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September 21, 2013 Program Stuart Chafetz

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Concert Program .

Saturday, September 21, 2013, 6:00 p.m.

Star Wars + More: The Music of John Williams Stuart Chafetz conductor



Popejoy Hall

The New Mexico Philharmonic season begins with a dazzling night of Hollywood’s greatest music, by the incredible John Williams! From Star Wars to Harry Potter and Indiana Jones, this is the stuff that dreams are made of! The Phil is ready to take you to places long, long ago and far away! Storm Troopers and more Star Wars characters will be joining us in the lobby—so, get ready for Star Wars + More!

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First United Methodist Church

Making a Difference

This performance is made possible in part by the generosity of the following businesses and individuals: Albuquerque Community Foundation

Saturday, September 28, 2013, 6:00 p.m.

Neighborhood Concert

Byron Herrington conductor John Marchiando trumpet Zoi Chavez soprano Kent Wall tenor Michael Hix baritone Central United Methodist Chancel Choir Chancel Choir of First United Methodist

“Holberg” Suite, op. 40 Edvard Grieg I. Praeludium (1843–1907) II. Sarabande III. Gavotte IV. Air V. Rigaudon Trumpet Concerto in D Major Georg Philipp Telemann I. Adagio (1681–1767) II. Allegro III. Grave IV. Allegro

Concerto “San Marco” Tomaso Albinoni I. Grave (1671–1751) II. Allegro III. Andante IV. Allegro


Mass No. 2 in G Major Franz Schubert I. Kyrie (1797–1828) II. Gloria III. Credo IV. Sanctus V. Benedictus VI. Agnus Dei


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Stuart Chafetz

Byron Herrington

John Marchiando

Stuart Chafetz, known for his ability to engage audiences with innovative concerts, is a conductor increasingly in demand with orchestras nationwide. His guest conducting appearances include the orchestras of Buffalo, Chicago, Detroit, San Francisco, Houston, Toronto, Calgary, Edmonton, Florida, Indianapolis, Baltimore, Jacksonville, Kansas City, Louisiana, Naples, New Mexico, Phoenix, San Francisco Ballet and Virginia. Chafetz has worked with George Benson, Richard Chamberlain, John Denver, Marvin Hamlisch, Thomas Hampson, Wynonna Judd, Jim Nabors, Randy Newman, Jon Kimura Parker, and Bernadette Peters, to name a few. As resident conductor of the Milwaukee Symphony from 2007–2011, Chafetz conducted over 75 concerts throughout the state of Wisconsin. Chafetz has conducted over 30 performances of The Nutcracker with Ballet Hawaii with principals from the American Ballet Theatre. In his fifth year as frequent guest conductor with the Naples Philharmonic Orchestra, Chafetz leads a series in September and October 2011 entitled Fall Fest, which celebrates great classics for modern audiences in a relaxed setting. In the summers, Chafetz spends his time at the Chautauqua Institution, where he conducts the annual July 4th concert with the Chautauqua Symphony. 2012 will mark Chafetz’s 10th summer conducting this popular, patriotic, and fun event! ●

Byron Herrington, Principal Trombone of the New Mexico Philharmonic, had been a member of the New Mexico Symphony Orchestra trombone section since 1981. In January 1998 he became the Director of Wind, Brass, and Percussion Studies at Albuquerque’s Thomas Jefferson Middle School, and shortly thereafter joined the Albuquerque Youth Symphony Program as co-conductor of the Junior Symphony. He has been Principal Trombone of the Music in the Mountains summer festival in Colorado since 1991. In 1986 he received a degree in music education from the University of New Mexico. Before that he attended the University of Oklahoma, studying trombone with Irvin Wagner, conducting with Guy Fraser Harrison, music theory and analysis with Gail Boyd DeStwolinski, and composition and orchestration with Michael Hennagin. He has studied trombone with Jay Friedman, Frank Crisafulli, Edward Kleinhammer, Arnold Jacobs of the Chicago Symphony, Ralph Sauer of the L.A. Philharmonic, and Joseph Alessi of the New York Philharmonic. Byron regularly conducts the NMPhil in tour, youth, and other concerts, and maintains a small studio of private students. He has two dogs, Chico and Lucy, and enjoys movies, reading, and the occasional driving trip to interesting places in New Mexico. ●

