the magazine of the colorado symphony VOLUME 10 / NUMBER 3
EXPANDING OUR REACH, BUILDING OUR FUTURE
Andrew Litton, Artistic Advisor
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The concert program follows page 14.
WELCOME... … to the New Year and to a very exciting period for the Inside the Score concerts. Within the series we are endeavoring to establish certain sub-series, including Shuffle, which — like an iPod set to ‘shuffle’ — mixes the widest variety of music possible, this year featuring Denver’s own C.F. Kip Winger. Best-known as the front-man for the ‘80s rock band, Winger, he has since composed music in diverse styles, including one that harkens to post-Impressionistic French music. Mix in some Paul McCartney and Björk, as well as some Messiaen, Saint-Saëns and John Adams, and you’ve got, well, Shuffle! On a more traditional note, we’re also cultivating a biographical series, begun with The Best of Beethoven and Letters from Mozart and continuing this February with The Life of Brahms. We will tell the life story of Johannes Brahms, in his own words and with his own music, including everything from symphonies to songs and chamber works. In between are concerts that promise to be as diverse as they are electrifying, from the Barbra Streisand Songbook, to Jean-Yves Thibaudet’s one-of-a-kind interpretation of Saint-Saëns’ “Egyptian” Piano Concerto, to the authentic New Orleans Jazz from the Preservation Hall Jazz band, to a classical bassoon concerto by the greatest film composer of our era, John Williams. The offerings this season are numerous, and strong, to the finish. Looking into the near future, don’t miss the opportunity to welcome Andrew Litton in his first Masterworks program since being announced as our Artistic Advisor, featuring the Colorado Symphony Chorus in Verdi’s colossal Requiem! See you there! Scott O’Neil Resident Conductor, Colorado Symphony
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COMING UP AT THE COLORADO SYMPHONY… Tickets On Sale Now! INSIDE THE SCORE Shuffle II guest, C.F. Kip Winger January 18 POPS Ann Hampton Callaway presents the Barbra Streisand Songbook January 19 MASTERWORKS Thibaudet Performs Saint-Saëns January 25-27 MASTERWORKS Ravel’s Boléro February 1-3 POPS Preservation Hall Jazz Band February 9 POPS Most Romantic Classics February 14 MASTERWORKS Brahms, Weber and Williams February 15-17 INSIDE THE SCORE The Life of Brahms February 22 MASTERWORKS Verdi Requiem March 1-3
CONDUCTOR, ARTISTIC ADVISOR
VIOLIN Yumi Hwang-Williams Concertmaster The Mary Rossick Kern & Jerome H. Kern Concertmaster Chair Claude Sim Associate Concertmaster Paul Primus Principal Second Allegra Wermuth Assistant Principal Second Jerry Chiu Larisa Fesmire Thomas Hanulik Wyn Hart John Hilton Anne-Marie Hoffman Myroslava Ivanchenko-Bartels Dorian Kincaid Karen Kinzie Mark Lamprey Miroslaw Pastusiak Erik Peterson Felix Petit* Rachel Segal Robert Stoyanov Stirling Trent Amy Tyson Bradley Watson Tena White
BASS Karl Fenner Principal Nicholas Recuber Assistant Principal John Arnesen Susan Cahill James Carroll Jeremy Kincaid Mary Reed*
HORN Michael Thornton Principal Carolyn Kunicki* Kolio Plachkov 3rd / Associate Principal David Brussel Cara Kizer* Assistant Fritz Foss +
FLUTE Brook Ellen Schoenwald Principal Catherine Peterson 2nd / Assistant Principal Julie Duncan Thornton
TRUMPET Justin Bartels Principal Patrick Tillery Associate Principal Daniel Kuehn 2nd / Assistant Principal
VIOLA Basil Vendryes Principal Catherine Beeson Assistant Principal Mary Cowell Fixed 3rd Chair Charlyn Campbell Bobbie Hill Marsha Holmes Helen McDermott Kelly Shanafelt Phillip Stevens
CLARINET Abby Raymond Acting Principal Erin Svoboda* 2nd / Assistant Principal Andrew Stevens Bil Jackson +
CELLO Silver Ainomäe Principal Matthew Switzer Assistant Principal Judith McIntyre Fixed 3rd Chair George Banks Eric Bertoluzzi Susan Rockey Bowles Thomas Heinrich Margaret Hoeppner David Mullikin
BASSOON Chad Cognata Principal Tristan Rennie 2nd / Assistant Principal Roger Soren
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PICCOLO Julie Duncan Thornton OBOE Peter Cooper Principal The Irene & David Abosch Principal Oboe Chair Monica Hanulik 2nd / Assistant Principal Jason Lichtenwalter ENGLISH HORN Jason Lichtenwalter
E-FLAT CLARINET Erin Svoboda* BASS CLARINET Andrew Stevens
CONTRA-BASSOON Roger Soren
TROMBONE Nicole Abissi* 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 Endowed by a Friend of the Colorado Symphony Terry Smith Steve Hearn ORCHESTRA LIBRARIAN Joanne Goble * One year replacement + On leave
BOARD OF TRUSTEES AND STAFF STAFF
OFFICERS Jerome H. Kern, Co-Chair Mary Rossick Kern, Co-Chair John E. Hayes, Immediate Past Chair Susan Bowles,* Secretary Dr. Christopher Ott, Treasurer TRUSTEES Dr. Paula P. Bernstein Young Cho Chad Cognata * Jim Copenhaver Rebecca DeCook Walter F. DeHaven, Jr. BJ Dyer Sandy Elliott Jack Finlaw Neda Ghaemi Donna Good Dr. Michael G. Gundzik Margaret Hoeppner *
Yumi Hwang-Williams * Karen Kinzie * Richard Kylberg Peter S. Landgraff Patrick C. McKinstry Mike Pappas Dr. W. Gerald Rainer Julie Rubsam Brook Schoenwald * Bill Schumacher Rachel Segal * Michael Thornton * Basil Vendryes *
* Colorado Symphony Musician Trustee EX-OFFICIO TRUSTEES Terry Biddinger, Women of Note Pamela Campos, Associate Board Andrew Litton, Colorado Symphony Artistic Advisor Linda Rickard, Colorado Symphony Guild Ginger White, City and County of Denver, Arts & Venues EMERITUS TRUSTEES William K. Coors John Low Lee Yeingst HONORARY TRUSTEES Governor John W. Hickenlooper and First Lady Helen Thorpe Mayor Michael Hancock and First Lady Mary Louise Lee
Support the Music You Love Become a Colorado Symphony Guild Volunteer • Guild Music Seminars • Symphony Shop • Concerts for Youth • Bach’s Lunch for the Musicians Linda Rickard, President Barbara McGinnis, President-Elect Susan Thomas, Vice President, Communication Lorie Young, Vice President, Fundraising Donna Gerich Vice President, Membership Rose Blaschke, Vice President, Music Education
Deanna Leino, Vice President, Constituent Units Kay Lemons, Recording Secretary Janice Eckhardt, Corresponding Secretary Sharon Reimer, Treasurer Susan Seitz, Assistant Treasurer Janet Weisheit, Parliamentarian Maureen Solomon, Immediate Past President
Gene Sobczak President and Chief Executive Officer Andrew Litton Artistic Advisor Evan Lasky Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Anthony Pierce Vice President of Artistic Administration Amelia Aaron Grant Writer and Communications Associate David Aeling Production and Stage Manager Obe Ariss Director of Development Susan Beyda Community and Media Relations Manager Laura Bond Special Projects Manager Jeannene Bragg Artistic Administrator Larry Brezicka Orchestra Personnel Manager Lena Capra Senior Staff Accountant Michael Chaney Staff Accountant Aric Christensen Audio Engineer Molly Epstein Group Sales Associate Deborah Guess Properties Master Philip Hiester Master Electrician Sarah Hom Director of Marketing Eric Israelson Chorus Manager Aggie Kelley Creative Director Christopher Kirkland Master Carpenter
Matt Korona Marketing and Communications Manager Matt Krupa Director of Patron Services Susan Long Education Manager Scott O’Neil Resident Conductor Vanessa Pacheco Development Associate Barbara Porter Assistant Chorus Manager Nora Robinson Director of Education Emily Scott Artistic Coordinator Jackson Stevens Development Intern Norma Theisen Controller Elizabeth Ward Corporate Sales Associate Doug Yost Information Services Director Patron Services Associates William Berry Christine Devereaux Megan Dumont Lead Patron Services Associate Rob Halgren Ann HorwichScholefield Steve Kilburn Jean-Pierre Larroque Ian MacIntyre Jessica Moore David Moran Lead Patron Services Associate Shari Myers Robert Steiger Senior Patron Services Associate George Ward
COLORADO SYMPHONY FOUNDATION John W. Low President Mark Fulford Vice President Suzanne Ryan Secretary William W. (Peter) Grant Jerome H. Kern Gordon Parker Marcia D. Strickland
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Expanding Our Reach, Building Our Future Sylvester Eaves didn’t know that his son, Marquise, was interested in playing music until he accompanied the eleven-year old and a group of his friends to Boettcher Concert Hall last September. “The next day my son asked me if he could take piano lessons,” says Sylvester. “I was blown away. We scraped our money together and went out and found a teacher; she told my wife that he is doing exceptionally well and seems to be a natural. By going to the Symphony, my son was able to identify his talent.” Marquise and forty of his classmates from Hillcrest Academy in Denver’s north Park Hill neighborhood are among more than 10,000 young people who have participated in Colorado Symphony Kids, the orchestra’s newly expanded education initiative, this school year. For many young people, a trip to the Colorado Symphony is a first opportunity to take in the sights and sounds of downtown Denver’s performing arts district. For others, like Marquise, it’s a chance to experience the transformative power of live music for the first time. “You never know what dreams may dream,” his father writes. “We might have the next Beethoven on our hands.” Engaging young people through education is just one of the ways the Colorado Symphony is shaping its future. “Activating potential audience members from diverse cultural, geographic and socio-economic pockets across the state is essential to the Colorado Symphony’s success as a modern and responsive arts institution,” says Gene Sobczak, President and CEO. Who knows from where the collaborators, partners, donors, volunteers, advocates and even musicians of tomorrow will come? “Reaching out to underrepresented communities is one way we advance our mission,” says Sobczak. “At the same time, we’re expanding the type of programming we offer — using technology, new artists, and new series — to grow our base in new ways, with an ever-evolving definition of what we do.” The Colorado Symphony is in the midst of one of the most dynamic, daring seasons in its history, with a depth of programming that spans classical music from the Baroque period to the present day. Perennial favorites – including Masterworks, Pops, Family and Holiday concerts — are joined by new offerings, including the Sacred Series, which brings early religious music to Denver’s historic Montview Presbyterian Church. The familiar names of Haydn, Handel, Beethoven and Brahms have appeared in this season’s Soundings; so have those of DeVotchKa, the Airborne Toxic Event, Pink Martini and the Preservation Hall Jazz Band. 10 SOUNDINGS 2012/13 | COLORADOSYMPHONY.ORG
The Colorado Symphony’s current season demonstrates its commitment to making world-class music accessible, engaging and relevant to the public — especially those audiences not traditionally seen at Boettcher Concert Hall. Some highlights: CULTURAL CONNECTIONS One of the longest-running celebrations of its kind in the country, the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Concert & Humanitarian Awards enters its 23rd year this month. Produced in partnership with the MLK Colorado Holiday Commission, this annual ceremony is a reverent and joyful reflection on the life and legacy of Dr. King, as well as a chance to honor humanitarian leaders and peacemakers who live and lead in his example. “It’s an honor for us to join with the community in honoring Dr. King,” says Anthony Pierce, the Colorado Symphony’s Vice President of Artistic Administration. “He is a person we very much need to remember and to continue to learn from; his message is just as relevant today as ever.” Coming up January 15, this year’s awards will see the return of Denver’s Spirituals Project Choir and host Tamara Banks. Joseph Young, a rising young AfricanAmerican conductor, will lead the Colorado Symphony through a program of classical and traditional folk music, with a few modern touches supplied by Denver-based violinist Jeff “Maestro” Hughes. As always, the program is free and open to all, though tickets are required. Illuminating the influence and breadth of Latin music, the annual Cinco de Mayo celebration at Boettcher has been a highlight of every season since 2002. Last year, in partnership with NEWSED Community Development Corporation, the Symphony ramped up the festivities with a free community concert in Civic Center Park, which married classical music with mariachi and other sounds from Mexico and points further south. In September, the Symphony, the Mexican Consulate and the Mexican Cultural Center hosted Denver’s first concert commemorating “El Grito de la Independencia,” Mexico’s annual celebration of independence from the Spanish, achieved in 1810. This spring, the Colorado Symphony plans to expand its outreach to Denver’s Latino community with a Spanish-language version of Peter and the Wolf¸ Sergei Prokofiev’s classic symphony for children, and Carnival of Animals, by Camille Saint-Saëns. Scheduled for March 17, this new entry in the Family series will be the Symphony’s first-ever Spanish-language production. Music is for everyone, no matter their background. So believed songwriter Woody Guthrie, who heralded the everyman in hundreds of songs, many of which are now
David Amram performs on the 16th Street Mall.
