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Holiday Pops

Featuring the Missoula Symphony Orchestra & Chorale

DECEMBER 7 & 8, 2019


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On Christmas Day ............Traditional, arr. Steven Amundson Christmas Memories ........................................ arr. Bruce Chase Candlelight Carol .....................................................John Rutter Music from FROZEN ..........................Kristen Anderson-Lopez & Robert Lopez Arr. Bob Krogstad Deck the Halls ........................ Traditional, arr. James McKelvy Carol to the King ............................................ arr. Mack Wilberg INTERMISSION The Christmas Song ...................... Mel Torme & Robert Wells, arr. Bob Lowden Hanukkah Fiddle Rondo ................................... Daniel Bukvich Margaret Nichols Baldridge, solo violin ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas ................... arr. Brad Ross The Many Moods of Christmas, Suite One ... arr. Robert Shaw & Robert Russell Bennett Hospitality provided by:

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GORDON JOHNSON Guest Conductor During his thirty-five year tenure as conductor of the Great Falls Symphony, Gordon Johnson has been known for his energetic performances and dynamic leadership. In addition to his responsibilities in Great Falls, Maestro Johnson continues to maintain a busy schedule having guest conducting engagements with orchestras throughout the United States, Canada, England, Japan, Germany and France. In February 2009 Johnson was invited by the United States State Department to conduct an American music program with the National Philharmonic of Moldova. Johnson has served as the music director of the Glacier Symphony (MT) from 1982 to 1997 and later of the Mesa Symphony (AZ) from 1997 to 2005. He served as the director of orchestras at the Red Lodge Music Festival (MT) from 2006 to 2011. In addition to the Great Falls Symphony he is conductor emeritus of the Great Falls Youth Orchestra where he was directly involved in the training future generations of orchestral musicians. He is past President of the Military Affairs Committee and continues to serve as a member of the Board of Directors. In 2012 he was awarded the Distinguished Patriot Medal by the Department of Military Affairs Adjutant General of the State of Montana. During his many years of concertizing Johnson has served as accompanist to many superb musicians including world renowned artists Yo Yo Ma, Itzhak Perlman, Midori, Sir James Galway, Evelyn Glennie and Joshua Bell. He has collaborated in concert with many of America’s most popular artists including Art Garfunkel, Amy Grant, Trisha Yearwood, Kansas, America, Lee Ann Rimes and Charlie Daniels. The Missoula Symphony Orchestra & Chorale collaborated with Johnson on “Play Me Montana”, a musical symphony written by Montana native and songwriter, Tim Ryan. Our musicians look forward to again playing under Maestro Johnson’s baton!

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DeaN PeteRSON Chorale Director Dean Peterson has served as Director of the Missoula Symphony Chorale since 2006. In 2011, he retired from his position as Director of Choirs at Hellgate High School, where he taught for 25 years. He served as interim Director of Choirs at the University of Montana for the 2011–2012 academic year, and has served as conductor of the Missoula Mendelssohn Club since 2011. He currently works with the College Music Society as Coordinator of Community Outreach and Careers. Dean received his Bachelor degrees in Music Education and Piano Performance from the University of Montana, and his Masters degree in Music Education with Kodaly emphasis from Holy Names College in Oakland, CA. In 1987 he co-founded the Missoula Youth Choir and co-directed the group in all eight of their performances in the Missoula International Choral Festival. In 1992 he was selected to sing in the Robert Shaw Choral Workshop and Performance of the Beethoven Missa Solemnis in Carnegie Hall. In 1997 he received a $25,000 National Milken Educator of the Year Award, and in 2004 his Hellgate Chevaliers were selected to perform at the Northwest Convention of the American Choral Directors Association in Boise, Idaho. Dean was recognized by the National Federation of High Schools as the 20102011 Outstanding Music Educator for Montana and the Northwest region. In March 2011, he was named Missoula Arts Educator of the Year by the Missoula Cultural Council and he received the 2011 Distinguished Service Award for the Montana Music Educators Association. In March 2014, Dean was honored by the University of Montana in the annual Odyssey of the Stars. He is a member and past president of the Montana Choral Directors Association, a member of the Montana Music Educators Association, and a member of the Board of Directors for the Missoula International Choral Festival. He and his wife, Dorothy have been very active musically in Missoula for over 30 years and are the proud parents of two children: Ross and Elin.

