JULY 2019 Glorya Kaufman Presents Dance at The Music Center
The Royal Ballet
Choreography Kenneth MacMillan Music Franz Liszt
Mayerling. Lauren Cuthbertson as Mary Vetsera and Thiago Soares as Rudolf ÂŠ ROH, 2018. Photographed by Helen Maybanks.
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ur 2018/2019 season of Glorya Kaufman Presents Dance at The Music Center — a program of TMC Arts, The Music Center's programming engine — has been a remarkable one, with an array of fearless, dynamic contemporary and classical performances that could be seen only at The Music Center. We conclude the current season on an enormous high with two back-to-back weekends featuring the talents of the internationally renowned ballet company, The Royal Ballet. It is an honor to present The Royal Ballet — a company that has not been seen in Los Angeles for more than two decades — and to witness some of the ballet world’s top stars dance Kenneth MacMillan’s historically powerful Mayerling during the first part of the company’s Los Angeles return. We will have a second opportunity to experience The Royal Ballet and to see the dancers morph their classical sensibilities into two nights of contemporary performances as they join their resident choreographer Wayne McGregor and his company, Company Wayne McGregor, next weekend on July 12 and 13 with Adès & McGregor: A Dance Collaboration. What a wonderful way to kick off the summer with two “sizzling” dance engagements at The Music Center! A signature work of The Royal Ballet, Mayerling expands and deepens the genre of narrative classical ballet. These performances are a true testament to the strength and emotional power of the dancers. The Royal Ballet shows us how dancers can extend beyond challenging choreography to deliver performances of passionate intensity not often experienced in ballet. At the same time, Mayerling is technically challenging: MacMillan is known for his extraordinarily beautiful, albeit difficult pas de deux, as well as the creation of some of the most demanding, complex male roles in the ballet canon. Although classical in nature, The Royal Ballet’s performance seems to rip the storyline from today’s headlines instead of the 19 th century, making Mayerling’s exploration of the human condition relevant to our times. I hope you enjoy the performance and that you will join us next weekend as the LA Phil returns to The Music Center’s Dorothy Chandler Pavilion for the first time since its move to The Music Center's Walt Disney Concert Hall for our co-presentation of Adès & McGregor: A Dance Collaboration, featuring two dance world premieres. Our 2019/2020 dance season starts on October 24, 2019, as the Mariinsky Ballet returns to The Music Center with George Balanchine’s Jewels, acknowledged as the first great abstract work of classical ballet. Our upcoming season is a visionary, masterful, daring one with something for everyone, from Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch and the return of Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, to the debut performance at The Music Center of Teatro alla Scala Ballet Company. I hope you will join me on a journey that will showcase a range of performances from artistic heritage to modern expression. More information and season subscriptions can be found at musiccenter.org As always, I value your support and welcome your ideas. Warmly,
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Glorya Kaufman Presents Dance at The Music Center Presents
The Royal Ballet July 5–7 Mayerling BALLET IN THREE ACTS Choreography Kenneth MacMillan Music Franz Liszt Arranged and Orchestrated by John Lanchbery Designer Nicholas Georgiadis Scenario Gillian Freeman Lighting Designer John B. Read Staging Christopher Saunders Ballet Masters Gary Avis Ricardo Cervera Assistant Ballet Mistress Sian Murphy Conductor Koen Kessels
Support for this presentation is provided, in part, by: Glorya Kaufman Dance Foundation Center Dance Arts • Dorothy Buffum Chandler Program Fund • Elisabeth Katte Harris The Music Center Foundation • The Music Center Annual Fund Mayerling. Natalia Osipova as Mary Vetsera and Ryoichi Hirano as Rudolf. © ROH, 2018. Photographed by Helen Maybanks.
