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        Atlanta Community Symphony Orchestra
                  Juan R. Ramírez, Artistic Director & Conductor
                     List of Contributors 2008-2009

Champion ($25,000 and above) Supporter ($250 - $499)
                              Mr. and Mrs. Ed Jacobson
Sustainer ($10,000 - $24,999) Mr. Ron Bradley
Pacesetter ($5,000 - $9,999)  Donor ($100 - $249)
John H. and Wilhelmina D.
                                               Bagel Palace Deli and Bakery
 Harland Charitable Foundation Inc.
                                               The Buckhead Youth Orchestra
Benefactor ($2,500 - $4,999)                   Mr. Joe Butler
Atlanta Music Club                             Mr. Stephen Cassola
                                               Mr. & Mrs. James W. Coclin
Contributor ($1,000 - $2,499)                  Mrs. Kathleen Crawford
Atlanta Bureau of Cultural Affairs
                                               Four Seasons Chamber Orchestra
Mr. Don Hough
                                               Emile Baran Violins
Sponsor ($750 - $999)                          Ms. Stacy Jamison
Ms. Kim Johnson                                La Raine’s Bridal Boutique
                                               Robert and Vicky Pasmanick of RE/MAX
Patron ($500 - $749)                           Greater Atlanta
Architectural Accents-Architectural Antiques   Stephanie Voss Violins
 and Decorative Accessories-Design             Mr. Tuan Tran
 and Development                               Dr. Marvin R. Winter, D.D.S.
Mrs. Jeanne de Boer                            Williams Gengakki Violins
Mrs. Irene Constinides                         Mrs. Martha Woodruff
Gaslowitz Frankel, L.L.C.                      Mr. Norman Zoller
Huthmaker Violins
                                               The Judy Latz Memorial
Corporate Matching Gifts*                      Fund
Memorial Gifts                                 Mrs. Jean Russ

Chair Endowment Fund                           Anonymous Gifts
                                                              To make a tax-deductible donation,
Friend ($25 - $99)                                            or to contact the ACSO:
Alon’s Bakery                 Ms. Sonja Lopez                 Lisa Ellinger
American Roadhouse            Mrs. Ann Moceyunas              General Manager
Atlanta Wine Ensemble         Ms. Tomoko Morikawa
                                                              404-246-0393 office
Mrs. Manuela Bornstein        Mrs. Laura Nagel
                                                              404-806-0509 fax
Ms. Dione Brooks              Ms. Jennifer Nickell
Ms. Carolyn Butcher           Pablo Alfaro Violins
Mr. Christian Chavez          Mr. & Mrs. Mark Richardson VI
Ms. Amy Cheben                Mrs. Allison Romm
Mr. Jeff Daniel               Mrs. Amy Ross
Mrs. Patricia Emerson         Ms. Lauren Sands
Mrs. Jessica Felfoldi         Mr. Richard Schulman
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gaston   SHAKTIgem
Mr. Scott Glazer              Mr. & Mrs. Willie D. Slayton
Mrs. Liesl Hagan              Ms. Carole Smiley
Hammersmith                   String Theory
Mrs. PJ Hooper                Ms. Maureen Sutherland
Hutchins & Rea                Mr. Ameer Tavakoli
Mr. Charlie Jaret             Mrs. Ellie Van Patten
Mrs. Betsy Kagey              Mr. Mike Pearlman
Mrs. Janice Lemaire           Mr. Kenn Wagner
Ms. Debra Lesin               Mrs. Angeline Wamberg
Mrs. Shira Levetan            Mrs. Debbi Whiting
Mrs. Elizabeth Levin          Dr. Martin Winter
Ms. Teree LeSuer
    Please join us for our next concert
                         winter concert:
               Music from the Old & New Worlds
     Brahms: Concerto for Violin and Cello in A Major, Op. 95
           Maureen Conlon Gutierrez, violin
                 � Kathryn Bates, cello
Dvorák: Symphony No. 9 “From The New World” in G Major, Op. 95
     Dvorák: Slavonic Dance No. 2 in E Minor, Op. 72