classics of the American folk cannon. In September, the Symphony honored Woody’s 100th birthday, as well as his inclusive worldview, with A Tribute to Woody Guthrie, conducted by multi-instrumentalist and composer David Amram. A true Renaissance Man, Amram took Woody’s music to the people with a series of educational and outreach events, including film screenings, school visits and a free performance on the 16th Street Mall. More than 400 community members — among them, low-income children and adults, social service workers, teachers and youth mentors and adults with physical and mental disabilities — attended a free dress rehearsal at Boettcher Concert Hall, which culminated with a touching sing-a-long of Guthrie’s iconic “This Land is Your Land.” A recording of this tribute, which also included performances from folklorist Josh White, Jr., singers Jim and Salli Ratts, and members of the East High School Choir, will be available later this year. GROWING YOUNG MINDS WITH MUSIC Music has a unique power to inspire and delight young people — and can have a transformative and positive impact on their academics, behavior, relationships and career readiness. Through the Colorado Symphony Kids program, launched last year, the Symphony enhances the education and well-being of students from the sevencountry metro area by offering a continuum of engagement that is unique among arts providers in Colorado. First, Colorado Symphony Kids invites elementary, middle and high school schools to attend a year-round selection of youth concerts, which are targeted to specific grade levels and align to Colorado academic standards in a number of subject areas, including music, math and social studies. Having doubled the number of youth concerts in the 2012/13 season, the symphony is on track to reach 40,000 students this season. SOUNDINGS 2012/13 | COLORADOSYMPHONY.ORG 11
EXPANDING OUR REACH With the new On Location program, the Symphony is putting down roots in growing cultural pockets across metro Denver. This year-round series of concerts at Parker’s PACE Center, the Lone Tree Arts Center and Sedalia’s Cherokee Ranch showcases original, often intimate, configurations of the orchestra and utilizes the uniqueness of each venue. Last November, the Colorado Symphony took its biggest geographic step yet with the launch of Symphonic Salida! (see Sidebar), which will serve as a model for the development of music series across the state. “Being present in different venues and geographic areas allows us to expand our repertoire in interesting ways,” says Sobczak. “In addition to becoming a greater part of these communities, we’re also bringing attention to the orchestra, and working to engage these audiences at Boettcher, as well.”
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The Colorado Symphony Kids experience doesn’t end after a trip to Boettcher Concert Hall. During in-school visits from members of the orchestra, students interact directly with players and their instruments and experience the benefits of music education in a familiar environment. Finally, all Colorado Symphony Kids are given a voucher to return for any Masterworks concert of the season; this year’s selection include some of the most beloved classical music of all time, including Ravel’s Boléro, Verdi’s Requiem and The Rite of Spring by Stravinsky, conducted by Gilbert Varga. Sometimes, young people are invited to attend open dress rehearsals — as they were last February, when more than 700 middle and high school students had a chance to watch DeVotchKa and the Colorado Symphony run through a full program in preparation for a public performance. The objective is to build a progressive educational experience that resonates with the child,” says Sobczak. “Beyond exposure alone, we’re meeting the students where they are, and engaging their parents to participate. Our goal is to have a recurring presence in these students’ lives.”
SYMPHONIC SALIDA! Nestled among the peaks and vistas of the Upper Arkansas River Valley, Salida has long been known as an artist’s enclave. Designated as one of two Cultural Districts by the State of Colorado in 2012, Salida claims scores of artists, musicians and crafters among its population of 5,000. Thanks to a new collaboration with the Colorado Symphony, Salida will increasingly be known as a destination for music lovers, too. This fall, the Symphony partnered with cultural and civic leaders in Chaffee County to present Symphonic Salida!, a concert series featuring the musicianship and vision that make the Colorado Symphony one of the state’s most beloved cultural treasures. Symphonic Salida! is part of a multi-year initiative to bring world-class symphonic music to communities across Colorado. Throughout the 2012/13 season, the Symphony will present three concerts that feature small ensembles, including strings, percussion and woodwinds. On June 30, 2013, the series culminates with a full-orchestra performance at Riverside Park. So far, Salida has given the Colorado Symphony a very warm welcome. This fall, the string orchestra performed before a sold-out audience at Salida’s SteamPlant Event Center, a cultural anchor on the town’s historic main street. Salida’s youth got in on the experience, too, when the musicians gathered their cellos, violins and violas for a visit to Salida Middle School, where they shared music and personal stories with more than 400 elementary, middle and high school students. “I’m such a believer in exposing kids that live way out of the middle of nowhere to possibilities they may not know anything about,” says music teacher Robin French. “We don’t have a string program in our schools, so it’s very likely that most of these kids have never seen a viola or a cello. But they were rapt, quiet. The musicians were so gracious and fun. It was something totally new for our students.” A true collaboration, Symphonic Salida! is supported by a number of partners, including the City of Salida, Salida Public Schools and KHEN 106.9 FM radio. According to KHEN’s Scott Adams, who directed the effort on the ground in Salida, partnership was key to the series’ successful launch. “Without the initial enthusiasm and encouragement by Gene Sobczak and by Harry Brull, KHEN Board Chair, others close to the project might not have understood and shared the vision of making Salida a destination for hearing top level classical music,” says Adams. Once this series gets firmly established, it’s not inconceivable that people will drive 75 miles, in any direction, to come to these concerts.”
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INSIDE THE SCORE 2012/13 LIFE OF BRAHMS THE COLORADO SYMPHONY SCOTT O’NEIL, resident conductor HSING-AY HSU, piano STEVE TAYLOR, vocals TONIGHT’S CONCERT IS GRATEFULLY DEDICATED TO MR. AND MRS. CHARLES A. HADLEY.
Friday, February 22, 2013 at 7:30 pm Boettcher Concert Hall
Piano Trio in B major, Op. 8 Allegro con brio Symphony No. 1 in C minor, Op. 68 Adagio – Più andante – Allegro non troppo, ma con brio “Immer Leiser wird mein Schlummer,” Op. 105, No. 2 Piano Concerto No. 2 in B-flat major, Op. 83 Andante
Symphony No. 3 in F major, Op. 90 Allegro con brio “O Tod, wie bitter bist du,” Op. 121, No. 3 Symphony No. 4 in E minor, Op. 98, 1st Movement Allegro non troppo Intermezzo in A major, Op. 118, No. 2
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INSIDE THE SCORE Biographies SCOTT O’NEIL, resident conductor This is Scott O’Neil’s seventh season with the Colorado Symphony, and his third full season as resident conductor. O’Neil maintains a strong commitment to making music of the highest quality accessible to young audiences. He served as associate conductor for the Utah Symphony, which he joined in August 2000. O’Neil has guest conducted the Houston Symphony, Houston Youth Symphony, Phoenix Symphony, Annapolis Symphony, Florida Philharmonic, Tulsa Philharmonic, Portland Symphony (Maine), the Lubbock Symphony, the Boise Philharmonic, the Salt Lake Symphony and the Columbus Symphony in Ohio. O’Neil studied piano performance at the Oberlin College Conservatory, served as the assistant conductor of the Eastman School Symphony and Philharmonia Orchestras at the Eastman School of Music, and earned a master’s degree in
orchestral conducting at Rice University, where he was the director of the Campanile Orchestra, a community/university orchestra. In 1999 he served as director of orchestras at the High School for the Performing and Visual Arts in Houston, Texas. In the spring of 2003, O’Neil was selected by the League of American Orchestras (LAO) to conduct an orchestra comprised of members of the Los Angeles Philharmonic and advanced students from the University of Southern California in Synergy, a program created to promote young, contemporary composers. Also in the spring of 2003, O’Neil was selected by LAO to appear on the Conductor Preview with the Jacksonville Symphony. O’Neil is prominently featured with the Colorado Symphony as conductor and creator of the Inside the Score series, in addition to appearances on each of the Masterworks, Family, Pops and Holiday Series.
HSING-AY HSU, piano Since her stage debut at age 4, Chinese pianist Hsing-ay Hsu (“Sing-I Shoo”) has been performing at such venues as Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center, Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center and in Europe and Asia. Her thoughtful and passionate interpretations have won international recognition, including the Juilliard William Petschek Debut Award, William Kapell International Piano Competition, Ima Hogg National Competition first-prize, Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowship, Gilmore Young Artist Award and the U.S. Presidential Scholar of the Arts Award from President Clinton. She has been featured on Garrison Keillor’s Prairie Home Companion, NPR’s Performance Today, Chinese National Television and Danish Public Radio. Concerto
highlights include the Baltimore, China National, Colorado, Houston, New Jersey, Pacific and Shanghai Symphony Orchestras. Her CD’s have won critical acclaim. A passionate chamber musician, Ms. Hsu co-founded a trio with Colorado Symphony principals Yumi Hwang-Williams and Silver Ainomäe. Ms. Hsu is the Artistic Director for Pendulum New Music and visiting piano faculty at CU-Boulder. She also created the Conscious Listening™ seminars to bring her dynamic teaching to numerous institutions and festivals. Born in Beijing, Ms. Hsu studied piano with her parents and uncle Fei-Ping Hsu, and at Juilliard and Yale University. A Steinway Artist, she resides in Colorado with her husband, composer Daniel Kellogg and one daughter. www.hsingayhsu.com.
