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ROBYN HITCHCOCK | EMMA SWIFT | 98 DEGREES | RICHARD THOMPSON | JEFF BECK | ERIC BURDON AND THE ANIMALS | GRAHAM NASH | SALT-N-PEPA WITH SPINDERELLA | HAPA | 1964 THE TRIBUTE | MARTY STUART | TONY BENNETT | ITAMAR ZORMAN | JOHN EATON | HERB ALPERT & LANI HALL | KENNY ROGERS | INTERNATIONAL GUITAR NIGHT | THE ALTERNATE ROUTES | CYNDI LAUPER | THE SILK ROAD ENSEMBLE WITH YO-YO MA | AUSTIN LOUNGE LIZARDS | LAWRENCE BROWNLEE | ARIEL QUARTET | THE STEELDRIVERS | THE OAK RIDGE BOYS | A PRAIRIE HOME COMPANION WITH GARRISON KEILLOR | THE SECOND CITY | BLACK VIOLIN | CHAD & JEREMY | SEAN WATKINS | SUFJAN STEVENS | PETRA HADEN & JESSE HARRIS | AOIFE O’DONOVAN | PATTI LuPONE | STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS | THE AIZURI QUARTET | ALEXANDER PETERS | THE NIGHTHAWKS | JOHN McCUTCHEON | HYPNOTIC BRASS ENSEMBLE | NATHANIEL RATELIFF & THE NIGHT SWEATS | THE NIELDS | CHRIS SMITHER | DREAM | KALLIOPE

JONES | RITA WILSON | BLIND

BOYS OF ALABAMA | TOM

PAXTON | THE QUEBE SISTERS

| JULIAN LAGE | 29TH ANNUAL

EVENING OF COMEDY | LAURA

BENANTI | EDWARD SHARPE

AND THE MAGNETIC ZEROS

| PRESERVATION HALL JAZZ

BAND | PAUL SIMON | 2016

SUMMER BLAST OFF!, “THE

PRESIDENT’S OWN” UNITED

STATES MARINE BAND | BOY

GEORGE | OPERATOR EMZ |

HARRY CONNICK JR. | JOHN

PRINE | CLASSIC ALBUMS LIVE

PRESENTS DAVID BOWIE | OMD

| CRISTINA PATO | BOB DYLAN |

PATTY GRIFFIN | SOJA | WALE | | DAVID FINCKEL | RAIDERS BALL | LAKE STREET DIVE | | ALAN KELLY GANG | LYLE O-TOWN | MEGHAN TRAINOR SOCIETY | MAHMOUD AHMED |

ANNUAL REPORT INCLUDING FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS

ALL-4-ONE | TED ALEXANDRO OF THE LOST ARK | MARCIA BILL FRISELL | ALLEN STONE LOVETT & HIS LARGE BAND | | SOLAS | YUJA WANG | TRIBE WAIT WAIT…DON’T TELL ME! |

PAT BENATAR & NEIL GIRALDO

| LA BOHÈME | ARJ BARKER

| LOS LOBOS | VOCES8 |

CELTIC FIDDLE FESTIVAL | MAT

KEARNEY | HUEY LEWIS & THE

NEWS | IRA GLASS | THE LONE

BELLOW | HAILEE STEINFELD

| RAGTIME | BRYAN ADAMS |

THE JONES FAMILY SINGERS |

FLIGHT OF THE CONCHORDS

| YOUNG MC | DELFEAYO MARSALIS & MARCUS ROBERTS QUARTET | LOOK PARK | LINDA DAVIS | BONNIE RAITT | ALAN DOYLE | CHAD HOOPES | COOLIO | DOLLY PARTON | MELISSA ETHERIDGE | PHILLIP PHILLIPS | EMMYLOU HARRIS | LORD HURON | BUMPER JACKSONS | OH PEP! | THE RAPE OF LUCRETIA | FOLK DANCES OF INDIA | JACKSON BROWNE | BONEY JAMES | NEEDTOBREATHE | MAVIS STAPLES | HOWARD JONES | RIVERDANCE | NATIONAL SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA | EMIL DE COU | RAY LaMONTAGNE | AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL | ALAN HELD | AMERICAN BALLET THEATRE | CARLOS VIVES | L’OPERA SERIA | NORTH MISSISSIPPI ALLSTARS | THE FIREBIRD | PINK MARTINI | BUDDY GUY | BARENAKED LADIES | STRAIGHT NO CHASER | SETH MacFARLANE | DON HENLEY | KRISTIN CHENOWETH | ASHA BHOSLE | FALU’S BOLLYWOOD ORCHESTRA | RYAN CABRERA | JAZZ AT LINCOLN CENTER ORCHESTRA WITH WYNTON MARSALIS | JD SOUTHER | JOHN MARK McMILLAN | WELSHLY ARMS | GOO GOO DOLLS | COLLECTIVE SOUL | MARSHA AMBROSIUS | CHICAGO | COLOR ME BADD | TONE LŌC | LEON BRIDGES | ROB BASE | COMMON KINGS | KEVIN GRIFFIN | LIANNE LA HAVAS | “WEIRD AL” YANKOVIC | DEE DEE BRIDGEWATER | SOUTHSIDE JOHNNY & THE POOR FOOLS | CHAISE LOUNGE | BICKRAM GHOSH’S DRUMS OF INDIA | JOHN PAUL WHITE | NELLIE McKAY | RICKIE LEE JONES | THE BAND PERRY | RICKY MARTIN | WU HAN | MATT NATHANSON | PHILIP SETZER | TEDESCHI TRUCKS BAND | ENTER THE HAGGIS | SHEILA E. | WILLIE NILE | STEVE VAI | ART GARFUNKEL | THE SWINGLES | BOSTON BRASS | EMERSON STRING QUARTET


