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  • Peter A. Herrndorf President and Chief Executive Officer/Prsident et chef de la direction

    May 1415 mai 2014Salle Southam Hall

    MENDELSSOHNS DOUBLELE DOUBLE CONCERTO DE MENDELSSOHN

    John Storgrds conductor/chef dorchestreYosuke Kawasaki violin/violon Benjamin Hochman piano

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    Program/Programme

    HAYDN SymphonyNo.95inCminor21 minutes Symphonie no 95 en do mineur

    I. Allegromoderato

    II. Andante

    III. MenuettoTrio

    IV.Finale:Vivace

    MENDELSSOHN ConcertoforViolin,PianoandStringOrchestrainDminor34 minutes Concerto pour violon, piano et orchestre cordes en r mineur

    I. Allegro

    II. Adagio

    III. Allegromolto

    Yosuke Kawasaki violin/violon

    Benjamin Hochmanpiano

    I N T ER M ISS I O N/ EN T R AC T E

    BEETHOVEN SymphonyNo.8inFmajor,Op.9327 minutes Symphonie no 8 en fa majeur,opus93

    I. Allegrovivaceeconbrio

    II. Allegrettoscherzando

    III.TempodiMenuetto

    IV.Allegrovivace

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    FRANZ JOSEPH HAYDNBorninRohrau,Austria,March31,1732DiedinVienna,May31,1809

    Symphony No. 95 in C minor

    OnNewYearsDay1791,Haydnarrived inEngland, where he remained for the entireyear and well into the next. This was thefirst of his two highly successful sojournsin London (he returned in 1794-95), foreach of which he wrote six symphonies.Collectively, these twelve final entries inhis catalogue would become known as theLondon or Salomon symphonies. Thedate of the first performance of No. 95 isuncertain;most likely itwasoneitherApril1or29,1791attheHanoverSquareRooms.

    AsymphonyinCminorusuallyconjuresup to us visions of a dark, turbulent,deeply serious symphonic drama suchas Beethovens Fifth, Brahmss First, orMozarts Piano Concerto K. 491 (No. 24).But in Haydns day, audiences liked theirsymphonies bright and cheery. A glancethrough Haydns entire catalogue of morethan one hundred symphonies reveals justeightinaminorkey.No.95istheonlyoneinaminorkeyamongtheLondonSymphonies,andeventhisonespendsvery littletimeintheminormode.

    Alone of the twelve LondonSymphonies,No.95hasnoslowintroduction.Itopenswithastern,five-notemotiffortheorchestra inunison, followedbyadramaticpauseandarestless,yearningthemefortheviolins.Butthismood lastsbarelyaminuteor so before Haydn hurries on into the

    FRANZ JOSEPH HAYDNRohrau(Autriche),31mars1732Vienne,31mai1809

    Symphonie no 95 en do mineur

    Au jourde lAn1791,Haydndbarquapourla premire fois en Angleterre, o il allaitpassertoutelanneetunebonnepartiedela suivante. Ce fut le premier de ses deuxsjours extrmement fructueux Londres(il y retourna en 1794-1795), au coursdesquelsilcrivitchaquefoissixsymphonies.Collectivement,cesdouzeentresultimessoncataloguesontaujourdhuiconnuessousle nom de symphonies londoniennes ,ditesaussi Salomon.Onneconnatpasavec certitude la date de la cration de laSymphonie no 95;elleeutprobablementlieule1eroule29avril1791auxHanoverSquareRoomsdeLondres.

    Une symphonie en do mineur appellehabituellementdesvisionsdedramesombre,tumultueux et trs srieux, comme on enretrouve dans la Cinquime de Beethoven,la Premire de Brahms, ou encore dans leConcertopourpianoK.491deMozart.Maisau temps de Haydn, le public tait friandde symphonies ptillantes et enjoues.Sur la centaine et plus de symphoniesque renferme le catalogue de Haydn, huitseulement sont en mode mineur. Et parmises douze symphonies londoniennes ,lano95estlaseulequisoitcriteenmineur,etmmel, lerecoursaumodemineurestdetrscourtedure.

    Autreparticularit: lano95estlaseuledes symphonies londoniennes ne pas

    In1974,GaryBertiniledtheNACOrchestraintheirfirstperformanceofHaydnsSymphonyNo.95,andin2001,LawrenceFosterwastheconductorfortheOrchestrasmostrecentinterpretationofthiswork.

    LapremireprestationdelaSymphonie no 95deHaydnparlOrchestreduCNAatdonneen1974sousladirectiondeGaryBertini,etladernire,en2001souslabaguettedeLawrenceFoster.

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    secondtheme,acharming,playfulaffairthatsurelybroughtsmilesofreassurancetoearlyaudiences. The movement ends in C majorwith grandiose flourishes from the horns,trumpetsandtimpanimarkedfortissimo.

    Theslowmovementisinvariationform.A simple song in E-flat major as presentedintheopeningbarsisgivenoverfirsttothesolocello,thenbacktotheviolinsinthekeyof E-flat minor (an extremely rare key inHaydnsday),theninafloridelaborationbythefullorchestrawithnewharmonization.

    TheMenuettoreturnstoCminorwithavengeance.Again,asinthefirstmovement,thekeychangesquicklytoE-flatmajor,butthis time it reverts just as quickly back toC minor, where it stays until the arrival ofthecentralTrio section inCmajor,with itsprominentanddemandingcellosolo.

    TheFinaletoobringssurprises.Itremainsresolutely in C major throughout, not evenofferingasecondthemeorasecondkeyforcontrast.Instead,Haydnlaunchesintoalong,fugal elaboration of the opening subject,which is so high-spirited and exhilaratingthat he manages successfully to build anentire movement based on this subjectalone.BrilliantfanfaresfromtheentirewindsectioncontributetoagrandaffirmationofCmajorasthesymphonyracesjoyfullytoitsconclusion.

    comporterdintroduction lente.Elle souvresurunaustremotifdecinqnotesjouparlorchestre lunisson, suivi dune pausedramatique et dun thme haletant etlanguissantpour lesviolons.Maisceclimatne se maintient quune minute peine,aprs quoi Haydn introduit prcipitammentle second thme, charmant et ludique souhait,quitaitcertainementaccueilliavecsoulagement par les premiers auditeursde luvre. Le mouvement se termine endo majeur avec de grandioses ornementsdes cors, des trompettes et des timbalesmarqusfortissimo.

    Lemouvementlentpouselaformedunevariation. Une simple mlodie en mi bmolmajeur,exposedanslespremiresmesures,est reprise tout dabord par le violoncellesolo, avant de revenir aux violons dans latonalit de mi bmol mineur (une tonalitextrmement rare au temps de Haydn) etde passer, pour finir, un dveloppementflorissantjouparlorchestreentieravecunenouvelleharmonisation.

