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Season: ll3th
Concert: Third
Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan

UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY
NATIONAL SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Mstislav Rostropovich, Music Director and Conductor
Wendy Warner, Cellist
Saturday Evening, October 12, 1991, at 8:00 Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan
PROGRAM
Overture to La gazza ladra..................Rossini
Concerto in A minor for Cello and Orchestra, Op. 129 .... Schumann Nicht zu schnell (Not too quickly) Langsam (Slowly) Sehr lebhaft (Very lively)
Wendy Warner, Cellist INTERMISSION
Symphony No. 3 in E-flat major, "Eroica," Op. 55 ......Beethoven
Allegro con brio Marcia funebre: adagio assai Scherzo: allegro vivace Finale: allegro molto
This concert is made possible by a gift from the estate of William R. Kinney.
The pre-concert carillon recital was performed by Kathleen Beck Maly, a U-M School of Music graduate, currently
president of the Mid-Michigan Chapter of the National Society of Arts and Letters.
Northern Telecom is the sponsor of the National Symphony Orchestra's 1991 North American Tour.
The National Symphony Orchestra records for CBS Masterworks, Delos, Deutsche Grammophon, Erato, London,
and Sony Classical Records.
The box office in the outer lobby is open during intermission for tickets to upcoming Musical Society concerts.
Third Concert of the 113th Season
113th Annual Choral Union Series
Program Notes
Overture to "La gazza ladra" Gioachino Rossini (1792-1868)
The opera La gazza ladra ("The Thieving Magpie") was com?posed in 1817 and produced at La Scala, Milan, on May 31 of that year. Although Rossini was only 25 years old, it was his twentieth opera. It was the fourth of his works to receive a premiere at La Scala, but the first to enjoy success there. Its success, in fact, was enor?mous, but this opera, like almost all of Rossini's stage works except The Barber of Seville and La Cenerentola (both still earlier works, introduced in Rome in February 1816 and January 1817 respectively), virtually dis?appeared from the active repertoire at about the time of the composer's death. Such reviv?als as there were from time to time presented La gazza ladra in severely truncated form or in substantially recomposed versions such as the one by Riccardo Zandonai, who replaced much of Rossini's music with his own and changed features of the plot as well. When Alberto Zedda conducted the Rome Opera production using his own new critical edition in November 1973, it was the first time in a hundred years that the work was given as Rossini composed it.
The opera, which Rossini and his li?brettist Giovanni Gherardini designated a melodramma, is a serious work with comic touches in the first of its two acts (which, without cuts, are about as long as Die Walkiire). The plot was taken from a popular French play, La Pie voleuse, a tragedy in which a servant girl is tortured and executed for stealing a pearl necklace; only after her death a thunderbolt splits open a statue of Justice to reveal a magpie's nest, in which the thievish bird has sequestered the necklace. In the opera, the loot is a silver fork and spoon, and there is a happy ending: the firing squad shoots into the air, the discovery is made, and the townspeople celebrate the betrothal of the greatly beloved young heroine.
While the opera is seldom performed, the brilliant Overture has been a staple of the orchestral repertoire since it was first heard, and it surely contributed to the opera's initial success. The unprecedented idea of the two snare drums answering each other from dif-
ferent sides of the orchestra commanded at?tention, as Rossini knew it would, and the wonderful tunes (from a bass aria and a soprano-alto duet in Act II), the demanding writing for the winds (the horns in particu?lar), and the famous "Rossini crescendo" combined with it to make an irresistible package.
It was irresistible at the premiere to everyone but one young man, a student conductor, who was so outraged by the use of the two snare drums that he set out to do Rossini in with a stiletto. Rossini calmed him by giving his solemn word never to do it again. It was a promise he had probably made to himself when he finished the score, since he knew it was the uniqueness of the effect that made it so stunning, and that the impact would only be diluted if he were to use it again.
Cello Concerto in A minor, Op. 129
Robert Schumann (1810-1856)
When Schumann arrived in Diisseldorf to take up his duties as music director on September 2, 1850, he was filled with ideas for new compositions as well as enthusiasm for his new responsibilities. He began composing his Cello Concerto on October 10, and went at it with such vigor that he had the full score completed in two weeks. On the same day Schumann completed this score, he con?ducted the first concert of his new subscrip?tion series, with his wife Clara as soloist, and barely more than a week after that he began sketching his Rhenish Symphony, which was completed in December and performed the following February. The Cello Concerto was not heard until four years after Schumann's death; it was introduced on June 9, 1860, in a series of concerts at the Leipzig Conserva?tory celebrating the 50th anniversary of his birth. (Ludwig Ebert was the soloist on that occasion.)
Schumann had his reasons for with?holding this work and was, in fact, still going over it early in 1854, during the first stages of the breakdown that led to his confinement. At that time, he took out the still unpub?lished score and began making corrections -
an effort that, according to Clara, "seemed to relieve him somewhat." One might well imagine that immersion in this music would have such an effect, for it is not only lyrical in character but brimming over with song, at once sweetly elegiac and restorative.
It might be noted in this context that Schumann apparently had an affection for the cello -a sympathetic response to the in?strument's character and capacities for expres?sion -second only to his feelings for the piano among all the instruments for which he wrote. This is apparent throughout his cham?ber music (particularly in the Quartet in F major, Op. 41, No. 2, and both the Quartet, Op. 47, and the beloved Quintet, Op. 44, for piano and strings), and in such orchestral works as the Piano Concerto and the Third and Fourth symphonies.
The Concerto is in three movements, but because there are no breaks between them, and because material from the opening one returns in the finale, the work is some?times described as being in a single movement (with clearly discernible sections). The very vagueness of the form is somehow consonant with the spontaneity of expression one feels in the music. The three movements are not simply played without pause, but are linked together by a recitative-like bridge passage based on the "motto" theme enunciated in the work's opening, which also returns in fragmented form in the finale and in its original form in the only cadenza, near the end.
There is little of the conventional con?certo feeling about this work. For all the demands it makes on the soloist, it is not so much a display piece as a vehicle for Schumann's own characteristic expressive?ness, even in the passages filled with double-stops. The intimate give-and-take of chamber music here takes the place of anything resem?bling traditional contrast or struggle between soloist and orchestra, though the former is always firmly in the center of the action.
The first two movements are especially songful, and there is a particularly imagina?tive touch in the second, a very Schumann-esque romance in which the soloist's phrases are answered by a solo cello in the orchestra. The finale is a vigorous rondo that provides the most effective contrast with the preceding movements; here, there is another original touch in the form of an accompanied cadenza,
an innovation virtually without precedent in Schumann's time.
Symphony No3 in E-flat major,
"Eroica," Op. 55
Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)
Beethoven was profoundly affected by demonstrations of idealism and heroism; Fidelio is the very sort of opera we would expect from him, and we can understand his un?characteristic gesture of refusing payment for his music for Goethe's Egmont. He was moved by reports of the heroic death of the British General Abercrombie in the Battle of Alex?andria in 1798 and by other military events in that dramatic period, and he was impressed most of all by the young Corsican (only a year older than himself), who had become First Consul of the French Republic. In Napoleon, he saw the liberator of the downtrodden, the destroyer of oppression and class distinctions, the driving force for a democratic Europe. In 1801, Beethoven became a frequent visitor to the French embassy in Vienna and got to know the young ambassador, General Jean Baptiste Bernadotte, who was an active music-lover. (The violinist Rodolphe Kreutzer, whose name was to become at?tached to Beethoven's best-known violin so?nata, was a member of Bernadotte's retinue.) It was Bernadotte, who subsequently became King Charles XIV of Sweden who suggested to Beethoven that he compose a large-scale work in honor of Napoleon, and it was in that context that Beethoven undertook this unprecedentedly grand symphony.