2016 WOLF TRAP FOUNDATION BOARD OF DIRECTORS Mrs. Michelle Obama Honorary Chair Mr. Daniel A. D’Aniello Chairman Mr. Arvind Manocha President and CEO Mrs. Hillary D. Baltimore Vice Chairman and Secretary Mr. C.E. Andrews Mrs. Patrice K. Brickman Mr. Nicholas E. Calio Ms. Teresa Carlson Mr. Enrico A. Della Corna Ms. Lynn R. Dillon Mr. Ric Edelman Mr. Vincent L. Ferraro Ms. Virginia McGehee Friend Mr. Gregory S. Gallopoulos Ms. Denise Grant Mr. Gil Guarino Mrs. Janet Hill Mr. Frederick S. Humphries, Jr. Mr. Donald Irwin, IV Mr. Jonathan B. Jarvis

Mr. Richard Jeanneret Mr. Tim Keating Mrs. Nazzic S. Keene The Hon. Dirk Kempthorne Mr. John E. King Ms. Anne R. Kline Ms. Nancy J. Laben Mr. David H. Langstaff Mr. John C. Lee, IV Mr. Mark C. Lowham Gen. (Ret.) Lester L. Lyles Mrs. Terri McClements Mr. Thomas W. Minnick Ms. Ramona Mockoviak Dr. Mark G. Mykityshyn Mr. Christopher J. Nassetta Dr. Long V. Nguyen The Hon. Sean O’Keefe Mr. Patrick S. Pacious Mr. Robert Frank Pence Mr. Charles L. Prow Mr. Dion Rudnicki Mr. B. Francis Saul, III Mrs. Danielle O. Saunders Mr. Mark A. Simione Mr. Stuart L. Solomon

Mr. Darrin L. Talley Mr. Robert Van Hoecke Mr. John B. Veihmeyer Ms. Kathy Warden Mr. Bruce D. Wardinski Mr. John B. Wood OTHER OFFICERS Ms. Beth Brummel Vice President, External Affairs Mr. Stephen D. Kahn General Counsel PRESIDENT EMERITUS Mr. Terrence D. Jones EMERITUS DIRECTOR The Hon. Norman Y. Mineta FOUNDER Mrs. Jouett Shouse (1896–1994)

2016 WOLF TRAP ASSOCIATES BOARD Mrs. Dorothy McAuliffe Honorary Chair Mr. Robert Van Hoecke Chairman Ms. Kimberly H. Stewart Vice Chair and Secretary

Mrs. Maris P. Angolia Ms. Karen E. Avery Mr. Alan S. Berson Ms. S. Whitney Bowman-Zatzkin Dr. Brian R. Clark Mrs. Karen Cleveland Mr. Steven Day Mrs. Margaret Gupta Ms. Glenda A. Harvey Mr. Robert H. Hawthorne

Mr. Loren B. Hudziak Mr. Richard Jackson, PT, OCS Mr. Tim Meyers Mr. Ryan Miller Mr. Reed W. Neuman Ms. Patricia Nicoson Mr. Kevin Robbins Mr. Kevin L. Rusnak Mr. J. Bruce Wardle, CAE


Every time the curtain rises, the impact of the arts is made clear. But what often goes unseen are the passionate efforts of a diverse group of people who believe in Wolf Trap Foundation’s mission and faithfully support it. In this exceptional year of milestones, the impact of our community took center stage. Together, we celebrated the 100th birthday of the National Park Service and set new standards for institutional support through recordbreaking philanthropy. On stage, legendary artists, explosive debuts, and thrilling premieres inspired us. And in classrooms across the country, more children in more communities are better prepared for success in school thanks to the expansion of our groundbreaking early childhood programs. The accomplishments of 2016 were made possible, in large part, through the collective contributions of a thriving community of artists, patrons, donors, partners, educators, and many others. We are united

by our belief in the transformative power of the performing arts to bring people together through shared experiences that they carry with them all their lives. In 2016, the power of our community was on full display. We are grateful for all that you do.

Daniel D’Aniello Chairman of the Board of Directors

Arvind Manocha President and CEO

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LEGENDS AND DEBUTS

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Each year, Wolf Trap presents an incredibly diverse slate of artists, in genres ranging from rock to pop, classical to Broadway, country to hip-hop. In 2016, some of the biggest names in music graced the stages of the Filene Center and The Barns, and a multitude of legendary artists were added to the list of Wolf Trap debuts. Sufjan Stevens presented a kaleidoscopic feast for the senses. Donning fantastical feathered wings and flanked by vibrantly attired

backup singers, the neon-bedecked indie artist brought thousands of enthusiastic fans to their feet.


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Patti LuPone made opening week at The Barns shine as bright as the Great White Way. Wolf Trap celebrated the Centennial of the National Park Service with concerts by debut artist Ricky Martin and longtime favorite Bonnie Raitt. The summer season welcomed a host of artists to the Filene Center stage for the first time, including Eagles front man Don Henley, global pop star Meghan Trainor, and ’90s hip-hop trailblazers Salt-N-Pepa. The new acts brought new visitors to the Park, like the legions of young fans who heard 27-year-old retro soul singer Leon Bridges throw down like the Motown and Stax stars of the 1960s. The two sold-out shows that marked the debut of Paul Simon were also potentially his Wolf Trap swan song, as he spoke to The New York Times of the possibility of retiring from show business. In the next week, the Filene Center hosted Indian megastar Asha Bhosle and Bob Dylan, who in the fall became the first musician to win the Nobel Prize in literature.