MESSAGE FROM HRH THE PRINCE OF WALES
SYNOPSIS ACT I Crown Prince Rudolf of Austria-Hungary is emotionally unstable and haunted by his obsession with death. For political reasons, he is forced to marry Princess Stephanie. At the celebratory ball, he behaves badly towards her, flirting with Princess Louise. Marie Larisch tries to revive her affair with Rudolf. He visits his mother, the Empress, in her apartments and attempts to engage her sympathies. He then forces himself on Stephanie, terrifying her with a revolver. ACT II A visit to a notorious tavern is interrupted by a police raid. Mitzi Caspar betrays Rudolf’s presence to the Prime Minister. Marie Larisch introduces him to a new mistress, Mary Vetsera, a young woman who shares his morbid fascination. Marie Larisch encourages the relationship on both sides, conveying a letter from Mary to Rudolf at a birthday party for the Emperor. Rudolf and Mary meet in secret. ACT III At a shoot in the countryside, Rudolf kills a courtier and almost wounds the Emperor. Back in his apartments, Rudolf asks Mary to die with him. At the hunting lodge Mayerling, Rudolf is drinking with friends. When they leave, Mary arrives. She and Rudolf form a suicide pact. They make love before Rudolf shoots first Mary and then himself. The royal family covers up the tragedy.
ORCHESTRA VIOLIN I Roberto Cani Concertmaster
Margaret Wooten Olivia Tsui Dongfang Ouyang Lucinda Chiu Cheryl Kim Kevin Connolly VIOLIN II Loránd Lokuszta Principal
Florence Titmus Associate Principal
Leslie Katz Michele Kikuchi Cynthia Moussas Tina Chang Qu Elizabeth Hedman Eun-Mee Ahn Susan Rishik VIOLAS Shawn Mann Principal
Andrew Picken Associate Principal
Kate Vincent Alma Fernandez Carolyn Riley Aaron Oltman Karolina Naziemiec
CELLOS Helen Z. Altenbach
HORNS Steven Becknell
Daniel Kelley Jenny Kim James Atkinson
Marshall McDaniel Maggie Edmondson Joo Lee Erin Breene BASSES Nathan Farrington Principal
Frances Liu Wu Assoc. Principal
Don Ferrone Tim Eckert James Bergman FLUTES Amy Tatum Principal
Angela Wiegand Sarah Weisz OBOES Leslie Reed Principal
Breana Gilcher Ted Sugata CLARINETS Stuart Clark Principal
Laura Stoutenborough Steve Roberts BASSOONS William May Principal
Mayerling. Sarah Lamb as Mary Vetsera. ROH, 2017. Photo by Alice Pennefather.
TRUMPETS David Washburn Principal
Marissa Bendict Andrew Ulyate TROMBONES William Booth Principal
Alvin Veeh Terry Cravens TUBA James Self Principal
HARP JoAnn Turovsky Principal
TIMPANI Gregory Goodall Principal
PERCUSSION Theresa Dimond Principal
John Wakefield Scott Higgins ORCHESTRA PERSONNEL MANAGER Brady Steel
SINGERS Molly Jane Hill Mezzo-Soprano
Karen Hogle Brown* Cover Mezzo-Soprano
*Members of AGMA appear through the courtesy of the American Guild of Musical Artists, AFL-CIO
MESSAGE FROM THE COMPANY We are delighted to return to Los Angeles for the first time in 24 years with two programmes here at The Music Center that celebrate the vitality and virtuosity of dancers with The Royal Ballet and Company Wayne McGregor. Our visit includes the electrically charged anticipation of two world premieres. The first programme we present is Mayerling by Kenneth MacMillan, Principal Choreographer of The Royal Ballet and a visionary creative of 20 th-century ballet. His legacy is contrasted with the compelling work of our current Resident Choreographer Wayne McGregor in an unprecedented collaboration with two other forces of the contemporary arts scene, composer-conductor Thomas Adès and artist Tacita Dean. MacMillan’s thrilling 1978 masterpiece Mayerling created one of the most demanding and rewarding roles in the repertory for a male dancer with the complex character of Prince Rudolf. With an emotionally-charged score by Franz Liszt and period designs by Nicholas Georgiadis, Rudolf’s dissipated decline is set brilliantly against the crumbling, oppressive Austro-Hungarian court, a tragedy of both personal and political proportions. We convey special thanks to Aud Jebsen for her incredibly generous support of the 2018/19 Royal Ballet Season, and to Susan A. Olde OBE for her vision and philanthropy towards The Royal Ballet tour to Los Angeles. We extend enormous gratitude to Rachel Moore and her team at The Music Center. I would like to give particular thanks to the American Friends of Covent Garden, John McGinn and Cary Davis, Beth Madison, Nancy Peck Green, Sherry and Michael Guthrie, John G. Turner and Jerry G. Fischer, and Alan G. Levin. And my thanks also to our most loyal Royal Ballet supporters in the United Kingdom who have made this tour possible: Ian and Helen Andrews, David Campain, Deborah Cowles, Dr. Gwen Lewis and Dr. Jonathan Holliday, Lady Pitman, Rebecca Rogers, Kristina Rogge, Janine Roxborough Bunce, Eric Tomsett, Adrienne Waterfield, and Peter Harrison and Fiona Willis.
