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October 28, 2018—LA Phil—CAMA's Centennial Season—Opening Night—International Series at The Granada Theatre, Santa Barbara

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2018 RED CARPET RECEPTION—3:00 PM CONCERT—4:00 PM Los Angeles Philharmonic Paolo Bortolameolli, conductor Jean-Yves Thibaudet, piano Two of the nation’s most prestigious classical music institutions come together to mark a shared Centennial as CAMA opens its 100th anniversary season with a performance by the dynamic Los Angeles Philharmonic, which is also celebrating its own century of excellence in 2018/2019, having performed well over 250 concerts in Santa Barbara for CAMA over the past century. Maestro Paolo Bortolameolli will conduct a program of Beethoven’s Symphony No.5 and Saint-Saëns’s Piano Concerto No.5 with international superstar pianist and local favorite Jean-Yves Thibaudet at the piano. PROGRAM: Camille Saint-Saëns: Piano Concerto No.5 in F Major, Op.103, “Egyptian” Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony No.5 in C minor, Op.67 Red Carpet Reception All ticket holders for the Los Angeles Philharmonic concert are invited to CAMA’s Red Carpet Reception from 3:00 PM–4:00 PM on October 28, one hour prior to the concert. Complimentary wine, Champagne and light refreshments will be served in the lobby and in the McCune Founders Room. The event will feature exhibits of CAMA’s 100-season history, a CAMA historical video presentation, and more. Come join us as we inaugurate CAMA’s Centennial Season!

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2018
RED CARPET RECEPTION—3:00 PM
CONCERT—4:00 PM

Los Angeles Philharmonic
Paolo Bortolameolli, conductor
Jean-Yves Thibaudet, piano
Two of the nation’s most prestigious classical music institutions come together to mark a shared Centennial as CAMA opens its 100th anniversary season with a performance by the dynamic Los Angeles Philharmonic, which is also celebrating its own century of excellence in 2018/2019, having performed well over 250 concerts in Santa Barbara for CAMA over the past century. Maestro Paolo Bortolameolli will conduct a program of Beethoven’s Symphony No.5 and Saint-Saëns’s Piano Concerto No.5 with international superstar pianist and local favorite Jean-Yves Thibaudet at the piano.

PROGRAM:
Camille Saint-Saëns: Piano Concerto No.5 in F Major, Op.103, “Egyptian”
Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony No.5 in C minor, Op.67
Red Carpet Reception
All ticket holders for the Los Angeles Philharmonic concert are invited to CAMA’s Red Carpet Reception from 3:00 PM–4:00 PM on October 28, one hour prior to the concert. Complimentary wine, Champagne and light refreshments will be served in the lobby and in the McCune Founders Room. The event will feature exhibits of CAMA’s 100-season history, a CAMA historical video presentation, and more. Come join us as we inaugurate CAMA’s Centennial Season!

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Jean-Yves<br />

Thibaudet<br />

photo by Andrew Eccles<br />

LOS ANGELES PHILHARMONIC<br />

PAOLO BORTOLAMEOLLI CONDUCTOR<br />

JEAN-YVES THIBAUDET PIANO<br />

SUNDAY, OCTOBER <strong>28</strong>, 2018, 4:00 PM<br />

<strong>The</strong> <strong>Granada</strong> <strong>The</strong><strong>at</strong>re (<strong>Santa</strong> <strong>Barbara</strong> Center for the Performing Arts)


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LUDWIG<br />

VAN BEETHOVEN<br />

CAMILLE<br />

SAINT-SAËNS<br />

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PAOLO BORTOLAMEOLLI CONDUCTOR<br />

JEAN-YVES THIBAUDET PIANO<br />

Sunday, <strong>October</strong> <strong>28</strong>, 2018, 4:00 PM<br />

<strong>The</strong> <strong>Granada</strong> <strong>The</strong><strong>at</strong>re (<strong>Santa</strong> <strong>Barbara</strong> Center for the Performing Arts)<br />

CAMILLE SAINT-SAËNS<br />

INTERMISSION<br />

LUDWIG van BEETHOVEN<br />

Piano Concerto No.5 in F major, Op.103, “Egyptian”<br />

Allegro anim<strong>at</strong>o<br />

Andante<br />

Molto allegro<br />

Jean-Yves Thibaudet, piano<br />

Symphony No.5 in C minor, Op.67<br />

Allegro con brio<br />

Andante con moto<br />

Allegro<br />

Allegro<br />

CAMA thanks our generous sponsors who have made this evening’s performance possible:<br />

Intern<strong>at</strong>ional <strong>Series</strong> Season Sponsor: SAGE Publishing<br />

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Sponsors: Bitsy & Denny Bacon and <strong>The</strong> Becton Family Found<strong>at</strong>ion • Val & Bob Montgomery<br />

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Co-Sponsor: Christine & Robert Emmons<br />

Program and artists subject to change.<br />

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or sound recording is prohibited.<br />

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LOS ANGELES<br />

PHILHARMONIC<br />

Now in its <strong>Centennial</strong><br />

season, the Los Angeles<br />

Philharmonic has redefined<br />

wh<strong>at</strong> an orchestra can be. Under the vibrant<br />

leadership of Music & Artistic Director<br />

Gustavo Dudamel since 2009, it presents<br />

an inspiring array of music through a<br />

commitment to found<strong>at</strong>ional works and<br />

adventurous explor<strong>at</strong>ions. At home and<br />

abroad, the LA Phil – recognized as one<br />

of the world’s outstanding orchestras –<br />

leads the way in ground breaking and<br />

diverse programming th<strong>at</strong> demonstr<strong>at</strong>es<br />

the orchestra’s artistry and vision, on stage<br />

and in the community.<br />

<strong>The</strong> LA Phil performs or presents more<br />

than 250 concerts annually <strong>at</strong> its two iconic<br />

venues: Walt Disney Concert Hall and the<br />

Hollywood Bowl. During its winter season <strong>at</strong><br />

Walt Disney Concert Hall, with approxim<strong>at</strong>ely<br />

165 performances, the LA Phil cre<strong>at</strong>es<br />

festivals, artist residencies, and other<br />

them<strong>at</strong>ic programs designed to enhance<br />

the audience’s experience of orchestral<br />

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music. Since 1922, its summer home has<br />

been the world-famous Hollywood Bowl,<br />

host to the finest artists from all genres of<br />

music.<br />

<strong>The</strong> orchestra’s involvement with Los<br />

Angeles extends far beyond the Concert<br />

Hall, with wide-ranging performances in<br />

the schools, churches, and neighborhood<br />

centers of a vastly diverse community.<br />

Among its influential and multifaceted<br />

educ<strong>at</strong>ion initi<strong>at</strong>ives is Youth Orchestra Los<br />