THE FILENE CENTER PRESENTED

61 DEBUTS

SOLD-OUT 22

performances

Thank you to 2016 Summer Season Premier Sponsor PNC and Season Underwriters Dan and Gayle D’Aniello.

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COMMITMENT TO CLASSICAL ARTS Since Wolf Trap’s opening day in 1971, opera, symphony, dance, and chamber music have been central to the Foundation’s mission. That tradition continues with Wolf Trap’s artistic partner of longest standing, the National Symphony Orchestra, as well as with Chamber Music at The Barns and Wolf Trap Opera’s ongoing commitment to identifying, developing, and showcasing the best young talent in the country. 4 2016 ANNUAL REPORT


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American Ballet Theatre made a triumphant return to Wolf Trap after more than three decades. The three-night engagement of Prokofiev’s Romeo and Juliet brought drama and pageantry to the Filene Center stage. Benjamin Britten’s thought-provoking The Rape of Lucretia opened the summer opera season. The Lucretia Project, a comprehensive slate of free community programs, allowed patrons to examine the production’s challenging themes through the lenses of drama, music, theology, and visual art. Through March 2017, view the Wolf Trap Opera production at wolftrap.org/streaming. Designed and directed by Janni Younge of the Handspring Puppet Company and War Horse fame, The Firebird reimagined Stravinsky’s masterpiece. For this ambitious co-commission, Wolf Trap Foundation partnered with a roster of colleagues that included the Ravinia Festival and the Hollywood Bowl. Wolf Trap Opera’s one-night-only Filene Center production of La bohème set Puccini’s tale of young artists and lovers amid the social and political chaos of the closing months of World War I. The acclaimed Emerson String Quartet are the Artistic Advisors for the 20th anniversary season of Chamber Music at The Barns. Featuring both internationally recognized artists and up-andcoming talent, the series takes full advantage of a venue that was tailor-made for chamber music. Nearly three decades after his Wolf Trap debut, renowned bass-baritone Alan Held returned as the 2016 Artist in Residence to mentor the next generation of singers. He and WTO artists appeared in an NSO concert celebrating the rich cultural heritage of America’s National Parks.

JUST WHEN YOU THINK

WOLF TRAP OPERA CAN’T KEEP CHURNING OUT

IMAGINATIVE + SURPRISING

PRODUCTIONS, DARNED IF IT DOESN’T HAPPEN AGAIN. —Opera News on WTO’s U.S. premiere of Gassmann’s L’Opera Seria

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ARTS FOR ALL

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Arts for All: It’s a value that guides much of Wolf Trap’s work. Through accessibility initiatives and community programming, Wolf Trap served up top-tier arts experiences to a wider and more diverse audience than ever before. Young At Arts, a new accessibility initiative, provided thousands of free youth tickets to select Filene Center performances. American Ballet Theatre’s Romeo and Juliet, Riverdance, and a concert by Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis were just

a few of the events that invited families to introduce their children to the performing arts. The program creates access points and affordable opportunities for families to connect with each other and with arts experiences.


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With her historic rise to the top of her art form, Misty Copeland drew countless new fans to ballet. The American Ballet Theatre prima ballerina welcomed students from Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Washington and Turnaround Arts to Wolf Trap for a Romeo and Juliet dress rehearsal and special meet-and-greet. Children’s Theatre-in-the-Woods entertained and educated young children with a slate of offerings that included 14 Wolf Trap debuts, among them Seattle “kindie rock” group The Not-Its! and spirited streetdance crew FLY Dance Company. The season kicked off with a performance by Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Lisa Loeb, who encouraged youngsters to sing along with enthusiastic renditions of camp songs and nursery rhymes—and took their folks back 20 years with her hit song “Stay (I Missed You).” Throughout the season, Wolf Trap provided community-service tickets to nonprofits working with children with disabilities and children who are economically disadvantaged. Two free concerts by “The President’s Own” United States Marine Band bookend every Filene Center season. At Summer Blast Off! patriotic music is the order of the day, from John Philip Sousa’s “Stars and Stripes Forever” to this year’s world premiere of David DeBoor Canfield’s “Yankee Doodle Fanfareture.” Accessible familyfriendly programming continues in the winter, when thousands of singers bundle up against the cold for the Holiday Sing-A-Long, which features local vocal groups.

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EDUCATING THE NEXT GENERATION

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The arts move us, inspiring joy and sparking creativity. The arts also have the ability to teach, enabling learning and leaving impressions on young people that will last a lifetime. Through arts education and community outreach, Wolf Trap is introducing the next generation to the power of the performing arts.

“Wolf Trap Institute for Early Learning Through the Arts is a great example of creative teaching, arts integration, and instilling joy of learning at an early age,� said U.S. Secretary of

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Education John B. King Jr. Dr. King observed a Wolf Trap Institute classroom at Dogwood Elementary School in Reston, Virginia.


