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THE MAGAZINE OF THE COLORADO SYMPHONY Volume 16 • Number 3 CONTENTS

6 Welcome 8 Sponsor Spotlight 10 Colorado Symphony Musicians 12 Colorado Symphony Board of Trustees 13 Colorado Symphony Staff 16 Colorado Symphony Chorus at 35 23 Community Support

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Welcome to Boettcher Concert Hall and to this performance of your Colorado Symphony! The ensemble on stage represents the core of a community of musicians and conductors who are supported by music library staff, a stage crew, and an administrative team whose talents and hard work combine to bring you the music you are about to enjoy. John Burtness

Beyond our staff and musicians are groups of Trustees, Guild Chief Advancement Officer members, REMIX young professionals, and several thousand donors who provide the financial platform to make this music possible. Most of our donors are also subscribers or regular ticket buyers whose investment in the Symphony is a response to their positive experiences at concerts in Boettcher Concert Hall and throughout Colorado. Dozens of corporations and foundations also contribute based on their belief in the power of bringing performing arts to a flourishing community. In addition to annual contributions, an operating endowment provides a predictable and perpetual source of funds to help finance our annual budget. Together, annual contributions and distributions from the endowment provide just under half of the funds needed for our operations. This season we inaugurated three new endowed chairs that recognize significant contributions to our operating endowment, including:  The Tom and Noëy Congdon Chair for Assistant Principal Flute  The Merle Chambers Chair for the Assistant Concertmaster  The Fred and Margaret Hoeppner Chair for Principal Cello given by an

anonymous donor These gifts have helped grow our endowment to $24 million and contribute to our recently launched endowment campaign aimed at building this fund to $50 million. The campaign received an enormous boost when the Avenir Foundation offered to match new gifts to the Symphony’s endowment dollar-for-dollar though June 2020. To learn more about this campaign, please give me a call at 303-308-2495. Thank you for your continued patronage and support of your Colorado Symphony. In gratitude, John Burtness Chief Advancement Officer 6

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LOCK + LAND

BEN DURRANT

DEAN ALEXANDER

CO LO RADO SYMPHON Y

BRETT MITCHELL

CHRISTOPHER DRAGON

MUSIC DIRECTOR Bill Gossard Chair

BERTIE BAIGENT

DUAIN WOLFE

MARIN ALSOP

ASSISTANT CONDUCTOR

CHORUS DIRECTOR

CONDUCTOR LAUREATE

ASSOCIATE CONDUCTOR

VIOLIN

Yumi Hwang-Williams Concertmaster Claude Sim Associate Concertmaster Yi Zhao Assistant Concertmaster – Merle Chambers Chair

Dmitri Pogorelov Fixed 4th Chair/First Paul Primus Principal Second Allegra Wermuth Assistant Principal Second Alessandra Jennings Flanagan Fixed 3rd Chair/Second Larisa Fesmire Thomas Hanulik Wyn Hart John Hilton Anne-Marie Hoffman Myroslava Ivanchenko-Bartels Dorian Kincaid Karen Kinzie Mark Lamprey Susan Paik Miroslaw Pastusiak Erik Peterson + Megan Prokes * Robert Stoyanov Delcho Tenev Amy Tyson Bradley Watson Tena White Wenting Yuan

VIOLA

Basil Vendryes Principal Catherine Beeson Assistant Principal Mary Cowell Fixed 3rd Chair Marsha Holmes Leah Kovach Helen McDermott Summer Rhodes * Kelly Shanafelt Phillip Stevens

CELLO

Judith McIntyre Acting Principal – Fred & Margaret Hoeppner Chair

Susan Rockey Bowles Jennifer Choi Allison Drenkow* Danielle Guideri Thomas Heinrich Margaret Hoeppner Matthew Switzer

BASS

Steve Metcalf Principal Nicholas Recuber Assistant Principal John Arnesen Susan Cahill James Carroll Jeremy Kincaid Owen Levine

PICCOLO

Julie Duncan Thornton

OBOE

Peter Cooper Principal – Irene & David Abosch Chair

Nicholas Tisherman 2nd/Assistant Principal Jason Lichtenwalter

ENGLISH HORN Jason Lichtenwalter

CLARINET

Jason Shafer Principal Abby Raymond 2nd/Assistant Principal Andrew Stevens

E-FLAT CLARINET Abby Raymond

BASS CLARINET Andrew Stevens

BASSOON

Chad Cognata Principal Tristan Rennie 2nd/Assistant Principal Roger Soren

CONTRABASSOON Roger Soren

HORN

Michael Thornton Principal FLUTE Carolyn Kunicki Brook Ferguson Kolio Plachkov Principal 3rd/Associate Principal Catherine Peterson Matthew Eckenhoff nd 2 /Assistant Principal – Patrick Hodge Tom & Noëy Congdon Chair Assistant Julie Duncan Thornton

TRUMPET

Justin Bartels Principal Philip Hembree 2nd/Assistant Principal Patrick Tillery Associate Principal

TROMBONE

John Sipher Principal Paul Naslund 2nd/Associate Principal Gregory Harper

BASS TROMBONE Gregory Harper

TUBA

Stephen Dombrowski Principal

HARP

Courtney Hershey Bress Principal

TIMPANI

William Hill Principal Steve Hearn Assistant Principal

PERCUSSION

John Kinzie Principal Chair – Friend of The Colorado Symphony Chair

Steve Hearn Michael Van Wirt

ORCHESTRA LIBRARIAN Joanne Goble Principal

* = One year replacement + = On leave

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BOARD OF TRU STEES HONORARY TRUSTEES Jerome H. Kern CEO & Chair of the Board of Trustees Susan Bowles Secretary & Ex-officio Trustee James D. Butler Treasurer & Trustee

Diane Nagler Deana M. Perlmutter Erik Peterson* Nick Recuber* Julie Rubsam L.T. Sandvik Mike VanWirt* Joe Verrengia

TRUSTEES

EX OFFICIO TRUSTEES

OFFICERS

Anthony T. Accetta Dr. Paula P. Bernstein Susan Cahill* Young Cho Zachary D. Detra, Esq. Stephanie Donner Sandy Elliott Alessandra Flanagan* David Hackl Amy Harmon Diane S. Hill, Ph.D. Margaret Hoeppner* Yumi-Hwang-Williams* Kathleen Johnson, Esq John Kinzie* Leah Kovach* Richard D. Krugman, MD Richard Kylberg Bill Myers

Governor John Hickenlooper Mayor Michael B. Hancock Christopher J. Ott, M.D.

REMIX ASSOCIATE BOARD Kelly Waltrip, Chair Marilyn Brock Heather Church Nicole Donnelly Allison D’Angiolillo Chelsea Eversmann Caiti Glasgo William Kowalski, Vice Chair Louis Lugo Soley Maria Jennifer Meikle Samantha Nuechterlein Chris Strom Nicholas Tisherman Kip Wallen

Arthur Hodges William Kowalski Brett Mitchell Sara Moore Ginger White

EMERITUS TRUSTEES William K. Coors** Mary Rossick Kern John Low Will McFarlane** Dr. Gerald Rainer** Lee Yeingst * Colorado Symphony Musician Trustee ** In Memorium

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STAF F LEADERSHIP TEAM Jerome H. Kern John Burtness Susan Ellis Coreen Miller

Chief Executive Officer & Chair of the Board of Trustees Chief Advancement Officer Chief Administrative Officer Chief Operating Officer, Chief Financial Officer Chief Marketing Officer Chief Artistic Officer

Parker Owens Anthony Pierce

MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS Parker Owens Stephanie Derybowski Nick Dobreff Kayla Hayes

Chief Marketing Officer Applications Support Manger Manager of Publicity and Community Relations Digital Media Coordinator

SALES & PATRON SERVICES ARTISTIC Anthony Pierce Brett Mitchell Duain Wolfe

Chief Artistic Officer Music Director Chorus Director, Colorado Symphony Chorus Christopher Dragon Associate Conductor Bertie Baigent Assistant Conductor Dave Aeling Production Stage Manager Travis Branam Assistant Conductor, Colorado Symphony Chorus Mary Louise Burke Associate Conductor, Colorado Symphony Chorus Aric Christensen Audio Engineer Joanne Goble Principal Orchestra Librarian Jonathan Groszew Orchestra Personnel Manager Deborah Guess Properties Master Philip Hiester Master Electrician Eric Israelson Chorus Manager Sam Jaehnig Head Carpenter Matt Koveal Manager of Artistic Operations Taylor Martin Assistant Conductor, Colorado Symphony Chorus Mike Pappas New Media Center Julian Pichette Audio Engineer Barbara Porter Assistant Chorus Manager Hitomi Sipher Assistant Librarian Julie Strom Assistant Orchestra Personnel Manager Phillip Strom Artistic Coordinator Izabel Zambrzycki Artistic General Manager

ADVANCEMENT John Burtness Taylor Atkinson Sean Baker

Chief Advancement Officer Annual Giving Manager Senior Manager of Corporate Partnerships Caiti Glasgo Director of Major Gifts Emily Spirk Advancement Coordinator David Rosen Advancement Database Coordinator

