REAWAKEN THAT TALENT REDISCOVER PLAYING MUSIC
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GalaConcert 6 . 11 . 13
The Toronto Centre for the Arts
The Toronto Centre for Hall the Arts George Weston Recital George Weston Recital Hall www.resaspieces.org
Parker Garber & Chesney, LLP 1 West Pearce Street, Suite #700, Richmond Hill, Ontario, L4B 3K3
MESSAGE FROM THE ONTARIO MINISTER OF TOURISM, CULTURE AND SPORT
MESSAGE FROM M.P.P., WILLOWDALE
Congratulations and Continued Success to Resaâ€™s Pieces! With a Special Note
to Janice Chesney!
Amy Hauer and Jack Hauer, CPA, CA 4
Congratulations to Resaâ€™s Pieces On Another Fabulous Concert! Thanks to Resa Kochberg and Ruthie Fishman for their Leadership.
Carole and Harold Wolfe
REAWAKEN THAT TALENT REDISCOVER PLAYING MUSIC ABOUT US
Resa’s Pieces is composed of amateur musicians, ages ranging from their twenties to nineties from all walks of life. Resa Kochberg, Toronto musician, founded Resa's Pieces in 2000 to fulfill a dream for adults to “Reawaken That Talent and Rediscover Playing Music.” The organization has grown from the original 18 members to over 125 "Pieces". Resa's Pieces Concert Band has a big sound with 55 enthusiastic members. Resa's Pieces Strings established in 2010 under the baton of Ric Giorgi, has 34 dedicated members. Resa's Pieces Singers, led by conductor Robert Graham, began in April 2013 with 36 excited members. This year also saw the first joint venture between the Concert Band and the Strings with another of Resa's dreams becoming a reality Resa's Pieces Symphony Orchestra. All our "Pieces" share in an encouraging, supportive environment that brings a wonderful sense of accomplishment and so, our second mantra is “Do Your Best and Have Fun.” The ensembles enjoy sharing their passion for music at retirement and nursing homes, hospitals, outdoor public squares and, most recently, in playing inter-generational concerts within the Toronto District School Board, where the intent is to inspire both students and their parents to continue or return to making music. In addition to the attention that Resa’s Pieces receives from its loyal fans, the organization has received media recognition from a number of 6
news outlets: The Wholenote Magazine, The Canadian Jewish News, North York Mirror and CP24. Most notably in 2010, the CBC Radio aired an award winning documentary about Resa’s Pieces on Michael Enright’s show, The Sunday Edition, aptly titled “Watch My Stick…PLEASE!" The ongoing success and uniqueness of Resa’s Pieces can be attributed to its Board of Directors, the enthusiasm of all the “Pieces”, the esteemed conductors, and the continuing devotion of the one and only Resa. New members welcome! For more information please visit www.resaspieces.org or email us at email@example.com so you too can…
“Reawaken That Talent and Rediscover Playing Music"
ABOUT RESA 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. Eighteen years later, 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. During her 18 year hiatus from music, Resa also abandoned her flute and piccolo and currently plays and performs with the North York Concert Band and the Encore Band. Resa’s past fourteen 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 Resa’s Pieces Strings is flourishing and takes great pride in the establishment of two new ensembles this year, Resa’s Pieces Symphony Orchestra and Resa’s Pieces Singers. In her spare time, Resa, together with Marshall, are devoted grandparents to their five cherished grandchildren. 7
A Piece From… The President and Gala Chair Welcome to tonight's performance! Resa's Pieces is concluding another landmark year as our organization continues to flourish. Resa's Pieces now has four ensembles under its umbrella. Resa's Pieces Concert Band, conducted by Resa Kochberg, boasts 55 members who can't wait to share tonight’s evening programme with you! Resa's Pieces Strings, under Ric Giorgi's baton, concluded their third successful season on June 9th when its 34 members performed their own fabulous gala programme. Resa's Pieces Symphony Orchestra, conducted by both Resa and Ric, made its debut that evening. In addition, Resa's Pieces Singers, conducted by Robert Graham, welcomed 36 vocalists in an inaugural spring session and we look forward to the Singers first season