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In the fall, the Wolf Trap storefront opened at Junior Achievement Finance Park Fairfax County. The center hosts immersive budgeting simulations that introduce every eighth-grader in Fairfax County Public Schools (more than 14,000 per year) to real-life scenarios. “Many local students grow up coming to Wolf Trap, and as they learn to make smart financial decisions, we hope they see the arts as a vital part of our community landscape, and a good investment of their entertainment dollars,” said Wolf Trap Foundation President and CEO Arvind Manocha. In an effort to address the crucial need for diversity within arts administration, Wolf Trap offers a Multicultural Diversity Initiative and an Economic Diversity Initiative. In 2016, over half of the 25 summer interns participated in at least one of these programs. The internship program is newly supported in part by the Rubenstein Next Generation Initiative. Wolf Trap Institute welcomed its latest affiliate, theArtsFund of San Antonio, in the spring. Dr. Libby Doggett, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Policy and Early Learning, U.S. Dept. of Education, and Rep. Lloyd Doggett (Texas) joined Wolf Trap Foundation President and CEO Arvind Manocha in announcing the partnership with theArtsFund, a San Antonio nonprofit dedicated to using the arts to bridge achievement gaps.

TEACHERS ARE USING

THEATER + DANCE

TO TEACH MATH—AND

IT’S WORKING wrote The Washington Post, reporting on new analysis by American Institutes for Research that showed that one Wolf Trap Institute model program significantly improved students’ math achievement. In fact, children in Wolf Trap classrooms gained 26–34 days, or up to 1.7 months, of additional math learning.

The Congressional Arts Caucus invited leaders from Wolf Trap Foundation, the U.S. Department of Education, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra’s OrchKids to a briefing and performance. Titled The Importance of the Arts in a Well-Rounded Education, the presentation emphasized the need to support arts education at the local, state, and federal levels.

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LEADING THE WAY

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Wolf Trap Foundation is strengthened by the collective and individual contributions of the organization’s leadership. Chairman Daniel D’Aniello and President and CEO Arvind Manocha hosted an elegant Leadership Dinner at The Barns to thank and honor the Foundation’s top individual philanthropists. Former Wolf Trap Foundation Board of Directors and Associates Board members reconnected at a Joint Board Alumni Gathering in the winter. In the summer, more

than 100 current and former Board leaders gathered for the Annual Joint Board and Alumni Dinner, celebrating Wolf Trap’s decadeslong tradition of engagement and support. The event included a shared expression of gratitude and remembrance for two exceptional Wolf Trap champions—former Foundation Board Chairs Mary H. Beggs and Earle C. Williams (also Director Emeritus)—whose


passion for the performing arts, commitment to education, and love of community endure through their many contributions and accomplishments.

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Dr. Shashikant “Shashi” Gupta and Mrs. Margaret Gupta contributed $1 million to Wolf Trap Institute for Early Learning Through the Arts. The largest individual philanthropic gift in the 35-year history of the Institute, it supports Wolf Trap’s nationally recognized program that delivers artsintegrated education opportunities to 60,000 teachers, parents, caregivers, and students annually. Through her philanthropy, Catherine Filene Shouse created the first and only National Park dedicated to the performing arts. Through its support of Wolf Trap’s programming, the Filene Foundation continues the vital legacy of Mrs. Shouse, who envisioned a unique place where the arts are enjoyed in harmony with nature. More than 20 Filene family members traveled from both coasts to tour the grounds and meet with Wolf Trap leadership. Washington Business Journal honored Wolf Trap Foundation President and CEO Arvind Manocha as one of Washington’s Top Minority Business Leaders. The award recognizes the region’s leaders for their professional accomplishments, contributions to community, and philanthropy.

WOLF TRAP FOUNDATION WELCOMED SIX NEW BOARD MEMBERS •C  .E. Andrews, Chief Executive Officer and member of Board of Directors, MorganFranklin Consulting •L  ynn R. Dillon, volunteer and philanthropist •N  ancy Laben, Chief Legal Officer, Corporate Secretary, and Executive Vice President of Booz Allen Hamilton

•T  erri McClements, Managing Partner, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP •D  ion Rudnicki, community leader and volunteer •M  ark A. Simione, Senior Vice President, Chief Financial and Administrative Officer, and Treasurer, Noblis

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PHILANTHROPY AND CELEBRATION

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The success of Wolf Trap Foundation’s programs and outreach is made possible only by organizations and individuals whose philanthropic dedication propels the organization toward greater community impact. Under a glittering canopy of lights and surrounded by lush greenery and stunning imagery of national parklands, more than 800 guests celebrated the National Park Service Centennial at the Wolf Trap Ball.

Attracting a diverse guest list of philanthropic, business, political, and cultural leaders, the Foundation’s largest annual fundraiser generated a record-breaking $1.6 million in support. The Honorable Sally Jewell


served as Honorary Chair, and Fred and Kim Humphries and Tim and Ann Keating were the co-chairs of the Ball. The evening kicked off with a stunning patriotic medley sung by Wolf Trap Opera alumna and star mezzo-soprano Denyce Graves.

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Ball guest speaker Mrs. Laura Bush, Honorary Co-chair of the National Park Service’s Centennial Celebration and former Honorary Chair of Wolf Trap Foundation, emphasized the special role that Wolf Trap and the National Park Service play in America’s cultural heritage. Much to the surprise of delighted guests, former President George W. Bush appeared on stage to introduce his wife. The 2016 Wolf Trap Ball Lead Sponsors were Daniel and Gayle D’Aniello, with The Boeing Company and Microsoft as Presenting Sponsors. Margaret and Shashi Gupta and Suzy and Bob Pence served as Host Sponsors. Diamondlevel Sponsors included Hillary and Tom Baltimore, Christina and Gary Mather, KPMG, MicroStrategy, PwC, SunTrust, and USAA.