Praised as “one of the finest trumpeters of his generation,” John Marchiando currently serves as Assistant Professor at the University of New Mexico. Additionally, he performs as Principal Trumpet with the New Mexico Philharmonic, Trumpeter in the Summit Brass and Trumpeter in Tromba Mundi. Marchiando has also held positions with the Phoenix Symphony and Arizona Opera. He has performed as Guest Principal Trumpet with the Tucson Symphony Orchestra and Santa Fe Symphony. Active also as a soloist, John has performed with ensembles across the globe. He has performed recitals and solos at the International Trumpet Guild Conference, the International Trumpet Festival at West Chester University, The National Trumpet Competition, the CBDNA National Conference, the University of Illinois and the Universidade Estadual de Campinas (Unicamp) in Brazil. Marchiando can be heard on recordings on the Accord, Centaur, Summit and Stemming and has also done projects for National Public Radio and the Public Broadcasting System. As a music producer, John has completed several projects for Summit Records. John received degrees from the University of Michigan (B.M. ’92, M.M. ’95) and completed his Doctor of Musical Arts degree at Arizona State University in 2004. He has been extremely fortunate to study with some of the greatest trumpet virtuosi in the world, including David Hickman, Armando Ghitalla, Charles Daval, Raymond Mase, Chris Gekker, and Ramon Parcells. ●


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Zoi Chavez

Kent Wall

Michael Hix

Twenty-year-old vocalist Zoi Chavez, was born and raised in the beautiful state of New Mexico! Her musical interests started at a very early age. Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “Pie Jesu” was the first vocal piece that she performed, at the tender age of five at a local church. At the age of eight, she joined a local children’s choir, and a few years later she joined the Symphony Orchestra of Albuquerque (SOA) Choir, directed by Dr. Charles McDaniel. There she had the opportunity to perform many solos, including various works by Mozart, Handel, Haydn, Schubert, and Fauré. In 2007 she began studying with Jacqueline Zander-Wall and performed in many studio classes. Zoi is an alumnus of the Young Voices at the Santa Fe Opera program, where she studied under Robert Tweten, Kathleen Clawson, and Michael Wilson. Zoi has participated and placed first in many competitions including: the Music Teacher’s National Association (MTNA) in the national competition in her division, NATS, and the Vocal Artistry Art Song. She played the title-role in Gilbert and Sullivan’s Iolanthe with Opera Southwest. When Zoi is not singing, she enjoys riding her dirt bike at the family ranch, fishing, hiking, riding motorcycles with her father, traveling and swimming. Zoi would like to thank her parents Ron and Rhea Chavez, voice teacher Jacqueline Zander-Wall and fiancé Rick for supporting her in her musical endeavors. ●

An active musician in the local area, Kent Wall has sung the tenor solo in Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana with the Santa Fe Community Orchestra, tenor solos in Verdi Night and the role of Mr. Hayes in Susannah, both with Opera Southwest, and recently the role of the Engineer in Musical Theater Southwest’s production of Miss Saigon. His other roles include Kaspar in Amahl and the Night Visitors, Teen Angel in Grease, and the Modern Major General in The Pirates of Penzance. In 1998 he toured with Santa Fe Opera’s educational outreach program, Opera Mosaics, where he sang excerpts from Carmen and The Countess Mariza. He has sung the roles of Alfred in Die Fledermaus, Beppo in Donizetti’s Rita, and Gaston in La traviata with the University of New Mexico Opera Studio, performed oratorio works with various churches, and appeared in a number of recitals in the area. He is the son of the well-known local tenor A.V. Wall, and he is married to mezzo-soprano Jacqueline Zander-Wall. Mr. Wall is an English teacher at Sandia Preparatory School, where he is also the musical director for one of the two musicals that the school performs each summer. ●

Baritone Michael Hix has been praised by critics for his “expressive voice” and “commanding stage presence.” His career highlights include solo and chamber performances at Tanglewood Music Center and a solo appearance with the Boston Pops in “Bernstein on Broadway.” He also had the privilege of performing Milton Babbitt’s Two Sonnets on a concert celebrating the composer’s 90th birthday. Hix is a sought after performer of concert/ orchestral works. He made his Carnegie Hall debut in May 2013 singing the baritone solos in Rutter’s Mass of the Children. He has performared internationally s a soloist throughout Europe and in South America. Hix has been featured in concerts with the Boston Pops, Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra, Georgia Symphony, Tucson Chamber Artists, Canticum Novum, Tallahassee Symphony, Tupelo Symphony, Montgomery Symphony, Southeastern Symphony Orchestra, Tallahassee Bach Parley, Highland Park Chorale, and Florida State New Music Ensemble. Included among his over 20 stage roles are Falke in Die Fledermaus, the Drunken Poet in The Fairy Queen, Grosvenor in Patience, Germont in La traviata, Noye in Noye’s Fludde, and Bertouf in the world premiere of A Friend of Napoleon by Pulitzer Prize winning composer Robert Ward. His upcoming engagements include performances in New Mexico, Arizona, Texas, Florida, and Germany. Hix is an Assistant Professor of Vocal Studies at the University of New Mexico. ●



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Central United Methodist Chancel Choir Choir

Chancel Choir of First United Methodist Choir


As the major professional orchestra in the state, the New Mexico Philharmonic is committed to inspiring audiences of all ages and backgrounds through its artistic excellence, innovative programming, and educational and community engagement.