Susan Kelly Director of Sales & Patron Services Gina Bliss Patron Services Associate Amanda Cantu Asst. Manager of Patron Services Jeremy Cuebas Patron Services Associate Molly Epstein Group Sales Associate Rosa Gasdia Patron Services Associate Frederika Gilbert Patron Services Associate Kelsey Holmes Patron Services Associate Theresa Illich Patron Services Associate Alexis Kittner Patron Services Associate Ian MacIntyre Manager of Patron Services Jonathan Seid Patron Services Associate Rosa Torres Patron Services Associate Rob Warner Lead Patron Services Associate & Concierge

THE SYMPHONY FUND Stephen M. Brett Norman L. Wilson Susan K. Ellis Jerome H. Kern Gregg O. Kvistad Suzanne Ryan William Wallace

President Treasurer Secretary

COLORADO SYMPHONY GUILD OFFICERS Sara Moore President Donna Connolly President Elect Jerry Wolfe Recording Secretary Janet Weisheit Treasurer Patty Goward Assistant Treasurer Mary Neidig VP of Fundraising Rose Blaschke VP of Membership Susan Thomas VP of Information Management Linda Rickard Ackerman VP of Music Education Donna Lynch Corresponding Secretary Kathy Swanson Manager CSG Shop Monica Owen CSG Shop Buyer

EDUCATION Jesse Martinez Shari Myers

Director of Community Education Education Coordinator

FINANCE Coreen Miller Ben Boone Annette Brown

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Chief Financial Officer Senior Finance Manager Staff Accountant

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COMING SOON! JANUARY

MARCH

A Tribute to Arthur Fiedler and the Boston Pops

Beethoven Symphony No. 7

JAN 12 SAT 7:30

MAR 1-3 FRI-SAT 7:30 SUN 1:00 n

Face Vocal Band with the Colorado Symphony

Dvořák Symphony No. 9

JAN 18-20 FRI-SAT 7:30 SUN 1:00

MAR 9 SAT 7:30

Movie at the Symphony: Amadeus Live

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JAN 25-26 FRI-SAT 7:30

Amadeus Live is a production of Avex Classics International

MAR 10 SUN 2:30

HalfNotes

Tchaikovsky Symphony No. 6 “Pathétique”

FEBRUARY

MAR 15-17

Mendelssohn Double Concerto featuring Yumi Hwang-Williams

Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back in Concert with the Colorado Symphony

FEB 1-3 FRI-SAT 7:30 SUN 1:00 n

FRI-SAT 7:30 SUN 1:00 n

MAR 23-24 SAT-SUN 2:00

1STBANK Center, Broomfield, CO Tickets: altitudetickets.com

Symphonic Tribute to Comic Con — V FEB 8 FRI 7:30

HalfNotes

Sondheim & Lloyd Webber Showcase

Mussorgsky Pictures at an Exhibition MAR 29-31

FEB 9 SAT 7:30

APRIL

A Classical Romance

Women of Rock

FRI-SAT 7:30 SUN 1:00 n

FEB 14, 16-17 THU, SAT 7:30 SUN 1:00

APR 4 THU 7:30

The Flaming Lips with the Colorado Symphony

Colorado Symphony Ball

FEB 22 FRI 7:30

APR 6 SAT 6:00

Nat King Cole & Me — An Evening with Gregory Porter

Brahms Symphony No. 4

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APR 12-14 FRI-SAT 7:30 SUN 1:00 n

Tchaikovsky 1812 Overture & Prokofiev Alexander Nevsky APR 26-28 FRI-SAT 7:30 SUN 1:00 n

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“Baroque in Mirror” (premiere)

Bach Harpsichord Concerto in D minor Haydn Symphony No. 22,  the Philosopher

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Colorado Symphony Chorus at 35 By Nick Dobreff

Throughout time, many of history’s greatest symphonic compositions — from Orff’s Carmina Burana to Beethoven’s 9th Symphony and the Verdi Requiem — have reached transcendent levels of beauty through the marriage and interplay between instrument and voice. For nearly 35 years, audiences in Colorado have had the unique pleasure to witness many of these masterworks and more in large part because of the Colorado Symphony Chorus. The 2018/19 Colorado Symphony season marks the 35th year of the Colorado Symphony Chorus (CSC). Founded in 1984 by Chorus Director Duain Wolfe, the CSC PHOTOS BY BRANDON MARSHALL

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has earned a reputation as one of the finest symphonic choruses in the United States, performing annually in Boettcher Concert Hall and across Colorado. In a situation unique and exceedingly rare to many United State orchestras, the Colorado Symphony supports their own chorus as an integral element of the organization, giving it the ability to perform works that are otherwise too expensive or logistically impossible to achieve. “As Colorado Symphony audience members and music lovers all over the state know, we are so fortunate to have a world-class symphony chorus right here in our own backyard,” said Brett Mitchell, Music Director. “Duain Wolfe, Mary Louise Burke, the singers of the Colorado Symphony Chorus, and their entire team put an enormous amount of love and dedication into every performance, which is why it’s always a thrill and an honor to share the stage with them.” The storied history of the Colorado Symphony Chorus begins with Wolfe, who was charged with forming the ensemble in 1984. Known then as the Denver Symphony Chorus, the 140-voice ensemble made its debut October 25, 1984 in a performance of Verdi’s Requiem. “The Music Director of the Denver Symphony Orchestra at the time, Gaetano Delogu, wanted a chorus whose primary purpose would be to collaborate with the orchestra on the great masterworks,” said Wolfe. “I was asked to form this chorus, so we held auditions, set a rehearsal schedule for the debut piece, Verdi’s great Requiem, and the rest is history.” For 35 years, Wolfe has provided consummate leadership and an unparalleled artistic vision for the ensemble, helping it to achieve a distinguished reputation throughout the world. The recipient of two Grammy® Awards for Best Choral Performance and Best Classical Recording (Verdi Requiem), Wolfe has also served as director of the Chicago Symphony Chorus for 25 years. In addition, he founded and conducted the Colorado Children’s Chorale (CCC) prior to retiring from the position in 1999 and now serves as conductor laureate for the ensemble. “We have, in chorus director Duain Wolfe, a musician with remarkable training and talent, and he sets the bar for excellence in choral singing exceptionally high,” said SOUNDINGS

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STORIES OF NOTE Eric Israelson, Chorus Manager. “His sense of correct style, impeccable rhythm, and uncompromising attention to detail has brought widespread acclaim for this chorus of volunteer singers.” Today, the Colorado Symphony Chorus is made up of 200 volunteer musicians — 130 women and 70 men — who are selected through an audition process. Among them are eight husband and wife couples, two mother/daughter duos and one father/ daughter pair. There are also nine charter members of the ensemble who still sing with the chorus today. In addition, the Colorado Symphony Chorus includes four conductors (Duain Wolfe, Associate Conductor Mary Louise Burke, and Assistant Conductors Travis Branam and Taylor Martin), three pianists (Brian Dukeshier, Hslao-Ling Lin, and Danni Snyder), and two managers / librarians (Eric Israelson and Barbara Porter) who enable the chorus to fulfill its mission year after year. Chorus rehearsals are held at Trinity United Methodist Church — the oldest church in Denver. In an average season, the Colorado Symphony Chorus participates in 50 rehearsals supporting 30 performances. For each chorus member, that can mean as many as 240 hours per year. “To meet the performing needs of the Colorado Symphony concert season, the members of this chorus dedicate an enormous number of volunteer hours,” added Wolfe. “Not only do they commit to their weekly rehearsals on Tuesday evenings, they also contribute six more evenings during each concert week. This is a commitment that touches not only the singers themselves, but also their families. The essence of their dedication becomes a family investment, an extended investment in the arts that reflects the dedication of many more people than we see on stage.” Many chorus members live in Denver but several travel greater distances in order to sing in the ensemble including members from Erie, Brighton, Fraser, Castle Rock, Evergreen, Fort Morgan, Longmont, Fort Collins, Boulder, Parker, and Greeley. “Through careful recruiting, auditioning, orientation, and training, we have assembled an ensemble of singers who are willing to follow Maestro Wolfe’s direction, devote up 18

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to 240 hours a season, and maintain a sense of collaboration and fellowship unique in volunteer ensembles,” added Israelson. Starting with Gaetano Delogu in 1984, the Colorado Symphony Chorus has performed under six Colorado Symphony music directors, including Philippe Entremont, Marin Alsop, Jeffrey Kahane, Andrew Litton, and currently under Brett Mitchell. While many Colorado Symphony Chorus performances take place at Boettcher Concert Hall, the chorus also performs at numerous venues throughout Colorado. For 25 summers, the CSC has performed at the Aspen Music Festival and 12 summers with the Bravo! Vail Music Festival. The chorus has also performed with the Grand Teton Music Festival in Jackson and the Colorado Music Festival in Boulder. In addition, they’ve appeared on stage at many of the top venues in Colorado including the Buell Theater, Ellie Caulkins Opera House, Red Rocks Park & Amphitheatre, Macky Auditorium Concert Hall, Pepsi Center, Chautauqua Auditorium, Newman Center for the Performing Arts, Arvada Center, Vilar Performing Arts Center, and Fiddlers Green Amphitheatre. The impact of the Colorado Symphony Chorus has also been felt outside the state including performances in nine United States cities and seven cities in Europe. That included a two-week tour in 2009 celebrating the chorus’ 25th anniversary with Wolfe conducting the Verdi Requiem in Budapest, Vienna, Litomyšl, and Prague and a 2016 concert tour through Paris, Strasbourg, and Munich. SOUNDINGS