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A springtime tradition, Wine at Wolf Trap dazzled guests with a five-course plated dinner with wine pairings and live entertainment that highlighted the upcoming 2016 summer season. Fall welcomed the first-ever Bourbon, Bowties, and Blues fundraiser. The event offered guests bourbon tastings, bourbon-inspired barbecue, and music by one of D.C.’s best blues bands, Moonshine Society. These two events at The Barns raised more than $200,000 for Wolf Trap Foundation’s arts and education programs. More than 120 donors and guests enjoyed the annual Legacy Circle Dinner, which honors those who have included Wolf Trap Foundation

OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS WOLF TRAP FOUNDATION’S INDIVIDUAL MEMBERSHIP HAS

CONTRIBUTED INCOME HAS

G R OW N F R O M

GROWN FROM 7,000 $7.8 MILLION TO

TO

10,000 11 MILLION $

in their estate plans. President and CEO Arvind Manocha thanked members for their generous expression of support for Wolf Trap’s

future. Attendees were delighted by an extraordinary performance by Wolf Trap Opera Filene Young Artists Kerriann Otaño and Timothy Bruno.

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2016 PHILANTHROPIC SUPPORT INDIVIDUAL DONORS Wolf Trap Foundation is deeply grateful to each of the following individuals for supporting the Foundation through 2016 membership gifts, sponsorships, fundraisers, and endowment giving between July 1, 2015, and July 31, 2016. To donate, please contact Wolf Trap Development at 703.255.1927 or visit wolftrap.org/give.

2016 SEASON UNDERWRITERS $250,000+

Boofie and Joe O’Gorman Laura and Sean O’Keefe Kevin and Kate Robbins Ranvir and Adarsh Trehan Herb VanHook and Madeleine Abel

Shashikant and Margaret Gupta David M. Rubenstein

$10,000 TO $14,999

Dan and Gayle D’Aniello

$100,000 TO $249,999 Anonymous, Gift in Memory of Mary H. Beggs Jean and Ric Edelman Jacqueline B. Mars

$75,000 TO $99,999 Hillary and Tom Baltimore Virginia McGehee Friend Christina and Gary Mather Michael Saylor

$50,000 TO $74,999 Calvin and Janet Hill John and Susie King John C. Lee, IV and Cindy Lee Suzy and Bob Pence Robert and Lisa Van Hoecke

$25,000 TO $49,999 Anonymous Daniel and Karin Akerson Scott and Patrice Brickman Gil and Janice Guarino Robert M. and Joyce A. Johnson Anne R. Kline and Geoffrey Pohanka Matt Korn and Cindy Miller Sachiko Kuno Foundation Michelle S. Lee Stephen and Betsy Mundt Dawn and Frank Saul Karen and Fred Schaufeld Ed and Andy Smith F. Chapman and Grace Taylor The Webber Family The Anthony and Beatrice Welters Family Deborah F. and David A. Winston Suzanne and Glenn Youngkin

$15,000 TO $24,999 Anonymous Beth B. Buehlmann John and Lynn Dillon Craig and Valerie Dykstra James N. Glerum and Diane Morales Glerum Don and Angela Irwin Governor and Mrs. Dirk Kempthorne Janet and Jerry Kohlenberger David H. Langstaff Gen. (Ret.) Lester L. and Mina Lyles Arvind Manocha and Gideon Malone Ramona Mockoviak Chris and Paige Nassetta Diane and Tim Naughton Long Nguyen

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Anonymous Marcia and Frank C. Carlucci III Dr. and Mrs. Brian R. Clark Michele Duell and Richard Duffy Katherine Goudreau and Don Mesecher Steve Hale Shelly and Jack Hazel Clark Hoyt and Linda Kauss John and Tracie Jacquemin/ The Jacquemin Family Foundation Ashok and Stuti Kaveeshwar Charla and Howard Levine Estate of Sally D. Liff Mark C. Lowham James and Cheryl MacGuidwin Ray and Colleen McDuffie Ann McPherson McKee, Gift in Remembrance of Burtt & Rebecca Gray McKee and Douglas & Ann McKee Seeley Tim and Sherry Meyers Reed and Pat Menster Neuman Michelle Newberry Patsy and Howard Norton Lola C. Reinsch/Dorchester Apartments and Towers on Columbia Pike, Arlington David A. Robertson Dr. James Roth Gerry and Lynn Rubin Danielle O. and John H. Saunders Darrin and Sarah Talley Peter and Ann Tanous Theresa Thompson Mr.+ and Mrs. Earle C. Williams Dr. and Mrs. Mark E. Wolken Theresa and John B. Wood Greg and Janne Young

$5,000 TO $9,999 Anonymous (15) Dr. and Mrs. Duane A. Adams Ramon and Marissa Alcala Gary and Mary Ann Amstutz Mrs. Benjamin P. Astley Karen Avery and Richard Chapman Russel and Ann Bantham Richard Bates/The Walt Disney Company The Honorable and Mrs.+ James M. Beggs Mark and Jennie Bishof David Borowski and Kerry Cadden Harlan W. and Mary M. Bowers Diane and Sheina Bronfman Beth Brummel and Michael Beresik Mark and Nancy Burnette Antoinette C. Bush Shawn and Gail Cali Drew and Therese Caplan Teresa Carlson

