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PROGRAM CONTENTS TCHAIKOVSKY’S FOURTH, SEPTEMBER 23/24 Program
THE MUSIC OF HARRY POTTER & MORE, OCTOBER 7 Program
Wichita Symphony Society Board of Directors
Daniel Hege, Music Director and Conductor
Wichita Symphony Staff
Wichita Symphony Orchestra Personnel
Preview of Coming Events
Memorials & Tributes
List of Advertisers
Women’s Association of the Wichita Symphony
Wichita Symphony Orchestra House Policies
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WICHITA SYMPHONY SOCIETY
OFFICERS F. Tim Witsman, Chairman of the Board Lori Supinie, Vice Chair Roger Eastwood, Treasurer Kurt A. Harper, Secretary Jon Tiger, Immediate Past Chair
BOARD OF DIRECTORS Suzie Ahlstrand
Shoko Kato Sevart
Richard C. Shaw, M.D.
James M. Thomas
James Vayda, M.D.
Ted Vlamis Jr.
Kathryn M. Webb
Daniel A. Flynn
Janet C. Wesselowski
H. Guy Glidden, Ph. D.
William E. Hercher Jerry Juhnke
Delmar D. Klocke
Phillip S. Frick
George L. Lucas, M.D.
Rodney E. Miller
Mrs. Russell W. Meyer, Jr.
Stacy Poelma Miah Schneider
MUSIC DIRECTOR AND CONDUCTOR
The 2017-2018 season marks Daniel Hege’s eighth as Music Director and Conductor of the Wichita Symphony Orchestra. Hege has been widely recognized as one of America’s finest conductors, earning critical acclaim for his fresh interpretations of the standard repertoire and for his commitment to creative programming. He served for eleven seasons as the Music Director of the Syracuse Symphony and was appointed Music Director of the Wichita Symphony in June 2009. As of the 2015/16 season, he was named Principal Guest Conductor of both the Tulsa Symphony and the Binghamton (NY) Philharmonic. In addition to programming and conducting the subscription concerts in Wichita, Mr. Hege has conducted a number of cutting edge concerts, including Bartok’s Bluebeard’s Castle with the legendary Samuel Ramey in the title role and with sets by the glass sculptor Dale Chihuly, and a semi-staged production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Carousel in collaboration with Music Theatre Wichita. Daniel Hege has guest conducted the Detroit, Seattle, Oregon, Colorado, San Diego, Columbus, and Phoenix symphonies as well as the Calgary Philharmonic, among others. International engagements include performances with the Singapore Symphony and the St. Petersburg Symphony at the Winter Nights Festival. Recent and upcoming guest conducting engagements include appearances with the Rochester, Buffalo, Oklahoma, Rhode Island and Naples Philharmonics; the Louisville, Sarasota and Florida Orchestras; and the Houston, Edmonton, Pacific, Puerto Rico, Hartford, Omaha, Madison, Tucson, Charleston and Virginia symphonies. Daniel Hege received his Bachelor of Arts Degree in 1987 from Bethel College, Kansas where he majored in music and history. He continued his studies at the University of Utah, where he received a Master of Music degree in orchestra conducting and also founded the University Chamber Orchestra and served as Assistant Conductor of the University Orchestra and Music Director of the Utah Singers. He subsequently studied with Paul Vermel at the Aspen Music Festival and in Los Angeles with noted conductor and pedagogue Daniel Lewis. In May 2004, Mr. Hege was awarded an honorary degree of Doctor of Humane Letters from Le Moyne College in Syracuse for his contributions to the cultural life in central New York State. Born in Colorado, Mr. Hege currently resides in Syracuse with his wife and their three daughters.