Angeles (YOLA), inspired by Venezuela’s<br />

revolutionary El Sistema.<br />

<strong>The</strong> Los Angeles Philharmonic was<br />

founded in 1919 by William Andrews Clark,<br />

Jr., a millionaire and am<strong>at</strong>eur musician.<br />

Walter Henry Rothwell became its first<br />

Music Director, serving until 1927; since<br />

then, ten renowned conductors have served<br />

in th<strong>at</strong> capacity: Georg Schnéevoigt (1927-<br />

1929); Artur Rodziński (1929-1933); Otto<br />

Klemperer (1933-1939); Alfred Wallenstein<br />

(1943-1956); Eduard van Beinum (1956-<br />

1959); Zubin Mehta (1962-1978); Carlo Maria<br />

Giulini (1978-1984); André Previn (1985-<br />

1989); Esa-Pekka Salonen (1992-2009); and<br />

Gustavo Dudamel (2009-present).<br />

PAOLO<br />

BORTOLAMEOLLI<br />

Praised by composer George Crumb for<br />

his “sensitive and insightful interpret<strong>at</strong>ion,”<br />

Paolo Bortolameolli has been gaining<br />

intern<strong>at</strong>ional <strong>at</strong>tention as one of the<br />

most interesting young South American<br />

conductors of his gener<strong>at</strong>ion.<br />

Along with his musical personality,<br />

Bortolameolli brings a collabor<strong>at</strong>ive approach<br />

to music and a passion for connecting the<br />

21st-century audience to the concert stage.<br />

A Dudamel Fellow for the LA Phil’s 2016/17<br />

season, Bortolameolli enjoys conducting,<br />

working with youth orchestras, collabor<strong>at</strong>ing<br />

with today’s composers, lecturing, and<br />

writing.<br />

Bortolameolli debuted with the LA Phil<br />

in a Toyota Symphonies for Youth concert<br />

in February 2017. He was the 2017 Guest<br />

Conductor in Residence with YOA Orchestra<br />

of the Americas and was a semifinalist in the<br />

2016 Mahler Competition. He has worked<br />

with intern<strong>at</strong>ionally renowned soloists, such<br />

as Ray Chen, Lucas Macías Navarro, Pacho<br />

Flores, Yuzuko Horigome, and Kun-Woo<br />

Paik, among others. As Assistant Conductor<br />

of Yale Philharmonia, he collabor<strong>at</strong>ed with<br />

conductors such as, Peter Oundjian, Xu<br />

Zhong, Jahja Ling, Shinik Hahm, William<br />

Christie, and Helmut Rilling. He was<br />

cover conductor for Marin Alsop and the<br />

Baltimore Symphony Orchestra in 2014/15<br />

and Principal Conductor of the New Haven<br />

Chamber Orchestra during the 2012/13<br />

season. In 2013, he debuted with the<br />

Orquesta Filarmónica de Santiago (Chile),<br />

celebr<strong>at</strong>ing the centennial anniversary of<br />

<strong>The</strong> Rite of Spring, in a performance th<strong>at</strong><br />

garnered him the Special Award from the<br />

Chilean Critics Associ<strong>at</strong>ion. Since then,<br />

he has conducted the Orquesta Sinfónica<br />

de Chile, the Orquesta de la Universidad<br />

de Concepción, the Orquesta USACH, the<br />

Orquesta de Cámara de Chile, and the<br />

Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional Juvenil, among<br />

others.<br />

Bortolameolli holds a Master of Music<br />

degree in orchestral conducting from the<br />

Yale School of Music (Shinik Hahm, 2013)<br />

and a Gradu<strong>at</strong>e Performance Diploma from<br />

the Peabody Institute (2015), where he<br />

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studied under the guidance of Gustav Meier<br />

and Markand Thakar. He gradu<strong>at</strong>ed from<br />

the Arts Faculty of the University of Chile<br />

(David del Pino Klinge, 2011) and from the<br />

Universidad C<strong>at</strong>ólica de Chile, where he<br />

studied piano with Professor Frida Conn. n<br />

JEAN-YVES<br />

THIBAUDET<br />

For over three decades, Jean-Yves Thibaudet<br />

has performed world-wide, recorded more<br />

than 50 albums, and built a reput<strong>at</strong>ion as<br />

one of today’s finest pianists. He plays<br />

a range of solo, chamber, and orchestral<br />

repertoire – from Beethoven through Liszt,<br />

Grieg, and Saint-Saëns, to Khach<strong>at</strong>urian and<br />

Gershwin, and to contemporary composers<br />

Qigang Chen and James MacMillan. From<br />

the very start of his career, he delighted<br />

in music beyond the standard repertoire,<br />

from jazz to opera, which he transcribed<br />

himself to play on the piano. His profound<br />

professional friendships crisscross the globe<br />

and have led to spontaneous and fruitful<br />

collabor<strong>at</strong>ions in film, fashion, and visual art.<br />

This season takes Thibaudet to 14<br />

countries, including extensive concerts in<br />

Asia with the Singapore, NHK, and Guangzhou<br />

symphony orchestras and the Malaysian,<br />

Hong Kong, and China philharmonics. As<br />

Artist-in-Residence <strong>at</strong> the Boston Symphony<br />

Orchestra, he plays the Bach Triple Concerto<br />

with Thomas Adès and Kirill Gerstein,<br />

Ravel’s Piano Concerto for the Left Hand,<br />

chamber music with symphony musicians,<br />

and Bernstein’s <strong>The</strong> Age of Anxiety both in<br />

Boston and <strong>at</strong> Carnegie Hall. Thibaudet is<br />

considered one of the premier interpreters<br />

of the solo part for this symphony, which<br />

he will also perform with the Atlanta and<br />

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N<strong>at</strong>ional symphony orchestras; the San<br />

Francisco and Houston symphonies; the<br />

China Philharmonic, and the Philadelphia<br />

Orchestra <strong>at</strong> home and on tour in Germany,<br />

Austria, and Israel throughout Bernstein’s<br />

centennial season.<br />

In 2017/18, the Colburn School extends<br />

Thibaudet’s Artist-in-Residency an<br />

additional three years and has announced<br />

the establishing of Jean-Yves Thibaudet<br />

Scholarships to provide aid for Music<br />

Academy students, whom Thibaudet will<br />

select for the merit-based awards, regardless<br />

of their instrument.<br />

Thibaudet’s recording c<strong>at</strong>alog of more<br />

than 50 albums has received two Grammy<br />

nomin<strong>at</strong>ions, the Preis der Deutschen<br />

Schallpl<strong>at</strong>tenkritik, the Diapason d’Or,<br />

the Choc du Monde de la Musique, the<br />

Edison Prize, as well as Gramophone and<br />

Echo awards. He was the soloist on the<br />

Oscar-winning and critically acclaimed film<br />

Atonement, as well as Pride and Prejudice,<br />

Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close, and<br />

Wakefield. His concert wardrobe is designed<br />

by Vivienne Westwood. In 2010, the Hollywood<br />

Bowl honored Thibaudet for his musical<br />

achievements by inducting him into its Hall<br />

of Fame. Previously named a Chevalier of the<br />

Ordre des Arts et des Lettres, Thibaudet was<br />

awarded the title of Officier by the French<br />

Ministry of Culture in 2012. n<br />

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program notes<br />

Piano Concerto No.5 in F major,<br />

Op.103 (“Egyptian”)<br />

CAMILLE SAINT-SAËNS<br />

(1835-1921)<br />

Composed: 1896<br />

Orchestr<strong>at</strong>ion: 3 flutes (2 & 3 = piccolo),<br />

2 oboes, 2 clarinets, 2 bassoons, 4 horns,<br />

2 trumpets, 3 trombones, timpani, tam-tam,<br />

strings, and solo piano<br />

Length: c.30 minutes<br />

First Los Angeles Philharmonic<br />

performance: March 6, 1975, with<br />

Sidney Harth conducting and soloist<br />

Lorin Hollander<br />

“<br />

He is an absolutely sh<strong>at</strong>tering<br />

master pianist,” said Berlioz<br />

of Saint-Saëns. Of course,<br />

one needs to be <strong>at</strong> least a master pianist if<br />

not a sh<strong>at</strong>tering one in order to perform the<br />

French composer’s brilliant piano concertos,<br />

and since Saint-Saëns himself was the soloist<br />

in the premieres of all five of his works<br />

for piano and orchestra, we can easily accept<br />

Berlioz’s opinion. Saint-Saëns was, as well as<br />

a virtuoso pianist and prolific composer of<br />

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works in all forms, a man of many parts,<br />

not the least of them author of books on<br />

diverse subjects, linguist, and ins<strong>at</strong>iable<br />

world traveler.<br />

It was, in fact, on one of his journeys in<br />

northern Africa, in 1896, th<strong>at</strong> the present Concerto<br />

was inspired. Yet, even with its exotic<br />

flourishes in the middle movement, the “Egyptian”<br />

Concerto is from the typical Saint-Saëns<br />

mold, which is to say it is melodious and exudes<br />

the sophistic<strong>at</strong>ed charm and brilliance<br />

of a craftsman of the highest order who once<br />

wrote: “<strong>The</strong> artist who does not feel completely<br />

s<strong>at</strong>isfied by elegant lines, by harmonious<br />

colors, and by a beautiful succession of chords<br />

does not understand the art of music.”<br />

As with several other of Saint-Saëns’<br />

concertos, the very beginning of this one<br />

does not immedi<strong>at</strong>ely indic<strong>at</strong>e its virtuosic<br />

intentions. R<strong>at</strong>her, the first movement opens<br />

with an unprepossessing melody which,<br />

however, soon gives way to characteristic<br />

Saint-Saëns jet-speed scales and arpeggios,<br />

and to a certain urgency.<br />

<strong>The</strong> opening of the Andante second<br />

movement, with its dram<strong>at</strong>ic, Middle Eastern<br />

exoticism, reveals the reason for the Concerto’s<br />

being dubbed the “Egyptian.” It is said<br />

th<strong>at</strong> the lyric melody of the movement’s midsection<br />

is an authentic Nubian song Saint-<br />

Saëns heard on a bo<strong>at</strong> crossing the Nile.<br />

For the final movement, the composer<br />

eschews foreign picturesqueness, and returns<br />

to his own brand of French glitter,<br />

songfulness, and keyboard pyrotechnics. n<br />

— Orrin Howard<br />

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CELEBRATING CAMA AT 100<br />