Vision The 35-voice Central United Methodist Chancel Choir sings every Sunday and for special celebrations–approximately 45 services a year. In recent years these singers have performed works such as Handel’s Messiah, Vivaldi’s Gloria, Lauridsen’s Lux Aeterna, Britten’s Ceremony of Carols, Schubert’s Mass In G, Ellingboe’s Requiem, and Schumann’s Requiem. The choir has over 500 anthems in its repertoire and has sung in a variety of foreign languages and musical styles. We celebrate the gospel music tradition by combining with Fellowship Baptist gospel choir for our Easter Saturday celebration–Great Gettin’ Up Morning and a Thanksgiving service in November. The choir sings with our 24-piece church orchestra for Christmas, Easter, and special services. They performed Robert Schumann’s Requiem with the Symphony Orchestra of Albuquerque last spring. The choir can be seen every week on KAZQ TV–Sundays at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Jerrilyn Foster director Jerrilyn Foster has served as director of sanctuary music for Central UMC for ten years. She has taught choral and instrumental music in both public and private schools in New Mexico. Jerrilyn conducts the Symphony Orchestra of Albuquerque as well as the Central Sinfonia. She has served as the director of the Albuquerque Girl Choir for the past seven years. Jerrilyn holds a Bachelor of Music from Oberlin Conservatory and Master’s degrees in music from Stanford University and Holy Names College. ●

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The Chancel Choir at First United Methodist Church is the foundation of the Music Ministry. Established over fifty years ago by the late Harry Hook, the choir leads worship each Sunday at the traditional service and presents music from the great sacred choral literature from the past and present. The Chancel Choir also prepares and presents major works for chorus and orchestra throughout the year. Past presentations have included Lux Aeterna by Morton Lauridsen, Requiem by John Rutter, Choral Fantasy by Beethoven, Requiem by Mozart, Mass in C Major by Beethoven, Elijah by Mendelssohn and the “Lord Nelson” Mass by Haydn. Daniel Cummings director Daniel Cummings recently returned to New Mexico from Southern California where he was active as a conductor, composer, and pianist. He has conducted such luminaries as the world famous Boston Brass, international trumpet virtuoso Jens Lindemann, and legendary guitarist Angel Romero. Active in opera and musical theatre, Dr. Cummings has conducted performances of Gianni Schicchi, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Die Zauberflöte, Suor Angelica, L’Elisir d’Amore, and West Side Story. He worked as conducting assistant to John Mauceri of the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra and served as rehearsal pianist for their production of Sunset Boulevard. Daniel received his Doctor of Musical Arts degree from UCLA in Orchestral Conducting in June 2007. His other degrees are a Master’s degree in Choral Conducting from UCLA and a Bachelor’s degree in Composition from UNM. Daniel is the Director of Music at First United Methodist Church and is the pianist for the New Mexico Symphonic Chorus. He is also a staff arranger and pianist with Fall of Ai productions in Los Angeles. ●

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Program Notes .

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Edvard Grieg

Born 1843, Bergen, Norway Died 1907, Bergen, Norway

“Holberg” Suite, op. 40 (1885) Grieg’s “From Holberg’s Time: A Suite in Olden Style” was written to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the birth of DanishNorwegian writer Ludvig Holberg (1684– 1754). The city of Bergen (both Grieg and Holberg’s birthplace) commissioned two works from Grieg for the occasion, a cantata for male voices which was quickly forgotten, and the “Holberg” Suite. The cantata was to be performed outdoors surrounding the new Holberg monument, and the suite in the concert hall. The celebration was in December and Grieg wrote of the potential for disaster with an outdoor cantata in the midst of a Norwegian winter. He wrote, “I can see it all before me, snow, hail, storm and every kind of foul weather, huge male choir with open mouths, the rain streaming into them, myself conducting with waterproof cape, winter coat, galoshes, and umbrella! And a cold afterwards, of course, or goodness knows what kind of illness! Oh well, it’s one way of dying for one’s country!” Since Holberg’s life coincided with the great Baroque masters Bach and Handel, Grieg chose the Baroque form of the suite for his tribute to. He infuses the work with contemporary writing and style within the confines of Baroque dance forms. The “Holberg” Suite was originally written for piano, and following its success after the premiere, Grieg transcribed it for string orchestra the following year. The “Holberg” Suite is unified by a central key (the norm for Baroque Suites) of “G”–G Major for all movements, save the Air, which is in g minor. The Praeludium gives the illusion of “moto perpetuo,” written in toccata style with figuration and running scales throughout. The Sarabande is an elegant and stately dance in 3/4 time which is a stunning contrast to the animated state of the first movement. The