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STORIES OF NOTE “I have always been impressed by the singers’ level of excellence, and also by the tremendous commitment involved,” said Mary Louise Burke, Associate Director, Colorado Symphony Chorus. “Our members come from all walks of life, and bring to our chorus a great variety of past musical experience. Both individually and as a group, they make an ongoing commitment to excellence in many areas: vocal, musical, and dramatic. Furthermore, off the stage, our singers are powerful ambassadors in the communities of Denver, Colorado, and Europe.” In addition to their performances with the Colorado Symphony, the CSC has shared the stage with a host of renowned orchestras including the New York Philharmonic, Dallas Symphony, Aspen Festival Orchestra, and Philadelphia Orchestra. They have also performed masterworks under the baton of notable conductors such as Zubin Mehta, Yannick Nézet-Séguin, Alan Gilbert, David Zinman, Robert Spano, and Jaap Van Zweden. The CSC has been featured in seven Colorado Symphony recordings, including the Berlioz setting of Hymne des Marseillais (1988), Too Hot to Handel (2004), Harris: Symphonies No. 3 and 4 (2006), Denler: Portraits of Colorado – American Symphony No. 1, Six Variations for violin and piano (2013), Vaughan Williams: Dona nobis pacem Stephen Hough: Missa Mirabilis (2015), Beethoven Symphony No. 9 in D minor, Op. 125 (2017), and William Hill’s The Raven (2018). None of this would be possible without the time and efforts of a dedicated management staff that oversees all 200 musicians as well as the scheduling of rehearsals, distribution of music, travel planning, and more. “Our management team is able to foresee and accommodate the needs of both the director and the singers, providing a conducive environment with the necessary space, materials, and organizational detail,” added Israelson. “The result is a chorus of singers, which, with their associated orchestra, provides to the audiences of Colorado and beyond, a resource equal to any, and better than most, in the world. Adept at presenting the music of film scores, the best of Broadway and Hollywood, as well as the enduring classics of the choral literature, it serves to enrich the lives of all who have occasion to experience it.”

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With a group of dedicated musicians, a renowned chorus director, and a dedicated support staff, the Colorado Symphony Chorus continues to excel nearing their fourth decade of existence. “Over the course of the 35-year history of the chorus, many singers have made this commitment to excellence,” added Burke. “In the next 35 years, we look forward to including many new singers in our Colorado Symphony family of wonderful musicians, celebrating many more decades of memorable performances.” “I am extraordinarily proud of this chorus and what it has become over the decades — a first class ensemble that performs at very high standards, complementing the standards of this remarkable orchestra,” said Wolfe. “It has continued to mold and maintain its classical sound while also meeting the diverse challenges of other repertoire — films, Broadway musicals, and pops. This is not an easy feat, but it is a significant hallmark of this chorus." For the last 35 years, the Colorado Symphony Chorus has shared the great musical masterworks of the world with hundreds of thousands of arts patrons from Colorado to Europe. In performances with the Colorado Symphony and other renowned orchestras, they’ve helped spread an appreciation for symphonic music across the Centennial State and beyond. As the ensemble looks towards the future, they’ll continue to bring the best in symphonic choral music to audiences at Boettcher Concert Hall while upholding an artistic standard that is second to none.

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MOVIE AT THE SYMPHONY

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2018/19 SEASON PRESENTING SPONSORS:

HARRY POTTER AND THE ORDER OF THE PHOENIXâ„¢ IN CONCERT COLORADO SYMPHONY BERTIE BAIGENT, conductor

Friday, January 4, 2019, at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, January 5, 2019, at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, January 6, 2019, at 1:00 p.m. Boettcher Concert Hall

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MOVIE AT THE SYMPHONY PROGRAM NOTE HARRY POTTER AND THE ORDER OF THE PHOENIXTM Synopsis The rebellion begins! Lord VoldemortTM is back, but the Ministry of Magic tries to keep a lid on the truth — including appointing a new, power-hungry Defense Against the Dark Arts professor at Hogwarts.TM Ron and Hermione convince Harry to secretly train students for the wizarding war ahead. A terrifying showdown between good and evil awaits! HARRY POTTER characters, names and related indicia are © & ™ Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. WIZARDING WORLD trademark and logo © & ™ Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. Publishing Rights © JKR. (s18)

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MOVIE AT THE SYMPHONY BIOGRAPHIES BERTIE BAIGENT, conductor

PHOTO: BEN DURRANT

British-born Bertie Baigent is rapidly building an international reputation as an exciting and dynamic conductor-composer. He is the musical director of the Waterperry Opera Festival, the London Young Sinfonia, and in various contexts has conducted the WDR Sinfonieorchester, the Gürzenich-Orchester, the Nederlands Philharmonisch Orkest, the Britten Sinfonia, the London Sinfonietta, the Orchestre National de Lille, and the Orchestre de Picardie. Bertie has assisted conductors including Sir Mark Elder, Edward Gardner, and Jac van Steen, and has participated in masterclasses with Martyn Brabbins, Pierre-André Valade, Harald Jers, and others. In 2017 he was awarded the Royal Academy of Music’s Sir Henry Wood Scholarship and Ernest Read Conducting Prize, and participated in the Deutscher Dirigentenpreis. Also at home in the world of opera, recent engagements have included Così fan tutte at the Bedford Park Festival and the world premiere of Nero Monologues for Opera in the City; Bertie has also worked with Shadwell Opera, Helios Opera, OperaUpClose, and will conduct at Hampstead Garden Opera and Waterperry Opera Festival in the 2018–19 season. New music is particularly important to Bertie, with past and forthcoming collaborations including those with the London Sinfonietta, the Phaedra Ensemble, and 4|12 Collective. Bertie’s compositions have been widely performed by artists such as the Aurora Orchestra, the Bath Philharmonia, the Choir of St Paul’s Cathedral, and the viol consort Fretwork, and have been heard in venues such as the Royal Opera House Covent Garden and the Royal Festival Hall. He has been awarded prizes and commissions by organisations including the Royal Philharmonic Society, the BBC, and the National Centre for Early Music. His works have been broadcast on BBC Radio 3, Classic FM, and other European radio stations, and are published by Stainer & Bell. Bertie is a prize-winning Fellow of the Royal College of Organists, and trained as a cellist and pianist before focusing on conducting and composition. He graduated from the University of Cambridge with a double first in 2016, and completed an MA in conducting with Sian Edwards at the Royal Academy of Music, London.

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MOVIE AT THE SYMPHONY BIOGRAPHIES NICHOLAS HOOPER, composer Nicholas Hooper is one of Europe’s leading composers, having written and produced music for over 250 films, dramas, and documentaries since 1990. He has developed a reputation for producing music that is original, inspiring, and always colourful. His scores have received several major accolades. In 2004 he won the BAFTA for Best Original Score for The Young Visiters as well as being nominated for State of Play in the same year. Nicholas was nominated for a 2006 BAFTA for his score to The Girl In The Café, and prior to this was BAFTA nominated for The Way We Live Now. In 1998 he won the coveted Golden Panda Award for Land of the Tiger, a major BBC documentary series on India. The following year he won again (having been nominated for three separate scores), making him the first composer to win the award consecutively. He has received many other accolades for his feature films including the period feature The Heart Of Me, starring Helena Bonham Carter and Olivia Williams, and The Tichbourne Claimant (a quote from Variety: “Nicholas Hooper’s alert symphonic score rates a major bow, adding shape and atmosphere to the labyrinthine tale”). Nicholas scored Philip Martin’s feature, Einstein and Eddington, starring David Tennant as Sir Arthur Eddington and Andy Serkis as Albert Einstein for Company Pictures/ HBO, and Belonging for BBC Wales Drama. He also scored Enid Blyton for Carnival/BBC, Mo Mowlam for C4, and Yes Virginia, a CBS animated film for Christmas 2009. Nicholas has received great critical acclaim for his stunning scores to both Harry Potter and the Order of the PhoenixTM for Warner Bros, (“Let there be no doubt – Hooper’s reputation is cemented with this work, and his career just shifted gears.” Daniel Champion, Music from the Movies, July 2007), and Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince,TM nominated for a 2010 GRAMMY for Best Film Score. He most recently completed recording two wonderful scores to the Walt Disney Pictures feature releases, African Cats and Chimpanzee.