Presenting the world’s finest classical artists since 1919<br />

In celebr<strong>at</strong>ion of a century of gre<strong>at</strong> music in <strong>Santa</strong> <strong>Barbara</strong><br />

and with continuing appreci<strong>at</strong>ion for the gener<strong>at</strong>ions of<br />

concertgoers and p<strong>at</strong>rons who have made this legacy<br />

possible, CAMA’s Board of Directors sponsors this Free<br />

Community Concert by the Los Angeles Chamber<br />

Orchestra with star mandolinist Avi Avital.<br />

TUESDAY DECEMBER 11, 2018, 8:00 PM<br />

THE GRANADA THEATRE<br />

LOS ANGELES<br />

CHAMBER ORCHESTRA<br />

Avi Avital MANDOLIN<br />

All-Vivaldi Program<br />

Please reserve your tickets <strong>at</strong> granadasb.org<br />

COMMUNITY ARTS MUSIC ASSOCIATION • camasb.org<br />

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Edgar Meyer<br />

program notes<br />

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Symphony No.5 in C minor, Op.67<br />

LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN<br />

(1770-1827)<br />

Composed: 1807-1808<br />

Orchestr<strong>at</strong>ion: piccolo, 2 flutes, 2 oboes,<br />

2 clarinets, 2 bassoons, contrabassoon,<br />

2 horns, 2 trumpets, 3 trombones, timpani,<br />

and strings<br />

Length: c.30 minutes<br />

First Los Angeles performance:<br />

November 7, 1919, Walter Henry Rothwell<br />

conducting<br />

Beethoven began work on the<br />

Fifth Symphony shortly after<br />

completing the Third; in fact,<br />

ideas th<strong>at</strong> he used in the Fifth and Sixth Symphonies<br />

already had appeared in his sketchbook<br />

for the Third. He stopped work on it in<br />

1806 to write wh<strong>at</strong> then became his Fourth<br />

Symphony. (He also completed the Fourth<br />

Piano Concerto, the Violin Concerto, the Triple<br />

Concerto, the Mass in C, and the opera Fidelio<br />

while working on the Fifth Symphony.) When<br />

he resumed work on the Fifth, it was in tandem<br />

with a new symphony, the “Pastoral.” Both<br />

symphonies had their first performances December<br />

22, 1808, on an ill-f<strong>at</strong>ed mega-concert<br />

th<strong>at</strong> also included vocal pieces as well as the<br />

premieres of the Choral Fantasy and Piano<br />

Concerto No. 4, with the composer in his last<br />

public appearance as soloist.<br />

Perhaps concision is harder than expansion.<br />

Where the Third Symphony exploded the<br />

dimensions of the genre toward an almost<br />

geographical horizon, the Fifth compresses<br />

all of those interlocking advances of form and<br />

content into a much more compact space.<br />

<strong>The</strong> first movement is the shortest in all<br />

of Beethoven’s symphonies, fully energized<br />

by th<strong>at</strong> famous four-note opening. This fournote<br />

rhythmic motif was an obsession for<br />

the composer <strong>at</strong> the time, appearing in other<br />

works and running through this one, sometimes<br />

clearly on the surface, other times insinu<strong>at</strong>ed<br />

deep in the texture.<br />

<strong>The</strong> second movement is a set of vari<strong>at</strong>ions<br />

on two themes. <strong>The</strong> first is a sweet song<br />

for the violas and cellos; the second transforms<br />

th<strong>at</strong> song into a swaggering march<br />

th<strong>at</strong> brings in the trumpets and timpani, seldom<br />

heard in classical-era slow movements.<br />

<strong>The</strong> scherzo brings the rhythmic motto back<br />

into the foreground, only to disappear in an<br />

almost comical fugue.<br />

Beethoven linked the scherzo to the finale<br />

with an astonishing transition th<strong>at</strong> gener<strong>at</strong>es<br />