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PReSiDeNt’S MeSSaGe Jim Valeo As you know, we are in the middle of a Music Director search this year. Lots of work for everyone—our MSA Board, our search committee, our staff, our musicians having to adapt to a new Music Director each concert cycle, our Chorale being involved in several concerts with a broad variety of repertoire and you, our audiences, adapting to a new conductor each concert series and being asked to assist in the evaluation of each. Now, it’s Holiday Pops—familiar music, a familiar guest conductor, lots of lovely Chorale involvement, and no one has to evaluate anything or anyone—just plain enjoyment of what we love—symphonic music. As you also know, the costs of providing this entertainment product to you continue to increase. As this is also the season of giving, we provide you with several opportunities to give to your Missoula Symphony and Chorale. • You should have received our end of the year appeal letter. The appeal is one of our most important fundraising opportunities. Please be generous. • Our trip raffle ends after intermission at the Sunday evening concert when the winner will be selected. There are still some chances (although the number is limited) available in the rotunda until the end of Sunday evening’s intermission and there is even a cash machine to make participation easy. Take a chance on a trip you never even thought about doing—and one that could be the trip of a lifetime. • Finally, we have the encore auction at intermission in this concert. You get to vote for the encore of your choice for this concert. Board members have kicked off the auction by betting an average of $400 per person for their favorite choice. Lots of great music and lots of fun with wishes for a most happy Christmas and Holiday season to you all.

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Executive Director’s Message Jo May Salonen Season’s Greetings! As we push the pause button on our search for a new Music Director (but only until January!) we are delighted to ring in the holiday season with all of you, as we present our annual Holiday Pops tradition! People tell us this concert weekend marks the beginning of many holiday celebrations in December, and we would have to agree! I know it’s a busy time of the year but we are grateful you took some time to spend your weekend with us - and Mr. and Mrs. Claus, of course! Your continued support of the Missoula Symphony Orchestra & Chorale is meaningful and appreciated. Thank you and Happy Holidays! Jo May Salonen Executive Director, Missoula Symphony Association

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GoRdon Johnson, Guest Conductor Music Director’s Chair sponsored by Rick & Diana Nash FIRST VIOLIN Margaret Nichols Baldridge, concertmaster Chair sponsored by Janet & Harry Haines Wes Douglas, acting associate concertmaster Chair sponsored in honor of M. Stephen Rasch and Lonye Rasch Linda Lacey, acting assistant concertmaster Janet Allison Camas Allison-Bunnell Sally Daer Suzanne Hartzell Nancy Lofgren Kohler Edwin Mellander Emily Rogers+ SECOND VIOLIN Kira Lee, acting principal Chair sponsored by Laura Patterson Pam Hillygus, associate principal Natalie Grieco, assistant principal Ken Ballinger Anneliese Broman Claudia Christensen Patricia Forsberg Will Hunt Julie Lacey Maddi Ogle Patrick Shannon VIOLA Colleen Hunter, principal Chair sponsored by Mary Ann & Robert Moseley Martha Ballard Thayer, assistant principal Chair sponsored by Robert & Carol Seim Jodi Allison-Bunnell Shelby Blum Leslie Collins Rose Bayley Ginnaty+ Kathryn Mellander Christine Wallace Richard Wells Ryan Zoani+ CELLO Adam Collins, principal Chair sponsored by Dan & Sophia Lambros Christine Sopko, assistant principal Chair sponsored by Louisa & Paul Axelrod Susan Anderson Joan Chesebro Dawn Douglass David Harmsworth+

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Sage Johns Tait Kuchenbrod DOUBLE BASS Ryan Davis, acting principal Chair sponsored by Richard & Alice Dailey Martha Ilgenfritz William James Michael Johns Thomas Sciple Nicholas Timmerhoff FLUTE Joanna Martin Berg, principal Chair sponsored by Laura & Mark Haythornthwaite Lauren Reineking PICCOLO Julia Vasquez OBOE Susi Stipich, principal Chair sponsored by Jennifer & Ben Yonce Jennifer Gookin Cavanaugh ENGLISH HORN Jennifer Gookin Cavanaugh, principal Chair sponsored by Jo May & Brian Salonen CLARINET Christopher Kirkpatrick, principal Chair sponsored by Sue & John Talbot Rebecca Speranza

