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SOUNDINGS 2012/13 THE 2013/14 SEASON

An Engaging Conversation Andrew Litton brings a lifetime of experience, insight and knowledge of classical music, from the greatest works by the canonical composers to the most brilliant soloists on the circuit. This September, he enters his second season as curator of Masterworks, an eclectic series with something for every taste. Page 10






3. Do You Hear the People Sing, September 14, 2013 4. Brian Stokes Mitchell, vocals, December 6, 2013 5. Joshua Bell, violin, May 11, 2014 6. Duain Wolfe, chorus director 7. Natasha Paremski, piano, October 18-20, 2013 8. Branford Marsalis, saxophone, September 20-22, 2013 9. Susan Cahill, bass 10. Kelly Shanafelt, viola 11. Basil Vendryes, principal viola 12. Jack Hanna, May 25, 2014 13. Colorado Symphony Kids 14. Scott O’Neil, resident conductor 15. Margaret Hoeppner, cello 16. Chris Botti, trumpet, April 4, 2014 17. A Symphonic Tribute to Comic Con, November 16, 2013




The concert program follows page 14.

1. Andrew Litton, Artistic Advisor 2. Itzhak Perlman, violin, January 9, 2014


WELCOME... Thank you for joining us for this performance of your Colorado Symphony. Throughout the season, critics and audiences have received performances with great enthusiasm, and there is still much more to come. Enjoy a spectacular host of concerts during the upcoming summer season, with the Colorado Symphony at Red Rocks Amphitheatre for multiple performances with exciting musical forces like Josh Groban, Rodrigo y Gabriela, DeVotchKa and others. Our On Location series takes the orchestra to Arvada, Lone Tree, Salida and the Clyfford Still Museum. A special concert featuring former Colorado Symphony Principal Pops Conductor Doc Severinsen has been added for Saturday, June 8 here at Boettcher Concert Hall. The 2013/14 season is on sale now and with dynamic programming, a stellar guest line-up and six appearances by Artistic Advisor Andrew Litton, you’ll want to reserve your seats early. There has never been a better time to be a subscriber to the Symphony! The program you are about to experience is only made possible by the support received from our community. Ticket sales cover just one-half of the Symphony’s expenses, making contributions crucial to the ongoing success of our orchestra. We’ve come a long way, and your support is essential in order to sustain and advance the orchestra’s world-class artistry for the future. It takes all of us working together to continue building a solid foundation for the orchestra, and to ensure that our Colorado Symphony remains a vital and healthy cultural institution for generations to come. Mary Rossick Kern Board Co-Chair


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POPS The First Ladies of Jazz Performed by Mary Louise Lee April 20 MASTERWORKS Masters of the Americas April 26-28 INSIDE THE SCORE An Evening with Béla Fleck May 3 MASTERWORKS Mendelssohn’s Elijah May 10-12 POPS The U.S. Army Chorus May 18 FAMILY Side-by-Side with DYAO May 19 MASTERWORKS The Rite of Spring May 24-26 INSIDE THE SCORE Making of an American Symphony May 31 POPS Warner Bros. Presents Bugs Bunny at the Symphony June 2 POPS Doc Severinsen – Solid Gold June 8









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

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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

CELLO Silver Ainomäe Principal Matthew Switzer Assistant Principal Judith McIntyre Fixed 3rd Chair George Banks Susan Rockey Bowles Thomas Heinrich Margaret Hoeppner David Mullikin


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* Colorado Symphony Musician Trustee EX-OFFICIO TRUSTEES Terry Biddinger, Women of Note Michael McMahon, 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

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THE 2013/14 SEASON

An Engaging Conversation As Artistic Advisor to the Colorado Symphony, Andrew Litton brings a lifetime of experience, insight and knowledge of classical music, from the greatest works by the canonical composers to the most brilliant soloists on the circuit. This September, he enters his second season as curator of Masterworks, an eclectic series with something for every taste. In this conversation with Anthony Pierce, Colorado Symphony Vice President of Artistic Administration, Litton discusses some highlights of the 2013/14 Masterworks season, which encompasses 16 concerts. For complete concert listings, as well as a recording and transcript of the conversation, please visit

