An Evening with
Gil Shaham A 2020-21 Season Finale Benefit Concert
June 8 & 9 •S E A 21
P R E S E N T S
A Round of Applause to Our Sponsors! ProMusica would like to thank the following for their generous support of tonight’s event.
GIL SHAHAM’S APPEARANCE IS MADE POSSIBLE BY:
The COR Group UBS Financial Services Inc. SERIES SPONSOR
Thank you to Rose Bredl Flowers & Gifts for the flower arrangements.
Chief Executive Officer Dear Friends:
Photo: Rick Buchanan Photography
Welcome to ProMusica’s 2021 Season Finale Benefit Concert! We are absolutely thrilled to feature the Grammy award winning artist and legendary violinist Gil Shaham as our guest soloist, to conclude our 2020-21 Season of Festivals! As I reflect on the past fifteen months, my heart is filled with gratitude. We have done A LOT of things differently this year! Every creative muscle has been flexed to bring music to audiences near and far. From our digital concerts reaching viewers from across the globe, moving our education programming online, to being the first major performing arts organization in Columbus to present live, in-person concerts last summer – one thing is very clear — and that is while trying to survive, creativity came alive. My deepest thanks goes to those who are the heart and soul of this orchestra. To our musicians, for leaning in with us on this adventure to keep music alive during a global pandemic. To our amazing administrative team, for staying resilient, positive and always finding joy despite hard times. To our Music Director David Danzmayr and Creative Partner Vadim Gluzman, for being bold yet grounded while navigating an ever-changing environment. To our Board of Trustees for giving steadfast support both emotionally and financially. Finally, to all of YOU – our sponsors, friends, family, volunteers, loyal audiences, and patrons — for your care and generosity. Your support has never been more important. Thank you! I hope you will enjoy tonight’s program and this special evening of musical artistry and friendship, as we celebrate this unforgettable 2020-21 Season. Warmest wishes,
Born in America and raised in Taiwan, Janet Chen has led an active and diverse career as a performing musician, arts administrator, and music educator. She holds a bachelor's degree from the Oberlin Conservatory of Music and a master's degree in flute performance from the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music. She completed the Executive Program for Nonprofit Leaders in the Arts — a joint program of the Stanford Graduate School of Business and National Arts Strategies; and also participated in the Executive Fellowship Program with the Jefferson Center Academy for Leadership and Governance. In 2018, Janet was one of ten members representing Columbus at the Young American Leaders Program at the Harvard Business School. She was selected as one of Columbus Business First’s “Forty Under 40” and one of “19 Non-profit Innovators” by CityPulse Columbus. Janet has been featured in Columbus CEO Magazine, The Columbus Dispatch, and is a featured artist as part of Columbus, Ohio’s “Art Makes Columbus” marketing campaign. In 2018, she was named a YWCA Columbus Woman of Achievement and honored by Columbus Business First as one of the “Most Admired Executives in Central Ohio.” Janet serves on the Board of the Columbus Music Commission and is a member of the Columbus Cultural Leadership Consortium. Prior to joining ProMusica, Janet served as Assistant Principal Flute with the Taipei Symphony Orchestra in Taipei, Taiwan and appeared as guest soloist several times. Janet spent two summers as a flute instructor at the Interlochen Center for the Arts in Michigan, where she coached and taught students who attended the Interlochen Summer Arts Camp. 20/21 SEASON
To deliver a world-class chamber
About the Orchestra ProMusica and our 37 musicians are redefining what it means to be a chamber orchestra. For four decades, ProMusica’s programs have honored the classics and celebrated the contemporary through world-class performances and creative approaches to musical storytelling. Led by Music Director David Danzmayr and Creative Partner Vadim Gluzman, renowned violinist, the orchestra reaches a broad audience across the city—as the resident orchestra at the intimate Southern Theatre in downtown Columbus, and at notable venues beyond the I-270 outer belt. In 2017, ProMusica made its Chicago debut performing for a sold-out crowd at the North Shore Chamber Music Festival. We embrace an array of eras and influences—as masters of classical works, champions of bold new commissions and innovators of crossover collaborations, ProMusica’s performances are time-tested and modern, presented in ways that few orchestras can. We are widely recognized as
