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                  Welcome to our newest Cooperative Arts News affiliated arts group!
CAN member: Regal Opera Company
Contact: Pam Cochrane ( )

                                            The Regal Opera Company is performing
                                                Gilbert and Sullivan’s Mikado
                                                    on September 15 at 8:00 p.m.
                                                   and September 17 at 2:00 p.m.
This operetta is one of, if not, the best of Gilbert and Sullivan’s collaborations. The Mikado is all about British law, social custom, and so-
ciety, and has the exotic veil of Japanese trappings. Within this setting, we find a delightful love story and Three Little Maids from
School! There are beheadings (on paper), court intrigue, unrequited love, and yes, of course, Yum-Yum does marry Nanki-poo. Come
and enjoy this well-written, comical operetta.

The Star-Telegram will present the production at the Colleyville Center, 5301 Riverwalk Dr. in Colleyville.

Tickets are: $12 for adults, $10 for seniors 65 and over/students/ and children under 12, $8 for groups of 10 or more.

Call 817-788-9973 for tickets.

Refreshments are sponsored by Hot Chocolates of Hurst.

Since 1994, The Regal Opera Company has provided a place for local professional talent to perform for the community. Regal has en-
joyed making the majesty of opera more accessible and affordable to everyone.

For more information on the Regal Opera Company please visit our web site at

                 Welcome to our newest Cooperative Arts News affiliated arts group!
CAN member: Lyric Stage
Contact: Steven Jones (

                                             MURDER AT THE MEYERSON

                  BER 12, 2006 AT DALLAS’ MEYERSON SYMPHONY CENTER
DALLAS, Texas – Since 1994, New Yorkers have been serenaded by New York City Center's Encores!® Great American Musicals in
Concert, a celebration of the rarely-heard works of America's most important composers and lyricists. Until now, Dallas audiences have
not had that opportunity. That changes on Tuesday, September 12, 2006, when Lyric Stage presents Stephen Sondheim’s SWEENEY
TODD in the glorious Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center.

“SWEENEY TODD is the rare instance of a musical thriller, and north Texas audiences will get to experience it the way it was meant to
be performed,” said Steven Jones, Founding Producer of Lyric Stage. “The 35-member cast and 35-piece orchestra, which will soar in
the acoustically spectacular hall, are sure to present the concert event of the season.”

Composer/lyricist Stephen Sondheim and book writer Hugh Wheeler’s chilling, suspenseful, heart-pounding SWEENEY TODD recounts
the murderous barber-ism and culinary crime of the unjustly exiled barber who returns to 19th century London seeking revenge against
the lecherous judge who framed him and ravaged his young wife. His thirst for blood soon expands to include his unfortunate customers,
and the resourceful proprietress of the pie shop downstairs soon has the people of London lining up in droves with her mysterious new
meat pie recipe!

“Although sophisticated and macabre, SWEENEY TODD nevertheless has a great sense of fun, mixing intense drama with howling
funny moments of dark humor,” Jones added. “Audiences will find themselves laughing hysterically one moment and gasping in surprise
the next.”

The original production of SWEENEY TODD opened March 1, 1979, at Broadway’s Uris Theatre (now the Gershwin) and ran for 557
performances, winning 9 Tony Awards, including Best Musical. The current Broadway revival, starring Patti LuPone and Michael
Cerveris, opened November 3, 2005, and is still running at Broadway’s Eugene O’Neill Theatre.

Julie Johnson and Greg Dulice will star as Mrs. Lovett and Sweeney Todd in Lyric Stage’s production. The cast includes Dara White-
head Allen as Johanna, Shane Peterman as Anthony, Michael J. Ross as Tobias, Jeffrey Snider as Judge Turpin, Jackson Ross Best,
Jr. as Pirelli Stephen Austin as the Beadle and Miranda Lind as the Beggar Woman. The principals will be joined by a 27-member cho-
rus and 35-piece Lyric Stage orchestra under the baton of conductor Jay Dias. Cheryl Denson will stage this special concert event.

SWEENEY TODD will play one performance only at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center, 2301 Flora Street in the Arts District on
September 12 @ 8:00 PM. Tickets are priced from $20-$45 and are available online at or by calling the box office @

Founded in 1993, Lyric Stage is Dallas County's only locally produced, professional musical theater company. Under Founding Producer
Steven Jones' leadership, it has become north Texas' most honored theater, winning 30 Dallas Theatre League Leon Rabin Awards and
a special citation from the Dallas Theatre Critics Forum for excellence and innovation. Lyric Stage is dedicated to the development and
preservation of the American musical. More information can be found by visiting or by calling 972-594-1904.