In 1803, Beethoven expressed his hope that Napoleon would accept the dedication of the score, and declared that, regardless of that decision, it would bear the title Bona?parte. When he learned in May 1804, how?ever, that Napoleon had crowned himself Emperor, his disillusionment was volcanic; within moments of receiving the news he reached for the score of his new symphony, literally tore through the paper in expunging the title Bonaparte, and in its place inscribed: "Sinfonia eroica, composta per festeggiare il sowenire d'un gran uomo" -"Heroic Sym?phony, composed to celebrate the memory of a great man." The music itself, of course, remained unchanged, its real impetus having been Beethoven's own idealism, the concept of heroism as he perceived it.
Beethoven's original intention was to open the Symphony with the statement of the principal theme (which happens to have turned up in the tiny overture the 12-year-old Mozart wrote for his opera Bastien und Bastienne, two years before Beethoven was born); he added the two crashing chords as a prefactory gesture in an inspired afterthought once the movement was completed. There are no fewer than five additional themes in this movement, all of them similarly simple and spare, all similarly effective in evoking an impression of vigor and breadth combined. The elaborate embellishments with which the principal theme is adorned in some of its reappearances may be a sort of throwback to Beethoven the brilliant keyboard improviser; the variation principle, in any event, is at least hinted at, if not directly approached, even this early in the work. The jarring discords at pivotal points and the so-called "false entry" of the horn initiating the reca?pitulation were unimaginably novel and, in fact, rather daring when this work was first heard; the latter touch was regarded as a "mistake" by conservative musicians, and as late as the 1890s some conductors were moved to "correct" this "misjudgment" on Beethoven's part.
Whether or not Beethoven was origi?nally moved to compose a funeral march by the death of General Abercrombie, he found a ready model in the form of the funeral march in the opera Achilles by Ferninando Paer (whose Leonora preceded Beethoven's own operatic treatment of the same story by a year or so). The great double fugue, whose climactic threnody for the horns turns lament into exaltation, grandly rejects any attempt to affix any individual's name, but it must be acknowledged that when Beethoven received the news of Napoleon's death in 1821, he remarked: "I composed the music for that sad event some 17 years ago."
After the sustained tension of the huge first and second movements, respite is af?forded in the scherzo, described by Tovey as "the first in which Beethoven fully attained Haydn's desire to replace the minuet by something on a scale comparable to the rest of a great symphony." While the tension is reduced here, the sheer vigor of the music's drive is unremitting and occasionally explo?sive. The three horns make a stunning effect in the trio, with a few deft strokes raising the level from one of bucolic bustle to one
consonant with the work's title. Both sections are said to have roots in Austrian folk music.
A symphonic finale in variation form was rather a novelty in Beethoven's time (and continued to be much later, for that matter), but here that form seems an inspired choice for a grand summing-up, and the theme chosen for the occasion is one not merely "recycled" from Beethoven's own earlier music, but especially appropriate for its per?sonal significance. He used it originally as the seventh in a set of 12 Concredanses, composed in 1801, and in the same year used it again in the finale of his ballet The Creatures of Prometheus. By the time he made his third use of this theme, in the Piano Variations in E-flat, Op. 35, he had already sketched the final movement of the Eroica, which, follow?ing grandly dramatic opening gesture, begins just as the piano work does, with the theme at first only hinted at with a playful statement of its bass pattern alone. Once the theme itself enters, however, the treatment is utterly different, commencing with fugue and con?cluding with a magnificent coda that manages to incorporate both intimacy and proclama-tive grandeur.
While Napoleon changed the face of Europe, Beethoven, in this work brought about because of Napoleon, thoroughly re?vised all earlier notions of what a symphony ought to be. It is fitting that his personal signature, in the form of his agreeable little dance tune with its "Promethean" connota?tion, survived the change of title.
-Program Notes by Richard Freed
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About the Artists
The National Symphony Orches?tra is now in its 61st season, and its 15th season under music di?rector Mstislav Rostropovich. The Orchestra's reputation has risen steadily throughout his leadership and now is generally acknowledged to be one of America's finest orchestras. Highlights of re?cent seasons include the Orchestra's first trip to the U.S.S.R., marking Rostropovich's re?turn after 16 years of exile. The National Symphony has earned praise across the coun?try and around the world for its numerous other tours, as well as for its seasons at home. As the orchestra of the capital of the United States, it regularly participates in events of national and international importance.
The National Symphony Orchestra is the artistic affiliate of the nation's center for the performing arts, the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, James D. Wolfensohn, chairman. The Center is a liv?ing presidential memorial mandated by
Congress to present and produce the finest performing arts from this country and abroad while encouraging an audience from the wid?est possible population. The National Sym?phony Orchestra is a key element in the fulfillment of that mandate, through both its Washington area concerts and projects -including classical, and pops concerts, an extensive educational program, regular broad?casts and recordings, and a commissioning program for the creation of American orches?tral works -and its 20 tours on four conti?nents under Rostropovich's direction. Through its ongoing relationship with the Orchestra, the Center supports all National Symphony Orchestra activities at home and abroad.
The National Symphony Orchestra re?turns this evening for its third Ann Arbor concert. Previous appearances were in March 1959 under the baton of Howard Mitchell and in 1985 with Maestro Rostropovich.
Three Days in August 1991 ...
A year and a half after his triumphant return to Russia with the National Symphony Orchestra, Mstislav Rostropovich recently made another trip to Moscow, this one precipitated by the monumental political crisis in his homeland. In Paris when the news of the coup broke, Rostropovich joined his compatriots at the first available moment. He shares those three days in the following account.
On August 20th, I arrived in Moscow on Aeroflot in order to join my people in their opposition to the junta, which had come to power in order to plunge the country into a nightmare of communist dictatorship. I went straighr from the airport to the Building of the Russian Supreme Soviet, where I spent the first twenty-three and a half hours. Then, after a three-hour break, I went back and spent the next night and day there. Upon my arrival at the Supreme Soviet Building, I realized th;ir our belief in victory was not unconditional, since we all understood that the enormous military machine of the army, the KGB, and the militia could wipe from the face of the earth more than just this building, surrounded as it was by several tens of thousands of defenders. I can attest to the fact that everyone I met was ready to go to his death rather than surrender. This is true both of the people who were guarding the building outside as well as those who were inside, where we received non-stop information about the movements and numbers of military vehicles that were moving towards the White House. By intercepting radio communications from the other side, we also learned the exact time of the attack. Our contact with the outside world was cut. Our only contact with the defenders of the building was by means of loudspeakers. A medium wave radio transmitter sent .a signal that could be heard by Muscovites. We were cut off from TV and central radio, which broadcast only instructions of the junta.
Immediately upon my arrival, I was assigned an armed bodyguard, who was instructed not to shoot in the event that soldiers attacked the building, so as not to draw their fire. For the rest of my life I will never forget the atmosphere both inside and outside the building. In the Russian White House, we also received information about those who had voluntarily come over to our side. There were many cases of whole units refusing to attack us. That is why the time of the attack kept changing. Inside the building, we heard shooting and the noise of approaching tanks. We were given information from various sources about cities, regions, and whole republics that supported us unconditionally. That gave us more and more confidence, and on August 22 that confidence became unshakeable. In the crowd, even at the most difficult moments, a few minutes before an expected attack, you could feel the decisiveness and discipline. Yeltsin's group was firmly in charge of the opposition. With his confidence, energy, and oratorical talent, Yeltsin took over the leadership of the vast majority of the entire country and is now the undeniable leader of the Soviet Union.
For me, those three days spent in my country with my people at that most critical time were the best days of my life. I got to know the people from whom I was separated 17 years ago, and especially, I got to know the younger generation, which I had not known until now. I spent time with them, inside the building and out, and talked with groups of people who were expecting an attack, or, more accurately, death. The vast majority were young people, young people who did not want to give away the first gains of democracy. They were filled with determination and hope for the future, and I am certain that in their drive towards freedom they are unconquerable. I returned to Paris on August 23 with great pride in my countrymen.