WICHITA SYMPHONY SOCIETY STAFF ARTISTIC
Music Director and Conductor
Chief Executive Officer
Jean and Willard Garvey
Dr. Michael Hanawalt
Symphony Chorus Director
Marketing and Public Relations Manager Tiffany Bell
Dr. Mark Laycock
Education & Community
Director, Youth Orchestras Program
Youth Symphony Conductor
Fred and Mary Koch Foundation Endowed Chair Dr. Wesley DeSpain
Patron Services, Box Office, and Database Administrator
Repertory Orchestra Conductor
Leigh Ann Haman
Delmar and Mary Klocke Endowed Chair
Youth Chamber Players Conductor
Chorus Administrative Assistant
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WICHITA SYMPHONY Daniel Hege Music Director and Conductor Jean and Willard Garvey Endowed Chair Dr. Michael Hanawalt Symphony Chorus Director VIOLIN I John Harrison, Concertmaster S. M. and Laura H. Brown Charitable Trust Endowed Chair Yee Ling Elaine Ng, Acting Associate Concertmaster Bobbie and Marvin Bastian Endowed Chair Susan Linnebur Adrienne Dougherty* Nancy Luttrell, Associate Concertmaster Emeritus Laura Hammes Black Cindy Dantic-Watson Linette Gordon Chelley A. Graves Yi-Miao Huang Joan Pfaff Marta Prugar Rebecca Schloneger Cristian Damir Martinez Vega Nancy Woodruff Evgeny Zvonnikov* VIOLIN II Nancy Johnson, Principal Dominique Corbeil Emily Bishop Shelley Closson
ORCHESTRA PERSONNEL FLUTE Carmen Lemoine, Principal Mitchell A. Berman Endowed Chair Christina M. Webster Chastity Pawsloski, Piccolo Caitrine-Ann Massoud
Natalia Korenchuk* Brandon Lay Cheryl Myer Judith Naillon Jane Ray Suzanne D. Schiffel Elizabeth Wallace VIOLA Catherine Consiglio, Principal Larry and Anita Jones Endowed Chair Nicole K. Feryok Caroline Anderson Emily A. Baldridge Rosemarie Barney Kay N. Buskirk Cynthia L. Cook Kristen Smaglik
OBOE AndrĂŠa E. Banke, Principal George and Marilyn McNeish Endowed Chair Mickey Hansen Cindy C. Thompson CLARINET Trevor Stewart, Principal Helen and Russ Meyer Endowed Chair Rachelle Goter Michael Unruh, Bass Clarinet David Cook, E-flat Clarinet
CELLO Leonid Shukaev, Principal Lois Kay Walls Foundation Endowed Chair Camille M. Burrow Tiffany Bell Susan H. Bentson Patricia K. Hart Quinn Lake Laura C. Martinez Susan Mayo Arleigh McCormick*
BASSOON Scott Charles Oakes, Principal Zach Hague Merrilee Tuinstra, Contrabassoon Angela Hull
DOUBLE BASS Mark Foley, Principal Don Jacobsen Oswald Backus Eric L. Crawford Marcia C. Hatfield Kathy Luttrell Kirsten Moler Carol Neighbor
SAXOPHONE Geoffrey Deibel, Principal FRENCH HORN Jeb Wallace, Principal Stephanie Nelson, Assistant Principal
Meri Jenkins Mirella Gauldin James Rester TRUMPET David Hunsicker, Principal Daniel J. and Shoko Kato Sevart Endowed Chair Daniel Barden Dana Hamant Gray A. Bishop TROMBONE Tyler Vahldick, Principal Matt Blauer David Muehl, Bass Trombone TUBA Phillip C. Black, Principal TIMPANIPERCUSSION Gerald Scholl, Principal Joe Mikelait Andrew Slater HARP Jane Hyde, Principal KEYBOARD J. Bradley Baker Anna Jeter Matt Blauer, Personnel Manager Nancy Johnson, Librarian Carol Neighbor, Librarian Urza Silverwind, Stage Manager
* On Leave of Absence Musicians in the First Violin, Second Violin, Viola, Cello and Double Bass sections rotate seating for each concert and are therefore listed alphabetically (except for the first stand of strings.)
WICHITA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA | CLASSICS 1
TCHAIKOVSKY’S FOURTH CENTURY II CONCERT HALL
SATURDAY | SEPTEMBER 23, 2017 | 8PM Ending approximately 9:55 PM
SUNDAY | SEPTEMBER 24, 2017 | 3PM Ending approximately 4:55 PM
DANIEL HEGE Music Director & Conductor
SCOTT OAKES WSO Principal Bassoon
PROGRAM IGOR STRAVINSKY (1882–1971) Pulcinella Suite (24’) Sinfonia Serenata Scherzino Tarantella Toccata Gavotta con due variazioni Vivo Minuetto Finale
PROGRAM JOHANN NEPOMUK HUMMEL (1778–1837) Concerto in F Major for Bassoon and Orchestra Scott Oakes, bassoon Allegro moderato (10’) Romanza. Andantino e cantabile (6’) Rondó (7’)
INTERMISSION PETER ILYICH TCHAIKOVSKY (1840–1893) Symphony No. 4 in F minor, Op. 36 Andante sostenuto (18’) Andantino in moda di canzona (10’) Scherzo: Pizzicato ostinato (6’) Finale: Allegro con fuoco (10’) This concert is made possible in part by the generous support of
BETTY WOOD AND THE LATE ART WOOD Flowers provided by Suzi Ahlstrand. Gary Telleen, piano technician. Please turn off all cellular phones and any devices that make noise or give off any kind of light. Phone calls and texting are not permitted during the performance. Unless otherwise noted, the use of cameras or recording devices during concerts is strictly prohibited.
Approximate timings are provided for the listeners’ benefit. This program will be broadcast on Radio Kansas, 90.1 FM, Friday, January 12, 2018 at 7:00 p.m.