Gavotte includes the contrasting dance of a Musette; a French dance typically danced to bagpipe accompaniment. Grieg includes this characteristic by writing a drone in the lower strings. The Air is not a dance, but rather an Andante religioso, often compared to Bach’s “Air on the G String.” The final movement is a Rigadoun, a lively French dance in duple meter, whose ebullient character bookends a lyrical middle section. In the fast sections Grieg writes the violin and viola soloists as imitations of the Norwegian Hardanger fiddle, used in much of the country’s folk music. ●

Georg Philipp Telemann Born 1681, Magdeburg, Prussia Died 1767, Hamburg, Germany

Trumpet Concerto in D Major (c. 1708–1714) Georg Philipp Telemann is one of the most prolific composers of the Baroque period. He was a German contemporary of Handel and J.S. Bach, and in his lifetime, was equally as famous as Handel and much more famous than Bach. The Trumpet Concerto in D Major is quite possibly the first trumpet concerto written for the instrument. Written sometime between 1708 and 1714, the concerto is written in the Baroque form of the sonata da chiesa, featuring a four-movement slow-fastslow-fast tempo archetype. It was originally written for the valveless Baroque trumpet that would have been the instrument of choice at the time of its composition. The first movement’s melodic material is given solely to the trumpet allowing the instrument to show off its lyrical qualities and beautiful sonorities. The second movement splits the melodic material with the strings in a call and response style. The third movement is written just for strings and continuo, and is in the style of a saraband. The trumpet returns for the joyful fourth movement where once again the melodic material is divided between the soloist and orchestra. ●

“Oh well, it’s one way of dying for one’s country!” — Edvard Grieg

Tomaso Albinoni

Born 1671, Venice, Italy Died 1750/51, Venice Italy

Concerto “San Marco” (c. 1712) Tomaso Albinoni was an incredibly successful and prolific Baroque composer whose popularity was at its height during his lifetime, often a rarity with composers. He referred to himself as an amateur musician, but was well-trained in music and also an excellent violinist. Perhaps his choosing of the word “amateur” is because he came from a wealthy family and didn’t need to compose or perform to earn his living. He started out writing church music, but without much success. His first accolades came with an early opera, where he found his niche – operas, cantatas, concerti, and sonatas. The Concerto “San Marco” was adapted for trumpet from the Violin Sonata in A Major, Op. 6, No. 11. The sonata was published in Albinoni’s collection Trattenimenti armonici, loosely translated to “Harmonic Entertainment.” The trumpet adaptation was made popular by the famous virtuoso Maurice André, whose recordings of both Baroque trumpet concerti and Baroque works adapted from other instruments, are considered some of the most spectacular ever recorded. As with the Telemann, the Albinoni is written in four movements and follows the same tempo sequence. The first movement is a slow and lyrical movement in which the trumpet takes center stage. In the second movement the trumpet and strings share much of the same melodic material, but without long periods of just soloist, or

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Thank You . just accompaniment. Often one force will start an idea, only to be interrupted by the opposing force, and often answering each other in a musical game of “anything you can do, I can do better,” with the trumpet being the clear winner. As the movement progresses the forces becomes slightly less combative in preparation for the upcoming slow movement. The andante is in the minor mode and very poignant. It is a brief respite that immediately leads into the allegro, written in 3/8 time, and characterized by brilliant sixteenth-note arpeggiated figures.

Franz Schubert

Born 1797, Vienna, Austria Died 1828, Vienna, Austria

Mass No. 2 in G Major (1815) Schubert composed his Mass in G Major when he was merely eighteen years old. He completed the Mass in a mere six days, and it was premiered (as was his first Mass) in the Lichtenthal church where he had attended services as a child. The Mass includes the traditional Roman Catholic text, but Schubert does take some artistic liberties and varies the words by way of repetition, reordering, and most notably in the Credo, a few deletions. Schubert’s Mass in G was never published in his lifetime. In fact, it was first published in 1845, but by another composer. The composer and music director at St. Vitus Cathedral in Prague, Robert Führer, had somehow gotten the work published under his name. Schubert’s brother, Ferdinand, was able to rectify the situation, and it is believed Führer ended up in prison for an embezzlement charge unrelated to his pilfering of Schubert’s Mass. Originally the Mass was scored for soprano, tenor, and bass soloists, mixed chorus, strings, and organ. Sometime later Schubert added trumpet and timpani parts. These parts which were initially considered spurious by Schubert scholars, thought to be the additions of either Ferdinand or Führer, have since been deemed authentic. ●