-M. Rostropovich, August 26, 1991 Translated from the Russian by Mary Patzer
The current season marks Mstislav Rostropovich's 15th season with the National Symphony Orches?tra, making his leadership among the longest and most impressive of current music directors of major American orchestras. During his tenure, the Orchestra has been distinguished by constant growth in both artistry and reputation.
Major achievements during his tenure with the National Symphony Orchestra in?clude: extensive touring of the United States and abroad, several critically acclaimed re?cordings, seven years of nationally broadcast concerts (the first in the Orchestra's history), and several televised concerts, all leading to greatly enhanced national and international recognition of the National Symphony Orchestra's artistry. Under Maestro Rostro?povich's guidance, the Orchestra has commis?sioned works by some of the world's most distinguished composers and has begun, with the Sidney L. Hechinger Foundation, a com?missioning project designed to create new orchestral works, with special encouragement given to American composers. The first of the Hechinger commissions, Stephen Albert's symphony RiverRun, won the 1985 Pulitzer Prize for Music. For his many achievements, but particularly for accomplishments with the National Symphony, Maestro Rostropovich was named Musical America's 1987 Musician of the Year.
The year 1990 saw a burgeoning of the National Symphony's international reputa?tion under Rostropovich's direction. High?lights included the National Symphony's first tour to the U.S.S.R., a triumphant vindica?tion for Rostropovich. It was his efforts on behalf of humanitarian causes (particularly his defense of dissident author Alexander Solzhenitsyn) that caused Maestro Rostro?povich to be exiled from the U.S.S.R. in 1974. His return to his native land was covered by the world's media. The same year also marked the Orchestra's third tour of Japan, as well as four recording releases. One, the complete Boris Godunov, was nominated for a Grammy for Best Opera Recording.
Maestro Rostropovich's personal career is extraordinary and has been distinguished by an enviable diversity, bringing him recog?nition as conductor, cellist, and pianist; as one of today's most important catalysts for the creation of contemporary music; and as one of the world's most outspoken defenders of
human rights. His 60th birthday was cele?brated with gala concerts and festivals in Washington, New York, Boston, Paris, Lon?don, and Tokyo, as well as a musical cruise in the Mediterranean. Among the recent accolades that have been showered upon him are Knight Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, Officer's Cross of the Order of Merit of West Germany, Commander of France's Legion of Honor, membership in the Academy of Arts of the French Institute, often called "the Forty Im?mortals," and, from the United States, the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
Maestro Rostropovich's career as a con?ductor began in the Soviet Union in 1961. He was active in this capacity throughout the U.S.S.R. and Eastern Europe for many years before making his United States conducting debut in 1975. On October 4, 1977, he became music director of the National Sym?phony Orchestra, which today has taken a place among America's finest orchestras, a fact largely attributed to his leadership. Crit?ics on four continents have praised the "transformation" of the National Symphony during his tenure.
As cellist, Maestro Rostropovich's art?istry has been recognized for five decades. Considered by many to be the world's greatest living cellist, he has recorded virtually the entire cello repertoire and has inspired some
of this era's finest composers to create works especially for him.
As pianist, Maestro Rostropovich has often accompanied his wife, the acclaimed soprano Galina Vishnevskaya, in recital. His extensive discography also includes many per?formances in that role, and together they have toured the globe.
In all his performing areas, Maestro Rostropovich has been one of today's most positive forces for the creation of contempo?rary music. The list of those who have written for him is enormous, including Shostakovich, Prokofiev, Britten, and Bernstein. Through his inspiration, the existing solo cello reper?toire has been vastly increased. As conductor and as cellist, he is viewed as a leading interpreter of the works of Shostakovich and Prokofiev, with whom he shared personal as well as professional relationships. He also had a close association with Benjamin Britten, and was for many years an artistic director of the Aldeburgh Festival. Currently he is pres?ident of the Evian Festival in France.
Maestro Rostropovich's musicianship has earned him numerous awards. His record?ings have brought him the world's most coveted recording prizes, including the Grammy Award and the Grand Prix du Dis-que. He holds more than 30 honorary de?grees, and 18 different nations have lavished more than 60 major awards upon him. Prior to leaving the U.S.S.R. in 1974 on an exit visa, he had received the Stalin Prize, had been named a People's Artist of the U.S.S.R., and was a recipient of the Lenin Prize, the nation's highest prize. At the Moscow Conservatory he taught for 26 years, and at the Leningrad Conservatory for seven. At the latter institution he was made Honor?ary Professor.
Maestro Rostropovich has given many performances in support of humanitarian ef?forts around the world. Among his many recent benefit concerts were five perfor?mances in Europe and the United States to aid the Armenian earthquake relief efforts. In recognition of his services to human rights, Maestro Rostropovich received the 1974 An?nual Award of the International League of Human Rights and the 1985 Albert Schweitzer Award.
In Ann Arhor, Mstislav Rostropovich has shared his artistry with concertgoers on numerous occasions. He first appeared in 1965 as cello soloist with the Moscow Phil?harmonic, followed by a 1967 May Festival performance with The Philadelphia Orches?tra. Cello recitals followed in 1972, 1975, 1980, and 1983. In 1975, he was both con?ductor and soloist in a benefit concert for the Musical Society and the School of Music, and his most recent appearance was in 1985, conducting the National Symphony Orches?tra.
Wendy Warner made her professional debut with the National Symphony Orchestra a year ago and was shortly thereafter re?engaged for this North American tour. She had previously attracted regional and national attention with her astonishing record of com?petition successes, usually in fields of older contestants. Among these contests were the Chicago Symphony Orchestra's Illinois Young Performers Competition, leading to television appearances with that orchestra at age 14 and again at 16, and first prizes in the national competitions sponsored by the Chi?cago Violoncello Society, General Mo?torsSeventeen Magazine, the American String Teachers Association, and the Julius Stulberg Foundation.
The climax of Ms. Warner's competi?tion achievements came in November 1990, when she won first prize in the Fourth Inter?national Rostropovich Competition in Paris, where she was one of the youngest contestants in a field ranging up to age 33. In May of this year, Warner was awarded a prestigious Avery Fisher Career Grant.
Now 19 years old, Wendy Warner began playing the cello at the age of six. She studied with Nell Novak at the Music Center of the North Shore in Winnetka, Illinois, from age seven through her high school years. Currently in her second year at the Curtis Institute of Music, she is a student of National Symphony Orchestra music director Mstislav Rostropovich, assisted by Glenn Garlick, a member of the Orchestra's cello section.
Her current season engagements in?clude appearances with the Chicago Sym?phony, Bamherg Symphony (a ten-concert tour of Germany, led by Rostropovich), French Radio Philharmonic Orchestra, and other orchestras in Illinois, Arizona, and Montana.
Wendy Warner now makes her Ann Arbor debut with Maestro Rostropovich and the National Symphony.
The William R. Kinney Endowment
The University Musical Society has established an endowment in the name of the late William R. Kinney through the generous bequest in excess of a quarter of a million dollars from the longtime Ann Arbor resident and concengoer. Reflecting Mr. Kinney's keen interest in and enjoyment of UMS presentations through the years, a concert will be funded annually in his name, beginning this evening with the National Symphony Orchestra conducted by Mstislav Rostropovich.
Mr. Kinney will also be honored posthumously by the Burton Tower Society, an organization created by the Musical Society to recognize those who provide future support for the Musical Society through their trusts, wilb, estates, and insurance plans. Such an expression assures future audiences the same musical experiences that have enriched the lives of Ann Arbor area concertgoers for 112 years.