    Le Menuetto renoue pour de bon avecla tonalit de do mineur. L encore, toutcomme dans le premier mouvement, latonalit change rapidement pour passer enmi bmolmajeur,maisrevienttoutaussivite,cettefois,danslemodededo mineur,etsymaintientjusqularriveduTriocentralendo majeur, domin par un exigeant solo devioloncelle.

    Lefinaleaussimnagequelquessurprises.Il semaintient rsolumentendomajeurdudbut la fin, sans mme offrir un secondthmeouunesecondetonalitencontraste.Haydnchoisitpluttdeselancerdansunlongdveloppementfugudusujetdouverture,sipleindentrainetdexubrancequilparvient construire tout un mouvement partirdece thmeunique.Lesbrillantes fanfaresmettantcontributiontoute lasectiondes

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    vents contribuent mettre de lavant avecautoritlatonalitdedomajeur,tandisquela symphonie sachemine joyeusement etrapidementverssaconclusion.

    FELIX MENDELSSOHNHambourg,3fvrier1809Leipzig,4novembre1847

    Concerto pour violon, piano et orchestre cordes en r mineur

    Il existe littralement des milliers deconcertos pour violon et autant pour lepiano. En revanche, on compte peineune vingtaine de concertos pour violon etpiano runis. Johann Nepomuk Hummel,Alfredo Casella, Bohuslav Martinu et lemusicien canadien Jacques Htu sont aunombre des compositeurs connus qui ontcritpourcettecombinaisondinstruments.De Mozart, il nous reste un fragment. Lesgrands mlomanes reconnatront les nomsde Pierre-Max Dubois, Carlos Surinach,Lera Auerbach, Richard Flury et Fazil Say.Et si lon tend le genre aux uvres poursolistes avec ensemble de chambre, ilfaudraitaussiinclureleConcerto de chambre(avec13 instrumentsvent)deBerget le Concert pour violon, piano et quatuor cordesdeChausson.Tout le rpertoiredesdoubles concertos pour violon et piano selimite ces uvres, auxquelles il faudraitpeut-tre rajouter une douzaine dautrescompositions. Compos en 1823, leconcertodeMendelssohnestcertainementundesplusanciens,etonadumalcroirequun jeunehommede14ansaitpucrireuneuvreaussiaccomplieque leconcerto

    FELIX MENDELSSOHNBorninHamburg,February3,1809DiedinLeipzig,November4,1847

    Concerto for Violin, Piano and String Orchestra in D minor

    Thereexist literallythousandsofconcertosforviolin,andthousandsmoreforpiano.Butthe number for violin and piano togetheramount to scarcely a couple of dozen.Among thebetter-knowncomposers thereareconcertosbyJohannNepomukHummel,Alfredo Casella, Bohuslav Martinu and theCanadian Jacques Htu. Mozart wrotea fragment. Musical aficionados mightrecognize names like Pierre-Max Dubois,CarlosSurinach,LeraAuerbach,RichardFluryand Fazil Say. If one extends the genre toworkswithsoloistspluschamberensemble,Bergs Chamber Concerto (with 13 winds)andChaussonsConcertforviolin,pianoandstringquartetwouldqualify.Butthese,plusperhaps another dozen works, constitutethe entire repertoire of double concertosfor violin and piano. Mendelssohns wascertainly among the earliest, composed in1823.Itstrainscredibilitythatamereladoffourteencouldhavewrittenasaccomplishedaworkastheconcertoweheartonight.

    Mendelssohnwrotethissubstantialwork(it lasts nearly forty minutes, the longestof any concerto by this composer) for theviolinistEduardRietzandhimselftoperform

    ThisisthefirsttimetheNACOrchestrahasperformedMendelssohnsDoubleConcerto.

    CestlapremirefoisquelOrchestreduCNAinterprtele Double ConcertodeMendelssohn.

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    FelixMendelssohnsConcertoforViolin,PianoandOrchestraisoneofthe

    very fewcanonicalworks for this instrumentation. It isalsoawonderful

    example of the precocious gifts of Felix Mendelssohn. Written at the

    age of 14, this concerto already reveals the unique combination of fiery

    virtuosity, soulful lyricism and refined elegance that characterize

    Mendelssohnslatermasterpieces.

    I lovethispiece. I feel thatMendelssohn isstillunder-appreciatedtoday,

    andthatmanylesserknownworksofhisdeservetobeheard,andontheir

    own terms: for their own beauty rather than their historical or cultural

    context,andfortheirownmeritsratherthanincomparisontotheworks

    of other great composers. Lastly, I am thrilled and delighted to play this

    piecewiththefabulousviolinist(andmygoodfriend)YosukeKawasaki,the

    marvelousconductor JohnStorgrdsandthe incomparableNationalArts

    CentreOrchestra.

    Le Concerto pour violon, piano et orchestredeFelixMendelssohnestundes

    raresconcertosdurpertoirecritpourcettecombinaisondinstruments.

    Par ailleurs, cest un merveilleux exemple du talent prcoce de Felix

    Mendelssohn,puisquelemusiciennavaitque14anslorsquillacompos.

    Ce concerto rvle dj la combinaison tout fait unique de virtuosit

    fougueuse,delyrismemlancoliqueetdlganceraffinequicaractrise

    leschefs-duvrepostrieursdeMendelssohn.

    Personnellement,jaimebeaucoupceconcerto.JepensequeMendelssohn

    est sous-estim lheure actuelle et que beaucoup de ses compositions

    moins connues mritent dtre entendues pour elles-mmes : pour leur

    beautintrinsquepluttquepourleurcontextehistoriqueouculturel,et

    pourleurspropresmritespluttqueparcomparaisonauxuvresdautres

    grandscompositeurs.Enfin,jesuisabsolumentravidejouerceconcertoen

    compagniedufabuleuxviolonisteYosukeKawasaki(quiestaussiunami),

    du merveilleux chef dorchestre John Storgrds et de lincomparable

    OrchestreduCentrenationaldesArts.

    Benjamin Hochman

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    at a private concert at the Mendelssohnhousehold.ThistookplaceonMay25,1823;the first public performance was given afew weeks later in Berlins Schauspielhaus.Itthenfell intototalobscurityandwasnotrevived until 1957. In its original version,the orchestra consisted of strings only.For the second (public) performance,Mendelssohn added pairs of winds (flutes,oboes,clarinets,bassoons,horns,trumpets)and timpani, but this was not heard againuntil the incredibly late date of 1999,inDarmstadt.