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The New Mexico Philharmonic would like to thank William Keleher and Spencer Edelman at Modrall Sperling for their legal services in the acquisition of the NMSO music library, instruments and equipment. The New Mexico Philharmonic musicians would like to thank the Hanson Foundation for the generous contributions made to musicians in New Mexico. The New Mexico Philharmonic would like to thank the following people for their support and in-kind donations of volunteer time, expertise, services, product and equipment. ● CITY & COUNTY APPRECIATION Mayor Richard J. Berry & the City of Albuquerque Trudy Jones & the Albuquerque City Council Maggie Hart Stebbins & the Bernalillo County Board of Commissioners Betty Rivera & the Albuquerque Cultural Services Department Mayling Armijo & the Bernalillo Economic Development & Cultural Services Amanda Colburn & the Bernalillo County Cultural Services Maryann Torrez & the Albuquerque Biopark Zoo Larry Parker & the KiMo Theatre BUSINESS & ORGANIZATION APPRECIATION American Federation of Musicians, Local 618 Audio Excellence Central United Methodist Church Classical 95.5 & 102.9 KHFM Congregation Albert Festival Ballet Albuquerque International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees Local 423 Joe’s Pasta House, Joe Guzzardi KUNM 89.9 Albuquerque, Santa Fe The Music Guild of New Mexico National Hispanic Cultural Center New Mexico Symphonic Chorus Parsons Brinkerhoff Penske Truck-Albuquerque Popejoy Hall Public Access Channel 27 Quote Unquote, Inc. Robertson and Sons Violin Shop Sacred Heart Church Smith Engineering St. John United Methodist Church Symphonic Audience Association of New Mexico Toomey Design Group University of New Mexico Music Department Whole Foods

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FIRST VIOLIN Krzysztof Zimowski Concertmaster David Felberg Associate Concertmaster Ruxandra Simionescu-Marquardt Assistant Concertmaster Phillip Coonce Joan Wang Jonathan Armerding Steve Ognacevic Kerri Lay Linda Boivin Barbara Rivers Nicolle Maniaci Barbara Scalf Morris SECOND VIOLIN Anthony Templeton • Carol Swift-Matton •• Julanie Lee Justin Pollak Michael Shu Ting Ting Yen Iris McDowell Roberta Branagan Sheila McLay Daniel Brandt + Susan French Brad Richards VIOLA Gary van Zals •+ Kimberly Fredenburgh •++ Nicholas Hill Christine Rancier Sigrid Karlstrom Virginia Lawrence Willy Sucre Joan Hinterbichler Lisa DiCarlo

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Bob & Susan McGuire John & Kathleen Mezoff Martha Miller Sharon A. Moynahan Mark & Marsha Napolin Richard S. Nenoff & Deborah Ridley George & Mary Novotny Rebecca Okun Jerald & Cindi Parker Howard & Frederica Paul Cynthia Phillips & Thomas Martin John Provine Mary Raje, in memory of Frederick C. Raje Rocking J.T. Foundation, in honor of the Rotary Club of Albuquerque Ruth Ronan Norman Segel Sharon Sharrett Walt & Beth Simpson Southern Wine & Spirits Southwest Women’s Health Patricia & Luis Stelzner Charles & Flossie Stillwell Jane Stuart Larry Titman Arthur & Sandra Vall-Spinosa Margaret Vining Richard Vivian Carl G. & Janet V. Weis Ann & Thomas Wood Lance Woodworth David Worledge Andrea Yannone Jim Zabilski & Sue Johnson Michael & Jeanine Zenge PRINCIPALS CIRCLE Donation of $125–$499 Ed Alelyunas ALH Foundation Inc. Gerald Alldredge Joan Allen John Ames Jo Marie & Jerry Anderson Anonymous Anonymous Paul & Mary Lee Anthony Marilyn & Robert Antinone Jackie Baca & Ken Genco Joel A. & Sandra S. Baca Toni Baca, in memory of Sylvester Baca

Genevieve & Stanley Baker Robert P. & Charlene Baker Margaret Barker & Clark Varnell Elinore M. Barrett William Bechtold Janice & Bryan Beck Harry Beckhoff Debra & Kirk Benton June Best Gay & Stan Betzer Douglas Binder Leonie Boehmer Rod & Genelia Boenig Iris & Richard Brackett Sheldon & Marilyn Bromberg Ronald Bronitsky, MD Carolyn Brooks Mary & Jim Brown B. L. Brumer Mary Letty Buchholz Miriam Burhans Lynne Byron Glo Cantwell Shirley & Ed Case John & Barbara Chickosky Kathy & Lance Chilton Joan Chism Kathleen & Hugh Church Wendy Cieslak Frankie Clemons Brenda & George Coffey Monica Collier Bethany & Christopher Confessore Marion Cottrell Bob Crain Dianne Cress & Jon McCorkell Richard & Margaret Cronin Alyce Cummins Stephen Czuchlewski Hubert O. Davis, Jr. Fran DiMarco Catie Dixon Raymond Doberneck Ernest Dorko Patricia & Leonard Duda Albert Dugan Duganne Family, in memory of Paul Duganne Sarah Dunn, Strategic Management Solutions, LLC, in memory of Paula Basile Susan & Daniel Dunne Patsy Duphorne Paul & Cathrine Eichel Carol & John Ellis