Anthony Pierce: We begin the series with Shostakovich 10 on Opening Weekend, September 20-22. Shostakovich is someone you’re passionate about. You really wanted to curate that with the orchestra. Tell us about that. Andrew Litton: Shostakovich was the greatest symphonist of the 20th Century and this, arguably his greatest symphony, is a masterpiece, an incredibly powerful work. It was completed after the death of Stalin, who was a notorious enemy of the composer. Shostakovich lived in fear of his life under Stalin’s regime. The second movement is probably one of the greatest depictions of hatred I’ve ever heard; whether it’s actually about Stalin, we don’t know. We don’t know much about Shostakovich’s true intentions behind his music because he kept it very much to himself, even his friends weren’t really sure. His music is laced with inner meaning. His symphonies represent a sort of CNN Headline News summary of 20th Century Soviet life and are as good a depiction of what it was like living there in those times as we could possibly have, musically speaking. I’m very excited to work with Branford Marsalis on this program, who is an old, old friend. At the beginning of both 10 SOUNDINGS 2012/13 | COLORADOSYMPHONY.ORG

Andrew Litton and Anthony Pierce discuss the 2013/14 Masteworks season, which includes love, loss, life, death and cowbells.

of our careers, we made a record together, it was my very first one. He’s a splendid player and a wonderful guy. He’s playing one of the great works for saxophone from 100 years ago, the Glazunov saxophone concerto. I’m starting with Borodin’s Overture to Prince Igor not only because it’s beautiful and popular and romantic and passionate, but because Glazunov actually orchestrated it, so there’s a connection. And then we’re continuing with John Williams’ fantastic soundtrack to the Spielberg movie Catch Me if You Can, which has a tremendous saxophone solo. So it’s a wonderful juxtaposition of two extremes for saxophone - sax at its jazziest and sax at its most classical.

AP: Andrew Litton in Concert, November 22-24, is part of our collaboration with the Denver Art Museum’s Passport to Paris exhibition. It’s all Ravel — the complete Daphnis and Chloé . AL: I love big, big pieces, because they give all of us a chance to really explore large forms. The challenge with big works is that there’s always an overall arch, so there’s actually a shape to it. It’s some of the most passionate and erotic music ever written about the two lovers

writing and incredibly pastoral in nature. Yet Ravel said, “This 34-bar melody nearly killed me.” So you have no idea of the birth pains involved sometimes in music that sounds like it just popped out.

AP: Tell me about Watkins Plays Elgar, March 14-16. AL: Paul Watkins is one of the most gifted cellists I’ve ever worked with. He’s a lovely chap who got a job playing principal cello with the BBC Symphony when he was almost pre-natal. So he's one of those prodigiously talented people who pepper our profession. He’s grown into really a wonderful artist so it will be a great pleasure to welcome him here to Colorado. We’re ending the program with Prokofiev’s Fourth Symphony. If our audience knows Romeo & Juliet by Prokofiev it’s very much in that vein. It’s extremely challenging — very virtuosic writing, lots of fun, last movement’s a big romp. This will be a Colorado Symphony premiere, and a fantastic piece to introduce to the audience. AP: Vadim Gluzman was last here with the Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto and now he’s playing Korngold, on the Litton Conducts Mahler program, May 2-4. AL: He’s one of the most gifted violin soloists on the circuit now. He’s astonishing technically, and he plays in a real Old World Russian sort of way. I got to know him when he was just a student in Dallas, so it’s been a fantastic journey for me to now be working with him as a full-fledged professional, having a massive career. We’ve recorded two discs together, including the Bruch Violin


Daphnis and Chloé. It deals with all sorts of mythology as the story would indicate. It’s a stunning piece full of colors and descriptive writing. This is music that was written to have a visual element but that doesn’t need the visual element to succeed. Another piece like that is Rite of Spring, which we’re ending the current season with. The day Stravinsky bought his sketchbook for Rite of Spring he was with Ravel, having lunch, and Ravel had just finished Daphnis and Chloé. That was in 1911. These composers who we now idolize and worship and respect from beyond because they’re no longer with us: They were just humans out having lunch and talking probably about silly things, too. It’s fun to think about. This Masterworks program actually represents three of Ravel’s greatest works. The Rapsodie espagnole is an incredibly colorful piece. Ravel was a Basque, from that nebulous border between Spain and France, so he was fascinated with Spain. [The piece is] full of the kind of impressionistic, exotic charms and sense and fragrances that you would expect to have from somebody writing in this period. The outer movement is pure jazz. At this point, Ravel was friends with George Gershwin. There’s definitely a symbiotic relationship there. George, in fact, asked Ravel if he could study with him, and Ravel said, “Why be a second-rate Ravel when you’re already a first-rate Gershwin?” The idea of incorporating jazz into his music was definitely influenced by George, when he saw how well it worked, and the slow movement [of the piano concerto] is one of the most beautiful movements ever written. When you listen, it seems so effortlessly blissful and still and sublime