SEPTEMBER 23 & 24, 2017 SCOTT OAKES, Wichita Symphony Principal Bassoon Previous performances with the Wichita Symphony December 3/4, 2016
Wichita Symphony Principal Bassoonist Scott
at a range of venues, including the Chicago
Charles Oakes has distinguished himself as a
Cultural Center’s Preston Bradley Hall, Gottlieb
sought-after orchestral performer throughout
Hall and Glazunov Hall in St. Petersburg,
the Midwest. Often noted by media
Russia. Other engagements have
for his refined performances,
included performances at the
the Illinois Times praised
Ravinia Festival and the Great
the “smoky” quality of
Performers of Illinois festival
his playing, while the
in Chicago’s Millennium
Wichita Eagle described its
Park. Scott previously served
“grace and beauty.” Before
on the faculty of the School
moving to Wichita, Scott
of Music at Wichita State
held positions with the Illinois
University. He can be heard
Symphony, Rockford Symphony,
on the Lieurance Woodwind
Illinois Philharmonic, and the Quad City Symphony in Davenport, Iowa. In addition, he served as a guest principal and section bassoonist with the Symphonies of Green Bay, Elgin, Lake Forest, Northwest Indiana, and South Bend; the Chicago Chamber Orchestra, Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra, and others. A lover of opera, Oakes has performed with opera companies across the Midwest, including the Wichita Grand Opera, Opera Illinois, Des Moines Metro Opera, Elgin Opera, Chicago Cultural Center, and L’Opera Piccola of Chicago. Oakes has enjoyed eclectic collaborative performances including dance collaborations with the New Millennium Orchestra of Chicago and electronic music performances at the Fisch Haus in Wichita.
Quintet’s CD “Music from the Americas” on Summit Records. Scott holds a Master of Music degree from the DePaul University School of Music and a Bachelor of Music degree from the University of the Pacific Conservatory of Music. His principal teachers were William Buchman of the Chicago Symphony and Dr. Donald DaGrade. He also holds a Master of Science with distinction from the DePaul University College of Computing and Digital Media. Outside of music, Scott works in information technology and information security. Previously employed as senior consultant for DSN Group in Chicago, he serves as Senior Systems Administrator for Juniper Payments LLC, a banking services provider.
An avid chamber musician, he has performed
PROGRAM NOTES | SEPTEMBER 23/24, 2017
MAKING OLD MUSIC SOUND FRESH: THE STRAVINSKY TOUCH
Igor Stravinsky (1882-1971)
SUITE FROM PULCINELLA Born in Lomonosov, Russia, June 17, 1882 Died in New York City, NY, April 6, 1971 First performances by the Wichita Symphony
Stravinsky left the melodic lines of the
FROM SKEPTIC TO ADVOCATE
18th-century pieces intact. By the addition of his own music in bridge passages, he succeeded in breaking up the predictability of the original. His personal imprint is
When Serge Diaghilev, the legendary
both harmonic and rhythmic: the gentle
impresario of the Ballets Russes, suggested
dissonance created by pedal points, and
in 1919 that Stravinsky turn his attention
clever adaptations of the dance meters
to music by little-known 18th-century
with unexpected repetitions and startling
masters with the idea of orchestrating some
sonorities. Despite the reduced orchestra,
movements as a ballet score, the composer
the scoring is brilliant and varied.
reacted with skepticism. Diaghilev proposed music of Giovanni Battista
Two years after the première of the ballet
Pergolesi (1710-1736). Stravinsky knew little of
in Paris in May 1920, Stravinsky created
Pergolesi’s work beyond the Stabat Mater and
a concert version of the Suite in eight
the opera La serva padrona, neither of which
movements, for the same reduced chamber
orchestra forces as the original. In 1947 he made modest revisions to the Suite, largely
Then he riffled through the obscure
consisting of metronome markings and one
manuscripts Diaghilev had obtained from
movement title change.
Italian libraries. Captivated by the music’s simplicity and melodious charm, Stravinsky
The score calls for two flutes (second doubling
reconsidered Diaghilev’s proposal. Ultimately
piccolo); two oboes, two bassoons, two horns,
the entire project proved too seductive
one trumpet, one trombone, solo string
to resist. Diaghilev offered him a kind of
quartet, and strings.
package deal: Pablo Picasso would do the sets, and Leonid Massine the choreography. Stravinsky later wrote that his “discovery of the past was the epiphany through which the whole of [his] late work became possible.”
PROGRAM NOTES | SEPTEMBER 23/24, 2017 Johann Nepomuk Hummel (1778 -1837)
The Bassoon Concerto is believed to date
CONCERTO IN F MAJOR FOR BASSOON AND STRINGS
either from 1805, or from the period 1811 to
S.63 /WoO 23
undated manuscript was discovered in the
Born in Pressburg, Kingdom of Hungary
1950s in the archives of the British Museum.