orchestra experience through: Innovative programming, Audience intimacy, Exceptional talent & Artistic excellence
a national leader in promoting contemporary repertoire— with 68 commissions and more than 120 world and regional premieres by composers including Pulitzer Prize winners Kevin Puts and Aaron Jay Kernis, Gabriela Montero, Michael Daugherty, Lera Auerbach, Conrad Tao and Joshua Roman. In addition, ProMusica has an active recording program with 13 CDs released to date. This is a testament to the world-class musicians on stage who thrive on artistic exploration and risk-taking—performing with the highest skill, emotion and humanity for our audiences. Deeply rooted in our city’s cultural fabric, ProMusica’s community outreach programs impact approximately 17,000 lives each season. Musicians travel to local schools, senior citizens attend live rehearsals, and underserved youth are given life-changing opportunities with the power of music. Programs such as “Play Us Forward” offer an integrated, in-school curriculum, while family concerts at Columbus Metropolitan Library branches provide arts access in nurturing neighborhood environments. “Coda: Post-Concert Conversations” give the opportunity for a direct dialogue between audiences and guest artists— deepening engagement with the music and performers. Our annual Summer Music Series at Franklin Park Conservatory & Botanical Gardens is free and open to the public, demonstrating our unwavering commitment to offer accessible and transformative performances to all residents in our community. ProMusica is a truly personal arts experience, one that’s full of surprise and delight and belonging. ProMusica is more than an orchestra. It’s a movement. And we’re thrilled you’ve chosen to be a part of it tonight.
Photo: Rick Buchanan Photography
The Elizabeth M. Ross Music Director
David Danzmayr David Danzmayr joined ProMusica as Music Director in 2013. Widely regarded as one of the most talented and exciting European conductors of his generation, David served as the Chief Conductor of the Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra, continuing to hold the role of Honorary Conductor, and has quickly become a sought-after guest conductor for orchestras around the globe. Previously, he served as Music Director of the Illinois Philharmonic Orchestra in Chicago, where he was lauded regularly by both the Chicago Tribune and Chicago Classical Review for the performances. David has won prizes at some of the world´s most prestigious conducting competitions including a 2nd prize at the International Gustav Mahler Conducting Competition and prizes at the International Malko Conducting Competition. For his extraordinary success he has been awarded the Bernhard Paumgartner Medal by the Internationale Stiftung Mozarteum. David received his musical training at the University Mozarteum in Salzburg where, after initially studying piano, he went on to study conducting in the class of Dennis Russell Davies. He finished his studies with the highest honors. In February 2021, David was announced as the new Music Director of the Oregon Symphony.
Creative Partner & Principal Guest Artist
Vadim Gluzman Universally recognized among today’s top performing artists, Vadim Gluzman brings to life the glorious violinistic tradition of the 19th and 20th centuries. Gluzman’s wide repertoire embraces new music and his performances are heard around the world through live broadcasts and a striking catalogue of award-winning recordings exclusively for the BIS label. The Israeli violinist has appeared with the Berlin Philharmonic, Boston Symphony, Orchestre de Paris, Leipzig Gewandhaus, Israel Philharmonic, London Symphony, Royal Concertgebouw and many others. He collaborates with leading conductors including Riccardo Chailly, Christoph von Dohnányi, Tugan Sokhiev, Sir Andrew Davis, Neeme Järvi, Michael Tilson Thomas, Semyon Bychkov and Hannu Lintu. Festival appearances include performances at Ravinia, Tanglewood, Verbier, and the North Shore Chamber Music Festival in Chicago, founded by Gluzman and pianist Angela Yoffe, his wife and recital partner. Distinguished Artist in Residence at the Peabody Conservatory, Gluzman performs on the legendary 1690 ‘ex-Leopold Auer’ Stradivari, on extended loan to him through the generosity of the Stradivari Society of Chicago.
