Nimlos & Perrin Considine Matthew & Denise Nino Pan Nirobolsathaporn Kyle Nobel Andrew Norris Joan Norris Martha Norton Elena Nott & Olga Pavlova Gail & James Nova Greg & Sandi Novak Lynda Novak Daniel & Margaret Oakes Jane & James Oberman Stanley & Dorle Obitts Jeni & Michael O'Callaghan Rosemary Ochoa Lola Ogden Ingrid & Emmett O'Grady Kenneth O'Keeffe Janice & Scott Oldach Cary & Helen Oleisky Stephen & Laura Olewinksi Stephen Olewinski Faye Olivieri & Ronald Kozich Matthew Olsen Norma Olsen Julie Olson Karl Olson & Tressa Bitto Keiko Onaka William & Janet O'Neil Kathleen O'Neill Robert & Helen O'Neill Pam & Bill Ooms John J. Osborn & Janet Humphrey

Charles Osburn James & Sharon Oster David C & Cathleen J. Ostermeyer Anne & Robert Oswald Gina Otero Bill Otis & Marythea Grebner David Ouimette & Diane Mote Hope & Jay Ozer Bill Palacio Sarah Palestrant & Noam Belkind Vera Palmierr Anne Pannone Romn Paras Helenlee Pardi Timothy Paree James & Karen Parent Yeon Park & David LeGar George & Linda Parkins Karen Pasquel Stuart & Judith Passon Mittun Patel & Anita Karnik Linda Patterson Mr. & Mrs. James Patterson Roberta & James Pazol Andrew Peabody Ann & Chuck Peabody Beverley Pearson Scott Pearson Mary Pease Louise Pelissier & Emma Luna Sandi & Jon Perez John & Georgia Perkey Michael Perkins & Marian Reisman Sari & Robyn Perlow James & Diane Perrine Jim Perry Wallace Perry Joy Peters Myron & Monica Petersen Melody Ann Peterson Fred & Andrea Peterssen Patricia Petromilli Kevin Pettis Paul Petty Donna Petzold Pritchard Richard Pfeiffer

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$100+ continued Dennis & Jan Pfersich Jeff & Judi Pflughoeft Nick Phelan Jacklyn & Paul Phillips Ron Phillips Harold & Kathy Piazza John & Mary Picken Jessica Pierson Mary Ann Pikulas Shruthi Pindukuri & Praveen Prasad Peter & Nancy Pitarys Mark Pittelkow & Gail Gamble Jesenia Pizarro-Terrill Deborah Pleickhardt Joan Pleuss Tiffany Poetsch Bruce & Laurie Porter Mary Jane & Keith Porter Linda Poure John Powell William & Karen Powell Gerald Powers Judy Pratt Carolyn Preiser J. David Prest Nancy & Onno Prinsze Barbara Pritchard Eileen & Louis Provenzano Steve Pruett Tracy Puett & Lucia Peyton Linda Pulaski Barry & Julie Quanstrom Cian & Olive Quinlan Judi & Jack Quinn Susan Quinn Harold Raap Walter Rabon Audrey Rada Ewa Radwanska Marcos Ramirez Gautham Ramohalli Dorothy Ramsdell & Mary Botinich Dennis & Sheila Randall Brenda Rangel John & Jane Rank Mary Ann & Paul Rank

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Gloria & Elliott Raskin Allan Ratihn Richard Ratzan Zohar & Mirla Raz John & Barbara Rechlin Dick & Ellie Reddy Scott & Sandra Redfield Kim Redhage Linda Redwood-Martinez & Peg Schanne James & Joan Reece Clayton & Heather Reed Joyce & Geoff Reed Tamara Reed Franceen & Larry Reeher Dixie Reeve Diane Rejman Tami Renzo John Replogle & Marianne Buettner-Replogle Danielle & Raymond Ressler Sandy & Don Rex Sebastien & Dominique Reyes Deborah & Kenneth Rice Deris & Kristin Rice John Rice & Alisyn Hu Frederick & Nancy Richardson Jeanne & Joe Richardson Marvin & Amy Richman Susan Richwine George & Laura Riecken Jackie Rifkin Michele Rinck Maria & Kristofer Risinger Sharon & Len Ritt Don & Mary Ritter Cindy & David Roach Mike Roach Kathleen Roark Stan G. Roberts Lewis & Diane Robinson Michael Robinson Terry Robinson Michael & Deborah Rocks Janet Rodgers Jacob & K. Roemmich Elise & Martin Roenigk Cheryl & Paul Rogers Evelyn Rohling