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STEVEN TAYLOR, vocals Currently serving as the Dean of the School of Music at Colorado Christian University, baritone Steven Taylor is known to audiences throughout the Rocky Mountain region both for his beautiful, expressive singing and his dramatic interpretations. Steven is a graduate of the Lamont School of Music at the University of Denver. His versatile singing career ranges from opera and oratorio, to musical theatre, gospel and jazz. Appearing with major symphonies throughout the west, Steven has also been seen onstage with Central City Opera, Opera Theatre of the Rockies, Boulder’s Dinner Theatre, Crested Butte Theatre, Aspen Theatre and Opera Colorado. Current and most recent
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engagements include Frederick in Sondheim’s A Little Night Music with Opera Theatre of the Rockies, Estaban in En Mis Palabras with the Central City Opera Outreach Program, Schubert’s Mass No. 6 with the Broomfield Choral Festival, a “Delovely Night of Cole Porter” with mezzo Marcia Ragonetti at the Cherokee Castle, and several collaborations with the Denver Brass, including the National Western Stock Show’s presentation of An Evening with the Dancing Horses. As a member of the internationally acclaimed Gospel Quartet, LEGACY, with five CDs to their credit, Steven has performed concert tours in Australia, Canada, Cuba and South Korea.
FAMILY 2012/13 SIDE-BY-SIDE WITH THE DYAO THE COLORADO SYMPHONY DENVER YOUNG ARTISTS ORCHESTRA JASON SEBER, conductor
Sunday, February 24, 2013 at 2:30 pm Boettcher Concert Hall
Festive Overture, Op. 96 The Colorado Symphony
Piano Concerto No. 2 in C minor, Op. 18, Mvt 1 Moderato The Colorado Symphony Henry Zhang, piano
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Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone: Suite for Orchestra Hedwig’s Theme Harry’s Wondrous World The Colorado Symphony The Denver Young Artists Orchestra
Symphony No. 5 in D minor, Op. 47 Allegretto Allegro non troppo The Colorado Symphony The Denver Young Artists Orchestra
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FAMILY Biographies JASON SEBER, conductor Jason Seber is celebrating his eighth season as Music Director of the Louisville Youth Orchestra. During his tenure the LYO has collaborated with many fine conductors and guest artists including Jorge Mester, Robert Franz, Caroline Goulding, Christopher O’Riley, Kit Armstrong and Conrad Tao. He has also led the LYO in regional and state premieres of new works by Joan Tower, Joseph Schwantner and Jay Greenberg. In October of 2010, the LYO Symphony Orchestra performed with My Morning Jacket in front of 9,000 fans at the KFC Yum Center. As a result of this collaboration, Mr. Seber and the Symphony Orchestra were featured in the documentary “One Big Holiday,” which was released in May 2011 with the box set of My Morning Jacket’s album Circuital. Mr. Seber also provided string arrangements for
charts on Circuital, which was nominated for the 2012 GRAMMY® Award for Best Alternative Album. In addition to his position with the Louisville Youth Orchestra, Mr. Seber is also the Director of Orchestras at the Youth Performing Arts School (YPAS), a magnet school for the performing arts in Louisville, Kentucky. Mr. Seber served as Assistant Conductor of the Cleveland Pops Orchestra from 2005 to 2007 and still returns regularly to guest conduct. In 2008 he led a performance of the Cleveland Pops with Peter Cetera and figure skaters Sasha Cohen, Brian Boitano and Todd Eldredge that was broadcast nationwide on NBC Christmas Day. He also served as Assistant Conductor of the National Repertory Orchestra and the Cleveland Institute of Music Orchestras. Mr. Seber frequently guest conducts the Louisville Orchestra in their Making Music, OrKIDStra, Pops and Side-by-Side series.
HENRY ZHANG, piano Sixteen-year-old Henry Zhang lives in Longmont, Colorado and is a senior at Fairview High School in Boulder. He started practicing piano when he was five. He currently studies piano with Crystal Lee in Boulder. Most recently, he was the winner in Category B of 2012 LSO Young Artist Competition, the International Keyboard Odyssiad and Festival (IKOF 2012) and the Schmitt 2012 Piano Competition Advanced Division IV. He was the Junior Division winner of Steinway Concerto Competition. He was the two-term Colorado Young Musician Foundation roster and Top Junior Performer in both the 2008 and 2010 Auditions. He was the State winner and West
Central Division Alternate for the Music Teachers National Association Junior Piano Competition in 2010. In 2009, Henry won the Yamaha ACD III Piano Competition and performed with the Breckenridge Orchestra. He made his personal recital debut at the University of Northern Colorado as the winner of the 2009 Colorado Piano Festival’s Per-College Solo Competition. Henry also performed with Breckenridge Orchestra and Denver Junior Symphony Guild in the past. He enjoys math and is a member of the Colorado American Regions Mathematics League Team. He’s also on his school’s cross-country team and does cross-country at home, too.
DENVER YOUNG ARTISTS ORCHESTRA VIOLIN Emily Switzer Tommy Peeples Sarah Berger Nathaniel Ver Steeg Isaac Allen Uyanga Battulga Kayvon Coffey Daniel Ho Eloise Hodges Natalie Hodges Sophia Hsiao Samantha Klein Natasha Kubit Nathanael Leavitt Brandon Lee Joseph Lin Raymond Lu Seoyeong Park Ben Peeples Calley Pierce Julia Popham Liam Ramsey-White Crystal Schneckenburger Kaitlyn Seitz Alex Smith Eilish Spear
Daniel Spink Raven Underwood Emily Waldman Kendall Weistroffer D. Alexi Whitsel Evan Clare Williams Grace Wills Stephanie Yu VIOLA Sarah Switzer (principal) Katie Rademacher (asst. principal) Karl Allen Cody Bargas Meghan Conlon Ethan Durell Erik Fellenstein Katherine Guerrero Tyler McKisson Pallavi Webb
CELLO Kelcey Howell (principal) Hari-Parkash Khalsa (asst. principal) Marley Aiu Jenny Chen Alexandra Coulter Luke Enssle Addy Harris Alex Lessenger Raymond Newell Andrew Peeples Benjamin Roberts Haley Slaugh Derek Sumpmann Serena Tenenbaum
FLUTE Katherine Herrington Moeka Nakagawa Ashley Qiang Rikki Wolpowitz
BASS Selyne Tibbetts-Pagan (principal) Cristina Montoya (asst. principal) Jessica Cable Zachary Harris Taylor Tracy
BASSOON Kristen Flock Kai Kresek
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OBOE Claire Baker Rebecca Keller Mary Kingham CLARINET Joshua Bogen Scott Chiu David Leech Jason Mobley
HORN Caroline Baker Ayo Derbyshire Jason Friedman Daniel G Cianci Melo-Carrillo Cort Roberts TRUMPET Peter Davis Isaac Smith Stephen Spink TROMBONE Louis DeScala Aidan Ritchie TUBA Zachary Norman PERCUSSION Cameron Davison HARP Abigail Enssle Rebecca Moritzky
COMMUNITY SUPPORT You are the driving force behind the Colorado Symphony. Your passion, your dedication, and your contributions have been instrumental to the success of this organization, enabling the orchestra to continue in its relentless pursuit of innovative programming and artistic excellence, and ensuring that the orchestra delivers unparalleled musical experiences to the Colorado community for years to come.
CORPORATIONS / FOUNDATIONS / GOVERNMENT GRANTS / SUPPORT GROUPS / INDIVIDUALS Gifts made to the Colorado Symphony from July 1, 2011 through November 30, 2012. If you have any questions or concerns regarding a donor listing, please contact the development office directly at 303.308.2476. Thank you for your support! DIAMOND CHAIRMAN’S SOCIETY ($100,000+)
Corporations, Foundations, Government Grants, Support Groups Avenir Foundation, Inc. Boettcher Foundation CBS4 The Citizens of the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD) Colorado Symphony Foundation The Denver Post Community Gates Family Foundation Sterne-Elder Memorial Fund Individuals Anonymous (3) Erna Butler Harold L. Dwyer and Nevada W. Dwyer Mrs. Sandy Elliott Mary Rossick Kern, Jerome H. Kern and Mikey Kern Musicians of the Colorado Symphony Dr. John C. Malone Vera E. Sears PLATINUM CHAIRMAN’S SOCIETY ($50,000+)
Corporations, Foundations, Government Grants, Support Groups Anonymous Arrow Electronics, Inc. Colorado Symphony Guild, Inc.
Community First Foundation Helen K. & Arthur E. Johnson Foundation Mountain States Toyota Schmitt Music Company Target
Individuals Anonymous Merle C. Chambers and Hugh A. Grant GOLD CHAIRMAN’S SOCIETY ($25,000+)
Corporations, Foundations, Government Grants, Support Groups Ballard Spahr Andrews & Ingersoll, LLP Barnhart Communications Cablevision Systems Corporation FirstBank Holding Company IAC Corporation Kenneth King Foundation United Airlines The Virginia Hill Foundation Wells Fargo Individuals Anonymous (4) Carolyn and Young Cho Cannon Y. & Lyndia K. Harvey Mrs. Jan Mayer Al and Ursula Powell Dr. Jack R. Wilson
CHAIRMAN’S SOCIETY ($10,000+)
Corporations, Foundations, Government Grants, Support Groups Bank of America Colorado Creative Industries Colorado Real Estate Journal Colorado Symphony Chorus D Bar Deep Space Systems The Denver Foundation Denver Post Charities a McCormick Foundation Fund DesignWorks Eide Bailly General Electric Foundation Jeanne Land Foundation in Memory of Dean Gillespie and Walter Land Liberty Global, Inc. Liberty Media Corporation Lloyd J. King and Eleanor R. King Foundation Mabel Y. Hughes Charitable Trust Macy's Foundation Merrill Lynch Northern Trust Company Ralph L. and Florence R. Burgess Trust The Schramm Foundation Tiffany & Co. UMB Bank University of Denver Walter S. Rosenberry, III Trust
Individuals Anonymous (5) Ms. Marin Alsop Michelle and Stephen Bailey Ed and Laurie Bock Stephen Brett and Linda Shoemaker Mr. and Mrs. Mark Carleton Tom and Noel Congdon Mark and Carla Ewing Keith and Kathie Finger Thomas J. and Shirley C. Gibson Michael and Frances Gundzik Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Hagood Dr. H. Michael Hayes Jennifer Heglin Libby Kirkpatrick Frank and Ginny Leitz Carolyn L. Longmire Mr. Gregory B. Maffei Lanny and Sharon Martin Constance McCormick Platt Mrs. Rhea Miller Estate of Judith Yrisarri Nichols John and Rosemary Priester Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Saunders Nancy and Barney Schotters William Schumacher Harvey and Maureen Solomon Dick and Pat Tucker Normie and Paul Voillequé Peter Wells and Julie Gordon
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SILVER CONDUCTORâ€™S CIRCLE ($5,000+)