enormous anticip<strong>at</strong>ion over the insistent timpani.<br />

It bursts into blazing light with the finale<br />

and its grandly sweeping aspir<strong>at</strong>ions, where<br />

Beethoven expands the sonic range of the<br />

orchestra with the introduction of piccolo,<br />

three trombones, and contrabassoon for the<br />

first time in the symphonic liter<strong>at</strong>ure. He caps<br />

this heroic apotheosis with a monumentally<br />

triumphant coda. n —John Henken<br />

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Gustavo Dudamel<br />

Music & Artistic Director<br />

Walt and Lilly Disney Chair<br />

Esa-Pekka Salonen<br />

Conductor Laure<strong>at</strong>e<br />

Susanna Mälkki<br />

Principal Guest Conductor<br />

Ann Ronus Chair<br />

Paolo Bortolameolli<br />

Assistant Conductor<br />

John Adams<br />

John and Samantha<br />

Williams Cre<strong>at</strong>ive Chair<br />

FIRST VIOLINS<br />

Martin Chalifour<br />

Principal Concertmaster<br />

Marjorie Connell Wilson<br />

Chair<br />

N<strong>at</strong>han Cole<br />

First Associ<strong>at</strong>e Concertmaster<br />

Ernest Fleischmann Chair<br />

Bing Wang<br />

Associ<strong>at</strong>e Concertmaster<br />

<strong>Barbara</strong> and Jay Rasulo<br />

Chair<br />

Akiko Tarumoto<br />

Assistant Concertmaster<br />

Philharmonic Affili<strong>at</strong>es Chair<br />

Rebecca Reale<br />

Michele Bovyer<br />

Rochelle Abramson<br />

Camille Avellano<br />

Margaret and Jerrold L.<br />

Eberhardt Chair<br />

Mark Baranov<br />

Minyoung Chang<br />

I.H. Albert Sutnick Chair<br />

Miika Gregg<br />

Vijay Gupta<br />

Mark Houston Dalzell and<br />

James Dao-Dalzell Chair<br />

Mischa Lefkowitz<br />

Edith Markman<br />

Mitchell Newman<br />

Stacy Wetzel<br />

SECOND VIOLINS<br />

Lyndon Johnston Taylor<br />

Principal<br />

Dorothy Rossel Lay Chair<br />

Mark Kashper<br />

Associ<strong>at</strong>e Principal<br />

Kristine Whitson<br />

Johnny Lee<br />

Dale Breidenthal<br />

Ingrid Chun<br />

Jin-Shan Dai<br />

Tianyun Jia<br />

Chao-Hua Jin<br />

Nickolai Kurganov<br />

Guido Lamell<br />

Varty Manouelian<br />

Yun Tang<br />

Michelle Tseng<br />

Suli Xue<br />

Eduardo Rios +<br />

VIOLAS<br />

Teng Li<br />

Principal<br />

John Connell Chair<br />

Dale Hikawa Silverman<br />

Associ<strong>at</strong>e Principal<br />

Ben Ullery<br />

Assistant Principal<br />

Dana Lawson<br />

Richard Elegino<br />

John Hayhurst<br />

Ingrid Hutman<br />

Michael Larco<br />

Hui Liu<br />

Meredith Snow<br />

Leticia Oaks Strong<br />

Minor L. Wetzel<br />

Andrew François +<br />

CELLOS<br />

Robert deMaine<br />

Principal<br />

Bram and Elaine<br />

Goldsmith Chair<br />

Ben Hong<br />

Associ<strong>at</strong>e Principal<br />

Sadie and Norman Lee Chair<br />

Dahae Kim<br />

Assistant Principal<br />

Jon<strong>at</strong>han Karoly<br />

David Garrett<br />

Barry Gold<br />

Jason Lippmann<br />

Gloria Lum<br />

Linda and Maynard<br />

Brittan Chair<br />

Tao Ni<br />

Serge Oskotsky<br />

Brent Samuel<br />

BASSES<br />

Dennis Trembly<br />

Principal<br />

Christopher Hanulik<br />

Principal<br />

Oscar M. Meza<br />

Assistant Principal<br />

David Allen Moore<br />

Ted Botsford<br />

Jack Cousin<br />

Jory Herman<br />

Brian Johnson<br />

Peter Rofé<br />

Michael Fuller +<br />

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FLUTES<br />

Denis Bouriakov<br />

Principal<br />

Virginia and Henry<br />

Mancini Chair<br />

C<strong>at</strong>herine Ransom Karoly<br />

Associ<strong>at</strong>e Principal<br />

Mr. and Mrs. H. Russell<br />

Smith Chair<br />

Elise Shope Henry<br />

Mari L. Danihel Chair<br />

Sarah Jackson<br />

PICCOLO<br />

Sarah Jackson<br />

OBOES<br />

Ramón Ortega<br />

Principal<br />

Marion Arthur Kuszyk<br />

Associ<strong>at</strong>e Principal<br />

Anne Marie Gabriele<br />

Carolyn Hove<br />

ENGLISH HORN<br />

Carolyn Hove<br />

CLARINETS<br />

Boris Allakhverdyan<br />

Principal<br />

Michele and Dudley<br />

Rauch Chair<br />

Burt Hara<br />

Associ<strong>at</strong>e Principal<br />

Andrew Lowy<br />

David Howard<br />

E-FLAT CLARINET<br />

Andrew Lowy<br />

BASSOONS<br />

Whitney Crockett<br />

Principal<br />

Shawn Mouser<br />

Associ<strong>at</strong>e Principal<br />

Michele Grego<br />

CONTRABASSOON<br />

(Vacant)<br />

HORNS<br />

Andrew Bain<br />

Principal<br />

John Cecil Bessell Chair<br />

Jaclyn Rainey<br />

Associ<strong>at</strong>e Principal<br />

Gregory Roosa<br />

Alan Scott Klee Chair<br />

Amy Jo Rhine<br />

Loring Charitable Trust<br />

Chair<br />

Brian Drake<br />

Reese and Doris Gothie<br />

Chair<br />

Ethan Bearman<br />

Assistant<br />

Bud and <strong>Barbara</strong><br />

Hellman Chair<br />

TRUMPETS<br />

Thomas Hooten<br />

Principal<br />

M. David and Diane Paul<br />

Chair<br />

James Wilt<br />

Associ<strong>at</strong>e Principal<br />

Nancy and Donald de<br />

Brier Chair<br />

TROMBONES<br />

David Rejano Cantero<br />

Principal<br />

James Miller<br />

Associ<strong>at</strong>e Principal<br />

Judith and Thomas L.<br />

Beckmen Chair<br />

Paul Radke<br />

BASS TROMBONE<br />

John Lofton<br />

TUBA<br />

Norman Pearson<br />

TIMPANI<br />

Joseph Pereira<br />

Principal<br />

Cecilia and Dudley Rauch<br />

Chair<br />

PERCUSSION<br />

M<strong>at</strong>thew Howard<br />

Principal<br />

James Babor<br />

Perry Dreiman<br />

Wesley Sumpter +<br />

KEYBOARDS<br />

Joanne Pearce Martin<br />

K<strong>at</strong>harine Bixby Hotchkis<br />

Chair<br />

HARP<br />

Lou Anne Neill<br />

LIBRARIANS<br />

Kazue Asawa McGregor<br />

Kenneth Bonebrake<br />

Stephen Biagini<br />

PERSONNEL<br />

MANAGER<br />

Jeffrey Neville<br />

CONDUCTING<br />

FELLOWS<br />

Nuno Coelho<br />

Stephen Mulligan<br />

Elena Schwarz<br />

Jesús Uzcátegui<br />

+<br />

Resident Fellows<br />

<strong>The</strong> Los Angeles<br />

Philharmonic string<br />

section utilizes revolving<br />

se<strong>at</strong>ing on a system<strong>at</strong>ic<br />

basis. Players listed alphabetically<br />

change se<strong>at</strong>s<br />

periodically.<br />

In those sections where<br />

there are two principals<br />

the musicians share the<br />

position equally and are<br />

listed in order of length<br />

of service.<br />

<strong>The</strong> musicians of the<br />

Los Angeles Philharmonic<br />

are represented by<br />

Professional Musicians<br />

Local 47, AFM.<br />

BASS CLARINET<br />

David Howard<br />

Christopher Still<br />

Ronald and Valerie<br />

Sugar Chair<br />

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Anne-Sophie Mutter<br />

Esa-Pekka Salonen<br />

<strong>The</strong> <strong>Santa</strong> <strong>Barbara</strong> Band<br />

Community Arts String Orchestra<br />

CAMA’S CENTENNIAL<br />

CAMPAIGN<br />

100 th and 101 st SEASONS<br />

CAMA’s mission is to enrich <strong>Santa</strong> <strong>Barbara</strong>’s cultural life by bringing live<br />

performances by world-renowned classical artists and orchestras of the<br />

highest artistic excellence to our community and by providing cre<strong>at</strong>ive,<br />

focused music educ<strong>at</strong>ion programs for individuals of all ages.<br />

Honoring CAMA’s 100-year tradition of bringing the finest classical music<br />

in the world to our special community, we invite you to particip<strong>at</strong>e in<br />

CAMA’s historic <strong>Centennial</strong> Campaign.<br />

<strong>The</strong> <strong>Centennial</strong> Campaign is a comprehensive, two-year campaign spanning<br />

CAMA’s 100th and 101st Seasons. Your total contribution during this time will be<br />

recognized in the <strong>Centennial</strong> Campaign acknowlegements in our<br />

concert programs.<br />

For more inform<strong>at</strong>ion please call (805) 966-4324.<br />

Renée Fleming<br />

Michael Tilson Thomas<br />

André Previn<br />

London Philharmonic<br />

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Lisa-Marie MAzzucco photo<br />

“It’s always been a<br />

gre<strong>at</strong> pleasure for<br />

me to perform on the<br />

CAMA series, and<br />

I’m looking forward to<br />

many more visits.<br />

I send you my heartiest<br />

congr<strong>at</strong>ul<strong>at</strong>ions<br />

on your centennial<br />

season. Bravo!”<br />

– ITZHAK PERLMAN, CO-CHAIR,<br />

CAMA CENTENNIAL<br />

HONORARY ARTISTS COUNCIL<br />

centennial honorary artists council<br />

Itzhak Perlman<br />

honorary co-chair<br />

Sara Miller McCune<br />

honorary co-chair<br />

Vladimir Ashkenazy<br />

Isabel Bayrakdarian<br />

Joshua Bell<br />

Alfred Brendel<br />

Renée Fleming<br />

Daniele G<strong>at</strong>ti<br />

Richard Goode<br />

Hilary Hahn<br />

Stephen Hough<br />

Olga Kern<br />

Lang Lang<br />

Jerome Lowenthal<br />

Zubin Mehta<br />

Anne-Sophie Mutter<br />

Sir András Schiff<br />

Peter Serkin<br />

Leonard Sl<strong>at</strong>kin<br />

Christian Tetzlaff<br />

Jean-Yves Thibaudet<br />

Chris Thile<br />

Michael Tilson Thomas<br />

Dawn Upshaw<br />

André W<strong>at</strong>ts<br />

Pinchas Zukerman<br />

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<strong>Centennial</strong><br />

Gala<br />

SARA MILLER<br />

McCUNE<br />

CAMA is most gr<strong>at</strong>eful to Sara Miller McCune<br />

for her years of exceptional leadership, generosity<br />

and support. A former CAMA Board Director,<br />

Ms. McCune is CAMA’s Honorary Chair for the<br />

<strong>Centennial</strong> Celebr<strong>at</strong>ion along with legendary<br />

violinist Itzhak Perlman. She is the founder of<br />

SAGE Publishing, CAMA’s Season Sponsor for<br />

the Intern<strong>at</strong>ional <strong>Series</strong> concerts <strong>at</strong> <strong>The</strong> <strong>Granada</strong><br />

<strong>The</strong><strong>at</strong>re. SAGE Publishing is also a major contributor<br />

to CAMA’s <strong>Centennial</strong> Celebr<strong>at</strong>ion.<br />

Thank you.<br />

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CENTENNIAL GALA COMMITTEE<br />