(now Bratislava), November 14, 1788 Died in Weimar, Germany, October 17, 1837 First performances by the Wichita Symphony Hummel is best known for his popular trumpet concerto and an oddly-scored Septet for flute, oboe, horn, viola, cello, double bass, and piano. Though little of his other music is familiar, he composed extensively in every genre except symphony and wrote superbly for piano. In fact, for solo keyboard music, Hummel was the most important link between Mozart and Chopin. He was one of Beethoven’s most successful and distinguished contemporaries. As a child, he studied fortepiano and composition with Mozart, living with Wolfgang and Constanze in Vienna intermittently between 1785 and 1788. At Mozart’s urging, Hummel’s father–a conductor and director of a music school in Pressburg--arranged for the boy to
1816, when Hummel resided in Vienna. The
The piece adheres to late classical models, with a standard three-movement structure. Hummel’s opening Allegro moderato is in concerto-sonata form; a full orchestral exposition precedes the soloists entrance. Phrasing is foursquare and balanced, demonstrating a full mastery of the high classic idiom. He takes advantage of the bassoon’s wide range and flexibility, incorporating both wide leaps and rapid runs in 16th notes in the solo part. Like many of Mozart’s slow movements, the central Romanza in B-flat Major is indebted to Italian opera. The elegantly ornamented solo line provides ample opportunity for the bassoonist to shape delicate phrases and long melodic lines. Mr. Oakes plays a cadenza of his own devising, freely based on the Romanza’s melodic material and other themes borrowed from Hummel’s choral works.
tour Germany, Denmark, the Netherlands,
The concerto concludes with a perky, dance-
England and Scotland. By the time he
like Rondó, which returns to the home key of F
returned to Vienna in 1792, Hummel was
Major. A central episode in B-flat Major marked
an international celebrity who had already
Meno mosso-Pesante relates the finale to the
published his first compositions. Later in
folk tradition. Sly false returns of the rondo
his career, he held court appointments in
tune reveal Hummel’s sense of humor.
Stuttgart and Weimar, taking three months’ leave most years to concertize.
The score calls for two oboes, two horns, solo bassoon, and strings.
PROGRAM NOTES | SEPTEMBER 23/24, 2017 Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky (1840 -1893)
Sometimes called the “Fate” symphony, the
SYMPHONY NO. 4 IN F MINOR
work earned its nickname from Tchaikovsky’s
own description. In one of his letters to von
Born in Votkinsk, Russia, May 7, 1840
Meck, he sketched a programme, identifying
Died in St. Petersburg, Russia,
the opening fanfare as “Fate...the sword of
November 6, 1893
Damocles that hangs over our head”, and
Last performances by the Wichita
describing the main theme as “feelings of
Symphony: October 13/14, 2002
depression and hopelessness.” The second theme group he calls “dream world. . . escape
Tchaikovsky’s Fourth Symphony is inextricably
from reality.” How appallingly real all this
entwined with the emotional havoc in his life
must have seemed to him upon realizing the
during the year 1877. That was the year he
magnitude of the mistake he had made in
began his remarkable correspondence with
Nadejhda Filaretovna von Meck, the wealthy patron who was to provide both emotional
In many ways the most successful and
sustenance (via her letters) and financial
individual movement is the scherzo, which
security to the composer for more than a
features the orchestra section by section:
decade. 1877 was also the year that Antonina
first strings in a virtuoso pizzicato display,
Milyukova, a former student of Tchaikovsky’s,
then woodwinds in lyric contrast, then
wrote to him with declarations of love and
boisterous brass. After each section has its
threats of suicide, inexplicably prompting
turn, the three are brilliantly interwoven to
him to propose to her, marry her, and leave
conclude the movement in anticipation of
her within a matter of months. Desperate for
the brilliant finale. Though it is less successful
emotional stability and wrestling with the
than the Fifth Symphony as an attempt at
torment of his homosexuality, Tchaikovsky
cyclic form, the Fourth Symphony does recall
sought refuge in the country, in his
significant elements from the three preceding
correspondence, and in composing.
movements in its finale, which also adapts a Russian folk song. Despite references to the
Though the Fourth Symphony was begun
“fate” motive, Tchaikovsky succeeds in erasing
before the abortive marriage, its history
the clouds in a fiery, exciting conclusion.
cannot be separated from the anguish of those few unfortunate summer months. More
The Fourth Symphony is scored for woodwinds
and more, Tchaikovsky turned to Mme. von
in pairs plus piccolo, 4 horns, 2 trumpets,
Meck for spiritual guidance, as confidant, as
3 trombones, bass tuba, timpani, triangle,
muse. The F-minor symphony was the first
cymbals, bass drum and strings.
work he dedicated to her, and he called it “our
Program Notes by Laurie Shulman ©2017 First North American Serial Rights Only
symphony” in his letters to her.
PREVIEW OF COMING EVENTS CLASSICS CONCERTS
BEETHOVEN’S FIFTH October 28 & 29, 2017 Is there any more to say than Beethoven’s
YOUTH ORCHESTRAS CONCERT Sunday, November 12, 2017 @ 3pm
Fifth? You haven’t truly heard this popular
Century II Concert Hall
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THE LEGEND OF THE NORTHERN LIGHTS Saturday, November 11, 2017 @ 4pm Century II Concert Hall Dr. Mark Laycock, guest conductor A fusion of science and fantasy that captures
southcentral Kansas as the three Wichita Symphony sponsored Youth Orchestras present their fall concert. Tickets are $15 for adults, $8 for students and children 12 and under free. Wichita Symphony Youth Orchestras are sponsored by Textron Aviation, The Bloomfield Foundation and The City of Wichita.
the imagination of all ages, seamlessly
combining music, film, narration, and
animation, recognizing the cultural stories and the actual science surrounding the aurora borealis. Lasting less than an hour, this concert is appropriate for all ages.