Corporations, Foundations, Government Grants, Support Groups Anonymous A.J. Markley Trust The AJL Charitable Foundation Altour Travel Ann and Gordon Getty Foundation Applejack Wine & Spirits Bradford Renaissance Portraits Corp. Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, LLP The Chill Foundation Constance L. Anderson Trust DIRECTV ECA Foundation Exempla Saint Joseph Hospital General Electric Foundation greatBIGcolor, Inc. Helen Murray Charitable Trust Hunt Alternatives Fund JPMorgan Chase Foundation JPMorgan Private Bank KPMG LLP Magnolia Hotels MGIVE Foundation Shamos Family Foundation Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth Health SM Energy Company Speaking of Dance The Stanley Works
University of Colorado Physicians â€“ Department of Psychiatry, CU School of Medicine Volunteers of America Xcel Energy Foundation
Individuals Anonymous (9) Wendy S. Aiello and Walter F. DeHaven, Jr. Michael Altenberg and Libby Bortz Ms. Cynthia Auer Col. Philip Beaver and Mrs. Kim Beaver Bob and Cynthia Benson Dr. and Mrs. David Campbell Jim and Janice Campbell Ronald E. Carlson Mr. Willis Carpenter Mr. Gene Child Donna and Ted Connolly Dr. Richard J. and Mrs. Jan Marie Crawford Mr. Bain Farris Marshall and Jenifer Gile Mrs. Brooke E. Gordon Robert S. Graham Peter and Rhondda Grant Celeste and Jack Grynberg Charles A. and Pat Hadley Mr. and Mrs. Del Hock Ms. Jean M. Gordon Thomas J. Jirak and Susan Graber Mr. and Mrs. Ed Greene Donna C. Kornfeld Donald and Marjorie Langmuir Steve and Pat Larson
Sandy and Evan Lasky Amy Lawton Ron and Jeri Loser Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. McClintock Mr. and Mrs. Stephen McDonald Dr. Christopher Ott and Mr. Jeremy Simons Frank Y. Parce Daniel K. and Susan A. Paulien Mr. and Mrs. Craig Ponzio Kathleen M. Price Jane Quinette Dr. and Mrs. W. Gerald Rainer Robert and Myra Rich Miriam C. Robins Suzanne Barber Ryan Raymond and Suzanne Satter Rob and Jane Scofield Don and Ellen Scott Roger Shapiro and Renee Peterson Ruth S. Silver Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sisk Phoebe Anne Smedley Mr. Clyde Eaton Smith Mr. Bobby G. Stevenson Mr. and Mrs. Seth Weisberg Paul and Patricia Zecchi Mrs. Joyce Zeff BRONZE CONDUCTORâ€™S CIRCLE ($3,000+)
Corporations, Foundations, Government Grants, Support Groups American Family Mutual Insurance Company Beauty by Buford
Boss Architecture Caterpillar Foundation Matching Gifts Cherry Hills Cultural Associates Choquette & Hart LLP, Attorneys at Law University of Colorado Foundation Dr. John W. Flory Foundation EnCana Cares (USA) Foundation Galen & Ada Belle Spencer Foundation The Friedlander Family - Great Lakes Marine Denver The Humphreys Foundation Kinder Morgan Foundation Kowalski Family Foundation McNeil Designer Portraits Mile High United Way Nelnet, Inc. Paul Miller Family Foundation Schumacher Accounting and Tax Service
Individuals Anonymous (6) Mr. and Mrs. Tony Accetta Sue Anschutz-Rodgers Nancy C. Ball James E. Barlett LaFawn Biddle Roger and Susan Bowles Marc and Claudia Braunstein Don and Nita Burkhardt Dale and Mycki Bussman Keith â€œScrambleâ€? Campbell Drs. Marc Cohen and Kathryn Hobbs Sylvia Sosin Cohen John and Betty Conrad
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Jim and Julie Copenhaver Alix and John Corboy Mike and Catherine Cuomo Mr. and Mrs. Richard Deane Mark and Katherine Dickson Michael P. Dowling Mr. Lui Ferreyra Monica Glickman and Craig Carver Mr. Gregory Harper Lorraine and Harley G. Higbie Dorothy Holder Ms. Jeanne Iske Mr. Matt Kenson Mrs. Ann C. Levy John and Merry Low Marjorie E. MacLachlan Virginia and Bill McGehee Effie and Jordon Perlmutter Mr. and Mrs. James E. Rawley Lt. Col. and Mrs. Robert W. Riegel Steven and Joan Ringel Dr. and Mrs. Richard J. Sanders Marion Thurnauer and Alexander Trifunac Mr. Phillip Vigoda Malcolm and Donna Wheeler Michael and Sandra Wilson CONDUCTORâ€™S CIRCLE ($2,000+)
Corporations, Foundations, Government Grants, Support Groups APEX Petroleum Engineering Bank of America Matching Gifts Boulder Wave Cravitz Family Charitable Fund
G.G. Shaw, Inc. Joseph R. Parker Foundation Merck Partnership for Giving Nathan B. and Florence R. Burt Foundation Rose Community Foundation The Rotary Club of Denver
Individuals Anonymous (8) Dr. and Mrs. Obadiah Ariss Addie and Bob Barkley Mr. and Mrs. Paul Barru J. Fern Black Ms. Beatriz Bonnet Vince and Mary Jo Boryla Jim and Sharon Butler Mr. and Mrs. K.W. Calkins Dr. Bonnie W. Camp Keith and Lindsay Campbell Gracie and William Carr Miles Carson Professor Gerald W. Chapman Drs. Henry and Janet Claman Jane Costain and Gary Moore Mr. Robert M. Cox, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick K. Dolan Kevin and Leanne Duncan Dr. and Mrs. Ted Eickhoff Clark and Martha Ewald Fran and Michael Fisher Joan and John French Mr. and Mrs. John E. Fuller Mr. and Mrs. Jon D. Galvin Mrs. Sally S. Gart Mr. and Mrs. George C. Gibson Mrs. Callae Gilman Veronica Goodrich Howard S. Greinetz
Friends of Michael and Francie Gundzik Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Haller L. Richard and Sigrid Halvorson Freese Diane S. Hill and Kevin E. Somerville Judith and Jim Hilton Graham and Cathy Hollis Walt and Georgia Imhoff Mrs. Eleanor L. Isbill Joe and Francine Kelso Don Leach Carole Leight Judge and Mrs. John P. Leopold Mr. and Mrs. Steven I. Levey Robert and Patricia Lisensky Ellie W. and Sara Long Jim and Cathy Look Mrs. Bette MacDonald Mr. and Mrs. John S. Martin Dr. Dennis and Helen Matthews Ms. Anne Akiko Meyers Mr. Thomas C. Mills Michael and Sharon Modiz Mr. and Mrs. Ron Neel Mr. and Mrs. Howard Noble Ms. Deborah R. Norris Mr. Donald Park, II Mr. George Peak Sue and Edwin Peiker Bonnie C. Perkins Ms. Debra Perry and Mr. Jeff Baldwin Mary and Bernard Polak Dr. Peter S. Quintero Dr. Turpin H. Rose Dr. and Mrs. Paul R. Rosen Dr. Joanne Rudoff Henry R. Schmoll
Mr. Robert E. Schueller Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schulein David and Susan Seitz Mr. and Mrs. Chris W. Shean Mr. and Mrs. Gene H. Sobczak Mrs. Marcia D. Strickland Dr. Laura Strom and Mr. Erik Strom Mrs. Beatrice D. Taplin Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Tashiro Margot K. Thomson Elyse Tipton and Paul Ruttum Mr. and Mrs. John R. Trigg Mr. John B. Trueblood Mr. and Mrs. Howard Turetzky Dr. and Mrs. Ed Van Bramer Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Wagner Drs. Richard and Jean Williams Stuart and Ellen Witkin Ms. Deloris R. Wright SYMPHONY CONCERTMASTER ($1,000+)
Corporations, Foundations, Government Grants, Support Groups AMG National Trust Bank Arc Thrift Stores AT&T Foundation Matching Gifts Program Bansbach Foundation Barbara and Charlie Ferguson Foundation The Bliss Family Foundation CNA Foundation Dan Sharp Luxury Outerwear Denver Museum of Nature and Science Dobbins Foundation
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Individuals Anonymous (11) Charles and Joan Albi Mr. Hartman Axley Mrs. Jennifer Baker Ken and Zoe Barley Dr. and Mrs. Henry J. Beckwitt
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Becky Mr. and Mrs. Mark Berzins Mrs. Terry A. Biddinger Marcia D. Bishop Nancy Bokowski Mr. William H. Brenton and Ms. Natalie G. Brenton Sandy and Rogene Buchholz Ms. Patricia Butler Mr. and Mrs. Martin Cahill David and Joan Clark James and Toni Cohig John L. Coil Catherine Cole Mr. and Mrs. Clark Colton Mr. and Mrs. John Colvin Bill and Nancy Cook Mr. Donald Cook Paul and Eileen Cooper Mr. Ronald Covey Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cox Constance Crocker Ms. Sally Crow George and Yonnie Dikeou Mrs. Mary Donlon Mr. and Mrs. William D. Doty Dorothy Dowden Janice and Joe Dunbar Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Eason Lois N. Eckhoff Mr. Maxim Ehrlich Drs. Ellen and Anthony Elias Ms. Gretchen Eppler Judith Epstein Ms. Alix Evendorff Mr. Bayard Ewing Warren E. Fair Dr. and Mrs. Richard A. Fieman Mrs. Mary Lou H. Flater
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Evan D. Ela-Collins Cockrel & Cole, P.C. Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund First Western Trust Bank Four Seasons Hotel Denver Frederick G. Fish Foundation Fuller Family Fund of The Denver Foundation The Hartford Wealth Management - Global Henry and Janet Claman Foundation Henry E. Wurst Family Foundation IBM International Foundation The James and Alvina Bartos Balog Foundation Larned A. Waterman & Paul S. Messard Trust The Little Pub Fund Livingston Family Foundation Loro Piana Louis & Harold Price Foundation Neiman Marcus Newmont Mining Corporation Saunders Construction, Inc. Sheraton Hotels and Resorts Singer Family Foundation Tipton Family Foundation Wagner Equipment Co. Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC. William Havu Gallery
Dr. Lauren Fraser and Ms. Rebecca Coughlin Mrs. Karen Freyer Mr. David F. Fritz Dr. and Mrs. John H. Gale Dr. Ben and Mrs. Jean Galloway Todd Gander and Terry Hsu-Gander Ms. Wynn Gandera B.J. and Grace George Lynda Goldstein Jonathan and Julia Gordon Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Greenly Hugh and Nancy Grove Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Gundzik Mr. and Mrs. Alvin W. Haggerty Dr. and Mr. Lowell H. Hansen Linda Harmon Mr. David J. Hayes Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hembre Diane D. Henry Ms. Linda V. Herbst Mr. Owen Herman Mr. John Herpers Gloette Hess Mr. and Mrs. A.B. Hirschfeld Mr. Kenn Hoagland Mike and Vicki Hoffman Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Holmes Mrs. Eileen Honnen Ms. Joan Hornig Mr. W. G. Houlton and Ms. Joan Manley Marilyn Howard William C. Hubbard Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hucks, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Scott A. Hudson Renate and Joseph Hull Mr. and Mrs. Bradley James Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Johnson
Edeltraud Johnson Ms. Jean Johnson Dr. Richard Johnston, Jr. and Mrs. Mary Anne Johnston Glenn R. Jones Jennifer Kamenides Ms. Mindy Keith Dr. and Mrs. Michael Kelley Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Kern Mr. and Mrs. Jeremy Kincaid Mel and Roberta Klein Ms. Deniece Kohl Mr. Stuart Kritzer Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kugeler Phyllis and James Kurtz-Phelan Rich Kylberg and Jilliann Parker Lee Lamont Ms. Pauline Langsley Ms. Mary Larson Warren and Nancy Lawrence Mr. and Mrs. Steven I. Levey Karen I. and John E. Litz George G. "Sandy" Lowe Mr. and Mrs. Jim Marlow Mr. and Mrs. Amos C. Mathews Dennis and Helen Matthews Denise McCleary and Paul Von Behren Steve and Kathy McConahey Ms. Nancy McCulloh Mr. and Mrs. David McGaw Mr. and Mrs. James McGibney Mr. V.W. McKnab Mr. and Mrs. Neil McLagan Katherine McMurray Sharon L. Menard Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Milligan Bert Mochel Henry B. Mohr Mr. Robert R. Montgomery
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CIRQUE DE LA SYMPHONIE Saturday, March 23, 7:30 PM Macky Auditorium, CU Campus The magic of the circus returns with fresh, new acts by aerial fliers, acrobats, jugglers and contortionists sharing the stage with the Boulder Phil.