Lucy Romanello Mary Romano James & Janet Roney Susan Rose Evelyn Roseberry Rachel & Sarah Victoria Rosemann Betty Rosenbaum George & Arlene Rosenberg Robert & Brenda Rosenberg Carol Rosensteel Elaine Rosing Barbara Ross Judy Ross Mike Ross & Lisa Larr Lucy & Scott Roth Ellen Rothenberg Mary Rothschild Robert & Judith Rothschild Eddie & Janet Roush Alisha & Greg Row Dorothy & David Rowlett Brunn Roysden & Jo Schumacher William & Christine Rozenwaser Arline Rubin Eloise & Nathan Rubin Margaret Ruccolo David & Erica Ruck Diane M. Ruebling Elmer Ruehling Amy Rukstales Bruce & Katie Rupper Linda Ruppert Nancy Russ Earl & Ellen Russell Kelly Russell Lynne Russell Nancy Russell Ronald &Kathleen Rutowski Cathy & Kirill Ruvinov Seth Ruzi & Mayra Ortiz Pat Ryan Robert & Alexa Rybica Jack Saba Jacqui Sabo Thomas Sabo Robert Sachs Preethika Sainam


Dana & Richard Salazar Diane Salisbury Myra Salmirs Delaine Salt Christina & Louis Salute Lance & Danilla Same Donna & Jim Sampanes Margaret Sampley Suzanne Samuels Chris Sanchez H.W. & Susan Sander Genevieve Sanders Matthew Sanders Robert & Barbara Sanders Marcia Sandground Steven & Susan Sandler Betsy Sandlin Colleen Sanger Brant & Linda Saperstein Ronald Sargis Lynn Saunders Michael & Chrissie Savage Virginia Savenelli Donald & Elizabeth Savino John Savona Leslie & Stephen Sawyer Cathleen Saylor Mary Schabarum Paul & Siobhan Schaeffer Peg Schanne Jesse & Emily Schattin Wendy Scheder Black James & Pamela Schembs Charles Scheps & Valerie Ellien Chris & Marcia Schermann Shirley & Douglas Schermer Jane Marie Schindler Judith Schlieter Connie & Greg Schmitt Margaret Schmidt Louis & Sally Schmitt Sylvia & Paul Schneider Thomas & Jean Schneider Kathy & Charles Schock James Schott Janis Schreiber Rosemeire & Robert Schreiner Matt & Anne Schroeder Walter & Susan Schroeder William Schultz

William Schwartz Peggy Schwartzkopf Sally & Burt Schwarz Kit Schweitzer Erica Scott Richard Scott Julia Searle Joan Searles Mark & Colby Seay Jean Seber Jessica Sedenger Howard Seftel & Kathleen Ingley Joan Selecky Marti Selman Dhivya Selvaraj & Jessica Turner George & Mary Serrill Patricia & Jami Shah Zaheer Shah Arlene Shapero Frances Shapiro Karla Shapiro Carol & Lew Shaw John & Terry Shaw Carole Shay James Shay & Suzanne Webb Tiffany Shears Hilary Sheevers & Neil Conklin Riva Shein Richard & Ruth Marie Shemitis Janet Shepherd John Shepherd Linda Sheppard & John Hill Marjorie Sherman Elinor Sherry Maureen Shields & Allen Shimizu Dan Shiosaka Bonnie Shirakhoon Mark & Carol Shucker Debbie & Charles Shuman Tom & Cathy Shumard Carmen Siciliano Stuart & Nancy Siefer Marie Siegel Barbara Siko

Steven & Marcia Sillyman Dorothy Simons Arthur & Sharon Simpson Candace Sinner Frank Skinner Jean Slater Anita & Steven Slaughter Steve & Paula Slavsky Mary & Ed Slomba Karl & Meredith Slosberg Miriam & Richard Sluder Cheryl Smith Foofersmith Frank Smith Gregg Smith Janet L. Smith Kerrianne & Noel Smith David Snodgrass Ed & Robyn Song Cindy & Rich Sonstelie Brian Sorensen Edward Soza & Manuela Barron Barbara Speer Margaret Spence Mark & Lolita Spiro Karen & Kirby Spitler Charles & Nina Spitzer Marilyn & Ken Spraetz Jim Specht & Mary Giordano Mark & Rachel Springsteel Edward Stafford Glenn & Leslie Stallcop Julie & Jeff Stanton Ross Stapleton Natasha Starbuck Jamie & Cheryl Stead Larry & Leslie Steffes Mary Steigerwald & Jessica Smit Carl Stein Deanna & Ella Stein Lorraine Stein Katrina Steinberger Raymond Steiner & Linda Prideaux-Steiner Myrna Stephens Nancy Steriotis Bryant Sterling Mark & Barbara Stern