this September. Resa’s Pieces ensembles are led with smiles, patience, and ongoing TLC in a "Do Your Best And Have Fun" atmosphere. Thank you to our esteemed conductors for your dedication and devotion to our ensembles. Resa's "Pieces" are passionate about our mission of “Reawakening That Talent and Rediscovering Playing Music". Our members, through their ongoing commitment, help drive the organization's success with each "Piece" completing the whole! Resa’s Pieces is privileged to continue to share our music with the community performing this past year at Baycrest, Sunnybrook and Sheppard Village. The Concert Band also participated in Jewish Music Week performing at Nathan Philips Square in May. Next season, Resa's Pieces will be building on the success of this year's intergenerational concert that the Band held with students of York Mills Collegiate Institute. Our aim, in developing a relationship with the Toronto District School Board, is to establish a series of intergenerational concerts to inspire students to continue playing music after they graduate. As well, 8
we will be assisting the school communities in their fundraising initiatives as Resa's Pieces will perform gratis so that all dollars raised go directly to support the schools' music departments. Resa’s Pieces’ accomplishments are backed by a stellar Board of Directors who provides valuable direction and leadership behind the scenes. My personal gratitude is extended to my fellow Board members for their hours of volunteering and attention to detail. Tonight, Resa’s Pieces Concert Band could not be celebrating this evening without YOU! Our entire Resa's Pieces family thanks our many sponsors and loyal patrons for your belief in the Arts and ongoing support and generosity. It is with your assistance that we are able to strengthen our vision of enriching others with the gift of music. We close out this year, as Resa leads the Concert Band to a new high with an evening of musical entertainment and FUN! Enjoy the evening, Ruthie Fishman President, Gala Chair P.S. Enjoy a summer concert with us at Mel Lastman Square on Monday, July 8 at 7:30pm.
RESA’S PIECES CONCERT BAND, STRINGS AND SINGERS extend our gratitude to our esteemed President RUTH FISHMAN for her devotion and dedication that has helped our organization enhance its vision. We thank Ruth for her endless hours of work, superb leadership qualities, wisdom and determination. We would not be where we are without her unconditional support. RUTH, YOU ARE AN INSPIRATION TO ALL OF US!
FOREVER IN OUR HEARTS
RESA’S PIECES CONCERT BAND
RESAâ€™S PIECES CONCERT BAND MEMBERS CONDUCTOR Resa Kochberg
BARITONE SAXOPHONE Peter Tiedemann
FLUTE Janice Chesney Selma Copeland Annice Frisch Sari Gilboord Rosemary Katz Anne Kligerman Lisa Sinclair Dahlia Solomon Susan Wainstock
TRUMPET Shelly Baker Lynda Buller Dave Burgess Eric Ginsberg Mary-Ann Metrick Jennifer Samson Alex Sirota* Lorne Spivak* Harold Wolfe*
OBOE Dorothy Rubinoff CLARINET Salema Bacchus Maja Buium Kathryn Chirametli Ruthie Fishman Debbie Guthrie Hoon Kim Ken Lebow Harry Musicar Len Phillips Debra Waisglass Gail Yollick BASS CLARINET Deana Juffs Ellen Levine
FRENCH HORN Susan Born* David Marcus* Rachel Marcus** Isabel Siegel* TROMBONE Mary Bleier* Bob Hopewell* Bernadette King* Danny Wilks** EUPHONIUM Mike Mersereau** Marlene Pettit STRING BASS Jack Schachner
BASSOON Desmond Fan
ALTO SAXOPHONE Al Fitleberg Francine Frankel Jeff Richardson Mike Stone
TUBA Gil Duviner Jerry Tennen Bill Wilcox*
TENOR SAXOPHONE Jeffrey Freelan Ed Noy Gary Stewart
PERCUSSION Tom Gluck Paul Minnoch** Susan Willsher * Fanfare Player
** Guest Player
Susan Michaels, Artistic Director Now in its 14th year, under the direction of Susan Michaels, the Renanim Youth Singers, based in Toronto, is a pluralistic, Jewish community youth choir. Each member must win an audition in order to participate in this unique ensemble. Students develop skills and passion for choral music, an enhanced positive sense of Jewish identity, community involvement and a love of their rich Judaic heritage. Known for developing talent at its highest level, Susan Michaels brings a world of experience to the task. As an award winning high school educator, Susan Michaels was the former conductor of the Scarborough Wind Ensemble, a group of handpicked