Gil Shaham is one of the foremost violinists of our time; his flawless technique combined with his inimitable warmth and generosity of spirit has solidified his renown as an American master. The Grammy Award-winner, also named Musical America’s “Instrumentalist of the Year,” is sought after throughout the world for concerto appearances with leading orchestras and conductors, and regularly gives recitals and appears with ensembles on the world’s great concert stages and at the most prestigious festivals. Highlights of recent years include the acclaimed recording and performances of J.S. Bach’s complete sonatas and partitas for solo violin. In the coming seasons in addition to championing these solo works he will join his long time duo partner pianist, Akira Eguchi in recitals throughout North America, Europe, and Asia.
Appearances with orchestra regularly include the Berlin Philharmonic, Boston Symphony, Chicago Symphony, Israel Philharmonic, Los Angeles Philharmonic, New York Philharmonic, Orchestre de Paris, and San Francisco Symphony as well as multi-year residencies with the Orchestras of Montreal, Stuttgart and Singapore. With orchestra, Mr. Shaham continues his exploration of “Violin Concertos of the 1930s,” including the works of Barber, Bartok, Berg, Korngold, Prokofiev, among many others. Mr. Shaham has more than two dozen concerto and solo CDs to his name, earning multiple Grammys, a Grand Prix du Disque, Diapason d’Or, and Gramophone Editor’s Choice. Many of these recordings appear on Canary Classics, the label he founded in 2004. His CDs include 1930s Violin Concertos, Virtuoso Violin Works, Elgar’s Violin Concerto, Hebrew Melodies, The Butterfly Lovers and many more. His most recent recording in the series 1930s Violin Concertos Vol. 2, including Prokofiev’s Violin Concerto and Bartok’s Violin Concerto No. 2, was nominated for a Grammy Award. He will release a new recording of Beethoven and Brahms Concertos with The Knights in 2020. Mr. Shaham was born in Champaign-Urbana, Illinois, in 1971. He moved with his parents to Israel, where he began violin studies with Samuel Bernstein of the Rubin Academy of Music at the age of 7, receiving annual scholarships from the America-Israel Cultural Foundation. In 1981, he made debuts with the Jerusalem Symphony and the Israel Philharmonic, and the following year, took the first prize in Israel’s Claremont Competition. He then became a scholarship student at Juilliard, and also studied at Columbia University. Gil Shaham was awarded an Avery Fisher Career Grant in 1990, and in 2008 he received the coveted Avery Fisher Prize. In 2012, he was named “Instrumentalist of the Year” by Musical America. He plays the 1699 “Countess Polignac” Stradivarius, and lives in New York City with his wife, violinist Adele Anthony, and their three children.
D AV I D D A N Z M AY R THE ELIZABETH M. ROSS MUSIC DIRECTOR