CAN member: Aria Chamber Chorus
Contact: Kristin Moore(

                                    ARIA CHAMBER CHORUS
                             AUDITION ANNOUNCEMENT FOR 2006-07

                                           AUDITION DATES:
                                      Sunday, September 3, 3-5 p.m.
                                     Saturday, September 9, 1-3 p.m
                          (Arrangements can be made for alternate times, if needed)
                            To set up an audition, call Susan at: (972)393 5251

                                          The audition will consist of:
                                            Singing basic vocalises
                                         A short sight-reading exercise
                              An aria or hymn prepared by the auditioning singer
                                    Please bring music for the accompanist

                                      Rehearsal & Audition Location:
                                       The Church at Hackberry Creek
                                     2000 Kinwest Parkway, Irving, Texas

                   Directions: From LBJ (635), take Beltline into Irving. Turn left at Regent.
                     Turn left at the stop sign at Kinwest Parkway. Church is on the right
                            by Las Colinas Elementary School. (MAPSCO 11A-Y)
                                    Rehearsals held Sundays, 3:00-5:00 p.m.

                          Voices of Distinction for the Northwest Dallas Communities

CAN member: Fine Arts Chamber Players
Contact: Habib Loriot-Bettaieb(

                                     FINE ARTS CHAMBER PLAYERS
                               THE 2006-2007 BANCROFT FAMILY CONCERTS

DALLAS – Fine Arts Chamber Players (FACP) announces the free 2006-2007 Bancroft Family Concerts at the Dallas Mu-
seum of Art. This series of seven (7) free chamber music concerts will be held from October through May on Saturday after-
noons at 3:00 p.m. in Horchow Auditorium. The Dallas Museum of Art is located at 1717 North Harwood in the Arts District.
Admission to the concerts is free and requires no reservations. Auditorium doors open at 2:30 p.m. for all concerts. For
more information, please call 214.520.2219 or visit

The 2006-2007 Bancroft Family Concerts dates are:
October 28:    The October Trio, dynamic musicians from the Dallas Symphony Orchestra and the University of North
               Texas faculty, perform music for harp, flute and viola
November 25: Tom Demer’s Country Chamber Orchestra performs music from Bach to country fiddlin’
January 27:    Graeme Jenkins conducts Dallas Opera musicians in works of Wagner and Bartok
February 24:   Dallas Symphony Orchestra violinist Maria Schleuning performs music of Beethoven
March 24:      John Holt, Principal Trumpet of The Dallas Opera Orchestra leads an eight member trumpet ensemble in
               music ranging from the Renaissance to a bit of jazz
April 21:      Dallas Symphony Orchestra cellist Jolyon Pegis and friends perform an all Brahms chamber music program
May 19:        Dancers join FACP musicians in a program featuring baroque works

Fine Arts Chamber Players’ Bancroft Family Concerts are made possible in part by the Sue & Christopher Bancroft Family,
the City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs (OCA), TACA, the Texas Commission on the Arts (TCA) and WRR‑FM Classical

For over a quarter of a century, FACP has presented free classical music programs for the enrichment of North Texas area
residents. Concerts annually showcase over fifty outstanding Metroplex professional musicians. In addition to the free Ban-
croft Family Concerts, FACP presents the free Basically Beethoven Festival in July. Each year, FACP’s educational out-
reach programs, Dream Collectors and Community Classics, provide over 100 free performances in area public schools.

CAN member: Ivy Camerata Orchestra
Contact: Elizabeth McCoy (

CAN member: Ivy Camerata Orchestra
Contact: Elizabeth McCoy (

CAN member: Contemporary Chorale
Contact: Diane Downey (

                                     Women's Voices Wanted
The Contemporary Chorale, a volunteer women’s chorus, is currently inviting new members. If you enjoy singing
and light choreography, please come visit and sing with us on Tuesday, September 12, 2006, at 9:30 A.M. at Park
Central Baptist Church, 7777 LBJ Freeway at Coit Road in Dallas. For additional information call 972-999-1335.