Brian and Allayne Chappelle The Chaskin Family Jay W. and Heidi A. Chesky Brian J. Christianson Karen and Jim Cleveland Cynthia A. and Robert A. Clohan III Kenneth W. Coan/Sevila Coan Financial Group of Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC Kathy and Jim Connor Brian Curtin, BRPH Architects-Engineers, Inc. David Samuel Daley Louis Delair, Jr. Tami and Jeff Dierman Carla Diggs Smith and Stephen Smith, MD Dr. James and Diane Ecklund Mr. and Mrs. Dean S. Edmonds/ Dean S. Edmonds Foundation Robert O. Eisinger Kimberly Engel and Family John Felicitas and Christine Wray Vincent Ferraro and Laura Forte Rachel and Bob Foster Bruce Freedman Russell Frey Drs. Ted and Linda Friehling J. H. Gaddis Christa and Greg Gallopoulos Cathy A. German Bonnie L. Goldschmidt and Michele Shimek William and Jacqueline A. Gravell Marge and Joe Grills Marlene and William Haffner Glenda and Stephen Harvey Robert H. and Brenda Hawthorne Charles and Kathleen Helein Emily and Carl Holubowich Loren B. Hudziak Mikel Irvine Richard and Anna Jackson Lisa and Richard Jeanneret Eric and Heather Kadel Mr. and Mrs. Joel S. Kanter/ Kanter Family Foundation Laura, Jess, Mike, and Tim Kennedy James Lintott and May Liang Gigi and Mike Louden and Dabney Hart James J. Lynch Clark and Kathleen Manning and Family Philip and Sandy+ Marcum Scott and Patricia McMullan Susan and David McMunn Susie and Josh Metz Mark and Brenda Moore Mario and Dana Morino Ben and Jamie Musgrove Marcia L. Newbill Patricia Nicoson Pat and Annie Pacious Justin and Marcia Paulson Carol S. Popowsky Dan Remaklus and Wendy Colestock Edgar and Lillian Rios/The R&R Foundation Jeannette E. Roach and Whitfield A. Russell Estate of William F. Roeder, Jr.


Brenda and William Romenius Dion and Michelle Rudnicki Kevin L. Rusnak and Donald R. Dechow Jr. Jeff and Dawn Sanok Bernadette and Ed Saperstein Lisa and Mark Schneider Stan and Ruth Seemann John and Darcy Sekas Patrick and Kimberly Shanahan Mr. and Mrs. Craig Sharon Joan Sheppard Jon and Pat Simons Tina and Albert Small, Jr. Joel K. and Martha L. Smith Peter and Jennie Stathis Kim and Gary Stewart David L. Straus, Gift in Remembrance of Betty B. Straus Virginia and Alan Strauss Gregory D. Sullivan Susan B. Sutter Brad and Martha Taishoff Mark Testoni Tori Thomas Victoria Trumbower The Honorable Hans N. Tuch and Mrs.+ Tuch Sandra Tullius Katherine Ann and Caroline Van Kirk Richard and Mary Wall Kathy Warden Bruce and Christine Wardinski John and Gina Wasson Sue Irish and Kenn Weir Mary B. White, Esq. Lisa and Eric Wieman Sean and Nancy Willson William and Terry Witowsky Jake and Whitney Zatzkin Peggy and Otto Zipf

$3,500 TO $4,999 Anonymous (22) Eddie Adkins and Jeff Mendell Anna Marie Alvarado Melinda Ampthor Louis Andors/Andors Real Estate Group Mr. and Mr. Jay Andre Stephen M. Antal in Memory of Patricia A. Antal Marvin E. Ausherman James and Theresa Bachmann John and Caren Backus Kathi Bakin Cynthia S. Barnes Bill and Barbara Barnhart Sharon and Gary Batie Stephen F. Bell and Phoebe Stapleton Thomas A. Belles and Carla Minosh Alan and Leslie Berson/ Leadership Conversations Kevin and Jane Bise Sara Nelson Bloom William G. Bouie Tom and Elly Brosius David V. Bruce Barbara Burleson Dennis and Julie Bruns Alice and Terry Burns Laina Bush and Michael Zajkowski William and Mary Callan Chuck Campbell and Lisa LeGow Mrs. William A. Cantrell, II Jim and Mary Anne Carlson Julie Carter Roberts The Cates Family Thomas Chacho James and Karen Chamberlain Kenneth and Kitty Chatelain Sheena and Ashvani Chuchra Michael and Deborah Chusmir John Claringbould Kristin and Terry Clark Susan Clayman Mark Richard Clem and Kathleen Callahan

