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Russian National Orchestra—February 27, 2019—CAMA's International Series at The Granada Theatre, Santa Barbara

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 2019, 8:00 PM Russian National Orchestra Mikhail Pletnev, conductor George Li, piano The Russian National Orchestra was founded by Mikhail Pletnev in 1990 as a courageous demonstration of artistic freedom during the Soviet regime and has risen to the pinnacle of the classical music world; it was selected recently as one of the world’s top orchestras by a panel of international critics. The RNO will perform a special all-Rachmaninoff program celebrating the 100th Anniversary of his arrival in America in 1918, when he took up permanent US residence for the rest of his life (and performed twice for CAMA at the Lobero in 1929 and 1941). The all-Rachmaninoff program will include his ever-popular Second Piano Concerto featuring Tchaikovsky Competition silver medalist George Li. ALL-RACHMANINOFF PROGRAM: Vocalise, Op.34, No.14 Piano Concerto No.2 in C Minor, Op.18 Symphonic Dances, Op.45 Tickets: https://ticketing.granadasb.org/single/SYOS.aspx?p=11750&promo=5032

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 2019, 8:00 PM
Russian National Orchestra
Mikhail Pletnev, conductor
George Li, piano

The Russian National Orchestra was founded by Mikhail Pletnev in 1990 as a courageous demonstration of artistic freedom during the Soviet regime and has risen to the pinnacle of the classical music world; it was selected recently as one of the world’s top orchestras by a panel of international critics. The RNO will perform a special all-Rachmaninoff program celebrating the 100th Anniversary of his arrival in America in 1918, when he took up permanent US residence for the rest of his life (and performed twice for CAMA at the Lobero in 1929 and 1941). The all-Rachmaninoff program will include his ever-popular Second Piano Concerto featuring Tchaikovsky Competition silver medalist George Li.

ALL-RACHMANINOFF PROGRAM:
Vocalise, Op.34, No.14
Piano Concerto No.2 in C Minor, Op.18
Symphonic Dances, Op.45

Tickets: https://ticketing.granadasb.org/single/SYOS.aspx?p=11750&promo=5032

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

INTERNATIONAL SERIES<br />

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photo by RNO<br />

RUSSIAN NATIONAL<br />

ORCHESTRA<br />

Mikhail Pletnev Founder & Artistic Director<br />

George Li piano<br />

Wednesday, February <strong>27</strong>, 2019, 8:00 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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INTERNATIONAL SERIES <strong>at</strong> the GRANADA THEATRE<br />

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RUSSIAN NATIONAL<br />

ORCHESTRA<br />

Mikhail Pletnev FOUNDER & ARTISTIC DIRECTOR<br />

George Li PIANO<br />

Wednesday, February <strong>27</strong>, 8:00 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 />

SERGEI RACHMANINOFF<br />

(1873–1943)<br />

VOCALISE<br />

PIANO CONCERTO NO.2 IN C MINOR, OP.18<br />

Moder<strong>at</strong>o<br />

Adagio sostenuto<br />

Allegro scherzando<br />

GEORGE LI piano<br />

INTERMISSION<br />

RACHMANINOFF<br />

SYMPHONIC DANCES, OP.45<br />

Non allegro—Lento—Tempo I<br />

[original title “Noon”]<br />

Andante con moto (Tempo di valse)<br />

[original title "Twilight"]<br />

Lento assai—Allegro vivace<br />

[original title “Midnight”]<br />

<strong>The</strong> <strong>Russian</strong> <strong>N<strong>at</strong>ional</strong> Orchestra thanks the generous p<strong>at</strong>rons and sponsors who helped make the<br />

2019 United St<strong>at</strong>es Tour possible, including Peter Paul and Elena Sysovskaya, Ann and Gordon<br />

Getty, <strong>Barbara</strong> Roach, Marianne Wyman, the Mikhail Prokhorov Found<strong>at</strong>ion, the Prince Michael<br />

of Kent Found<strong>at</strong>ion, the Trust for Mutual Understanding, and the Friends of the RNO.<br />

Steinway Piano<br />

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

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CO-SPONSORS: Peggy & Kurt Anderson • Louise & Michael Caccese<br />

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or sound recording of this concert or possession of any device for such photographing or sound recording is prohibited.<br />

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Photo by Sergei Demidov<br />

RUSSIAN NATIONAL<br />

ORCHESTRA<br />

<strong>The</strong> <strong>Russian</strong> <strong>N<strong>at</strong>ional</strong> Orchestra<br />

was founded in 1990 by<br />

pianist and conductor Mikhail Pletnev. Of<br />

its debut <strong>at</strong> the BBC Proms in London,<br />

the Evening Standard wrote, “<strong>The</strong>y played<br />

with such captiv<strong>at</strong>ing beauty th<strong>at</strong> the audience<br />