National Symphony Orchestra
MSTISLAV ROSTROPOVICH, Music Director RANDALL CRAIG FLEISCHER, Affiliate ArtistNational Endowment for the Arts Conductor
Violins________________
William Sleek, Concertmaster, David Lloyd Kreeger Chair
Elisabeth Adkins, Assoc. Concertmaster, Cissy Patterson Chair
Ricardo Cyncynatcs, Asst. Concertmaster
Samuel Levy
Ralph Pfisler
William Haroutounian
Edwin Johonnott
Luis Haza
Vernon Summers
Holly Hamilton
Hyun-Woo Kim
Linda Schroeder
George Marsh
Jane Bowyer Stewart
Dennis Piwowarski
Teri C. Lee
Charles Welherbee,
Principal William Bruni Janet Perry Jacqueline Anderson Sheldon Lampert Kathleen
Hinlon-Braaten Charlotte Davis Paramore James Carter Desimonl Alston Perry Holley Bryan Johnson Lev Pekarsky Peter P. Haase Pavel Pekarsky
Violas_________________
Roberto Diaz,
Principal,
Mrs. John Dimick Chair William Foster
Assi. Principal Ramon Scavelli Carlos Quian Murray Labman Cynthia Jane Kitt Lynne Edelson Levine Denise Wilkinson James Francis Eric deWaardt Nancy Dinner Yun-Jic Liu
Cellos_________________
John Martin, Principal,
Hans Kindler Chair, The Strong Family and the Hailie M. Strong Foundation
David Hardy, Assoc. Principal
Robert Blalt
Janet Frank
Frederick Zenone
David Howard
Loran D. Stephenson
Yvonne Caruthers
Glenn Garlick
Steven A. Honigberg
David Teie
James Lee
Basses________________
Harold H. Robinson,
Principal,
The Mars Family and
Mars Foundation Chair Robert J. Oppelt,'
Asst. Principal Donald Havas Edward Skidmore Richard Webster Albert Webster William Vaughan Curtis Burris Dennis C. Roy T.Alan Stewart"
Harp_________________
Dotian Levalier, Principal,
Frank R. & Margaret G. JelleffChair
Caroline Gregg
Flutes_________________
Toshiko Kohno,
Principal,
Mrs. Demarest Lloyd
Chair Thomas Perazzoli,
Asst. Principal Alice Kogan Wcinrcb
Carol Bean, Piccolo
Oboes_________________
Rudolph Vrbsky,
Principal,
TheWomen's
Committee Chair Carol Stcphcnson,
Asst. Principal William Wiclgus Richard While
English Horn
Clarinets______________
Loren Kilt,
Principal Michael Rusinek William R. Wright
E-flat Clarinet Lawrence Bocaner
Bass Clarinet
Bassoons_______________
Kenneth Pasmanick,
Principal Linda Harwell,
Asst. Principal Truman Harris Lewis Lipnick,
Contrabassoon
Horns_________________
Edwin Thaycr,
Principal,
National Trustees' Chair
Laurel Benncrt Ohlson,
Associate Principal Sylvia Alimcna David Whaley Daniel Carter Scott Fearing
Trumpets______________
Steven Hcndrickson, Principal,
Howard Mitchell Chair, The Strong Family and the Hattie M. Strong Foundation
Adel Sanchez, Asst. Principal
David Flowers
Keith Jones
Trombones_____________
Milton Stevens, Principal
John R. Huling,
Asst. Principal James Kraft Matthew Guilford
Bass Trombone
Tuba__________________
David L. Bragunier, Principal
Timpani_______________
Fred Begun,
Principal,
Marion E. Glover Chair Charles Wilkinson,
Asst. Principal,
Percussion
Percussion_____________
F. Anthony Ames, Principal, The Hechinger Foundation Chair Kenneth Harbison,
Asst. Principal Albert Merz
Keyboard______________
Lambert Orkis, Principal
Organ_________________
William Neil
Personnel Manager David L. Bragunier
Assistant Personnel
Manager_____________
Janet Perry
Assistant to the Personnel Manager Laura Bligh
Stage Manager_________
B. Joel King
Librarians____________
MarciaGittinger,
Librarian Kristi Sloniger,
Assistant Librarian
The National Symphony Orchestra uses a system of revolving strings. In each string section, unfilled members are listed in order of length of service. 'Regularly Engaged Extra Musician "Orchestra Fellow, Music Assistance Fund "'Leave of Absence
National Symphony Orchestra Association Board of Directors
OFFICERS
Mr. Albert J. Beveridge III, President
Mr. Daniel K. Mayers, Immediate Past President
Mr. F. David Fowler, Vice PresidentTreasurer
Mrs. John E. Chapoton, Vice PresidentChairman of the
Executive Committee Mrs. Vernon E. Jordan, Jr., Secretary Mr. C. Victor Raiser II, General Counsel Mrs. Mary P. Marsh, Assistant Secretary
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Composed of the officers of the Association, honorary vice presidents, members-al-large and the following: Mr. Henry StrongMr. Christopher Wolf Cochairmen, Development Committee Mr. Mandell J. Ourisman, Chairman, Endowment Committee Mr. Austin H. Kiplinger, Chairman, Nominating Committee Mrs. Leonard L. Silverstein, Chairman, Special Events Mrs. Harold W. Roher, President, Women's Committee
HONORARY VICE PRESIDENTS
Mrs. Raymond E. Cox Mrs. Jouett Shouse
DIRECTORS EMERITUS
Mrs. Cyrus S. Ching Mrs. C. Leslie Glenn Mrs. Eugene H. Rietzke
DIRECTORS
(in addition to officers, members of executive committee, and directors emeritus)
Mrs. John R. Alison Mr. Robert W. Alvord Mrs. Calvin B. Andringa Mrs. Robert Muse Bass Mrs. Theodore C. Bcdwcll, Jr. Mrs. Howard M. Bender Mrs. Caryl S. Bernstein Mr. Norman Bernstein Mrs. Christopher T. Bever The Honorable Livingston L.
Biddle, Jr.
Mrs. Donald A. Brown The Honorable Harold Brown Mrs. Charles A. Camalier, Jr. Mrs. A. James Clark Mrs. Jeannine Smith Qark Mr. Melvin S. Cohen The Honorable William T.
Colcman, Jr. Mrs. Thomas L. Craven Mr. Sheldon W. Fantle Mr. Thomas H. Ferguson Mrs. Robert T. Foley
Mrs. Nancy M. Folger
Mr. J. Edward Fowler
Mr. John G. Fox
Mrs. Melvin Gclman
Mr. Elliott S. Hall
The Honorable Sidney Harman
Dr. Anne Renouf Hcadley
Mrs. John W. Hcchinger
Mrs. Sophocles A. Hero
Mrs. Lcamon G. Holliman
Mrs. Hadlai A. Hull
The Honorable Paul R. Ignatius'
Mr. Peter E. Kaplan
Mrs. Hans A. Klagsbrunn
Mr. Samuel Lehrman
Mrs. John A. Logan
Mr. Charles T. Manatt
Mrs. Richard E. Marriott
Mrs. Virginia C. Mars
Mrs. George C. McGhce
Mrs. Dorothy Pierce McSweeny
Mrs. Pat Munroe
Evelyn Stcfansson Nef
Mrs. Roger A. Ncuhoff Mr. William A. Nitzc Mr. Gerson Nordlinger, Jr. Mr. Peter F. Nostrand Ms. Stephanie M. Phillipps Mrs. Charles E. Phillips Mrs. Stephen W. Porter Mr. Walter I. Pozcn Mr. Thomas J. Quiglcy Mrs. Henry Reich Mrs. Robert M. Roscnthal The Honorable Leonard L.
