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Thank You For The Music

So I say Thank you for the music, the songs I'm singing Thanks for all the joy they're bringing Who can live without it, I ask in all honesty What would life be? Without a song or a dance what are we? So I say thank you for the music For giving it to me

Years of Fun!

Congratulations & Continued Success! Eileen & Phil Wunch


20 YEARS - WOW! Thank you to all the Resa's Pieces Members, our audience & sponsors for being an essential part of our success over the past 20 years!

Resa and Marshall Kochberg


A Piece from our President WOW….Congratulations on 20 years of making music!

This year we are very excited to showcase all of our ensembles in a Gala Concert Series consisting of a separate concert for each ensemble. As an added bonus, the Symphony Orchestra will be joining the Strings Gala, and The Resa's Pieces Chamber Choir aka The Treblemakers will be performing at the Singers and Concert Band Galas. There are many people to thank. I would like to start with the musicians. Each one of them represents a true dedication to the art, commitment to numerous group practices, and hundreds of hours of independent work culminating in these performances. Tonight would not be possible without the efforts of our incredibly talented conductors. The Concert Band is conducted by Resa Kochberg, whose vision to ‘rediscover making music’ created this organization 20 years ago. We are thrilled Robert Graham continues to conduct our Singers, and Phillip Coonce our String Ensemble. Their contributions are immeasurable, without them tonight would not be possible. This evening you will be hearing a compilation of their creative vision, mentorship, expertise, and leadership. “Thank you for the music.” I would like to thank the board members of Resa’s Pieces for their tireless dedication and contributions to the continued success of the organization. As well, I would like to express my gratitude to the many volunteers who devoted their time throughout the year to help make our community concerts and these annual Galas such a wonderful success! Lastly, to you, our loyal fans and sponsors: thank you for your support, generosity and patronage which allows our organization to continue to grow and flourish! Without you this performance, and those of the last 20 years, would not have been possible. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the show! Sincerely, Timothy Foley President

Congratulations And Continued Success! Thelma & Saul Shulman

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CONCERT BAND

Resa Kochberg Growing up there was nothing else Resa wanted to do but study music. After graduating in 1974 with a Bachelor of Music degree from the University of Toronto, Resa taught as a Band Music Specialist for the Scarborough Board of Education until she put teaching on hold to start a family. While raising her three children, she had a “cottage industry” clothing business and taught private piano lessons. In 1999 Resa returned to teaching for the Toronto District School Board where she also conducted the Concert Band for Toronto Music Camps and led workshops as a flute specialist. For three years Resa had the privilege of conducting and co-conducting the Toronto East All City Band. Resa currently plays and performs with the North York Concert Band and the Encore Symphonic Band, and conducts a flute ensemble, "The Enchanted Flutes". Resa’s past twenty years have been one of her greatest joys, as she shares her love of music with all the dedicated members of Resa’s Pieces. Along with conducting Resa’s Pieces Concert Band and sharing in its accomplishments over the years, Resa is delighted that both Resa’s Pieces String Ensemble and Resa's Pieces Singers are flourishing. She also takes pride in the establishment of Resa’s Pieces Symphony Orchestra. In 2014 Resa was honoured with an Urban Hero Award, given to people in the community whose personal efforts and contributions have made significant impact on others. In her spare time, Resa, together with Marshall, are devoted grandparents to their seven cherished grandchildren.