CAN member: Laura Ainsworth
Contact: Pat Reeder (

                                        "Cole Porter: Elegance & Decadence"
                                                     Fri. Sept. 22

Stone Street Theatre in downtown Dallas proudly welcomes back singer/comedian Laura Ainsworth and singer/pianist Michael Gott in
their elegant, Manhattan-style Cole Porter revue. Featuring many of Porter's greatest standards, his most romantic ballads, and his witti-
est comic songs. Due to popular demand, even more great songs have been added since
their last, sold-out appearance.

$15 cover. Doors open at 7:30 for bar service, show at 8. Stone Street Theatre is at 109 Stone Plaza in downtown Dallas, across Main
from Neiman's. The door is next to Campisi's, and the theatre is on the second floor. Valet parking available on Main, and many great
restaurants are within walking distance.

The last appearance sold out, so please call ahead for
reservations: 469-619-2609. For more info, visit

CAN member: Preston Hollow Presbyterian Church
Contact: Sharon Taylor (

CAN member: Labyrinth Theatre
Contact: Laurel Ruff (


Richardson, TX - The Labyrinth Theatre announces the first production in its 2006/2007 season of thought
                      provoking and intellectually challenging theatre:

                                           The Sisters Rosensweig
                                                  By Wendy Wasserstein
                                                  Directed by Kevin L. Ash

              The Sisters Rosensweig is a play about 3 sisters who come together for the eldest’s 54th birthday party. This
              comedy of family and identity deals with the lives of the three sisters (and one teen daughter) and their jour-
              ney to discover or rediscover who they are. Through their interactions with a renowned London director
              (dating the sister Pheni), Tom the teenage freedom fighter, Merv the world leader in synthetic animal protec-
              tive covering (fake furs), and an upper crust British gentleman, they finally come to terms with who they are,
              who they think they should be, and ultimately rediscover the spiritual core they seek. This Wendy Wasser-
              stein favorite will benefit cancer research in honor of her passing this year.
              **This play is appropriate for junior high students through adult.

              The Labyrinth Theatre is a professional, not for profit theatre founded to promote philosophical, ideological
              and theological thought and discussion. The Labyrinth Theatre operates under a Small Professional Theatre
              Contract with Actors’ Equity Association.

When:           August 24 – September 16, 2006
              Thursday through Saturday evenings 7:30 pm, Saturday matinees 3:00 pm

Where:         The Labyrinth Theatre – 1400 W. Arapaho Rd. (at Coit), Richardson, TX 75080

Cost:           Tickets range from $12 to $25. Discounts for seniors, students and groups are available. Patrons who
              also make a tax-deductible contribution to The Labyrinth Theatre receive many additional benefits, such as
              reserved seating and invitations to private dinners and receptions.

For more information, visit The Labyrinth Theatre web site at, contact The Labyrinth Thea-
tre Box Office at (972) 231-1012, or go to the Box Office at Arapaho United Methodist Church, 1400 W. Arapaho Road (at
Coit), Richardson, TX 75080.

CAN member: Jim R. Henderson Garland Chorale
Contact: Jim R. Henderson (

                          The Jim R. Henderson Garland Chorale is beginning its 12th year
                            by inviting anyone interested in singing beautiful choral music
                                                 to visit our rehearsals

                                          September 4 and September 11,
                                               7:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.

                                          at First United Methodist Church,
                                             801 W. Ave. B in Garland.

                                      For more information, call 972-495-6455.

CAN member: Plano Civic Chorus
Contact: Mary Joyner (

CAN member: Chamber Music International
Contact: Pat Fox (

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                                     For a limited time through
                  August 15th Extended until August 31st! Last Chance Opportunity!
                              buy any 2006-2007 season ticket package
                       and enjoy special “Summer Sizzler” pricing of 15% off
                                   our regular single-ticket prices.
                               Single Ticket Prices are $30 adult, $23 senior, and $10 student
                                  Season Ticket Packages are for 6, 5, or 4 concert series
                                 Or bring the entire family* for just $50 per individual concert
                                             *includes one or two adults and all immediate family children

                            Tickets may be purchased by calling the CMI office at 972-385-7267
                                Or e-mail Pat Fox at
Concert 1 – Caruth Auditorium on the SMU Campus, Saturday, September 23, 8 PM

      Cafe Music (1947)                          Paul Schoenfield
      Navarra                                    Pablo de Sarasate
      Sonata No. 3 in C Minor                    Edvard Greig
      Piano Quartet in Eb Major, Op. 87          Antonín Dvořák

           Nai-Yuan Hu and Jun Iwasaki — Violins, Jun Iwasaki — Viola, Ko Iwasaki — Cello, Gustavo Romero — Piano

Join us for a visit to a French Cabaret, on to Gypsy Virtuosos in Spain, a scintillating detour to Norway, and finish in a charming Bohe-
mian Salon.