    The concerto exhibits an interestingamalgamofBaroque,classicalandromantictraits. The opening theme might well havecome from a Handel concerto grosso, atheme that lends itself to contrapuntaldevelopment (this Mendelssohn achievesin the development section). The firstmovementssecondthemehasaMozartianfreshness and elegance. The romanticelement rears up in the soloists dramaticinitialentrance, fulloffireandpassion.Theromantic eras love of showy virtuosity issensedparticularlyinthecadenzatothefirstmovement(averitable tour de force)andinthefleet,scintillatingthrillsofthefinale.ThecentralslowmovementrevertstothespiritofMozart,thoughwealsofindheresomeofMendelssohnsmostharmonicallyadvancedwriting. The orchestra serves mostly tointroduce each movements thematicmaterial and to provide an occasionalinterlude; otherwise, the soloists are in thelimelight for most of the time, either as aconversational pair or as a unit alternatingwiththeorchestra.

    quenousentendonscesoir.Mendelssohn crivit cette uvre de

    grande envergure (le plus long de tousses concertos, dune dure de prs de40 minutes) lintention du violonisteEduard Rietz, qui devait linterprter avecle compositeur au piano loccasion dunconcertprivdonnchezlesMendelssohn,le25mai1823.Lapremireexcutionpubliquedu concerto eut lieu quelques semainesplus tardauSchauspielhausdeBerlin.Par lasuite, cette composition tomba dans loublile plus total, avant dtre redcouverte en1957. Dans sa version originale, lorchestreestcomposuniquementdecordes.Pour ladeuximeprsentation(enpublic,cettefois),Mendelssohnajoutadespairesdinstrumentsvent(fltes,hautbois,clarinettes,bassons,cors, trompettes), ainsi que des timbales,mais,aussiincroyablequecelapuisseparatre,cette version ne fut reprise quen 1999, Darmstadt.

    Le concerto propose un intressantamalgame de caractristiques baroques,classiques et romantiques. Le thmedouverture pourrait trs bien provenirdun concerto grosso de Haendel. Il sagitdun thme qui se prte au contrepoint(Mendelssohn lui rserve un traitementcontrapuntique dans la section dudveloppement). Le second thme dupremier mouvement est dune fracheuret dune lgance toutes mozartiennes.Llment romantique fait son apparitiondanslentreinitialedessolistes,uneentrethtrale,pleinedefeuetdepassion.Legotromantique pour la virtuosit brillante semanifesteparticulirementdans lacadencedu premier mouvement (un vritable tourdeforce)etdanslestressaillementsfugaceset scintillants du finale. Le mouvementlent central marque un retour lesprit deMozart, bien que lon y trouve galement

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    lcriturelaplusavancedeMendelssohnsurleplanharmonique.Lorchestresertsurtoutintroduirelematriauthmatiquedechaquemouvementetoffrirloccasionunesortedinterlude; sinon, les solistes occupent ledevantdelascnelaplupartdutemps,soitendialoguantentreeux,soitensalliantpourformeruneunitalternantaveclorchestre.

    LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVENBonn,16dcembre1770Vienne,26mars1827

    Symphonie no 8 en fa majeur, opus 93

    La premire excution publique de laSymphonie no 8deBeethoveneutlieusousla direction du compositeur dans la grandeRedoutensaal Vienne, le 27 fvrier 1814.Ellefutassezmalaccueillie,probablementcause de la programmation du concert quilintercalaitentrelaSymphonie no 7,puissanteetlectrisante,etlagrandiloquenteBataille de Victoria (ou La Victoire de Wellington)qui faisait appel des trompettessupplmentaires,destambours,descanonsetdescoupsdefeu.

    La Huitime est donc passe pour unesymphonie mineure de Beethoven,une uvre impossible comparer avecdes chefs-duvre incontests tels quelHroque ou la Neuvime symphonie. quelques minutes prs, cest galement lasymphonie la plus courte de Beethoven.Et pourtant, la Symphonie no 8 est, safaon, une uvre aussi originale et aussiintressante que la plupart des autres

    LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVENBorninBonn,December16,1770DiedinVienna,March26,1827

    Symphony No. 8 in F major, Op. 93

    ThefirstpublicperformanceofBeethovensEighth Symphony took place underthe composers direction in the GrandRedoutensaal in Vienna on February27, 1814. Probably because of poorprogramming, itmetwithacool reception,sandwichedasitwasbetweenthepowerful,highly-chargedSeventhSymphonyand thebombastic Battle Symphony (Wellingtons Victory) complete with extra trumpets,drums,cannonandriflefire.

    The Eighth has earned a reputation asone of Beethovens lesser symphonies,nottobecomparedwithsuchunquestionedmasterworksastheEroica ortheNinth.Giveortakeafewminutes,itisalsotheshortestBeethovensymphony.Yet, in itsownways,the Eighth is as original and interestinga work as most other symphonies ofBeethoven. Consider the generous amountof humour surely more here than in anyother Beethoven symphony. This includes

    TheNACOrchestrahasperformedBeethovensEighthSymphonymanytimes,firstin1970conductedbyMarioBernardi,andmostrecentlyin2009,ledbyDouglasBoyd.

    LOrchestreduCNAainterprtlaSymphonie no 8deBeethovendenombreusesreprises,lapremirefoisen1970souslabaguettedeMarioBernardi,etladernirefoisen2009sousladirectiondeDouglasBoyd.

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    thesuddenoutburstsin2/4metrewithinthe3/4 first movement, the tick-tock effectin the second movement, the rhythmicambiguity at the beginning of the thirdmovement, the quick um-pahs of thetimpani in the finale, and much more unexpected pauses, unprepared gestures,surprise intrusions of loud and soft notes,etc. Beethoven himself referred to thesymphonyasaufgeknpft(unbuttoned).

    One should, however, avoid thetemptationtoreadintotheworkareflectionof thecomposerspersonal lifeat the timeofwriting,forhewasgoingthroughoneofthemost torturedperiodsofhisexistence.A persistent stomach ailment; the deepestloveaffairofhislife(withAntonieBrentano),which was doomed, like all the rest, tofailure; and his interference in the love lifeofhisbrotherJohann,allmadeforanythingbut thehappy, joyousmoodevinced in theEighthSymphony.

    With a burst of energy, the symphonybegins immediately with the first theme a bright, well-balanced, classical-styletheme consisting of question and answerphrases. The second subject is a graceful,liltingmelodyintheviolins.Furthermelodicmaterialisheardasaclosingtheme.

    Beethoven omits the usual slowmovement, using in its place a ratheranimated Allegretto scherzando. Legendhas it that this movement was written asa humorous tribute to Beethovens friendMlzel,inventorofthemetronome.Scholarsare not agreed on the matter, but thisdetracts not a whit from the unavoidablefeelingthatthere issomekindoftick-tockmechanismatwork.Oneistemptedtothinkback also to Haydns Clock Symphony (No.101)withitstickingsecondmovement.

    For the third movement, Beethovenreturned to the eighteenth-century world

    symphonies de Beethoven. Elle contientpar exemple une bonne dose dhumour certainement plus que dans nimportequelle autre symphonie de Beethoven.Mentionnonstitredexemplelesintrusionssoudainesdurythme2/4danslepremiermouvement3/4,letic-tacdudeuximemouvement, lambigut rythmique dudbut du troisime mouvement, les tum-ta rapides des timbales dans lefinale, sans oublier les pauses inattendues,les gestes limproviste, les intrusionssoudaines de notes fortes ou douces,etc. Beethoven disait lui-mme de cettesymphonie quelle tait aufgeknpft (dtendue).