Judith L. Hopkinson, CHAIR<br />

Bridget B. Colleary, CO-CHAIR<br />

Raye Haskell Melville, CO-CHAIR<br />

CENTENNIAL GALA SPONSORS<br />

DIAMOND $25,000 and above SAGE Publishing<br />

Marta Babson<br />

Meg & Dan Burnham<br />

PLATINUM $10,000<br />

<strong>The</strong> Mosher Found<strong>at</strong>ion<br />

Ed & Sue Birch and<br />

Christine & Robert Emmons<br />

GOLD $5,000<br />

NancyBell Coe & Bill Burke<br />

Jocelyn & William Meeker<br />

Montecito Bank & Trust<br />

Judith L. Hopkinson<br />

Val & Bob Montgomery<br />

SILVER $2,500<br />

Elizabeth & Andrew Butcher<br />

Jill Doré Kent<br />

Carrie Towbes & John Lewis<br />

Dorothy Roberts<br />

George & Judy Writer<br />

Helene & Jerry Beaver<br />

Deborah & Peter Bertling<br />

Alison & Jan Bowlus<br />

Bridget B. Colleary<br />

Edward De Loreto<br />

Margo & Bob Feinberg<br />

Jill Felber<br />

Rosalind & Ronald Fendon<br />

Mary & Ray Freeman<br />

C<strong>at</strong>herine H. Gainey<br />

BRONZE $1,000<br />

Andrea & Ron Gallo,<br />

<strong>Santa</strong> <strong>Barbara</strong> Found<strong>at</strong>ion<br />

Joanne Holderman<br />

ShirleyAnn & James Hurley<br />

Jackie Inskeep<br />

Ellen & Peter Johnson<br />

Maison K<br />

Elizabeth Karlsberg & Jeff Young<br />

Connie & Richard Kennelly<br />

Lois Kroc<br />

Chris Lancashire & C<strong>at</strong>herine Gee<br />

Ruth & John M<strong>at</strong>uszeski<br />

Frank McGinity<br />

Mari & Hank Mitchel<br />

Anne & Mike Morris<br />

Ellen & Craig Parton<br />

Diana & Roger Phillips<br />

Judith F. Smith<br />

Anne Smith Towbes<br />

Northern Trust<br />

P<strong>at</strong>ricia Yzurdiaga<br />

Cheryl & Peter Ziegler<br />

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CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION DONORS<br />

Maestro<br />

$1,000,000 and above<br />

Concertmaster<br />

$500,000 - $999,999<br />

Crescendo<br />

$250,000 - $499,999<br />

Bitsy Becton Bacon<br />

Cadenza<br />

$100,000 - $249,999<br />

Judith L. Hopkinson<br />

SAGE Publishing<br />

<strong>The</strong> Elaine F. Stepanek Found<strong>at</strong>ion<br />

Rondo<br />

$50,000 - $99,999<br />

NancyBell Coe & William Burke<br />

Meg & Burnham<br />

Sara Miller McCune<br />

Jocelyn & William Meeker<br />

Val & Bob Montgomery<br />

Anne & Stephen J.M. Morris<br />

Samuel B. and Margaret C. Mosher Found<strong>at</strong>ion<br />

CAMA’s <strong>Centennial</strong> spans two concert seasons,<br />

2018/19 and 2019/20.<br />

Cumul<strong>at</strong>ive contributions of $50,000 and above during CAMA’s <strong>Centennial</strong> Seasons<br />

will include <strong>Centennial</strong> Circle membership.<br />

Please call Nancy Lynn or Elizabeth Alvarez <strong>at</strong> the CAMA office to learn<br />

more about the <strong>Centennial</strong> Circle.<br />

<strong>Centennial</strong> Celebr<strong>at</strong>ion campaign began May 1, 2018 and spans two seasons 2018/2019 and 2019/2020<br />

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CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION DONORS<br />

Concerto<br />

$25,000 - $49,999<br />

Suzanne & Russell Bock<br />

<strong>The</strong> Towbes Fund<br />

for the Performing Arts<br />

Son<strong>at</strong>a<br />

$10,000 - $49,999<br />

Anonymous<br />

Marta Babson<br />

Alison & Jan Bowlus<br />

City of <strong>Santa</strong> <strong>Barbara</strong><br />

Bridget B. Colleary<br />

Ann Jackson<br />

Family Found<strong>at</strong>ion<br />

Ellen & Peter Johnson<br />

Herbert & Elaine Kendall<br />

Hollis Norris Fund<br />

Mary Lloyd & Kendall Mills<br />

Montecito Bank & Trust<br />

Michele & Andre Saltoun<br />

Jocelyne & William Meeker<br />

Hubert Vos<br />

Vivace<br />

$5,000 - $9,999<br />

CAMA Women's Board<br />

Edward S. De Loreto<br />

Christine & Robert Emmons<br />

Louise & Michael Caccese<br />

Nancyann & Robert Failing<br />

Chris Lancashire &<br />

C<strong>at</strong>herine Gee<br />

Jill Doré Kent<br />

Craig & Ellen Parton<br />

Winona Fund<br />

George & Judy Writer<br />

Allegro<br />

$2,500 - $4,999<br />

Helene & Jerry Beaver<br />

Robert Boghosian &<br />

Mary E. G<strong>at</strong>es Warren<br />

Elizabeth & Andrew Butcher<br />

Roger & Sarah Chrisman<br />

Found<strong>at</strong>ion<br />

Fredericka & Dennis Emory<br />

Ronald & Rosalind A. Fendon<br />

Mary & Raymond Freeman<br />

Elizabeth Karlsberg<br />

& Jeff Young<br />

Connie & Richard Kennelly<br />

Raye Haskell Melville<br />

Sally & George Messerlian<br />

Performing Arts Scholarship<br />

Found<strong>at</strong>ion<br />

Carrie Towbes and<br />

John Lewis<br />

Dorothy Roberts<br />

Adagio<br />

$1,000 - $2,499<br />

Deborah & Peter Bertling<br />

Karen Bushnell<br />

Shelley & Mark Bookspan<br />

Diane Boss<br />

Suzanne & Peyton Bucy<br />

Annette & Richard Caleel<br />

Susan & Claude Case<br />

P<strong>at</strong>ricia Clark<br />

Gregory Dahlen III<br />

& Christi Walden<br />

Department of Music<br />

University of California<br />

<strong>Santa</strong> <strong>Barbara</strong><br />

Wendy & Rudy Eiser<br />

K<strong>at</strong>ina Etsell<br />

Jill Felber<br />

Kum Su Kim<br />

Bob & Margo Feinberg<br />

C<strong>at</strong>herine H. Gainey<br />

David Hamilton<br />

Renee & Richard Hawley<br />

Joanne C. Holderman<br />

Shirley Ann<br />

& James H. Hurley Jr.<br />

Karin Jacobson<br />

& Hans Koellner<br />

Diane Johnson<br />

Jackie Inskeep Gerd<br />

& Peter Jordano<br />

Sally Kinney<br />

Lois Kroc<br />

Dora Anne Little<br />

Maison K<br />

Gloria & Keith Martin<br />

Maureen Masson<br />

Ruth & John M<strong>at</strong>uszeski<br />

Dona & George McCauley<br />

Frank McGinity<br />

Karin Nelson & Eugene<br />

Hibbs/Maren Henle<br />

Russell Mueller<br />

Northern Trust<br />

Gail Osherenko<br />

& Oran Young<br />

Anne & Daniel Ovadia<br />

Diana & Roger Phillips<br />

Ann M. Picker<br />

Donald Rink<br />

Anitra & Jack Sheen<br />

Halina W. Silverman<br />

<strong>Barbara</strong> & Wayne Smith<br />

Judith F. Smith<br />

Marion Stewart<br />

<strong>Santa</strong> <strong>Barbara</strong> Found<strong>at</strong>ion<br />