Concert 2—Caruth Auditorium on the SMU Campus, Saturday, October 28, 8 PM
          Countrywide Theatre at the Eisemann Center, Sunday, October 29, 2:30 PM

      Primavera Porteña                                   Astor Piazzolla
      Sonata in G Minor for Violin and Piano              Claude Debussy
      Alborada del gracioso                               Maurice Ravel
      Fantasy on Themes from Bizet’s “Carmen”             Pablo de Sarasate
      Piano Trio in E Minor, Op. 90, “Dumky”              Antonín Dvořák

                         Jon Nakamatsu — Piano, Frederieke Saeijs — Violin, Jungshin Lim Lewis — Cello

Enjoy some Latin dances, Debussy’s last and most intimate work, the passions of “Carmen” and Sarasate, and the ever-changing emo-
tions of Dvorak’s “Dumky”, performed by Gold Medalists of the Van Cliburn (USA), Jacques Thibaud (France) and Dong-Ah (Korea) In-
ternational Competitions.

Concert 3---St. Barnabas Presbyterian Church, Richardson Saturday, December 9, 8 PM
    Sonata da Camera for Flute, Cello and Piano Gabriel Pierné
    String Quintet in A Major, Op. 18            Felix Mendelssohn
    Piano Quartet in A Major, Op. 26             Johannes Brahms

                             Alexander Moutouzkine — Piano, Carmit Zori and Philip Lewis — Violins,
                       Atar Arad and Susan Dubois — Violas, Norman Fischer — Cello, James Scott — Flute

The French wit of Gabriel Pierné, the charm of one of Mendelssohn’s greatest chamber works, and the exquisite beauty of Brahms’s Pi-
ano Quartet combine with seven Great Artists to create a delicious and unforgettable evening.

Concert 4--- Countrywide Theatre at the Eisemann Center, Sunday, February 4, 7:30 PM
   Sonate for Cello and Piano       Claude Debussy
   Partita for Violin and Piano     Zhou Long
   Secluded Orchid                  Zhou Long
   Piano Trio in D Minor, Op. 49    Felix Mendelssohn

                                  Cho-Liang Lin — Violin, Hai-Ye Ni — Cello, Helen Huang — Piano

Violinist Cho-Liang Lin — one of the world’s most distinguished Concert Artists, Hai-Ye Ni- — newly-appointed Principal Cellist of the
Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra, and Helen Huang — soloist with major orchestras throughout the world perform French Impression-
ism, Modern Chinese, and the beloved “Mendelssohn D Minor”.

Concert 5--- Countrywide Theatre at the Eisemann Center, Friday, March 9, 8 PM
             Caruth Auditorium on the SMU Campus, Saturday, March 10, 8 PM

      String Quartet #2 in A Minor, Op. 35   Anton Arensky
      Sonata #2 in D Major, Op. 94b          Serge Prokofiev

      Piano Quintet in F Minor, Op. 34       Johannes Brahms

                               Paul Rosenthal and Philip Lewis — Violins, Yuval Gotlibovitch—Viola,
                              Jungshin Lim Lewis and Nathaniel Rosen — Celli, Alessio Bax — Piano

The best of two Post-Romantic Russians and the greatest Piano Quintet ever written.

Concert 6— Caruth Auditorium on the SMU Campus, Friday, April 13, 8 PM

Chamber Music International is proud to present Legendary Pianist Leon Fleisher in a spectacular and rare Recital Appearance. The
New York Post has called Fleisher –“the greatest American pianist of this or any other time”. Mr. Fleisher has performed recent world-
wide tours to great acclaim.

      Capriccio on the Departure of the Dearly-Beloved Brother              J.S. Bach
      Serenade en Là                                                        Igor Stravinsky
      Chromatic Fantasy and Fugue                                           J.S. Bach

                                                         Leon Fleisher — Piano

      Sonata #3 in D Minor, Op. 108                                         Johannes Brahms

                                             Bion Tsang — Cello, Leon Fleisher — Piano

                                              Program & Artists are subject to change.
                                             Chamber Music International Is Sponsored in Part By:

CAN member: Theatre Britain
Contact: Sue Birch (

                                                   THEATRE BRITAIN

                                          It's our third annual fundraiser!