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Kevin O'Hare Director, The Royal Ballet
THE ROYAL BALLET ON TOUR KENNETH MACMILLAN CHOREOGRAPHER Kenneth MacMillan was born in Dunfermline and discovered ballet while evacuated in Rutford during World War II. At age 15, he forged a letter from his father to Ninette de Valois, requesting an audition. He joined Sadler’s Wells School on a full scholarship, later entering the Company. He created his first major work, Danses concertantes, in 1955 and went on to become one of the world’s leading choreographers. His ballets are distinguished by their penetrating psychological insight and expressive use of classical language. These qualities are demonstrated in his many works for The Royal Ballet, which include Romeo and Juliet, Gloria, Manon, Mayerling and Requiem. He was Director of The Royal Ballet from 1970–1977 and Principal Choreographer from 1977–1992. Positions away from the Company included Director of Deutsche Oper Ballet Berlin (1966–1969) and Associate Director of American Ballet Theatre (1984–1990). He continued to create masterpieces throughout his life, including The Prince of the Pagodas (1989) and his last work The Judas Tree in 1992. He died backstage at the Royal Opera House during a revival of Mayerling. KEVIN O’HARE DIRECTOR OF THE ROYAL BALLET Born in Yorkshire, Kevin O'Hare trained at The Royal Ballet School and, through an exchange programme at Royal Danish Ballet. On graduating he joined Sadler’s Wells Royal Ballet and was promoted to Principal in 1990, the year the company became Birmingham Royal Ballet. Performing across the UK and worldwide, he danced all the leading classical roles including Siegfried, Florimund, Albrecht and Romeo and major works by Ashton, Balanchine, Cranko, MacMillan, Van Manen, Tharp and Tudor. He worked with Ashton, De Valois, MacMillan, Bintley and Wright, among others, creating many roles. He retired from dancing in 2000 and trained in company management at the Royal Shakespeare Company. He returned to the Birmingham Royal Ballet as Company Manager in 2001 and joined The Royal Ballet as Company Manager in 2004. He was appointed Administrative Director in 2009 and Director in 2012. He is a governor of The Royal Ballet School and on the board of Northern Ballet and the Royal Academy of Dance. In 2014 he was awarded an honorary doctorate from the University of Hull. He was appointed a CBE in 2018. KOEN KESSELS MUSIC DIRECTOR Music Director of The Royal Ballet since September 2015, Koen Kessels has also been Music Director of Birmingham Royal Ballet since 2010. He made his Royal Ballet debut in 2008, conducting ballets including The Nutcracker, Giselle and the world premieres of Raven Girl, Untouchable, Woolf Works, Strapless and Frankenstein. He appears regularly with Paris Opéra and has conducted for companies including NYCB, La Monnaie, Brussels, Théâtre du Capitole de Toulouse, Dutch National Ballet, Vienna State Opera, Teatro dell’Opera di Roma, Teatro Real, Madrid, Opera Vlaanderen and New National Theatre, Tokyo. His opera repertory includes Mozart, Verdi, Puccini and Britten, Saariaho’s L’Amour de loin (Antwerp) and Hosokawa’s Hanjo (Brussels). He is artistic director of HERMESensemble and Inspiratum, on the artistic direction team at the Royal Conservatory of Antwerp and an honorary professor at the University of Birmingham. CHRISTOPHER SAUNDERS REHEARSAL DIRECTOR AND PRINCIPAL CHARACTER ARTIST Born in Gosport, Christopher Saunders trained with Joan Stevenson. He made his professional debut at age nine in Gypsy with Angela Lansbury. In 1975, he joined The Royal Ballet School, graduating into the Company in 1983. He was promoted to Soloist in 1991, and Principal Character Artist in 1997. He was appointed Ballet Master in 2001 and Rehearsal Director in 2017. His repertory includes Don Quixote, Lord Capulet, Drosselmeyer, Von Rothbart, Monsieur G.M., Kostcheï and Tsar (Anastasia). He created roles in Tombeaux, Love’s Fool, The Seven Deadly Sins and Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. Since becoming Ballet Master, he has rehearsed and staged many of the ballets in the Company’s repertory. He has also staged productions for ballet companies in Europe, Japan and the USA.
