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CAMA—Wednesday, March 20, 2019, The Granada Theatre, Santa Barbara, 8:00 PM—Philharmonia Orchestra with Esa-Pekka Salonen

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 2019, 8:00 PM Philharmonia Orchestra Esa-Pekka Salonen, Principal Conductor & Artistic Advisor Local favorite Esa-Pekka Salonen, former music director of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, returns to Santa Barbara for the third time as principal conductor of London’s world-class Philharmonia Orchestra. This will be Salonen’s 14th appearance as conductor for CAMA over the past 25+ years—11 concerts with the LA Phil from 1993 to 2008 followed by 3 concerts with the Philharmonia. Fittingly, he’ll lead the Philharmonia in a performance of Arnold Schoenberg’s Romantic tone poem Verklärte Nacht – originally a string sextet later arranged for string orchestra – as well as Anton Bruckner’s expansive Symphony No.7. PROGRAM: Arnold Schoenberg: Verklärte Nacht, Op.4 Anton Bruckner: Symphony No.7 in E Major PRE-CONCERT LECTURE BY SIMON WILLIAMS, PROFESSOR EMERITUS, UCSB DEPARTMENT OF THEATER AND DANCE; OPERA AND THEATER CRITIC Lecture will begin at 7:00 PM; doors to The Granada Theatre will open for the lecture at 6:45 PM. Lecture seating is limited to the first 100 patrons. First come, first served. #CAMASB #CAMAat100 #CAMACentennial

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 2019, 8:00 PM

Philharmonia Orchestra
Esa-Pekka Salonen, Principal Conductor & Artistic Advisor

Local favorite Esa-Pekka Salonen, former music director of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, returns to Santa Barbara for the third time as principal conductor of London’s world-class Philharmonia Orchestra. This will be Salonen’s 14th appearance as conductor for CAMA over the past 25+ years—11 concerts with the LA Phil from 1993 to 2008 followed by 3 concerts with the Philharmonia. Fittingly, he’ll lead the Philharmonia in a performance of Arnold Schoenberg’s Romantic tone poem Verklärte Nacht – originally a string sextet later arranged for string orchestra – as well as Anton Bruckner’s expansive Symphony No.7.

PROGRAM:
Arnold Schoenberg: Verklärte Nacht, Op.4
Anton Bruckner: Symphony No.7 in E Major
PRE-CONCERT LECTURE BY SIMON WILLIAMS, PROFESSOR EMERITUS, UCSB DEPARTMENT OF THEATER AND DANCE; OPERA AND THEATER CRITIC

Lecture will begin at 7:00 PM; doors to The Granada Theatre will open for the lecture at 6:45 PM.

Lecture seating is limited to the first 100 patrons. First come, first served.

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

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AT THE GRANADA THEATRE<br />

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Photo by Katja Tähjä<br />

PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA<br />

<strong>Esa</strong>-<strong>Pekka</strong> <strong>Salonen</strong>, Principal Conductor & Artistic Advisor<br />

Wednesday, <strong>March</strong> <strong>20</strong>, <strong>20</strong>19, 8:00 PM<br />

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


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

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Anton<br />

Bruckner<br />

Arnold<br />

Schoenberg<br />

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PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA<br />

ESA-PEKKA SALONEN, PRINCIPAL CONDUCTOR & ARTISTIC ADVISOR<br />

Wednesday, <strong>March</strong> <strong>20</strong>, <strong>20</strong>19 at 8:00 PM<br />

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

ARNOLD SCHOENBERG<br />

(1874–1951)<br />

Verklärte Nacht, Op.4 (Transfigured Night)<br />

INTERMISSION<br />

ANTON BRUCKNER Symphony No.7 in E Major<br />

(1824–1896) I. Allegro moderato<br />

II. Adagio: Sehr feierlich und sehr langsam<br />

III. Scherzo: Sehr schnell<br />

IV. Finale: Bewegt, doch nicht schnell<br />

Tour supported by the Philharmonia Foundation and the generous donors<br />

to the Philharmonia’s Future 75 Campaign.<br />

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Program subject to change.<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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© Katherine Leedale<br />

philharmonia<br />

orchestra<br />

F<br />

ounded in 1945, the Philharmonia<br />

is a world-class symphony<br />

orchestra for the 21st century.<br />

<strong>The</strong> <strong>Orchestra</strong>’s home is Southbank<br />

Centre’s Royal Festival Hall, in the heart<br />

of London, where the Philharmonia has<br />

been resident since 1995 and presents<br />

a season of around 50 performances<br />

each year. Under Principal Conductor &<br />

Artistic Advisor <strong>Esa</strong>-<strong>Pekka</strong> <strong>Salonen</strong>, the<br />

Philharmonia has created a series of<br />

critically-acclaimed, visionary projects,<br />

distinctive for both their artistic scope<br />

and supporting live and digital content.<br />

Recent series include Stravinsky: Myths<br />

& Rituals (<strong>20</strong>16), which won a South<br />

Bank Sky Arts Award. In <strong>20</strong>19, <strong>Salonen</strong><br />

presents his newest series <strong>with</strong> the<br />

<strong>Orchestra</strong>, Weimar Berlin: Bittersweet Metropolis.<br />

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<strong>The</strong> Philharmonia is resident<br />

orchestra at Bedford<br />

Corn Exchange, De Montfort<br />

Hall in Leicester, <strong>The</strong> Marlowe<br />

in Canterbury, <strong>The</strong> Anvil in<br />

Basingstoke, the Three Choirs<br />

Festival in the West of England,<br />

and Garsington Opera. At<br />

the heart of these residencies<br />

is an education programme<br />

that empowers people in every<br />

community to engage <strong>with</strong>, and participate<br />

in, orchestral music.<br />

Internationally, the Philharmonia is<br />

active across Europe, Asia and the USA.<br />

In <strong>20</strong>18/19, the <strong>Orchestra</strong> performs extensively<br />

in Europe and undertakes three<br />

major international tours, to China and<br />

South Korea (October <strong>20</strong>18); to Cartagena<br />

in Colombia, in a joint digital installation-live<br />

concert tour (January <strong>20</strong>19);<br />

and to the USA (<strong>March</strong> <strong>20</strong>19).<br />

<strong>The</strong> Philharmonia’s international<br />

reputation in part derives from its extraordinary<br />

recording legacy, which in<br />

the last 10 years has been built on by its<br />

pioneering work <strong>with</strong> digital technology,<br />

most recently blazing a trail for classical<br />

music in Virtual Reality. VR experiences<br />

featuring music by Sibelius, Mahler and<br />

Beethoven, placing the viewer<br />

at the heart of the orchestra,<br />

have been presented at Southbank<br />

Centre and internationally.<br />

<strong>The</strong> Philharmonia records<br />

and releases music across<br />

multiple channels and media.<br />

An app for iPad, <strong>The</strong> <strong>Orchestra</strong>,<br />

has sold tens of thousands of<br />

copies; Hollywood composers<br />

choose to record their scores for films,<br />

video games and television series <strong>with</strong><br />

the <strong>Orchestra</strong>; the Philharmonia is Classic<br />

FM’s ‘<strong>Orchestra</strong> on Tour’ and broadcasts<br />

extensively on BBC Radio 3; <strong>with</strong> Signum<br />

Records the Philharmonia releases live recordings<br />

of signature concerts.<br />

Finnish conductor and composer<br />

<strong>Esa</strong>-<strong>Pekka</strong> <strong>Salonen</strong> has been Principal<br />