elite high school musicians who performed throughout North America. She was also a member of the Toronto Mendelssohn Choir for 17 years. Referred to as â€œThe Musical Voice of Jewish Youth,â€? the choir takes pride in its many accomplishments. Cinematically, Renanim Youth Singers has been featured in a number of documentaries. It is noteworthy that Renanim Youth Singers completed a five year recording project which resulted in the recording of over 130 songs. This coveted project, geared toward students in grades one through eight, supports and guides teachers world-wide in their instruction of Jewish prayer, songs and culture. The distribution has been remarkable reaching Jewish educators throughout North America, Europe and Israel. In addition, the choir recorded two highly acclaimed CDs. As part of the overall mission, the choir embarked on two separate tours to Israel. Both times, the travel abroad to Israel was life-changing for choir members and will be forever embedded in their memories. For information regarding membership, our high school credit program and auditions, please contact: Susan Michaels, 416.449.2296 or firstname.lastname@example.org www.renanimyouthsingers.org 12
Choir Members Rebecca Bahar Alex Barkin Jenna Bienstock Joshua Bienstock Sarit Bitnum Mindy Chapman Loren Cohen Samantha Cooper Jacob Crawford-Ritchie
Jordan Freedman Liza Gottlieb Talia Holtzman Eden Hoffer Jonah Lazar Orly Lewis Rebecca Milner Daniel Minden Aaron Nash
Leora Nash Rachel Parker Skye Rosenberg Shira Rumanek Sheps Michael Sharivker Julia Simon Samara Sone Raya Treibicz Alex Rubinoff
Accompanist, Dian Wilkie / Executive Director, Jacqueline Flinker
After graduating from York University with an Honours Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Jazz Performance, Sharon embarked on a performance career that included musical theatre, nightclubs, family Sharon Smith and corporate parties, radio and television commercials, live television appearances and liturgical Jewish repertoire in the synagogue. With the birth of her children, she became interested in early childhood music and trained to become a teacher. Sharon is currently teaching children music using the Orff method for the Toronto District School Board. A versatile performer, Sharon has sung in synagogue choirs, jazz clubs and restaurants and regularly performs in dinner theatre shows. Recently, Sharon has been performing concerts that feature the music of Yiddish theatre. Some of the local bands Sharon has sung with are: A Touch of Class, Music Machine, The Barry Stein Band, The Nova Sounds, The Saul Helman Band, The Shelley Miller Band, The Starlight Orchestra, Rick Sonata, George Kash, The Majestics, Replay, The Encore Concert Jazz Band, Big Smoke Big Band, Don Bowes Big Band, The George Lake Big Band, Danny's 11 and many others. Sharon is thrilled to be making her debut with Resaâ€™s Pieces Concert band this evening. 13
Avery T-K, age 15, has been studying ballet and other forms of dance since the age of 2. Avery has trained at the National Ballet School of Canada, Joffrey in New York, American Ballet Theatre in New York and California, the Boston Ballet at Newton and spent over a year living at the Alberta Ballet School. Avery is currently a student of the Atelier School of Ballet, the York School of Dance and Avery Molly Tarek-Kaminker the Dance Place where she is an award winning company member of the "Toronto Dance Machine". She has performed several roles in the National Ballet's Nutcracker at the Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts, Toronto and with the Alberta Ballet at the Jubilee Auditorium in Calgary. An actor and vocalist as well, in 2010, Avery held the title role in Toronto Youth Theatre's Musical Production of Charlotte's Web where she performed in black Pointe shoes. Most recently, Avery won a special "On Her Way" award for her solo at the Be Dance Competitions. Avery is currently a grade 9 student at Tanenbaum CHAT, Toronto, and teaches dance to little children during her lunch hour. Avery also performs at seniors’ homes and is excited to train with Joffrey in Los Angeles this summer where she will be studying under choreography icon Mia Michaels of “So You Think You Can Dance” fame. Avery is returning for a second year on stage with Resa's Pieces.