Photo Credit: Atira Frankel

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CONCERT BAND PROGRAMME May 26, 2019 | Flato Markham Theatre

March, Op. 99 ......................................................... Sergei Prokofiev, arr. by James Meredith Selections from Mary Poppins ................ Sherman and Sherman, arr. by Ted Ricketts I Dreamed a Dream ........................................................... Schonberg, arr. by Michael Brown French Horn Soloist: Isabel Siegel MacArthur Park .................................................................... Jimmy Webb, arr. by Danny Wilks Trumpet Soloist: Lorne Spivak, Trombone Soloist: Mike Lawson Summertime ..... Gershwin, Dubose, Heyward, and Gershwin, arr. by Robert Longfield Selections from The King and I ..... Rodgers and Hammerstein, arr. by Calvin Custer My Way ........................................................................................... Paul Anka, arr. by Danny Wilks Vocal Soloist: Al Fitleberg Italian Holiday ........................................................................................................ Robert Longfield Game of Thrones ....................................................... Ramin Djawadi, arr. by Michael Brown INTERMISSION Aura Lee ................................................................................... traditional arr. by Carl Strommen Featuring Resa's Pieces Chamber Choir A.K.A. The Treblemakers On Broadway ............................................................................................ arr. by Roger Emmerso Featuring Resa’s Pieces Chamber Choir A.K.A. The Treblemakers The Greatest Showman ..... Benj Pasek, Justin Paul, Ryan Lewis, arr. by Paul Murtha Cinema Paradiso .............................. Morricone and Morricone arr. by Robert Longfield Flute Soloist: Janice Chesney, Trumpet Soloist: Lorne Spivak Sway ............................................................................... Gimbel and Ruiz arr. by Michael Brown Czardas ................................................................................. Vittorio Monti, arr. by Danny Wilks Violin Soloist: Philip Coonce British Invasion: Hits of the 60's .......................................................... arr. by Johnnie Vinson Queen Greatest Hits ............................. Mercury, Deacon and May arr. by Peter Schaars Encore Upon Request ........................................................................................................... Surprise! Programme Subject to Change Proudly supported by our Gala Sponsor


RESA’S PIECES CONCERT BAND MEMBERS CONDUCTOR

ALTO SAXOPHONES

TROMBONES

Resa Kochberg

Tanya Brekelmans Francine Frankel Alan Freedman Bill Getty

Mary Bleier * Carol Cheyne * Gillian Galinsky Mike Lawson +* Jane Tearne *

FLUTES Janice Chesney Selma Copeland Joanne Dufault Annice Frisch Sari Gilboord Anne Kligerman Dahlia Solomon Michelle Strauss Susan Wainstock

OBOE Dorothy Rubinoff

CLARINETS Maja Buium Ruthie Fishman Elisabeth Grande Hoon Kim Mel Korn Ken Lebow Maggie Mincer Herb Miller Len Phillips Rachel Sheps Debbie Vine Perry Zosky

BASS CLARINETS Gail Hancock Deana Juffs Ellen Levine

TENOR SAXOPHONES Al Fitleberg Jeffery Freelan Ed Noy Gary Stewart

EUPHONIUMS

BARITONE SAXOPHONE

TUBAS

Peter Tiedemann

Curtis Boldt * Freida Sherman + Jerry Tennen *

TRUMPETS Timothy Foley * Eric Ginsberg * Candice Harlander * Malcolm Kronby * Mary-Ann Metrick * Nicholas Mustard + Jennifer Samson Alex Sirota * Lorne Spivak * Dan Stoyles* Harold Wolfe*

Desmond Fan Imindi Liyanage + Jack MacQuarrie

STRING BASS Bruce Griffin

PERCUSSIONS Joan Andrews Bruce Densmore + Tom Gluck * Susan Willsher + Guest Musician * Fanfare Player

FRENCH HORNS Susan Born David Marcus Karen Pernell Isabel Siegel

Resa’s Pieces Chamber Choir A.K.A. The Treblemakers Andrea Atkins, Kerry Black, Jennifer Burbidge, Leanna Dunkel, Rifka Eisenstat, Carole Freeman, Beverly Giblon, Randi Glass, Lorraine Gray, Vivian Hu, Pamela Lim, Linda Prussick, Gayla Schwartz, Lisa Sokoloff

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Happy 20th Anniversary Resa’s Pieces!