Conductor & Artistic Advisor since <strong>20</strong>08.<br />

Jakub Hrůša and Santtu-Matias Rouvali<br />

are Principal Guest Conductors. Christoph<br />

von Dohnányi is Honorary Conductor for<br />

Life and Vladimir Ashkenazy is Conductor<br />

Laureate. Composer Unsuk Chin is Artistic<br />

Director of the Music of Today series.<br />

<strong>The</strong> Philharmonia’s Principal International<br />

Partner is Wuliangye. n<br />

philharmonia.co.uk<br />

Photo by Camilla Greenwell<br />

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© Annick Ramp<br />

<strong>Esa</strong>-<strong>Pekka</strong> <strong>Salonen</strong>’s restless<br />

innovation drives<br />

him constantly to reposition classical<br />

music in the 21st century. He is known<br />

as both a composer and conductor and<br />

is currently the Principal Conductor &<br />

Artistic Advisor for the Philharmonia<br />

<strong>Orchestra</strong> and the Conductor Laureate<br />

for both the Swedish Radio Symphony<br />

<strong>Orchestra</strong> and the Los Angeles Philharmonic,<br />

where he was Music Director<br />

from 1992 until <strong>20</strong>09. In <strong>20</strong><strong>20</strong>, he will become<br />

the Music Director of the San Francisco<br />

Symphony. He is the Artist in Association<br />

at the Finnish National Opera<br />

and Ballet, where he will conduct his first<br />

full Ring cycle in future seasons. This<br />

season, he joined the Colburn School<br />

faculty, where he will develop and direct<br />

the pre-professional Negaunee Conducting<br />

Program. <strong>Salonen</strong> co-founded<br />

the annual Baltic Sea festival, serving<br />

as Artistic Director from <strong>20</strong>03 to <strong>20</strong>18.<br />

This season, thirteen of <strong>Salonen</strong>’s<br />

works are programmed around the world,<br />

from playful early pieces to his melodically<br />

and rhythmically complex new<br />

works. Among them are Homunculus, for<br />

string quartet; Helix, at the Minnesota<br />

<strong>Orchestra</strong> and Oslo Philharmonic; and<br />

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LA Variations at the LA Phil. He also conducts<br />

his own Pollux at the Helsinki Festival<br />

and Maggio Fiorentino, and his cello<br />

concerto on tour <strong>with</strong> the Philharmonia<br />

and at the Baltic Sea Festival, <strong>with</strong> Truls<br />

Mørk as soloist. Last year the New York<br />

Philharmonic and the Barbican Centre<br />

shaped their programming around <strong>Salonen</strong>’s<br />

music as part of his composer-inresidence<br />

in New York and a season-long<br />

<strong>Salonen</strong> focus in London.<br />

<strong>20</strong>18-19 sees <strong>Salonen</strong> conducting<br />

the Philharmonia <strong>Orchestra</strong> on tour<br />

across Europe, the US, and Asia. <strong>Salonen</strong><br />

will also direct a new Ivo Van Hove production<br />

of Weill’s Rise and Fall of the City<br />

of Mahagonny at the Aix-en-Provence<br />

Festival in summer <strong>20</strong>19. Recent years<br />

have seen <strong>Salonen</strong> experiment <strong>with</strong><br />

groundbreaking ways to present music,<br />

<strong>with</strong> the first major virtual-reality<br />

production from a UK symphony orchestra;<br />

the award-winning RE-RITE and<br />

Universe of Sound installations, and the<br />

much-hailed iPad app, <strong>The</strong> <strong>Orchestra</strong>.<br />

As the Music Director of the Los Angeles<br />

Philharmonic for 17 years, <strong>Salonen</strong><br />

is widely credited <strong>with</strong> revitalising the organization.<br />

He was instrumental in helping<br />

the orchestra to open Walt Disney<br />

Concert Hall; presided over countless<br />

premieres of contemporary work; began<br />

the <strong>Esa</strong>-<strong>Pekka</strong> <strong>Salonen</strong> Commissions<br />

Fund, and made the orchestra one of the<br />

best-attended and funded in the USA. In<br />

spring <strong>20</strong>19 he brings a series that he<br />

created at the Philharmonia to the LA<br />

Phil, presenting programmes of Stravinsky’s<br />

“Myths,” “Rituals,” and “Faith.”<br />

<strong>Salonen</strong> has an extensive and varied<br />

recording career. An album of Henri Dutilleux’s<br />

Correspondances, recorded <strong>with</strong><br />

the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio<br />

France in the presence of the composer,<br />

was released in <strong>20</strong>13 by Deutsche Grammophon<br />

on the composer’s 97th birthday.<br />

Also that year, Sony completed a<br />

project that began <strong>with</strong> <strong>Salonen</strong> and the<br />

LA Phil nearly 30 years before: a twodisc<br />

set of the orchestral works of Witold<br />

Lutosławski, released in what would<br />

have been the composer’s 100th year. An<br />

album of five of his orchestral works is<br />

available on Sony. <strong>Salonen</strong>’s most recent<br />

recordings include a disc of Stravinsky’s<br />

Persephone, released by Pentatone Music,<br />

and a 61-disc box set of all <strong>Salonen</strong>’s<br />

recordings for Sony. <strong>20</strong>19 sees a muchanticipated<br />

release for <strong>Salonen</strong>’s cello<br />

concerto for Yo-Yo Ma. n<br />

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ARNOLD<br />

SCHOENBERG<br />

Although Arnold Schoenberg and Anton<br />

Bruckner were born 50 years apart,<br />

only 16 years separate the two works on<br />

this program, and both of them were seen<br />

as controversially modern when new.<br />

Both works were the composer’s first major<br />

success. And while both works have<br />

strong roots in the influence of Richard<br />

Wagner and the belief that he pointed<br />

the way to music’s future, Schoenberg<br />

and Bruckner were influenced in widely<br />

different ways. Bruckner, a late but zealous<br />

convert to Wagnerism who met and<br />

idolized the man himself, adopted the<br />

gestures and stylistic features of Wagner’s<br />

grand style, even while completely<br />

avoiding Wagner’s chosen genre of music<br />

drama and holding fast to traditional<br />

tonality. Schoenberg, who was nine when<br />

Wagner died, grew up in a post-Wagnerian<br />

world and saw Tristan und Isolde as<br />

the work that burst the bounds of traditional<br />

tonality forever.<br />

Schoenberg was 25 when he composed<br />

the original string sextet version<br />

of Verklärte Nacht in late 1899. An acquaintance<br />

remembered that he wrote<br />

the entire work in three weeks that September,<br />

but Schoenberg’s manuscript is<br />

dated December 1, so the process likely<br />

occupied a few months.<br />

<strong>The</strong> tone poem takes its inspiration<br />

and its title from a poem in Richard<br />

Dehmel’s 1896 collection Weib und Welt<br />

(Woman and the World):<br />

Two people are walking through a<br />

bare, cold grove; the moon keeps pace<br />

<strong>with</strong> them; they peer at it. <strong>The</strong> moon<br />

moves along above tall oaks, no cloud<br />

obscures the sky’s light into which the<br />

black boughs reach. A woman’s voice<br />

speaks:<br />

“I am carrying a child, and not by you. I<br />

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am walking beside you in a state of sin.<br />