November 18 & 19, 2017 Century II Concert Hall WSO Chorus & Guest Soloists Michael Hanawalt, chorus director
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Daniel Hege, conductor The Wichita Symphony welcomes the WSO Chorus for Haydn’s sublime choral masterpiece.
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WICHITA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA | POPS 1
THE MUSIC OF HARRY POTTER and more CENTURY II CONCERT HALL
SATURDAY | OCTOBER 7 | 8PM
DANIEL HEGE Music Director & Conductor
PROGRAM John Williams
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets Fawkes the Phoenix Dobby the House Elf Gilderoy Lockhart The Chamber of Secrets
A Child’s Tale: Suite from the BFG
How To Train Your Dragon Suite
INTERMISSION Harry Gregson-Williams
INTERMISSION The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe
and Steve Barton John Williams
Adventures on Earth from “E.T.”
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone Hedwig’s Theme The Sorcerer’s Stone Nimbus 2000 Harry’s Wondrous World
Gary Telleen, piano technician. Please turn off all cellular phones and any devices that make noise or give off any kind of light. Phone calls and texting are not permitted during the performance. Unless otherwise noted, the use of cameras or recording devices during concerts is strictly prohibited.
SATURDAY, NOV 11 @ 4PM 2017
Maestro Daniel Hege conducts
THE LEGEND OF THE NORTHERN LIGHTS Dr. JosĂŠ Francisco Salgado, astronomer
OF THE WICHITA SYMPHONY
The Women’s Association of the Wichita
2017 – 2018 BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Symphony has contributed significantly
to further assist the Orchestra. Throughout
President: Lisa Vayda First Vice President: Linda Nugent Second Vice President: Nancy Moore Recording Secretary: Ali Darnell Corresponding Secretary: Pat Porter Treasurer: Janet Elliott
the season, members volunteer their time
Advisor: Elizabeth Carroll
to the success of the Orchestra for more than 60 years. Members provide invaluable volunteer time, ideas and financial support
for such important projects as the Young People’s Concerts and fund-raising projects. Women’s Association members are also often found in the lobby at selected Classics and Pops concerts selling compact discs of the program’s featured guest artist. During the past 35 years, the Women’s Association has raised more than a million dollars through its Symphony Showhouse project, the largest of its fund-raising efforts. These celebrated projects incorporate the work of nearly one thousand volunteers and dozens of local decorators, designers and artists. If you would like to have your home considered for a Showhouse or know of a house that might be ideal, please call Showhouse Selection Chair Linda Nugent at (316) 655-2656. Women’s Association members get together and enjoy three general luncheons each year. Membership in the Women’s Association is open to anyone interested in supporting the Wichita Symphony Orchestra. For more information, please contact Women’s Association President Lisa Vayda at (316) 733-9954 or membership Placement Nancy Moore at (316) 722-7123 or the Wichita Symphony office at (316) 267-7658.
Newsletter/ Yearbook/Historian Carol Darnell Luncheons Charlotte Bales Karen Campbell Alta DeVore Janet Elliott Brittany Monroe Mailings Ginny Bair Mzia Gibson Diane Morton Pam Postier Membership/ Placement Nancy Moore Membership Committee Marilyn Loy Cynthia Ellis-Stoll Sandy Stout Diane Wingate Phone Mary Klocke Publicity Lisa Vayda Young People’s Concerts Coordinator: Judy Frank
Showhouse Selection Elizabeth Carroll Barbara Crotchett Lilly-Ann Huffman Linda Nugent Lisa Vayda Symphony Store Charlotte Bales Ali Darnell Margaret McKinney Outside Ushers Elizabeth Carroll Janet Elliott Marilyn Ramsey Adriene Rathburn Inside Ushers Suzanne Laycock Pat Porter Counting Carol Glidden Lilly-Ann Huffman Orchestra Courtesy Helen Bullock Barbara Crotchett Mzia Gibson Carol Glidden Carol Taylor Janet Wesselowski
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WICHITA SYMPHONY SOCIETY CONTRIBUTORS JULY 1, 2016 – AUGUST 31, 2017
With deep appreciation, the Wichita Symphony Society gratefully acknowledges all gifts received in financial support of the Symphony’s programs, services, and activities during the indicated calendar period. Please know that your support enables the Symphony to fulfill its mission of enriching, educating and entertaining diverse audiences of all ages in our region through performances of orchestral music, thereby enhancing the vitality and vibrancy of Wichita. To find out how you can add your name to this list and contribute to the effort to keep great symphonic music alive in our community, please contact the Symphony office at (316) 267-7658. We apologize in advance for any omission or errors in this list of donors. Please bring corrections to the attention of our office. Donor levels may shift from one program book edition to another depending on the timing and receipt of gifts. Sam & Rie Bloomfield Foundation, Inc.