PRINCIPAL CHARACTER ARTISTS
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Patron HM The Queen
Director Kevin O’Hare CBE
Artistic Associate Christopher Wheeldon
President HRH The Prince of Wales
Music Director and Conductor Koen Kessels
Vice-President The Lady Sarah Chatto
Resident Choreographer Wayne McGregor
Chief Executive, The Royal Opera House Alex Beard CBE
PRINCIPALS Matthew Ball Federico Bonelli Alexander Campbell Lauren Cuthbertson Francesca Hayward Ryoichi Hirano Nehemiah Kish Sarah Lamb Steven McRae Laura Morera Vadim Muntagirov Yasmine Naghdi Marianela Nuñez Natalia Osipova Thiago Soares Akane Takada Edward Watson
Gemma Pitchley-Gale Joseph Sissens Leticia Stock Gina Storm-Jensen Lara Turk David Yudes
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Chartered Physiotherapists Gemma Hilton Robin Vellosa
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Assistant Technical Director Gary Mardon Lighting Manager Simon Bennison Senior Stage Manager Johanna Adams Farley Deputy Stage Manager Sarah Woodward
Stage Technicians Elliott Blackwell Sean Faharty LX Technicians Angela Anson Peter Didier Follow-spot Operator Adam Camp Prop Technician Sarah McPhail Sound Engineers Giuseppe Lubrano Gareth Shelton Production Manager Emily Moran-Seekings Armourer Max Brown Head of Costume Fay Fullerton Costume Supervisor Victoria James Head of Ladies Workroom Catriona Paterson Assistant Head of the Dye Department Lorraine Grice Head of Costume Performance Support Oliver Greatrex Costume Performance Support Rossella D’Agostino Elizabeth Foyster Monica Hernandez Carine Marrot James McHugh Sophie O’Connor Adrian Villasenor Head of Ballet Wigs and Make-up Bridget Foster Ballet Wigs and Make-up Sanja Golubovic Erin Hills Jin Ho Kang Nicole Taylor Katherine Warwick Oliver Governors of The Royal Ballet Chairman Dame Jenny Abramsky DBE
Flys Managers Andy Collett Rob Melhuish
Leanne Benjamin AM OBE Sir Matthew Bourne OBE Hillary S Carty BMA CCMI The Lady Deighton Stephen Jeffries Jeanetta Laurence OBE Sir David Normington GCB Christopher Nourse Derek Purnell Ian Taylor The Duchess of Wellington OBE Monica Zamora
Prop Manager Paul Duffy
Honorary Secretary Peter Wilson
Assistant Stage Managers Madeleine Cootes Jaclyn Fulton Peter Saunders Project Team Managers Matthew Mulbery (LX) Gary Whiffen (Stage)
Lighting Board Operator John Lawrence
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The Music Center Thanks Its Supporters $1,000,000 and above The Ahmanson Foundation The Annenberg Foundation County of Los Angeles The Ring-Miscikowski Foundation / The Ring Foundation / Cindy Miscikowski The Rose Hills Foundation $250,000–$999,999 Ralph M. Parsons Foundation $100,000–$249,999 Bank of America/Cary H. Thompson / Dannielle Campos The Kenneth T. and Eileen L. Norris Foundation The James Irvine Foundation Wells Fargo Bank / Joseph Rice $50,000–$99,999 Entravision Communications Corporation / Walter F. Ulloa J.P. Morgan Chase The Music Center Foundation Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP U.S. Bank / Darrell Brown Moss Foundation
$25,000–$49,999 Amgen Foundation / Cynthia M. Patton The Capital Group Companies / Kimaada Brown City National Bank / Michael Pagano City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs David Geffen Foundation The Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation Grand Park Foundation HUB International Insurance Services The Liberty Company Insurance Brokers Los Angeles County Arts Commission Macy's Manatt, Phelps, and Philips, LLP KPMG / Greg Geyer Porsche Cars North America, Inc. Superior Grocers Union Bank $10,000–$24,999 Ann and Gordon Getty Foundation California Arts Council D&B Audiotechnik Corp Fox Rothschild LLP / Darrell D. Miller I.N. and Susanna H. Van Nuys Foundation James A. Doolittle Foundation The Louis and Harold Price Foundation Munger, Tolles & Olson LLP The Sidley Austin Foundation