I offended greatly against myself. I had<br />

despaired of happiness, and yet still<br />

yearned strongly for something to fill<br />

my life, for a mother’s joy and duty; and<br />

so, shuddering, I yielded my sex to the<br />

embrace of a stranger, and even thought<br />

myself blessed. Now life has taken its revenge:<br />

now I have met you.”<br />

She walks on <strong>with</strong> awkward steps.<br />

She looks up; the moon keeps pace. Her<br />

dark gaze drowns in light. A man’s voice<br />

speaks:<br />

“Do not let the child you conceived burden<br />

your soul. See how brightly the universe<br />

shines! Everything around glows.<br />

You are floating <strong>with</strong> me on a cold sea,<br />

but there is the glow of an inner warmth<br />

from you in me, from me in you. That<br />

warmth will transfigure the stranger’s<br />

child, and you bear it me, as if begot by<br />

me. You have brought the glow into me,<br />

made me like a child.”<br />

He puts an arm about her strong hips.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir breath kisses in the air. Two people<br />

walk on through the high, bright night.<br />

What is lost on readers more than<br />

a century after the poem’s publication<br />

is its sheer impropriety. It completely rejects<br />

accepted the sexual morality of the<br />

last decades of Imperial Germany and<br />

Austria, and indeed Prussian authorities<br />

prosecuted Dehmel for obscenity and<br />

blasphemy, charging that in Weib und<br />

Welt he wrote of “extramarital sexual relations<br />

or perverse sexual inclinations.” He<br />

was acquitted because the court found<br />

the book to be “very heavy fare and suitable<br />

only for literary connoisseurs” who<br />

would be “fully aware of the author’s intent<br />

regarding the questionable passages<br />

and … not likely to interpret or perceive<br />

them as obscene.” Those sophisticates<br />

included most of the composers on the<br />

cutting edge of Germanic art music, including<br />

Schoenberg, Richard Strauss,<br />

Carl Orff, Kurt Weill, and Anton Webern, all<br />

of whom set Dehmel’s poems as songs.<br />

In 1912, Schoenberg wrote to<br />

Dehmel that his poems had “a decisive<br />

effect on my musical development.” He<br />

did not need to add that Verklärte Nacht<br />

had already had a decisive effect on his<br />

stature as a composer. <strong>The</strong> tone poem<br />

was controversial from the start (the Vienna<br />

Musical Society rejected it for performance,<br />

one member objecting that it<br />

contained a kind of inverted ninth chord<br />

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for which there was no formal description<br />

and therefore was officially nonexistant,<br />

and another complaining that<br />

its drifting chromatic tonality “sounded<br />

as if someone had smeared the score<br />

of Tristan und Isolde while it was still<br />

wet”) but after its 1902 Vienna premiere<br />

it quickly became the work that made<br />

Schoenberg’s name known. It remains<br />

his most popular work. Schoenberg created<br />

two string orchestra versions, one<br />

in 1917 and another in 1943.<br />

Dehmel attended the 1902 premiere<br />

and wrote to Schoenberg, “I had intended<br />

to follow the motives of my text in<br />

your composition, but soon forgot to do<br />

so, I was so enthralled by the music.” This<br />

is a fairly typical reaction to a first listening,<br />

because the half-hour-long composition<br />

is a vast expansion on a poem that<br />

can be recited in 90 seconds. <strong>The</strong> D Minor<br />

opening obviously depicts the night and<br />

the cold grove, and the D Major ending<br />

clearly invokes the shimmering, warmth<br />

and brightness in the text, but in between,<br />

trying to associate specific passages of<br />

the impassioned late-Romantic outpourings<br />

<strong>with</strong> any specific part of the text is<br />

more distracting than illuminating.<br />

ANTON<br />

BRUCKNER<br />

When he finished his seventh symphony<br />

in 1883, Anton Bruckner was 59<br />

and yet to make his mark as a composer.<br />

He had already <strong>with</strong>drawn two early<br />

symphonies, and each of his first five<br />

numbered symphonies had already been<br />

revised, or turned into alternative second<br />

versions. He wasn’t always the one doing<br />

the revising, for reasons having to do <strong>with</strong><br />

his personality and personal history.<br />

Statue of Anton Bruckner in the Stadtpark of Vienna<br />

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Bruckner had been born in a<br />

small village in Upper Austria, where his<br />

father was the schoolmaster and the<br />

church’s music director and organist.<br />

Bruckner was educated and trained to<br />

follow in his father’s footsteps, which he<br />

more or less did in a succession of jobs<br />

in villages and a prominent monastery in<br />

the area. He found ways to study music<br />

<strong>with</strong> capable teachers outside of work,<br />

and even after obtaining a prestigious<br />

job as cathedral organist at in Linz when<br />

he was 32, he continued <strong>with</strong> formal<br />

musical studies until he was nearly 40,<br />

when he finally began what he called his<br />

“composition period” at an age Schubert,<br />

Mendelssohn and Chopin never reached.<br />

At about the same time, he discovered<br />

Wagner’s operas and became a Wagner<br />

devotee.<br />

<strong>The</strong> humble, devout Catholic Bruckner,<br />

whose dress and manners marked<br />

him as a country bumpkin all his days,<br />

could scarcely have been more different<br />

from Wagner, a trailblazing artistic genius<br />

but a narcissistic bigot whose religion<br />

consisted mostly of himself. When<br />

Bruckner came to Vienna in 1868 to take<br />

up positions as a professor in the Conservatory<br />

and an organist in the Imperial<br />

Chapel, the support of the Wagnerians<br />

made him a target of prominent Vienna<br />

critics who detested Wagner, his music<br />

and his acolytes. So while Bruckner the<br />

organist became famous enough to go<br />

on tour to France and England, Bruckner<br />

the composer went nowhere. <strong>The</strong><br />

compositions that drew favorable attention<br />

were his liturgical works. He never<br />

stopped being a church musician, which<br />

may be why large stretches of his symphonies<br />

have a strongly hymnal quality.<br />

Some of his former students encouraged<br />

him to revise his symphonies, or<br />

did the revisions themselves. <strong>The</strong>ir goal<br />

was to make them more popular, but their<br />

means to that end often involved making<br />

them sound more like Wagner. <strong>The</strong> result<br />

is that for most of Bruckner’s symphonies,<br />

there is no definitive version, and a<br />

lot of debate about how an editor should<br />

arrive at a performing score.<br />

Bruckner was relatively confident<br />

about the seventh symphony, and its<br />

only significant issue is a cymbal crash/<br />

triangle roll at the climax of the second<br />

movement. It was not in Bruckner’s original<br />

score, but was suggested by his ex-<br />

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students and adopted by the conductor<br />