Claude Monet, The Beach at Trouville, about 1870. Oil on canvas; 22x25-5/8 in. Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art; The Ella Gallup Sumner and Mary Catlin Sumner Collection Fund. One of many impressionists paintings in the Denver Art Museum’s Passport to Paris exhibition.

Cellist Paul Watkins, newly named to the famed Emerson Quartet.


Concerto No. 1 recording, which won the Diapason d’Or de l’Année, the top prize in France for recordings. So we’ve had our share of joint success, which is fun when you look at yourself as a kind of father figure towards somebody and then, “Look, what we can do together.” When the Korngold concerto was written by this film composer, you know, the feeling was — tsk tsk. The melodies are all from his films. What could be more tacky? One critic said, “Definitely more corn than gold.” Now that we’re over our prejudice, and now that we’re so eager for beauty in our lives, this piece is on almost every orchestra season every year. It’s become a hit with audiences that are desperate for this kind of romantic music. Korngold was a Jewish composer who was forced to emigrate during the second World War. I love pairing Korngold with Mahler because Mahler was a Jewish composer who was forced to change his religion in order to live and have a career. They make sympathetic bedfellows. Mahler 7 is a glorious, huge piece, and probably the least popular of the nine numbered Mahler symphonies, because it’s so challenging to play. Many critics have a hard time accepting the happy nature of the last movement. It’s C Major, the happy key, some of the happiest music ever written. I think people just can’t deal with it: How could he possibly write a piece like this? I think we’ve all known people in our lives who never smile, for one reason or another. But when they do it’s horrific because their faces, their physiognomy isn’t constructed in such a way that a smile is attractive. Maybe that’s the issue with this piece: People can’t deal with Mahler smiling. But it is typical Mahler. There’s the obsession with death. Remember that Mahler was one of thirteen children, over half of whom died in childbirth or childhood. There was

“Composers who we now idolize, worship and respect from beyond: They were just humans out having lunch and talking probably about silly things, too. It’s fun to think about.” always a coffin in the living room. And he also was living as a child right next to a military barracks, so he heard tattoos day in and day out. That’s why his music is filled with marches, trumpet calls. He fell in love with nature and the sounds of nature in his mid-symphonies. There’s the presence of cowbells. As a boy growing up in New York City, falling in love with this music, I couldn’t quite grasp the importance of cowbells, because the noises I heard were all gun shots, subways, sirens and car horns. Mahler said it was the last earthly sound one heard as one climbed the mountains. About 25 years ago, during a tour with my British orchestra, we were in a tiny town in Switzerland. It was about five in the afternoon, with a big fog, you couldn’t really see the mountain. But you could hear these cows in the distance, these cowbells. It suddenly hit me. You couldn’t see them, but there was this sound. And I got it. American percussionists tend to have the same question: “What’s with the cowbells?” They’re always shaking them. I have to say, “Guys, guys. It’s not that kind of party. They don’t all move at the same time.”

AP: We close the season with Porgy and Bess, May 16-18. AL: I spent my youth living about 150 yards from where the Gershwins lived for most of the time George was writing in New York, Rhapsody in Blue, all that stuff. So I’m very closely connected to George the composer. And fell in love with Porgy and Bess at an early age, and then started getting involved with performing it. The problem was, aside from performing the whole opera, the only