TROMBONE Joshua Hungate, acting principal Chair sponsored by Frank & Maggie Allen James Standish Lexi Vine TUBA Benedict Kirby, principal Chair sponsored by Pam Gardiner & Lyle Geurts TIMPANI Robert LedBetter, principal Chair sponsored by Michael and Traci Punke PERCUSSION Samuel McKenzie, assistant principal Rosie Cerquone Joe Nickell Tyler Ulrich HARP Peggy Young, principal Chair sponsored by Maria & Peter van Loben Sels PIANO Christopher Hahn, principal Chair sponsored by Twila Wolfe Librarian Suzanne Hartzell Personnel Manager Susi Stipich

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BASSOON Alicia L. McLean, principal Chair sponsored by Bill & Jean Woessner Logan Beskoon

*Members of the string sections are listed alphabetically. Seating is rotated for each concert.

HORN Zachary Cooper, principal Chair sponsored by Betsy & Warren Wilcox Rory Anderson, assistant Andrew Morris Daniel Lande Robert B. Green TRUMPET Brendan McGlynn, principal Chair sponsored by Ann & Tom Boone James Smart Nick Barr

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DEAN PETERSON, Chorale Director Chorale Director’s Chair sponsored by Doug & Caryl Klein Dorothy Beck Peterson, Accompanist SOPRANO Erin Bray Lisa Buseman Lisa Corrigan Kristen Cottom Toni Evans Ellen Fiscus Jamie Frost Gina Hegg Ursula Holloway Julie McFarlane Janet Palmer Elizabeth Putnam Hannah Rostocki Lucy Ruediger Janet Seidel Ann Sharkey Laurie Simonson Cindy Spangler Erika Sylvester Beth Taylor Wilson Blair Weinert Deborah Woody Mary Louise Zapp-Knapp ALTO Melissa Blunt Alicia Bullock Muth Karen Callan Rebecca Canfield-Perkowski Abigail Carey

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TENOR Tom Bensen Kyle Bocinsky Bruce Bowler Gary Bowman Craig Brown Chuck Bryson Daniel Cook Tyler Guidoni Don McCammon Lucas Mesenko Gerald Mueller Philip O’Connell John Patterson

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pREsidEnt Jim Valeo

patRon sERVicEs cooRdinatoR Kirsten McGlynn

VicE pREsidEnt Julie Tomasik

dEVElopMEnt cooRdinatoR Beth Woody

tREasuRER Ben Yonce

Education cooRdinatoR Sylvia Allen Oman

sEcREtaRy Bill Johnston

spEcial EVEnts and pRoJEcts Deborah Woody

past pREsidEnt Ed Wetherbee

intERns Olivia Adams Rory Anderson

diREctoRs Adam Collins, Andrew George, Mark Haythornthwaite, Theresa Johnson, Bill Johnston, Robin Kendall, Celeste Peterson, Deborah Stapley-Graham, Jeff Vandergrift EXEcutiVE diREctoR Jo May Salonen choRalE diREctoR Dean Peterson diREctoR oF opERations Peter McKenzie

EMERitus BoaRd oF diREctoRs Tom Boone Robert Homer Caryl Klein Sophie Lambros Mora Payne Carol Seim John Talbot Marci Valeo The Missoula Symphony Association is a member of the Montana Association of Symphony Orchestras and the League of American Orchestras.

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The MSA is grateful to the following patrons for their generous gifts. Listed below are contributions of $50 or more within 12 months of November 11, 2019. We apologize for any omissions or errors.