    Il faut toutefois se garder de voir danscette uvre le reflet de ltat dme ducompositeur au moment o il lcrivit,car Beethoven traversait en fait lune despriodes les plus tourmentes de sonexistence.Desmauxdestomacpersistants,la plus grande histoire damour de sa vie(avec Antonie Brentano) voue, commetouteslesautres,lchec,etsonintrusiondans la vie amoureuse de son frre JohannconcouraienttoutsaufcrerlecaractrecontentetjoyeuxdelaHuitimesymphonie.

    Dans un lan dnergie, la symphoniedbute immdiatement avec le premierthme un motif lger, quilibr, de styleclassique, compos de phrases sous formede questions et rponses . Le deuximesujetestunemlodielganteetsautillantenonce par les violons. Un dernier thmeapportedautresmatriauxmlodiques.

    Danscettesymphonie,Beethovenometle mouvement lent habituel, le remplaantplutt par un Allegretto scherzando assezanim. La lgende veut que Beethovenait compos ce mouvement en guisedhommagehumoristiquesonamiMlzel,linventeurdumtronome.Lesmusicologues

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    nesentendentpassurlaquestion,maiscelane nuit absolument pas limpression quelonadentendre letic-tacdunmcanisme.Cela rappelle galement la symphonie LHorloge (no 101) de Haydn, dont ledeuxime mouvement imite le bruit dunmcanismedhorloge.

    Dansletroisimemouvement,Beethovenrevient au menuet du XVIIIe sicle, mais ce menuet est particulirement robusteet lourd, presque autant que les scherzosde toutes les symphonies prcdentes, lexception de la premire. On reconnatune plaisanterie typique de BeethovendansletitreTempo di Menuettoquildonneau mouvement il ne faut pas prendre cemouvementpourunvritablemenuet,maistout simplement pour une musique sur untempo de menuet! La section centrale estuntriogracieuxetlgantpourdeuxcorsetune clarinette, sur un accompagnement devioloncelle.

    Lexubrant finale est plein de bonnehumeur et de plaisanteries musicalestelles que des pauses impromptues, deschangements harmoniques brutaux, unefaussercapitulationetunefinexagrmentgrandiose.

    Traduit daprs Robert Markow

    oftheminuet,butthisminuetisunusuallyrobust and heavy-footed, almost like thescherzosfoundinallhisprevioussymphoniesexcepttheFirst.AtypicalBeethovenianjokeisseeninthedesignationofthemovementasTempo di Menuetto notarealminuet,apparently,justthe tempoofaminuet!Thecentral section is a gracious and elegantTrio for two horns and clarinet, plus celloaccompaniment.

    Theboisterousfinaleischockfullofjollityand musical jokes, which include surprisepauses, violent harmonic shifts, a falserecapitulation and a deliberately overdoneending.

    By Robert Markow

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    John Storgrdsconductor/chef dorchestre

    ChiefConductoroftheHelsinkiPhilharmonicOrchestra and Principal Guest Conductorof the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, JohnStorgrds is one of Finlands exceptionalartists who have taken the classical musicworldbystorminrecentdecades.Hehasadualcareerasaconductorandviolinvirtuoso,andiswidelyrecognizedforhiscreativeflairfor programming and his commitment tocontemporary music. He additionally holdsthetitleofArtisticDirectoroftheChamberOrchestraofLapland.

    Mr. Storgrds appears with suchorchestrasastheBavarianRadioOrchestra,WDR Cologne and the BBC, Sydney,Melbourne, Boston, St. Louis and Torontosymphonies, as well as all of the majorScandinavian orchestras. In2013, he madehisdebutwiththeNACOrchestra.

    Highlightsofhis2013-14seasonincludethe Finnish premiere of Peter MaxwellDavies Symphony No. 9 and a Europeansummer-festival tour with the ChamberOrchestraofLapland.

    John Storgrds was concertmaster ofthe Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestraduring Esa-Pekka Salonens tenure andsubsequently studied conducting withJorma Panula and Eri Klas. He received theProFinlandiaPrizein2012.HiscycleofthecompleteSibeliussymphonieswiththeBBCPhilharmonic will be released on ChandosRecordsinthespringof2014.

    Le maestro John Storgrds, premierchef de lOrchestre philharmoniquedHelsinki et premier chef invit du BBCPhilharmonic Orchestra, est lune desfigures exceptionnelles que la Finlande arvlesaumondede lamusiqueclassiqueces dernires dcennies. Menant unedouble carrire de chef et de violonistevirtuose, il est largement reconnupour sesprogrammations tmoignant dun flair peucommunauplandelacrativit,etpoursonattachementlamusiquecontemporaine.Ilestaussidirecteurartistiquede lOrchestredechambredeLapland.

    M.StorgrdsseproduitnotammentaveclOrchestre de la radio bavaroise, le WDRCologne et les orchestres symphoniquesde la BBC, de Sydney, Melbourne, Boston,St. Louis et Toronto, ainsi quavec tous lesgrands orchestres scandinaves. Il a fait sesdbutsaveclOrchestreduCNAen2013.

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    Yosuke Kawasaki currently serves asConcertmasterof the NationalArtsCentreOrchestra. He is also a member and Co-concertmaster of the Mito ChamberOrchestra and Saito Kinen Orchestra inJapan,bothunderthebatonofSeijiOzawa.Startingthisfall,Mr.Kawasakiwillbeonthefaculty of the University of Ottawa SchoolofMusic.

    Mr.Kawasakihasmadesoloappearanceswith the Aspen Chamber Symphony,Hiroshima Symphony Orchestra, JapanCenturyOrchestra,MitoChamberOrchestra,Orquesta Filarmonica de Lima, SouthCarolina Philharmonic, Thirteen Strings,Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony OrchestraandSingaporeNationalYouthSymphony.Asachambermusician,heisafoundingmemberoftheDAmiciStringQuartetaswellasTrio+.Thetwoensembleshavetouredextensivelyin North and South America, Europe andJapan.HeisalsoafoundingmemberoftheArkasStringQuartet,aresidentensembleinSasebo,Japan.

    Mr.KawasakibeganhisviolinstudiesattheageofsixwithhisfatherMasaoKawasakiandcontinuedwithSetsuGoto.At theageof ten, he was accepted into The JuilliardSchool Pre-College Division. He continuedhis education at The Juilliard School underthe tutorshipofDorothyDeLay,HyoKang,Felix Galimir and Joel Smirnoff, andgraduatedin1998.

    Yosuke Kawasaki occupe actuellement lepostedeviolonsolodelOrchestreduCentrenational des Arts, fonction quil assumeaussi conjointement au sein de lOrchestrede chambre Mito et de lOrchestre SaitoKinenauJapon,deuxensemblesplacssousla direction de Seiji Ozawa. Cet automne,ilsejoindraaucorpsprofessoraldelcoledemusiquedelUniversitdOttawa.