SEASON FINALE: LAND OF THE MIDNIGHT SUN JENNIFER KOH, VIOLIN Saturday, April 27, 7:30 PM Macky Auditorium, CU Campus Boulder Philharmonic Orchestra Michael Butterman, Music Director DEBUSSY RAUTAVAARA SIBELIUS STRAVINSKY SIBELIUS
Prelude to “The Afternoon of a Faun” Cantus Arcticus Finlandia Four Norwegian Moods Violin Concerto
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Mrs. Patty H. Moore Mr. Douglas G. and Dr. Laura B. Moran Ms. Janet Mordecai Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moritz Ms. April Motisko Diana and Wayne Murdy James Neely Ben and Pattie Nelson Drs. Sarah and Harold Nelson Mr. and Mrs. W. Peterson Nelson Elizabeth B. Neva Ed and Jean Onderko Mr. Kenneth S. Palmer Perry C. Peine Mrs. Nancy D. Petry M. Peyton and Suzanne Bucy Mr. and Mrs. Mike Pokorny Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Puckett Mrs. Nijole Rasmussen Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ris Ms. Margaret Roath Marcia and Dick Robinson Ms. Carol Robison Michael Rodel Dr. Floyd and Mrs. Karen Russak Mr. and Mrs. William E. Russell Ruth Schoening Ms. Patricia Schueller Ms. Kathleen Sgamma Mr. and Mrs. Peter D. Shultz Alice Silver and Tom Byrnes Ms. Terri Slivka Sam and Marty Sloven Mr. David C. Smith Dr. and Mrs. Edwin R. Smith Marlis and Shirley Smith Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Smith Ms. Rebecca Sposato Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Stamp Mr. Gordon W. Stenger Harry and Vicki Sterling Dr. and Mrs. Richard H. Stienmier Dr. Bill Strempel Mr. John Swift and Mrs. Gretchen Swift Mr. and Mrs. David Thomas, III. David Tourtelot and Nikki Headlee Joseph and Lana Turner Kyle and Bev Turner Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Tutzauer Mr. and Mrs. Stanley D. Van Egmond Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Virtue Richard E. Wagner Gary and Mary Lou Waldman Hedy and Michael Weinberg Consul Emeritus and Mrs. Tor Westgaard Mr. and Mrs. David Willetts Dr. John Willhardt Jim and Marlene Wogsland George and Beth Wood Mr. Duain Wolfe Dr. and Mrs. Roy R. Wright Dick and Lorie Young Mr. and Mrs. Wallace A. Zellmer David and Diane Zile Ms. Linda Roberts Zinn Mr. Sandy Zisman and Mrs. Janis Frame SYMPHONY MUSICIAN ($500+)
Corporations, Foundations, Government Grants, Support Groups AEG Live Ball Corporation The Bardsley Foundation
Caulkins Family Foundation Chevron Companies Club Cherry Creek CNA Foundation Colorado Restaurant Association Education Foundation Corporate GT Dais Family Foundation Denver Active 20-30 Childrens Foundation Elwayâ€™s Cherry Creek ExxonMobil Foundation Genesee Biomedical The Henry L. Smith Foundation High-Tek Tube Corp. Hilb Family Foundation Keri Blair Image Experts Kroger Enterprises Martin C. Gross Family Foundation M.E. McGoldrick Charitable Fund The Moe Family Charitable Fund Park Avenue Oculo Plastic Surgeon Petrie-Bowen Charitable Trust State Farm Companies Foundation Strear Family Foundation, Inc. Tattered Cover Book Store United Way of Larimer County US Bancorp Foundation Williams Diversity and Community Relations
Individuals Anonymous (13) Bonnie and Joe Abell Raydean Acevedo and Walter Jenkins Jim and Lorraine Adams Ms. Anne Aguirre Mr. and Mrs. B.T. Allison, III. Dr. and Mrs. Jules Amer Mrs. Ann Anderson Mr. Derek Anguilm Ms. Eleanor Scott Annable Mr. and Mrs. James Bailey Anne and Henry Beer George and Phee Belsey Ms. Christel M. Bemelmans Dr. and Mrs. Robert N. Berg Mr. Bruce Black and Ms. Jean E. Adler Robert E. Blair Mr. and Mrs. Brian Blankenberg Ms. Jennifer Blend John and Sandy Blue Ms. Jude Blum Mike and Julie Bock Ms. Susan Bonfield David and Rachel Bondelevitch Ms. Alisa Bourne Dr. and Mrs. Peter G. Bowen Mr. and Mrs. Peter D. Bowes Mr. and Mrs. Michael Boyle Ms. Margaret Bozarth Mr. Christopher Bridge Thomas and Marguerite Brosh Mr. and Mrs. James T. Bunch Ms. Susan Burgamy Neil Burris and Sandy Mazarakis Billie Busby and Sidney Smith Ms. Jean Butler Mr. and Mrs. Douglas M. Cain Mr. and Mrs. Richard Callahan Mr. John B. Chafee and Ms. Ann Chaffee Dr. and Mrs. James G. Chandler Michelle Chapman Ms. Delores I. Clark Mr. and Mrs. Robert I. Cohen Ms. Sherri Colgan
Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Collins Dr. William R. Cook Mr. Bud Cookson Robert D. Coombe and Julanna V. Gilbert David Cooper and Sylvia Fergus Frances S. Corsello Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Craig Ray and Kathleen Cravy Ms. Anne Culver Mr. and Mrs. David L. Cummings Karen and William Curtis Mike and Bonnie Dalke Ms. Ruth Dalrymple Susan E. Davies Mr. Chris Davis Ms. Suzanne Davis Ms. Marie de Lucia Martin and Ellen Diesenhof Mr. and Mrs. William Diss Mr. and Mrs. Josiah B. Dodds Mr. and Mrs. John R. Donnell Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ducker Robert and Louise Dudley Maud B. Duke Mr. Joseph R. Dunbar Mr. Pat Durbin and Ms. M. Schricker Mr. BJ Dyer Mrs. Nancy Eicher Mr. Leo M. Eisel Mrs. Susan Ellis and Mr. Izzy Abbass Mary and Woody Emlen Mr. Richard M. Eslinger Mr. and Mrs. James W. Espy John and Joan Feek Michele Ferguson Mr. Stephen Fisher and Ms. Lucia Berle Mr. and Mrs. Gregg Flannery David and Debra Flitter Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Fox Ms. JoAnne Friedman Dr. Christian Frenzel Ms. Martha S. Fulford Mr. and Mrs. Max Furer Mr. and Mrs. David H. Garfield Tony Garramone Marian and Lou Gelfand Linda L. Giedl Mr. and Mrs. W. Bruce Gillis, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Goble Donna and Stephen Good Mrs. Claudia P. Goodwin Mr. and Mrs. Ray Graham Ms. Gertrude Grant Mr. Clifford Greyson Mr. and Mrs. Peter Griffiths Jerry Jean Hale George A. Hallenbeck Mr. Ken Hardesty Dr. and Mrs. Robert D. Harry Sarah Hart Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Haugen Mr. and Mrs. Leeon E. Hayden Mrs. Jane C. Hays Dr. Raymond Henkel Mr. Philip Hiester and Ms. Deborah Reshotko Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hill Jeffrey L. Hill Daniel S. and Vicky L. Hinds Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hoeppner Ms. Laura Hoffman Mr. Robert Homiak Ruth and George Hopfenbeck Ms. Sally Hopper Mr. Andrew E. Hornbrook Mrs. Isabella W. Horsky Mr. and Mrs. Michael Huseby Mr. Paul W. Husted
Mr. and Mrs. Shane Hutchinson Carole and Marv Johnson Craig N. Johnson and Alicia J. McCommons Mr. Roger Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kauerz Paul and Patricia Kearns Mr. Allen Kemp Polly and Frank Kemp Ms. Linda Kessel and Mr. Andrew Morris John C. Kinnamon Ronald and Sharon Klusman David and Margaret Knowlton Eric Krein Mr. John W. Kure and Ms. Cheryl Solich Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ladenburger Charlotte and Maurice Larue Mr. Mark Laurnen Penny and Dick Leather Ms. Linda L. Lee David C. Leger Deanna Rose Leino Don and Ingrid Lindemann Minnie B. Lindsey Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Lingenfelter Mr. and Mrs. Neil Littlefield Mr. Randall Livingston Hope Lowry Mrs. Jean Macferran Mr. and Mrs. Claude M. Maer, Jr. Ms. Karla Marlow Elizabeth Marr and John Price Dr. Harold P. Martin, M.D. Helen Masquelier Donald and Purnee McCourt Dr. and Mrs. John G. McFee Michael and Leigh McMahon Ms. Janet Melson Curtis H.P. Menefee and Kathryn A. House Mrs. Sherry E. Merrill and Mr. Stephen P. Treat Mr. and Mrs. Jay P. Miller Mr. Ron Milzer Ms. Cheryl Montanio J.E. Moredock Carol A. Murphy Bertram Naster Barbara Neal and Edward E. Ellis Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Newberry Ms. Mary Newell Ms. Nell J. Newton Mr. Robert Nordenholz Dr. and Mrs. Steven Oboler Larry O'Donnell and Kermit Cain Mr. Sean Palmer Ms. Patricia Pantazes Mr. John Parfrey Ms. Inja Park Dr. and Mrs. Bruce C. Paton Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Payne Dr. and Mrs. David S. Pearlman Ms. Isabella Pearson Joseph Pennington Mr. Jack Pfeiffer Mr. and Mrs. Harry Phillips Patrick and Susan Pientka Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Pierce Mr. Kenneth R. Piner and Mrs. Karen L. Pierce Mr. and Mrs. David J. Pontarelli Frederick H. and N. Ruth Poppe Ed Post Mr. and Mrs. H.W. Praetorius Robert and Sarah Przekwas Terence T. Quirke Ms. Maryjane Raabe Ms. Marcia Ragonetti
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Dr. and Mrs. Dorothy M. Read Ms. Alice Reich Richard Replin and Elissa Stein Reid T. Reynolds Nancy and Gene Richards Mr. Chip Ridgway Mr. Daniel L. Ritchie Dr. Richard and Sandra Roark Eleanor Roberts Mr. Phil Rock and Ms. Pamela L. Page Mr. Robert Rodriguez David and Nancy Roeder Sig and Lucille Rosefeld Judith and Allan Rosenbaum Ms. Susan Bonsall Rosenberry Jim and Doreen Ryan Steven and Barbara Sande Mr. Clayton Saylor Marjorie and Bob Schaffner Cynthia L. and Paul D. Schauer Dave Schmitz G.A. and W.B. Scholten Mary Ann Schultz Myrna and David Scruton Mr. and Mrs. Ted Senko Betty and Maurice Serotta Jo Shannon Dr. Arnold and Bonnie Silverman Ms. Victoria Simpson Mr. Daniel Sloan William and Janice Smith Mitch and Barbara Solich Mr. and Mrs. William H. Speaker Ms. Kathryn Spuhler Ms. Nicole J. Stegink Mary L. Stewart Mr. and Mrs. Russell Stewart Alena M. Stimack Mr. and Mrs. Don Strasburg
Mary M. Sullivan and Sherman R. Miller, IV. Lou and Katherine Svoboda Marilyn and David Swan Mr. Matthew Switzer Deborah T. Sycamore Mrs. Mary C. Symonton Cedric and Carol Tarr Judy and Rob Tate Frances and Erik Taylor Dr. Stewart Taylor Sheila and Daniel Teitelbaum Mr. and Mrs. Greg Thompson Ms. Linda Thompson Mr. Frank Thomson Ms. Barbara Thorngren Mr. and Mrs. Michael Thornton Mr. and Mrs. Carl J. Tillery Barbara J. Tramutt Ms. Helen Tuttle Caroline and Dick Van Pelt Tom and Eleanor Vincent Mr. John Vincent-Morrison Richard and Sharon Voegtle Guenther Vogt Ed and Patty Wahtera Mr. Peter J. Wall Mr. James B. Wallace Mr. Douglas Ward Ms. Shirley Ward Mr. Loren Warner Mrs. Jean Watt Dr. Edna Stuver Webster, MD. Ms. Dianne Weisberg Mr. and Mrs. Chris Westbrook Ms. Marie B. Wheatley Rosemary Whitaker Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Whitney Ms. Ruth Williams Dr. John S. Williams, M.D.