      Kathryn Bates, cello                Maureen Conlon Gutierrez, violin
                 Sunday, December 14th at 3:30 PM
                    Wieuca Road Baptist Church
               3296 Peachtree Road NE • Atlanta, GA 30326
                         Free Admission

     Atlanta Community Symphony Orchestra
             Juan R. Ramírez, Artistic Director and Conductor
                Atlanta Symphonic Music Revisited
                                     by Juan R. Ramírez
            The Inception of a Symphony Orchestra in Atlanta

In the year 1939, four attempts to establish a symphony orchestra in Atlanta failed for various
reasons. At that time the instrumental music departments in the public schools were training
two different ensembles. They were called the In-and-About Atlanta Orchestra, a
combination of two musical groups from a high school band and a junior string ensemble.
From 1939 to 1944 the work of both of these ensembles culminated in a unified spring concert.

In 1942, violinist Ruth Margaret Kern came to Atlanta. She became a teacher in the city of
Atlanta public school music program, devoting 28 years of teaching to many students until
her retirement in 1970. She was encouraged by Marsha Weissgerber to help start a symphony
orchestra composed of high school students. She supported the group known as the In-
and- About Atlanta Orchestra. They rehearsed each Saturday morning on the 2nd floor
of the Cable Piano Company which was on Peachtree Street across from Macy’s. In 1940,
while attending the Music Educators National Convention in Los Angeles, Ms. Kern came to
know conductor Henry Sopkin of the Woodrow Wilson Junior College in Chicago. In 1943,
the Atlanta Board of Education hired Mr. Sopkin to conduct the In-and-About Atlanta
Orchestra and paid Mr. Sopkin’s expenses for the 1943 premiere orchestra concert.

In 1944, the name of the In-and-About Atlanta Orchestra was changed to the Atlanta
Youth Symphony. The credit goes to three wonderful women: Anne Grace O’Callaghan,
music supervisor for the Atlanta High Schools, Marcia Weissgerber, a music teacher at Girl’s
High School and first conductor of the In-and–About Atlanta Orchestra, and Josephine
O’ Sanders, 14th President of the Atlanta Music Club (1944-1946).

The Atlanta Music Club was founded in 1915 and is the oldest chartered non-profit music
organization in Atlanta. They sponsored their first orchestral concert on February 4, 1945,
featuring the Atlanta Youth Orchestra. An audience of 5,000 attended to hear these
youths perform in the Municipal Auditorium. The Atlanta Music Club engaged Henry
Sopkin, a conductor, violinist, composer and educator, known for his outstanding work with
youth orchestras in the mid-west. Later that same year, the Atlanta Music Club board voted
to underwrite Mr. Sopkin’s salary to serve in Atlanta between September, 1945 and April,
1946, rehearsing the orchestra and performing four annual concerts, one of them for children
as a civic gift to the city. The Atlanta Music Club formed a Symphony Guild to assist with
other expenses and to serve as a nucleus for a civic symphony orchestra. They received their
corporate charter on September 20, 1945.

In 1947 the name of the Atlanta Youth Symphony was changed to the Atlanta Symphony
Orchestra (ASO). Its debut performance was on January 19, 1947 under the baton of Henry
Sopkin. Henry Sopkin served as the first conductor of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra
(ASO) and remained for nearly 20 years.