VIOLINS Katherine McLin, concertmaster The Donald G. Dunn Chair Rebecca Willie, assistant concertmaster The Joan M. Herbers Chair Jennifer Ross, principal second The Wilson Family Chair **Amy Cave The Randy & Marilyn Miller Chair Eric Kline The Jim & Ida Copenhaver Ginter Chair Heather Kufchak The Deborah Raita Chair Solomon Liang The Laurie & Thomas W. Hill Chair William Manley The Fran Luckoff Chair Victoria Moreira The Dyann & E. Joel Wesp Chair Koko Watanabe The Elizabeth Williams Chair VIOLAS Mary Harris, principal The Margaret & Jerome Cunningham Chair **Brett Allen The Keith F. & Katherine B. Dufrane Trust Chair Stephen Goist The Regie & David Powell Chair Michael Isaac Strauss The Anne Powell Riley Chair VIOLONCELLOS Marc Moskovitz, principal The Barbara Trueman Chair **Joel Becktell The Donna K. Laidlaw Chair Nat Chaitkin The William K. Laidlaw Chair Cora Kuyvenhoven T he Bob & Mary Frances Restrepo Chair
BASSES John Pellegrino, principal The John F. Brownley Chair Patrick Bilanchone The Kathryn D. Sullivan Chair FLUTES Vacant, principal The Dana Navin Schultz Chair Vacant The Miriam & Bernard Yenkin Chair OBOES Donna Conaty, principal The Lee Shackelford Chair Jessica Smithorn The Artie & Alisa Isaac Chair CLARINETS Ilya Shterenberg, principal T he Beth Grimes-Flood & Tom Flood Chair Jennifer Magistrelli The Jack & Betsy Farrar Chair BASSOONS Ellen Connors, principal The Loann W. Crane Chair Rachael Young The Carolyn Merry & Bob Redfield Chair HORNS Stephanie Blaha, principal The Todd S. Swatsler Chair Vacant The Denise & Barry Blank Chair TRUMPETS Vacant, principal The Susan L. Quintenz Chair Timothy Leasure The William & Wendy Faust Chair
TIMPANI & PERCUSSION Renee Keller, principal The Michael & Jody Croley Jones Chair Rajesh Prasad The Bob Redfield & Mary Yerina Chair HARP Jeanne Norton, principal The Sustaining Board Chair HARPSICHORD Aya Hamada, principal The ProMusica Board Chair in memory of Ida Copenhaver ASSISTING MUSICIANS Meghan Guegold horn ORCHESTRA MANAGER Mariana Szalaj The Regie & David Powell Chair **Begins the alphabetical listing of string players who participate in a system of rotated seating. The Musicians of the ProMusica Chamber Orchestra are members of, and represented by, the Central Ohio Federation of Musicians, Local 103 of the American Federation of Musicians.
An Evening with Gil Shaham Gil Shaham, violin • David Danzmayr, conductor The Fives // Tuesday, June 8 // 7:30 PM The Fives // Wednesday, June 9 // 7:30 PM
Fratres for Violin, Percussion, and String Orchestra Gil Shaham, violin
W.A. MOZART Violin Concerto No. 5 in A Major, KV 219 "Turkish" I. Allegro aperto II. Adagio III. Rondeau (Tempo di Menuetto) Gil Shaham, violin
INTERMISSION BÉLA BARTÓK Romanian Folk Dances Arr. by Arthur Willner I. Bot tánc / Jocul cu bâtă (Stick Dance) II. Brâul (Sash Dance) III. Topogó / Pe loc (In One Spot) IV. Bucsumí tánc / Buciumeana (Dance from Bucsum) V. Román polka / Poarga Românească (Romanian Polka) VI. Aprózó / Mărunţel (Fast Dance) WILLIAM GRANT STILL Danzas de Panama I. Tamborito II. Mejorana y Socavon III. Punto IV. Cumbia y Congo JOHANNES BRAHMS Hungarian Dances No. 1 and No. 5 Arr. by Matthew Naughtin 20/21 SEASON
Annual Fund Contributors ProMusica Chamber Orchestra is grateful to the following donors who support our mission and work in the community. We invite you to join our circle of supporters online at Promusicacolumbus.org, or by calling ProMusica’s Development Office at 614.464.0066 ext. 104. This list includes contributions made for the period of July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2020, and includes gifts made during The Columbus Foundation’s 2020 Big Give.