of the first performance, in Leipzig in<br />

1884. Most performances keep the cymbal<br />

and triangle at that spot, even though<br />

those two percussionists play nowhere<br />

else in the symphony.<br />

It was while Bruckner was composing<br />

the second movement in February<br />

1883 that he learned of Wagner’s death,<br />

and tradition has it that he turned the<br />

movement into a tribute to Wagner. It<br />

does mark the first appearance in any<br />

symphony of the “Wagner tuba,” a somewhat<br />

misnamed instrument that is essentially<br />

a horn <strong>with</strong> a wider bore and<br />

more open sound, often described as a<br />

middle ground between the horn’s tone<br />

and the trombones. <strong>The</strong> same description<br />

might apply to other brass instruments<br />

being developed in those early<br />

days of valved brasses (the euphonium,<br />

flugelhorn or saxhorn, for example), but<br />

the Wagner tuba, developed at Wagner’s<br />

request for his Ring cycle of operas, differs<br />

from them in being designed to be<br />

played by horn players, using the smaller<br />

horn mouthpiece. <strong>The</strong> four Wagner tubas<br />

play only in the second and fourth<br />

movements of this symphony. <strong>The</strong>y not<br />

only enhance the full sound of the orchestra,<br />

but also create a striking richness<br />

on their own or, as at the end of the<br />

second movement, in combination <strong>with</strong><br />

the horns and tuba.<br />

A crowing rooster is said to have<br />

given Bruckner the idea for the trumpet<br />

call that pervades the energetic third<br />

movement. <strong>The</strong> two outer movements<br />

are more siblings than cousins. <strong>The</strong> principal<br />

themes of both movements have<br />

a similar upward sweep, and indeed the<br />

opening theme of the first movement<br />

is echoed in the fanfares that close the<br />

symphony.<br />

Bruckner became so accustomed to<br />

failure in his adopted city that even after<br />

the Seventh Symphony had successful<br />

performances in Leipzig and Munich,<br />

he tried to discourage a performance in<br />

Vienna, afraid that the critical reception<br />

would derail the symphony’s journey<br />

into the repertoire. It didn’t. <strong>The</strong> symphony<br />

became Bruckner’s ticket to international<br />

recognition as a composer. n<br />

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© Camilla Greenwell<br />

Philharmonia<br />

<strong>Orchestra</strong><br />

US Tour Roster<br />

<strong>Esa</strong>-<strong>Pekka</strong> <strong>Salonen</strong><br />

Principal Conductor and Artistic Advisor<br />

1ST VIOLIN<br />

Zsolt-Tihamér Visontay<br />

Sarah Oates<br />

Fabrizio Falasca<br />

Eugene Lee<br />

Soong Choo<br />

Minhee Lee<br />

Eleanor Wilkinson<br />

Victoria Irish<br />

Adrián Varela<br />

Karin Tilch<br />

Lulu Fuller<br />

Erzsebet Racz<br />

Charlotte Reid<br />

Cassandra Hamilton<br />

Alessandro Cannizzaro<br />

Caroline Frenkel<br />

2ND VIOLIN<br />

Tamás Sándor<br />

Emily Davis<br />

Fiona Cornall<br />

Samantha Reagan<br />

Gideon Robinson<br />

Nuno Carapina<br />

Sophie Cameron<br />

Julian Milone<br />

Jan Regulski<br />

Susan Hedger<br />

Helen Cochrane<br />

Marina Gillam<br />

Teresa Pople<br />

Emma Oldfield<br />

VIOLA<br />

Yukiko Ogura<br />

Nicholas Bootiman<br />

Sylvain Séailles<br />

Cheremie Hamilton-Miller<br />

Carol Hultmark<br />

Michael Turner<br />

Gijs Kramers<br />

Linda Kidwell<br />

Stephanie Edmundson<br />

Ellen Blythe<br />

Rebecca Carrington<br />

Lucia Ortiz Sauco<br />

CELLO<br />

Timothy Walden<br />

Karen Stephenson<br />

Richard Birchall<br />

Eric Villeminey<br />

Anne Baker<br />

Ella Rundle<br />

Alexander Rolton<br />

Yaroslava Trofymchuk<br />

Miwa Rosso<br />

Tessa Seymour<br />

BASS<br />

Tim Gibbs ††<br />

Christian Geldsetzer<br />

Michael Fuller<br />

Gareth Sheppard<br />

Simon Oliver<br />

Josie Ellis<br />

Philip Nelson<br />

Mark O' Leary<br />

FLUTE<br />

Samuel Coles †<br />

June Scott<br />

Kristin Hammerseth<br />

ALTO FLUTE<br />

June Scott<br />

PICCOLO<br />

Keith Bragg †<br />

Kristin Hammerseth<br />

OBOE<br />

Tom Blomfield †<br />

Timothy Rundle ††<br />

Katherine Bryer<br />

COR ANGLAIS<br />

Jill Crowther †<br />

CLARINET<br />

Mark van de Wiel †<br />

Jennifer McLaren<br />

Jordan Black<br />

E FLAT CLARINET<br />

Jennifer McLaren<br />

BASS CLARINET<br />

Laurent Ben Slimane †<br />

CONTRA BASS<br />

CLARINET<br />

Laurent Ben Slimane †<br />

BASSOON<br />

Robin O'Neill †<br />

Shelly Organ<br />

Fraser Gordon<br />

CONTRA<br />

BASSOON<br />

Luke Whitehead<br />

Fraser Gordon<br />

HORN<br />

Nigel Black *<br />

Diego Incertis Sanchez<br />

Kira Doherty<br />

Alex Wide<br />

Carsten Williams<br />

Jonathan Maloney<br />

TRUMPET<br />

Jason Evans *<br />

Mark Calder *<br />

Alistair Mackie *<br />

OFF STAGE<br />

TRUMPETS<br />

Robert Farley †<br />

TROMBONE<br />

Byron Fulcher *<br />

Philip White<br />

BASS TROMBONE<br />

James Buckle<br />

TUBA<br />

Peter Smith<br />

WAGNER TUBA<br />

Diego Incertis Sanchez<br />

Richard Berry<br />

Jonathan Maloney<br />

Carsten Williams<br />

TIMPANI<br />

Antoine Siguré<br />

Elsa Bradley<br />

PERCUSSION<br />

Emmanuel Curt<br />

Paul Stoneman<br />

Peter Fry<br />

Kevin Hathway<br />

Elsa Bradley<br />

HARP<br />

Heidi Krutzen<br />

Stephanie Beck<br />

PIANO<br />

Alison Procter<br />

CELESTE<br />

Janet Simpson<br />

Alison Procter<br />

†† Professor at the Guildhall<br />

School of Music and<br />

Drama<br />

† Professor at the Royal Academy<br />

of Music<br />

* Professor at the Royal College<br />

of Music<br />

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© Felix Broede © Katherine Leedale © Katja Tähjä<br />