BRADY BEAUBIEN A Stanford graduate and All-American Athlete, Beaubien studied cognitive neuroscience before founding Interlace Media — an award winning motion graphics company. Interlace is a premiere CG animation and creative agency for feature films. They have defined the global campaigns of over 100 major Hollywood movies, including Avatar, X-Men, Rio, Ice Age, and Die Hard franchises. Beaubien co-founded CineConcerts, a company dedicating to reinventing the experience of theatrical presentation and orchestral music. He is currently producing Gladiator Live, The Godfather Live, DreamWorks Animation in Concert, It’s a Wonderful Life, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Star Trek: The Ultimate Voyage, and The Harry PotterTM Film Concert Series. He had spearheaded CineConcerts invention of new genres and its creative presentations of cherished film and television content, including writing Star Trek: The Ultimate Voyage, a project that celebrates 50 years of iconic material. He works to ensure CineConcerts inspires a return to communal entertainment and continues to offer modern audiences and the worlds youth a chance to reconnect with concert halls and local orchestras. As a designer, Beaubien co-designed Matsuhisa Paris at the Le Royal Monceau-Raffles and designed the Citrus building on Melrose Ave. This new architectural addition PROGRAM 4

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MOVIE AT THE SYMPHONY BIOGRAPHIES to the Hollywood cityscape represents a commitment to the metropolitan and interconnected providence of Los Angeles. At The Citrus, advanced materials and technology merge with wood, concrete, and glass in an organic and modernist design. Mr. Beaubien has partnered with award-winning sushi chef, Nobu Matsuhisa, to bring his new restaurant concept, Umeda, into the building. Mr. Beaubien also designed the restaurant.

JUSTIN FREER, producer American composer/conductor Justin Freer was born and raised in Huntington Beach, CA. He has established himself as one of the West Coast’s most exciting musical voices and has quickly become a highly sought-after conductor and producer of film music concerts around the world. Freer began his formal studies on trumpet, but quickly turned to piano and composition, composing his first work at eleven and giving his professional conducting debut at sixteen. Continually composing for various different mediums, he has written music for world-renowned trumpeters Doc Severinson and Jens Lindemann and continues to be in demand as a composer and conductor for everything from orchestral literature to chamber music around the world. He has served as composer for several independent films and has written motion picture advertising music for some of 20th Century Fox Studios’ biggest campaigns including Avatar, The Day the Earth Stood Still, and Aliens in the Attic. As a conductor, Freer has appeared with some of the most well known orchestras in the world including the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, London Philharmonic, New York Philharmonic, and San Francisco Symphony. In upcoming seasons he will guest conduct the Minnesota Orchestra as well as the orchestras of Dublin, Paris, Philadelphia, Sydney, Toronto, and others. Renowned wind conductor and Oxford Round Table Scholar Dr. Rikard Hansen has noted that, “In totality, Freer’s exploration in musical sound evoke moments of highly charged drama, alarming strife, and serene reflection.” Freer has been recognized with numerous grants and awards from organizations including ASCAP, BMI, the Society of Composers and Lyricists, and the Henry Mancini Estate. He is the Founder and President of CineConcerts, a company dedicated to the preservation and concert presentation of film, curating and conducting full length music score performances live with film for such wide ranging titles as Gladiator, The Godfather, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, It’s A Wonderful Life and most recently Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone.TM Mr. Freer earned both his B.A. and M.A. degrees in Music Composition from UCLA, where his principal composition teachers included Paul Chihara and Ian Krouse. In addition, he was mentored by legendary composer/conductor Jerry Goldsmith.

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MOVIE AT THE SYMPHONY CineConcerts is one of the leading producers of live music experiences performed with visual media. Founded by producer/conductor Justin Freer and producer/writer (Star Trek: The Ultimate Voyage and DreamWorks Animation in Concert) Brady Beaubien, CineConcerts has engaged millions of people worldwide in concert presentations that redefine the evolution of live experience. Recent and current live concert experiences include Gladiator, The Godfather, It’s a Wonderful Life, DreamWorks Animation In Concert, Star Trek: The Ultimate Voyage 50th Anniversary Concert Tour, and Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Justin Freer has quickly become one of the most sought-after conductors of film music with a long list of full symphonic live to projection projects. He has appeared with some of the world’s leading orchestras including the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, London Philharmonic Orchestra, New York Philharmonic, Philadelphia Orchestra, Philharmonia Orchestra, San Francisco Symphony, and Sydney Symphony Orchestra. From full-length movie screenings with live orchestra to music-interactive sporting event experiences to original 3D-environment holiday programming, CineConcerts is at the forefront of live entertainment.

CineConcerts Team: Justin Freer, President/Founder/Producer Brady Beaubien,Co-Founder/Producer Director of Production, Jeffery Sells Director of Marketing, George Valdiviez Head of Publicity and Communications, Andrew Alderete General Manager, Nicolas Rehm Brand/Marketing/IP Acquisition, Ma’ayan Kaplan Brand/Marketing Manager, Brittany Fonseca Brand/Marketing and PR Manager, Molly Kossoff Brand/Marketing Manager, Si Peng Office Manager, Gabe Cheng Worldwide Representation WME Entertainment Music Preparation, JoAnn Kane Music Service Music Editing, Ed Kalnins Playback Operation and Synthesizer Production, iMusicImage Sound Remixing Justin Moshkevich, Igloo Music Studios Merchandise by FireBrand

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MOVIE AT THE SYMPHONY Harry Potter and the Order of the PhoenixTM Directed by David Yates Produced by David Heyman and David Barron Written by Michael Goldenberg Based on “Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix” by J.K. Rowling Starring: Daniel Radcliffe Rupert Grint Emma Watson Helena Bonham Carter Robbie Coltrane Warwick Davis Ralph Fiennes Michael Gambon Brendan Gleeson Richard Griffiths Jason Isaacs Gary Oldman Alan Rickman Fiona Shaw Maggie Smith Imelda Staunton Timothy Spall Emma Thompson Julie Walters Music by Nicholas Hooper Cinematography by Slawomir Idziak Edited by Mark Day Produced by Heyday Films Distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures

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ENDOWMENTS The following members of the Symphony family have established special funds to perpetuate the work of the Colorado Symphony for future generations. These endowed funds are gifts from individuals who have loved, believed in, and supported the orchestra. To these individuals, the Colorado Symphony extends endless gratitude.

The Charles S. Sterne Conductor’s Podium The Bill Gossard Music Director Chair The Irene and David Abosch Oboe Chair The Tom and Noёy Congdon Flute Chair The Fred and Margaret Hoeppner Cello Chair The Merle Chambers Assistant Concertmaster Chair The Friend of the Colorado Symphony Principal Percussion Chair The Dave and Pam Duke Families Guest Artist and Guest Conductor Fund

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COMMU NI T Y SU PPORT DaVita Bob and Lindsay Deibel Discovery Communications Mr. and Mrs. Herb Donner Mr. Adam and Mrs. Stephanie Donner Ernst & Young, LLP Mr. John F. Estes III and Mrs. Norma Horner Keegan Gerhard and Lisa Bailey Thomas J. and Shirley C. Gibson Mr. Paul E. Goodspeed and Ms. Mary Poole Stephen and Margaret Hagood The Estate of Gloette L. Hess Diane S. Hill and Kevin E. Somerville Kenneth and Myra Monfort Charitable Fund KPMG, LLP Dr. Richard and Mrs. Mary Krugman LiveNation Bryant Martin Miller Family Foundation Mrs. Rhea Miller Drs. Sarah and Harold Nelson Northern Trust Dr. Christopher Ott and Mr. Jeremy Simons Lt. Col. and Mrs. Robert W. Riegel Raymond and Suzanne Satter Sherman & Howard Anna and John J. Sie Foundation University of Denver VAL-U-ADS of Colorado, Inc. Verizon Wireless Mr. and Mrs. Seth Weisberg Alan and Judy Wigod Dr. Jack Wilson The Nancy S. & Earl L. Wright Foundation

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Anonymous (4) A.J. Markley Trust AEG Live Michael Altenberg and Libby Bortz Applejack Wine & Spirits Eugene & Florence Armstrong Family Foundation Baker & Hostetler, LLP Bank of America Ken and Zoe Barley Bob and Cynthia Benson Dr. and Mrs. David Campbell Mr. Willis Carpenter The Chill Foundation Cliff Foundation Colorado Rockies Baseball Club Donna and Ted Connolly Ms. Stephanie Copeland Drs. Richard J. and Jan Marie Crawford CU Foundation Karen and William Curtis Mr. and Mrs. Richard Deane Delta Dental Plan of Colorado Denver International Airport Driscoll Foundation FirstBank

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Fran and Mike Fisher Robert S. Graham Tom Haller and Kim Patmore Haselden Construction LLC Jennifer Heglin Lorraine and Harley Higbie Fund KUSA 9NEWS | TEGNA Foundation Donald and Margery Langmuir Adam Moore | LIV Sotheby’s International Realty Mabel Y. Hughes Charitable Trust Marjorie MacLachlan Macy’s Margulf Foundation Dr. Jon Masoudi and Dr. Marsha Tharakan Virginia and Bill McGehee Coreen and Mike Miller Ms. Lori Mitchell Robert and Carol Murphy Ms. Mary Neidig Frank Y. Parce Fred and Connie Platt Mr. Craig Ponzio Prologis PwC Republic National Distributing Company Dr. Susan B. Rifkin Sig Rosenfeld Dr. and Mrs. Richard J. Sanders The Schramm Foundation Robert E. Schueller and Patricia Schueller Rob and Jane Scofield Scientific & Cultural Collaborative David and Susan Seitz Ms. Barbara Servis Harvey and Maureen Solomon Eric Sondermann and Tracy Dunning Steele Creek The Ilse Steinbach Revocable Trust Ms. Judith Z. Steinberg Stonebridge Companies The Estate of Jim Taylor Tender Belly Mr. Frank Trainer U.S. Bank Foundation Normie and Paul Voillequé Volunteers of America Sam Wagonfeld and Sally Allen Ms. Tina Walls Walter Family Foundation Malcolm and Donna Wheeler Dr. Jack R. Wilson Michael and Sandra Wilson Dr. Martin Yussman Mr. and Ms. Michael A. Zoellner