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$100+ continued Janet Steven Gregory Stevens Patricia Stevenson Milt & Judi Stewart Vera Stiesmeyer Pat Stiltner Orrin H. Stine Doris Stipech Bill Stockard & Beverly Bryan Anne Stokes Stacie Stone Stanford Stoneman Jeanne Stoner Elana Storch Evelyn Stratton Jeremy & Susan Stringer Barbara Strom Paul & Linda Stromberg Peggy & Wayne Struble Frank Stuart Shari & Norman Stump Shari Stura Don Stutz Nicole Sugumaran Kiley Sullivan & Alyson Titkemeyer Michael & Patti Sumergrade Judith Sussman Sandra Sutton Thomas Swanson Laurie & Joseph Swearingen Janet Sweeney Robert Swenhaugen Donna Swibold & Paimon Owtad Norma & Walter Swingen Dorothy Sydnor Courtney Sykos & Nathan Hanchey Karen & Knut Syversen Martha & William Takacs Bob & Vivian Tallan Frank & Linda Tantone Omar Tapia Selma & Jerome Targovnik Betty Tatro & Frank Romaglia Richard & Marsha Tauber Bob & Pam Taylor Charles & Annette Taylor

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Deborah & Mary Taylor John & Katherine Taylor John Taylor S. Edith Taylor & Christopher H. Price Len Templeton Monica & Francis Tenbarge Terry Teutsch John & Sunny Tewksbury Joe & Connie Theobald Anna Theodorou Bruce Thoeny Cheryl Thomas Donald Thomas & Diane Webster-Thomas Jim Thomas John & Gretchen Thomas Karen Thomas & Jane Jones Carolyn Thompson Clay Thompson Luella Thompson Leila Thorne Gail Thurman Karen & Mark Thurn Joyce & Charles Tiber Mary Jo Tietge James Tillinghast Carol Todd Bryan & Kelly Todeschi Susan & John Toevs Harlori Tokhie Dr. Robert & Ms. Milana Tomec Lita & James Tope Patricia Topper Michael & Linda Toscano Julie & John Townsend Eric & Nina Tozzi Myles Traphagen & Martha Gomez-Traphagen Greg & Nancy Trautman Salie Travis & John Churchward Edwina Trayler Pete Trerice Barbara Ann Trojan & Frank Wyse Emmett Troxel Charles & Norma Tucker Wendy Lynn & Donald Tucker

Susan Turner & Vera Palmierr Judi Tyler Linda Uhley Linda & Barry Ullman Kathy Umfrid Barron Unger Dee & Ray Unks Carlos Urcuyo Kole & Kelly Usrey Barbara Vacanti Dirk & Nickie Van Den Bosch Vicky & James Van Dyke Karen Van Haitsma Bruce & Karen Van Sickle Dennis Vance Kay Vandenberg Kevin Vann Pat & Richard Vantuyle Jean & Otis Vaughn Sharon Vaughn & James Dammann Nancy Vavricka Claude Venezia & Donna Wool Bill & Connie Venturino John & Christine Vicari Irma Villarreal Lois & Paul Visconti Stephen & Frances Vitale Anita & Keith Voelker Charles & Anne Vogel Judy & Richard Volk Sue Vottero Phong Vu William Waddell Marla Walberg Jim & Dena Walker Madelyn Walker Mark & Ligia Walker Suemoy Wallace William Wallace & Joseph Patrick Cosgrove Barbara Wallack Jack Waller & Leahetta Barlin-Waller Constance Walley Marianne & Tim Walsh Patricia Walsh Pam Walter Lois Ward