Mildred & Richard Elrick Henry Erwin Donna Rae & Ray Esquibel Frankie & David Ewing Jo Margaret & John Farris Leonard & Arlette Felberg Janice Firkins Heidi Fleischmann & James Scott Mary Kay & Thomas Fleming Denise Fligner Melissa Freeman & Dr. Brad Raisher Louis Fuchs Jack Fuller Daniel & Elena Gallegos Chuck & Judy Gibbon Robert & Maria Goldstein Matthew & Amy Greer Sharon Gross Ron Halbgewachs Katherine Green Hammond Janet & Donald Harris Joan Harris Harris Hartz John & Diane Hawley Stephen & Aida Ramos Heath Guy & Nina Hobbs Holly & Ulton Hodgin Kiernan Holliday Mark Hoover Carol Horner Betty Humphrey Margaret Hutchinson Thomas & Greta Keleher Steven Kells Robert Jones Nancy Joste & John Pietz Mary Julyan Carol Kaemper Dorene E. Kahl Margaret Harvey & Mark Kilburn Thomas Kilroy Ann King Toni & Robert Kingsley Rebecca Kiss Karen M. Kupper Howard Lewin Linda Lewis Madeleine Lewis Robert & Judith Lindeman Byron Lindsey Michael Linver Verne Loose Sara Love, in memory of Thomas P. Love Jr. Major & Mrs. Kenneth Luedeke

Edward Marinsek Marita Marshall John & Glenda Mathes Joseph McCanna Dr. & Mrs. Jack D. McCarthy Sallie & Denis McCarthy, in memory of Ellie Sanchez & Jane McDonald Sallie & Denis McCarthy Ronald McCarty Pete & Lois McCatharn Randall & Monica McComus Carol & David McFarland, in memory of Paula Basile Elizabeth McMaster Cynthia & Paul McNaull Virginia & Stephen Meyer Joyce Miller Peggy & Jim Mills Martin Minasian Christine & Russell Mink Michael Mitnik Mark Moll Barbara Morris Deborah Muldawer Betsy Nichols Donald Norton Toots & Scott Obershain Wendy & Ray Orley Del & Barbara Packwood Jesus M. Parra Stuart & Janice Paster The Ralph & Ella Pavone Family Trust Calla Ann Pepmueller Richard Perry Lang Ha Pham Quinten Plikerd Prudential Foundation Matthew & Lisa Pullen & Family Chris Rancier, in memory of Charlyn Anderson Robert Reinke Clifford & Sandra Richardson Don & Barbara Rigali Erika Rimson & David Bernstein John & Peggy Robb Joan Robbins Margaret E. Roberts Shelly Roberts & Dewey Moore Kletus Rood Jeffrey Romero Darryl & Jan Ruehle Harvey & Laurie Ruskin Rosemary Saur Nancy Scheer

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Rebecca & Gerald Schobert Howard & Marian Schreyer Kathleen Schulz Casey Scott & Steve Ridlon Justine Scott Albert Seargeant Maryl & Ron Segel Barbara & Daniel Shapiro Marilyn Sheppard Deborah Silverman R. J. & Katherine Simonson Carol Smith Lee & Jori Smith Patty & Bill Snead Jane Snyder Vera Snyder Steven & Keri Sobolik Susan Soliz, Inc, Becky & Arvind Raichur Conrad & Marcella Stahly Eric & Maggie Hart Stebbins David & Rebecca Steele Jeanne & Sid Steinberg Paula Steinberg Brent & Maria Stephens Dorothy Stermer Dodie Stevens Robert St. John David Stryker & Lee A. Reynis James Stuart Laurence Tackman Donald W. Thompson Robin Thompson Norbert Topf Linda Towle Yetta Tropp Joan & Len Truesdell E. M. Wachocki Marianne Walck Cynthia & Bill Warren Patricia Weiler Judy B. & Peter Weinreb Rob Weinstein Jamie L. Welles & Thomas Dellaira Bill & Janislee Wiese Bronwyn Wilson Karen & Johnny Wilson Walter Wolf


2013/14 Season

Daniel Wright Yummi House Nancy & Michael Zwolinski FRIENDS OF THE PHILHARMONIC Donation of $25–$124 Bill & Sall Aber Jerry & Nadine Allen Roger Ames APU Solutions, in memory of Paula Basile Carolyn Aragon Eugene & Rita Aronson Janice J. Arrott Pat Asay Lynn Asbury & John Wronosky David Baca Mary E. Baca Patrick J. & Marie M. Baca Thomas J. & Helen K. Baca Melanie Baise Laura & Kevin Banks Lois Barraclough Graham Bartlett Harold & Pat Baskin Edie Beck Benchmark Real Estate Investments, Margaret Orona in memory of Ernest J. Orona Helen Benoist Peggy Blackburn Katherine Blaker Katie Bock Joanne Bodin Dennis & Elizabeth Boesen Dr. David & Sheila Bogost Peter Bond Paula & James Bonnell, in memory of Louise Coonce Henry & Nancy Botts Joan Bowden Brad Boyce Enid Bradley Susan Brake Roberta Branagan Charles Brandt, in memory of Jennifer K. Brandt Elinore Bratton