Linda Stafford Burrows<br />

Beverly & Michael Steinfeld<br />

Milan E. Timm<br />

<strong>Barbara</strong> & Sam Toumayan<br />

Anne Smith Towbes<br />

Steven Trueblood<br />

Pam & Terry Valeski<br />

<strong>Barbara</strong> & Gary Waer<br />

Sheila Wald<br />

Nick & P<strong>at</strong>ty Weber<br />

Dr. Robert Weinman<br />

Westmont College<br />

Victoria & Norman<br />

Williamson<br />

P<strong>at</strong>ricia Yzurdiaga<br />

Cheryl & Peter Ziegler<br />

Andante<br />

$250-$999<br />

Sylvia Abualy<br />

Antoinette & Shawn Addison<br />

Jyl & Allan Atmore<br />

Howard A. Babus<br />

Becky & William Banning<br />

Phyllis Brady & Andy Masters<br />

Edith M. Clark<br />

Lavelda & Lynn Clock<br />

Michael & Ruth Ann Collins<br />

Joan & Steven Crossland<br />

Michael K. Dunn<br />

Ann & David Dwelley<br />

Meg & Jim Easton<br />

Julia Emerson<br />

Thomas & Doris Everhart<br />

Eunice & J.Thomas Fly<br />

Ghita Ginberg<br />

Nancy & Frederic Golden<br />

Robert L. Grant<br />

Glenn Jordan<br />

& Michael Stubbs<br />

Debbie & Frank Kendrick<br />

Lynn P. Kirst<br />

K<strong>at</strong>hryn Lawhun<br />

& Mark Shinbrot<br />

Christie & Morgan Lloyd<br />

<strong>Barbara</strong> & Ernest Marx<br />

P<strong>at</strong>riicia & William McKinnon<br />

Christine &<br />

James V. McNamara<br />

Donald & Karine McCall<br />

Andrew Mester<br />

Peter L. Morris<br />

Mrs. Raymond King Myerson<br />

Maureen O'Rourke<br />

Hensley & James Peterson<br />

David & Dottie Pickering<br />

Minie & Hjalmar<br />

Pompe van Meerdervoort<br />

Carol & Edward Portnoy<br />

P<strong>at</strong>ricia & Robert Reid<br />

Tiffany & Justin Rizzo-Weaver<br />

Ada B. Sandburg<br />

Lynn & Mark Schiffmacher<br />

Naomi Schmidt<br />

Carol Vernon<br />

& Robert Turbin<br />

Lorraine & Stephen<br />

We<strong>at</strong>herford<br />

Grace & Edward Yoon<br />

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MUSIC EDUCATION PROGRAM<br />

MUSIC EDUCATION<br />

$25,000 and above<br />

<strong>The</strong> Walter J. & Holly O. Thomson Found<strong>at</strong>ion<br />

$10,000 - $24,999<br />

Ms. Irene Stone/ Stone Family Found<strong>at</strong>ion<br />

Mary Lloyd & Kendall Mills<br />

$1,000 - $9,999<br />

CAMA Women's Board<br />

William H. Kearns Found<strong>at</strong>ion<br />

Sara Miller McCune<br />

Mr. & Mrs. Frank R. Miller, Jr. /<br />

<strong>The</strong> Henry E. & Lola Monroe Found<strong>at</strong>ion<br />

Performing Arts Scholarship Found<strong>at</strong>ion<br />

Westmont College<br />

$100-$999<br />

Becky & William Banning<br />

Lynn P. Kirst<br />

CAMA Educ<strong>at</strong>ion Endowment<br />

Fund Income<br />

$10,000 AND ABOVE<br />

William & Nancy Myers<br />

$1,000 - $4,999<br />

Linda Stafford Burrows –<br />

This opportunity to experience gre<strong>at</strong> musicians excelling<br />

is given in honor and loving memory of Frederika Voogd<br />

Burrows to continue her lifelong passion for enlightening<br />

young people through music and m<strong>at</strong>h.<br />

K<strong>at</strong>hryn H. Phillips, in memory of Don R. Phillips<br />

Walter J. Thomson/<strong>The</strong> Thomson Trust<br />

$50 - $999<br />

Lynn P. Kirst<br />

Keith J. Mautino<br />

Performing Arts Scholarship Found<strong>at</strong>ion<br />

Marjorie S. Petersen<br />

Volunteer docents are trained by CAMA’s Educ<strong>at</strong>ion Committee Chair, Joan Crossland, to deliver this program to<br />

area schools monthly. Music enthusiasts are invited to learn more about the program and volunteer opportunities.<br />

Call the CAMA office <strong>at</strong> (805) 966-4324 for more inform<strong>at</strong>ion about the docent program.<br />

MEMORIAL GIFTS<br />

Dr. Walter Picker<br />

Ann M. Picker<br />

Sharon Felber Taylor<br />

Bridget Colleary<br />

Cornelia Chapman<br />

Ellicott Million<br />

Dr. Eric Boehm<br />

Eric Boehm<br />

Michael Towbes<br />

Bridget B. Colleary<br />

Gerd & Peter Jordano<br />

Else (Leinie) Schilling Bard<br />

Joanne C. Holderman<br />

Frederica Vogle Burrows<br />

Linda Stafford Burrows<br />

Professor Frederick F. Lange<br />

MaryAnn Lange<br />

Harold M. Williams<br />

Nancy Englander<br />

Dr. Robert Sinsheimer<br />

& Karen Sinsheimer<br />

Robert Boghosian &<br />

Mary E. G<strong>at</strong>es Warren<br />

Lynn R. M<strong>at</strong>teson<br />

Lynn P. Kirst<br />

Robert S. Grant<br />

Robert L. Grant<br />

Nan Burns, Dr. Greg Dahlen,<br />

Robert S. Grant<br />

William S. Hanrahan<br />

Susie Vos<br />

Bridget B. Colleary<br />

Sybil Mueller<br />

Lynn P. Kirst<br />

24 CENTENNIAL SEASON CELEBRATION


CENTENNIAL<br />

EVENTS<br />

September 29, 2018<br />

BRAVO AWARD<br />

Honoring Joan Crossland with<br />

Music Educ<strong>at</strong>ion Sponsors and<br />

Legacy Society<br />

Little Town Club<br />

Honoring Joan Crossland for<br />

her service in CAMA’s educ<strong>at</strong>ion<br />

program for 4th to 6th grade<br />

students, MUSIC MATTERS.<br />

Guests included CAMA’s Music<br />

Educ<strong>at</strong>ion supporters, as well<br />

as CAMA’s Legacy Society. <strong>The</strong><br />

Legacy Society includes CAMA<br />

supporters who have remembered<br />

CAMA in their planned giving.<br />

Don<strong>at</strong>ions Made In Honor<br />

of Joan Crossland<br />

NancyBell Coe<br />

Elizabeth Karlsberg<br />

Photos by Nell Campbell<br />

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CENTENNIAL<br />

EVENTS<br />

OCTOBER 7, 2018<br />

INTERNATIONAL CIRCLE<br />

MUSIC ON THE RIVIERA<br />

CAMA’s Intern<strong>at</strong>ional<br />

Circle and special guests<br />

were invited to inaugur<strong>at</strong>e<br />

CAMA’s two-year <strong>Centennial</strong><br />

Celebr<strong>at</strong>ion <strong>at</strong> the<br />

spectacular and historic<br />

Riviera Park. Guests were<br />

tre<strong>at</strong>ed to an afternoon<br />

of sweets, savories and<br />

champagne along with a<br />

performance by the Music<br />

Department, UC <strong>Santa</strong><br />

<strong>Barbara</strong> Flute Ensemble.<br />

With special thanks to<br />

Intern<strong>at</strong>ional Circle Chair<br />

Christine Emmons and to<br />

Elizabeth Karlsberg, Sponsor<br />

and Chair of the event.<br />

For more inform<strong>at</strong>ion about<br />

CAMA’s Intern<strong>at</strong>ional Circle,<br />

contact Elizabeth Alvarez<br />

(805) 966-4324.<br />

Photos 26 by Nell CENTENNIAL Campbell SEASON CELEBRATION


In<br />

Memoriam<br />

Dr. Robert<br />

Mayo Failing<br />

19<strong>28</strong>–2018<br />

CAMA fondly remembers our long-time Board<br />

member and past President, Dr. Robert Failing, who<br />

passed away last month.<br />

Dr. Failing found time apart from his busy career<br />

as a prominent member of <strong>Santa</strong> <strong>Barbara</strong> Cottage<br />

Hospital’s p<strong>at</strong>hology department to serve on the<br />

CAMA Board for 29 years from 1969 to 1997.<br />

He served as CAMA's Vice President for nine years<br />

and for two years as President during the 1978/79<br />

and 1979/80 seasons.<br />

Everyone who knew him will remember him for his<br />

keen intelligence, storytelling wit and astonishing<br />

mountaineering accomplishments.<br />

Over the span of 18 years beginning <strong>at</strong> age 49<br />

he was the ninth person on record to have reached<br />

the summits of all 50 st<strong>at</strong>es in the USA, and reached<br />

the top of six continents, in the process scaling the<br />

highest points of over 45 countries.<br />

Dr. Failing's<br />

Horn Concerto<br />

During his active summer<br />

trips to Europe during<br />

the Cold War years, longtime<br />

CAMA Board member<br />

Dr. Robert M. Failing mixed<br />

classical concert <strong>at</strong>tending<br />

with “peak bagging,”<br />

including ascents of three<br />

of Switzerland’s mightiest.<br />

Failing wrote th<strong>at</strong> his “Swiss<br />

three-movement triplehorn<br />

concerto premiered<br />

in Zerm<strong>at</strong>t. Breithorn, the<br />

first movement, was light<br />

and harmonic. <strong>The</strong> second<br />

movement, Mettelhorn, was<br />

strong but a little metallic<br />

and dissonant. <strong>The</strong> concerto<br />

reached the top, climbing to<br />

a booming, melodic third and<br />

final M<strong>at</strong>terhorn movement.”<br />

He will be gre<strong>at</strong>ly missed by everyone in the<br />

CAMA family.<br />

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COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS<br />