gave an involuntary sigh of pleasure.”<br />

<strong>The</strong> RNO has been described as “a<br />

living symbol of the best in <strong>Russian</strong> art”<br />

(Miami Herald) and “as close to perfect as<br />

one could hope for” (Trinity Mirror).<br />

Maintaining an active intern<strong>at</strong>ional<br />

schedule, the RNO appears in the music<br />

capitals of Europe, Asia and the Americas,<br />

is a frequent guest <strong>at</strong> festivals such<br />

as Edinburgh, the BBC Proms and Festival<br />

Napa Valley, and presents the RNO<br />

Grand Festival each September to open<br />

the Moscow season.<br />

RNO concerts are often aired on <strong>N<strong>at</strong>ional</strong><br />

Public Radio, the European Broadcasting<br />

Union, and Russia’s Kultura<br />

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channel. <strong>The</strong>ir discography, launched<br />

with a highly praised 1991 recording of<br />

Tchaikovsky’s P<strong>at</strong>hétique, now numbers<br />

more than 80 critically acclaimed recordings.<br />

Notable releases include the complete<br />

Beethoven symphonies and piano<br />

concertos on Deutsche Grammophon,<br />

Tchaikovsky’s six symphonies for Pent<strong>at</strong>one,<br />

and the RNO Shostakovich project,<br />

also on Pent<strong>at</strong>one, cited as “the most exciting<br />

cycle of the Shostakovich symphonies<br />

to be put down on disc, and easily the<br />

best recorded” (SACD.net).<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir recording of Prokofiev’s Peter<br />

and the Wolf and Beintus’ Wolf Tracks,<br />

conducted by Kent Nagano and narr<strong>at</strong>ed<br />

by Sophia Loren, Bill Clinton and Mikhail<br />

Gorbachev, received a 2004 Grammy<br />

Award, making the RNO the first <strong>Russian</strong><br />

orchestra to win the recording industry’s<br />

highest honor. <strong>The</strong>ir recording of Shostakovich<br />

Symphony No.7, conducted by<br />

Paavo Järvi, was awarded the Diapason<br />

d’Or de l’Année 2015 as the year’s best<br />

symphonic album, and was nomin<strong>at</strong>ed for<br />

a 2016 Grammy Award.<br />

<strong>The</strong> RNO is unique among the principal<br />

<strong>Russian</strong> ensembles as a priv<strong>at</strong>e<br />

institution funded with the support of<br />

individuals, corpor<strong>at</strong>ions and found<strong>at</strong>ions<br />

in Russia and throughout the world.<br />

MIKHAIL<br />

PLETNEV<br />

Founder and Artistic Director<br />

Mikhail Pletnev’s genius as pianist,<br />

conductor and composer enchants and<br />

amazes audiences around the globe. He<br />

was Gold Medal and First Prize winner of<br />

the 1978 Tchaikovsky <strong>Intern<strong>at</strong>ional</strong> Piano<br />

Competition when he was 21, a prize<br />

th<strong>at</strong> earned him early recognition worldwide.<br />

An invit<strong>at</strong>ion to perform <strong>at</strong> the 1988<br />

superpower summit in Washington led to<br />

Photo by Alexei Molchanovsky<br />

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a friendship with Mikhail Gorbachev and<br />

the historic opportunity to make music in<br />

artistic freedom.<br />

In 1990 Pletnev formed the first independent<br />

orchestra in Russia’s history.<br />

Many of the country’s finest musicians<br />

joined Pletnev in launching the <strong>Russian</strong><br />

<strong>N<strong>at</strong>ional</strong> Orchestra. Under his leadership,<br />

the RNO achieved in a few short years a<br />

towering st<strong>at</strong>ure among the world’s orchestras.<br />

Pletnev describes the RNO as<br />

his gre<strong>at</strong>est joy and continues to serve<br />

as its Artistic Director and Principal<br />

Conductor.<br />

Pletnev’s performances and recordings<br />

have proved him to be an outstanding<br />

interpreter of an extensive repertoire,<br />

both as pianist and conductor. His recordings<br />

have earned numerous prizes<br />

including a 2005 Grammy Award for his<br />

own arrangement of Prokofiev’s Cinderella.<br />

He received Grammy nomin<strong>at</strong>ions<br />

for Schumann's Symphonic Etudes (2004)<br />

and Rachmaninoff and Prokofiev Piano<br />

Concertos No.3 (2003). His album of<br />

Scarl<strong>at</strong>ti’s Son<strong>at</strong>as (Virgin/EMI) received<br />

a 1996 Gramophone Award. BBC Music<br />

Magazine called the recording “piano<br />

playing <strong>at</strong> its gre<strong>at</strong>est... this performance<br />

alone would be enough to secure Pletnev<br />

a place among the gre<strong>at</strong>est pianists<br />

ever known.” His recording of the complete<br />

Beethoven symphonies and piano<br />

concertos (Deutsche Grammophon) was<br />

named “Best of 2007” by <strong>The</strong> New Yorker.<br />

Pletnev’s compositions include works<br />

for orchestra, piano, strings and voices.<br />

His transcriptions of Nutcracker<br />

Suite and Sleeping Beauty were selected<br />

for the 1998 anthology “Gre<strong>at</strong> Pianists of<br />

the 20th Century” (Philips Classics).<br />

Today he is one of Russia’s most respected<br />

and influential artists. Pianist,<br />

conductor, composer and cultural leader—all<br />

are significant facets of Mikhail<br />

Pletnev’s life as an artist. Yet he considers<br />

himself, simply, a musician.<br />

GEORGE LI pianist<br />

Since winning the Silver Medal <strong>at</strong> the<br />

2015 <strong>Intern<strong>at</strong>ional</strong> Tchaikovsky Competition,<br />

pianist George Li has rapidly established<br />

a major intern<strong>at</strong>ional reput<strong>at</strong>ion and<br />

performs regularly with some of the world’s<br />

leading orchestras and conductors.<br />

In the 2018-19 season, Li makes his<br />

debuts with the London Philharmonic,<br />

Montreal Symphony, Tokyo Symphony,<br />

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Photo by Simon Fowler<br />

and Royal Liverpool Philharmonic; embarks<br />

on an 11-city recital tour of China;<br />

and tours the United St<strong>at</strong>es with the<br />

<strong>Russian</strong> <strong>N<strong>at</strong>ional</strong> Orchestra and Mikhail<br />