MAESTROS $10,000 AND ABOVE Gifts from Individuals The Crowley Family Charitable Fund Margaret and Jerome Cunningham Donald G. Dunn Ida Copenhaver and Jim Ginter Joan Herbers Donna Laidlaw Mary Frances and Bob Restrepo Kathryn Sullivan Todd Swatsler Barbara Trueman Miriam and Bernie Yenkin Anonymous Support from Corporations, Foundations & Public Agency Funds American Electric Power Cardinal Health Foundation Kenneth L. Coe And Jack Barrow Fund of The Columbus Foundation The Crane Family Foundation DGD Group The Fox Foundation Greater Columbus Arts Council Ingram-White Castle Foundation L Brands Nationwide Ohio Arts Council PNC ProMusica Sustaining Board The Reinberger Foundation The Shackelford Family Fund of The Columbus Foundation The Siemer Family Foundation
ENCORE $5,000 - $9,999 Gifts from Individuals Deborah Anderson George Barrett Lavea Brachman and Andrew O. Smith John F. Brownley Loann Crane The Michael and Paige Crane Fund of The Columbus Foundation Beth Grimes-Flood and Tom Flood Sylvia Goldberg Jody Croley Jones and Mike Jones Suzanne Karpus Renee K. and George M. Levine Fund of The Columbus Foundation Nancy Marzella Regie and David Powell The Quintenz Family Mary Yerina and Robert Redfield Anne Powell Riley Dana Navin Schultz and Hugh Schultz Support from Corporations & Foundations CoverMyMeds Key Bank The Hattie and Robert Lazarus Fund of The Columbus Foundation SYMPHONY $3,000 - $4,999 Gifts from Individuals Denise and Barry Blank Lauren Bonfield and Stephen Keyes Henry W. & Martha L. Bruner Philanthropic Fund at the Community Foundation of Greater Buffalo Annjia Hsu and David Chan Wendy and Bill Faust 20/21 SEASON
Dara and Mark Gillis Laurie and Thomas Hill Artie and Alisa Isaac - Yellow Springs Community Foundation Drs. Bill Mitchell and Wayne Lawson The Mary and Robert Lazarus Fund of The Columbus Foundation Helen Liebman and Tom Battenberg Fran Luckoff Marilyn and Randy Miller Deborah Raita Jane Werum Dyann and Joel Wesp Elizabeth Williams Anonymous Support from Corporations & Foundations The Ann and Gordon Getty Foundation Porter Wright Morris & Arthur, LLP SPECIAL GIFTS In Honor of Pat Garavito Cardinal Health CONCERTO $2,000 -$2,999 Gifts from Individuals Lynn and Paul Blower The G. Britton & Carol Durell Family Fund of The Columbus Foundation Mary and Steve Burkey Peter and Jayne Wenner Costanza Lynn Elliott Anne and Matthew Fornshell Pat and Darla Garavito Susan Johnson Susan and Ken Quintenz Elizabeth Sawyers David Schooler Sallie J. Sherman
Tydvil Thomas Anonymous Support from Corporations & Foundations BakerHostetler Diamond Hill Management, Inc. English Family Foundation Puffin Foundation West SPECIAL GIFTS In Memory of Frances Lazarus Peggy Lazarus RHAPSODY $1,000 - $1,999 Gifts from Individuals Christina and Dan Crane Sally and Roger Baughman Pamela and John Beeler Rose Marie Bennett Catherine and John Brody Yvonne and Richard Burry Trish and John Cadwallader Patt and Chuck DeRousie Keith Dufrane The David and Anne Durell Family Foundation of The Columbus Foundation Elizabeth and Jack Farrar Dona Fling Judy Garel Katie and Jake Gibson Megan and John Gilligan Linda and Bill Habig Steven Hillyer Ann and Thomas E. Hoaglin Pam Hussen and Patrick Vincent The Josenhans Family Fund of The Columbus Foundation Ruth Lantz Carol Larimer Susan and Barry Lubow Elliott S. Luckoff Margaret A. Malone Susan and Bill McDonough Emily B. McGinnis Annegreth T. Nill and Bruce C. Posey Julie and Bob Rutter Lynda and Doug Schockman Ann and Doug Teske
Nancy and Ray Traub Gail Walter and Allen Proctor Anonymous Support from Foundations & Public Agency Funds The Columbus Foundation Better Together Campaign The Hildreth Foundation The Mattlin Foundation Anonymous SPECIAL GIFTS In Memory of George Corey Georgeann Corey In Honor of Mark Corna Margaret and Robert Walter Foundation In Honor of Donald Dunn Rhonda and Michael Murnane In Memory of Pamela Romeo Elliott James Elliott In Memory of Allene N. Gilman Allene N. Gillman Charitable Trust In Memory of Megan Tostado-Bible Sergio and Katisha Tostado SONATA $500 - $999 Gifts from Individuals Janet Armstrong and David Blau Julia and Milt Baughman Ellen Bowden Beth Crane and Richard McKee Kevin Duffy Cornelia Ferguson Joanne Figge Bebe and John F. Finn Barbara and Gary Giller Patricia Hadler Melissa and Herb Hedden Brandy and Joshua Hill Michael Hock Marilyn and George Hoeflinger Pat Cash Isaacson and Jack Isaacson Patricia and Brent Jackson Ursula and Wolfgang Kunze Benjamin Martin 20/21 SEASON