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Janene Caywood Conflux Brewing Company Ruth Ann Duperron Jacqueline Elam Maria Francis- In Memory of Margrit Syroid James & Dian Free Elena Furrow Beth Hart Evelyn Henry Christine Jackson Wendy Lambert Fran Lawrence Richard Legon Karla Long In Honor of Donald L. McCammon In Memory of M/Sgt. Barbara L. McCammon Melanie L. Miller Toni & Bob Ogg Al Ostrander Lorraine Pankratz Barb & Art Pencek Terry Quinn Gay Rushmer Dick & Laela Shimer Beeb & Michelle Smith Nita Smith Kristen Sohlberg Traci Sylte Walter Wilde Dennis & Karen Workman MEMORIAL DONATIONS The following individuals have

made donations to the Missoula Symphony Association in memory of loved ones in the past 12 months. Banna Financial Advisors - In Memory of Ina Pearson Kurz Barbara Blegen – in memory of Dorothy & Hal Blegen Ann & Tom Boone – in memory of Don Habbe Anne Frugoli – in memory of Marie Boss Tim Edwards & Gayle Hudgins – in memory of Jim Clapp Donald O. Johnston – in memory of Virginia Johnston Doug & Caryl Klein – in memory of Sonia Jarrett Everett & Marilyn Leitzke – in memory of Sonia Jarrett Celeste Pogachar – in memory of Virginia Vinal Lans & Amber Richardson – in memory of Virginia Vinal Linda J. Rockwell – in memory of John F. Tibbs Jenni and Dan Santopietro - in memory of Jean Campbell Margaret & Katherine Smurr – in memory of Jim Clapp David Tepper – in memory of Jim Clapp Robert & Susan Wefald – in memory of Sonia Jarrett

RBC Wealth Management is proud to sponsor the Missoula Symphony Gary Kiemele, Senior Vice President – Financial Advisor Consulting Group – Directors Council (406) 829-4611 | (866) 394-0672 www.garykiemele.com | gary.kiemele@rbc.com Managing wealth with integrity and purpose. Non-deposit investment products: • Not FDIC insured • Not bank guaranteed • May lose value ©  RBC Wealth Management, a division of RBC Capital Markets, LLC, Member NYSE/FINRA/SIPC.

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MONTANA SUZUKI INSTITUTE PRESENTED BY THE MISSOULA SYMPHONY ASSOCIATION

The Suzuki Method is based on the principle that all children possess ability that can be developed and enhanced through a nurturing environment. Though the Suzuki method enables children to play music to a high standard, and many Suzuki-trained students have become highly acclaimed professional musicians, the training of professionals is not the aim: the emphasis throughout is on the development of the whole child. The goal is to develop a supportive community around our children – one in which parents and teachers work together to ensure that the full potential of every child is developed. Mr. Suzuki’s vision was “education that inculcates, brings out, develops the human potential... that all children on this globe may become fine human beings, happy people of superior ability, for I am convinced that all children are born with this potential.” We are proud and honored to present the Montana Suzuki Institute; offering musical instruction of the highest quality to children of all ages in a nurturing environment that brings families together. Your support in any amount will make a meaningful impact on the Montana Suzuki Institute. Thank you!

MONTANA SUZUKI INSTITUTE SUPPORTERS The MSA is grateful to the following patrons for their generous gifts. Listed below are contributions of $25 or more within 12 months of November 11, 2019. We apologize for any omissions or errors.

SHINICHI CIRCLE – ($5,000+)

MINUET – ($150 - $299)

SPONSOR – ($2,000 - $4,999)

GAVOTTE – ($50 - $149) KD Dickinson Home ReSource Felix & Trish Petrilli

SUSTAINER – ($1,000 - $1,999) CONCERTO – ($500 - $999) Max & Betty Swanson Foundation

TWINKLE – ($25 - $49) Jo May & Brian Salonen

BOUREE – ($300 - $499) Russ & Jane Piazza Peter & Maria van Loben Sels

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GREAT MUSIC BEGINS WITH Y

PLANNED GIVING PLEASE CONSIDER THE MISSOULA SYMPHONY ASSOCIATION IN YOUR PLANNED GIVING.

BEQUESTS Please consider naming the Missoula Symphony Association (MSA) in your Will and/or Trust.

RETIREMENT FUND GIFT IRA contributions can be made directly to the MSA*, are not taxable to the donor and the MSA receives the full amount of your gift.