Pletnev and Kirill Karabits.<br />

Concerto highlights include performances<br />

with the New York Philharmonic,<br />

San Francisco Symphony, Los Angeles<br />

Philharmonic, Philharmonia Orchestra,<br />

Rotterdam Philharmonic, DSO Berlin,<br />

Frankfurt Radio Symphony, Oslo Philharmonic,<br />

Orchestre <strong>N<strong>at</strong>ional</strong> de Lyon, Sydney<br />

Symphony, and St. Petersburg Philharmonic.<br />

He frequently appears with Valery<br />

Gergiev and the Mariinsky Orchestra.<br />

In recital, Li performs <strong>at</strong> venues including<br />

Carnegie Hall, Davies Hall in San<br />

Francisco, the Mariinsky <strong>The</strong><strong>at</strong>re, Munich’s<br />

Gasteig, the Louvre, Seoul Arts<br />

Center, Tokyo’s Asahi Hall and Musashino<br />

Hall, NCPA Beijing, Shanghai Poly <strong>The</strong><strong>at</strong>er,<br />

and Amici della Musica Firenze, as<br />

well as appearances <strong>at</strong> major festivals including<br />

the Edinburgh <strong>Intern<strong>at</strong>ional</strong> Festival,<br />

Ravinia Festival, Aix-en-Provence<br />

Festival, and Montreux Festival.<br />

Li is an exclusive Warner Classics<br />

recording artist, with his debut recital<br />

album released in October 2017, which<br />

was recorded live from the Mariinsky. n<br />

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SERGEI<br />

RACHMANINOFF<br />

Notes on the Program by Howard Posner<br />

Rachmaninoff’s Vocalise was the last of<br />

the 14 Romances for voice and piano<br />

th<strong>at</strong> he published in 1915. A vocalise is a<br />

song, or singing exercise, without words<br />

(in Rachmaninoff’s Vocalise the singer<br />

could just choose a vowel). He dedic<strong>at</strong>ed<br />

to Antonina Nezhdanova, a leading<br />

soprano in the Bolshoi Opera. She had<br />

withdrawn from the leading role in Rachmaninoff’s<br />

1905 opera Francesca da Rimini,<br />

but Rachmaninoff was never one<br />

to hold a grudge. He orchestr<strong>at</strong>ed the<br />

piano part shortly after he and he and<br />

Nezhdanova performed the premiere, and<br />

a version for orchestra without a singer<br />

soon followed. Its popularity has led to<br />

countless versions for virtually every instrument.<br />

Youtube now has ten versions<br />

performed on theremin.<br />

His second piano concerto marked<br />

a sort of return to the living for Rachmaninoff.<br />

<strong>The</strong> 1897 St. Petersburg premiere<br />

of his first symphony had been a<br />

disaster. <strong>The</strong> composer/critic Cesar Cui<br />

likened it to a program symphony about<br />

the Ten Plagues composed by a talented<br />

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student in the “conserv<strong>at</strong>ory in hell.”<br />