Silverstcin Mr. Albert H. Small The Honorable Roger L. Stevens Mr. W. Reid Thompson Mrs. Wynani D. Vanderpool, Jr. Mr. Henry J. Werronen Mr. John R. Worthington Mr. Sidney S. Zlotnick
'Executive Committee member-at-large
National Symphony Orchestra Association National Trustees
The National Trustees are an important resource for the National Symphony Orchestra. They offer counsel and guidance to the Board of Directors of the Association in matters regarding the national and international scope of the Orchestra's activities. Additionally, their financial participation assists the Orchestra's education program, projects, and national and international touring programs.
OFFICERS___________________________________________________________________________
Chairman: Mr. Noel Levine, New York
Vice Chairman: Mr. Charles Wohlstetter, New York
President: Mrs. Arnold Schwartz, Connecticut
Vice President: Mrs. Bertram W. Klein, Kentucky
Secretary: Mr. Gene A. Burns, New Jersey
Treasurer: Mr. William A. Penner, Illinois
Board of Directors Liaisons with Trustees: Mrs. Dorothy Pierce McSweeny
Mrs. Stephen W. Porter TRUSTEES
Mrs. Mary K. Abercrombie, Idaho Mrs. William 0. Bailey, Connecticut Mr. George L. Ball.Atov York Mr. Gerald T. Ball, Georgia Mr. Robert Muse Bass, Texas Mrs. Thomas M. Beck, Idaho The Honorable William E. Brock
III, Washington, DC Mrs. John H. Bryan, Jr., Illinois Mrs. James H. Clement, Texas Mrs. Tatiana B. Copeland, Delaware The Honorable Shelby Cullom
Davis, New York Mr. Marvin R. Engel, A labama Mrs. George R. Farrell, Florida Mrs. Robert W. Galvin, Illinois Mr. Jerry D. Gcisl, New Mexico Mrs. Patti H. Gerber, Illinois Mrs. Kenneth R. Giddens, Alabama
Mr. Richard N. Goldman, California Mr. Hairy E. Gould, Jr., New York Mr. Christopher B. Hemmeier,
California
Ms. Marift Hernandez, New York' Mrs. Charles W. Hoppe, New York Mrs. Fitzgerald S. Hudson, North
Carolina
Mrs. Henri Keyzer-Andre, Florida Mrs. Henry L. Kimelman, Virgin
Islands
Mrs. Norman V. Kinsey, Louisiana Mr. Allen D. Kohl, California Ms. Isabelle Leeds, New York Mrs. Herbert D. Mendel, Michigan Mr. Russell R. Miller Mrs. Robert A. G. Monks, Maine The Honorable Lillian Nicolosi
NaU, Nevada
Mr. William J. Poorvu,
Massachusetts Mrs. Chesley Pruet, Arkansas Miss Marilyn J. Robinson, Arizona Mr. Philip E. Rollhaus, Illinois Lady Blanka Roscnsticl, Virginia Mr. Paul C. Schorr III, Nebraska Mr. S. Joel Schur, New Jersey Mrs. Frank E. Scott,Nevada Mr. Victor N. Shafferman, New York Mr. R. L. Sias, Oklahoma Mrs. Lewis L. Strauss, Virginia Mrs. Caspar W. Weinberger, Maine Mr. Von H. Whitby, Utah Ms. Lynn Wolfson, Florida Dr. Omar Zawawi, Oman
Executive committee member-at-large
National Symphony Orchestra Tour Staff
Stephen Klein, Executive Director Richard B. Hancock, General Manager
Steven Aberg, Director of Operations
Marc Breslaw, Director of Development
Nadya Efremov, Executive Assistant to the Music Director
Patricia O'Kelly, Managing Director of Media Relations
Thank You Encore!
The much needed and greatly appreciated gifts of our Encore members make great music happen.
The list below includes individuals who have donated to the University Musical Society from July, 1990 through September 3, 1991. If you should notice an error or omission, we sincerely apologize, and would appreciate a call at your earliest convenience (747-1178).
The University Musical Society would also like to thank those generous donors who wish to remain anonymous.
Individuals
BRAVO SOCIETY
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Estate of William R. Kinney
Herbert Sloan
CONCERT MASTER
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Aldrich Herb and Carol Amster Wilma Steketee-Bean Dr. and Mrs. James H. Botsford Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Brauer, Jr. Carol and Irving Smokier Dr. and Mrs. Harry A. Towsley Ron and Eileen Weiser
LEADER
Catherine S. Arcure
Mary Steffek Blaske and Thomas
H. Blaske
Margaret and Douglas Crary Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Evans Ken, Penny and Matt Fischer John and Esther Floyd Dale and Marilyn Fosdick Mr. and Mrs. Edward P. Frohlich Mr. and Mrs. Howard S. Holmes Pat and Kathy Long Sally and William C. Martin Mr. and Mrs. Roger Maugh Paul and Ruth McCracken Dr. and Mrs. Joe D. Morris John and Dorothy Reed David T. Simmons Michael B. Staebler and Rebecca
McGowan
Mr. and Mrs. John C. Stegeman Mary and Ron Vandenbelt Marina and Robert Whitman Paul and Elizabeth Yhouse
GUARANTOR
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny W. Barfield
P.E. Bennett
Richard S. Berger
Maurice and Linda Binkow
Mr. and Mrs. E. Robert Blaske
Daniel T. Carroll and Julie A.C. Virgo
Mr. and Mrs. John Alden Clark
Mr. and Mrs. David S. Clyde
Mr. and Mrs. Roland J. Cole
H. Richard and Florence Crane
Dennis Dahlmann
Jack and Alice Dobson
William T. Dobson and Mary Hunter
Dobson
Martin and Rosalie Edwards Mrs. George H. Forsyth Mr and Mrs. Edward O. Gilbert Mr. and Mrs. Britton L Gordon Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Graham Miss Dorothy Greenwald Judith A. Heekin Robert and Joan Howe James R and Millie Irwin Richard and Nancy Judge Thomas E. and Shirley Y. Kauper Elizabeth E. Kennedy Alexander Krezel Richard C. and Jacqueline Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Carl J. Lutkehaus, Jr. David W. McComb Ted McOmber Mr. and Mrs. Cruse W. Moss William R and Joan J. Olsen Mr. and Mrs. Charles Overberger William and Mary Palmer Mr. Randolph Paschke Dory and John Paul Maxine and Wilbur K. Pierpont Tom and Mary Printing Mr. and Mrs. Gail W. Rector Ginny and Ray Reilly Mary Caroline Rottschafer Mr. and Mrs. Harold Y. Sakoda Gary and Carren Sandall Richard and Norma Sams Paul and Betty Snearline Gerard H. and Colleen Spencer Dr. Hildreth H. Spencer Dr. and Mrs. Jeoffrey K. Stross Maya Savarino and Raymond Tamer Mr. and Mrs. Robert R Tisch Jerrold G. Utsler, M.D. Dr. and Mrs. Francis V. Viola III Mr. and Mrs. Theodor R Von
Voightlander
Mr. and Mrs. Marc von Wyss Martha Wallace and Dennis White Dr. and Mrs. Andrew S. Watson Jerry and Elise Weisbach Shelly F.Williams Len and Maggie Wolin
SPONSOR
Dr. and Mrs. Gerald D. Abrams
Gardner and Bonnie Ackley
William ]. Adams
Gigi and Tim Andresen
Bob and Martha Ause
Bradford and Lydia Bates
Mr. Hilbert Beyer
Howard and Margaret Bond
Charles and Linda Borgsdorf
Allen and Veronica Britton
David and Sharon Brooks
Drs. Susan S. and Wesley M. Brown
Mrs. Wellington R. Burt
Jean M. and Kenneth L. Casey
Leon and Heidi Cohan
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Conger
Katharine and Jon Cosovich
Dr. and Mrs. Ronald Cresswell
Ray and Eleanor Cross
Dr. and Mrs. Preston V. Dilts, Jr.