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Robert P. Austin Mr. and Mrs. Avi Aviv Munsey L. Ayers Mr. and Mrs. Lew Babcock Ms. Mary E. Bahde Mr. and Mrs. James Bailey David H. and Lornel A. Baker Mr. and Mrs. Dennis E. Baldwin Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ballonoff Mr. Dennis N. Bangston Louis Baptist Mr. Phil Barber and Ms. Caroline Lapp Mr. and Mrs. Fred Barker Mr. Richard Barnett Mr. Brandon J. Barrett Mr. and Mrs. David Barsotti Mr. Richard Bartlett Mr. Kirk Bateman Richard and Linda Bateman Nancy Battan Dr. Charles W. Baucum Irene Becker Anne and Henry Beer Chris and Agnieszka Behounek Mr. Robert A. Behrman Mr. Edgardo L. Belen Ms. Joan S. Bell Mr. Perry Bell Ms. Mary J. Belyea Dr. Thomas Berl and Ms. Diane Pincus Neal and Myrna Berlin Ann and George Bermant Ms. Eva Marie BevelaquaSkoupy Bix and Sue Bicknell Ron Binz Ms. Sheila Bisenius Ms. Joella Blackburn Mr. and Mrs. Rick Blackhan Mr. John Blancett Marie and Howard Blaney Ms. Ellen Blatt Carol and Howard Boigon Irma Furbeck Boltman Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bond Mr. Kermit J. Boothroyd James W. Boyd and Sue Ellen Charlton Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Boyle Ms. Mary A. Boyle Carey D. Bozovich Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Brainard Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Brauchli Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brauer Mr. Tom Briner Michael and Catherine Brondos Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bronesky Ms. Joanne Broten Mr. John M. Brown Matthew Brown and Beth Montgomery Mr. and Mrs. Wesley A. Brown William R. Brown and Jean Pryor Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Buchholz Ms. Lois Burke Mr. John E. Burt Ms. Linda Bushman Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Butz Lee Byrd Bill and Jo Calhoun Dr. Ned and Susan Calonge Lois M. Calvert Rusty and Ellen Campos Mr. and Mrs. Ren Cannon Ms. Caroline Capoot Ms. Barbara Carpenter Mr. Robert Castle Ms. Nicolette Cavallaro
Mr. and Mrs. Tod Cavey Consul General and Mrs. Andres Chao Ms. Marilyn Chappell Cass Chatfield Dr. David Claassen and Mrs. Delores Claassen Mr. Brooks Clouser and Ms. Shirley Hamilton Charles and Eleanor Coffey Dr. and Mrs. S. Phillip Cohen Mr. and Mrs. Tim Collins Kerry and Walter Cole Mr. R. K. Comann Mr. John Congdon Ms. Erin Conlon Bob and Willow Connery Rabbi and Mrs. Julian I. Cook Mr. Bud Cookson Benjamin and Ann Cooper Dr. John A. and Ms. Jane H. Coppola Ms. Patricia J. Cordova Mr. and Mrs. Armand M. Coren Kerry and Walter Cole Mr. George N. Cowen, Jr. Mr. Jeff Cowman Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Craig James and Kathleen Crapo Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Creighton Dan and Peggy Cronin Margaret H. Cunningham Mr. Barry Curtiss-Lusher Ms. Mary Cushing Philip Dattilo and Barbara Melendez Ms. Gail Davies Ronald L. Deal Michael and Sheryl DeGenring Mr. and Mrs. Michael DeGroat Mr. and Mrs. John D. De Leon Michael Demers Dr. T M. Derloshon, DDS. Ms. Dorothy Dever Rus and Dale Dewitt Bob and Linda Dey Mr. and Mrs. Ajith Dharmawardhana Mr. Mark Dillingham Mr. and Mrs. Ed Diner Ms. Bunny C. Dines Ms. Joan G. Disborough Mr. and Mrs. John R. Donnell Mr. and Mrs. Denis E. Donnelly Ross Double Bass Peter and Marian Downs Dr. Paul and Paulette Dragul Dr. Cornelia Drees Mr. and Mrs. James Dreisbach Ms. Dorothy Dringman Ms. Marina Dubrova Ms. Virginia Dudden Mr. Garrettson Dulin, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Louis J. Duman Mr. and Mrs. Phillippe Dunoyer Roger and Carol Dutton Dr. and Mrs. Michael P. Earnest Ms. Janice G. Eckhardt Mr. Stephen A. Edmonds Mr. and Mrs. William Eichelberger Dan and Lucy Ellerhorst Ms. Lynette Emery M. Stephen and Sydney M. Enders Dr. and Mrs. Tibor Engel Bede and Burt Epstein Mrs. Mika Farer Lois Feinstein Ms. Elizabeth J. Feitner Joanne Ferguson Vince and Dorothy Fesmire
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fieman Mr. Ronald Figel Dr. and Mrs. M.V. Filippone Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Fisch Ms. Gail Fisher Mr. Dan Fishman Mr. and Mrs. James W. Fleet Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Flynn Nancy Follett Mr. David Foonberg Mr. Graeme Forbes Mr. Richard Foster John and Lorna Fox Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Z. Fox Ms. Elizabeth Frank Ms. Kirsten D. Franz Carol Friend Deborah S. Froeb Virginia E. and Robert K. Fuller Deborah B. Gaensbauer Dr. and Mrs. Richard V. Gander Dr. and Mrs. Arthur D. Garfein Lester and Joan Garrison Mike Gaughan and Jeff Julin Caleb and Sidney Gates Mr. and Mrs. Barry Gatz Ms. Ginny Gelbach Mr. Ken Geoffrion Ms. Kathleen Gill Mr. and Mrs. W. Bruce Gillis, Jr. Dr. Gerry and Karen Glancy Mr. and Mrs. Joel Goldberg Mr. and Mrs. David Golden Lee and Dr. Burton Golub Ms. Mona Goodwin Miyuki Mabel Googins Dr. and Mrs. Stephen A. Gorden Ms. Denise Grady Mr. and Mrs. James B. Grange Ms. Melanie Grant Mr. Daniel Graumiller Mr. and Mrs. Harmon S. Graves Dr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Greenholz Nancy and Russ Gregory Mr. and Mrs. William Griffith Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Griffiths Martha and Jim Groebe Catherine Caton Groene Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Groshek Mr. Robert Guerra Mr. and Mrs. Russell W. Haas Mr. and Mrs. Ira Haber Arthur E. Hall, Jr. Mr. James Hall Mr. and Mrs. John Hall Ms. Grace M. Halmi Chris Hamilton Ms. Mary Hamilton Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hancock Ms. Ellen Hanes Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hanna Ms. Cheri Harlan Ms. Darlene K. Harmon Col. Lee Harrell (USAF, ret.) and Madeline Homler Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Harris Ms. Marilyn Harris Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Harvey Mr. Larry Harvey Rev. and Mrs. Stuart C. Haskins Charles and Luanne Hazelrigg Mr. and Mrs. George Hearne Dr. and Ms. Arnold Heller John and Louise Hellyer Mr. Hal Hendershot James Henderson and Ray O'Loughlin Ms. Elizabeth W. Hepp Keith Herman Cathey A. Herren Ann Herron Mr. and Mrs. Melvin L. Hess
Mr. Douglas Hesse and Ms. Becky Bradway Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Hewetson Sarah C. Hite Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ho Ms. Mary L. Hobson Richard and Kay Hoch Mike and Vicki Hoffman Sgt. Raymond L. Hoffman Ms. Sarah J. Hom Ms. Mary J. Hopkins Bob Horecky Rev. and Mrs. G.L. Horle Mr. Irwin Horwitz Mr. and Mrs. John Hourigan Ken and Sue Hovland Mr. Mark T. Hughes Mr. Charles Hugo Chuck Husted Mr. Paul W. Husted Yumi Hwang-Williams Mr. and Mrs. Arnold S. Idelberg Prof. and Mrs. Philip Isely Mr. Phillip Ives Mr. Ben Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Bradley James Jennifer Janezic Ms. Michelle Jaskunas Paul and Sandy Jeffery Ms. Louise Jenkins William C. Jensen Mr. and Mrs. Andrew M. Johanos Ms. Darlene Johnson Mr. Eric E. Johnson Margie Lee Johnson Ms. Maxine Johnson Mr. Roger L. Johnson Dr. and Mrs. Everette Jones Stanley C. and Barbara Jones Ms. Karen Joshi Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Judd Bill Juraschek Donald and Susan Kany Ms. Miriam Kapner Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Kapp Ms. Phyllis E. Kauffman Mr. Robert Keatinge Mrs. Nancy N. Kerr Mr. and Mrs. Kevin J. Kershaw Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Kiken Charlotte Kilpatrick Dr. Elizabeth A. Kincannon Dr. E. Glenn Kindle John C. Kinnamon Mrs. Margie A. Kinslow Eileen and Walter Kintsch Mr. and Mrs. John Kinzie Mr. Taylor Kirkpatrick Mr. and Mrs. Stanley W. Kleinsteiber Mr. William C. Klingensmith Kathy and Rob Klugman Stephen and Nancy Kneipple Mr. David Knowles Ann and Paul Koenig Ms. Kitty Kolody and Mr. Robert Pew Elmer and Doris Koneman Mr. Joseph Kopchik Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Koski Ms. Robin Kovachy Mr. Dennis G. Kruger Mr. Jack Kullman Mr. Dan LaChance Tom and Susan Larkin Mr. John L. Larson, Jr. Charlotte and Maurice Larue Keith P. Lautenbach Richard S. Leaman Dr. Hanna Lee Gloria and William Leeper James and Dolores B. Legas
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Noel LeJeune and Ms. Lynn Callaway Ms. Myron J. Levin and Adriana Weinberg Sidney and Renae Levin Dr. and Mrs. Edward Lewin Mr. John Ley Theodore Lichtmann Ms. Laura Lindley Julianne Lindo David and Peggy Lindstrom Ms. Marie C. Lindvall Nancy Livingston Mr. Randall Livingston George and Roberta Lohr Dr. and Mrs. Ron Long Patty Lorie-Kupetz Mr. Randy Loveland Mr. and Mrs. William C. Loyd Fred and Bonnie Luhman Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lynch Ms. Donna R. Lynch Mr. and Mrs. Gordon R. MacRae Dr. and Mrs. D. Patrick Maher Janika and Paul Mahon Ms. Constance L. Malone Mr. M.H. Manov and Ms. Kay Saltus Mr. and Mrs. James Manuel Mr. and Mrs. Paul Marcus Mr. Jackie L. Markey Jean L. Marshall Mr. and Mrs. Gerard Martins Mr. James L. Marvin Dorothy and Dallas Mauk Mrs. Oralie D. McAfee Ms. Yolanda H. McAllister Mr. Mike McCaskey Janice K. McClary