CONDUCTOR’S CIRCLE ($2,000+) Anonymous (2) Charles and Joan Albi Sue Anschutz-Rodgers Robert P. Austin Mr. Hartman Axley Margaret and Larry Ballonoff Addie and Bob Barkley


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COMMU NI T Y SU PPORT Ms. Catherine Bess Mr. Ronald Bibby J. Fern Black Ms. Barbara Bohlman Roger and Susan Bowles Margaret C. Bozarth Mr. Scott Brockett Mr. Willard and Mrs. Peg Brown Nathan B. & Florence R. Burt Foundation John and Carol Burtness Dr. Bonnie W. Camp Ms. Martha Chamberlin Professor Gerald Chapman Dr. Helena L. Chum Ms. Isabelle Clark John L. Coil Colorado State University Community First Foundation Bill and Nancy Cook Jim and Julie Copenhaver Mr. Edward B. Cordes Polly Cordes Anne M. Culver Lou Tate Dafoe Mr. Robert and Mrs. Lenore Damrauer The Denver Post Community Foundation Zach and Joy Detra Mark and Katherine Dickson Dr. Stephen Dilts Drs. Ellen and Anthony Elias BeneFactor | Randall Carter

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Fine Arts Foundation Mr. Keith Fisher Four Seasons Hotel Denver Mr. Brian Freeman Mr. Roger Freeman Deborah and Theodore Gaensbauer Mrs. Sally S. Gart Ms. Donna S. Gerich Mr. and Mrs. George C. Gibson Mr. Jason Golden Mr. Peter and Mrs. Rhondda Grant The Friedlander Family - Great Lakes Marine Denver Celeste and Jack Grynberg Sally Haas Dr. and Mrs. Karl Hammermeister Dr. and Mrs. Robert D. Harry Mr. Philip Hiester and Ms. Deborah Reshotko Bill and Donna Hoberecht Mr. Glen and Mrs. Penny Holguin Elizabeth and Steve Holtze Renate and Joseph Hull The Humphreys Foundation Thomas J. Jirak and Susan Graber Edeltraud Johnson Richard and Mary Anne Johnston Donald and Henny Kaufmann Mr. Matthew R. Keeney Joe and Francine Kelso Rob and Kathy Klugman Donna C. Kornfeld Mr. George Kruger The Estate of Gloria S. Kubel Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kugeler Mr. and Mrs. Gary P. Landis Sandy and Evan Lasky Warren and Nancy Lawrence Don Leach Leopold Brothers Judge and Mrs. John P. Leopold Mrs. Ann C. Levy Robert and Patricia Lisensky M. Catherine and James R. Look Mrs. Jeri Loser John and Merry Low Mr. Greg and Mrs. Julie Lucas Mr. Roger Lynch Evi and Evan Makovsky Ms. Joan Manley Stephen McConahey Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Neil McLagan Sharon L. Menard Virginia Messick Ms. Anne Mills Ms. Anne B. Mills Brett and Angela Mitchell Henry B. Mohr Ms. Diane Nagler Judie and Ron Neel Ben and Pattie Nelson Elizabeth and Heather Neva Mr. Timothy W. Nicholas Ms. Sheila O’Brien Dr. Bonnie M. Orkow, Ph.D.


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Ms. Shirley Hamilton and Ms. G. Brooks Clouser Catherine Cole Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cox Ms. Marilyn M. Davis Denver Museum of Nature & Science Mrs. Mary Donlon Mr. Carl and Mrs. Nancy Eklund Evan D. Ela-Collins Cockrel & Cole, P.C. Ms. Susan Ellis Mr. James W. Espy Clark and Martha Ewald Fackler Legacy Gift Jim and Jo Ferguson Eileen & Paul Finkel Frederick G. Fish Foundation Mrs. Mary Lou Flater Jayne Ford Joan M. French Mr. and Mrs. John E. Fuller Mr. and Mrs. Greg Fulton Dr. and Mrs. John H. Gale Mr. and Mrs. John A. Gallagher Ms. Jillian Gibbs Dr. Burton and Mrs. Lee Golub Great-West Life & Annuity Insurance Company Hugh and Nancy Grove Ms. Misty Haisfield Mr. James Hanegan Melody Harris The Havercroft Family Foundation Hayes Family Foundation Mr. Nick Hazen Ms. JC Heinen Ann Herron Margaret Hoeppner Mrs. Eileen Honnen-McDonald Ruth and George Hopfenbeck M. J. Hopkins Mr. Joshua N. Hunt Michael E. Huotari and Jill R. Stewart Dr. and Mrs. David E. Hutchison Yumi Hwang-Williams IBM International Foundation Intrinsic Well Being Med Spa Mrs. Eleanor L. Isbill Mr. and Mrs. Bradley James Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Jenkins Mr. Douglas C. Jones Robert W. Karow Dr. Richard and Mrs. Carla Kem Mr. Allen Kemp Dr. Peter Kennealey and Dr. Colleen Murphy Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Kern Mishele Kieffer Kinder Morgan Foundation John and Alicia Kinnamon Don Kirkpatrick Mr. Richard Koseff Phyllis and James Kurtz-Phelan Mr. Gregg Kvistad John LeBel Minnie B. Lindsey Mr. and Mrs. Alan Lipner


Dr. Leonard Loudis Cathleen Lynch John Mamuscia Marchbank Family Foundation Jean L. Marshall Mr. and Mrs. John S. Martin Mr. Trent and Mrs. Nicole Martinet Dr. Jody Mathie and Mr. John F. Hoffman Mr. David McCleod Dr. and Mrs. John G. McFee Ms. Robin McGehee Katherine McMurray Robert Meade Ms. Janet Melson Gene and Dee Milstein Mr. Robert R. Montgomery Janet Mordecai Mr. Chuck and Mrs. Becky Morris James and Karin Mote Chris Murata Bill and Kim Myers Anne and David Necker Mr. and Mrs. W. Peterson Nelson Zack Neumeyer Derek Newcom Dr. Richard and Mrs. Florence O’Day OfficeScapes Ed and Jean Onderko Ms. Sue Pawlik Kerry Pearlman Al and Ursula Powell

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COMMU NI T Y SU PPORT Billie Smith Billie Busby and Sidney Smith Hanspeter Spuhler Mr. Kevin Stephenson Mr. & Mrs. Terry J. Stevinson Mrs. Marcia D. Strickland Helena and Allan Striker Superfly Events Lou and Katherine Svoboda Mr. Lloyd Sweet Mr. & Mrs. Douglas Tashiro Judy and Rob Tate Tipton Family Foundation Ms. Sheila Trader Kyle and Bev Turner Mrs. Anne Waite Sam Walker Mr. Tim and Mrs. Lisa Walsh Warren and Mary Washington Peter Weiser Mr. and Mrs. Jim White Lauren Whitney Henry E. Wurst Family Foundation

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Anonymous (6) Aloft Denver DeAnn Anderson Dr. Irv Arenberg Bruce Avery James Bailey The James and Alvina Bartos Balog Foundation Mr. Edward Bartholic Nancy Battan Dr. and Mrs. Henry J. Beckwitt Anne and Henry Beer Mr. Douglas Bell Ms. Mariette Bell Claire Benson Mr. David Bentley Marie and Howard Blaney Ms. Soley M. Bogadottir Laura Borbely Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Boyle Mark and Therese Brady Elizabeth Bradley Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Brauchli Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bronesky Ms. Barbara Brown Brooke Brown Mr. John Bruno Sandy and Rogene Buchholz Mrs. Elizabeth S. Budd Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bushman Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Butz Rusty and Ellen Campos Mr. Marc Camron and Ms. Victoria Camron Mr. and Mrs. Tod Cavey Cherry Creek Shopping Center Dr. David and Mrs. Delores Claassen Ms. Toni H. Cohig