Colby and John C. Duffendack
Mr. Greg Fenerli
Anne and James Ford
Dr. and Mrs. William L Fox
Judy and Richard Fry
Harriet and Daniel Fusfeld
Henry and Beverly Gershowitz
Elmer G. Gilbert and Lois M. Verbrugge
William and Ruth Gilkey
Drs. Sid Gilman and Carol G. Barbour
Fred and Joyce Ginsberg
Jerry and Mary K. Gray
Seymour D. Greenstone
Carl E. and Julia H. Guldberg
Marcia and John Hall
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer F. Hamel
Harlan and Anne Hatcher
Debbie and Norman Herbert
Mr. and Mrs. William B. Holmes
Dr. and Mrs. Verne L. Hoshal, Jr.
Drs. Linda Samuelson and Joel Howell
Ralph and Del Hulett
Ke'ki and Alice Irani
Gretchen and John Jackson
Keith and Kay Jensen
David and Sally Kennedy
Mrs. Edith Staebler Kempf
Howard King and Elizabeth Sayre-King
Barbara and Charles Krause
Mr. and Mrs. Lee E. Landes
Professor and Mrs. John C. Lee
Carolyn and Paul Lichter
Dean S. Louis, MD.
Dr. and Mrs. Edwin L. Marcus
Jack and Joanne Martin
Larry and Rowena Matthews
Mr. and Mrs. John M. McCollum
Charlotte McGeoch
Richard and Elizabeth McLearv
Robert and Doris Melting
Dr. Barry Miller
M. Haskell and Jan Barney Newman
Marylen and Harold Oberman
Dr. and Mrs. T. N. T. Olson
Mr. R.V. Palmer
Lorraine B. Phillips
Mai. Gen. and Mrs. Robert R. Ploger
USA (ret)
P.M. and E.W. Pollack William and Christine Price Elisabeth J. Rees
Dr. and Mrs. Rudolph E. Reichert Clenda Renwick Mr. H. Robert Reynolds William and Katherine Ribbens Mr. and Mrs. Stephen J. Rogers Amnon and Prudence Rosenthal Mrs. Bernard J. Rowan Mrs. Richard C. Schneider Julianne and Michael Shea Constance Sherman Mrs. Charles A. Sink Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Sprecher Neil and Bumette Staebler Mr. Thomas D. Steiger Victor and Marlene Stoeffler Mrs. John D. Stoner Elizabeth L Stranahan Edward Surovell and Natalie Lacy Dr. and Mrs. E. Thurston Thieme Mrs. Mischa Titiev Jonathan Trobe and Joan Lowenstein Mr. and Mrs. Herbert H. Upton, Jr. Joyce A. Wahr
Dr. and Mrs. Philip C. Warren Robert O. and Darragh H. Weisman Brymer and Ruth Williams Thomas and Iva Wilson Dr. and Mrs. S. B. Winslow Mr. R. Roger and Bette F. Zauel Martin and Nancy Zimmerman Mr. and Mrs. Ronald G. Zollars Pinchas Zukerman
BENEFACTOR
Armand and Marilyn Abramson
Bernard and Raquel Agranoff
Mr. and Mrs. Roy I. Albert
Judith Dow and Robert Alexander
Anne and George Amendt
Joan and David Anderson
David Andrea
Bert and Pat Armstrong
Mr and Mrs. Max K. Aupperle
Jean and Gaylord Baker
M. A. Baranowski
Mr. and Mrs. Cyril H. Barnes, Jr.
Donald C. Bamette, Jr.
Dr. and Mrs. Mason Barr, Jr.
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Bartlett
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond O. Bassler
Hermann and Hella Baumann
Neal Bedford and Gerlinda Melchiori
Henry J. Bednarz
Mary-Martha and William Beierwaltes
Dr. and Mrs. Rodney R. Bentz
Ruth Ann and Stuart J. Bergstein
Raymond and Janet Bernreuter Mr. and Mrs. Philip C. Berry Suzanne A. and Frederick J. Beutler Carl and Pauline Binder Steve Binder
James and Virginia Birchler Elizabeth S. Bishop Visvaldis Biss Bob and Liz Bitterman C. John Blankley and Maureen F. Foley Professor H. Harlan Bloomer Mr. and Mrs. Milford Boersma Ruth and Jay Bolt Sue and Bob Bonfield Edward and Ruth Bordin William Brashear Ruth and Jay Bolt Ernie and Betsy Brater Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bridges Norman and Doreen Bristol Helen L. Brokaw Hugh C. and Ella M. Brown Jeannine and Robert Buchanan Steve Buchbinder Laurence and Valerie Bullen Arthur and Alice Burks Helen S. Butz Jean W. Campbell Charles and Martha Cannell Mr. and Mrs. David Caplan Bruce and Jean Carlson Professor Brice Camahan Mr. and Mrs. Roy A. Carpenter Mr. and Mrs. Tsun Chang Mr. and Mrs. Raymond S. Chase Joan and Mark Chesler David Chivas Maurice and Margo Cohen John and Penelope Collins Kenneth Collinson Wayne and Melinda Colquitt Mr. William V.Coltre Anne M. and Edward J. Comeau Gordon and Marjorie Comfort Alfred and Georgia Conard M.C. Conroy
James and Constance Cook Lolagene C. Coombs Gage R. Cooper Alan and Bette Cotzin Clifford and Laura Craig Richard and Penny Crawford Pedro and Carol Cuatrecasas Dean and Mrs. John D'Arms Peter and Susan Darrow Jane and Gawaine Dart Dr. and Mrs. Charles Davenport Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Davenport Roy C. and Donna B. Davis Ronald and Dolores Dawson James M. Deimen Elena and Nicholas Delbanco EUwood and Michele Den-Judy and Steve Dobson Mrs. Carl T. Doman Dr. and Mrs. Edward F. Domino William Gould and Katherine Keene Dow
Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Dunham
Charles and Dorothy Dybvig
Evelyn Eccles, M.D.
Kenneth C. and Kathryn E. Eckerd
Charles and Julia Eisendrath
Emil and Joan Engel
David and Lynn Engelbert
Barry and Joyce Eisenstein
Mark and Patricia Enns
Dr. Stewart Epstein
Adele Ewell
Daniel and Judith Fall
Claudine Farrand and Daniel Moerman
Dr. and Mrs. Stefan S. Fasans
Dr. and Mrs. John A. Faulkner
Inka and David Felbeck
Dr. and Mrs. Irving Feller
Dr. James F. Filgas
Sidney and Jean Fine
Sally Fink and Stephen Josephson
Mrs. Gerald J. Fischer
Ray and Patricia Fitzgerald
Mr. and Mrs. Robben Fleming
Dr. and Mrs. George W. Ford
Phyllis Foster
Ronald and Deborah Freedman
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas D. Freeth
Victor and Marilyn G. Gallatin
Mr. and Mrs. Garnet R. Garrison
Rosemary and Wood Geist
Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Gelehrter
Beverly and Gerson Geltner
Mr. and Mrs. Clement Gill
James and Janet Gilsdorf
Paul and Anne Glendon
Melvyn and Muriel Gluckman
Dr. Alexander Gotz
Mrs. William Grabb
Ruth B. and Edward M. Gramlich
Whit and Svea Gray
Dr. and Mrs. John F. Greden
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Green
Sharon and Lazar Greenfield
Louise and Bill Gregory
Donald and Elizabeth Gresch
John R. and Helen K. Griffith
Werner H.Grilk
Don P. Haefner and Cynthia J. Stewart
Harry L. and Mary L. Hallock
Mrs. Robert Hamilton
Mr. and Mrs. Walter F. Hamilton, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harris
HughLHarsha
Clifford and Alice Hart
Harold and Anne L. Haugh
Douglas A. and Anne M. Hayes
Kenneth and Jeanne Heininger
Fred and Joyce Hershenson
Dr. Bertram Herzog
Herb and Dee Hildebrandt
Ms. Barbara Hill
Charles and Virginia Hills
Maurice B. Hodges
Louise Hodgson
Robert and Frances Hoffman
John and Maurita Holland
Mrs. Janet Woods Hoobler
Mr. and Mrs. Zoltan L. Hotvath
Mrs. Teresa Huang
Mrs. V. C. Hubbs
Edward E. Hucke
Ray and Jude Huetteman
Frederick G. L. Huetwell
Mrs. George R. Hunsche
Mr. and Mrs. David D. Hunting, Jr.