    Il sest produit titre de soliste invitavec lOrchestre de chambre dAspen,lOrchestre symphonique dHiroshima,le Japan Century Orchestra, lOrchestrede chambre Mito, lOrquesta Filarmonicade Lima, le South Carolina Philharmonic,Thirteen Strings, lOrchestre symphoniquemtropolitain de Tokyo et le SingaporeNational Youth Symphony. Il est lun desmembres fondateurs du Quatuor cordesDAmici et de Trio+, deux ensemblesde musique de chambre qui ont fait denombreusestournesenAmriqueduNord,enAmriqueduSud,enEuropeetauJapon,etduQuatuorcordesArkas,ensembleenrsidenceSasebo,auJapon.

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    AveryFisherCareerGrantWinnerBenjaminHochman has performed as soloist withthe New York, Los Angeles, Israel andPrague Philharmonics, and the Chicago,San Francisco, Pittsburgh and JerusalemSymphonies,amongothers.HehasappearedattheNACseveraltimes,bothwiththeNACOrchestra and performing chamber music.An avid recitalist and chamber musician,he has performed at major venues suchas Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center, theLouvreandtheConcertgebouw.Hisfestivalappearances include Marlboro, Ravinia,Gilmore,Lucerne,SantaFeandPrussiaCove.

    Mr. Hochman has been selected toparticipate in the Chamber Music Societyof Lincoln Centers CMS Two, Isaac SternsInternationalChamberMusicEncountersatthe Jerusalem Music Centre, and CarnegieHallsProfessionalTrainingWorkshops.

    Born in Jerusalem, Mr. Hochman beganhisstudieswithEstherNarkissandEmanuelKrasovsky in Israel. Supported by theAmerica-IsraelCulturalFoundation,hewentontostudywithClaudeFrankattheCurtisInstituteofMusicandRichardGoodeattheMannes College of Music. Mr. Hochman ison the piano faculty of the Longy SchoolofMusicandBardCollege,andlivesinNewYorkCitywithhiswife,violinistJenniferKoh.

    Benjamin Hochman is a Steinway ArtistandhasrecordedforAvieRecordsandArtekRecordings.

    ExclusiveRepresentation: KirshbaumDemler&Associates,Inc.kirshdem.com

    Rcipiendaire dune bourse de carrireAvery Fisher, Benjamin Hochman sestproduit titre de soliste avec les orchestresphilharmoniques de New York, Los Angeles,Isral et Prague, et avec les orchestressymphoniques de Chicago, San Francisco,Pittsburgh et Jrusalem, entre autres. Il agagnlascneduCNAplusieursreprisesaveclOrchestre du CNA et dans des concerts demusique de chambre. Rcitaliste et chambristepassionn, il a jou dans des salles de concertprestigieuses, dont Carnegie Hall, le KennedyCenter, le Louvre et le Concertgebouw. Il a enoutreparticipauxfestivalsdeMarlboro,Ravinia,Gilmore,Lucerne,SantaFeetPrussiaCove.

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    The National Arts Centre Orchestra Orchestre du Centre national des Arts

    Pinchas Zukerman Music Director/Directeur musicalAlexander Shelley Music Director Designate/Directeur musical dsignAlain Trudel Principal Youth and Family Conductor/Premier chef des concerts jeunesse et familleJack Everly Principal Pops Conductor/Premier chef des concerts Pops

    * Additional musicians/Musiciens surnumraires ** On Leave/En cong

    The National Arts Centre Orchestra is a proud member of Orchestras Canada, the national association for Canadian orchestras./LOrchestre du Centre national des Arts est un fier membre dOrchestres Canada, lassociation nationale des orchestres canadiens.

    FIRST VIOLINS/PREMIERS VIOLONSYosuke Kawasaki (soloist/soliste)(concertmaster/violon solo)Jessica Linnebach(associate concertmaster/violon solo associe)*Jeremy Mastrangelo(guest assistant concertmaster/ assistant solo invit)Nomi Racine-GaudreaultManuela MilaniElaine KlimaskoLeah RosemanKaroly Sziladi**Lynne Hammond*Martine Dub*Andrea Armijo-Fortin*Emily Westell

    SECOND VIOLINS/SECONDS VIOLONSDonnie Deacon(principal/solo)*Christopher Takeda(guest principal/solo invit)Winston Webber(assistant principal/assistant solo)Susan RuppMark FriedmanEdvard SkerjancLev BerenshteynRichard GreenBrian Boychuk*Lauren DeRoller

    VIOLAS/ALTOS Jethro Marks (principal/solo) David Goldblatt (assistant principal/ assistant solo) David Thies-Thompson Nancy Sturdevant *Paul Casey *Catherine Ferreira CELLOS/VIOLONCELLES **Amanda Forsyth (principal/solo) *Blair Lofgren (guest principal/ solo invit) Leah Wyber Timothy McCoy Carole Sirois *Wolf Tormann *Thaddeus Morden DOUBLE BASSES/ CONTREBASSES **Joel Quarrington (principal/solo) *Colin Corner (guest principal/ solo invit) **Marjolaine Fournier (assistant principal/assistante solo) Murielle Bruneau Vincent Gendron Hilda Cowie

    FLUTES/FLTES**Joanna Gfroerer(principal/solo)Emily Marks*Camille Churchfield

    OBOES/HAUTBOISCharles Hamann(principal/solo)Anna Petersen Stearns

    CLARINETS/CLARINETTESKimball Sykes(principal/solo)Sean Rice

    BASSOONS/BASSONSChristopher Millard(principal/solo)Vincent Parizeau

    HORNS/CORSLawrence Vine(principal/solo)Julie Fauteux(associate principal/ solo associe)Elizabeth SimpsonJill KirwanNicholas Hartman

    TRUMPETS/TROMPETTESKaren Donnelly(principal/solo)Steven van Gulik

    TROMBONESDonald Renshaw(principal/solo)Colin Traquair

    BASS TROMBONE/TROMBONE BASSEDouglas Burden

    TUBANicholas Atkinson(principal/solo)

    TIMPANI/TIMBALESFeza Zweifel(principal/solo)

    PERCUSSIONSJonathan WadeKenneth Simpson

    HARP/HARPEManon Le Comte(principal/solo)

    LIBRARIANS /MUSICOTHCAIRES Nancy Elbeck (principal librarian/musicothcaire principale)Corey Rempel(assistant librarian/musicothcaire adjoint) PERSONNEL MANAGER/ CHEF DU PERSONNEL Ryan Purchase ASSISTANT PERSONNEL MANAGER/CHEF ADJOINTE DU PERSONNEL Jane Levitt