way you could do exerpts was in a much more Broadway-centric arrangement by the great Robert Russell Bennett, who treated it more like a Broadway show. There are those of us, snobs like me, who very much feel that Porgy and Bess is not a Broadway show but an opera. I was getting ready for performances with the London Symphony in 1991 and my Porgy, a great guy named Sir Willard White, said to me, “Andrew, why don’t you make your own suite? Why don’t you do your own?” And I thought, ‘That’s such hard work. I’m not a composer, an arranger, I don’t want to be.” But I sat down, and I realized Gershwin made an orchestral suite that’s twenty minutes called “Catfish Row,” a great starting point. This was the composer himself who did these shameless cuts from here to here. If he could do that, I could do that. So I put together a suite that’s one-third of the opera, in chronological order. My goal was to make it affordable for a symphony orchestra to do in a concert. I needed a piece that just had four soloists, a great chorus part. It’s basically every hit tune from the opera, and not just the songs, but the music around the songs, so you get the whole scene, the whole sequence of events: the wild party, the drug pusher, the Bible-beating woman saying, “Go back home.” It’s so much more powerful than just the tunes themselves. The Gershwin estate said, “We like it, we’d like to make it the official suite, but you’re not getting any money for it.” I said, “That’s alright. Just make sure my name’s on the program. That’s something.” I

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INSIDE THE SCORE 2012/13 PORTRAITS OF COLORADO THE COLORADO SYMPHONY CHARLES DENLER, composer SCOTT O’NEIL, resident conductor Friday, May 31, 2013 at 7:30 pm Boettcher Concert Hall


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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.

CHARLES DENLER, composer The music of American composer and pianist, Charles Denler, can be heard all over the world. Charles received critical acclaim by winning an EMMY in 2004 for his work on Bentley Creek and went on to receive his second EMMY in 2005 for his score to Beyond The

Medal Of Honor. In 2010 Charles was awarded the Jury Choice GOLD MEDAL for his score to the Richard Gere film, Teenage Witness, and a second GOLD MEDAL for the film, I AM, at the Park City Film Music Festival. In 2011 Charles received The Ribaut Award for Excellence in Music for Film at the Beaufort International Film Festival. In 1985 Charles lost his younger brother and band-mate to a tragic accident. Five years later he was diagnosed with a condition that nearly crippled both of his hands. Overcoming the odds, Charles went on to give over 2,000 concerts, and compose for nearly 200 film and television scores. Without any formal training, he began writing for symphonies, and his orchestral works have been played around the globe. His music has been featured with artists such as Creed, Cyndi Lauper and Jose Feliciano. Upon meeting Hardy Jones and Julia Whitty, National Geographic Television,


Charles was asked to write music for their production, Twenty Years with the Dolphins. It was then that Charles fell in love with the art of film scoring. Following with two more Geographic projects, he went on to write for numerous other documentaries, film and television programs, and promotional work that included the main theme for the new STARZ! Kids' Television Network, music for Animal Planet, The History Channel, Honda, Coca-Cola, Oprah, Dateline, PBS, NBC, NASA, HDNet and many feature film productions. Actors featured in Charles' films include Richard Dreyfuss, Richard Gere, Burt Reynolds, Susan Sarandon, Daryl Hannah, Steve Guttenberg, Louis Gossett Jr., Michael Madsen, Charles Durning and many others. Charles' accomplishments have been featured in many articles including Keyboard Magazine, MIX Magazine, Recording Magazine and in POST Magazine.


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By Jerry Malzahn, landscape artist

ODESSA LAKE $ 65,000.00 I can think of no other mountain lake that would rival Odessa Lakes' sublime beauty. My wife Lyla, our daughter Franchesca, and I have spent many nights in one of two campsites located a short walk from the lake. This enchanted glacial carved masterpiece is truly "Heaven on Earth," and the hike of the nine mile round trip is nothing compared to the experience of seeing this wonder of nature. I would be remiss not to share this vision of Gods' greatest creations in this, my humble painting.

ALBERTA FALLS $ 6,800.00 Many times in my life I have hiked past this waterfall and admired its majestic beauty. Little did I know that years later I would be painting this chasm etched by the icy waters flowing from the melting snow pack in the remarkable Glacier Gorge. Some of the soaring movements in Denler's symphony can actually take me to these hidden gems in our wondrous Rocky Mountains.



By Jerry Malzahn, landscape artist

THE LITTLE MATTERHORN $ 7,500.00 I have always promised myself I would someday climb this majestic peak, but I'm afraid my prowess and advanced age will take my ascent off the table. Besides that, if I am climbing it, how could I be painting it? I will just have to use my imagination! I am very content to paint this masterpiece of the Colorado Rockies and leave the mountaineering to the best.