The Fishman Family

“It’s been the best 20 years of music, friendships, and Monday night FUN! ” - Ruthie


Robert Graham Growing up both in British Columbia and Western Australia, from an early age Robert Graham divided his time equally between honing his skills as a piano player and attempting to learn every song on the radio! He continues the journey in Toronto as a professional musical journeyman, creator and collaborator. Luckily for him, part of his career also involves conducting Resa's Pieces Singers and the Treblemakers! Together with his songwriting and performing, Graham maintains a career as a Music Director, pianist, accompanist, vocalist, Choir Director, and vocal/repertoire coach. He has worked on numerous Theatre productions across Canada and Australia - most recently "Seeking Refuge" at the 2017 Toronto Fringe Festival. His collaborations have included several multi-genre bands and ensembles - touring the UK with Canadian roots supergroup "Tanglefoot" (Winner - Best Vocal Group - 2007 Canadian Folk Music Awards) and performing with Australia's "Los Chasquis" (Perth, Australia). His debut album, "Storm in a Teacup", produced by Chris Brown (Bourbon Tabernacle Choir) was followed by several singles and an EP - this time with his new band The Fairest and Best - released in the fall of 2015 (www.fairestandbest.com). Robert's songs have been added to the playlist of over 100 radio stations across North America and attracted significant licensing interest in the USA Canada, and Italy. "It Could Be You" - a song recorded in 2016 with Resa's Pieces Singers, and written to highlight the plight of refugees worldwide - was finalist in the 2018 "Songs for Social Change Songwriting Competition" and placed 4th overall in the 2016 Dallas Songwriters Association Song Contest. In 2018 Robert was awarded the inaugural Douglas C Cowling Bursary in Liturgical Music, and in March of 2019 he was awarded a Toronto Artscape Foundation Launchpad Bursary. (www.robertgraham.org) (Photo Credit: Mark Girard)

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SINGERS PROGRAMME

June 3, 2019 | Beth Emeth Bais Yehuda Synagogue Resa's Pieces Singers Wade in the Water ................................................ Traditional Spiritual, arr. by Mark Hayes New York State of Mind .......................................................... Billy Joel, arr. by Steve Zegree Greensleeves ........................................................ Traditional English, arr. by Philip Lawson Staying Alive (Bee Gees Medley) .................. Barry Gibb, Maurice Gibb, Robin Gibb, arr. by Teena Chinn Anthem (from Chess) ..................................................... Benny Andersson, Tim Rice and Bjorn Ulvaeus, arr. by John Purifoy Resa’s Pieces Chamber Choir A.K.A. The Treblemakers Aura Lee ................................................................................ Traditional, arr. by Carl Strommen Ain’t No Mountain High Enough ............................. Nickolas Ashford, Valerie Simpson, arr. by Roger Emerson On Broadway ....................................................................................... Barry Mann, Cynthia Weil, Mike Stoller, Jerry Leiber, Sheldon Harnick, Jerry Bock, Stephen Schwartz, Stephen Sondheim, Fred Ebb, John Kander, arr. by Roger Emerson Resa's Pieces Singers Hallelujah I Love Her So ............................................. Ray Charles, arr. by Alan Billingsley The Rose ..................................................................... Amanda McBroom, arr, by Teena Chinn Under the Boardwalk ........................ Artie Resnick and Kenny Young, arr. by Mac Huff Duet: All I Have to Do is Dream .................................................................... Boudleaux Bryant Soloists: Norm Abrams and Lianne Richmond One Day More (from Les Miserables) .................................................. Claude-Michel Schonberg, Herbert Kretzmer, arr. by Mark Brymer Soloists: Leanna Dunkel and David Cohen A Joyful Madrigal ....................................................................................................... Donald Moore Programme Subject to Change