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    Music Department/Dpartement de musiqueChristopher Deacon ManagingDirector/DirecteuradministratifDaphne Burt ManagerofArtisticPlanning/GestionnairedelaplanificationartistiqueLouise Rowe ManagerofFinanceandAdministration/GestionnairedesfinancesetdeladministrationNelson McDougall OrchestraManager/GestionnairedelOrchestreStefani Truant AssociateArtisticAdministrator/AdministratriceartistiqueassocieMeiko Taylor OrchestraOperationsAssociate&AssistantPersonnelManager(on leave)/ AssocieauxoprationsdelOrchestreetchefadjointedupersonnel(en cong)

    Ryan Purchase ActingPersonnelManager/ChefdupersonnelparintrimJane Levitt OrchestraOperationsAssociate/AssocieauxoprationsdelOrchestreRene Villemaire ArtisticCoordinator/Coordonnatriceartistique

    Genevive Cimon Director,MusicEducationandCommunityEngagement/ Directrice,ducationmusicaleetrayonnementdanslacollectivit

    Douglas Sturdevant ManagerofArtistTrainingandOutreach/ Gestionnaire,Formationdesartistesetmdiationculturelle

    Christy Harris Manager,SummerMusicInstitute/Gestionnaire,InstitutestivaldemusiqueKelly Abercrombie EducationAssociate,SchoolsandCommunity/Associe,ServicesauxcolesetlacollectivitNatasha Harwood NationalAdministrator,NACMusicAliveProgram/ Administratricenationale,ProgrammeVivelamusiqueduCNA

    Paul Vandenberg MusicEducationCoordinator,ArtistTrainingandShowcasing/ Coordonnateur,ducationmusicale,Formationetprsentationdesartistes

    Diane Landry DirectorofMarketing/DirectriceduMarketingKimberly Raycroft SeniorMarketingOfficer/AgenteprincipaledemarketingAndrea Hossack CommunicationsOfficer/AgentedecommunicationMelynda Szabototh AssociateMarketingOfficer/AgenteassociedemarketingCamille DuboisCrteau AssociateMarketingOfficer/AgenteassociedemarketingOdette Laurin CommunicationsCoordinator/Coordonnatricedescommunications

    Alex Gazal ProductionDirector/DirecteurdeproductionPasquale Cornacchia TechnicalDirector/Directeurtechnique

    Robert Lafleur President,FriendsoftheNACOrchestra/PrsidentdesAmisdelOrchestreduCNA

    JointheFriendsoftheNACOrchestrainsupportingmusiceducation.

    Telephone:613 947-7000 x590FriendsOfNACO.ca

    Joignez-vousauxAmisdelOrchestreduCNApourunebonnecause:lducationmusicale.

    Tlphone:613 947-7000 x590 AmisDOCNA.ca

    Audi,theofficialcaroftheNationalArtsCentreOrchestra/Audi,lavoitureofficielledelOrchestreduCentrenationaldesArts

  • Champions CirCle / CerCle du Champion Richard Li

    leaders CirCle / CerCle des leadersDasha ShenkmanThe Slaight Family Fund for Emerging

    Artists/Le Fonds pour artistes mergents de la famille Slaight

    John & Bonnie BuhlerJames & Emily HoThe Dianne & Irving Kipnes

    FoundationGail & David OBrien

    presidents CirCle / CerCle du prsidentGail Asper, O.C., O.M., LL.D.

    & Michael Paterson Alice & Grant BurtonCommunity Foundation of Ottawa/

    Fondation communautaire dOttawaThe Craig FoundationIan & Kiki DelaneyJulia & Robert FosterMargaret & David FountainJeanne F. Fuller and Family / et famille

    Leacross Foundation / Fondation Leacross Jerry & Joan LozinskiJack & Dale McAuleyDr. Kanta MarwahMr. F.R. Matthews, C.M., Q.C.The Honourable Margaret McCain, C.C.New Play Development Supported by

    an Anonymous Donor / Soutien au dveloppement de nouvelles pices par un donateur anonyme

    presenters CirCle / CerCle du diffuseur

    produCers CirCle / CerCle du produCteur

    Bigu - Tuli FoundationKimberley Bozak & Philip Deck Adrian Burns & Gregory Kane, Q.C.M.G. CampbellDaugherty and Verma Endowment for

    Young Musicians / Fonds de dotation Daugherty et Verma pour jeunes musiciens

    Amoryn Engel & Kevin Warn-Schindel

    Cynthia Baxter and Family / et familleW. Geoffrey Beattie John M. CassadayThe Harold Crabtree FoundationAnn F. CrainMohammed & Yulanda FarisErdelyi Karpati Memorial FundFondation de Gasp Beaubien Friends of the National Arts Centre

    Orchestra/Les Amis de lOrchestre duCNA

    Gaetano Gagliano and Family / et famille

    EQ3 Furniture for LifeFred & Elizabeth FountainJean Gauthier & Danielle FortinSusan Glass & Arni ThorsteinsonHarvey & Louise GlattStephen & Jocelyne GreenbergPaul & Carol HillPeter JessimanJames S. Kinnear

    Elinor Gill Ratcliffe C.M., O.N.L., LLD(hc)

    The Irving Harris FoundationSarah Jennings & Ian JohnsDonald K. Johnson

    & Anna McCowan JohnsonDavid & Susan LaisterJoyce LoweM. Ann McCaig, C.M., A.O.E., LL.D.The McKinlays / La famille McKinlay :

    Kenneth, Ronald & JillGuy & Mary Pratte

    The Vered Family / La famille VeredThe W. Garfield Weston FoundationAnonymous / Donateur anonyme (1)

    Janice & Earle OBornStefan & Magdalena OpalskiMichael PotterWCPD FoundationThe Zed Family / La famille ZedAnonymous / Donateurs anonymes (2)

    Dr. Joy Maclaren, C.M., New SunJane E. MooreAlvin Segal Family Foundation /

    Fondation de la famille Alvin SegalMr. & Mrs. Calvin A. SmithFrank & Debbi SobeyJayne WatsonPinchas Zukerman Anonymous / Donateurs anonymes (3)

    Karen Prentice, Q.C., & the Honourable Jim Prentice, P.C., Q.C.

    Keith Ray & Leslie GalesMonsieur Franois R. RoyWilliam & Jean TeronDonald T. Walcot The Winnipeg Foundation James WolfensohnDavid Zussman & Sheridan ScottAnonymous / Donateur anonyme (1)

    foundationfondation

    DONORS CIRCLE / CERCLE DES DONATEURSThe National Arts Centre Foundation gratefully acknowledges the support of its many contributors. Below is the annual giving list which includes the Donors Circle, Corporate Club and Emeritus Circle. List complete as of February10,2014. Thank you!

    La Fondation du Centre national des Arts remercie chaleureusement ses nombreux donateurs pour leur soutien. Voici la liste complte - en date du 10 fvrier 2014 - des personnes et socits qui font partie du Cercle des donateurs, du Club des entreprises et du Cercle Emeritus. Merci!

  • Frank & Inge BaloghMary B. BellSandra & Nelson BeveridgeChristina Cameron & Hugh WinsorCanimex Inc.Cintec Canada Ltd.Robert & Marian CummingChristopher Deacon

    & Gwen GoodierMr. Arthur Drache, C.M., Q.C.