ADMINISTRATION<br />

Helen Sprott<br />

Managing Director<br />

Jennifer Pattison<br />

Head of Business Plan<br />

Implementation<br />

Position Vacant<br />

Executive Assistant to the<br />

Senior Management Team<br />

CONCERTS<br />

Fiona Martin<br />

Deputy Managing<br />

Director<br />

Jonathan Mayes<br />

Director, Residencies and<br />

Regional Programme<br />

Emily Granozio<br />

Manager, Recordings and<br />

Projects<br />

Gemma Charlton<br />

Tours and Projects<br />

Manager<br />

Jo Harvey<br />

Concerts and Projects<br />

Manager<br />

Juliette Reid<br />

Residencies and Projects<br />

Coordinator<br />

Ellie Phillips<br />

Concerts and Tours<br />

Assistant<br />

Melanie Sanders<br />

Personal Assistant to <strong>Esa</strong>-<br />

<strong>Pekka</strong> <strong>Salonen</strong><br />

Cath Welsby<br />

<strong>Orchestra</strong> Personnel<br />

Manager<br />

David Thomas<br />

Assistant <strong>Orchestra</strong><br />

Personnel Manager<br />

Martin Sargeson<br />

<strong>Orchestra</strong> Librarian<br />

Elliot Samphier<br />

Assistant <strong>Orchestra</strong><br />

Librarian and Auditions<br />

Administrator<br />

Nathan Lowis<br />

Stage / Transport<br />

Manager<br />

Barry Brown<br />

Assistant Stage /<br />

Transport Manager<br />

DEVELOPMENT<br />

Jonathan Kuhles<br />

Development Director<br />

Sarah Atkinson<br />

Head of Individual Giving<br />

Jennifer Pattison<br />

Head of Trusts and<br />

Foundations<br />

David Sutherland<br />

Corporate Partnerships<br />

Manager<br />

Patrick Reardon-Morgan<br />

Friends and Online Giving<br />

Manager<br />

Alice Macrae<br />

Partnerships and Events<br />

Coordinator<br />

Ben Carr<br />

Individual Giving Assistant<br />

Laura Furner<br />

Development Assistant<br />

MARKETING<br />

Tim Woodall<br />

Marketing Director<br />

Katie Vickers<br />

Marketing Manager<br />

Murray Goulstone<br />

Box Office Manager<br />

Emily McGroarty<br />

Marketing Manager,<br />

Residencies and<br />

Recordings<br />

Nikolaj Schubert<br />

Marketing and Press<br />

Coordinator<br />

Aleksandra Wysmyk<br />

Designer<br />

Lucy Breaks<br />

Programme Editor<br />

<strong>The</strong> Corner Shop<br />

PR Media Relations<br />

Consultant<br />

AUDIENCE<br />

DEVELOPMENT<br />

Tom Spurgin<br />

Audience Development<br />

Manager<br />

DIGITAL<br />

Thomas Gillet<br />

Head of Digital<br />

Luke Ritchie<br />

Head of Digital Innovation<br />

and Partnerships<br />

Marina Vidor<br />

Digital Producer<br />

William Gregg<br />

Developer<br />

Ash Brown<br />

Digital Production<br />

Manager<br />

EDUCATION<br />

Alexandra Brierley<br />

Director of Education<br />

Yasmin Hemmings<br />

Learning and Participation<br />

Producer<br />

Catherine Bullough<br />

Community and Outreach<br />

Manager<br />

Elisa Mare<br />

Education Assistant<br />

FINANCE<br />

John Whiterow<br />

Interim Finance Director<br />

and Company Secretary<br />

Francisca Onwuka<br />

Financial Controller<br />

Christina Macpherson<br />

Players' Fees<br />

Administrator<br />

Aneke De Sousa Caires<br />

Finance Officer<br />

PHILHARMONIA<br />

APPRENTICESHIP<br />

PROGRAMME<br />

Revell Dixon<br />

Digital and Education<br />

Projects Apprentice<br />

Luke Treherne<br />

Marketing and<br />

Fundraising Apprentice<br />

ARCHIVE<br />

Michael Hurwitz<br />

Archivist<br />

For Opus 3 Artists<br />

David V. Foster, President<br />

and CEO<br />

Leonard Stein, Senior<br />

Vice President, Director,<br />

Touring Division<br />

William Bowler, Manager,<br />

Artists & Attractions<br />

Tania Leong, Associate,<br />

Touring Division<br />

Irene Lönnblad, Tour<br />

Manager<br />

Thomas F. Eirman, Stage<br />

Manager<br />

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

Anne-Sophie Mutter<br />

<strong>Esa</strong>-<strong>Pekka</strong> <strong>Salonen</strong><br />

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

Community Arts String <strong>Orchestra</strong><br />

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 />

participate in CAMA’s historic Centennial Celebration.<br />

We are celebrating CAMA's Centennial by gratefully acknowledging donors who<br />

contribute during CAMA’s 100th and 101st Seasons. Contributions of $250 and<br />

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 />

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

Renée Fleming<br />

Michael Tilson Thomas<br />

André Previn<br />

London Philharmonic


Lisa-Marie MAzzucco photo<br />

“It’s always been a<br />

great 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 />

congratulations<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 Gatti<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 Slatkin<br />

Christian Tetzlaff<br />

Jean-Yves Thibaudet<br />

Chris Thile<br />

Michael Tilson Thomas<br />

Dawn Upshaw<br />

André Watts<br />

Pinchas Zukerman<br />

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

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 & Denny Bacon and <strong>The</strong> Becton Family Foundation<br />

<strong>The</strong> Elaine F. Stepanek Foundation<br />

CADENZA<br />

$100,000–$249,999<br />

Judith L. Hopkinson<br />

Samuel B. and Margaret C. Mosher Foundation<br />

Ed & Sue Birch / Robert & Christine Emmons<br />

SAGE Publishing<br />

George & Judy Writer<br />

RONDO<br />

$50,000–$99,999<br />

Anonymous<br />

Deborah & Peter Bertling<br />

NancyBell Coe & William Burke<br />

Lois Sandra Kroc<br />

Sara Miller McCune<br />

Jocelyne & William Meeker<br />

Mari & Hank Mitchel<br />

Bob & Val Montgomery<br />

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

Cumulative contributions of $50,000 and above during CAMA’s Centennial Seasons<br />