PACESETTER City of Wichita $25,000 & Above
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BENEFACTOR $5,000 - $9,999 Dr. Phillip & Linda Allen Anna Anderson & Christopher Shank Bank of America Don & Lora Barry The Michael Bayouth Charitable Fund Bonavia Family Charitable Trust Buckley Industries, Inc. Cox Communications DeVore Family Foundation Emprise Bank Gordon W. Evans Charitable Trust Grumpy Old Men Drs. Daniel & Martha Housholder IMA Foundation Intrust Bank Christine & J. Fred Kubik Sondra M. Langel & Richard D. Smith Dr. Jerry & Diane Leisy Howard & Rose Marcus M. Joanne McGregor Living Trust Dr. Dennis & Ann Ross Sandlian Realty Daniel J.* & Shoko Kato Sevart Stephen & Ann Starch TCK-The Trust Company of Kansas The Shaw Family Foundation Ted A. & Betty Vlamis The Yard
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IN-KIND CONTRIBUTORS Adriene & Randy Rathbun Aero Plains Brewing Ambassador Hotel Aspen Boutique Beau Monde
Beehive Salon Beyond Napa Bill Rutherford Studio Bonefish Grill Botanica Bradley Fair Burnell’s Fine Jewelry and Design Cafe Bel Ami Chamber Music at the Barn Chester’s Chophouse & Wine Bar Cocoa Dolce David & Terry Moses Don & Pat Hysko Donna Bunk Emily Baldridge Exploration Place Firebirds Wood Fired Grill Georges French Bistro Gerald A. Scholl & Dominique Corbeil GM ClothesHorse Granite City Food & Brewery Greystone Steak & Seafood Guy & Beth Bower Hana Cafe Harrison Schreck Healing Waters Homewood Suites by Hilton Hotel at Old Town Hotel at Waterwalk Hyatt Regency Wichita INTRUST Bank Arena Issa Group Kansas City Symphony Karg Art Glass Ken White & Robin Macy Koch Industries KPTS Larry Schwarm Luciano’s Italian Restaurant
Lyndon’s in Bradley Fair Mark Arts Massage Envy Molino’s Mexican Cuisine Mosley Street Melodrama Mr. & Mrs. Harry Pape Music Theatre Wichita Nectar Republic Newport Grill Nola Tedesco Jewelry Nouveau Quintette Oh Yeah! China Bistro Orangetheory Fitness P.F. Chang’s Pink Salon Pinot’s Palette Planet Hair Pure Barre Razook’s Home Furnishings Darren Berkman Royal Heirs Pet Spa Splurge Magazine Spice Merchant Tallgrass Film Association The First Place Wichita Grand Opera Wichita Jazz Festival Wichita State Athletic Department Wichita State University College of Fine Arts Sharon & Alan Fearey Senseney Music Sedgwick County Zoo Joy & Brian Heinrichs The Wine Dive The Hill Bar & Brill Jason Febres Wichita Brass Quintet Wichita Country Club Roger & Sandra Cusack
MATCHING COMPANY CONTRIBUTIONS Cessna Aircraft Company A Textron Company GE Foundation *Deceased Contributions received from July 1, 2016 – August 31, 2017 Occasionally, errors may inadvertently appear in our database. Please notify us of any misspellings or omissions. We apologize in advance for any errors.
WICHITA SYMPHONY MEMORIALS & TRIBUTES Throughout the history of the Wichita Symphony Society, thoughtful friends and families have honored the memory of loved ones by establishing memorials with the organization. Memorial gifts are designated for the Orchestra’s endowment by the Symphony’s Board of Directors.
IN MEMORY OF NANCY A. BEARD John & Barbara Decker Mary Havey
Mrs. Norma Greever
David & Annette Barber
Daryl & Denise Batchelor
Nancy L. & William E.
Mr. & Mrs. Dwight Beckham Sr.