James Terrasi, age 15, has been studying dance since the age of 9, in a wide variety of styles such as classical ballet, jazz, lyrical, modern, tap, musical theatre, and hip hop. He has studied at Claude Watson School for the Arts, Cardinal Carter Academy for the Arts, The Dance Place, and Nexx Level Dance and Theatre Company. Throughout his years of dancing, James has performed at venues such as Massey Hall, Cringan Hall, St. Lawrence Centre for James Terrasi the Arts, Harbourfront Centre and the Westin Harbour Castle. He has also made appearances on television series such as MuchMusic Live and Think Big, and been featured at Dance Ontario’s Dance Weekend and International Dance Day. Presently, James is 14
studying as a dance major at Cardinal Carter Academy for the Arts where he completed a successful run of the Nutcracker this past December. He is also in his third year dancing at the Dance Place, being part of the award winning “Toronto’s Dance Machine” company and recently winning the “Marvelous Male Mover” award for his solo at the Luv2Dance Competition. James is very excited to be on stage for the first time with Resa’s Pieces this year.
15-year-old Ethan Colangelo is well on his way to being one of the most impressive male dancers in Ontario. He is a former student of Canada's National Ballet School (full time program) and was twice cast as "Misha", the lead roll in the National Ballet of Canada's Production of The Nutcracker. As a current member of The Dance Place's "Dance Machine", Ethan Colangelo Ethan won several 1st place awards and a scholarship during the 2013 competition season. Ethan is also an impressive vocal student and performer who joins Resa's Pieces for the first time.
Choreography “Swan Lake Suite” and “Rock, Roll and Remember” choreographed by Melissa Foesier and Melissa Souther, two of Ontario's preeminent dance instructors, choreographers and leaders of The Dance Place. This award-winning studio is dedicated to giving everyone 3 years and up, the opportunity of experiencing the art and joy of dancing. For more information please visit www.danceplace.ca
Jane Cogan President/Owner Synergy Elite All Star Cheerleading Club Inc. (416) 809-1891 email: email@example.com website: synergycheer.ca Synergy Elite Cheerleading is the brainchild of Jane Cogan. Jane wanted to locate a cheerleading club in the York region area for her daughter Chelsea to join and there were none. Jane approached Markham Gymnastics Club in 2006 and asked if the club would like a cheerleading team which she would run under their name. They agreed and at their first competition, Jane’s little team of 12 cheerleaders achieved first place. Bitten by the cheer bug, Jane eventually created her own company Synergy Elite All Star Cheerleading Club Inc. in 2007 which is located at Markham Gymnastics Club in Markham. Since then, the club has tripled in size and has gathered many wins and awards. Jane is continuing to grow as a coach and as a business woman with a focus on creating great athletes and great teams. To find out more about cheerleading please email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.synergycheer.ca. Pom Poms donated by Pro Cheer 1420 Bayly St Unit 17, Pickering, ON L1W 3R4 Phone: 905-839-9994, Email: email@example.com Resa’s Pieces greatly thanks
Give and Go Prepared Foods Corp. for generously providing your take home snack tonight!