Elinore Bratton, in memory of Merton Bratton James & Ann Bresson Monica & Lee Brown Susan Browne Dr. Lisa M. Brunacini & Rita M. Giannini Jeanne Burgess Charles Campbell Elizabeth Canfield Joseph Cella Central New Mexico Labor Council Barbara & Roscoe Champion Suzy Charnas Judith Chazin-Bennahum & David Bennahum Jean & John Cheek Betty Chowning, in memory of Ken Chowning Judith & Thomas Christopher Ralph & Elizabeth Churchill Barbara & Aaron Clark Peggy Clark, in memory of Robert Clark Julia & Carlton Clay, in honor of Stephanie Przybylska Julia Cocks Fredric & Rosalyn Cohen Henry & Ettajane Conant Michelle Cook Merrie Courtright Ralph Cover Mark Curtis Daniel P. Davis Joan Davis Joanna de Keyser Margaret DeLong Candice & Daniel Demar Donald DeNoon Helene R. Dickel Sinisa Djordjevic Elizabeth & Thomas Dodson Joanne Donsbach Janice Dosch E. Josephine Drummond Irene Dubicka Betty & Stuart Dubois Stephen Dunaway

Deborah Barba Eagan East Range Piedra Vista Neighborhood Association, in memory of Paula Basile John Eckert Anne C. Eisfeller Marvin Ekedal Helen Elliott Robert & Dolores Engstrom Roger C. Entringer Stephanie Eras Carlos Esparza David & Regan Eyerman Marie E. Fellin, in memory of Blaine Eatinger Margaret Fischer Buford Fisher Rona Fisher Rona Fisher, in memory of Louise Coonce Hahn Fletcher Paul Fornell James & Jean Franchell Kim Fredenburgh J. Arthur Freed Susan Freed Gwen & Charles Gallagher Clarence Gallegos & Anna Y. Vigil Ann Garcia William Garrison Lind Gee Audrey Martinez & Paul Getz Karolyn Goldenberg Donald & Diane Goldfarb The Very Rev. J. Mark Goodman Linda Hill & Peter Gordinier, in memory of Paula Basile Cindy Graham Erna Sue Greening Peter Gregory Blanche & Justin Griffin Stan & Sara Griffith Virginia Grossetete Mina Jane Grothey Frank Grubbs Carl & Nancy Guist Herman Haase Stan & Jan Hafenfeld Lois Hall Vaux and Hilda Hall

Bennett A. Hammer Nancy Hampton Janet Harrington John B. Aidun & Joan M. Harris Frederick Hart Marilyn & Edward Hartig John Harvey Nancy Harwood Arthur G. Hassall Victoria Hatch & Oswaldo Pereira Laurel Hause Nancy Hayden, in memory of Paula Basile Reinhold & Janice Heck Rosalie & Leon Heller Rogene Henderson Sara Henning Eugene S. Hertel Donna Hill Glenn Hinchclifte Fred Hindel Kristin Hogge Betsy Nichols & Steve Holmes Barbara Holt David & Bonnie Holten Kim Hooker Lisa Hooper Helen & Stanley Hordes Cecilia & Mark Horner Connie & Jim Houle William Howe Lorna & Henry Howerton Carolyn Hudson James Hughes Janet & Vincent Humann Anthony & Susan Hunt Lois Jackson, in honor of Brynn & John Marchiando Gwenellen Janov Bette A. Johnson Nancy Jo Johnson Nancy M. Johnson Orval & Pauline Jones Wilbur & Justin Kahn Summers & Norty Kalishman Anna Mae Kann Julius & Robin Kaplan Joyce Kaser Channing & Ida Kelly James Kelly Evy Kimmell

Donor Circles .

Karen & Bill Knauf Michael & Malva Knoll Katherine Kraus Ethel & Edward Lane, in memory of Sylvester Baca Eric Lange Ed Valley Lawrance R. Jeffery & Jane W. Lawrence Becky Lee Guy LeSage Suzanne Pineda Levison Ronald Loehman George Loehr Nancy D. Loisel Tillie Lopez Joel Lorimer Carol Lovato Betty Lovering Linda J. Lunbeck William Lynn Carl Macaluso Martha MacDonald Margret Macy Dawn R. Mahowald Susan Malone Susan Margison, in memory of Paula Basile Brenda & Robert Maruca Leslie Maxwell Andrew McDowell Virginia McGiboney Donna McGill Jane & David McGuire Carol & David McFarland, in memory of Paula Basile Elizabeth McMaster Cynthia & Paul McNaull Pamela & Don Michaelis Thomas Miles Carol Mills Marcia Miolano Mohinder & Deborah Mital Beatriz Mitchell Tom Moodie Dorothy Morse, in memory of Joe Zoeckler Ted & Mary Morse John & Patsy Mosman Carolyn Muggenburg Katarina Nagy Edward Naimark Marilee Nason