Hercher Charles & Joan Johnson
Susan & Richard Bentson
Randy & Paula Bernhardt
Mr. & Mrs. Delmar Klocke
Charles & Linda Bishop
Patti & Gerry Knorr
Robert & Luana Bitter
Mr. & Mrs. Charles Koch
Donald & Sue Buhler
Marilyn L. McNeish
Belden & Anna Mills
Wesley Case Management
Lee & Marlene Phillips
Rick & Rondi Caywood
Don & Pat Reinhold
James & Karen Chadwick
Lisa C. & Scott Ritchie
Bill & Rita Clausing
Mr. & Mrs. R.E. Craig
Brian & Valerie Sullivan
Robert & Joyce Du Bois
DAVID M. BUCK
Tom & Christine Triplett
Kevin & Lisa Findley
David L. Buck
Brian & Linda Hopper Harold & Lorine Kieler Larry & Christie LeMaster Marilyn Lytle Norval & Joyce Madden Cal & Polly McMillan Barbara Novotny Dove Pate Jr. Charles & Nell Pate David & Linda Stauffer Arden & Mary Strole Edith A. Williams
Dr. Lawrence P. Buck
DR. JAY C. DECKER Arzell L. & Thelma G. Ball Anna Brady Anne Marie Brown & Max Ranney
JEAN K. GARVEY
Greg & Marilyn Giles Andre & Penny Glacet James & Cherlene Graves
JANICE E. LEE
Ronald & Joneen Hale
Larry & Pat Abston Craig & Nancy Allison
DeVore Family Foundation
Daniel & Mary Dugan
Bruce & Nancy Gordon
Thomas & Carol Franks
Garvey Kansas Foundation
Robert & Brenda Ferguson
Garet & Jennifer Fitzpatrick
Association James & Candace Ashcraft
Dana Hamant Mark Harris Carol Hess High Plains Music & Band Camp Kathleen Hildenbrand The Hodges Family
WICHITA SYMPHONY MEMORIALS & TRIBUTES JANICE E. LEE Continued
John & Barbara Summervill
Bill & Elaine Johnson
Ricky & Jane Tolin
Gregory & Marla Johnson
Trojan Children’s Choir
Robert & Dorothy Truitt
Jack & Joan Kelley
Thomas & Carol Tweito
Dennis & Ellen Kerr
Marc & Diana Webster
Ken & Jean Knappenberger
Dick & Kay Werth
Gerald & Ann Knepp
Wheatland Elementary Staff
Joel & Lori Knudsen
Harold & Connie Willis
Lynette Legleiter Vaughn & Velma Lippoldt Chrystal D. Miles Kent & Jeanne Miles Michelle Miles Marcia & Steven Miller George & Janice Naylor Ellen Neufeld James & Barbara Nickels Past Presidents of Phi Beta Mu: Ellen Kerr, Don Buhler, Marc Webster, Randy Crow James & Joyce Phillips Howard & Gloria Pitler
Gary & Joyce Bachus Dana K. Dreher Mr. & Mrs. Delmar Klocke Virgil & Karen Neises Suzie Peak Alan Reichert Don & Pat Reinhold Spirit AeroSystems Inc. Barbara Weinberg Don H. & Caryl Weinberg
MARY LOU BAUER MARTIN Carl E. Martin
Jane A. Ray
Don & Pat Reinhold
David & Sarah Jervis
Ken & Connie Rickard
TRIBUTES Marilyn & Bob Alldredge in Honor of Dr. Jim & Lisa Vayda John T. & Shirley J. Barnes in Honor of Dwight & Virgina Murphey’s Birthdays Garvey Kansas Foundation in Honor of Emily J. G. Bonavia Loren Groves & Marilyn Milligan Groves in Honor of Kenneth & Mable McKee Lattner Family Foundation in Honor of Jay Decker Louis & Mallory Medvene in Honor of Ludmilla Fridman Sam & Ellan Muyskens in Honor of Jo Lin Gardner’s Birthday Verne & Anita Vance in Honor of Jay & Phyllis Decker
Angela Rowland Terrill & Anne Woolsey in Honor of Dwight & Virginia Murphey’s Birthdays
Emil & Cheryl Savaiano Heather Shackelford David & Lu Ann Siemens
Irving Penn Beyond Beauty Opens Saturday, September 30 Celebrating the photography of Irving Penn, a 20th-century master whose iconic fashion imagery graced the pages of Vogue magazine
Irving Penn, Ball Dress by Olivier Theyskens for Nina Ricci, New York, 2007, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Gift of The Irving Penn Foundation. © Condé Nast
Irving Penn: Beyond Beauty is organized by the Smithsonian American Art Museum with generous support from: ART MENTOR FOUNDATION LUCERNE, Sakurako and William Fisher, The William R. Kenan Jr. Endowment Fund, The Lauder Foundation—Leonard and Judy Lauder Fund, Edward Lenkin and Roselin Atzwanger, The Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation, Margery and Edgar Masinter, The Margery and Edgar Masinter Exhibitions Fund, James F. Petersen Charitable Fund in honor of Tania and Tom Evans, The Bernie Stadiem Endowment Fund, Trellis Fund, The C. F. Foundation in Atlanta supports the Smithsonian American Art Museum’s traveling exhibition program, Treasures to Go. The Wichita presentation has been generously supported by Paula and Barry Downing. The DeVore Foundation is the lead foundation sponsor. Emprise Bank and The Fred and Mary Koch Foundation are the lead benefactors. The Shaw Family Foundation is a foundation sponsor. Exhibition support is provided by Patty and Bill Bennett, Norma Greever, and Dr. Christopher Moeller. Ann and Martin Bauer, Louise Beren, Mary Eves, Rich and Joey Giblin, John and Karen Hageman, and Georgia and Keith Stevens are additional important exhibition underwriters. All museum exhibitions receive generous sponsorship from the Friends of the Wichita Art Museum Endowment Fund and the City of Wichita.