Myron McClellan and Lawrence Phillips Mr. and Mrs. Robert McClelland Mr. Michael McCloskey Dr. Jerrald McCollum Sandra and Dick McCray Ms. Sarah A. McDowell Mr. and Mrs. Shaun McMullin Ms. Kate McRae Mr. Gary Meggison Bert and Rosemary Melcher Mrs. Ethel and Mr. Lee Mendel, and Mrs. Barbara Mendel Ms. Phyllis J. Mensing Ms. Pamela Merrill Virginia Messick Mr. and Mrs. Charles Metzger Dr. and Mrs. Gerald Mierau Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. Milliman Mrs. Elaine Millman Ms. Ronnie Mitzner Mrs. Beverly J. Moberly Robert and Catherine Monks Cheryl L. Moody Mr. and Mrs. John T. Moren Nora Morgenstern J. Gregory Morrell Mr. and Mrs. John Morris Corinne Morse and David Beeman Ms. Charlene Morton James and Karin Mote Mr. Herman and Mrs. Patricia Motz Mr. Charles Mueldener Mr. Chris Mueller Sharon and Kurt Muenchow Ms. Laurel A. Mullison Kenneth and Gloria Mundell A. Paul Munsch
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Mr. and Mrs. Todd D. Munson William and Rosemarie Murane Bobbee Musgrave and Larry Theis Mr. and Mrs. James W. Mytton Dr. and Mrs. Vernon Naake Mr. and Mrs. Ron Nadel Mr. Robert Nauman and Ms. Liz Goodman Katherine Nazzaro Mr. and Mrs. Peter C. Neidecker Ms. Mary Neidig Ms. Margaret C. Neville Ms. Judy Newnan Mr. Paul Nicholas Mr. and Mrs. Carl J. Nicoulin Richard L. Nielsen Ms. Dana Niemela Richard Nirk Mr. Schubert M. Ogden Jim and Dee Ohi Dick and Kay Olde Mr. Scott O'Neil Bonnie M. Orkow, PhD. Mr. and Mrs. Robert O'Sullivan Mr. Steven Otsuki Mary and Art Otten Ms. Gina Padilla Mr. Darius Panahpour Susan S. Parkhurst Mr. and Mrs. Ken Parrott Mr. Collin Parson Ginny Passoth Mr. Alvin Pastrana Mr. and Mrs. Neil Peck Ms. Marian Pennington Ms. Denise Perreault Tom Persing Ms. Marie M. Pfister Mr. John R. Phillips Mr. and Mrs. George C. Pickering Ms. Mary R. Platt Ms. Sally G. Plummer Mr. Daniel Poth Ms. Barbara Powell Mr. and Mrs. H.W. Praetorius Mrs. Eileen Price Ms. Bonnie C. Pritchett Mr. and Mrs. G.W. Quinby Will and Debra Quinby Ms. Maryjane Raabe Mr. and Mrs. Ted E. Rains Dick Ramsey Richard M. Randall Dr. and Mrs. Ralph G. Ratcliff Ms. Bette D. Rathe Ms. Joan Ratz Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Raun Mr. and Mrs. Omer B. Raup Melinda H. Reed Mr. and Mrs. David Reinecke Robert B. Renfro Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rhodes Maxine and Ed Richard Dr. Susan B. Rifkin Hannelore Rimlinger Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Roberts Ms. Jean Roche Ms. Misty Roll Mr. Tim Romani Anthony C. and Patricia J. Romeo Velma Rose Bernard and Beverly Rosen Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ross Ms. Mary Ann Ross Ms. Molly O. Ross Ms. Jennifer Rowe Paul D. Rubner and Vicki Jensen Ms. Julie Rubsam Ms. Clarice Ruckhaus
Mr. Stanley Rudeen Mr. and Mrs. Sergey Rudenko Mrs. and Mr. Flora Russel Ms. Carol L. Rust Judy and Ron Ruth Mr. Erik E. Sabina Stanley and Karen Saliman Ms. Debra Sanders Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Sandt Marjorie and Bob Schaffner Mr. John A. Schiff Ms. Astrid Schmidbauer Mr. Gary Schneider Wagner Schorr Ms. Cathy Schwartz Ms. Shirley A. Scott Mr. and Mrs. Clee Sealing Mr. Ken Seaverns Mr. and Mrs. Karl O. Seller Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shaklee Mr. and Mrs. John Shaw Charles and Shirley Anne Sheets Ms. Andrea Shpall Mr. Neil Shropshire Frances Siciliano Larry Siegel Mr. and Mrs. Catherine Skokan Kathleen A. Sloan Mr. W J. Smilanic Mr. and Mrs. Tim Smile Dennis S. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Jack L. Smith Ms. Mary Elizabeth Smith Dr. Clarence H. Snelling, Jr. and Dr. Shirley Snelling Mr. and Mrs. Ellis J. Sobol Mrs. Doris A. Southworth Mrs. Susan Spangler Ms. Eva Spitz Ms. Sabra Spradling Mr. Michael Staenberg Mr. and Mrs. Calvin L. Stegink Mr. Thomas R. Stephens and Mr. Todd H. Enders Mr. James Stephenson Mr. and Mrs. James D. Stewardson Dr. and Mrs. Richard L. Stieg Mrs. Donna Stiles Mr. Michael J. Stobie Mr. Herbert Stoeger Julie and John Strain Arthur and Stephanie Strasburger Mrs. Elaine B. Strauch Mr. Steven Strauss and Ms. Olga Boltalina Helena and Allan Striker Francis Sullivan Ms. Margaret J. Sundstrom Ms. Decker Swann and Mr. Charles Niemczura Mr. and Mrs. William E. Sweet, III. Ms. Cle C. Symons Vincent and Gay Tagliavore Mr. Howard Tanner Ms. Betty Taylor Mr. James Taylor Mr. Larry Taylor Walt and Sally Tejan Mr. Tom Teske Ms. Linda Thompson Nan Timbel Drs. Phillip and Elaine Tompkins Ms. Elinor Towler W. and Brynda Turner Ms. Patricia Untiedt Dr. Charles Vail Mr. and Mrs. Roberto J. Valdez Ms. Phyllis Vandehaar Mr. and Mrs. Merle Van Denbos
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Dr. and Mrs. Gary D. Vander Ark Ms. Jeanne VanVoorhis Mr. John Vincent-Morrison Harry and Terri Vogler Mr. Herbert J. Vollmer Dr. and Mrs. Bolko and Sue Von Roedern Mr. and Mrs. James M. Voorhees Maryann Wadas Laurence Wagley Sam Wagonfeld and Sally Allen Mr. and Mrs. Winston G. Walker John R. and Kristine E. Wallack Wilson Wampler Ms. Grace Wanner Mr. Douglas Ward Mr. George G. Ward Mr. Jay H. Wardell Ms. Polly Warner Carley J. Warren Ms. Hanna Warren Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Watford Walter and Susanna Weart Ms. Ruth Weinberg Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Wham Mr. David W. Wheeler Ms. Marilyn Wheeler Sidney J. and Shirley B. White Mr. Timothy White Mr. Flint Whitlock and Dr. Mary Ann Watson Ms. Norma Wick Mr. Daniel C. Williams Ms. Janet Williams Michael Williams Dr. and Mrs. Roger A. Williams Mr. Stewart Williams Ms. Marion Wilson Dr. Stephen Winber and Mrs. Phyllis Goodman Mr. Daniel T. Winston Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L. Wittow Mrs. Estelle R. Wolf Terry Wolf Dr. and Ms. Brian W. Wood Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wood Mr. and Mrs. Lester R. Woodward Mr. and Mrs. John D. Wright Mr. and Mrs. Steve Wynkoop Mrs. Karen Yablonski-Toll Dr. and Mrs. M. Robert Yakely Mr. and Mrs. Jack Zelinger Ms. Willma I. Zellitti R.A. Zimmerman Mr. and Mrs. Vladimir M. Zolotoochin 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 unending gratitude. The Bill Gossard Music Director Chair The Charles S. Sterne Conductor’s Podium The Dave and Pam Duke Families Guest Artist & Guest Conductor Fund The Mary Rossick Kern and Jerome H. Kern Concertmaster Chair
The Principal Percussion Chair, Endowed by a Friend of the Colorado Symphony THE HORACE TUREMAN SOCIETY 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 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. Richard and Susan Abernethy Mr. and Mrs. David M. Budd Mr. Jim Caputo Mr. Gene Child Ms. Anne Culver Ms. Janice G. Eckhardt Jennifer Guess Donna E. Hamilton Johannes Heim Cathey A. Herren Janice E. Hesser Senta G. Holtzmann Mr. and Mrs. Gopal Iyengar Ms. Gloria E. Johnston Sandy and Evan Lasky Deanna Rose Leino Virginia and Frank Leitz Ms. Ann C. Levy John and Merry Low Evi and Evan Makovsky Mrs. Sue McFarlane Steve G. Morton Mr. Thomas Murray Mr. and Mrs. Ron Neel Judith Nichols William Oliver Gordon R. and Pam Parker Barbara J. Powell James Robert Pratt Dr. and Mrs. W. Gerald Rainer Mr. Neil F. Roberts Audrey D. and Harvey D. Rothenberg Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Runice Suzanne Ryan Richard and JoAnne Sanders Ms. Floy L. Senior James and Jenene Stookesberry Mr. Richard Thackrey James D. and Judy Vaughn John R. and Kristine E. Wallack Phyllis J. Young IN MEMORIAM GIFTS The following gifts were made to the Colorado Symphony in memory of a family member, friend or supporter of the orchestra. These tributes hold an honored place with the Colorado Symphony, and we are pleased to recognize them. This listing represents gifts given between and July 1, 2011 and November 30, 2012. In memory of Merrill Adams given by: Ms. Pamela Lewis Frank Y. Parce
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In memory of Charles Ansbacher given by: Hunt Alternatives Fund In memory of Joanne Bergeon given by: Mrs. Earline Fogerty Mr. Fred R. Hobbs In memory of Dr. Wes Bloomster given by: Mrs. Ann C. Levy William and Rosemarie Murane In memory of Erna Butler given by: Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. H D. Landsdowne Ann C. Levy Trust Ms. Marie de Lucia John and Merry Low Judi and Robert Newman Ms. Nell J. Newton Dr. and Mrs. W. Gerald Rainer Ms. Ann H. Sims Phoebe Anne Smedley Mrs. Jean Watt In memory of Eleanor “Ellie” Ross Campbell given by: Ms. Marilyn Johnston Mr. George Peak Frank and Montjoy Kugeler In memory of Faye Carey given by: Ms. Theresa M. Bailey Ms. Maryanne Brush The Wednesday Music Party In memory of Mr. and Mrs. John Caton given by: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Perkaus In memory of Mrs. Lucille Center given by: Ms. Willa Brunkhorst Mr. Gustavus Center Ms. Ruth Moss Mrs. Frances B. Smith In memory of Blair Chotzinoff and Robert Schulein given by: Nancy Schulein In memory of Charles and Vera Cox given by: Ms. Martha E. Cox In memory of George Cox given by: Ms. Nikki Ferguson In memory of George DeCurnou given by: Friends in Healthcare Policy and Financing Ms. Natalie Bishopp Mr. Gregory Henika Ms. Lisa Maddux Mr. and Mrs. Trevor Manley In memory of Fern Devlin given by: Mr. and Mrs. Ron Neel In memory of Mr. Leo Eisel given by: Betty and Maurice Serotta Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice In memory of Robert and Gertrude Fletcher given by: Mr. Jonathan Fletcher In memory of David Freedman given by: Ms. Rebecca Freedman In memory of Joyce Freeman given by: Freeman Family Foundation Ms. JoAnne Friedman