CORPORATIONS, FOUNDATIONS AND GOVERNMENTS Donors listed as of June 1, 2019
$5,000–$9,999 Ben/Joyce Eisenberg Foundation Chevron Corporation Colburn Foundation Consulate General of Canada in Los Angeles Edison International Hollywood Foreign Press Assoc. Kaiser Permanente Rhino Records $1,000–$4,999 Action Marketing Group LLC Allied Integrated Marketing Alphonse Burnand & Charles Partridge Scholarship Trust Carol Swanson Price Foundation Deloitte, LLP Discovery Management El Verde Terrazzo Inc. Gladys Turk Foundation Harold and Nadine Davidson Foundation Hathaway Dinwiddie Construction Co. IATSE - Local 33 Kemmerling Apparel Group, Inc. Lee Foundation M . A . C Cosmetics Morrison & Foerster Foundation Ralph Lauren Corporation Rodriguez, Horii, Choi & Cafferata LLP Ruth and Vernon Taylor Foundation See's Candies, Inc. Thelma Pearl Howard Foundation Warland Investments Company
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CREATE A LASTING IMPACT WITH A LEGACY GIFT TODAY. For more information, please contact the Legacy Society office at (213) 972-3353 or musiccenterlegacy.org.
The Music Center Thanks Its Supporters $1,000,000 and above Robert J. Abernethy Wallis Annenberg Glorya Kaufman Dance Foundation The Ring-Miscikowski Foundation/ The Ring Foundation / Cindy Miscikowski Merle and Peter Mullin* Mimi and Marie Song $250,000–$999,999 Fredric M. Roberts Lisa Specht* $100,000–$249,999 Judith and Thomas Beckmen Helen and Peter Bing Dorothy Buffum Chandler Program Fund Edgerton Foundation Helen Funai Erickson Field Family Foundation Kiki and David Gindler Gerry Ibanez and Aja Bell Terri and Jerry Kohl Anita Mann Kohl and Allen D Kohl Jody and David Lippman Marc and Eva Stern Foundation Barbara and Joel Marcus Wendy and Ken Ruby Walter Ulloa & Alexandra Seros Dietrich Gene Wagner in memory of his sister, Edyth Wagner, DMA-USC Julia Strickland and Timothy Wahl Kurt and Susan Wegleitner Alyce Williamson $50,000–$99,999 Pamela and Dennis Beck* Jane Centofante Charlotte and Leslie Moore Foundation Marcia Israel Foundation Beth and Leslie Michelson Darrell Douglas Miller Jerry Moss Teresita and Shelby Notkin Jay and Barbara Rasulo Allison and Richard Roeder
$25,000–$49,999 Kathy and Charles Adams Dr. Stuart P. & Rebecca Bowne Darrell. R. Brown Elizabeth & Kirk Day / Norman F. Sprague Jr. Foundation Lisa and Andrew Gilford Gloria and Glen Holden Freya and Mark Ivener* Lee Graff Foundation LSMK Investments Marla and Cary Lefton MaddocksBrown Foundation Cynthia M. Patton Karen Kay Platt and Lawrence B. Platt Lisa See and Richard Kendall Catharine and Jeffrey Soros Wendy and Jay Wintrob $10,000–$24,999 Gay and Harry Abrams Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence Adamo Alfred E Mann Family Foundation Donna M. Altmann Jane Arnault-Factor Beverly and Frank Arnstein Barry Baker Susan Baumgarten JoAnn and Wayland Bourne Claire and Brad Brian Maynard and Linda Brittan / Traub-Brittan Family Foundation* Dwight Broadneax and Greg Moesser Tony and Cindy Canzoneri Walter and Ruth Chameides Ana and Robert Cook Dorskind Family Foundation Michael Dreyer Maxine Dunitz The Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation* Dr. Annette Ermshar and Mr. Dan Monahan Maude and Richard Ferry Joan A. Friedman, PhD and Robert N. Braun, MD Michael Gendler and Jessica Teich Homeira and Arnold Goldstein Hany G. Haddad Joan Herman and Richard Rasiej* Liz Levitt Hirsch