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Tricia Collins Fund Mr. John A. Coppola Frances S. Corsello Kerry and Walter Cote Dr. James W. Craft Ray and Kathleen Cravy The Curtis – Downtown Denver Hille L. Dais Ms. Ruth Dalrymple Yuko D’Ambrosia Mr. Scott M. Davis Dobbins Foundation Margaret Dong The Dowling Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Drew Gary and Kathryn Dudley Louise and Robert Dudley Dr. and Mrs. Michael P. Earnest Carol Ehrlich Mr. Edward and Mrs. Judith Elgethun Lucy and Dan Ellerhorst Barbara Neal and Edward E. Ellis Mr. Bayard Ewing Mrs. Carla Ewing Mr. and Mrs. Mark Ewing Mr. Stuart Fehr Dr. & Mrs. Richard Fieman Ms. Elizabeth Fischer and Mr. D. Elliott Mr. and Mrs. Gregg Flannery Ms. Allison Foster Ms. Kirsten D. Franz Dr. Lauren Fraser and Ms. Rebecca Coughlin Joann Freedman Ms. JoAnne Friedman Mr. David F. Fritz Virginia E. & Robert K. Fuller Todd Gander and Terry Hsu-Gander Marvin and Shirley Gang Lester and Joan Garrison Caleb and Sidney Gates General Electric Foundation Marshall and Jenifer Gile The Gilman Family Foundation Monica Glickman and Craig Carver Tamara Golden and Tim Worrall Mr. and Mrs. James B. Grange Ms. Andrea J. Grant Ms. Carolyn Grant Mr. Felton Green Mr. and Mrs. Ed Greene Dennis and Eileen Griffin Mr. and Mrs. Peter Griffiths Mr. Mark Grueskin Ms. Mariellen Guerra Michael and Frances Gundzik Ms. Julia Gwaltney Mrs. Louise E. Haggerty Scott G. Halford Charles and Linda Hamlin M.R. Hammond Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hancock Mr. Billy Harris and Ms. Linda Purcell Mrs. Joan Hazen


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Michael E. McGoldrick Ms. Karen M. McGrath Carla E. McKennett McNeil Designer Portraits Ms. Carla McWilliams Mr. and Mrs. Harold ‘Bud’ Meadows Mr. Steve Metcalf Mr. Stephen Mill Jay and Lois Miller The Moe Family Charitable Fund Mr. David Mosteller Jason Murphy Mrs. Cynthia F. Nagel Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Newberry Mr. and Mrs. Alan F. Nies Larry O’Donnell and Kermit Cain Ray O’Loughlin and Jamie Henderson Mary and Art Otten Mr. Gary and Mrs. Joyce Pashel Charles Patterson Mr. Anthony Pierce Mr. Cason and Rachel Pierce Russ Poole Mr. David Porter Ed Post Mr. Garrod S. Post Mr. and Mrs. H.W. Praetorius QEP Resources, Inc. Ms. Haley C. Reidy Al Richards Nancy and Gene Richards Ms. Sabina Rizzo Charles P. Rogers MD Mr. Bernie Rogoff and Ms. Jean Greenberg Anthony C. and Patricia J. Romeo Mr. Albert Ross Dr. Joanne Rudoff Ms. Carol L. Rust Sage Hospitality | Walter Isenberg James and Carol Salbenblatt Mrs. Coleen Sanders Cynthia L. and Paul D. Schauer Ms. Elizabeth Schlosser David Schmidt G.A. and W.B. Scholten Ms. Mary Ann Schultz Elizabeth Scully Mr. David Seeland Ms. Carla L. Seeliger Betty and Maurice Serotta Edward Shaoul Jo Shannon Barbara L. Sharp Sen. Nan Spencer Mr. Thomas R. Stephens Philip Stoffel and Tricia Hughey Julie and John Strain Arthur and Stephanie Strasburger Mr. and Ms. Steve Straub Dr. Darwin Strickland Mr. Steve Swalm Mr. and Mrs. William E. Sweet, III Symphony Kids Rock


Table to Tavern Mr. and Mrs. John Tabor Carol and Cedric Tarr Mr. Frank Thomson Mr. and Mrs. Carl J. Tillery Mr. Aaron Torres David Tourtelot and Nikki Headlee Mr. Ted Trimpa Dick and Pat Tucker Mr. and Mrs. William A. Tuthill, III Albin Ulle Gerald A. Unruh Ms. Heather Van Dusen Robert J. Varga Jr. Mrs. Sue Von Roedern Mr. David Wagner John and Kristine Wallack Mr. Kip Wallen Mr. Jason & Mrs. Kelly Waltrip Carley J. Warren Ms. Hanna Warren Walter and Susanna Weart Mr. and Mrs. Tor Westgaard Ms. Rosemary Williamson David Wilson Jordan Wright Dr. and Mrs. Roy R. Wright Dick and Lorie Young Mr. and Mrs. Ken Ziebarth Susan Zohn John Zuckert

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While we are only able to list a portion of our 2017-18 donors, we acknowledge and thank all of our donors and patrons who contributed this past season, no matter the amount. Every dollar and donor makes the music happen!

MATCHING DONATIONS Thank you to companies that match current and retired employee charitable contributions, and to our donors who apply for these matching gifts. Please check with your Human Resources Department to see if your contribution can double through the generosity of your company. For more about matching gifts at the Colorado Symphony, please call Sean Baker at 303.534.0757.

WOMEN OF NOTE DONOR LIST The following are members of the Colorado Symphony’s Women of Note (WON) for the 2018/19 Season as of June 30th, 2018. Every year, funds raised through Women of Note membership dues help to offset the salary cost of one distinguished female Colorado Symphony musician. WON members receive exclusive benefits and event invitations throughout the season. To join or renew your Women of Note membership please contact Caiti Glasgo at 303.308.2475.

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Nancy Accetta Adelaide Barkley Ms. Catherine Bess Alice Silver Donna Connolly Ms. Anne M. Culver Mrs. Mary Lou H. Flater Deborah Gaensbauer Ms. Monica Glickman Dr. Diane Hill Elizabeth Holtze Mrs. Eileen Honnen-McDonald Yumi Hwang-Williams Montjoy Kugeler Sandy Lasky Ann Levy Nira Lipner Mrs. Carolyn Longmire Jeri Loser Merry Low Julie Lucas Ms. Janet Mordecai Karin Mote Ms. Christie Murata Carol Murphy Ms. Mary Neidig Ms. Elizabeth Neva Ms. Sheila O’Brien Ursula Powell Ms. Barbara Servis Ms. Patricia Somerville Ms. Kathy Spuhler Mrs. Vicki Sterling Mary Washington Rivka Weisberg Ms. Judy Wigod

BRETT MITCHELL SOCIETY The following are members of the Colorado Symphony’s Brett Mitchell Society (BMS) for the 2018/19 Season as of June 30th, 2018. BMS members are highly engaged benefactors who share the Colorado Symphony passion for artistic excellence and innovation and who support the Symphony through their subscriptions and annual donations. The Colorado Symphony is grateful for the continued support of these individuals. To join or renew your Brett Mitchell Society membership please contact Caiti Glasgo at 303.308.2475.

Anonymous (5) Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Accetta Margaret and Larry Ballonoff Addie and Bob Barkley Ken and Zoe Barley Col. Philip Beaver and Mrs. Kim Beaver Bob and Cynthia Benson J. Fern Black Ed and Laurie Bock Roger and Susan Bowles

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John and Carol Burtness Dr. Bonnie W. Camp Jim and Janice Campbell Mr. Willis Carpenter Professor Gerald Chapman Young and Carolyn Cho Dr. Helena L. Chum Ms. Sherri Colgan Tom and Noël Congdon Donna and Ted Connolly Bill and Nancy Cook Jim and Julie Copenhaver Anne M. Culver Karen and William Curtis Lou Tate Dafoe Dr. Stephen Dilts Drs. Ellen and Anthony Elias Mr. John F. Estes III Keith and Kathie Finger Fran and Mike Fisher Deborah and Theodore Gaensbauer Mrs. Sally S. Gart Ms. Donna S. Gerich Mr. Paul E. Goodspeed and Ms. Mary Poole Robert S. Graham Stephen and Margaret Hagood Dr. and Mrs. Karl Hammermeister Dr. and Mrs. Robert D. Harry Jennifer Heglin Diane S. Hill and Kevin E. Somerville Bill and Donna Hoberecht Elizabeth and Steve Holtze Richard and Mary Anne Johnston Henny Kaufmann Joe and Francine Kelso Rob and Kathy Klugman Mr. George Kruger Dr. Richard and Mrs. Mary Krugman Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kugeler Mr. and Mrs. Gary P. Landis Donald and Margery Langmuir Sandy and Evan Lasky Judge and Mrs. John P. Leopold Mrs. Jeri Loser John and Merry Low Marjorie MacLachlan Evi and Evan Makovsky Sharon L. Menard Coreen and Mike Miller Anne and Bill Mills Robert and Carol Murphy Ms. Mary Neidig Ben and Pattie Nelson Drs. Sarah and Harold Nelson Elizabeth and Heather Neva Sue and Edwin Peiker Fred and Connie Platt Myra and Robert Rich Lt. Col. and Mrs. Robert W. Riegel Dr. Susan B. Rifkin Sig Rosenfeld Elyse Tipton and Paul Ruttum