Proudly supported by our Gala Sponsor


RESA’S PIECES SINGERS MEMBERS CONDUCTOR Robert Graham

SOPRANOS

Andrea Atkins * Eileen Berger Kerry Black * Diane Carere Lorraine Dicker Leanna Dunkel * Rifka Eisenstat * Karen Fejer Toba Feldman Heather Finestone Luba Gatt Beverley Giblon* Patricia Hektor Vivian Hu * Lori Katz Sandi Leibovici Merle Levine Barbara Librach Pamela Lim * Eve Pereira Lianne Richmond Lynda Roth Gayla Schwartz * Leslie Jill Shai

SOPRANOS

Peggy Singer Lisa Sokoloff * Debby Solomon Connie White Sylvia Yukelis

ALTOS

Rhonda Brewes Dianne Budish Jennifer Burbidge * Joy Cohen Janet Durbin Leona Eligberg Carole Freeman * Randi Glass * Lisa Gluck Gayle Goldberg Marcus Lorraine Gray * Vicki Green Aaron Carole Greenspan Elana Miller Phyllis Nefsky Raisy Ordel Shari Pinkus Linda Prussick * Clara Rose

ALTOS

Tobie Seligman Diane Sidenberg Michelle Singer Sheryl Smolkin Shirley Stutz Vicky Wylson-Sher Naomi Zacks

MEN

Norm Abrams Raymond Brickman Jeffrey Brown David Cohen Fred Feldman Barney Giblon Roberto Hausman Laurie Milrod Jack Pinkus Gerry Posner Peter Segal Joel Troster Hirsch Vivat Howard Weinstein * The Treblemakers

DOOR PRIZE SPONSORS Candice Harlander & Russian Standard Vodka Des Fan Ellen Levine Ed Noy Elte Gail Hancock Ian and Arlene Kochberg Isabel Siegel

Janet Matthews Joel Troster and Sheryl Smolkin Lorne Spivak and Samuel Kleinberg Jewellers Mel Korn Susan Born Timothy Foley Additional donors who wish to remain anonymous

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Dan & Maureen Short, Steven & Robin Silverberg Congratulate you on your 20th Anniversary!

Proud To Support Resa’s Pieces! Ann & Wayne Caplan

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Phil Coonce Violinist Phil Coonce is a graduate of the Manhattan School of Music, where he earned his Doctorate in Violin Performance. He also completed the coursework for a Masters in Improvisation from the University of Michigan, and has since taught private students for 45 years. Since 1986 he has specialized in coaching music groups composed of amateur adult musicians, a skill he brings now to Resa’s Pieces String Ensemble in Toronto. In this capacity he has served at Merrimack Valley Music and Art Camp, and the Chamber music workshops of Vermont’s Bennington College, Princeton Chamber Music Play Week, and Summer Trios. As a conductor, Phil has worked with several honors high school orchestras: the Albuquerque Youth Symphony, The Orange County (New Jersey) Youth Orchestra, the Vermont Youth Symphony, and the Fairfield Honors Orchestra. A native of Albuquerque, New Mexico, Phil has served as concertmaster of the Spoleto Festival in Charleston SC., the Hoboken Chamber Orchestra and the Brooklyn Philharmonic Outreach. His freelance performance career has ranged from the New York City and Santa Fe Opera Companies to the bluegrass band Right as Rain. Phil and his wife are now living in Toronto, and Phil currently serves on the faculties of the Toronto School for Strings, the Princeton Chamber Music Play Week, and the Bennington (College) Chamber Music Conference.