Darryl Holter and Carole Shammas Jane Jelenko Allison Johnson Randi and Richard Jones Suzanne and Richard Kayne Carol and Patrick Kinsella James D. Laur Lauren Lexton and Kevin McCarthy Kenneth Lipper LLWW Foundation Cathy and Mark Louchheim The Lucille Ellis Simon Foundation Nigel Lythgoe Maria V. Altmann Foundation Linda May and Jack Suzar Barbara and Buzz McCoy Irene Mecchi Diane G. Medina Morris A. Hazan Family Foundation Olivia and Anthony Neece Steven Neu Rose and Michael Pagano Anne and Arnold Porath Judith Reichman, MD Rosemary Ringwald Shay Family Foundation Dominique Shelton Ronald and Victoria Simms Gayle Stettler Philip A. Swan Bradley Tabach-Bank and Dee Dee Dorskind Clare Phillips Tayback and Christopher Tayback Sally and James Thomas Cary and Karen Thompson Sue Tsao Elinor and Rubin Turner Cynthia Watson, MD and David B. Katzin, MD, PHD Ron Watson Thomas Weinberger and Leslie Vermut The Wetsman Foundation / Janis and William Wetsman Diane Wittenberg and David Minning Keenan and Orna Wolens Rosalind Wyman
$5,000–$9,999 Charlene Achki-Repko Libbie Agran Rosanna Hirshon Bogart Lynne M. O. Brickner Susan Carter Elizabeth and Otis Chandler Richard and Karla Chernick Garrett Collins Christopher Combs and Charlotte Hughes Alice and Joseph Coulombe Patricia Devin Erica and Vin Di Bona Jennifer Diener Elizabeth and Brack Duker Roni and Ethan Eller Amy Forbes and Andrew Murr Fran and Ray Stark Foundation / Wendy Stark Morrissey Gerald D. Friedman Constance and John Gavin Leslie and Cliff Gilbert-Lurie Patricia Glaser and Sam Mudie Cornelia Haag-Molkenteller, MD Betty Hayman Barbara and Dan Horwitz Stanley Iezman and Nancy Stark Rini and Arthur Kraus Richard W. Labowe June Li Anita Lorber Dr. Debra Luftman and Mr. Harlan Gibbs Bill Maldonado and Charles P. Souw Nancy and Patrick McCabe Molly Munger and Stephen English Muriel F. Siebert Foundation Ellen Pansky The Albert Parvin Foundation Phyllis Parvin Travis Powers & Jeanne McDonald-Powers Fredric Rosen and Nadine Schiff Dennis and Ruth Wasser Aviva Weiner and Paulino Fontes Robert Willett
THE MUSIC CENTER SUPPORTERS
INDIVIDUALS AND FAMILY FOUNDATIONS Donors listed as of June 1, 2019
$1,000â€“$4,999 Keith and Ingrid Agre Kathleen Aisling Dean V. Ambrose Sasha and William Anawalt Vivian Irene Anderson Avi and Joyce Arad Shirley Ashkenas* Alphonse Burnand & Charles Patridge Scholarship Trust Howard Banchik Sandy and Dan Bane Roy Manning Barber Paul N. Barkopoulos, M.D. Margaret and David Barry Josephine Baurac Maralee Beck and Andrew Safir David Bender Lanie Bernhard Lucas Bierlein June and Paul Bilgore Debra and Norris Bishton Irene and Stuart Boyd Susan Brauneiss and Marc Gamsin Geri Brawerman Joan and Allan Burns Debbie and Jim Burrows C&R Newman Family Foundation Anthony Campagnoni Emily Carino Judy Carroll Lillian Chin Allison Clago Pamela and V. Shannon Clyne Jane and Lawrence Cohen Catherine Cristall Alison Bryan Crowell and Richard Crowell Stewart and Louisa Cushman Sharon Darnov David & Sylvia Weisz Family Foundation Nancy and Donald de Brier Rafael de Marchena-Huyke Christopher Deacon Lynne and James DeWitt Laura Donnelley Dody Dorn Betty J. Dranow Suzanne Dworak-Peck, LCSW