Martie & Donald Warden Dorothy Ware Elizabeth Warner Chris & Audrey Warren Karl & Virginia Washington Maria Watts James & Margery Webb Dwight & Maureen Weber Alfred & Nancy Wechsler Karen Wechsung Sheldon & Gail Wecker Peggy & Mark Weddle Jay Wegrzyn Ruth & Ed Wehling Larry Weinberg Sarah & Michael Weinberger Barbara Weinmeister David Weinstein Todd & Beth Weinstein Richard Weintritt Jolene & Harvey Weisblat David Weisenberg Doreen Weiser Ellen Weiss David Weissman Joan Weissman Jane Weitzman Ann Marie & Michael Welker Lawrence Wellman & Barbara Aanonson Kenneth & Judy Wensley Fred & Julie Werner Michelle West Stephen & Aleda West Ron & Janine Weyers Nancy Wheeler Diane & Donald White Mary White Xena White Douglas R. Whitney Laurel Whitney & Julie Roberts Jim & Deborah Wichterman Randi Wikler Amy & Greg Williams Ann Williams Catherine Williams Rebecca & John Williams Zachary & Ashlee Williams Kevin & Lisa Williamson

Robert & Annette Willis Robert & Mary Jo Wilmes Judy Wilson & James Schornak Margaret Wilson Sheila & Mike Wilson Susanne Wilt Greta & Warner Wims Mark Winkleman Guy & Vickie Winters Lee & Andrea Winthrop Mary Wisdom Delia Withey & Stephen Geise Norma Witley Betty Woelfel Malka Wolman Mei Wei Wong Sherlene Wong Barbara Worley Michael Worthington Mei Wu Peter Wuorio Jason Wyrick William & Brian Xi Wei Yan & Dan Liao Min Jae Yang Diane & Mark Yarish Terry & Madelon Yarows Julie Yates Karen Yee Miles & Suzanne Yeknik William & Jackie Yoder Katharine & William Young Tracy Young Joel & Nancy Youngerman Xiaorong Heidi Yuan Warren Zager Jacqueline & John Zakibe Crystal & Arthur Zander Paul & Micki Zatulove Leon & Evelyn Zeitzer Albert & Beatrice Zens Ming Zhong Betsy Zink Mary & Stan Zitello Anna Zreda Howard Zweig

WE ARE DEEPLY GRATEFUL FOR GIFTS AT EVERY LEVEL. Visit MIM.org to see a complete list of gifts at $100 and up. Contributions may be sent to: Musical Instrument Museum 4725 East Mayo Boulevard, Phoenix, AZ 85050 Or visit MIM.org and click “Donate Now” | 480.478.6062 If we have inadvertently omitted or incorrectly listed your name, please accept our apology and contact MIM’s institutional advancement team at 480.478.6062 or advancement@MIM.org. We will correct our records immediately.

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Guests enjoy the 3-D miniature symphony orchestra display in the Europe Gallery.

ADVANCEMENT TOWARD SUSTAINABILITY Supporting MIM for future generations SUSTAINABLE MODEL Because of the generous transitional support of its founder and other community-minded individuals, MIM is able to advance toward long-term fiscal health and sustainability. MIM’s goal is to achieve a self-sustaining model with 60%–65% of its annual operating budget coming from earned income, 30% from contributed income, and 5%–10% from the endowment. Each year since opening in 2010, MIM has made significant strides toward that model. ENDOWMENT FUNDS A healthy endowment ensures that the programs and exhibits that distinguish MIM will thrive for generations. The following donations helped to underwrite exhibitions, acquisitions, staff, educational programs, and events.

“MIM’s goal is not only to look at current-year operations, but to focus on building an economic model and strong infrastructure for our future.” —Craig Culy, MIM’s Controller General Operating Endowment Fund Uta Behrens Fund Edward J. Claussen Memorial Fund Susanne and Gary Tobey Family Fund Robert J. Ulrich and Diane Sillik Fund Collection Acquisition Endowment Fund Jill Dahlin Memorial Fund Robert J. Ulrich and Diane Sillik Fund 46

Education Endowment Fund John and Joan D’Addario Fund Handwerger Master Series Fund Robert J. Ulrich and Diane Sillik Fund Music Theater Concert Endowment Fund Robert J. Ulrich and Diane Sillik Fund


2017 HIGHLIGHTS Thanks to you!

326,426 249 Curator Richard Walter, PhD, in the Conservation Lab

65,542

Museum Guests up 7% from 2016

Collection Acquisitions

33 new exhibits with objects from 31 countries

Concert Attendees up 9% from 2016

271 concerts with artists from 35 countries

Dustbowl Revival

69,678

School and Youth Tour Participants up 20% from 2016

98% of teachers agreed their students learned something new at MIM.

A drumming workshop on a field trip

471

54,086 hours

Volunteer Team Members gave to support MIM and its programs.

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