The 1949-1950 concert season marked a bright milestone in the progress of the Atlanta
Symphony Orchestra. The 10-concert season opened with 4,000 ticket holders and
a gratifying number of Guild memberships. This combined support provided a basis for
eventual financial security.
                                             Kenn Wagner, first violinist with the Atlanta        Henry Sopkin retired in 1966. His successor was Robert Shaw, who conducted the first
                                             Symphony Orchestra, began focusing his studies       symphony concert of his tenure in 1967. Mr. Shaw was succeeded by Yoel Levi in 1988. In
                                             toward a musical career at age thirteen, after       2001, Robert Spano was hired as Music Director and Conductor of the Atlanta Symphony
                                             soloing with the New Orleans and Arlington,          Orchestra.
                                             Virginia Symphonies. Driven to play in a great
                                             orchestra someday, he trained under Joseph
                                                                                                                 The Birth of the Atlanta Community
                                                                                                                        Symphony Orchestra
                                             Gingold, former Concertmaster of the Cleveland
                                             Orchestra, and Vernon Summers, violinist with        In the summer of 1957, Mrs. Charles Chalmers, President of the Atlanta Music Club (1956-
                                             the National Symphony. Before graduating from        1960), asked Mrs. Ruth Dabney Allen what the Atlanta Music Club could do to further the
                                             Indiana University, he won his first position with   progress of talented young students in Atlanta. “Provide a local orchestra” was Mrs. Allen’s
                                             the New Jersey Symphony. While finishing his         answer. Along with Mrs. Chalmers and Mrs. Allen, Miss Kern was a supporter of this idea
                                             Bachelors Degree, playing with New Jersey, and       and emphasized that it was the responsibility of the teachers of the city to see that serious
                                             substituting in the Baltimore Symphony, Kenn         students and adults had an opportunity to rehearse and perform. An ensemble of seventeen
                                             auditioned and joined the Atlanta Symphony           players convened to explore the possibilities for such an orchestra at the home of Mrs. Andrew
                                             in 1994, with the aid of coaching from William       Fairlie. That fall an invitation was issued to Atlanta musicians for the newly formed Atlanta
                                             Steck, Concertmaster of the National Symphony.       Community Symphony Orchestra. The Atlanta Community Symphony Orchestra made
                                             With his dream realized, he has enjoyed              its concert debut on May 12, 1958 under the baton of Harry Kruger.
                                             substituting with chamber music groups such as
                                                                                                  The Atlanta Community Orchestra (ACSO) was founded in 1958 as a division of the
The Riverside Chamber Players, The Atlanta Chamber Players, fundraising concerts with the         Atlanta Music Club. The orchestra was formed to provide an opportunity for instrumentalists
Georgian Chamber Players, and Awadagin Pratt’s Next Generation festival. Kenn has appeared        to perform orchestral literature. During the mid 1950’s suitable opportunities for playing
as soloist and concertmaster with the Atlanta Community Symphony Orchestra, performing            in an orchestra were almost non-existent. The serious young music student and the adult
the Barber, Tchaikovsky, Brahms, and Glazanov violin concertos with a reengagement this           instrumentalist could not find an orchestral ensemble in Atlanta.
season performing the Beethoven concerto. Last season he also joined the Camerata at
Kennesaw University as soloist performing the Haydn C Major concerto. Mr. Wagner has              The newly formed orchestra immediately provided gifted musicians an opportunity to rehearse
served as Acting Assistant Concertmaster for Atlanta Symphony Orchestra during the 2004-          and perform with a full sized symphony on a volunteer basis. Its membership today includes
05 season and has been Principal Second and Assistant Concertmaster of the Wintergreen            over 80 members; advanced music students, amateurs, music teachers, semi-professional and
Music Festival in Wintergreen, Virginia.                                                          former professional musicians.