Mary Pat Martin and Rick Livingston Susan Meiling Angela and John Petro Harry Pukay-Martin Cordelia Robinson Patrick Ross Stacie and Mark Sholl Kitty and James Soldano Stephanie and Grant Stephenson Sadie and Seyman Stern Nancy Strause Mary and William Vorys Lillian and Francis Webb The Yaffe/Stump Family Foundation of The Columbus Foundation Anonymous SPECIAL GIFTS In Memory of Zelda Deber Drs. Clara D. Bloomfield & Albert de la Chapelle OVERTURE $250 - $499 Gifts from Individuals Robert Allen George and Vanessa Arnold Frank Birinyi Constance Bodiker Katherine Borst-Jones Merom and Judith Brachman David Brown Family Fund of The Columbus Foundation E. Leroy Bundy Todd Clark Mark and Minda Corna Jill and Ron Dean Betsy and Nick DeFusco Cindy and John Deliman Harriet and Scott Donaldson Mabel Freeman Karen and Ben Freudenreich Jerome Friedman Barbara Glover Mary Jo Green Vincent and Gayle Herried Adam and Rebbie Hill Fern Hunt Susan and Matt Kairis Debora and Ira Kane Chris Knisely and David McCoy Joyce and Willem Kogeler Susan and Douglas Levin
Jennifer Magistrelli Christine Merritt Judy Michaelson The Dixie Sayre Miller Fund of The Columbus Foundation Karen and Neil Moss Larry and Peg Neal Ansel Norris Ruth Paulson Lucy Porter Sue Porter and Mike Sayre Lyle Saylor Barbara and James Pritchard Judith and Richard H. Reuning Linda Roomann and William Slutz Lenore Schottenstein Carl Smallwood Robert Wing Danley B. and Linda L. Wolfe Leslie Yenkin and Jonathan Petuchowski PRELUDE $100 - $249 Gifts from Individuals Catherine Adams and Greg Lashutka Diane and Ted Armbruster Julia Armstrong Marjorie Bagley Suzy and Adam Biehl Fran Blachman Leonard Black Michael Bongiorno Jodi Bopp Borrowed Earth Fund of The Columbus Foundation MyungJu Yeo & J. Andrew Bradford Henry Brecher Herbert Bresler Marjorie and John Burnham Michael Burton Janet and Bob Castor Carol Chaitkin Janet Chen and Rick Buchanan Kristy Clay Bonita Covel Mary Cowles Russell F. Crouse Lindsey and Kevin Dunleavy Virginia and Wade Duym Mr. and Mrs. Pat Ecklar Yenn-Chwen Er Jennifer and Arthur Farkas Amy Ferketich
Judy and Ted Fisher Garold Flach Lynn Friedman Bruce Garfield and Beth Jackson Laura and Eric Geil Nick and Debbie Geldis Carole and Nelson Genshaft Blake Getson Jane Gladwin Patricia Gold William Goodyear William Gresham David Guion Ruth Guzner Sheryl Hansen Bryan Hartzler William and Mary Heck Julie and Jim Henahan Martin Hibbard Carol and Fred Hofer Brian Houts Kay Huebner Sarah Irvin Clark Sarah and Dan Kay Deborah and Douglas King Gale and Steve Klayman Morgan and Jason Knapp Christine Kullberg and Meri Brace Matthew Kurk and Nicole Kessler Katie Kuvin Anne Ladu Tom and Donna Lane Eileen Lee and Raymond Hsieh Syd Lifshin Brittany Lockman Mary Frances Macioce Lisa and Michael Maggard Carol McGuire Sean McKinniss Don and Marianne Mottley Maureen Mugavin and Michael Fiske Gerald and Ann Newsom Fund of The Columbus Foundation Marilyn and Robert Nims Carolyn Patterson John M. Pellegrino Mr. and Mrs. Seth Reichenbach Kara and Dale Rhoda Sandra and Bryant Riley Mary Jane and James Risen Rebecca Roeder and Steve Bigley Sharon Sachs and Donn Vickers Patricia Sadataki
Maureen and Bill Severns Marilyn Smith Ron Smith Molly and Brian Snell Rose Sobel Douglas D. Southgate Cathy Steffen Ginny Stein and Michael Lockman Susan and King Stumpp Amy Thompson and Stephen Fechtor Deborah Urton Betsy and Charles Warner Margaret and William Wells Bernice and Chuck White Nadine Whiteman Margie and Thomas Williams Christopher Wilson Deanne Witiak Bostwick Wyman Kimberly and Matt Young Every effort has been made to ensure accuracy. However, in listings of this length, errors and omissions may occur. If your name has been omitted, or listed incorrectly, we sincerely apologize. Please let us know so that we may correct our records and this listing. Thank you.