Old Time Music Hall is the British version of vaudeville. Join us for songs,
sketches & novelties in the old-fashioned style.

If you've been before you'll remember such classics as The Five Minute
Gone With The Wind, Macbeth - The Panto, the great singing (and sing-
along), and the Humongously Hearty Hospitality Of The Contagiously
Cheerful Chairman.

Friday September 1 & Saturday September 2

At the Trinity River Arts Center
2600 N Stemmons Frwy #180, Dallas, TX 75207

Directions to the theatre

All tickets are $15.

Call to make your reservation at (972) 490-4202.

Theatre Britain - The Best of British

CAN member: Highlander Concert Series
Contact: Walter Gast (

Enjoy a once-in-a-lifetime musical encounter, with virtuoso performances of great works by Johann Sebastian
Bach, Felix Mendelssohn, Thierry Escaich, Louis Vierne and Alexandre Guilmant. To learn more about Stephen
Tharp or the Highlander Concert Series and its entire 2006-2007 season, visit

                                                     - PLUS -
                                               'INSIDE THE MUSIC'

Super-size your concert experience! Join Highland Park Presbyterian Church Organist Michael Shake for a lively
and informative introduction to the evening's music as well as HPPC's renowned 95-rank Casavant Frères pipe
organ before the concert at 6 p.m.

CAN member: Orpheus Chamber Singers
Contact: Kenton Kravig (

                                                Orpheus Chamber Singers
                                             Folk Songs of the World
Sunday, 24 September 2006, 8.00pm
University Park United Methodist Church, 4024 Caruth Boulevard at Preston, Dallas

                         Season Subscriptions: $80 Regular Admission / $65 Seniors Age 65 or better
                       Single Tickets: $22 Regular / $18 Seniors / $10 Students (thru college)
                       Priority Seating Single Tickets: $30 Regular /$25 Senior / $15 Students
                                     Call 214.546.1252 or visit

Join the exquisite voices of Orpheus for a program of tender American hymns, haunting Norwegian communion songs, rous-
ing arrangements by Paul Ben-Haim of Sephardic Jewish songs, popular Irish folk songs arranged by Percy Grainger, and
evocative settings of Japanese folk songs by Ko Matsushita. Travel the world with Orpheus in less than two hours!

Orpheus enters its twelfth season of bringing exceptional choral music to the metroplex, performed with professional polish
and joyous spirit. We aim to enrich, inspire and educate by providing exceptional performances of traditional and innovative
choral music from the past five centuries.

                                                      – ALL PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO CHANGE –

Orpheus Chamber Singers
     Is Sponsored in Part By:

CAN member: Texas Camerata
Contact: Lee Lattimore ( )

                                                      Kristin Van Cleve, Artistic Director

               Johann Sebastian Bach’s Mass in B Minor

              In Collaboration with Texas Choral Artists, Jerry McCoy, Director

                       Sunday, Sept. 17, 2006 7:30 p.m. First Presbyterian Church in Fort Worth
                                       (The Church is located at One Thousand Penn Street in Fort Worth)

Tickets are $80 for the season subscription, $60 for senior season subscriptions, $20 for individuals, $15 for seniors, $10 for Teachers with ID
and $5 for students. Tickets are available by phone 817-738-7939 or e-mail at Photos available upon request.

                                        Visit our updated website at

CAN member: Tuzer Ballet
Contact: Gary Grahnquist(

                                              Tuzer Ballet Company

                                                     presents the

                         11th Annual Richardson Fall Dance Festival entitled
                                       Dance “Made in Texas”
                                        at the Eisemann Performing Arts Center
                                          Saturday, October 7th, 2006 at 8 pm
                                                    Tickets $10-$20.

Earlier on the same day will be a special matinee performance designed for children, “Tuzerita sees the world,” which fea-
tures Tuzer Ballet dancers celebrating diversity with multi-cultural dances from around the world. The performance is at the
Eisemann Performing Arts Center, Saturday, October 7th, 2006 at 2 pm, $8.00 for general admission.