Patricia and John Huntington
Ann K. Irish
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Israel
John and Joan Jackson
Donald E. Jahncke
Mr. and Mrs. Emil H. Jebe
Wallie and Janet Jeffries
Paul D. Johnson
Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Jones
James J. Judson
Cynthia Kabza and Robert Vercruysse
Robert L. and Beatrice H. Kahn
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kallewaard
Dr. and Mrs. Mark S. Kaminski
Elizabeth Harwood Katz
Mr. Herbert Katz
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Katz
Anna M. Kauper
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Kellman
Mary L. Kemme
John B. Kennard, Jr.
Richard and Ann Kennedy
Emily and Ted Kennedy
Mr. Richard E. King
Dr. and Mrs. Costas Kleanthous
Dr. David E. and Heidi Casdeman Klein
Mrs. Karl S. Klicka
Hermine R. Klingler
Mr. and Mrs. A. William Klinke II
Carolyn and Jim Knake Masato and Koko Koreeda Dimitri and Suzanne Kosacheff Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kowaleski Christopher J. Kresge Alan and Jean Krisch John A. and Justine Krsul Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kulka Barbara and Michael Kusisto Mae and Arthur Lanski Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Lapeza Dorothy and John Lapp George A. Lavoie John K. Lawrence Fred and Ethel Lee Prof, and Mrs. John C. Lee John and Ann Leidy Mr. and Mrs. Fernando S. Leon Professor and Mrs. Harold M. Levinson Allen Lichter and Karen Eve Simon Jody and Leo Lighthammer Vi-Cheng and Hsi-Yen Liu Harold J. Lockett, MD. Mr. and Mrs. David G. Loesel Leslie and Susan Loomans Dr. Robert G. Lovell Robert and Pamela Ludolph Lawrence N. Lup Edward and Barbara Lynn Brigitte and Paul J. Maassen
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen G. Maggio
Virginia Mahle
Alan and Carla Mandel
James and Ingrid Martin
Marilyn Mason
Margaret Massialas
Mr. Don Mathison
Mrs. Lawrence Maugh
Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. May, Jr.
Martha Mayo and Irwin J. Goldstein
Margaret and Harris McClamroch
Mrs. Lester McCoy
W. Bruce and Mary McCuaig
Griff and Pat McDonald
Mr. F. N. McOmber
Martha and Dady Mehta
Robert and Doris Melling
Ann and Robert Meredith
Herman and Bemice Merte, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Metzger
Mr. and Mrs. Francis L Michaels
Dr. and Mrs. Leo J. Miedler
Mrs. Vaden W. Miles
H. Dean and Dolores H. Millard
George Miller
Jack and Carmen Miller
James M. Miller
Dr. and Mrs. James C. Mitchiner
C. Richard and Sharon Molenaar
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Monaghan
Dr. and Mrs. Richard A. Morin
Dr. Eva L Mueller
Frederick C. Neidhardt and Germaine
Chipault Ms. Lois Nelson Sarah Winans Newman Virginia and Gordon Nordby Frederick Odell, Jr., M.D. Lois and Michel Oksenberg Nels and Mary Olson Dr. and Mrs. Mark B. Orringer Mr. and Mrs. David W. Osier John and Fenny Owen Richard and Miranda Pao Colonel and Mrs. Clare Passink Elizabeth and Beverly Payne Professor and Mrs. J. Raymond Pearson Mr. and Mrs. Frederick R. Pickard Mr. and Mrs. William Pierce Stephen and Tina Pollock Mr. and Mrs. L Norris Post Cynthia and Roger Postmus Philip and Kathleen Power Lawrence and Ann Preuss Jerry Pryor
Hugo and Sharon L. Quiroz (Catherine R. Reebel Jim and Bonnie Reece La Vonne and Gary Reed Donald H. Regan and Ms. Elizabeth
R. Axelson
Dr. and Mrs. Richard D. Remington Duane and Katie Renken William and Mary Pvevelli Paul Rice
Jack and Margaret Ricketts Tom and Sally Roach
Stephen and Sara Rogers
Mary R. Romig-de Young
Robert and Joan Rosenblum
Gay and George C. Rosenwald
Daria A. Rothe
Dr. Nathaniel H. Rowe
Theodore and Joan Sachs
Jerome and Lee Ann Salle
Dr. and Mrs. Albert J. Sayed
Mr. and Mrs. Allan Schenck
Dr. and Mrs. John E. Schenk
Andy Achenbaum and Mary Schieve
Dr. and Mrs. David W. Schmidt
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Schmidt
G. M. and M.F. Schmit
Charles and Meeyung Schmitter
Charlene and Carl Schmult
Dr. and Mrs. David Schottenfeld
Hollis and Martha Showalter
Drs. David and Monica Schteingart
Mi. and Mrs. Edwin Schultz
JohnJ. H. Schwarz,M.D.
Harriet and Marvin Selin
Janet C Sell
Richard and Susan Shackson
Michael and Janet Shatusky
Victoria Sheagren
George and Gladys Shirley
Hollis and Martha Showalter
Edward and Marilyn Sichler
George and Helen Siedel
lima J. Sklenar and Robert John Sklenar
Mr. and Mrs. Cail R. Smith
Mr. and Mis. Robert W. Smith
Dr. and Mrs. William R. Solomon
Renate and Richard Soulen
Neil and Bumette Staebler
E. Uoyd and Theodore J. St. Antoine
Betty M. Stark
Mrs. Ralph Steffek
Kenneth and Edith Stephanz
Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Strasius
James R. and Jeraldine M. Suits
Mr. and Mrs. J. Wilner Sundelson
Steven and Mary Swanson
Dr. Jean K. Takeuchi
Gerald W. and Susan J. Tarpley
Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Teeter
James L. and Ann Telfer
Scott Bennett Terrill
Richard and Yvonne Teske
George and Mary Tewksbury
Mary H. Thieme
John and Ann Treat
Paul and Barbara Trudgen
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Turner
Mr. and Mrs. Alvan Uhle
Dr. and Mrs. John F. Ullrich
Donald and Wendy Urquhart
Madeleine Vallier
Jack and Marilyn van der Velde
Bram and Lia Van Leer
Fred and Carole van Reesema
Dr. Dedof von Berg
Warren H. and Florence S. Wagner
Bruce and Raven Wallace
Karl and Karen Weick
Lawrence A. Weis and Sheila Johnson
Angela and Lyndon Welch
Mr. and Mrs. B. Joseph White
Janet F. White
Dr. and Mrs. Max Wicha
Marion T. Wirick
Dr. Grant J. Withey
Noreen Ferris and Mark Wolcott
Dr. and Mrs. Ira S. Wollner
Colonel and Mrs. Ernest A.H. Woodman
Richard and Dixie Woods
Patricia A. Woodworth
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Wooll
Stan and Pris Woollams
Charles R. and Jean L. Wright
Phyllis Wright
Dr. and Mrs. Clyde Wu
Mr. Donald W. Wyche
Leslie and Tadataka Yamada
Mr. and Mrs. A. Michael Young
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin H. Young
PATRON
Victor Adamo
Barbara and Jim Adams
Tim and Leah Adams
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon E. Allardyce
Forrest Alter
Mr. and Mrs. David Aminorf
Harlene and Henry Appelman
Dr. and Mrs. Allan A. Ash
Nancy and Eric M. Aupperle
Dr. and Mrs. Noyes L Avery
Shirley and Donald Axon
Jerald and Virginia Bachman
Robert L. Baird
James R. and Lisa Baker
Barbara and Daniel Balbach
Ms. Gwendolyn L. Ball
Andrea and Simon Bare
Gail Davis Barnes
Dr. Ruth M. Barnard
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Bartholomy
Gail Bauer
Dr. and Mrs. Jere M. Bauer
Susan Bay
Mr. Ralph Beebe
Robert B. Beers
Soly S. Bencuya
Harry and Betty Benford
Ronald and Linda Benson
Helen V. Berg
Reuben and Barbara Levin Bergman
Mr. and Mrs. S.E. Berki
Dr. and Mrs. Gerald Berlin
Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Bemhardt
Dr. and Mrs. John C. Bilello
Mr. and Mrs. Guido A. Binda
Joan and Howard Binkow
John E. Bloom
Dr. and Mrs. Lynn W. Blunt
Beverly J. Bole
Robert and Sharon Bordeau
Gil and Mona Borlaza
Thomas Brewer
Caesar and Luan Briefer
Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Briggs
Dr. and M15. William D. Briggs
Judge Kenneth Bronson
Dr. and Mrs. Arch Brown
Donald R. and June C. Brown
Ms. Michelle A. Brown
Morton B. and Raya Brown
Sylvia C. Brown
Dr. Joachim Bruhn
Mrs. Webster Brumbaugh
John H. and Barbara Everitt Bryant
Mrs. Hempstead S. Bull
Sibyl Burling
Marjorie H. Bumell
Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Burstein
Marilyn Buss
Letitia J. Byrd
Mrs. Theodore Cage
Dr. and Mrs. Darrell A. Campbell
Ms. Margot Campos
Brad Canale
Isabelle Carduner
Jim and Prisdlla Carlson
Jeannette and Robert I. Carr
Dr. and Mrs. James T. Cassidy
Mary and David Chambers
Ms. Kathran Chan
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas G. Chapekis, Sr.