Richard Neuman Pauline & James Ney Thomas Nims Jack Norris David & Audrey Northrop Hilary A. Noskin David & Marilyn Novat Si Scott Obenshain Marilyn Jean O'Hara Gabriele O’Keefe Judith Oliva, in memory of Paula Basile Gloria & Greg Olson, in memory of Louise Coonce Estherella Olszowka Peter & Susan Ostwald J. Pace & Nancy Vandevender Margaret Palumbo Margaret & Doyle Pargin Judyth Parker Delores Parrett Diane & Mark Parshall Linda Pasternacki Marjorie Patrick & Michael VanLaanen in memory of Erra Patrick Marjorie Patrick Rose & Richard Paul Ann Pedone Anna Perea Maria Pereyra Mrs. Rae & Stephen Perls, in memory of Karl P. Koenig Timothy Peterson Barbara Pierce, in memory of Richard Kavet Dorothy Pierson Harvey J. Pommer Marina Porter Richard Prall Carol & George Price Shirley Puariea Therese Quinn Tari Radin, in memory of Louise Coonce Mary Ann Radnich Jane Rael Elizabeth Raskob Mary Ellen Ratzer Marit Rawley Veronica Reed & LeRoy Lehr

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Ray Reeder Carol Renfro, in memory of Pat Fairchild Patricia Renken Ellen M. Richards Glenda Richardson Margaret Rickert Ira Rimson Matthew Robertson Gwenn Robinson, MD & Dwight Burney III, MD Norman Roderick Alice & Larry Rodgers Ann Berkley Rodgers Barbara & Joseph Roesch Lorraine Roff Lorraine Roff, in memory of Louise Coonce Estelle H. Rosenblum Thomas Rotowsky Sue Roujansky Warren Rowe Jennifer A. Salisbury & Fred Ragsdale Victoria Sanchez Scott & Margaret Sanders Carol Sawyer Elaine Schepps Margit Schleimer David Schnitzer, in memory of Mary Anella David Schnitzer Laura Scholfield William E. Schuler & Carolyn Callaway Frederick Schwab Judith Schwartz George deSchweinitz Joan Scott John Scott Betty Cobey Senescu Thomas Sepulveda Margaret & Frank Seusy Richard Shagam Donea Shane Donea Shane, dedicated to William D. Shane Jr. Cleveland Sharp Dan Shawver Arthur & Colleen M. Sheinberg Shirley Xiu-Li Shen Gary Shepherd Robert & Lelia Shepperson Mona Sherrell

Leslie N. Shultis Janet Simon Marsha & Don Simonson Gary Singer Vivian Skadron MaryDee Skinner Mr. & Mrs. Matthew Sloves Mr. & Mrs. Donald W. Smith Harry & Patricia Smith Kirk Smith Soyka Studios Jean & Allen Spalt Mary & John Sparks Gwyn & Tracy Sprouls Geny Stein Harvey Steinberg Luciana Stermer Daphne Stevens Maria Stevens Judy Stoft Roberta Stolpestad, in memory of Paula Basile John Stover Lawrence Straus Donald & JeanAnn Swan George Ann & Tom Tabor, in memory of Paula Basile David & Jane Tallant Mary Frances & Robert Tapscott P. D. & M. V. Tannen Robin Tawney Nina & Gary Thayer Elisabeth Thibault Andy Thomas & Marit Tully Edward Thomas Patricia & George Thomas Richard Thompson Phyllis Taylor & Bruce Thomson Julie Tierney Jack Tischhauser, in memory of Sylvester Baca Marilyn Toler Wayne & Maryann Trott John Tucker Nate Ukens United Bank of Switzerland David Vaughan Roderick Ventura

John J. Vittal Mary Ann & Campbell Wade Arun Wahi Cheryl Walker Sherry & Michael Walls, in memory of Paula Basile David Walsh Joanne & Kennth Walston Joan Wang, in memory of Charlyn Anderson Barbara Waserman Jan Armstrong Watts Carol & W.R. Wawersik Jean & Dale Webster Robert Weiler Iris Weinstein Debbie Wesbrook Kay West Maryann & Eugene Wewerka Liza White Trudy & Robert White Roland Wiele Loretta Williams Rosemary Winkler Kathryn Wissel Jim Wockenfuss Marti Wolf Valerie Woodward Dot & Don Wortman Sue Wright Diana Zavitz, in honor of Pat & Ray Harwick Albert & Donna Zeman Carol Zulauf 9/8/2013 â—?

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