Sarah Eiman Kimberly and John Emerson* Ruth Flinkman-Marandy and Ben Marandy Malsi Doyle and Michael R. Forman Harold Frankl Martin Freedman Susan Friedman Diane Futterman Frederick and Leslie Gaylord Susan and David Gersh Elaine Goldsmith Marjorie Goodson Louis Goren Peggy Parker Grauman* Lenore and Bernard Greenberg Tricia and Richard Grey Marcy Gross Madeline Gussman Roberta and Bruce Hammer Donna Handel Tim Hanseroth Eugene Hawkins Drs. Vikki and Sidney Helperin Diane J. Henderson Claire and Robert Heron Christine M. Hessler Anita Hirsh Ann and Robert Holder Katinka and Eugene Holt Joan and John F. Hotchkis* Mary Ann Hunt-Jacobsen William H. Isacoff, MD Nancy Israel Maria Rosario Jackson, Ph.D. Louise and Thomas Jones Ruth M. Jones Tylie Jones and John Towey Janet & Marvin Jubas Mary Ann Rosenfeld Kadish and Sheldon Kadish Corey and Glen Kaino Gerald Katell Don Kates Anita and Fred Kemmerling Barbara and Richard Kernochan Lisa and Victor Kohn Joanne Kozberg Sandra Krause and William Fitzgerald
Grace Latt Ellen and David Li Lee Betty and Maury Leonard Aliza and Mike Lesser Barbara Levinson Robin Lewin Tracey Lewin Leigh Lindsey and Andrew Blaine Joanne and Ethan Lipsig Anslyene Lloyd Marlene and Sandy Louchheim Lillian Lovelace Elizabeth and Robert Lowe Kirk Luetkehans Pauline Marks Ilene and J. Howard Marshall III Janis B. McEldowney Jane MacFadden McNeil Vibiana Molina Kathy and Michael Moray Patrick Morrow Diane Morton* Carol and Jerome Muchin Diane Naegele David Drew Neer Chris and Richard Newman Mary D. Nichols Renae Williams Niles and Greg Niles Phillip J. Nuxhall Alan Oppenheimer Hedy Orden Michael & Susan Patzakis Janet Petersen Carol Swanson Price David Richard Pullman Pun'kin's Feiman Family Foundation Nan Rae Nancy Rahnasto and Alfred Osborne Hadley and Lee Rierson Susan W. and Carl. W Robertson Ann and Robert Ronus Ropolo Charitable Trust Donna and Harvey Rosen Melissa Rosenberg and Lev Spiro Beverly and Melvin Rosenthal Susan and Marvin Rothenberg Linda and Tony Rubin Thomas Safran
Maxine Savitz Mariette and Alexander Sawchuk Linda and Peter Schlesinger The Schlum Charitable Trust Sherie and Alan Schneider Lynne & Barry Scholer Joan and Arnold Seidel Stanley E. Sellers, Jr. Jane Semel Dr. and Mrs. P.K. Shah Mpambo and David Shaw Bonnie Sherman Susan Simmons Maggy and John Simon Shani Berko Smolens Lucerne Snipes Victoria Sofro Terry and Dennis Stanfill The Stanford Family Trust Alan and Janet Stanford Richard Stone and Marjorie Bender Strauss Foundation I.H. Sutnick* Allan and Roslyn Holt Swartz George Takei and Brad Altman Thornton Foundation Karen Todman William & Renee Tooley Laurie Vender and Stephen Halper Daniel and Janice Wallace Marcia and Charles Wasserman Ph.D. Amy Waterman Bill and Susan Weintraub Luanne Wells Susan and Josh Wieder Patty and Richard Wilson Dean Wong Beth McGlynn and James Zapp Barbara and Stanley Zax Ellen and Arnold Zetcher And those who wish to remain anonymous *Donors who have made additional gifts to The Music Center Endowment or legacy gifts.
The Music Center strives to acknowledge all of our supporters appropriately. If your name has been misspelled or omitted from this list in error, please contact the Advancement Office at (213) 972-3362.
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES Support from the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors plays an invaluable role in the successful operation of The Music Center.
FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: MARK RIDLEY-THOMAS, Second District; SHEILA J. KUEHL, Third District; JANICE HAHN, Fourth District, Chair; KATHRYN BARGER, Fifth District; and HILDA L. SOLIS, First District