Thank You To Our Team Resa’s Pieces would like to thank the incredible team of professionals who helped us realize tonight’s Gala evening. We extend much appreciation to Tobi Liederman, Administrative Assistant; Alex Sirota, Newpath Consulting; Grace Tetelbaun, Art Director and Administration; Shari Bricks, Director - Bond Executive Offices; and Merv Ziv, Broadway Printers. 16
Thank You To All Our Gala Sponsors For Their Incredible Support Conductors Baton Sponsor Segal LLP Encore Sponsor The Kochberg Family Finale Sponsor Samuel Kleinberg Jewellers Inc. Whole Note Sponsors Amy & Jack Hauer Carole & Harold Wolfe Bell Kearns & Associates Ltd. Hillcrest Dental Centre Killbarry Hill Construction Ltd. Parker Garber & Chesney LLP Spergel T.E. Wealth Half Note Sponsors Frisch Family Ruth & Albert Lowenberg & Family Dr. Shelly Baker Sharon J. Shapiro Broadway Printers Ltd. Harknett Musical Services NewPath Consulting Oliveira Residential Painting Resa’s Pieces Trumpet Section Robins Appleby & Taub LLP Royal International Freight Forwarders Inc. Quarter Note Sponsors Sharon & Tom Adler Ann & Wayne Caplan Adrienne & Paul Cohen Janette & Michael Diamond Mindy & David Frimer
Quarter Note Sponsors Joni & Wilf Goldlust Norma & Ernie Kirsh Ellen & Alan Levine & Family Elise & Alan Mecklinger Andy Rafelman Mary-Ann Metrick Thelman & Saul Shulman Wasserman Family Eileen & Phil Wunch Bradcon Electrical Inc. Distinctive Broadloom Encore Flooring Gluck Partnership Architects Inc. Lake Field Music Inc. Lisa Sinclair Sewing Markham Podiatry Physio Comes Home Resa’s Pieces Flute Section Resa’s Pieces Saxophone Section Eighth Note Sponsors Carol Deitcher & Devra Wasser Marilyn & David Glick Eleanor Markovitz Yasmin & Kassim Mukri Brenda & Michael Somer Judy & Jack Winberg Fashion Wear Unique Clothing & Jewellery Proudly Supported by
GLEE MEDLEY SING ALONG We Are The World We are the world, we are the children We are the ones who make a brighter day So lets start giving There's a choice we're making We're saving our own lives Its true we'll make a better day Just you and me. Stand By Me So darlin' darlin' stand by me Oh stand by me Oh stand, stand by me, stand by me Rumour Has It Rumour has it (repeat) Aquarius / Let The Sunshine In This is the dawning of the Age of Aquarius Age of Aquarius, Aquarius, Aquarius. Let the sunshine Let the sunshine in The sunshine in 18
CONCERT PROGRAMME June 11, 2013
That's Entertainment …………………………………………… arr. by Michael Story Italian Festival ………………………………………………………… arr. by Glenn Osser Mouthpiece Mania ………………..……………………………………..Ware S. Mahorn Featuring Our Trumpet Section Someone To Watch Over Me……………… Gershwin, arr. by Warren Barker Harry Musicar, clarinet A Tribute to Rodgers and Hammerstein………………… arr. by Calvin Custer Harold Wolfe, trumpet The Old Grumbly Bear…………………….. Julius Fucik, arr. by Andrew Glover Bill Wilcox, tuba Lassus Trombone……………………………………………………………. Henry Fillmore Featuring Our Trombone Section RAFFLE MENTION Rock, Roll and Remember (Salute to Dick Clark)…….. arr. by Ted Ricketts Rock and Roll Dancers: Avery Tarek-Kaminker and James Terrasi Jeff Richardson, alto saxophone INTERMISSION Sousa Classics…………………………….. John Philip Sousa, arr. by Victor Lopez Featuring Synergy Elite All Star Cheerleaders Music from Les Misérables……………………………… arr. by Michael Sweeney Swan Lake Suite……………………………………. Tchaikovsky, arr. by Mike Story Ballet Dancers: Avery Tarek-Kaminker and Ethan Colangelo Stevie Wonder in Concert……………………………………….. arr. by Paul Murtha Francine Frankel, alto saxophone; Marlene Pettit, baritone horn RAFFLE DRAW Glee Medley…………………………………………………………….. arr. by Danny Wilks Guest Soloists: Renanim Youth Singers and Sharon Smith Pop and Rock Legends: Chicago……………………...……… arr. by John Wasson Lorne Spivak, trumpet Programme Subject to Change 19
Best Wishes and Continued Success To Resaâ€™s Pieces! 23
Bravo On Another Fun Concert! Dr. Shelly Baker, D.D.S. 2065 Dundas St. E Suite 109 Mississauga, Ont. 905-265-9091
Good Luck and Best Wishes on Your 14th Gala Concert!