                                            �                                                     The ACSO provides the citizens of metro Atlanta and other Georgia cities over six symphonic
                                                                                                  concerts a year at no admission charge. The Atlanta Community Symphony Orchestra
                                                                                                  joined the American Symphony Orchestra League in April 1978 and is still a current member.
The Atlanta Community Symphony Orchestra is funded in part by the Atlanta Music Club,
the City of Atlanta Bureau of Cultural Affairs, the Fulton County Commission under the            Founding members of the Atlanta Community Symphony Orchestra:
guidance of the Fulton County Arts Council, and the Georgia Council for the Arts through
appropriations of the Georgia General Assembly.
                                                                                                           Mrs. Roger Allen                        Mrs. Alex C. King
We gratefully acknowledge the assistance of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Community                       Mrs. Charles Chalmers                   Miss Annie Grace O’ Callaghan
Outreach Program, First Baptist Church of Decatur, First Baptist Church of Hapeville, North                Mrs. J. O. Cobb                         Mrs. James O’Hear Sanders
                                                                                                           Mrs. Harold Cooledge                    Mr. Donovan Schumacher
Atlanta High School, Wieuca Road Baptist Church, Northwest Presbyterian Church, and
                                                                                                           Mrs. J. Lee Edwards                     Mr. B. Owen Seitz
Shearith Israel Synagogue which provide rehearsal and performance facilities, the American                 Mrs. Andrew Fairlie                     Mr. Henry Sopkin
Federation of Musicians for professional assistance, and Constance McManus, Attorney at                    Mrs. Tom Hutchenson                     Mrs. Herbert Taylor
Law, for services related to the Friends of the Orchestra Drive.                                           Mrs. Joy Ruth Kemp                      Mrs. Julian Uhry
                                                                                                           Miss. Ruth Kern
                                                                                   the National Endowment for the Arts, Arts International – The Fund for U.S. Artists at
The Atlanta Community Symphony Orchestra Conductors:                               International Festivals and Exhibitions, and the U.S. Information Agency - Arts America
      1958-1961   Harry Kruger           1994-1998     John Morrison               Program. He was a member of the Cultural Olympiad Advisory Council, and served on
      1961-1964   Richard E Sieber       1998-1999     Charles W. Whittaker        the advisory boards of both the New World Symphony and the Chicago Civic Symphony
      1964-1975   Joseph M. Kirschner 1999             Guest Conductor: Alford     Orchestra National Advisory Council and the International Village Cultural & Community
      1975-1987   John N. Demos+                       Duckett                     Center. He is the founder of the Hispanic Festival of the Arts, and Casa de la Cultura de
      1987        Lynn Thompson          2000          Julian Shew / Alan Raines   Atlanta. Mr. Ramírez serves on the Advisory Board of Directors of CURE Childhood Cancer,
      1987-1991   Fyodor Cherniavsky 2000-present      Juan R. Ramírez             the Board of Governors of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, the Sphinx
      1991-1993   Lynn Thompson                                                    Organization Advisory Board, the Music Steering Committee of the William Breman Jewish
      1993-1994   Guest Conductors:                                                Heritage Museum. A frequent panelist and clinician, he served on the jury of the Sphinx 2000
                  John Morrison, John                  +Deceased                   Competition in Ann Arbor, Michigan and the 2002 Classical Nominations Review Committee
                  Head, Nikitas Demos,                                             for the Grammy Awards of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences in Santa
                  Mark Street, Beth Steele                                         Monica, California.

                                                                                   Mr. Ramirez founded the Buckhead Youth Orchestra in 2000, and serves as Artistic Director
                                                                                   and Conductor. Since 2000, he also serves as Music Director and Conductor of the Atlanta
                                                                                   Community Symphony Orchestra. He is a graduate of Leadership Atlanta, Class of 1999. Mr.
                                                                                   Ramírez was awarded the Martin Luther King, Jr., César Chávez, Rosa Parks Visiting
                                                                                   Professorship at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor and was invited to participate as
                                                                                   concertmaster at the 2003 Sphinx Orchestra. In 2004, Mr. Ramirez again served as
                                                                                   concertmaster of the Sphinx Orchestra where his composition Suite Latina was premiered and
                                                                                   he received the Presidential Chair from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

                                                                                   As a music advocator and educator this year Mr. Ramírez founded a new music program for
                                                                                   young children. Under the auspices of the Atlanta Virtuosi Foundation, Inc. Music for
                                                                                   Success! is an educational program in partnership with metro Atlanta educational institutions
                                                                                   to encourage and support artistic creativity for young elementary and middle schools children
                                                                                   of many backgrounds and to receive instrumental and orchestral string training by
                                                                                   professional musicians.