ENDOWMENT TAX CREDIT The Missoula Symphony Association has a permanent endowment to provide financial stability for decades into the future. Under Montana law, a contribution to our endowment can benefit you with a very generous tax credit.* *Subject to federal and state tax regulations

For more information on leaving a cultural legacy, contact Interim Executive Director Jo May Salonen at (406) 721-3194 or jomay@missoulsymphony.org. (Your legal, tax and financial advisor(s) can help you accomplish your philanthropic & estate planning goals.)

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H YOU, NOW AND FOREVER.

DONATIONS/SPONSORSHIPS I’VE ENCLOSED MY TAX-DEDUCTIBLE GIFT TO THE MISSOULA SYMPHONY ASSOCIATION. $

Maestro ($25,000)

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Patron ($250–$449)

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Conductor ($5,000–$24,999)

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Associate ($100–$249)

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Sponsor ($1,000–$4,999)

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Member ($50–$99)

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Benefactor ($600–$999)

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Friend ($49 & under)

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Contributor ($450–$599)

Visit WWW.MISSOULASYMPHONY.ORG and click the SUPPORT US button to find out more ways to give.

Name(s): ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Address: _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ City: State: Zip: ____ Phone: Email address: ____________________________________________ ❑ Check enclosed ❑ Visa ❑ MasterCard ❑ Discover Credit Card #: _____________________________________________________________________________________ Exp. Date: Signature: Please return this form with your contribution to: MSA, P.O. Box 8301, Missoula, MT 59807 The Missoula Symphony Association is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, federal tax ID #81-0290730. All donations are 100% tax-deductible.

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Peggy Peschel - Mountainwood Estates

BEVERAGES/FOOD Big Dipper Ice Cream Bravo Catering Caffe Dolce Conflux Brewing Company Covered Wagon Hotdogs El Cazador Good Food Store Pita Pit Sweet Peaks Ice Cream

Polleys Square

FINANCIAL & INVESTMENT D.A. Davidson & Company First Interstate Bank First Security Bank Merrill Lynch Missoula Federal Credit Union Park Side Credit Union RBC Wealth Management S.G. Long & Company Stockman Bank U.S. Bank PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Allegiance Benefit Plan Management ATTICrrg Christian Samson, P.L.L.C. Garlington, Lohn & Robinson. P.L.L.P. Langel & Associates

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ScHOLaRSHiP FuND Continuing the grand tradition of the Missoula Symphony Guild, the Missoula Symphony Scholarship Fund is dedicated to providing scholarships for outstanding University of Montana music students who play in the Missoula Symphony Orchestra or sing in the Missoula Symphony Chorale. This year, the Missoula Symphony Association will award a total of $6,500 in scholarships to five talented young musicians. This commitment is possible thanks to the generosity of the individuals listed below. Every penny of their donations goes directly to scholarships. Our 2019-2020 scholarship recipients are noted on the Orchestra Roster with a “+” sign.

ScHOLaRSHiP FuND SuPPORteRS The MSA is grateful to the following patrons for their generous gifts. Listed below are contributions of $25 or more within 12 months of November 11, 2019. We apologize for any omissions or errors.

PRESTISSIMO ($500+) Janet Boyer PRESTO ($250 - $499) Anita Kurtz Magee Carol Word Mary & David Wesley VIVACE ($100 – $249) Anonymous Tom & Ann Boone Hope Campbell Cathy Capps & Tom Rickard Jane Dennison Donald & Shirley Hyndman Dan & Sophia Lambros Dorothea & George Lambros Karen & Jerry McConnell Karen A. Orzech Sara Alice Steubs

Linda Stoudt John & Sue Talbot Jim & Marci Valeo Dr. & Mrs. F. L. Whitsell Betsy & Warren Wilcox William & Jean Woessner ALLEGRO ($50 - $99) Brenda Bolton Betty Christian Karin Dague Jim & Kay Driscoll Marlene Koch William & Sarah Towle ANDANTE ($25 - $49) Jo May & Brian Salonen Carol Stovall

To be a part of the Missoula Symphony Scholarship Fund, contact the Symphony Office at 721-3194, or mail a check payable to Missoula Symphony Scholarship Fund to PO Box 8301, Missoula 59807. Donations are 100% tax-deductible.

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