IN CAMA'S CENTENNIAL<br />

CELEBRATION YEARS<br />

the world’s finest classical artists since 1919<br />

2018/2019<br />

November 8<br />

MASTER CLASS<br />

RICHARD GOODE, PIANO<br />

— partnership with Department of<br />

Music, UC <strong>Santa</strong> <strong>Barbara</strong><br />

December 11<br />

FREE<br />

COMMUNITY<br />

CONCERT<br />

LOS ANGELES CHAMBER<br />

ORCHESTRA<br />

AVI AVITAL, MANDOLIN<br />

January 19<br />

PUBLIC BOOK<br />

TALK<br />

BY HATTIE BERESFORD<br />

<strong>at</strong> the Faulkner Gallery,<br />

<strong>Santa</strong> <strong>Barbara</strong> Central Library<br />

— partnership with <strong>Santa</strong> <strong>Barbara</strong><br />

Public Library<br />

February <strong>28</strong><br />

RUSSIAN<br />

TEA ROOM<br />

— partnership with<br />

Opera <strong>Santa</strong> <strong>Barbara</strong><br />

Kelly Newberry<br />

1st prize winner in 2018<br />

April 10<br />

CONCERT<br />

CHOIR OF NEW COLLEGE<br />

OXFORD<br />

— co-sponsored by Westmont<br />

College, Trinity Episcopal Church,<br />

CAMA, and the American Guild<br />

of Organists<br />

April <strong>28</strong><br />

COMPETITION<br />

FINALS<br />

PERFORMING ARTS<br />

SCHOLARSHIP FOUNDATION<br />

— partnership, CAMA and PASF<br />

May 19<br />

CAMA’S<br />

100 th BIRTHDAY<br />

BASH<br />

with performances by Department<br />

of Music (UC <strong>Santa</strong> <strong>Barbara</strong>),<br />

Westmont Music Department,<br />

Music Academy of the West, <strong>Santa</strong><br />

<strong>Barbara</strong> Symphony, and Opera<br />

<strong>Santa</strong> <strong>Barbara</strong>; plus partnerships<br />

with area restaurants and wineries<br />

(Throughout the Season)<br />

PRE-CONCERT<br />

LECTURES<br />

fe<strong>at</strong>uring speakers associ<strong>at</strong>ed<br />

with CAMA, Opera <strong>Santa</strong> <strong>Barbara</strong>,<br />

SB Youth Symphony, UCSB<br />

Department of Music, and UCSB<br />

Department of <strong>The</strong><strong>at</strong>er and Dance<br />

2019/<br />

2020<br />

November 7, 2020<br />

EDUCATION AND<br />

OUTREACH EVENT FOR<br />

CHILDREN<br />

— partnership with the <strong>Santa</strong> <strong>Barbara</strong> Youth Symphony<br />

COMMUNITY ARTS MUSIC ASSOCIATION OF SANTA BARBARA, INC<br />

(805) 966-4324 • www.camasb.org


MUSIC EDUCATION PROGRAM<br />

LIFETIME GIVING<br />

diamond circle<br />

$500,000 and above<br />

Bitsy & Denny Bacon and<br />

<strong>The</strong> Becton Family<br />

Found<strong>at</strong>ion<br />

Suzanne & Russell Bock<br />

Linda Brown*<br />

Andrew H. Burnett<br />

Found<strong>at</strong>ion<br />

Esperia Found<strong>at</strong>ion<br />

<strong>The</strong> Stephen &<br />

Carla Hahn Found<strong>at</strong>ion<br />

Judith L. Hopkinson<br />

Herbert & Elaine Kendall<br />

Dan & Meg Burnham<br />

SAGE Publishing<br />

Michael Towbes /<br />

<strong>The</strong> Towbes Fund for the<br />

Performing Arts<br />

sapphire circle<br />

$250,000 - $499,999<br />

Anonymous<br />

<strong>The</strong> CAMA Women's Board<br />

Léni Fé Bland<br />

Sara Miller McCune<br />

<strong>The</strong> Samuel B. & Margaret C.<br />

Mosher Found<strong>at</strong>ion<br />

<strong>The</strong> Stepanek Found<strong>at</strong>ion<br />

<strong>The</strong> Wood-Claeyssens<br />

Found<strong>at</strong>ion<br />

ruby circle<br />

$100,000 - $249,999<br />

<strong>The</strong> Adams Found<strong>at</strong>ion<br />

Ann Jackson Family<br />

Found<strong>at</strong>ion<br />

Deborah & Peter Bertling<br />

Virginia Castagnola-Hunter<br />

NancyBell Coe &<br />

William Burke<br />

Robert & Christine Emmons<br />

Mary & Raymond Freeman<br />

Dr. Dolores M. Hsu<br />

Hollis Norris Fund<br />

Shirley Ann &<br />

James H. Hurley Jr.<br />

Shirley & Seymour Lehrer<br />

Raye Haskell Melville<br />

Mr. & Mrs. Frank R. Miller, Jr./<br />

<strong>The</strong> Henry E. &<br />

Lola Monroe Found<strong>at</strong>ion<br />

John & K<strong>at</strong>hleen Moseley/<br />

<strong>The</strong> Nichols Found<strong>at</strong>ion<br />

Val & Bob Montgomery<br />

Nancy & William G. Myers<br />

Montecito Bank & Trust<br />

Michele & Andre Saltoun<br />

<strong>The</strong> <strong>Santa</strong> <strong>Barbara</strong> Found<strong>at</strong>ion<br />