will include Centennial Circle membership.<br />

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CONCERTO<br />

$25,000–$49,999<br />

Marta Babson<br />

Suzanne & Russell Bock<br />

Meg & Dan Burnham<br />

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

Foundation<br />

<strong>The</strong> Walter J. & Holly O.<br />

Thomson Foundation<br />

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

Performing Arts<br />

Patricia Yzurdiaga<br />

SONATA<br />

$10,000–$24,999<br />

Anonymous<br />

Alison & Jan Bowlus<br />

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

Bridget Colleary<br />

George H. Griffiths and Olive<br />

J. Griffiths Charitable Fund<br />

Hollis Norris Fund<br />

Natalia & Michael Howe<br />

Ann Jackson Family<br />

Foundation<br />

Ellen & Peter Johnson<br />

Herbert & Elaine Kendall<br />

Kum Su Kim & John Perry<br />

Mary Lloyd & Kendall Mills<br />

Montecito Bank & Trust<br />

John & Ellen Pillsbury<br />

Anne Smith Towbes<br />

<strong>The</strong> Shanbrom Family<br />

Foundation<br />

Hubert Vos<br />

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

VIVACE<br />

$5,000–$9,999<br />

Anonymous<br />

Peggy & Kurt Anderson<br />

Elizabeth & Andrew Butcher<br />

Louise & Michael Caccese<br />

Stephen Cloud<br />

Edward DeLoreto<br />

Elizabeth Karlsberg &<br />

Jeff Young<br />

Jill Doré Kent<br />

ALLEGRO<br />

$2,500–$4,999<br />

Helene & Jerry Beaver<br />

Shelley & Mark Bookspan<br />

Bob Boghosian &<br />

Beth Gates Warren<br />

Suzanne & Peyton Bucy<br />

Roger & Sarah Chrisman, Schlinger<br />

Chrisman Foundation<br />

Fredericka & Dennis Emory<br />

Ronald & Rosalind A. Fendon<br />

Mary & Raymond Freeman<br />

Priscilla & Jason Gaines<br />

Dorothy & John Gardner<br />

Shirley Ann & James H. Hurley, Jr.<br />

William H. Kearns Foundation<br />

Connie & Richard Kennelly<br />

Mahri Kerley/Chaucer's Books<br />

Chris Lancashire &<br />

Catherine Gee<br />

Raye Haskell Melville<br />

Craig & Ellen Parton<br />

Irene & Robert Stone/Stone<br />

Family Foundation<br />

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

Winona Fund<br />

Lynn P. Kirst<br />

Lois Kroc<br />

Stefanie Lancaster Charitable<br />

Foundation<br />

MaryAnn Lange<br />

Shirley & Seymour Lehrer<br />

Dona & George McCauley<br />

Performing Arts Scholarship<br />

Foundation<br />

Diana & Roger Phillips<br />

Ann M. Picker<br />

Dorothy Roberts<br />

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

Judith F. Smith<br />

Carrie Towbes & John Lewis<br />

Steven Trueblood<br />

(Continued next page.)<br />

CAMA’s Centennial spans two concert seasons, <strong>20</strong>18/<strong>20</strong>19 and <strong>20</strong>19/<strong>20</strong><strong>20</strong>.<br />

<strong>The</strong> CAMA Board gratefully acknowledges and thanks the generosity of the<br />

CAMA community. Donor lists will be fully updated February <strong>20</strong>19.<br />

All cummulative donations 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) 276-8270.<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 />

Patricia 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 />

Katina Etsell<br />

Nancyann & Robert Failing<br />

Margo & Bob Feinberg<br />

Jill Felber<br />

Catherine 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 />

Kathryn 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 Matuszeski<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 />

Patti 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> Foundation<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,<br />

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

Esther & Tom Wachtell<br />

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

Sheila Wald<br />

Nick & Patty 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 />

Patricia & Richard Blake<br />

Edith M. Clark<br />

Lavelda & Lynn Clock<br />

Betsy & Kenneth Coates<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 />

Patriicia & William McKinnon<br />

Christine & James V. McNamara<br />

Andrew Mester<br />

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

<strong>The</strong> Minneapolis Foundation<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 />

Patricia & Robert Reid<br />

Rotary Club of Montecito Foundation, 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 Weatherford<br />

Grace & Edward Yoon<br />

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

CELEBRATING<br />

CAMA's CENTENNIAL<br />

by Hattie Beresford<br />

Celebrating CAMA’s Centennial<br />

commemorates the CAMA story<br />

<strong>with</strong> hundreds of images and engaging<br />

tales of the spectacular musical performances<br />

brought to the the stages of <strong>Santa</strong> <strong>Barbara</strong>’s concert halls.<br />

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

Arts Music Association 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 Great 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, Hattie 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 />

Elizabeth Eaton Burton, for the <strong>Santa</strong> <strong>Barbara</strong> Historical Museum. Her<br />

most recent book, <strong>The</strong> Way It Was: <strong>Santa</strong> <strong>Barbara</strong> Comes of Age, is a<br />

collection of a few of her nearly 300 articles written for the Journal.<br />

ON SALE NOW<br />

AT CHAUCER'S BOOKS<br />

$30.00 + tax<br />

CAMA AT THE GRANADA THEATRE - PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA<br />

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

CENTENNIAL<br />

BIRTHDAY BASH<br />

FREE TO THE COMMUNITY<br />

This event is made possible through the generous support of<br />

SAGE Publishing<br />

<strong>The</strong> Elaine F. Stepanek Foundation<br />

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

SUNKEN GARDENS<br />

at the <strong>Santa</strong> <strong>Barbara</strong> County Courthouse<br />

Sunday, May 19, <strong>20</strong>19<br />

1:00 PM–4:00 PM<br />

While this event is free and open to the public, for planning purposes we ask that you<br />

RSVP to events@camasb.org <strong>with</strong> the number in your party. Thank you!<br />

26 CENTENNIAL SEASON CELEBRATION


OUR BUSINESS PARTNERS<br />

Serving the public at the May 19 event!<br />

CAMA AT THE GRANADA THEATRE - PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA<br />

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MUSIC EDUCATION<br />

MUSIC EDUCATION PROGRAM<br />

$25,000 and above<br />

<strong>The</strong> Walter J. & Holly O. Thomson Foundation<br />

$10,000–$24,999<br />

Ms. Irene Stone/ Stone Family Foundation<br />

Mary Lloyd & Kendall Mills<br />

$1,000–$9,999<br />

CAMA Women's Board<br />

William H. Kearns Foundation<br />

Stefanie L. Lancaster Charitable Foundation<br />

Sara Miller McCune<br />

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

<strong>The</strong> Henry E. & Lola Monroe Foundation<br />

Performing Arts Scholarship Foundation<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 Foundation<br />

CAMA Education Endowment<br />

Fund Income<br />

$10,000 AND ABOVE William & Nancy Myers<br />

$1,000–$4,999 Linda Stafford Burrows –<br />

This opportunity to experience great musicians excelling is<br />

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

to continue her lifelong passion for enlightening young people<br />

through music and math.<br />

Kathryn 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 Foundation<br />

Marjorie S. Petersen<br />

In honor of<br />

Joan Crossland<br />

NancyBell Coe & Bill Burke<br />

Carolyn & Dennis Naiman<br />

Nancy Lynn<br />

Carolyn & Dennis Naiman<br />

David Malvinni<br />

Carolyn & Dennis Naiman<br />

Volunteer docents are trained by CAMA’s Education 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 at (805) 966-4324 for more information about the docent program.<br />

MEMORIAL GIFTS<br />

Dr. Robert Failing<br />

Mrs. Betty Meyer<br />

Dr. Walter Picker<br />

Ann M. Picker<br />

Tita Lanning<br />

Keith Mautino<br />

Jim Ryerson<br />

Christine Ryerson<br />

Sharon Felber Taylor<br />

Bridget Colleary<br />

Cornelia Chapman<br />

Ellicott Million<br />

Dr. Eric Boehm<br />

Judy Pochini<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 />

Sybil Mueller<br />

Lynn P. Kirst<br />

Dr. Robert Sinsheimer<br />

& Karen Sinsheimer<br />

Bob Boghosian &<br />

Beth Gates Warren<br />

Lynn R. Matteson<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 />

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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 />