Dr. and Mrs. Richard J. Sanders Raymond and Suzanne Satter Henry R. Schmoll Robert E. Schueller and Patricia Schueller David and Susan Seitz Ms. Barbara Servis Sam and Marty Sloven William F. Smith and Shirley A. Scott Harvey and Maureen Solomon Eric Sondermann and Tracy Dunning Ms. Kathy Spuhler Vicki and Harry Sterling Dr. and Mrs. Ed Van Bramer Normie and Paul Voillequé Richard E. Wagner Mr. Larned Waterman, Jr. and Mr. Paul S. Mesard Mr. and Mrs. Seth Weisberg Malcolm and Donna Wheeler Alan and Judy Wigod James Williams and Jennifer Landrum Dr. Jack Wilson Michael Wilson Mr. and Ms. Michael A. Zoellner

EDUCATION DONOR LIST Through our MusiCurious program, your Colorado Symphony reaches thousands of young people within and well outside the Denver metro area, from month’s-old through high school and beyond. We always work to extend and increase our outreach and could not possibly do it without your support. Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Accetta Ms. Valerie Antonioli Mr. Chase Barton Mr. Ronald Bibby Emanouil Bontchev Ms. Linda M. Buell Nathan B. & Florence R. Burt Foundation Prof. Elizabeth C. Childs Chipotle Jim and Julie Copenhaver Kerry and Walter Cote Ursula Davis Ms. Marcia DeBell Darlene Deichert The Denver Post Community Foundation Ms. Loralee Dischner Anita Donnelly Dresner Foundation Michael Eller Mrs. Jane H. Engle Ms. Anne C. Fendrich Fine Arts Foundation Joan M. French The Fries Foundation Stephen and Elizabeth Gannon Ms. Marilyn Gary

Alan G. and Sally R. Gass Genesee Mountain Foundation Mr. Jason Golden Stacie Goldin Kent I. and Fredrika S. Groff Ms. Regina A. Hackley Ms. Sarah Halverstadt Mr. Chet Hampson and Ms. Susan Martin Ms. Kaaren Hardy Diana Haskell HHSB Family Fund Ms. Joyce Hofer Mr. and Mrs. Samuel H. Hofer Mrs. Isabella W. Horsky Mr. William Hurlbut Mr. Jon Isenhart Betsy Herrick and Milt Kahn Ms. Miriam Kapner Kinder Morgan Foundation Sylvia J. Kreider Margulf Foundation Ms. Nancy Lambertson Mr. & Mrs. Dan K. Levin Liberty Global, Inc. Mr. Jason Lichtenwalter Mr. Brian Lucas Ms. Donna Ludwig Ms. Jane Macgregor Judy Macomber Malone Family Foundation Chris Marye Ms. Bonnie Merenstein Ms. Lisa M. Metzler Mr. and Mrs. Adam Morris Mr. Andrew Morton Ms. Elizabeth Nelms Ms. Katie O’Brian Ms. Jennifer Olson Barbara J. Pierpoint Ralph L. and Florence R. Burgess Trust Ms. Beverly Robin Mr. and Mrs. Brian Rose Ms. Perla Sanchez Ms. Jane Schroll Scientific & Cultural Collaborative Sherilee Selby Ms. Cheri Seupaul Singer Family Foundation John and Kathleen Sloan Symphony Kids Rock Ms. Lois Thornton U.S. Bank Foundation Mr. Christopher Ball and Ms. Beth Ventura-Ball Verizon Wireless Walter Family Foundation Ms. Jane Wingle The Nancy S. & Earl L. Wright Foundation Bob and Kathy Zachman

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COMMU NI T Y SU PPORT BALL SPONSOR LIST The Colorado Symphony Ball is our biggest annual fundraising event, securing over $1 million dollars to support all of the Symphony’s programs and events. Thank you to everyone who helped to make the 2018 Colorado Symphony Ball, RhapsodyRock, a huge success. Visit coloradosymphony.org/Tickets/Special- Events for more about the next Ball on April 6, 2019!

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CoBiz Financial Davis Graham & Stubbs LLP Discovery Communications Ernst & Young, LLP Diane S. Hill and Kevin E. Somerville Dr. Christopher Ott and Mr. Jeremy Simons University of Denver

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AEG Live Baker & Hostetler, L.L.P. Bank of America Young and Carolyn Cho Colorado Rockies Baseball Club Ms. Stephanie Copeland CU Foundation Delta Dental Plan of Colorado Denver International Airport BeneFactor | Randall Carter FirstBank Haselden Construction LLC Dr. Richard and Mrs. Mary Krugman KUSA 9NEWS | TEGNA Foundation Adam Moore | LIV Sotheby’sInternational Realty Bryant Martin PwC

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Eric Sondermann and Tracy Dunning Steele Creek Stonebridge Companies Tender Belly Volunteers of America

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Ms. Isabelle Clark Colorado State University Mr. Roger Freeman Mr. Roger Lynch Ms. Diane Nagler Mr. Adam Sohn Ms. Erin Trapp Ms. June Travis John and Carol Burtness Jim and Julie Copenhaver Mr. Brian Freeman Mr. and Mrs. Ed Greene Ms. JC Heinen Mr. Matthew R. Keeney Sandy and Evan Lasky Mr. John LeBel Mr. David Mosteller OfficeScapes Rob and Jane Scofield

AEG Live Altour Travel Arrow Electronics, Inc. Barolo Grill Blue Moon Brewing Co. - Rino Mr. Aryeh B. Bourkoff Roger and Susan Bowles Brooke Brown Sharon and James Butler Merle C. Chambers Cherry Creek Shopping Center Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Mr. Edward B. Cordes Polly Cordes The Curtis – Downtown Denver Denver Museum of Nature and Science Zach and Joy Detra Mr. Carl and Mrs. Nancy Eklund Jayne Ford Keegan Gerhard and Lisa Bailey Mr. James Hanegan Melody Harris Mr. Joshua N. Hunt Karen Hyde Intrinsic Well Being Med Spa Codey James Jax Fish House & Oyster Bar St. Julien Hotel & Spa Vivek Khemka Kirkland Museum of Fine & Decorative Art The Kitchen Mistress Rob and Kathy Klugman Mr. Gregg Kvistad Leopold Brothers


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In memory of Thomas and James Coberly given by: Mrs. Ruth Coberly

LiveNation Dr. Leonard Loudis Mr. Greg and Mrs. Julie Lucas Cathleen Lynch Mr. Trent and Mrs. Nicole Martinet Coreen and Mike Miller Jason Murphy Mr. and Mrs. Bill Myers Zack Neumeyer Al Richards Mr. Daniel L. Ritchie Ms. Sabina Rizzo Robertson Family Foundation Sage Hospitality | Walter Isenberg Mrs. Coleen Sanders Elizabeth Scully Shanahan’s Steakhouse Edward Shaoul Mr. Adam Sohn Ms. Judith Z. Steinberg Mr. Kevin Stephenson Superfly Events Table To Tavern United Airlines Mr. David Wagner Sam Walker David Wilson John Zuckert

In memory of Leland Dong given by: Mrs. Margaret M. Dong

IN MEMORIAM GIFTS

In memory of H. Michael Hayes given by: Hayes Family Foundation

The following gifts were made to the Colorado Symphony in memory of a family member, friend, or supporter of the Symphony. These tributes hold an honored place with the Colorado Symphony and we are pleased to recognize them.

In memory of Gene Amole’s KVOD given by: Mr. R. Glesner and Mrs. B. Schwarm Glesner In memory of Nan Barnett given by: Carol Jordan In memory of Jeanette R. Bibby given by: Mr. Ronald Bibby In memory of Edward Bolle given by: Chin K. Tan In memory of Virginia Bonvicini given by: Mr. And Mrs. Eugene Ferretti Ms. Bernice Lane Mr. And Mrs. Scott Mosser Frank Y. Parce In memory of Aurthur Boss given by: Mr. and Mrs. David J. Harguth In memory of Donald J. Carlstrom given by: Ms. Jane Carlstrom In memory of Blair Chotzinoff, Jerry Endsley, Ken Harper and Harry T. Safstrom given by: Mr. Chet Hampson and Ms. Susan Martin

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In memory of Peter Drobeck given by: Mr. & Mrs. James and Kathy Robinson In memory of Sidney H. Edwards given by: Mrs. Bryna Edwards In memory of Max Ehrlich given by: Carol Ehrlich In memory of Dr. Constantine John Falliers given by: Penny and Dick Leather John and Merry Low In memory of Bill and Carol Gossard given by: Mr. and Mrs. Steve Wynkoop In memory of Manny Greenberg given by: Ellie Greenberg & Family Ms. Susan Stark In memory of Stephen Close Hagan, who loved the music that the Colorado Symphony brought to his life. Given by: Mr. John A. Coppola Stacie Goldin Patricia E. Hagen Louis and Sherry Hannen Susan Holt Mr. Roger Tate

In memory of Glow Hess given by: Frank Y. Parce In memory of Harley G. Higbie, Jr. given by: Mr. and Mrs. Martin Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Brewster B. Boyd Mr. and Mrs. Mackintosh Brown Mrs. Mimi Chenoweth Ms. Geraldine Cohen Denver Investments Dick and Sigrid Freese Caleb and Sidney Gates Mr. Peter and Mrs. Rhondda Grant Ms. Mary T. Hoagland Ruth and George Hopfenbeck Ms. Katherine Kurtz Mr. and Mrs. David Lansdowne Rosemarie Murane Mr. and Mrs. Neil Peck Mrs. Marcia D. Strickland Ms. Marjorie S. Tweedy Kate Bermingham Mr. and Mrs. Tor Westgaard In memory of Fred Hoeppner given by: Mr. Edward and Mrs. Judith Elgethun Mrs. Margaret Hoeppner In memory of Gloria Kubel given by: Ms. Claudia Deasy