We Thank Our Fans and Families For Their Support! Resaâ€™s Pieces Trumpet Section
Congratulations and Best Wishes To Resa And All Her Talented Pieces! Ruth & Albert Lowenberg & Family
Proud To Support Resaâ€™s Pieces! 27
Resaâ€™s Pieces Board of Directors Ruthie Fishman - President Ed Noy - Vice President Ken Lebow - Treasurer Janice Chesney - Secretary
Francine Frankel - Secretary Ruth Levenstein Debra Waisglass Harold Wolfe
RAFFLE PRIZES 1st Prize - Continue the Evening Sparkle! Value $ 5,000 18K White Gold Ladies Diamond Ring 63 Baguette Cut Channel Set Diamonds Donated by Samuel Kleinberg Jewellers Inc. 2nd Prize - It's About You! Value $ 1,100 1 hour Interior Decorating Consultation - Lesley Kroach Design Original Art Piece "The Red Piano" - Allan Kroch Michael Aram Decorative Bowl - ELTE Wash, Cut and Blow Dry - Violet Blonde Salon, Yorkville Two 1 Month Personal Training Sessions - Markham Strength 3rd Prize - That's Entertainment! Value $ 564 2 Tickets - Ed Mirvish Theatre, The Wizard of Oz, July 3, 2013 Overnight Hotel Stay - One King West, July 3, 2013 Dinner for Two - Glow Fresh Grill and Wine Bar, Don Mills 4th Prize - That's Entertainment Too! Value $ 385 2 Concert Tickets - Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Choice of Dates Dinner for Two - Pickle Barrel 3 Cookbooks - Rose Reisman, The Art of Living Well Raffle Volunteers Jonah Aaron, Noah Aaron, Talia Aaron, Braden Brock, Michayla Buium, Alexa Charlat, Maxwell Charlat, Seth Gordon, Ethan Leahy, Laila Mackenzie, Ryan Mandel, Alanna Mandel, Christian Sarmiento, Nicholas Sarmiento, Julia Sinclair, William Sinclair, Christine Wu 28
We Salute Resa For Her Enthusiasm, Energy And Direction. Best Wishes On Our 14th Gala Tonight! The Resaâ€™s Pieces Saxophone Section
Best Wishes On Your 14th Gala Tonight! Norma & Ernie Kirsh
BEST WISHES ON YOUR 14 Marvelous Years…
14TH GALA TONIGHT!
and the Beat Goes On!
Alan and Ellen Levine and Family
The Wasserman Family
Congratulations and Best Wishes to Resa’s Pieces On Another Great Year! Joni and Wilf Goldlust
Congratulations to Resa and Her Pieces! Molly & Ben Would Be Proud. Frim & Min
Congratulations and Continued Success!
Bravo On Another Fun Concert! Eileen & Phil Wunch
Proud To Be Affiliated With Resaâ€™s Pieces!
Congratulations And Continued Success!
Proud To Support Resaâ€™s Pieces!
Sharon & Tom Adler
Andy Rafelman Macquarie Private Wealth
Ending The Season On A High Note! The Fabulous Flute Section
Love Ya Resa! Janette & Michael Diamond
Best Wishes To Resa’s Pieces & Mom On Your 14th Gala!
Ira Kochberg 416.726.1395 firstname.lastname@example.org
Come Blow Your Horn! Congratulating Mary-Ann
Proud To Support Resa’s Pieces! Ann & Wayne Caplan
Congratulations And Continued Success! Thelma & Saul Shulman
Best Wishes On Your 14th Gala Tonight! Elise and Alan Mecklinger
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