Rachmaninoff could, and did, blame<br />

it on a bad performance, as did many<br />

observers, but his letters also show th<strong>at</strong><br />

he had doubts about the quality of the<br />

symphony, which was not performed<br />

again until nearly a half century l<strong>at</strong>er,<br />

after his de<strong>at</strong>h. Its failure sent him into<br />

a four-year productive drought th<strong>at</strong> has<br />

been called “depression” or “collapse,”<br />

but in fact he was perfectly functional,<br />

able to perform and conduct, and enjoy<br />

the company of friends. He took a post<br />

as conductor of the Moscow Priv<strong>at</strong>e<br />

<strong>Russian</strong> Opera Company in 1897 and<br />

made his intern<strong>at</strong>ional debut in London<br />

in 1899. But he had a crippling crisis of<br />

confidence in himself as a composer,<br />

and was able to compose only two piano<br />

pieces and four songs between 1897<br />

and 1901.<br />

By chance, Rachmaninoff’s aunt had<br />

been suffering from a nervous condition,<br />

and had been helped by a hypnotherapist<br />

named Nicolai Dahl. Every day from<br />

January to April 1900, Rachmaninoff<br />

had sessions with Dahl, which consisted<br />

largely of Dahl’s telling him he was going<br />

to compose with facility and cre<strong>at</strong>e<br />

a gre<strong>at</strong> concerto. Whether because of<br />

Dahl, or because he was bound to climb<br />

out of the hole sooner or l<strong>at</strong>er, Rachmaninoff<br />

began composing in earnest<br />

th<strong>at</strong> summer, and found th<strong>at</strong> the melodic<br />

ideas were flowing abundantly enough<br />

th<strong>at</strong> he could work on the concerto and<br />

a suite for two pianos <strong>at</strong> the same time.<br />

He finished the concerto in April 1901,<br />

and dedic<strong>at</strong>ed it to Dahl. It has been a hit<br />

for more than century because it is collection<br />

of good tunes, but it also synthesizes<br />

concerto conventions, particularly<br />

the de rigeur displays of virtuosity, into<br />

a unified whole than concertos typically<br />

tend to be.<br />

All three movements begin in the<br />

“wrong” key. <strong>The</strong> piano begins the first<br />

movement, alone, in F Minor, emphasized<br />

by a persistent low F, but the opening<br />

turns out to be a modul<strong>at</strong>ion to C Minor.<br />

<strong>The</strong> piano’s cascades of notes th<strong>at</strong><br />

follow are impressive, but they are an<br />

integral accompaniment th<strong>at</strong> provides<br />

harmony and rhythmic propulsion for<br />

the very <strong>Russian</strong>-sounding first theme,<br />

orchestr<strong>at</strong>ed in a very <strong>Russian</strong> way with<br />

thro<strong>at</strong>y-sounding strings. It sets a p<strong>at</strong>tern<br />

for the concerto: lots of flowing,<br />

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long-lined melodies, and a solo part th<strong>at</strong><br />

spends a remarkable portion of the concerto<br />

as an accompanist, even if the accompaniments<br />

are impressive cascades<br />

of notes.<br />

<strong>The</strong> slow movement’s opening is the<br />

flip side of the first movement’s, with the<br />

orchestra beginning in C Minor and arriving<br />

improbably in E Major after four measures,<br />

<strong>at</strong> which point the piano comes in<br />

with an arpeggi<strong>at</strong>ed figure th<strong>at</strong> seems to<br />

be an accompaniment for a melody in the<br />

clarinet. It’s not quite th<strong>at</strong> simple, as the<br />

“melody” and “accompaniment” figures<br />

change roles as they are redistributed<br />

between orchestra and piano during the<br />

movement: this is one of the reasons the<br />

concerto takes on the feel of chamber<br />

music <strong>at</strong> times. <strong>The</strong> middle movement’s<br />

texture is light and transparent, with the<br />

strings muted throughout.<br />

<strong>The</strong> finale brings the wrong-key<br />

opening progression full circle, starting<br />

in E Major and arriving eventually<br />

in C Minor for the first theme, a scampering,<br />

flighty thing th<strong>at</strong> will leave little<br />

impression on the ear because the<br />

second subject, one of Rachmaninoff’s<br />

most famous long-lined big tunes, will<br />

be wh<strong>at</strong> you remember.<br />

Rachmaninoff went through dry<br />

spells of a different sort after he left Russia<br />

in the wake of the 1917 Revolution.<br />

He had invested nearly all his money in<br />

an est<strong>at</strong>e near Tambov, about midway<br />

between Moscow and Volgograd, which<br />

left him and his family nearly broke<br />

when they left Russia in 1918. Rachmaninoff<br />

spent much of the rest of his<br />

career on tour, performing and recording,<br />

and practicing new repertoire when<br />

he got a break. It allowed him to live like<br />

a wealthy man if a transient one, but left<br />

him with little time, and little inclin<strong>at</strong>ion,<br />

to compose.<br />

“Perhaps the incessant practice<br />

and eternal rush inseparable from life<br />

as a concert artist takes too much toll<br />

of my strength; perhaps I feel th<strong>at</strong> the<br />

kind of music I care to write is not acceptable<br />

today,” he once wrote. “For<br />

when I left Russia, I left behind me the<br />

desire to compose: losing my country I<br />

lost myself also. To the exile whose musical<br />

roots, traditions, and background<br />

have been annihil<strong>at</strong>ed, there remains<br />

no desire for self-expression.” He never<br />

returned to the Soviet Union (though he<br />

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made plans to visit in 1921), and publicly<br />