<strong>20</strong>18/<strong>20</strong>19—CENTENNIAL SEASON<br />

Doors to <strong>The</strong> <strong>Granada</strong> <strong>The</strong>atre will open<br />

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

Lecture seating is limited to the first 100<br />

patrons. First come, first served.<br />

CAMA's Women's Board gratefully<br />

thanks the following supporters!<br />

Symphony Level $5,000<br />

Patricia Yzurdiaga<br />

Sonata 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 />

Ellen & Craig Parton<br />

Andre & Michele Saltoun<br />

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

Nancy & Byron Kent Wood<br />

April 5, <strong>20</strong>19<br />

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

ROYAL SCOTTISH NATIONAL<br />

ORCHESTRA<br />

THOMAS SØNDERGÅRD, CONDUCTOR<br />

<strong>The</strong> <strong>Granada</strong> <strong>The</strong>atre<br />

PRE-CONCERT LECTURE<br />

ROBERT KOENIG, Professor and Vice Chair,<br />

Department of Music, UC <strong>Santa</strong> <strong>Barbara</strong>.<br />

Lecture will begin at 7:00 PM; doors to <strong>The</strong> <strong>Granada</strong><br />

<strong>The</strong>atre will open for the lecture at 6:45 PM.<br />

Lecture seating is limited to the first 100 patrons.<br />

First come, first served.<br />

CAMA AT THE GRANADA THEATRE - PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA<br />

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MUSIC EDUCATION PROGRAM<br />