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COMMU NI T Y SU PPORT Ms. Ruth H. Epstein Ms. Marjorie E. Kathmann Ms. Barbara Servis In memory of Samuel Lancaster given by: Mr. Keith F. Corrette In memory of Mary Langehough given by: Ms. Tawney S. Willett In memory of Marie Lindvall given by: Anonymous In memory of Jack London given by: Marie and Howard Blaney In memory of William McGehee given by: Mr. Scott M. Davis Mr. Peter and Mrs. Rhondda Grant Sarah C. Hite Dr. and Mrs. David E. Hutchison Mr. & Mrs. B. Bryan Jones, III In memory of William & Virginia McGehee given by: Ms. Marilyn M. Davis Ms. Robin McGehee Mr. Lloyd W. Moore Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wohlgenant In memory of Anna Meyer given by: Eric Sondermann and Tracy Dunning In memory of William “Bill” E. Murane given by: Mr. Donald L. Berlin Mrs. Mimi Chenoweth Sheila M. Cleworth Mrs. Dana Crawford James Cruz, Jr. and Family Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dumler Eide Bailly LLP Caleb and Sidney Gates Mr. and Mrs. Sam Guyton James Hasler John and Merry Low Mr. and Mrs. George Shaw Grace Willhoit In loving memory of my wife, Beverly Pfeifle given by: Mr. David Pfeifle

Mr. and Mrs. Robert and Joan Bell Mr. Robert Birdsong Roger and Susan Bowles Jennifer Heglin Dr. and Mrs. David E. Hutchison Bill, Suzanne, and Meghan Farrell David and Debra Flitter Dr. Richard and Mrs. Mary Krugman Mr. Frederick Mimmack John and Merry Low Dr. and Mrs. Morris H. Susman Dick and Pat Tucker In memory of Don Ridgway given by: Mr. and Mrs. Howard Blaney In memory of Bolko von Roedern given by: Mrs. Sue von Roedern In memory of Erwin I. Rogoff, “Country Before Self” given by: Mr. Bernie Rogoff and Ms. Jean Greenberg In memory of Lucille S. Rosenfeld given by: Mr. Sigmund J. Rosenfeld In memory of Frances and Eugen Schaefer given by: Cynthia L. and Paul D. Schauer In memory of Robert Schulein and Blair Chotzinhoff given by: Mrs. Nancy Schulein In memory of Dr. Roberta Shaklee given by: Mr. Edward Hurry In memory of Dale and Myrna Shreve given by: Mr. Eric Shreve In memory of Betty Sonnenberg given by: Sylvia J. Kreider In memory of Barbara Stair given by: Ms. Dana Ceuca In memory of Lee and Margaret Tipton given by: Tipton Family Foundation In memory of Donald Trovinger given by: Ms. Susan White Mr. Richard Newton In memory of Jane Harper Wagner given by: Wall, Smith, Bateman Inc.

In memory of Gerald Porter given by: Mr. Ed Bezjak Mr. and Mrs. Roger Johnson Mr. James G. Kennedy Ms. Barbara Porter Dr. and Mrs. Bolko von Roedern Mr. and Ms. Kenneth A. Zimmerman

In memory of Terry C. Weverstad given by: Ms. Surilda J. Hudson

In memory of Sarah Porter and Richard (Dick) McKennett given by: Carla E. McKennett

IN HONOR GIFTS

In memory of Zelda K. Witkind given by: Mr. Richard Morris In memory of Randy Wren given by: Ms. Ann Cearley

In memory of Herman D. Post given by: Dr. Robin D. Post

The following gifts were made to the Colorado Symphony in honor of a family member, friend, or special occasion. These tributes hold an honored place with the Colorado Symphony and we are pleased to recognize them.

In memory of Dr. W. Gerald Rainer given by: Anonymous

In honor of Carolyn and Charles Blatt given by: Ms. Ellen Blatt

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In honor of Steve Brett & Linda Shoemaker for all they do in the community given by: Anna and John J. Sie Foundation In honor of Michael and Elizabeth Brittan given by: Dr. Judy Blaine In honor of Bill & Jo Calhoun given by: Ms. Molly Calhoun In honor of Willis Carpenter given by: Ms. Marian Lyons In honor of Young and Carolyn Cho given by: Don and Brenda Lewis In honor of Mary Claire and Jim Brothers given by: Ms. Jane A. Hultin

In honor of Andrew Litton given by: Mr. Paul Primus In honor of John and Merry Low given by: Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Marchand In honor of Sachiko Nakahira given by: T.R. Reid & Peggy McMahon In honor of Samantha Nuechterlein given by: Mr. Rich & Ms. Pamela Boden In honor of Frank Parce given by: Mr. David Parce In honor of Frank Parce’s 80th Birthday given by: Frank Y. Parce Eleanor Roberts

In honor of Stephanie and Adam Donner given by: Denver Public Schools Denver Public Schools Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Herb Donner

In honor of Nancy Polk given by: Ms. Marje Adelstein

In honor of Susan & Herbert Donner’s 50th Anniversary given by: Mr. Adam and Mrs. Stephanie Donner

In honor of Julie Rubsam given by: Driscoll Foundation Mollie Leone

In honor of Joyce Elliot given by: Ms. Elizabeth Fischer and Mr. D. Elliott In honor of Hanna Farris given by: Sherilee Selby In honor of Keith and Kathy Finger given by: Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan F. Zeschin In honor of my mother, Louise Pennington, who gave me a music education, which has profoundly influenced who I am today. Given by: Ms. Jillian Gibbs In honor of Jan Gieskieng given by: Ms. Linda McGoff In honor of the matrimony of Margaret Shugrue and David Hackl given by: Mr. and Mrs. John Couzens In honor of retired CSO musician, Chet Hampson given by: Ms. Susan Martin

In honor of Barbara Porter given by: Dr. and Mrs. Bolko von Roedern

In honor of Kevin Seno given by: Shelby Carne In honor of James Thomas given by: Liesl Thomas In honor of Jennifer Vendryes given by: Ms. Mariellen Guerra In honor of Kristine and John Wallack given by: Richard Falb and Gail Skaggs In honor of the people at Western Oncology Hematology given by: Frank Y. Parce In honor of Darlee Whiting given by: Hayes Family Foundation In honor of Ava Williams given by: Ms. Ruth Williams In honor of Scott Williams’ birthday given by: Daniel Williams

In honor of Amy Harmon given by: Mr. Todd and Mrs. Sarah Alijani

In honor of Harold Wippler given by: Mr. & Mrs. Bruce O. Will

In honor of Bill Hill given by: Ms. Elizabeth Nelms

THE HORACE TUREMAN SOCIETY

In honor of Diane Hill given by: Charles and Gretchen Lobitz Mr. and Mrs. Seth Weisberg In honor of Jerry and Mary Kern given by: Yumi Hwang-Williams Mr. Greg and Mrs. Julie Lucas In honor of Jerry Kern’s 80th Birthday given by: Mr. Bruce Wald In honor of Keith Kirby given by: Ms. Sara Alt In honor of Ann Kslazek given by: Anonymous

Named for the first conductor of the Denver Civic Orchestra, the Horace Tureman Society honors an exceptional group of people who have pledged future support for the Symphony through an estate gift. The Horace Tureman Society recognizes in perpetuity those making estate gifts through wills, living trusts, annuities, IRAs, retirement plans, charitable trusts, life insurance designations, or other legacy giving vehicles. To learn more about including the Colorado legacy in your estate planning please contact Caiti Glasgo at 303.308.2475.

Richard and Susan Abernethy The Estate of Nan L. Barnett Mr. Jim Caputo J. Harold Corp Trust Jane Costain and Gary Moore

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COMMU NI T Y SU PPORT The Estate of John Coubrough, Jr. Anne M. Culver Ms. Janice G. Eckhardt William G. Fairfield Charitable Trust William G. FairField Ms. Grace L. Freye Ms. Carol K. Gossard* Ms. Jennifer Guess Ms. Donna E. Hamilton Mr. James Harold Cathey A. Herren The Estate of Gloette L. Hess Mrs. Janice E. Hesser Ms. Blanche B. Hilf Senta G. Holtzmann Ms. Margaret R. Houston Virginia Ruth Hungerford Mr. and Mrs. Gopal Iyengar Ms. Gloria E. Johnston-McGregor Mrs. Suzanne W. Joshel* The Estate of Gloria S. Kubel* Sandy and Evan Lasky Deanna Rose Leino Frank and Ginny Leitz Mrs. Ann C. Levy Esther R. Liss Living Trust John and Merry Low Sandey Luciano Marjorie MacLachlan Evi and Evan Makovsky The Estate of William McGehee* Mrs. Sue McFarlane Willis M. McFarlane* Mr. James Mead and Ms. Carol Svendsen

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