    & Ms. Judy YoungE.A. FlemingDavid Franklin & Lise ChartrandStephen & Raymonde HansonPeter Herrndorf & Eva CziglerKathleen & Anthony HydeRon & Elaine Johnson

    Dr. Frank A. JonesHuguette & Marcelle JubinvilleDiana & David KirkwoodRosalind & Stanley LabowBrenda MacKenzieThe Honourable John Manley, P.C.,

    O.C. & Mrs. Judith ManleyGrant J. McDonald, FCPA, FCA

    & Carol DevennyAndrea Mills & Michael NagyDavid Monaghan & Frances BuckleyWilliam & Hallie MurphyBarbara NewbeginCharles & Sheila NicholsonM. Ortolani & J. BergeronThe late Simon

    & Mrs. Constance Reisman

    Dr. David Finestone & Mrs. Josie Finestone

    Anthony FosterDebra L. FrazerKaysa & Alfred FriedmanDouglas Frosst & Lori GadzalaPaul Fydenchuk & Elizabeth MacfieDr. Pierre GareauLouis GirouxDale Godsoe, C.M.Thomas Golem & Renee CarletonDavid Green, Daphne Wagner, Lita

    & Mikey GreenDavid & Rochelle GreenbergRobert Guindon & Diane DesrochersMs. Wendy HannaPeter HarderMichael HarkinsJohn & Dorothy HarringtonDr. John Hilborn

    & Ms. Elisabeth Van WagnerCatherine HollandsIQ Bridge Inc./Claudio Rodrigues,

    CEOJackman FoundationMarilyn Jenkins & David SpeckBen Jones & Margaret McCulloughDr. David Jones

    & Mrs. Glenda LechnerMs. Lynda JoyceDenis LabrieDenis & Suzanne LamadeleineMarie Louise Lapointe

    & Bernard LeducGaston & Carol LauzonDr. & Mrs. Jack LehrerJean B. LibertyDonald MacLeod

    Go SatoMr. Peter SeguinRaymond & Fe SouwPhil & Eli TaylorRobert TennantVernon G. & Beryl TurnerThe Tyler Family Charitable

    FoundationDave & Megan WallerDonna & Henry WattPaul Wells & Lisa SamsonJames WhitridgeDon & Billy WilesAnonymous /

    Donateurs anonymes (2)

    Elizabeth McGowanJohn McPherson & Lise OuimetTamas MihalikDavid Milne & Pamela Gibb-CarsleyHeather MooreSylvie MorelThomas MorrisJacqueline M. NewtonEileen & Ralph OverendSunny & Nini PalMary Papadakis & Robert McCullochRussell Pastuch & Lynn SolvasonDre Rene PrinceJean-Pierre ProulxGreg Reed & Heather HoweChris & Lisa RichardsIn memory of Gloria RosemanKevin SampsonDaniel Senyk & Rosemary MenkeDr. Farid Shodjaee

    & Mrs. Laurie ZrudloEric & Carol Ann StewartK. Elizabeth StewartDr. Matthew Suh & Dr. Susan SmithHala TablElizabeth TaylorGordon & Annette ThiessenJanet ThorsteinsonMary TurnbullDr. Derek Turner

    & Mrs. Elaine TurnerPhil Waserman

    & Valerie Bishop-DeYoungWilliam & Phyllis WatersHans & Marianne WeidemannLinda WoodPaul Zendrowski & Cynthia KingAnonymous / Donateurs anonymes (5)

    maestros CirCle / CerCle du maestro

    direCtors CirCle / CerCle du metteur en sCne

    Helen AndersonPierre Aubry & Jane DudleyColin & Jane BeaumontMichael Bell & Anne BurnettPaul & Rosemary BenderMarion & Robert BennettDominique BlanchardMargaret BloodworthBarry M. BloomFrits BosmanIn Memory of Donna Lee BouletPeter & Livia BrandonDr. Nick Busing

    & Madam Justice Catherine AitkenJulie Byczynski & Angus GrayCraig & Elizabeth CampbellLeo CardellaCheryl & Douglas CaseyRev. Gail & Robert ChristyChristopher & Saye ClementKaren ColbyMichel ColletteDr. Gretchen Conrad

    & Mr. Mark G. ShulistYves R. CousineauKaren Crozier & Grant CrozierCarlos & Maria DaSilvaDr. B. H. DavidsonFernand DryNadia Diakun-Thibault

    & Ron ThibaultThe Ann Diamond FundRoland Dimitriu & Diane LandryJoyce DonovanRobert P DoyleYvon DuplessisTom Fagan & Kevin GrovesCarol Fahie

  • Daphne AbrahamCavaliere / Chevalier Pasqualina

    Pat AdamoMichael AllenMichael-John AlmonSheila AndrewsKelvin K. AuDaryl Banke & Mark HusseySheila BayneDavid BeattieDr. Ruth M. Bell, C.M.Madame Llia D. BousquetBrenda BowmanHayden Brown & Tracy BrooksTom & Beth CharltonMargaret & John ColemanMichael & Beryl CorberPatricia CordingleyMarie CouturierDuart & Donna CrabtreeJoan & Jack CraigRobert J. CraigKari Cullen & William BonnellPaul DangGladys & Andrew DencsThomas DentRobert S. & Clarisse DoyleColonel Michel

    & Madame Nicole DrapeauCatherine EbbsDr. Larbi El BilaliMark Fedosiewich and Family /

    et familleDenzil FeinbergSheila ForsythDr. Erika GaertnerCarey & Nancy GarrettSylvia Gazsi-Gill & John GillHarry GoldsmithAdam GooderhamDr Jean-Yves & Ghyslaine GosselinLynn & Robert GouldJohn GrahamBeric & Elizabeth Graham-Smith

    Pauline E. GravelToby Greenbaum & Joel RotsteinGenadi & Catherine GuntherJohn & Greta HansenJohn Alan Harvey & Sandra Harvey,

    Murphy Business OttawaDavid Holdsworth

    & Nicole SencalJacquelin Holzman

    & John RutherfordMargie & Jeff HooperDr. Brian & Alison IveyAnik G. JeanAnatol & Czeslawa KarkJohn & Angela KernickBeatrice Keleher-RaffoulDr. John Kershman

    & Ms. Sabina WasserlaufJohn Kingma & Hope FreebornChristine Langlois

    & Carl MartinFranois LapointeNicole LebufConrad LEcuyerDaryl LeitchLouis & Sonia LemkowShannon & Giles LeoHelen & Ken ListerJack LoganTess MacleanMariannes LingerieRoberto & Lucia MartellaJack & Dale McAuleyDoug & Claudia McKeenDorothy Milburn-SmithBruce R. MillerJ. David & Pamela MillerDr. William & Mrs. Nancy MillsJennifer Moore & Ken KaitolaDavid Nahwegahbow & Lois JacobsIn memory of