LIFETIME GIVING<br />

DIAMOND<br />

$500,000 and above<br />

Anonymous<br />

Bitsy & Denny Bacon and<br />

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

Suzanne & Russell Bock<br />

Linda Brown*<br />

<strong>The</strong> Andrew H. Burnett<br />

Foundation<br />

Esperia Foundation<br />

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

Foundation<br />

Judith L. Hopkinson<br />

Herbert & Elaine Kendall<br />

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

Mosher Foundation<br />

Sage Publications<br />

<strong>The</strong> Elaine F. Stepanek<br />

Foundation<br />

Michael Towbes/<strong>The</strong> Towbes<br />

Fund for the Performing Arts<br />

SAPPHIRE<br />

$250,000—$499,999<br />

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

Leni Fé Bland<br />

Sara Miller McCune<br />

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

Foundation<br />

Patricia & Joseph Yzurdiaga<br />

RUBY<br />

$100,000—$249,999<br />

Anonymous<br />

<strong>The</strong> Adams Family Foundation<br />

Joan C. Benson<br />

Deborah & Peter Bertling<br />

Virginia Castagnola-Hunter<br />

NancyBell Coe & William Burke<br />

Robert & Christine Emmons<br />

Mary & Raymond Freeman<br />

Raye & Melville H. Haskell, Jr.<br />

Hollis Norris Fund<br />

Dolores M. & Immanuel Hsu<br />

Shirley Ann & James H. Hurley, Jr.<br />

Ann Jackson Family Foundation<br />

Janet & Thomas Kelly/Winona<br />

Fund<br />

Shirley & Seymour Lehrer<br />

John & Lucy Lundegard<br />

Jocelyne & William Meeker<br />

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

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

Foundation<br />

Montecito Bank & Trust<br />

Bob & Val Montgomery<br />

Kathleen & John Moseley/<br />

<strong>The</strong> Nichols Foundation<br />

Nancy & William G. Myers<br />

Michele & Andre Saltoun<br />

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

Jan & John G. Severson<br />

Judith F. & Julian Smith<br />

Jeanne C. Thayer<br />

<strong>The</strong> Walter J. & Holly O.<br />

Thomson Foundation<br />

Union Bank<br />

Marilyn & H.Wallace Vandever<br />

<strong>The</strong> Wallis Foundation<br />

Nancy & Byron Kent Wood<br />

George & Judy Writer<br />

EMERALD<br />

$50,000—$99,999<br />

Anonymous<br />

Anonymous<br />

Anonymous<br />

Ruth Appleby<br />

Linda & Peter Beuret<br />

Edward & Sue Birch<br />

Dan & Meg Burnham<br />

Louise & Michael Caccese<br />

Jane & Jack Catlett<br />

Roger & Sarah Chrisman,<br />

Schlinger Chrisman Foundation<br />

Bridget & Robert Colleary<br />

Suzanne & Maurice Faulkner<br />

Arthur R. Gaudi<br />

Sherry & Robert Gilson<br />

George H. Griffiths and Olive J.<br />

Griffiths Charitable Fund<br />

Janette "Dotsy" Main Hellmann<br />

& Richard Hellmann<br />

Joanne C. Holderman<br />

Natalia & Michael Howe<br />

Hutton Parker Foundation<br />

Ellen & Peter Johnson<br />

Lynn P. Kirst & Lynn R. Matteson<br />

Lois Sandra Kroc<br />

Betty & Max Meyer<br />

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

Craig & Ellen Parton<br />

Austin H. Peck<br />

Performing Arts Scholarship<br />

Foundation<br />

Marjorie & Hugh Petersen/<br />

La Arcada Trust Corp<br />

Diana & Roger Phillips<br />

Kathryn H. Phillips<br />

<strong>The</strong>odore Plute & Larry Falxa<br />

Lady Leslie & Viscount Paul<br />

Ridley-Tree<br />

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

TOPAZ<br />

$25,000—$49,999<br />

<strong>Barbara</strong> & Edward Bakewell<br />

Helene & Jerry Beaver<br />

Bob Boghosian &<br />

Beth Gates Warren<br />

Alison & Jan Bowlus<br />

Helen & Andrew Burnett<br />

Elizabeth & Andrew Butcher<br />

Huguette Clark<br />

Cecelia & Leonard Dalsemer<br />

Edward DeLoreto and<br />

William DeLoreto<br />

Patricia & Larry Durham<br />

Nancyann & Robert Failing<br />

Priscilla & Jason Gaines<br />

Preston B. & Maurine M.<br />

Hotchkis Family Foundation<br />

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

Jewett Foundation<br />

Patricia Kaplan<br />

Elizabeth Karlsberg &<br />

Jeff Young<br />

William H. Kearns Foundation<br />

Jill Doré Kent<br />

30 CENTENNIAL SEASON CELEBRATION


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

Wyman Foundation<br />

Laura & Robert Kuhn<br />

Chris Lancashire & Catherine Gee<br />

Lillian & Jon Lovelace<br />

Leatrice & Eli Luria<br />

Marilyn & Frank Magid<br />

Ruth McEwen<br />

Frank McGinity<br />

Sheila Bourke McGinity<br />

Mary & James Morouse<br />

Pat Hitchcock O'Connell<br />

Efrem Ostrow Living Trust<br />

Outhwaite Foundation<br />

Carolyn & Ernest Panosian<br />

John & Ellen Pillsbury<br />

Mary Dell Pritzlaff & John Pritzlaff<br />

Mary Louise & Kenneth W. Riley<br />

<strong>The</strong> Shanbrom Family Foundation<br />

Anitra & Jack Sheen<br />

Linda Stafford Burrows<br />

Marion & William Stewart<br />

Irene & Robert Stone/Stone Family<br />

Foundation<br />

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

Foundation<br />

Ina & Martin Tornallyay<br />

Carol & Edward R. Valentine<br />

Susie & Hubert Vos<br />

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

Endowment Fund<br />

Marjorie K. & Roderick S. Webster<br />

Westmont College<br />

AMETHYST<br />

$10,000—$24,999<br />

Anonymous<br />

Rebecca & Peter Adams<br />

Christina & David Allison<br />

Peggy & Kurt Anderson<br />

Bernice & Mortimer Andron<br />

Sally & Robert Arthur<br />

Marta Babson<br />

Marjorie & J.W. Bailey<br />

Else Schilling Bard<br />

Joan C. Benson<br />

Leslie & Philip Bernstein<br />

Frank Blue & Lida Light Blue<br />

Toos & Erno Bonebakker<br />

<strong>The</strong> CAMA Fellows<br />

Margo & Charles Chapman<br />

Chubb Sovereign<br />

Carnzu A. Clark<br />

Nan Burns & Dr. Gregory Dahlen<br />

Karen Davidson, M.D.<br />

Fredericka & Dennis Emory<br />

Julie & William Esrey<br />

Ronald & Rosalind A. Fendon<br />

Audrey Hillman Fisher Foundation<br />

David W. Fritzen/DWF Magazines,<br />

DWF Media<br />

International<br />

Catherine H. Gainey<br />

Tish Gainey & Charles Roehm<br />

Dorothy & John Gardner<br />

Kay & Richard Glenn<br />

Corinna Gordon, Larry Dale Gordon<br />

Dorothy & Freeman Gosden<br />

Dianne & Robert S. Grant<br />

Beverly & Bruce Hanna<br />

Dolores & Robert Hanrahan<br />

Lorraine C. Hansen<br />

Margret & David F. Hart<br />

Betty & Stan Hatch<br />

Renee & Richard Hawley<br />

Ruth & Alan Heeger<br />

Karin Nelson & Eugene Hibbs/<br />

Maren Henle<br />

Mary & Campbell Holmes<br />

Elizabeth & Gary Johnson<br />

Glenn Jordan & Michael Stubbs<br />

Martha & Peter Karoff<br />

Mahri Kerley/Chaucer's Books<br />

Linda & Michael Keston<br />

Kum Su Kim<br />

Catherine Lloyd/Actief-cm, Inc.<br />

MaryAnn & Frederick Lange<br />

Dora Anne Little<br />

Cynthia Brown & Arthur Ludwig<br />

Leatrice Luria<br />

Ruth & John Matuszeski<br />

Keith Mautino<br />

Dona & George McCauley<br />

Jayne Menkemeller<br />

Sybil & Russell Mueller<br />

Myra & Spencer Nadler<br />

Fran & John Nielsen<br />

Joanne & Alden Orput<br />

Mr. & Mrs. Charles W. Partridge<br />

Performing Arts Scholarship<br />

Foundation<br />

Patricia & Carl Perry<br />

John Perry<br />

Justyn & Ray Person<br />

Susan & James Petrovich<br />

Anne & C.Wesley Poulson<br />

Susannah Rake<br />

Jaquelin & Frank Reed<br />

Jack Revoyr<br />

Betty & Don Richardson<br />

Grace Jones Richardson Trust<br />

Dorothy Roberts<br />

<strong>The</strong> Roberts Bros. Foundation<br />

Regina & Rick Roney<br />

Rebecca Ross<br />

Betty Barrett & John Saladino<br />

William E. Sanson<br />

Maryan & Richard Schall<br />

Nancy & William Schlosser<br />

Pat & Roby Scott<br />

Sally & Jan E.G. Smit<br />

Constance & C.Douglas Smith<br />

Betty J. Stephens<br />

Diane & Selby Sullivan<br />

<strong>The</strong> Godric Foundation<br />

Joseph Thomas<br />

Milan E. Timm<br />

Carrie Towbes & John Lewis<br />

Mark E. Trueblood<br />

Steven Trueblood<br />

Drs. Shirley & Kenneth Tucker<br />

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

Lisa Bjornsen Wolf &<br />

David Russell Wolf<br />

Ann & Dick Zylstra<br />

*promised<br />

As of February 14, <strong>20</strong>19<br />

CAMA AT THE GRANADA THEATRE - PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA<br />

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MUSIC EDUCATION PROGRAM<br />

BUSINESS SUPPORTERS<br />

We thank the many businesses that support<br />

CAMA's programs and events!<br />

Laurel Abbott, Berkshire<br />

Hathaway Luxury Properties<br />

Alma Rosa Winey<br />

American Riviera Bank<br />

Babcock Winery<br />

James P. Ballantine<br />

Belmond El Encanto<br />

Bertling Law Group<br />

Bibi Ji<br />

Black Sheep Restaurant<br />

Blue Star Parking<br />

Bon Fortune Style & Events<br />

Brander Vineyard<br />

Wes Bredall<br />

Heather Bryden<br />

Ca' Dario Ristorante<br />

Camerata Pacifica<br />

Casa Dorinda<br />

Cebada Wine<br />

C'est Cheese<br />

Chaucer's Books<br />

Chocolats du CaliBressan<br />

Chooket Patisserie<br />

Cottage Health System<br />

Custom Printing<br />

Eye Glass Factory<br />

Felici Events<br />

Finch & Fork<br />

First Republic Bank<br />

Flag Factory of<br />

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

Frequency Wine<br />

Gainey Vineyard<br />

Grace Design Associates<br />

Grassini Family Vineyards<br />

Grimm’s Bluff<br />

Colin Hayward/<br />

<strong>The</strong> Hayward Group<br />

Steven Handelman Studios<br />

Hogue & Company<br />

Holdren's Catering<br />

Indigo Interiors<br />

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

Islay A/V<br />

Jardesca<br />

Le Sorelle<br />

Lumen Wines<br />

Maravilla/Senior Resource<br />

Group<br />

Michael's Catering<br />

Microsoft® Corporation<br />

Mission Security<br />

Montecito Bank & Trust<br />

Montgomery Vineyard<br />

Northern Trust<br />

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

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

Oceania Cruises<br />

Olio e Limone/Olio Crudo<br />

Bar/Olio Pizzeria<br />

Opal Restaurant & Bar<br />

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

Pacific Coast Business Times<br />

Pali Wine Co.<br />

Peregrine Galleries<br />

Performing Arts Scholarship<br />

Foundation<br />

Pete Clements Catering<br />

Presqu’ile Winery<br />

Regent Seven Seas Cruises<br />

Renaud's Patisserie & Bistro<br />

Rose Story Farm<br />

Sabine Myers Design<br />

SAGE Publishing<br />

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

Society<br />

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

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

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

Stewart Fine Art<br />

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

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

UCSB Arts & Lectures<br />

Via Maestra 42<br />

Westmont <strong>Orchestra</strong>

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