disapproved of its policies toward<br />

the arts, but he never entirely turned his<br />

back on it. In his last years, after the Axis<br />

invasion of Russia, he performed benefit<br />

concerts for the <strong>Russian</strong> people and the<br />

Red Army.<br />

Rachmaninoff composed only six<br />

original works after 1918, the last of<br />

which was the Symphonic Dances in the<br />

summer of 1940. It must have been a<br />

difficult few months. He was staying <strong>at</strong><br />

a Long Island est<strong>at</strong>e overlooking Northport<br />

Bay, while recuper<strong>at</strong>ing from surgery.<br />

In June, France fell to the German<br />

army, which concerned Rachmaninoff<br />

because his daughter lived there. Nonetheless<br />

he made quick progress on a<br />

very ambitious large-scale work. On August<br />

21 he wrote to Eugene Ormandy, the<br />

Philadelphia Orchestra music director,<br />

th<strong>at</strong> the work was “finished,” which did<br />

not actually mean finished. “I shall now<br />

begin the orchestr<strong>at</strong>ion. Unfortun<strong>at</strong>ely<br />

my concert tour begins on 14 October. I<br />

have a gre<strong>at</strong> deal of practice to do and<br />

I don’t know whether I shall be able to<br />

finish the orchestr<strong>at</strong>ion before November.”<br />

Ormandy, who had scheduled the premiere<br />

for January and needed the score<br />

by December, could not have been<br />

thrilled to hear this. In the event, the premiere<br />

took place as planned.<br />

Rachmaninoff originally thought to<br />

title the work “Fantastic Dances” and<br />

give the movements descriptive titles:<br />

“Noon,” “Twilight” and “Midnight,” according<br />

to one source, or “Morning,”<br />

“Noon” and “Evening,” according to another.<br />

<strong>The</strong> titles would have conveyed<br />

nothing worthwhile to the listener, which<br />

is doubtless why he never used them.<br />

Although large stretches of the music<br />

don’t seem danceable in the sense<br />

th<strong>at</strong>, say, Dvořák’s Slavonic Dances invariably<br />

are, Rachmaninoff saw the music<br />

as potential ballet m<strong>at</strong>erial. Mikhail<br />

Fokine, who had choreographed the original<br />

Paris productions of Les Sylphides,<br />

Petrushka and Firebird, and more recently<br />

formed a ballet company in New York,<br />

was interested in staging it, but died in<br />

1942 before anything came of the idea.<br />

<strong>The</strong> Symphonic Dances begin boldly,<br />

with a primitive, elemental brawniness<br />

th<strong>at</strong> can distract from the extraordinarily<br />

detailed orchestr<strong>at</strong>ion th<strong>at</strong><br />

achieves a bright clarity and gre<strong>at</strong> variety.<br />

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Rarely, for example, has the bass clarinet<br />

heard to such advantage. <strong>The</strong> clarity and<br />

color become more apparent in the first<br />

movement’s slower, lyrical mid-section,<br />

the first half of which is soulful chamber<br />

music for the woodwinds, each contributing<br />

a distinctive voice while the alto<br />

saxophone sings a melancholy song. <strong>The</strong><br />

music of the first section returns after an<br />

elabor<strong>at</strong>e transition, and then relaxes into<br />

a gentle finish. As it does so, a second or<br />

two after the glockenspiel makes it only<br />

appearance, the strings quote the motto<br />

theme from the First Symphony, which,<br />

significantly, shares its first four notes<br />

with the Gregorian Dies irae chant. Rachmaninoff<br />

could scarcely have imagined<br />

th<strong>at</strong> the symphony would ever see the<br />

light of day again, so the reference must<br />

have been strictly for himself.<br />

<strong>The</strong> second movement begins as a<br />

disagreement, with most of the orchestra<br />

trying to start a waltz over the objections<br />

of the brass. <strong>The</strong> waltz th<strong>at</strong> eventually<br />

asserts is a nervous one, with occasional<br />

tempo and meter changes, and the occasional<br />

interruption from the brass.<br />

In the last movement, the Dies irae<br />

makes an actual appearance in the brass,<br />

beginning with four-note hints and eventually<br />

building up to quot<strong>at</strong>ions of its first<br />

seven notes, which is enough for a positive<br />

I.D. It’s not clear why Rachmaninoff,<br />

who was raised in the <strong>Russian</strong> Orthodox<br />

Church and never went to church anyway,<br />

was so enamored of the chant from<br />

the Roman C<strong>at</strong>holic Requiem Mass about<br />

judgment day; he likely absorbed it from<br />

Berlioz and Liszt. It makes prominent appearances<br />

in his Rhapsody on a <strong>The</strong>me<br />

of Paganini, <strong>The</strong> Isle of the Dead, and Third<br />

Symphony, and less prominent appearances<br />

in other Rachmaninoff works. An even<br />

more prominent quote in the third movement<br />

is from the ninth movement of his All<br />

Night Vigil, a 1915 Orthodox liturgical work<br />

for chorus. He lifted much of the last part<br />

of the movement, in which Christ’s empty<br />

tomb is discovered, to much rejoicing by<br />

the angels. Rachmaninoff even wrote “Alliluya”<br />

into the score <strong>at</strong> the point where the<br />

trumpets play the Alliluya music from the<br />

All Night Vigil. It leads immedi<strong>at</strong>ely into the<br />

coda, an unangelic bacchanale of about<br />

20 seconds’ length. n<br />

Notes © 2019, Howard Posner<br />

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Photo by RNO<br />

RUSSIAN NATIONAL ORCHESTRA<br />

US Tour Roster 2019<br />

Mikhail Pletnev, Founder & Artistic Director<br />

1ST VIOLINS<br />

Alexey Bruni,<br />

Concertmaster<br />

Olga Chepizhnaia,<br />

Assistant<br />

Concertmaster<br />

Anna Panina<br />

Vasily Vyrenkov<br />

Aleksei Khutorianskii<br />

An<strong>at</strong>olii Fedorenko<br />

Olga Levchenko<br />

Alexei Sobolev<br />

Sergey Putnikov<br />

Leonid Akimov<br />

Igor Akimov<br />

Daria Strelnikova<br />

Yulia Paleleva<br />

Viacheslav Chirkunov<br />

Tamerlan Tedeev<br />

2ND VIOLINS<br />

Sergei Starcheus,<br />

Principal<br />

Lina Vartanova,<br />

Assistant Principal<br />

Pavel Gorbenko<br />

Evgenii Durnovo<br />

Evgeny Feofanov<br />

Vladimir Teslia<br />

Elizaveta Dyakova<br />

Varvara Baskova<br />

Maria Dobrogorskaia<br />

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Ek<strong>at</strong>erina Karpova<br />