Gifts to the Maestro’s Challenge We thank the following donors who joined Music Director David Danzmayr in support of the Maestro’s Challenge during our 42nd season. We are grateful for this support, which enables us to remain resilient, so that we can emerge stronger – infusing this community with our music. Mary Ann and Mike Abrams Deborah Anderson George and Vanessa Arnold Marjorie Bagley George Barrett Sally and Roger Baughman Frank Birinyi and Chriss Mascaro Kathleen Boston John F. Brownley Yvonne and Richard Burry David and Lucy Buzzee Trish and John Cadwallader Donna Cavell Annjia Hsu and David Chan Todd Clark Julie and Bob Connors Georgeann Corey Mindy and Mark Corna Barbi Crabill David Danzmayr Mike and Susan Davala Dr. John DeSando Jessica DiCerbo Harriet and Scott Donaldson Laura and Pat Ecklar Jim Elliott and John Behal Lynn Elliott Beverley Ervine and Boyce Lancaster Elizabeth and Jack Farrar Bill and Wendy Faust Gary Flach Anne and Matthew Fornshell Terri Jones-Forte and Jade Forte Mabel Freeman Pat and Darla Garavito Debbie and Nick Geldis Jim Ginter Jane Davis Gladwin Bill Goodyear and David Riggs Michelle Gubola and Lee Fredette Patricia Hadler Mike and Harriet Hadra
Brian, Sarah & Danielle Hall Laurie and Tom Hill Steven Hillyer Barbara Hunt Jody Croley Jones and Mike Jones Ann R. Joyce Ira and Debby Kane Lauren Bonfield and Stephen Keyes Deborah and Douglas King Douglas Klamfoth Morgan and Jason Knapp Joyce and Willem Kogeler Ann K. Laudeman Mary Lazarus Helen Liebman and Tom Battenberg Syd Lifshin Laura MacDonald Daniel and Ruth Martin Nancy Marzella Marybeth McDonald Susan and Bill McDonough Mark Miller Laura Moorman Margo Olson Carolyn Patterson Ruth Paulson Regie and David Powell Susan and Ken Quintenz Deborah Raita Bob Redfield and Mary Yerina Judith and Richard Reuning Ruth Robinson Stephen Bigley and Rebecca Roeder Jean Rudin Julie and Bob Rutter Lauren Sadataki Lyle Saylor Gary and Beth Schwarzmueller Frank Scipione Bill and Maureen Severns Lee Shackelford
Carl and Connie Smallwood Lynda and Stuart Smith Rose and Ron Solomon Jennifer Sonnenberg Kathryn Sullivan Robert and Suzy Swanson Todd Swatsler Thomas Szykowny and Susan Dutton Lillian and Francis Webb Bernice and Chuck White Patricia M. Wiedner Eric and Rebecca Willie Maria Elena Wolf Becky Wright Yenkin-Majestic Industries Miriam and Bernie Yenkin John and Sherry Young Anonymous
Gifts to the Endowment Fund Gifts contributed to the ProMusica Endowment Fund provide a lasting financial foundation for the future of our orchestra. ProMusica Chamber Orchestra deeply appreciates the following gifts received during the 2019-2020 giving year (July 1, 2019 – June 30, 2020). In Memory of Joe and Marion Anelli Carol Anelli
In Honor of Beth Grimes-Flood Tom Flood
In Memory of Dolores Washburn Dorothy Beehner
In Honor of Ann Brace Marcia Katz Slotnick
In Honor of Linda Kurtz Charles Kurtz
In Honor of Abigail Wells Theodore Meyers
In Memory of Christie Carter Alan Carter
In Honor of Boyce Lancaster Susan and Ken Quintenz
In Honor of Janet Chen Roger and Beth Longo Braun Rick Buchanan Heather Garner
In Memory of Lynn Larimer Yvonne and Richard Burry Carol Larimer