    Trong Nguyen & Naomi SunCedric & Jill NowellFranz Ohler

    In Memory of Jetje (Taty) Oltmans-Olberg

    John OsborneGiovanni & Siqin PariDre Odette PerronJustice Michael Phelan

    & Susan PhelanMrs. Dorothy PhillipsMatthew & Elena PowerDr. Wendy Quinlan-GagnonMaura Ricketts & Laurence HeadEric & Lois RidgenDavid & Anne RobisonMarianne & Ferdinand RoelofsElizabeth RoscoeHope Ross-PapezikGeorge & Carmelanna RuggieroEsther P. & J David RunnallsPierre SabourinDavid & Els SalisburyMr. & Mrs. Marcellin SavardUrs & Mait SchenkMr. & Mrs. Brian ScottFred Semerjian & Peggy SunCarolyn & Scott ShepherdJ. SinclairBrydon Smith & Ann ThomasSooters - Your Picture CentreJudith Spanglett & Michael R. HarrisPaul SparkesVictoria SteeleLiba & Paul StraznickyMr. & Mrs. Bruce TaylorDino TestaKenneth & Margaret TorranceEric VandenbergNancy & Wallace VroomanMs. Frances A. WalshIn memory of

    Thomas Howard WestranAlexandra Wilson & Paul Andr BarilMaxwell & Janice YaldenAnonymous /

    Donateurs anonymes (9)

    playwrights CirCle / CerCle du dramaturge

    Amazon.caBHP BillitonCalian Technologies Ltd.Cisco CanadaEncana CorporationEYGiant Tiger Stores Limited Great-West Life, London Life

    & Canada Life

    CORPORATE SUPPORTERS / SOUTIEN-ENTREPRISESHotel Indigo OttawaMagna International Inc.McGarry Family Chapels MTS Allstream Inc.Quebecor Media Inc. / Qubecor

    Mdia inc.SasktelShangri-La HotelsSt-Laurent Volvo

    Suncor Energy Inc.TELUSTotal E&P Canada Ltd.TransCanada CorporationWellington Financial LPAnonymous /

    Donateur anonyme (1)

  • Rob Marland, Royal LePage Performance Realty Julie Teskey Re/Max Metro City

    Jackie AdamoCavaliere / Chevalier Pasqualina

    Pat AdamoThe Estate of Dr. & Mrs. A.W. Adey Edward & Jane AndersonThe Bluma Appel National Arts Centre

    Trust / La Fiducie Bluma Appel du Centre national des Arts

    John ArnoldIn memory of Morris D. BakerDaryl M. Banke & P. Mark HusseyDavid BeattieMary B. BellDr. Ruth M. Bell, C.M.In memory of Bill BossM. G. CampbellBrenda CardilloRenate ChartrandThe Estate of Kate R. Clifford Michael & Beryl CorberPatricia CordingleyRobert & Marian CummingVicki CummingsDaugherty and Verma Endowment for

    Young Musicians/Fonds de dotation Daugherty et Verma pour jeunes musiciens

    Frances & John Dawson

    Rita G. de GuireThe Ann Diamond FundErdelyi Karpati Memorial FundRandall G. FillionClaire Watson FisherE.A. FlemingAudrey and Dennis Forster Endowment

    for the Development of Young Musicians from Ottawa/Fonds de dotation Audrey et Dennis Forster pour le dveloppement des jeunes musiciens dOttawa

    Paul Fydenchuk & Elizabeth MacfieSylvia Gazsi-Gill & John GillDavid A. GeorgeThe James Wilson Gill EstateEstate of Marjorie Goodrich Rebecca & Gerry GraceDarrell Howard Gregersen Choir Fund /

    Fonds pour choeurs Darrell-Howard-Gregersen

    Ms. Wendy R. HannaBill & Margaret HilbornDorothy M. HorwoodSarah Jennings & Ian JohnsHuguette JubinvilleMarcelle JubinvilleColette KletkeRosalind & Stanley Labow

    Frances LazarSonia & Louis LemkowPaul & Margaret MansonSuzanne Marineau Endowment for the

    Arts / Fonds de dotation Suzanne Marineau pour les arts

    Claire Marson - Performing Arts for All Endowment / Fonds de dotation Claire Marson pour les arts de la scne la porte de tous

    Dr. Kanta Marwah Endowment for English Theatre/ Fonds de dotation DreKanta Marwah pour le Thtre anglais

    Dr. Kanta Marwah Endowment for Music / Fonds de dotation Dre Kanta Marwah pour la musique

    Kenneth I. McKinlayJean E. McPhee and Sylvia M. McPhee

    Endowment for the Performing Arts/ Fonds de dotation Jean E. McPhee et Sylvia M. McPhee pour les arts de la scne

    Samantha MichaelRobert & Sherissa MicroysHeather MooreBarbara NewbeginJohan Frans OlbergA. Palmer

    The Elizabeth L. Pitney EstateSamantha PlavinsMichael PotterAileen S. RennieThe Betty Riddell EstateMaryse F. RobillardPatricia M. RoyGunter & Inge E. ScherrerDaniel Senyk & Rosemary MenkeThe Late Mitchell Sharp, P.C., C.C.

    & Mme Jeanne dArc SharpSandra Lee SimpsonMarion & Hamilton SouthamVictoria SteeleNatalie & Raymond SternHala TablElizabeth (Cardoza) TaylorLinda J. ThomsonBruce Topping and Marva BlackKenneth & Margaret TorranceElaine K. TostevinVernon & Beryl TurnerTyler Family Charitable FoundationJayne WatsonIn memory of Thomas Howard WestranAnonymous / Donateurs anonymes (28)

    ThE EmERITUS CIRCLE / LE CERCLE EmERITUSThe Emeritus Cirlce pays tribute to those who have left a legacy through a

    bequest in their Will or gift of life insurance. Le Cercle Emeritus rend hommage ceux et celles qui ont prvu un don pour lavenir sous forme de legs testamentaire ou de don de police dassurance-vie.

    CORPORATE CLUB / CLUB DES ENTREPRISESCorporate presenter / diffuseur - entreprises

    Corporate produCer / produCteur - entreprisesDNTW Ottawa LLP (Swindells & Wheatley) Logan Katz LLP Chartered Accountants

    Elite Draperies of Ottawa LtdFarrow Dreessen Architects Inc.Finlayson & SinglehurstHomestead Land Holdings Ltd.Hoskins Restoration Services Inc.

    Johnny Farina Casual Italian Eatery Bar and Lounge

    Marina Kun/Kun Shoulder RestL.W.I. Consulting Partners Inc.MHPM Project Managers Inc.

    Duncan Stewart & Rosemary DunneTartan Homes CorporationWall Space Gallery

    Corporate direCtors / metteur en sCne - entreprisesBulger YoungCanada Classic Car StorageCapital Gain Accounting ServicesConcentric Associates International

    Incorporated

    Corporate maestro / maestro - entreprises

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