Ek<strong>at</strong>erina Braisheva<br />

Valeria Kapko<br />

VIOLAS<br />

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Ivan Agafonov,<br />

Assistant Principal<br />

Sofiia Lebed<br />

Sergei Bogdanov<br />

Liubov Popova<br />

Aleksandr Zhulev<br />

Kseniia Zhuleva<br />

Mariia Goriunova<br />

Artem Kukaev<br />

Olga Suslova<br />

Aleksandr T<strong>at</strong>arinov<br />

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Aleksandr Gotgelf,<br />

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Vsevolod Guzov,<br />

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Aleksandr Grashenkov<br />

Sergey Kazantsev<br />

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Dmitry Fastunov<br />

Alevtina Fastunova<br />

Ek<strong>at</strong>erina Kulakovskaia<br />

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Anton Vinogradov,<br />

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Miroslav Maksimyuk<br />

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Alexei Vorobev<br />

Gennadii Karasev<br />

Leonid Bakulin<br />

Aleksandr Muravev<br />

FLUTES<br />

Maxim Rubtsov,<br />

Principal<br />

Konstantin Efimov,<br />

Assistant Principal<br />

Sergei Igrunov<br />

Nikolai Lotakov<br />

OBOES<br />

Olga Tomilova,<br />

Principal<br />

Vitaly Nazarov,<br />

Assistant Principal<br />

Stanislav Tokarev<br />

Ek<strong>at</strong>erina Bespalova<br />

CLARINETS<br />

Sergey Eletskiy,<br />

Principal<br />

Dmitrii Aizenshtadt,<br />

Assistant Principal<br />

Dmitrii Belik<br />

Khasan Mukhitdinov<br />

BASSOONS<br />

Andrei Shamidanov,<br />

Principal<br />

Danila Iakovlev,<br />

Assistant Principal<br />

Vladimir Markin<br />

Elizaveta Vilkovyskaia<br />

FRENCH HORNS<br />

Igor Makarov, Principal<br />

Alexey Serov,<br />

Assistant Principal<br />

Viktor Bushuev<br />

Anton Afanasyev<br />

Andrei Romanov<br />

TRUMPETS<br />

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Leonid Korkin,<br />

Assistant Principal<br />

Andrey Kolokolov<br />

Konstantin Grigorev<br />

TROMBONES<br />

Ivan Irkhin, Principal<br />

Sergey Koryavichev,<br />

Assistant Principal<br />

Tarasov Maxim<br />

Viacheslav Pachkaev<br />

Dmitry Anakovskiy -<br />

Tuba<br />

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Alexandr Suvorov,<br />

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Ilia Melikhov,<br />

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Kirill Lukyanenko<br />

Vitaly Martyanov<br />

Leonid Lysenko<br />

Marina Loginova<br />

HARP<br />

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PIANO<br />

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Beautiful music, exciting music, profound music — Community<br />

Arts Music Associ<strong>at</strong>ion has been bringing this gift to <strong>Santa</strong> <strong>Barbara</strong> for<br />

100 years. Born in the dark days following World War I, flourishing during<br />

the Roaring Twenties, and eluding demise during the Gre<strong>at</strong> Depression,<br />

CAMA has endured through a story of struggle, survival and triumph as<br />

compelling as the world-renowned music and performers it brought.<br />

ABOUT THE AUTHOR<br />

Besides writing a local history column for the Montecito Journal for<br />

over a decade, H<strong>at</strong>tie Beresford has written two issues of Noticias<br />

and co-edited My <strong>Santa</strong> <strong>Barbara</strong> Scrap Book, the memoir of artist<br />

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CAMA’S CENTENNIAL<br />

100 th and 101 st SEASONS<br />

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

music in the world to our special community, we invite you to<br />

particip<strong>at</strong>e in CAMA’s historic Centennial Celebr<strong>at</strong>ion.<br />

We are celebr<strong>at</strong>ing CAMA's Centennial by gr<strong>at</strong>efully acknowledging donors who<br />

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above during this time will be recognized in the Centennial acknowlegements in<br />

our concert programs.<br />

Please contact either Elizabeth Alvarez or Nancy Lynn<br />

<strong>at</strong> (805) 966-4324 to learn more.<br />

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Michael Tilson Thomas<br />

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CAMA CENTENNIAL<br />

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Performing Arts Scholarship<br />

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

Diana & Roger Phillips<br />

Ann M. Picker<br />

Dorothy Roberts<br />

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

Judith F. Smith<br />

Carrie Towbes & John Lewis<br />

Steven Trueblood<br />

(Continued next page.)<br />

CAMA’s Centennial spans two concert seasons, 2018/2019 and 2019/2020.<br />

<strong>The</strong> CAMA Board gr<strong>at</strong>efully acknowledges and thanks the generosity of the<br />

CAMA community. Donor lists will be fully upd<strong>at</strong>ed February 2019.<br />