This is an annual event for Tuzer Ballet who have featured dances of everything from tap, modern, ballet, to classical. Tuzer
Ballet has expanded its scope to include “a little bit country” and is extremely excited about this boot scootin’ performance.
The festival which is intended to widen the audience vision of dance will now see how country music can be interpreted
through modern or classical dance. The festival also features performances by area guest artists and dance companies as
well as former Tuzer Ballet dancer Travis Morrison. If you missed last year’s Fall Festival performance, be sure not to miss
this one. It’s a must see.

The Tuzer Ballet is a non-profit, publicly supported organization created for the advance study, performance and apprecia-
tion of classical ballet. The art of dance gives structure, instills discipline and rewards with a sense of accomplishment.
Tuzer Ballet strives to preserve the beauty of dance, to serve the community by improving the quality of life and to advance
the art form of dance. Tuzer Ballet Dance center is located at 410 Glenville Richardson Texas.

         Tuzer Ballet, Inc., PO Box 831472, Richardson, Texas, 75083-1472, 972-783-1735,

CAN member: Richardson Community Band
Contact: George W. Jones (

                        Richardson Community Band Receives Challenge Grant
An anonymous friend of The Richardson Community Band has announced a $750 matching challenge grant to the organiza-
tion. Every dollar collected from advanced season tickets sales to the band’s 2006-2007 Eisemann Concert Series and/or
cash donations will be matched dollar for dollar up to $750. The challenge grant will end on September 1.

Season tickets will be sold at the band’s remaining two outdoor Summer Series Concerts on July 30th and August 13th.
Cash donations toward the challenge will also be accepted at these concerts. Individual Season Tickets (4 concerts) are
$24.00 for adults and $16.00 for children (K-12) and senior citizens. A season ticket for a family of 4 is $60.00.

Donations can also be made from the RCB website at ( using Paypal. All of these do-
nations will also be matched dollar for dollar.

Tickets for the concert series can also be purchased at the Eisemann Ticket Office, on the Internet
( or by telephone (972-744-4650). Tickets will be available online on August 14, 2006.

For additional information, the public is invited to call the Richardson Community Band Hotline at 972-673-8256 or visit the
band’s web site at

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Approximate Distribution: over 3,100 and growing!
Current Member Organizations:          Contact:                 Contact e-mail:                                Web Addres:
Aria Chamber Chorus                    Kristin Moore        
Arts District Chorale                  Tonya Assid                  
Chamber Music International            Pat Fox          
CVC Family Music Theatre               Jonna Fernandez                 
Canyon Creek Presbyterian Church Choir David Witherspoon                 
Contemporary Chorale                   Diane Downey                    
Dallas Bach Society                    Tonya Assid              
DART                                   Tasha Lowery   
Fine Arts Chamber Players              Habib Loriot-Bettaieb     
Garland Summer Musicals                Patty Granville
Giocoso String Quartet                 David Witherspoon
Highland Park Chorale                  Nicky Bell                   
Highlander Concert Series              Walter Gast            
IISD Fine Arts Faculty                 Dr. Alfred Green
Irving Chorale                         Pam Engman                           
Ivy Camerata Orchestra                 Elizabeth McCoy                   
Jim R. Henderson Garland Chorale       Jim R. Henderson               
Lake Music                               Andrew Fullford                  
Laura Ainsworth-“My Ship Has Sailed”     Pat Reeder            
Lu Mitchell                              Lu Mitchell                   
Lyric Stage                              Steven Jones                   
Men of Note                              David Wagner               
New Philharmonic Orchestra of Irving     Otto Crumroy                      
Orpheus Chamber Singers                  Kenton Kravig
Plano Civic Chorus                       Mary Joyner                   
Preston Hollow Presbyterian Church Choir Sharon Taylor        
Pro Musica Chamber Music                 David Witherspoon
Regal Opera Company                      Pam Cochrane              
Richardson Arts Alliance                 Pat Fox      
Rich-Tones                               Marlys Damman                      
The Creative Arts Jazz Orchestra         Pat Fox                      
The Labyrinth                            Laurel Ruff        
The Living Opera                         Michael Chadwick         
The New Philharmonic Chamber Players David Witherspoon
The Richardson Community Band            George W. Jones  
The Sonny Rios Voice Studios             Sonny Rios                     
Tech Tones                               Anne White   
Texas Camerata                           Lee Lattimore                      
Texas Wind Symphony                      Nancy Walker 
Theatre Britain                          Sue Birch            
Theatre Three Dallas                     Kimberly Richard          
Tuzer Ballet                             Gary Grahnquist           
Zion Lutheran Church                     Sam Eatherton            

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