Jan & John G Severson<br />

Judith F. Smith<br />

Jeanne C. Thayer<br />

Mrs. Walter Thomson<br />

Union Bank<br />

Dr. & Mrs. H. Wallace Vandever<br />

<strong>The</strong> Wallis Found<strong>at</strong>ion<br />

Winona Fund<br />

Nancy & Byron Kent Wood<br />

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Yzurdiaga<br />

emerald circle<br />

$50,000 - $99,999<br />

Anonymous<br />

Ms. Joan C. Benson<br />

Mr. & Mrs. Peter Beuret<br />

Dr. & Mrs. Edward E. Birch<br />

Louise & Michael Caccese<br />

Dr. & Mrs. Jane C<strong>at</strong>lett<br />

Roger & Sarah Chrisman<br />

Mr. & Mrs. Robert M. Colleary<br />

Mrs. Maurice E. Faulkner<br />

Arthur R. Gaudi<br />

Mr. & Mrs. Robert B. Gilson<br />

<strong>The</strong> George H. Griffiths &<br />

Olive J. Griffiths Charitable<br />

Found<strong>at</strong>ion<br />

Mr. Richard Hellman<br />

Joanne C. Holderman<br />

Michael & N<strong>at</strong>alia Howe<br />

Hutton Parker Found<strong>at</strong>ion<br />

Ellen & Peter Johnson<br />

Judith Little<br />

John & Lucy Lundegard<br />

Jocelyne & William Meeker<br />

Mrs. Max E. Meyer<br />

Craig & Ellen Parton<br />

Performing Arts Scholarship<br />

Found<strong>at</strong>ion<br />

Marjorie S. Petersen/ La<br />

Arcada Investment Corp.<br />

Diana & Roger Phillips<br />

Mr. Ted Plute &<br />

Mr. Larry Falxa<br />

Lady Ridley-Tree<br />

<strong>Barbara</strong> & Sam Toumayan<br />

George & Judy Writer<br />

Stephen J.M. & Anne Morris<br />

topaz circle<br />

$25,000 - $49,999<br />

Anonymous<br />

Edward Bakewell<br />

Helene & Jerry Beaver<br />

Robert Boghosian &<br />

Mary E. G<strong>at</strong>es Warren<br />

Alison & Jan Bowlus<br />

Linda Stafford Burrows<br />

Elizabeth & Andrew Butcher<br />

Ms. Huguette Clark<br />

Mrs. Leonard Dalsemer<br />

Edward S. Deloreto<br />

Mr. & Mrs. Larry Durham<br />

Lynn P. Kirst &<br />

Lynn R. M<strong>at</strong>teson<br />

Dr. & Mrs. Robert Failing<br />

Priscilla & Jason Gaines<br />

<strong>The</strong> George Frederick<br />

Jewett Found<strong>at</strong>ion<br />

P<strong>at</strong>ricia Kaplan<br />

Elizabeth Karlsberg<br />

& Jeff Young<br />

William H. Kearns Found<strong>at</strong>ion<br />

Jill Dore Kent<br />

Otto Korntheuer/ <strong>The</strong> Harold<br />

L. Wyman Found<strong>at</strong>ion in<br />

memory of Otto Korntheuer<br />

Chris Lancashire<br />

& C<strong>at</strong>herine Gee<br />

Mrs. Jon B. Lovelace<br />

Le<strong>at</strong>rice Luria<br />

Mrs. Frank Magid<br />

Ruth McEwen<br />

Frank McGinity<br />

Sheila Bourke McGinity<br />

James & Mary Morouse<br />

Northern Trust<br />

P<strong>at</strong>ricia Hitchcock O’Connell<br />

Efrem Ostrow Living Trust<br />

Mr. Ernest J. Panosian<br />

K<strong>at</strong>hryn H. Phillips<br />

Mrs. Kenneth Riley<br />

Anitra & Jack Sheen<br />

Marion Stewart<br />

Ina Tournallyay<br />

Mrs. Edward Valentine<br />

<strong>The</strong> Outwaite Found<strong>at</strong>ion<br />

<strong>The</strong> Elizabeth Firth Wad<br />

Endowment Fund<br />

Mrs. Roderick Webster<br />

Westmont College<br />

amethyst circle<br />

$10,000 - $24,999<br />

Anonymous<br />

Anonymous<br />

Rebecca & Peter Adams<br />

Mrs. David Allison<br />

Dr. & Mrs. Mortimer Andron<br />

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Arthur<br />

Mr. & Mrs. J.W. Bailey<br />

Marta Babson<br />

Mrs. Archie Bard<br />

Leslie & Phillip Bernstein<br />

Frank Blue & Lida Light Blue<br />

Mrs. Erno Bonebakker<br />

CAMA Fellows<br />

Mrs. Margo Chapman<br />

Chubb-Sovereign Life<br />

Insurance Co.<br />

Carnzu A Clark<br />

Chaucer's Books/ Mahri Kerley<br />

Lavelda & Lynn Clock<br />

Dr. Gregory Dahlen & Nan Burns<br />

Karen Davidson M.D.<br />

Julia Dawson<br />

Mr. & Mrs. William Esrey<br />

Fredericka & Dennis Emory<br />

Ronald & Rosalind A. Fendon<br />

Dave Fritzen/DWF Magazines<br />

C<strong>at</strong>herine H. Gainey<br />

Kay & Richard Glenn<br />

<strong>The</strong> Godric Found<strong>at</strong>ion<br />

Corinna & Larry Gordon<br />

Mr. & Mrs. Freeman<br />

Gosden, Jr.<br />

Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Hanna<br />

Robert Hanrahan<br />

Lorraine C. Hansen<br />

Mr. & Mrs. Stanley H<strong>at</strong>ch<br />

Renee & Richard Hawley<br />

Dr. & Mrs. Alan Heeger<br />

Karin Nelson & Eugene<br />

Hibbs/Maren Henle<br />

Mr. Preston Hotchkis<br />

Glenn Jordan & Michael<br />

Stubbs<br />

Elizabeth & Gary Johnston<br />

KDB Radio<br />

Linda & Michael Keston<br />

Mrs. Robert J. Kuhn<br />

K<strong>at</strong>herine Lloyd/ Actief-cm, Inc<br />

Lois Kroc<br />

Dora Anne Little<br />

Nancy & Jim Lynn<br />

Ruth & John M<strong>at</strong>uszeski<br />

Keith Mautino<br />

Dona & George McCauley<br />

Jayne Menkemeller<br />

Russell Mueller<br />

Myra & Spencer Nadler<br />

Joanne & Alden Orpet<br />

Mr. & Mrs. Charles P<strong>at</strong>ridge<br />

P<strong>at</strong>ricia & Carl Perry<br />

John Perry<br />

Mrs. Ray K. Person<br />

Ellen & John Pillsbury<br />

Anne & Wesley Poulson<br />

Susannah Rake<br />

Mr. & Mrs. Frank Reed<br />

Jack Revoyr<br />

Betty & Don Richardson<br />

<strong>The</strong> Grace Jones Richardson<br />

Trust<br />

Dorothy Roberts<br />

<strong>The</strong> Roberts Bros. Found<strong>at</strong>ion<br />

John Saladino<br />

Jack & Anitra Sheen<br />

Sally & Jan Smit<br />

Betty Stephens &<br />

Lindsay Fisher<br />

Selby & Diane Sullivan<br />

Joseph M. Thomas<br />

Irene & Robert Stone/Stone<br />

Family Found<strong>at</strong>ion<br />

Milan E. Timm<br />

Mark E. Trueblood<br />

Steven D. Trueblood<br />

Kenneth W. &<br />

Shirley C. Tucker<br />

Mr. & Mrs. Hubert D. Vos<br />

<strong>Barbara</strong> & Gary Waer<br />

Mr. & Mrs. David Russell Wolf<br />

Dick & Ann Zylstra<br />

*promised<br />

CAMA AT AT THE GRANADA THEATRE - - LOS ANGELES PHILHARMONIC<br />

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BUSINESS SUPPORTERS<br />

BUSINESS SUPPORTERS<br />

American Riviera Bank<br />

James P. Ballantine<br />

Belmond El Encanto<br />

Bertling Law Group<br />

Blue Star Parking<br />

Bon Fortune Style & Events<br />

Wes Bredall<br />

He<strong>at</strong>her Bryden<br />

Ca' Dario<br />

Camer<strong>at</strong>a Pacifica<br />

Casa Dorinda<br />

C'est Cheese<br />

Chaucer's Books<br />

Chooket P<strong>at</strong>isserie<br />

Cottage Health System<br />

Custom Printing<br />

Eye Glass Factory<br />

First Republic Bank<br />

Flag Factory of <strong>Santa</strong> <strong>Barbara</strong><br />

Frequency Wine<br />

Gainey Vineyard<br />

Grace Design Associ<strong>at</strong>es<br />

Colin Hayward/<strong>The</strong> Hayward<br />

Group<br />

Steven Handelman Studios<br />

Hogue & Company<br />

Holdren's C<strong>at</strong>ering<br />

Indigo Interiors<br />

Islay A/V<br />

Jardesca<br />

Maravilla/Senior Resource Group<br />

Microsoft® Corpor<strong>at</strong>ion<br />

Mission Security<br />

Montecito Bank & Trust<br />

Northern Trust<br />

Oak Cottage of <strong>Santa</strong> <strong>Barbara</strong><br />

Oceania Cruises<br />

Olio e Limone/Olio Crudo Bar/<br />

Olio Pizzeria<br />

Opera <strong>Santa</strong> <strong>Barbara</strong><br />

Pacific Coast Business Times<br />

Peregrine Galleries<br />

Performing Arts Scholarship<br />

Found<strong>at</strong>ion<br />

Regent Seven Seas Cruises<br />

Renaud's P<strong>at</strong>isserie & Bistro<br />

Rose Story Farm<br />

Sabine Myers Design<br />

<strong>Santa</strong> <strong>Barbara</strong> Choral Society<br />

<strong>Santa</strong> <strong>Barbara</strong> Found<strong>at</strong>ion<br />

<strong>Santa</strong> <strong>Barbara</strong> Travel Bureau<br />

Stewart Fine Art<br />

<strong>The</strong> Tent Merchant<br />

<strong>The</strong> Upham Hotel<br />

UCSB Arts & Lectures<br />

Westmont Orchestra<br />

Contact He<strong>at</strong>her Bryden for inform<strong>at</strong>ion about showcasing your business in CAMA's Program Book.<br />

(805) 965-5558 or He<strong>at</strong>herBryden@cox.net<br />

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Presenting the world’s finest classical artists since 1919<br />

Presenting the world’s finest classical artists since 1919<br />

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MAY 6, 2019 8:00 PM<br />

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