Robert M. Coffelt, Jr. in Honor of Annetta J. Coffelt and Remembrance of Robert M. Coffelt Marcy and Neil Cohen, Ryna Cohen Joseph and Jocelyne Colao Franklin C. Coleman Matt and Jana Collier Jeff and Edyta Corydon Mr. Charles Cox and Dr. Catherine L. Marsh Jon and Patty Craver Dan and Bekki Danner Jeff and Linda Davidson John and Mary Davis Steve and Christie Day Susie and Oscar De Soto Lawrence and Sharon Deibel Enrico and Linda Della Corna David L. Denny and Laurie Scott Nasreen and Nazir Dossani Kristin and Eric Dubelier Raymond A. and Roslyn M. Duda Juliana Dunlap and James Corrigan George and Karen Eichert Eddie Eitches, AFGE Local 476 Randall Eliason and Cherie Kiser The Honorable John and Michelle Engler Jack Fahey Kevin and Maureen Feeney Ginny Kogan Feldman Ernest and Susan Fine J. M. Fingerhut Michael P. and Marilyn H. Fitzgerald Beth C. Flanagan Roger and Nancy Fones Mary and Leo Fox John and Rhonda Franklin Lauren E. Freeman Andrew and Barbara Friedman Gerry and Lynne Gabrys/Guest Services, Inc. Sherry, Jen, and Sarah Gardner Dennis and Malinda Garris April Georgelas Barbara Gernon and Valerie Kimball Gayle and Tom Giblin Susan and Marshall Ginsburg Chris and Clare Girolamo Don and Mary Goddard Warren and Catherine Gorrell Charles D. Gray and Susan D. McCluskey Mark and Jodie Gray Gayle and David Greene Nancy J. Griffith Brian and Deb Grosner Stanley J. and Cynthia M. Gutkowski MaryLynn and Greg Haase Nicole Alfandre Halbreiner Stephen J. Hammond The Hardesty Family Alicia and Geoff Harkness Jeffrey and Elizabeth Harris Theresa D. Healey Frank J. Hearl Sharon Heinle and Chris DeLashmutt David Hemingson and Caroline Rapking Peter J. Henry/Capstone Realty, LTD. Sue J. Henry and Carter G. Phillips Donna Henshaw Albert and Charlotte Herndon Merton K. Hill Brian P. Hochheimer and Marjorie H. Wax John and Colleen Hope J. Timothy and Debra M. Howard Fred and Kim Humphries Lisa Hunt Ashley Iddings LTC (R) Maddie P. Jims Terre and Polly Jones Deborah A. Kahn and Harris N. Miller Florence and Joseph Kaltovich Nazzic and Daniel Keene Sean M. Kelley Ross and Kaye Kory Jonathan and Gayle Kosarin David F. La Mar and Terri L. Crowl Lanny and Barbara Lancaster

David and Mary Beth Lane Anne Lantry Sheri A. Layton Sue Leonard Dr. and Mrs. Martin S. Lerman Matt Lerner/Frederick Coin Exchange Leviton Family Vivian H. Lewis/GeoConcepts Diana Locke and Robert Toense Patricia and Joseph Lonardo Jenifer Joy Madden and Mark Madden Michael and Jennifer Maloney Abby Mandel and Mark Hirsch Lori and Scott Marks Albert and Terese Martinez Kim L. Mason, CFP Jim and Cheryl McCarthy Melanie and Timm McCarty Terri and Michael McClements Patrick and Sheryl McCurnin Cristina F. and Michael A. McLaughlin Mark and Judy McNamee Charles G. and Kathy L. Meehan Linda Bell and Tobia Mercuro John and Elizabeth Miklos Dr. Suzette Mikula and Col. (R) James Stockmoe Thomas W. Minnick, National Counseling Group David and Vanessa Moir Lee, Jax, and Lilly Monsein Kathleen M. Moore Dean F. Morehouse Dee Dodson Morris E. Wayne and Nancy B. Morris The Morrissette Family Darren and Jodi Morton Charles T. Moses III and Linda Hosted Moses The Muench Family Bernett Mullins Gift in memory of Tom Mullins David P. Murray Robert T. Myers III Dr. Mark and Amy Mykityshyn Paul Newman and Bobbi Sprague Edward and Susan O’Connell The Page Family Annie Patenaude Laura Peebles and Ellen Fingerman Carol and Jerry Perone Glen and Nora Petitt Margaret A. Porta and Matthew T. Swayhoover Jeanne and Kevin Potter Charles and Angela Prow Jeff and Jill Purdy James Raba David Rand Mike Rebibo/WashingtonFirst Mortgage James and Linda Rettberg Rick and Faith Roberts Debby Robinson Gerald A. and Susan Eads Role Paula and David Rutherford Alicia Saffer and Kris Hatlelid Karl and Susan Salnoske Peter and Barbara Salvatore Rob Colenso and Kaiti Saunders Susan Sawyer Dave and Eileen Scearse Jodi Scholes and Karen Foer Patty and Dave Shields Cal Shintani Paul Shively and Claire Orth Joseph and Tammy Signorelli Mark A. Simione W. Scott Simmer and Peggy Schoen Cora and Murray Simpson Michael and Elaine Singer/ Plato’s Closet Dulles Linda B. Singletary Robert and Dana K. Sitnick Dana K. and Patricia L. Smith Dr. Dru and Mrs. Marie Smith Linda and Nigel Smyth Stu and Gina Solomon Dale and Susan Song Joan Stansfield, Stansfield Signature Real Estate Judith M. Stehling and Edgar J. Ariza-Niño Kathleen and Scott Stewart

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$3,500 TO $4,999 (CONT.) Lisa Stransky Lori Jenkins and George Swygert, Capital One Shelley R. Teets and Susan Boomer Terry and Peggy Thornton Donald and Gloria Thorson Rob Timmins and Jeff Kaplan Joseph B. Tompkins, Jr. Tim and Corina Trainer John and Mary Tuohy

Julia and Robert Vazquez Beth and John Veihmeyer Drs. Virginia Steen and Joseph Verbalis Christopher and Karen Warack Ed and Maria Ward Jim and Diane Ward J. Bruce and Linda C. Wardle Roger and Diane Warin Elizabeth A. Way and Dorothy Dougherty Janine and Bob Weaver

Sandy and Carolyn Weininger W.G. and E.F. Wickersham Dick and Maiju Wilson Pete and Lil Wixted Alan and Sandra Yamamoto James Y. S. Yap Dr. Dave Yeske Carol and Don Yesukaitis S. Zeliff + Deceased

CORPORATE, FOUNDATION & GOVERNMENT PARTNERS Wolf Trap Foundation is deeply grateful to the following institutions for supporting the Foundation through grants, corporate memberships, sponsorships, fundraisers, and endowment giving between July 1, 2015, and July 31, 2016. To donate, please contact Wolf Trap Development at 703.255.1927 or visit wolftrap.org/give.