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TICKET EXCHANGES AND RETURNS
ORCHESTRA HOUSE POLICIES
Exchanges Subscribers who cannot attend their scheduled performance may exchange their tickets for any other Classics Concert performance. However, ALL exchanges MUST be made before 5:00 p.m. of the Friday of the weekend concerts. If you fall ill the day of the concert, please leave a phone message with the box office before the performance and an exception can be made. The exchange of tickets is subject to availability. Tickets may be exchanged at the Symphony office, by mail or by phone at 316-267-7658; subscribers are encouraged to exchange as soon as possible.
BOX OFFICE Tickets may be purchased Monday through Friday, 10am â€“ 5pm, at the Symphony office located on the second floor of the Century II Concert Hall, Suite 207. The Box Office is also open one hour prior to each performance at the entrance of the Concert Hall. Tickets may be purchased online at wichitasymphony.org, by phone at 316-267-7658, in person or by mail. We accept cash, check or credit card.
DISCOUNTS Student Full-time students may purchase tickets for Classics Concerts for $10 the week of a performance online, in person, or by phone. Tickets are held at Will Call until a Student ID is produced. Premium Classics and Pops are decided on a case-by-case basis. Senior Patrons 65 years or older may receive a 10% discount on tickets when tickets are purchased the week of a Classics concert. Military 50% discounts for all Classics concerts, subject to availability, are offered to active military personnel with ID the week of a Classics concerts. Please call Box Office at (316) 267-7658 for more information. Discounts are not available on Pops concerts. All discounts are subject to ticket availability, and not applicable to Section F.
Returns Subscribers may release their tickets to the Symphony for resale by calling the Symphony office before 5:00 p.m. of the Friday of the weekend concerts. Your seat may then be sold as additional income for the Wichita Symphony. Upon request, we will provide a receipt for your tax-deductible donation. If you do not release your tickets prior to the concert, we will not be able to provide a receipt. PLEASE DO NOT LET YOUR TICKETS GO UNUSED! NO REFUNDS. ALL SALES ARE FINAL.
LOST OR DESTROYED TICKETS In the event your season tickets are lost or destroyed, please notify the Symphony office immediately at 316-267-7658. In most cases, replacement tickets will be reissued for your convenience at no charge.
PARKING Parking information for specific performances may be found on our website, wichitasymphony.org/night-out/ location-parking.
SERVICES FOR THE DISABLED
CHILDREN AT THE SYMPHONY
Infrared Listening System The Century II Concert Hall is equipped with a new Listening System for hearing-impaired patrons. Headsets are available at the Box Office. A personal ID is required, which will be held until the headset is returned to the Box Office following the performance.
Only children who are mature enough to sit quietly during a concert, without disturbing their neighbors, should attend Wichita Symphony Classics or Pops performances. We recommend patrons with young children purchase seats near the aisle in case a restless child needs to be taken out of the concert hall during the performance. The Wichita Symphony reserves the right to ask any individuals who are disrupting fellow patrons or the concert setting to leave the hall.
Restrooms Handicapped-accessible restrooms are located on the first and second floors of the Concert Hall.
For parents looking to introduce younger children to symphonic music, our Family Matinee Concerts are the perfect opportunity. They are programs designed specifically with children in mind, each lasting about one hour. These concerts are
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QUIET PLEASE! In consideration of your fellow concertgoers and the performers, please refrain from talking during the actual performance of music. Latecomers will be seated at the first convenient pause in the program, at the direction of the ushers. Cameras and recording devices are not allowed inside the Concert Hall. Unless otherwise announced from the stage, all cell phones and electronic devices should be silenced during all performances. The emergency number for the Concert Hall is 316-267-7658. Century II is a smoke-free facility. Bottled/covered drinks and food are allowed in the Concert Hall. Refillable, spill-proof cups are available for sale at the concession stand. Patrons who have left personal belongings at a concert should contact the Century II Administrative Office 316-264-9121, Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
recommended for ages three and up.
GIFT CERTIFICATES Wichita Symphony gift certificates are a great way to introduce your friends to the Symphony and may be redeemed for tickets to any Symphony event during the 20162017 season. For more information, call the Symphony office at 316-267-7658. At the discretion of the Wichita Symphony Administration, audience members may take cell phone photographs, recording, and other social media postings before the start of a Wichita Symphony concert, during intermission of a concert, and following the end of a concert before the Musicians exit the stage. Unless otherwise announced, at no time will cell phone usage be allowed while music is being performed.
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Downing & Lahey Mortuaries
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Connoisseur Event The Fleisher-Jacobson Piano Duo Leon Fleisher, piano & Katherine Jacobson, piano Sunday, October 22 | 3:00 p.m. Wiedemann Hall
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SATURDAY, FEB 10 @ 8PM 2018
Carl Topilow, guest conductor Samuel Ramey, narrator Wichita Symphony Orchestra Chorus A patriotic salute to the brave men and women who defend our great nation and freedom with music by John Williams, John Philip Sousa, Richard Rodgers, and Aaron Copland’s Lincoln Portrait narrated by Samuel Ramey.
A PATRIOTIC SALUTE
Samuel Ramey, narrator
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