In memory of Grace Freye given by: Mr. and Mrs. David M. Budd Callae B. Gilman Elise Marie Lippott Ms. Kay E. Mee Ms. Mary L. Munsell Ms. Geraldine Pergola Mrs. Doris A. Southworth In memory of Callae B. Gilman given by: Ms. Elizabeth Seibert The Gilman Family Foundation In memory of Pam Gordon given by: Jo Anne Meinert In memory of Bill and Carol Gossard given by: Mr. and Mrs. Steve Wynkoop In memory of Daniel Gossert given by: Ms. Margot Thompson In memory of Manuel “Manny” Greenberg given by: Mrs. Ellie Greenberg and Family In memory of Richard Hackstaff, Sr. given by: Ms. Nancy Bakewell Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bell Ms. Jay Breen Bob and Elizabeth Cifor Mrs. Carolyn B. Hackstaff Mr. and Mrs. Dale G. Hackstaff Mrs. Margot G. Hackstaff Mr. Stanley Hays Mr. and Mrs. Hal Jacobson Walter and Jean Koelbel Mr. John L. Larson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Canton O'Donnell Ms. Nancy J. Patton Mr. and Mrs. Peter G. Psyllas Lee and Alice Shannon Mr. and Mrs. John L. Talbott In memory of Robert C. Hawley given by: Harry and Terri Vogler Ms. Margaret S. White In memory of Don Hoagland given by: Mrs. Ellie Greenberg In memory of Al Hoffman given by: Mrs. Helene Hoffman In memory of Vesta “Dott” Hutchison given by: Ms. Sherri Colgan Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Grigg Steven and Joan Laubhan Mr. George Peak Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Whitney Ms. Phyllis Wrenick In memory of Elaine Lenicheck given by: The Wednesday Music Party In memory of Lucile B. Leopold given by: Mr. John Berman Mr. Michael DiManna Esq. Dispute Resolution Systems, LLC. Elizabeth Divito Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hannen Wade Ash Woods Hill & Farley, P.C. Hon. and Mrs. Michael J. Watanabe Ms. Norma Wick In memory of Vincent Lotito given by: Ms. Nicole J. Stegink
In memory of James MacDonald given by: Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Collins Ms. Louise Jenkins Ms. Elizabeth Seibert Phoebe Anne Smedley Mr. and Mrs. John L. Talbott Ms. Grace Wanner In memory of Margaret MacFarland given by: Mary Everitt In memory of Betsy Marinelli given by: Ms. Julie Akin Ms. Shirley Bartlett Ms. Laura Baas Ms. Linda Henderson Ms. Patricia Jones Ms. Veronica Lostak Kathy Moore Ms. and Mr. Doreen G. Stack In memory of Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Millar given by: Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Millar, Jr. In memory of Mrs. Tracy Mosonthal Smith given by: Mr. Clyde Eaton Smith In memory of Mr. Galen Nelson given by: Mary and Mark Murphy In memory of Sheila Parce given by: Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Miller In memory of Andrew Pierce given by: Mrs. Claire E. Benson Mr. Brooks Clouser and Ms. Shirley Hamilton Ms. Allan Lambrecht
Mrs. Cynthia K. Langan Dennis and Helen Matthews Mr. and Mrs. Bowman McLean Gene and Dee Milstein Ms. Sally W. Ochsner Frank and Sheila Parce In memory of Max Price given by: Mrs. Eileen Price In memory of Marjorie K. Radow given by: Mr. Richard Radow In memory of Nellie Sonnenberg given by: Ms. Irene Atwood Ms. Beverly Ball Ms. Sherri Colgan Patty Crew Lorianne Earley Nancy and Russ Gregory Patricia Gregory Mr. David J. Hayes Mr. Glenn Johnson Beth Kisling Ms. Patty Konopka Robert McSherry Jim Oser Mr. George Peak Ms. Elfie Rosin Ms. Eloise Saving Ms. Della Spale Ulysses Stokes Ms. Helen Tuttle Ms. Janet Weisheit Mr. Robert Weltman Mr. Troy Willis Mr. Jerry Winter and Ms. Lois Keener
In memory of Everett Sprague given by: Mr. and Mrs. Ron Neel In memory of Helen Staley given by: Mr. and Mrs. Stu Adelman Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth Health W.M. Murray In memory of Sallie Taylor given by: Mr. James W. Taylor In memory of Lee and Margaret Tipton given by: Julie Tipton In memory of Delphine and Henry Tramutt given by: Mr. and Mrs. Samuel D. Feldman Mr. and Mrs. James Manuel In memory of Delphine Mary Diegel Tramutt given by: Ms. Beatrice J. Bourgeois Mr. Louis Hector In memory of Barbara C. Welles given by: Mr. and Mrs. Bruce D. Alexander Jack and Sally Alexander Mr. and Mrs. Ole C. Bredrup Mr. and Mrs. Mackintosh Brown Mrs. Sheila M. Cleworth Ms. Constance P. Cole Peter and Rhondda Grant Mrs. Ellie Greenberg L. Richard and Sigrid Halvorson Freese Helen K. & Arthur E. Johnson Foundation
Sarah C. Hite Ms. Gail McIntire Ms. and Mr. Ann Sears In memory of Robert Wick given by: Mrs. Joan Aldretti Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cerveny Arlene and Carl Chenoweth Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ginther Mr. and Mrs. John K. Hughes Mr. and Mrs. Philip C. Maenpa Mr. and Mrs. Ron Myatt Ms. Lorraine Petersen Dr. Robert Phelps Ms. Pamela Swanson Ms. Peggy Swanson In memory of Charlene Wippler given by: Ms. Janet Winkelbauer In memory of Sandra Wittow given by: Dr. and Mrs. Ronald H. Resnick In memory of John T. Wright given by: Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Ric Eisele Dr. and Mrs. Bruce C. Paton The Trust for Public Land Ms. and Mr. Christine Woodman In memory of Jack (John) Wyatt: Frank Y. Parce In memory of Josephine Zoglo given by: Anonymous
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IN HONOR GIFTS The following gifts were made to the Colorado Symphony to honor a family member, friend or special occasion. These tributes hold an honored place with the Colorado Symphony, and we are pleased to recognize them. This listing represents gifts given between July 1, 2011 and November 30, 2012. In honor of Pat Barker, Charles Berberich, Jack Finlaw, Bill and Margaret Johnson, John Lake, Greg Movesian, Marilyn Munsterman, Greg Robbing, and Harold Winters, given by: Ms. Bonnie C. Pritchett In honor of Fran and Ken Berry given by: Ms. Mattye Pollard-Cole In honor of George and Connie Boyle, Doug and Carol Boyle, and Tim and Tilda Boyle given by: Mary A. Boyle In honor of Courtney H. Bress given by: Mr. Doug Hershey and Ms. Bronwyn Bateman In honor of the family of Erna Butler given by: Ms. Valerie G. Brown In honor of the CSO Chorus given by: Mr. and Mrs. Mike A. Kraft Ms. Dolores Odell Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sladovnik Dr. Bolko and Mrs. Sue von Roedern In honor of Edith M. Collins given by: St. Laurence Episcopal Church In honor of Judy M. Figge given by: Jim and Julie Copenhaver In honor of Donna Gerich given by: Grace E. Johnston In honor of the marriage of Andrea Girardin and Gene Sobczak given by: Ms. Sarah Alt Mr. and Mrs. Mark Arnold Mr. and Mrs. Edwin H. Bentzen Dr. Russell Bloom Mr. Stephen Bloom Dr. and Mrs. Roger Bowles Mr. David Brussel Dr. and Mrs. David Campbell
Marilyn Chappel Ms. Susan G. Connelly Jim and Julie Copenhaver Ms. Clare M. Henkel Mr. Thomas Hanulik Mr. Orrin Snyder and Ms. Karen Gerrity Richard Replin and Elissa Stein Mr. Robert L. Steiger Ms. Marie B. Wheatley In honor of Mrs. Maryanne Harry’s Birthday given by: Ms. Jeanne Maher In honor of Philip C. Heister given by: Mr. Eli Reshotko and Mrs. Adina Reshotko In honor of Melissa Holst given by: Mr. Bart Hegarty In honor of Steve and Elizabeth Holtze's 65th Birthdays given by: Mr. and Mrs. Bud Hyman In honor of Emily Joy given by: Mr. W J. Smilanic In honor of Jerry Kern's Birthday given by: Sandy and Evan Lasky Ms. Julie Rubsam In honor of Mary and Jerry Kern, whose leadership continues to inspire, given by: Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wolf Ms. Linda Dee In honor of Deanna Leino given by: Frank Y. Parce In honor of John Low given by: The First Plymouth Foundation In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald B. Merriam given by: Mrs. Donna Stiles In honor of Dolores Odell given by: Ms. Jeanne Kearns Ms. Karen Utley In honor of Frank Parce given by: David M. Parce In honor of Cathy Peterson given by: Michael Williams In honor of Mrs. Lois and Dr. Gerald Rainer given by: Mr. Stephen A. Edmonds In honor of Julie Rubsam given by: Anonymous In honor of Nicole Stegink given by: Mr. David DiGiacomo Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Jaggers Ms. Kelly Novotny
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In honor of Susan Sugarman's Birthday given by: Maxine and Ed Richard In honor of Don Swisher given by: Nancy Battan In honor of Dr. and Mrs. Isaac Teitelbaum given by: Ms. Jody Crane In honor of Lee and Margaret Tipton given by: Tiption Family Foundation In honor of Duain Wolfe given by: Nancy and Paul Levitt In honor of Alice Zwanzig given by: Peter and Lucille Zwanzig MATCHING DONATIONS Thank you to those companies who match current and retired employee contributions to the Colorado Symphony 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. To contact the Colorado Symphony’s Development Department directly, please contact (303) 308-2476. WOMEN OF NOTE The following are members of the Colorado Symphony’s support group Women of Note (WON). WON members receive exclusive benefits and event invitations throughout the season. The Colorado Symphony is grateful for the support of these dedicated individuals.
*Erna Butler Barbara Calkins Char Campbell Carolyn Cho Sylvia Cohen Noel Congdon Donna Connolly Jane Costain Jan Marie Crawford Jill Crow Sandy Elliot Barbara Ferguson Kathie Finger Mary Lou Flater Karen Freyer Monica Glickman Jennifer Heglin Margaret Hoeppner *Eileen Honnen Donna Kornfeld Monty Kugeler *Sandy Lasky Ginny Leitz Ann C. Levy Carla Littlefield Jeri Loser Merry Low Kathy McConahey Janet Mordecai Pat Moritz Nancy Petry Ursula Powell Margaret Roath *Mary Rossick Kern Suzanne Ryan Alice Silver Phoebe Smedley Laura Strom Marion Thurnauer Lorie Young *Founding Member
Nancy Accetta *Marin Alsop Anita Becky *Paula Bernstein *Terry Biddinger Susan Bowles
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