All cummul<strong>at</strong>ive don<strong>at</strong>ions of $250 and above through<br />

the 100 th and 101 st Seasons will be listed.<br />

Please call Elizabeth Alvarez should you notice any errors on these pages – (805) <strong>27</strong>6-8<strong>27</strong>0.<br />

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CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION DONORS<br />

(Continued from previous page)<br />

ADAGIO<br />

$1,000–$2,499<br />

Todd & Allyson Aldrich Family Charitable Fund<br />

Diane Boss<br />

Wendel Bruss<br />

Karen Bushnell<br />

Annette & Richard Caleel<br />

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

Joan & Steven Crossland<br />

Gregory Dahlen III & Christi Walden<br />

Jan Davis-Hadley<br />

Margaret & Ronald Dolkart<br />

Wendy & Rudy Eisler<br />

Nancy Englander<br />

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

Nancyann & Robert Failing<br />

Margo & Bob Feinberg<br />

Jill Felber<br />

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

Andrea & Ron Gallo<br />

David Hamilton<br />

Renee & Richard Hawley<br />

Maison K<br />

Karin Nelson & Eugene Hibbs/Maren Henle<br />

Gerhart Hoffmeister<br />

Joanne C. Holderman<br />

Jackie Inskeep<br />

Diane Johnson<br />

Gerd & Peter Jordano<br />

James Kearns<br />

Sally Kinney<br />

Karin Jacobson & Hans Koellner<br />

K<strong>at</strong>hryn Lawhun & Mark Shinbrot<br />

Dora Anne Little<br />

Cynthia Brown & Arthur Ludwig<br />

Nancy & James Lynn<br />

Gloria & Keith Martin<br />

Maureen Masson<br />

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

Karine & Donald McCall<br />

Frank McGinity<br />

Sally & George Messerlian<br />

Russell Mueller<br />

Northern Trust<br />

Ellen Lehrer Orlando & Thomas Orlando<br />

Gail Osherenko & Oran Young<br />

P<strong>at</strong>ti Ottoboni<br />

Anne & Daniel Ovadia<br />

Donald Rink<br />

Tiffany & Justin Rizzo-Weaver<br />

Regina & Rick Roney<br />

Ada B. Sandburg<br />

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

Anitra & Jack Sheen<br />

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

Marion Stewart<br />

Milan E. Timm<br />

Mark E. Trueblood<br />

UCSB - Department of Music, University of<br />

California, <strong>Santa</strong> <strong>Barbara</strong><br />

Esther & Tom Wachtell<br />

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

Sheila Wald<br />

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

Dr. Robert Weinman<br />

Judy L. Weisman<br />

Westmont College<br />

Victoria & Norman Williamson<br />

Nancy & Byron Kent Wood<br />

Cheryl & Peter Ziegler<br />

Ann & Dick Zylstra<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 />

P<strong>at</strong>ricia & Richard Blake<br />

Edith M. Clark<br />

Lavelda & Lynn Clock<br />

Betsy & Kenneth Co<strong>at</strong>es<br />

Michael & Ruth Ann Collins<br />

Nancy Donaldson<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 Hanrahan<br />

Lorna S. Hedges<br />

Glenn Jordan & Michael Stubbs<br />

Debbie & Frank Kendrick<br />

June & William Kistler<br />

Christie & Morgan Lloyd<br />

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

Phyllis Brady & Andy Masters<br />

Jeffrey McFarland<br />

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

Christine & James V. McNamara<br />

Andrew Mester<br />

James P. And Shirley F. McFarland Fund of<br />

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

Peter L. Morris<br />

Mrs. Raymond King Myerson<br />

Maureen O'Rourke<br />

Hensley & James Peterson<br />

David & Dottie Pickering<br />

Minie & Hjalmar Pompe van Meerdervoort<br />

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

Rotary Club of Montecito Found<strong>at</strong>ion, Inc.<br />

Lynn & Mark Schiffmacher<br />

Naomi Schmidt<br />

Maureen & Les Shapiro<br />

Halina W. Silverman<br />

Paul and Delia Smith<br />

Linda Stafford Burrows<br />

Beverly & Michael Steinfeld<br />

Jacqueline & Ronald Stevens<br />

Elaine Sweet<br />

Carol Vernon & Robert Turbin<br />

Mary H. Walsh<br />

Lorraine & Stephen We<strong>at</strong>herford<br />

Grace & Edward Yoon<br />

As of February 5, 2019<br />

26 CENTENNIAL SEASON CELEBRATION


MUSIC EDUCATION<br />

MUSIC EDUCATION PROGRAM<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 />

Stefanie L. Lancaster Charitable 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 />

James P. and Shirley F. McFarland Fund<br />

of the Minneapolis Found<strong>at</strong>ion<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 />