In Honor of Wayne Lawson Sharon Cameron
In Memory of Jane Werum Marilyn and Martin Campbell James W. Elliott and John Behal Sarah Eagleson Lynn Elliott Mary Lazarus The Libris Limited Book Club Pamela W Lynn Susan and Ken Quintenz Tydvil Thomas Stephanie and Grant Stephenson Elizabeth Williams
In Honor of Andrew LeVan Ralph LeVan and Beth Marsh
In Honor of Patricia Wiedner Cheryl Boop
In Memory of Dora Levenstein Rosanne and Mark Rosen In Memory of Kim and Lil Marsh Andrew LeVan
For more information on making a perpetual gift to the ProMusica Endowment Fund, please contact the ProMusica Development Office at 614.464.0066 ext. 104.
In Memory of Ida Copenhaver Mabel Freeman The McMaster Family Fund Susan and Ken Quintenz Marianne Zinn In Honor of David Danzmayr MyungJu Yeo and J. Andrew Bradford In Honor of Donald Dunn Cheryl Zeiger In Honor of Jim Elliott Sharon Cameron In Honor of Marion and Larry Fisher Mr. and Mrs. James Bachmann In Memory of Margaret Fiske Maureen Mugavin and Michael Fiske In Memory of Sylvia Goldberg Lynn Elliott Mary Lazarus Helen Liebman and Tom Battenberg Lee Shackelford Elizabeth Williams
In Memory of Robert L. Larson Laurie and Thomas Hill
In Honor of Bob Redfield Earl D. Yerina In Honor of Pat Ross Judy Garel Mary Lazarus In Honor of Lee Shackelford Terri Ifeduba Ambre Emory-Maier
Play Us Forward Donors ProMusica thanks the following who have generously donated an instrument or contributed to help fund our “Play Us Forward” outreach program. Support for “Play Us Forward” helps provide musical instruments, instruction, and enrichment activities to more than 100 middle-schoolers at no cost to students or their families. If you wish to participate to ensure the program’s sustainability, please visit promusicacolumbus.org or contact 614.464.0066 for more information. Thank you for making musical opportunities possible for the youth in our community! Contributions listed were received for the 2019-2020 school year.
INDIVIDUALS James Anderson Robert Behrens Louise Bishop Elliott J. Bush Janet Chen Michael Corey Christina and Dan Crane Mary Creger-Buttrick Jessica Fagan Brian Gardeneer Kim and Tom Gattis Blake Getson Katherine Hancock Steven Hillyer Kristin Hunter Caryn Knott Sharon Kokot Douglas Kridler Ann and JW Kriewall Barbara and David Lambert Peggy Lazarus Susan and Barry Lubow Tim Maghie Hanci Newberry Natalie Parscher Lucy Parsons Susan and Ken Quintenz Robert Rashid Deborah Raita Pamela Thomas Anonymous
SUPPORT FROM CORPORATIONS & FOUNDATIONS: Diamond Hill Management, Inc. Ingram-White Castle Foundation Irvin Public Relations Key Bank The Robert and Hattie Lazarus Fund of The Columbus Foundation The Loft Violin Shop North Shore Music Alliance Inc. Ohio Arts Council ProMusica Sustaining Board Puffin Foundation West
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Grammy award winning artist and legendary violinist Gil Shaham joins ProMusica Chamber Orchestra as guest soloist for our 2021 Season Finale...
Published on Jun 7, 2021
Grammy award winning artist and legendary violinist Gil Shaham joins ProMusica Chamber Orchestra as guest soloist for our 2021 Season Finale...