$250,000+

$17,500 TO $34,999

The Boeing Company County of Fairfax, Virginia Department of the Interior, National Park Service The PNC Foundation

Airlines for America Apex Foundation Arent Fox LLP Battelle Brown-Forman Corporation Choice Hotels International Deloitte Double Wood Farm FedEx The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company The Home Depot The Hearst Foundation, Inc. IBM KPMG The Reva and David Logan Foundation MAXIMUS Nauticon Imaging Systems NORDSTROM Northern Trust Pragmatics, Inc. PwC LLP PwC Charitable Foundation, Inc. Reston Limousine Russell Reynolds Associates Sport & Health Clubs Starr Hill Brewery Telos Corporation TTR / Sotheby’s International Realty WAMU 88.5

$100,000 TO $249,999 Anonymous iHeartMedia, Inc. Lincoln and Therese Filene Foundation Microsoft Corporation

$50,000 TO $99,999 Booz Allen Hamilton Cox Communications The Kenneth W. and Janice W. Freeman Family Foundation General Dynamics Grant Thornton LLP Hilton Worldwide Karin’s Florist Lockheed Martin Corporation Mars Foundation National Endowment for the Arts Noblis Northrop Grumman Playa Hotels & Resorts and Crestline Hotels & Resorts Tickets.com U.S. Trust The USAA Foundation Virginia Commission for the Arts WHITE64

$35,000 TO $49,999 American Airlines The Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation Capital One Hilton McLean Tysons Corner The Ithaka Foundation Marriott International NBC4 Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) SAP NS2 SunTrust Foundation

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$10,000 TO $17,499 Anonymous Alston & Bird, LLP Amazon Web Services American Council of Life Insurers Applied Memetics LLC Arts Council of Fairfax County The Theodore H. Barth Foundation, Inc. BDO Bender Foundation, Inc. BIT Systems, Inc. Brown Advisory The Commercial Law Group, PLLC Dominion E. & J. Gallo Winery DLA Piper The Richard Eaton Foundation Engility Corporation Enterprise Knowledge Ernst & Young Graduate Management Admission Council

Hogan Lovells Host Hotels & Resorts Kearney & Co. Nancy Peery Marriott Foundation, Inc. Merlin International, Inc. Service Distributing, Inc. Shugoll Research Sidley Austin Foundation Sprint Foundation Sterling Capital Partners Tangible Security USAA Venable Foundation Vencore The Volgenau Foundation Washington Workplace Williams & Connolly LLP Xerox Corporation

$5,000 TO $9,999 3M Accenture Advance Concepts, Inc. Arnold F. Baggins Foundation, Inc. C.R. Bard Foundation Celerity Compusearch Software Systems, Inc. The Dallas Morse Coors Foundation for the Performing Arts Marshall B. Coyne Foundation, Inc. Devils Backbone Brewing Company The Max and Victoria Dreyfus Foundation, Inc. Evolver, Inc. Exxon Mobil Corporation Ferrari Janelia Farm Research Campus/HHMI M&T Bank The Meltzer Group MorganFranklin Consulting MyEyeDr. NetApp Olivera Music Entertainment The Piedmont Charitable Foundation Pitney Bowes Foundation The Nelson J. and Katherine Friant Post Foundation Select Event Group Stratos Solutions Washington Forrest Foundation Westland Printers Xcelerate Solutions


FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS 2015 OPERATING REVENUE

2015 OPERATING EXPENSES

75%

33% 49%

16% 15%

9%

3% Ticket Sales 49% Contributions and Grants 33% Other Earned Income 15% Endowment Distribution 3%

Performances, Education, and Opera 75% General and Administrative 16% Fundraising 9%

2015 Ticket Sales

$ 15,656,477

2014 $

14,654,313

Contributions and Grants

10,595,886

9,927,206

Other Earned Income*

4,585,024

4,267,501

Endowment Distribution

976,260

915,341

Total Operating Revenue

$ 31,813,647

$ 29,764,361

23,215,762

22,035,508

Program Services General and Administrative Fundraising Total Operating Expenses

$

Cash and Receivables

4,612,798

4,715,710

3,402,754

2,705,415

31,231,314

$ 29,456,633

12,923,632

11,363,957

Investments

20,294,948

21,130,629

Property and Equipment

10,669,505

10,854,016

$ 43,888,085

$ 43,348,602

3,222,017

2,816,580

Total Assets Liabilities Net Assets Total Liabilities and Net Assets

40,666,068

40,532,022

$ 43,888,085

$ 43,348,602

*Primarily concessions, rentals, and education service fees For further information please contact us at info@wolftrap.org. 2016 financial highlights will appear in the 2017 Annual Report. Wolf Trap Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

Content: Glenn Dixon, Sara Jaffe, Jo LaBrecque, Michelle Pendoley Design: Liz Summers Art Direction: Sara Shaffer Photography: Traci J. Brooks, Griffin Harrington, Sara Jaffe, Andy Kiel, Nick Klein, Abram Eric Landes, Bryan Murphy, Daniel Schwartz, Scott Suchman, Clarissa Villondo

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