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  • c o l u m b u s i n d i a n a philharmonic

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  • 2014-2015 Season 1

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  • 2 2014-2015 Season

    Here we go again with another great year of musical entertainment and education presented by YOUR award winning Columbus Indiana Philharmonic.

    Our Music and Artistic Director, Dr. David Bowden, in conjunction with the Artistic Team, have collaborated to present an outstanding performance program for the 2014-2015 concert season. Through Davids

    negotiations with artists and his contacts within the industry we have a concert season that is unrivaled for a city of our size.

    The mission of The Phil is to create, educate, advocate and perpetuate orchestral, choral and chamber music from all periods and styles including all genres of American music and music of our time. We take this responsibility very seriously and as you scan this years concerts you will see that the music spans the gamut from Brahms to Broadway and everything in between.

    Our chorus members ages span from adorable eight in the Columbus Indiana Childrens Chorus to the over eighty group in the Philharmonic Chorus. Voices can still be good at any age.

    It is my honor to be President of the Board of Directors for another year and we are dedicated to providing expanded musical education opportunities to the children of our community. Busy Bees, Philharmonic Youth Orchestra and Strings in Schools are just a few of the programs we provide and fund with the help of the generous members of this community.

    So, whether you are a first time attendee or a seasoned, long time concert goer, I believe that you will enjoy this years concert season. Bring your friends to a concert. Introduce them to the remarkable talent we have at The Phil. Introduce them to one of the organizations that makes Columbus truly UnexpectedUnforgettable. Thanks for joining us and for your support.

    Mark A. PillarBoard President

    Jack Turner (1973-74) Barbara Garton (1974-75) Betty Brown (1975-76) Norm Leighty (1976-77) Jackie Murphy (1977-78) Sam Chizmar (1978-79) Curt DeClue (1979-80) Chuck VanNatta (1980-81) Gary Gron (1981-82) Susan Anderson (1982-83) Dan McKinley (1983-84) Phyllis Ryan (1984-85) Elizabeth Booth Poor (1985-86) Susan Ingmire (1986-87) Alice Curry (1987-89) William Poor (1989-91) Bob Kaspar (1991-93) Richard Stenner (1993-95, 1997-98) Barbara Kirr (1995-97) Jane Hoffmeister Repp (1998-2000) Kaye Ellen Connor (2000-02) Robert A. Orben (2002-03) Robert J. Williams Ph.D. (2003-04) Mark S. Elwood (2004-05) Judy Summerville (2005-06) Tom Hinshaw (2006-07)Elizabeth Lipson (2007-08)John Erickson (2008-09)Tom Lego (2009-2012)

    PAST PRESIDENTS

    Kathy and Tom Dell Wendy and Mark Elwood Cindy and David Force Helen and Bob Haddad Ray Hass Mary (Toots) and Jim HendersonSandi and Tom Hinshaw Ruth Johnson Alice and Rick Johnson Alice Leonard Elli and Dan McElroy Tessa and David Milroy Susan and John Nash Mary and Bob Orben Kevina and Hutch Schumaker Jane Anne and Fred Stadler Sherry Stark Barbara and Robert Stevens Kay and Robert Williams Sandy and Ron Zimmerman

    COMMUNITY ADVISORY COUNCIL

    BOARD OF DIRECTORSMark Pillar President

    Peter King Vice President

    Sharon Sung Andrews Secretary

    Terry Trautman Treasurer

    Mary Clerkin AllardBruce BattsBonnie BoatwrightRoger BrinkmanR. Richard Cooley

    Therese CopelandMichael EngelstadDavid D. Gallagher, M.D.Camilla GehringSteven HackmanMatthew T. HotekStan JacksonDavid KromphardtChristy LangstonPamela LegoJohn C. McGinty, Jr.Wayne NyffelerCaitlin SmithBarry TurnerWarren Ward

    David Bowden Music Director

    Margaret Powers Executive Director

    Beth Booth Poor Choral Representative

    Mark PillarBoard President

  • 2014-2015 Season 3

    Mark Pillar, Philharmonic Board President and Board of Directors .................. 2David Bowden, Music Director and Conductor ............................................. 3Margaret Powers, Executive Director ............................................................. 6Kristen Brown, Mayor of Columbus ............................................................... 7 Musicians of the Philharmonic ....................................................................... 8 Philharmonic Education Program ................................................................ 10

    Rachel Barton Pine Plays Mozart September 14, 2014 ................................................................................ 15

    Hammer Blows! October 4, 2014 ...................................................................................... 21

    The Beautiful Music of Dan Forrest November 15, 2014 ................................................................................ 25

    A Community Christmas Gathering December 14, 2014 ................................................................................. 31

    Brown Scholarship Winner ......................................................................... 30 Columbus Indiana Childrens Choir ............................................................. 32 Ruth Dwyer, CICC Artistic Director ............................................................... 32Camilla Gehring, CICC Assistant Director ..................................................... 332013-2014 Contributors ............................................................................. 34 2013-2014 Concert Sponsors and Program Partners ................................... 36

    Hoagy & Cole February 7, 2015 ..................................................................................... 41

    Freedom! March 28, 2015 ....................................................................................... 45

    Best of Broadway April 25, 2015 .......................................................................................... 51

    Lobsterfest May 16, 2015 ......................................................................... 53

    Salute! May 22, 2015 .......................................................................................... 55

    Index of Advertisers ..................................................................................... 64

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    Music Director and Conductor

    Dear Music-lovers,

    I am so glad you are here to celebrate the soul-satisfying beauties and rich pleasures of live music. The deep emotion and thrilling power of a full orchestra can touch the heart in ways that go far beyond our ability to describe in words.

    In programming concerts, I try to balance the familiar with the unexpected, great masterworks and enjoyable new music, interesting and challenging pieces with those that are immediately accessible. I love exploring repertoire that is not as well known but ought to be!

    Overall, my hope is that each one of us may experience old favorites and also find several previously unknown works in a season that we absolutely love. Its a balance!

    I hope you enjoy that balance and stirring emotion this season.

    Sharing the joy of music!

    David Bowden

    The mission of the Columbus Indiana Philharmonic is to make music.

    n We create performances in pursuit of the highest artistic achievement.

    n We educate all ages in the joy of music.

    n We advocate a life long interest and involvement in music.

    n We perpetuate these activities by providing the resources needed to make them flourish.

    Our vision is to enhance the quality of life in our community so that all citizens have the opportunity to be touched by live, high-quality music in a manner and style meaningful to them.

    Our artistic policy is to present and teach a balance of the best orchestral, choral and chamber repertoire from all periods and styles, including all genres of American music and music of our time.

    OUR MISSION

    C O L U M B U S R E G I O N A L H E A L T H

  • 4 2014-2015 Season

    David BowdenMusic Director and Conductor

    David Bowden has been the artistic leader of the award-winning Philharmonic since its founding in 1987. He has been recognize