Photo Credit: Mark Girard

Thanks Phil and Resa for Keeping Music in Our Lives! Phil's Fabulous First Fiddles

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STRING ENSEMBLE PROGRAMME June 9, 2019 | St. Basil College School

A Little Spring Music .................................................... Antonio Vivaldi, arr. Harry A. Alshin Can’t Help Falling in Love ............................................ Hugo Peretti, arr. Robert Longfield Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 ................................................. Franz Liszt, arr. Jamin Hoffman Hatikvah ............................................................................................ Traditional, arr. John Leavitt Brandenburg Concerto #3, Movement 1 .............................. J.S. Bach, arr. Merle J. Isaac Mock Morris ................................................................. Percy Grainger, arr. David Giardiniere River Flows in You ................................................................................ Yiruma, arr. Larry Moore Blue Danube Waltz .................................................... Johann Strauss, arr. Robert Longfield Con Te Partirò .................................................................... Francesco Sartori, arr. Ted Ricketts Andalucía ........................................................................................................................... Victor López A Night at The Opera: ........................................................ Giuseppe Verdi, arr. Bud Caputo 1. La Donna è Mobile 2. Libiamo Highlights from The Greatest Showman ..................................... Benj Pasek, Justin Paul, Ryan Lewis, arr. James Kazik Jupiter, Bringer of Jollity ................................................... Gustav Holst, arr. Vernon Leidig Performed by Resa’s Pieces Symphony Orchestra Star Trek Through the Years ................................. Alexander Courage, arr. Calvin Custer Performed by Resa’s Pieces Symphony Orchestra Programme Subject to Change

Proudly supported by our Gala Sponsor


RESA'S PIECES STRING ENSEMBLE MEMBERS 1st VIOLINS

2nd VIOLINS

CELLOS

Elana Granieri Rhonda Haznof Marian Jedynak Araby Jeganathan Hooi Lee Lai Janet Matthews Jean Nielsen Elizabeth Spivak Xuanyi Wang

Daniella Corcuera Peter Horvath Arlene Kochberg Dulce Mitchell Joanne Rosen Randy Rothberg Carol Young

Jennifer Cameron Gerry Casciato Ricki Goodlin Sokwon Lee

VIOLAS

DOUBLE BASS Cam Bond Toni Frankfort Ian Kochberg

Darlene Davey

JOINING THE STRING ORCHESTRA ARE THE FOLLOWING MUSICIANS: FLUTES

ALTO SAXOPHONE

TROMBONES

Janice Chesney Joanne Dufault

Alan Freedman

OBOE

Mary Bleier Mike Lawson + Jane Tearne

Timothy Foley Candice Harlander Dan Stoyles

TUBA

FRENCH HORNS

PERCUSSION

Susan Born David Marcus Karen Pernell Isabel Siegel

Joan Andrews Bruce Densmore + Tom Gluck Susan Willsher

TRUMPETS

Dorothy Rubinoff

CLARINETS Ruth Fishman Len Phillips

BASS CLARINETS Deana Juffs

BASSOON

Jack MacQuarrie

+ Guest Musician

Desmond Fan

Proud To Support Resa's Pieces! Sheryl Smolkin & Joel Troster

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Best Wishes Tonight! With a Special Note

to Janice Chesney!

Amy Hauer and Jack Hauer, CPA, CA


Thank You To All Our Gala Sponsors For Their Incredible Support Gala Sponsor

Quarter Note Sponsors

Segal LLP

Andrea Atkins Marsha & Shelly Baker Ann and Wayne Caplan Michael and Janette Diamond Randi and Samuel Glass Gayle Goldberg Marcus and Jeff Cooper David and Marilyn Glick & Family Norma and Ernie Kirsh Eleanor Markovitz Resa’s Pieces Clarients & Bass Clarinets Section Resa’s Pieces Flute and Oboe Sections Resa’s Pieces French Horn Section Resa’s Pieces Saxophone Section Resa’s Pieces Singers: The Treblemakers Resa's Pieces Trumpets Resa’s Pieces First Violins Arlene Rosenberg and David Shlagbaum Sharon and Lorne Shapiro & Family The Schwartz Family Thelma and Saul Shulman Sheryl Smolkin and Joel Troster Jan and Steve Wasserman & Family Eileen and Phil Wunch Richardson GMP