Joan Crossland<br />

NancyBell Coe &<br />

Bill Burke<br />

Carolyn & Dennis Naiman<br />

Nancy Lynn<br />

Carolyn & Dennis Naiman<br />

Jim Ryerson<br />

Christine Ryerson<br />

Sharon Felber Taylor<br />

Bridget Colleary<br />

Cornelia Chapman<br />

Ellicott Million<br />

Else (Leinie) Schilling<br />

Bard<br />

Joanne C. Holderman<br />

Frederica Vogle<br />

Burrows<br />

Linda Stafford Burrows<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 />

David Malvinni<br />

Carolyn & Dennis Naiman<br />

Dr. Eric Boehm<br />

Judy Pochini<br />

Professor Frederick F.<br />

Lange<br />

MaryAnn Lange<br />

Robert S. Grant<br />

Robert L. Grant<br />

Dr. Robert Failing<br />

Mrs. Betty Meyer<br />

Dr. Walter Picker<br />

Ann M. Picker<br />

Tita Lanning<br />

Keith Mautino<br />

Michael Towbes<br />

Bridget B. Colleary<br />

Gerd & Peter Jordano<br />

Harold M. Williams<br />

Nancy Englander<br />

Sybil Mueller<br />

Lynn P. Kirst<br />

Nan Burns, Dr. Greg<br />

Dahlen, Robert S. Grant<br />

William S. Hanrahan<br />

Susie Vos<br />

Bridget B. Colleary<br />

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

CAMA Centennial Presidents’ Dinner Sponsors<br />

ROBERT K. MONTGOMERY, President<br />

Bitsy Becton Bacon<br />

with<br />

PAST PRESIDENTS<br />

Judith L. Hopkinson<br />

Arthur R. Gaudi James H. Hurley, Jr. Herbert J. Kendall<br />

Andre Saltoun<br />

Judith F. Smith<br />

With special thanks to<br />

Montgomery Vineyard<br />

Nell Campbell photo<br />

HONORING<br />

ARTHUR R. GAUDI<br />

2019 MOZART SOCIETY AWARD<br />

JANUARY 26, 2019<br />

<strong>The</strong> Mozart Society includes donors who have<br />

gifted $10,000 or more to CAMA's Endowment.<br />

<strong>The</strong> CAMA Board of Directors gr<strong>at</strong>efully thanks all<br />

contributors for their trust. Through the Centennial<br />

Celebr<strong>at</strong>ion the Board invites you to join them in their<br />

commitment to ensure the next 100 years of bringing<br />

the world's finest classical music to <strong>Santa</strong> <strong>Barbara</strong>.


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

<strong>The</strong> CAMA Women’s Board Presents<br />

A PRE-CONCERT LECTURE SERIES<br />

2018/2019—CENTENNIAL SEASON<br />

Doors to <strong>The</strong> <strong>Granada</strong> <strong>The</strong><strong>at</strong>re will open<br />

for the lecture 15 minutes before lecture.<br />

Lecture se<strong>at</strong>ing is limited to the first 100<br />

p<strong>at</strong>rons. First come, first served.<br />

CAMA's Women's Board gr<strong>at</strong>efully<br />

thanks the following supporters!<br />

Symphony Level $5,000<br />

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

Son<strong>at</strong>a Level $1,000<br />

Peter & Rebecca Adams<br />

Mrs. Richard H. Roberts<br />

George & Judy Writer<br />

Rondo Level $100–$500<br />

Anonymous (2)<br />

Bridget B. Colleary<br />

Edward DeLoreto<br />

Karin Nelson & Eugene Hibbs, Jr.<br />

and Maren N. Henle<br />

Joanne C. Holderman<br />

Lois Kroc<br />

Elen & Craig Parton<br />

Andre & Michele Saltoun<br />

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

Nancy & Byron Kent Wood<br />

Esa-Pekka Salonen<br />

March 20, 2019<br />

Wednesday, Lecture begins <strong>at</strong> 7:00 PM<br />

PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA<br />

ESA-PEKKA SALONEN, Conductor<br />

<strong>The</strong> <strong>Granada</strong> <strong>The</strong><strong>at</strong>re<br />

PRE-CONCERT LECTURE<br />

Simon Williams, Professor Emeritus, UCSB<br />

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

and <strong>The</strong><strong>at</strong>er Critic<br />

April 5, 2019<br />

Friday, Lecture begins <strong>at</strong> 7:00 PM<br />

ROYAL SCOTTISH NATIONAL<br />

ORCHESTRA<br />

THOMAS SØNDERGÅRD, CONDUCTOR<br />

<strong>The</strong> <strong>Granada</strong> <strong>The</strong><strong>at</strong>re<br />

PRE-CONCERT LECTURE<br />

Adrian Spence,<br />

Artistic Director of Camer<strong>at</strong>a Pacifica<br />

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

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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 />

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 />

Dan & Meg Burnham<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> Outhwaite Found<strong>at</strong>ion<br />

<strong>The</strong> Elizabeth Firth Wade<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 />

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 />

30 CENTENNIAL SEASON CELEBRATION


BUSINESS SUPPORTERS<br />

We thank the many businesses th<strong>at</strong> support<br />

CAMA's programs and events!<br />

Laurel Abbott, Berkshire H<strong>at</strong>haway Luxury<br />

Properties<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 />

Felici Events<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 Group<br />

Steven Handelman Studios<br />

Hogue & Company<br />

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

Indigo Interiors<br />

Inside Wine <strong>Santa</strong> <strong>Barbara</strong><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 />

Montgomery Vineyard<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 />

SAGE Publishing<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 />

CAMA AT THE GRANADA THEATRE - RUSSIAN NATIONAL ORCHESTRA<br />

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