GOEMMER BUTTE Not for Sale This ancient volcanic plug dominates the Cuchara Valley and is the view due west from our summer home and studio in LaVeta, Colorado. Our house sits on a ridge above the Wahatoya Valley that graces this majestic monolith that almost comes alive with the changing Colorado weather. I can't help to think that this view moved Charles to interpret this scene to his musical inspirations.



By Jerry Malzahn, landscape artist

PLAINS BELOW THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS $ 8,700.00 Surely the first explorers were astonished by the aweinspiring snow-capped peaks that ascended from the gentle grassland that approached these spectacular giants. Although this perspective of Longs Peak is north of the city, Charles Denler has a similar view from his home in Denver.

LONGS PEAK $ 4,800.00 This is one of two paintings I did from an outdoor sketch from a small bluff above Upper Beaver Meadows. A crystal clear stream graces the valley floor, and the nearby picnic area is a great way to rest, restore and simply wonder at all of God's beautiful creations that he has bestowed upon us.

IN THE ROCKIES $ 26,000.00 This is one of the many torrents that cascade from the high peaks of Rocky Mountain National Park. These icy waters from the glacial melt move oneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s spirit to attempt to capture its energy. As the Colorado Symphony and choir implement Charles Denler's extraordinary music, I must also do the same with my paintbrush to hold on to these precious images provided by our Maker.


INSIDE THE SCORE Program Notes “Call To Freedom” from PORTRAITS OF AN AMERICAN SOLDIER, An American Symphony No. 2 We will be opening the concert with the overture from my 2nd Symphony. This first piece is a proclamation of the freedom we share as citizens of the United States of America.

PORTRAITS OF COLORADO, An American Symphony No. 1 The symphony is written in ten shorter movements to meet the needs of today's contemporary audience. Our "iPod generation" is accustomed to playlists filled with shorter pieces of music generally three to four minutes long. Lengthy symphonic movements often do not fit into modern playlists. Even though the symphony is divided into shorter movements, it is written in a traditional manner with theme and variation woven throughout the music. Freedom has been written into the symphony to allow for spontaneous moments at the piano. Let this symphony take you on a journey through one of our country’s greatest treasures, the Rocky Mountains! The Chorus: Throughout the symphony, the chorus sings in Latin, “A Sole Calefiere, Vivet I Alium Diem” translated, “To feel the warmth of the sun, I will live another day.” Movement No. 1 - Rocky Mountain Odyssey I have spent an incredible amount of time hiking in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. At any given moment, the weather can move from a gentle summer day to a massive thunderstorm yielding hail and freezing temperatures. To me, this unpredictability is one of the great inspirations I find in these rugged hills. This first movement speaks of the majesty and the power of the Rocky Mountains. Movement No. 2 - The Sangre de Cristos This movement was inspired by one of Jerry Malzahn’s paintings. In 1719 the Spanish explorer Antonio Valverde y Cosio named the Sangre de Cristo (“Blood of Christ”) mountains after seeing the red hue of the peaks at sunrise. Movement No. 3 - A Walk In The White Forest Beyond the valley behind our Colorado home is a place that my children call the white forest. The beautiful Colorado aspens are one of our state’s great treasures. Imagine walking through one of these wonderful forests from a child’s perspective. Throughout this movement and the symphony, I often use solo flute and responsive oboe to portray birds and wildlife. Movement No. 4 - Where Wild Horses Run There are few things that take your breath away more than seeing a wild mustang running free! The American wild horse has become a symbol of freedom in our country. This movement was written for my wife. One of her favorite adages is “In every living thing is the spirit to be free.” A piccolo trumpet carries us over the rythmic gait of wild mustangs. Movement No. 5 - The Dance For me, our mountains are not only a place of peace, but also of great joy. My heart leaps when I see the finger of God chisled into these dramatic peaks! Movement No. 6 - Ranch In The Highlands This movement pays homage to my hometown, Highlands Ranch. Listen carefully, at one point you may hear mischievious coyotes romping around as the music plays… Movement No. 7 - Sunset Over Longs Peak One of my hobbies is sitting on our back porch in the evening and watching the summer sun setting over Longs Peak. A solo trumpet guides the strings to a dramatic build as the sun paints a masterpiece in the evening sky. Movement No. 8 - Moment At Dawn The inspiration for my 1st symphony: The spring flowers in the meadow behind our home are amazing. One day I noticed that many of the flowers follow the path of the sun as it moves overhead in our Colorado sky. They actually turn in synchronicity with the sun. In the morning, they face east in anticipation of the new day and rest in the cool summer evening facing west. They, like all of us, have this hope; that no matter what today has brought, there will be a tomorrow, a new sunrise and a new day. Hope renews itself every morning.