Finale Sponsor Carole and Harold Wolfe

Whole Note Sponsors The Fishman Family The Frisch Family Amy Hauer and Jack Hauer, CPA, CA Resa and Marshall Kochberg The Winberg Family Bell Kearns & Associates Kilbarry Hill Construction Limited Samuel Kleinberg Jewellers Yale PGC, LLP

Half Note Sponsors Mary Curtis Cindy & Tim Foley Mindy and David Frimer Automotive Envy Broadway Printers Ltd Gallagher Benefit Services (Canada) Group Inc Deana Juffs Royal Lepage Terrequity Harknett Musical Services Hillcrest Dental Centre Lake Field Music Inc. NewPath Consulting Royal LePage Partners Realty Silverberg & Short LLP

Eighth Note Sponsors The Chapman Family Ellen and Alan Levine

Resa's Pieces Board Members:

Timothy Foley (President), Janet Mathews (Vice President), Randi Glass (Treasurer), Candace Harlander (Secretary), Francine Frankel, Len Phillips, Jean Nielsen, Elizabeth Spivak, Carole Freeman, Linda Prussick

Music Director Resa Kochberg

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Congratulations to All! Gayle Goldberg Marcus and Jeff Cooper

Congrats! Applause! Bravo! The Schwartz Family

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Congratulations and Continued Success! For the Fun of It! Tim & Cindy Foley

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Applause! Bravo! Congrats! Norma and Ernie Kirsh 24

Congratulations on 20 years strong & continued success. Marsha and Shelly Baker

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THANK YOU TO OUR TEAM: Resa's Pieces would like to thank the incredible team of professionals who helped us realize our 3 Gala evenings. We extend much appreciation to: Brad Fuller, Art Director of Bradfordbrown Design Mark Firars, Photographer Mark Girardy, Photographer Ron Goodlin, Ron Goodlin Photography Deirdre Pomeroy, Gala Administrator Lori Scopis, Sponsorship and Programme Coordinator Alex Sirota, NewPath Consulting Danny Wilks, Music Arranger for Resa's Pieces Jaimie Ziv, Door Prize Seller Coordinator Mervyn Ziv, Broadway Printers Ltd. And a big thank you to all of the Resa’s Pieces members who volunteer throughout the season.

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General Manager

Eric Lariviere

Theatre Administrative Clerk

Debbie Watson

Business Coordinator

Helen Mah

Production & Facility Manager

Andrew Rosenfarb

Rental Business Manager

Scott Hill

Front-of-house Coordinator

Lia Baird

Marketing & Development Manager

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Events Promotions Assistant

Linda Stott

Discovery Program Coordinator

Monic Pain

Theatre Technician / Team Lead

Chris Macbride

Theatre Technician

Vince Rodondi

Hall Attendant

Gary Restoule

Box Office

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Thanks Robert and Resa's Pieces for the everlasting and inspiring gift of music! Andrea Atkins

Resa's Pieces Singer

Congrats! Applause! Bravo! Arlene Rosenberg and David Shlagbaum

We Salute Resa For Her Enthusiasm, Energy And Direction. Best Wishes On Our 20th Gala Tonight! The Resa’s Pieces Saxophone Section

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Mazel Tov David & Marilyn Glick and Family

Happy 20th

Anniversary to Resa & Her Pieces! RP Clarinets and Bass Clarinets Musicians Absent: Maja Buium, Ellen Levine, Rachel Sheps, Debbie Vine

20 Marvelous Years‌ and the Beat Goes On! Jan and Steve Wasserman and Family

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The French Horns Thank Resa and Our Fellow Pieces for Another Fabulous Year of Music!

Congratulations and Continued Success! Sharon and Lorne Shapiro & Family

Congratulations and Continued Success! Blowing Our Horns Since 2000! RP Trumpets

Ending The Season On A High Note! The Fabulous Flautists & Awesome Oboist!

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Congratulations to Resa's Pieces on Another Fabulous Concert! Thanks to Resa Kochberg for her Inspiration and Leadership!

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