J. Wehrley and Patricia Chapman
Ms. Linda Chatters
Jean Chenoweth
Dr. Kyung and Young Cho
Prof, and Mrs. Donald Cleveland
Eric Coates
Mrs. Bennett J. Cohen
Blanche Cohen
Howard and Vivian Cole
Mr. Donald A. Collins
Jeffrey and Cynthia Colton
Mr. and Mrs. L Thomas Conlin
Sandra S. Connellan
Bill and Bonnie Coombe
Robert and Charlotte Copp
Dr. and Mrs. Arnold G. Coran
Marjorie A. Cramer
Dr. Mary C. Crichton
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cross
Jean and James I. Crump
Roger A. and Elizabeth E. Cunningham
Audrey and Edward Curtis
Mr. Orien Dalley
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Damschroder
Paul and Mary Ellen Danos
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. Davidge
James A. Davies
Dr. and Mrs. James H. Davis
Philip C. Davis
Ms. Pamela M. Day
Jean and John Debbink
Ferol and H.T. Decker
Dr. and Mrs. Raymond F. Decker
Mildred F. Denecke
Robert K. nd Annie C. Denison
Benning and Elizabeth Dexter
Robert and Linda Diebold, Jr.
Nelson and Eleanor Dingle
Ms. Delia DiPietro
Douglas and Ruth Doane
Dr. and Mrs. Edward R. Doezema
Thomas and Esther Donahue
Dr. and Mrs. Steven Donn
Dick and Jane Dorr
Eugene and Elizabeth Douvan
Roland and Diane Drayson
Allan and Cecilia Dreyfuss
Dr. and Mrs. Howard V. Dubin
Nancy Griffin DuBois
Ivan and Betty Anne Duff
Rhetaugh G. Dumas
Richard F. Dunn
Morgan and Sally Edwards
Dr. Alan S. Eiser
Judge and Mrs. S.J. Elden
Mrs. Genevieve Ely
Mackenzie and Marcia Endo
Mr. William Ensminger
Dr. and Mrs. J.L. Epstein
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Erb
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Eschman
Joel L. Evilsizer
Karen and Mark Falahee
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Michael and Ann Feeney
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Phil and Phyllis Fellin
Mrs. Carl H. Fischer
Charles and Mary Jane Fisher
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin J. Flamenbaum
Stephen and Suzanne Fleming
Jennifer and Guillermo Flores
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Fontheim
David A. Fox and Paula L Bockenstedt
Mr. and Mrs. Howard P. Fox
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Marion L Beam
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ADP Network
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Bryant Air ConditioningJoe Sera Builders Heating SupplyDoug Beerens Brenda Briest Casher Conrad Cannon
Carpenters Local 512Edwin Nyhus Celotex CorpVGary M. Draisin Certainteed CorporationMike Witt Anne Charles, Canadian Consul General Mike Cisman Cheers!
Chelsea Community Hospital Chelsea Flower Shop Don and Betts Chisholm Clinch-On ProductsTom Sernett Scott Cogan Phil Cole F.G. Crampton Shannon Culver Curtin and Alf, Luthiers Scott Dault R.Day Roger Day Doug Defavero
Detroit Area Bulgarian Community Detroit Armenian Women's Club I. Domenech Jim Doneth
Trudy Dophosoh
Dow Chemical U.S.A.Mike Appicelli
Mike Eadie
Rosalie and Martin Edwards
Greg Eggleston
Electrical Workers Local 252]ohn
Briston Paul Everett John Field Andy Fletcher Fine Flowers
Fingerle Lumber CcJohn Fingerle Ken, Penny and Matt Fischer Fontanessi & Kaan CoTJim Marzolf Herb Foor
Ford Division, Ford Motor Company Judy and Richard Fry Richard E. FryRichard E. Fry A.I.A.,Ltd. Candy Dancer
Gasser & Bush, IncTRandy Stowers Kerry Gauss Phil Gerwick
Glidden Paint Co.David Smith J. Grey
Bob Grimston Margo Halsted Gregg Hamm Jim Hanson
Hardware AgentsRichard Suminski Mark Harper Paul Harrison Rob Henning Matthew Hoffmann JoAnne Hulce L. Hummel
Huron Valley GlassRich Sayles Alice Davis Irani Perry Irish
Ironstone WeldingDan Parrotte Stuart Isaac Sue Jantschak Jewish Community Center Timothy Julet Carol Kahn RexKanitz Russ Kanitz
Drs. Gloria and Bob Kerry Chris King Howard King King's Keyboard House Dennis Kittel Charles Klein David Kwan Tom Lancaster
H.S. Landau, IncHenry Landau Landis & GYR Powers, IncKeith A.
Walker Wilson Little Gary Loy
Martha Cooke Residence Hall Madison Electric SupplyGary Matthews John Martin Jamie Mayband Michael Merrell
Metzger's Black Forest Restaurant Michigan Trenching ServiceBob Lyons
Doug Miller
Sandra L. MillerPlumbing & Mech.
Contractors Robert MUlheim John Minud
Mister RubbishRod Kitchen A. Mitchell
MKK Technologies, IncSadaharu Honda Gary and Ann Moeller Mark Mohr Dean Morrow MSIJack Moorhead
Netherlands-American University League New York City Opera Company Jon Nyhus Joe O'Neal Oxford Conference Center, Scott Terrill,
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Paholak CroupCharles Phibbs Philip Paskan William Payne
Plumbers & Pipefitters 190Don House Jeff Porter Don Pruneall
Public Relations Society of Detroit Regency Travel Rob Reilly Harry Richardson Alyce RiemenschneiderRiemenschneider
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Aliza and Howard Shevrin Siemens, I.T.EScott Pemberton Jeff Simkiss
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Ruppert University of Michigan Construction Rep.
Jim Tripp University of Michigan Armenian Studies
Program University Musical Society Advisory
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Washington Street Station Washtenaw Community CollegeLes
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