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INSIDE THE SCORE Program Notes Movement No. 9 - The Columbine’s Tribute Our state flower. When I wrote this movement, I wanted to give the listener a sense of hope, and new beginnings. Like the graceful Columbines that paint our meadows, life is fragile, but beautiful. The human spirit finds a way to move forward and find strength. Movement No. 10 - Mountain Odyssey, reprise with finale Life is an odyssey, a journey, and an adventure. Own the life you have! — Charles Denler

A “Special Edition” CD of PORTRAITS OF COLORADO, An American Symphony No. 1 featuring the Colorado Symphony and Chorus is available for purchase in the lobby. The official CD will be released on the Reference Recordings Label in September.

COLORADO SYMPHONY CHORUS The 2012-2013 Colorado Symphony concert season marks the 29th

Symphony Chorus has appeared at select public and special events

year for the Chorus. Founded in 1984 by Duain Wolfe at the request

and has collaborated with many renowned Colorado arts

of Gaetano Delogu, then the Music Director of the Symphony, the

ensembles. In July 2009, in celebration of the 25th anniversary of

chorus has grown, over the past two decades, into a nationally

the chorus, Duain Wolfe led the chorus on a 3-country, 11-day

respected ensemble. This outstanding chorus of over 200

concert tour of Europe, presenting the Verdi Requiem in Budapest,



Vienna, Litomysl and Prague. From Evergreen to Lochbuie, and

performances, and radio and television broadcasts, to repeat

Boulder to Castle Rock, singers travel each week to rehearsals and

critical acclaim. The Chorus has performed at noted music

performances in Denver totaling about 80 per year. The Colorado

festivals in the Rocky Mountain region, including the Aspen Music

Symphony continues to be grateful for the excellence and

Festival, the Colorado Music Festival, the Bravo! Vail Valley Music

dedication of this remarkable all-volunteer ensemble! For an

Festival and the Grand Teton Music Festival. The Colorado

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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 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 Anne M. 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 January 18, 2013. In memory of Merrill Adams given by: Ms. Pamela Lewis Frank Y. Parce 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

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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 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 Louise Hadley Hill given by: Mr. George Heisel In memory of Robert C. Hawley given by: Harry and Terri Vogler Ms. Margaret S. White In memory of Jeannine D. Hiester given by: Philip C. Hiester In memory of Don Hoagland given by: Mrs. Ellie Greenberg In memory of Al Hoffman given by: Mrs. Helene Hoffman In memory of William (Bill) Houlton given by: Colorado Permanente Medical Group Mr. and Mrs. Trygve Myhren Mr. and Mrs. James M. Woodward 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 Mr. Wilson LeChat given by: Mr. Flint Whitlock and Dr. Mary Ann Watson In memory of Mrs. Elaine C. Lenicheck given by: 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 Anne Waring Maer given by: The Humphreys Foundation 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 Pietro J. Nuccio given by: Eugene J. Nuccio 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 Betty Mae Sabotnik given by: Ms. Joann Wooley

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 Albie Urban given by: Mr. and Mrs. David McGaw 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 Lester and Patricia Redifer

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 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 January 18, 2013. 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

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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 Tom 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 Bill and Jo Calhoun's Wedding Anniversary given by: Mr. and Mrs. Mark Calhoun 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 the birth of Margo Allon Cohen, daughter of Drs. Joel and Jodie Cohen, given by: Nancy Livingston 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 CSO Master Electrician, Philip C. Hiester given by: Mr. Eli Reshotko and Mrs. Adina Reshotko In honor of Fred and Margaret Hoeppner given by: David and Debra Flitter 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 CSO Organist, Mr. Ken Mervine given by: Ms. Sallie D. Suby-Long In honor of Dolores Odell given by: Ms. Jeanne Kearns Ms. Karen Utley In honor of Mr. Frank Y. Parce given by: Mr. David 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 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

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