                                                                                   In January 2004, Mr. Ramirez was named the Lexus Leader of the Arts by WABE Public Radio
                                                                                   of Atlanta and WPBA Television for his outstanding contributions, his pursuit of
                                                                                   excellence in music and for his initiating and serving several community music organizations in
                                                                                   the arts community. In 2005, he was appointed Artist Affiliate Instructor of Strings at Reinhardt
                                                                                   College and Director of the Reinhardt Symphony Orchestra. Most recently, Mr. Ramirez
                                                                                   was nominated and awarded the 2006 Governor’s Award in the Humanities in recognition of
                                                                                   exemplary achievements that fostered an understanding of cultural traditions and values for
                                                                                   strengthened community, character, and citizenship in the state of Georgia. In January 2008,
                                                                                   Mr. Ramirez was in Detroit for the 11th Annual Sphinx Competition, where he also served as
                                                                                   concertmaster for the Sphinx Symphony. While in Detroit, he was honored by University of
                                                                                   Michigan President, Mary Sue Coleman, awarding him the honor of “Presidential Professor”.
                                                                                   The U of M “Presidential Professor” distinction is the highest honor given to visiting artists and
                                                                                   scholars, and recognizes distinguished individuals who have made extraordinary achievements.
                                          Juan R. Ramírez-Hernández, violinist/                            The Ruth Kern Young Artists Concerto Competition
                                          composer and founder of the Atlanta Virtuosi
                                          Foundation, Inc. began his studies in Mexico with              Ruth Margaret Kern was a school music teacher in Ohio for 11 years before coming to Atlanta in
                                          Ivo Valenti and Vladimir Vulfman. His studies                  1942 to teach music in the City of Atlanta’s public school music program. She taught for 28 years
                                          with Henryk Szeryng began at the age of fourteen,              until her retirement in 1970. She made a great impact on the development of many generations
                                          and continued as he became his principal mentor                of young musicians in the metro Atlanta area, many of whom have gone into the professional
                                          in Mexico, the U.S. and Europe. While in Boston                field of music or played in the Atlanta Community Symphony Orchestra. She graduated from
                                                                                                         the Cincinnati Music Conservatory and received her master’s degree in instrumental music
                                          attending the New England Conservatory of Music,
                                                                                                         from Ohio State University. While attending college, she played with the Cincinnati Symphony
                                          Mr. Ramírez was privileged to study with Joseph
                                                                                                         conducted by Fritz Reiner.
                                          Silverstein. In the symphony orchestra, he has played
                                          under Leonard Bernstein, Eric Leinsdorf, Colin Davis,          Miss Kern served in various capacities on the Board of Directors of the Atlanta Music Club
                                          William Steinberg, Leon Barzin, Bruno Maderna,                 and was a founder/playing member of the Atlanta Community Symphony Orchestra since
                                          Gunther Schuller and Seiji Ozawa. Service in the               its inception in 1958. In 1960, the Atlanta Music Club decided to honor her with the inception
                                          Boston and Pittsburgh Symphonies preceded his                  of the Ruth Kern Young Artists Competition. Now in its 35th year, this annual competition
                                          acceptance of a permanent position with the Atlanta            features major young talent and gives them a symphonic experience. Today, many of these
                                          Symphony Orchestra.                                            young concerto winners have been successful in their musical careers.

Prior to his residence in the United States, Mr. Ramírez toured Israel, Europe and Asia with the
Ballet Folklorico of Mexico, and was a member of the Xalapa Symphony, National University
Symphony, the Opera Orchestra and the National Symphony of Mexico.

While under the tutelage of the eminent pedagogue and conductor, Leon Barzin, Mr. Ramirez
was the recipient of both the Serge Koussevitsky and Leonard Bernstein Awards, and a prize-
winning violinist at the Berkshire Music Festival. The distinguished composer-conductor
Gunther Schuller says of Ramírez: “I have unqualified faith in Mr. Ramírez as a violinist and a
musical leader of great artistic integrity ...W hatever he undertakes is touched by quality...”
Presently, Mr. Ramirez conducts the Atlanta Community Symphony Orchestra.

Mr. Ramírez plays a number of instruments, including the guitar, mandolin and marimba, and
as a composer is noted for his compositions and arrangements commissioned by the Hispanic
Festival of the Arts. Influenced by his native land, “Suite Huasteca” for violin, strings, and guitar,
received critical acclaim both in Atlanta and in Mexico. He has also written numerous articles
in the field of ethno-musicology. His compositions include “Anahuac” for tenor, soprano, winds,
strings, guitar, harpsichord and pre-Colombian percussion, commissioned in 1993 by the
ACOG – Cultural Olympiad as part of ¡MEXICO! A Cultural Tapestry, and “Suite Criolla” for
chorus, narrator and orchestra, with tenor and soprano solo, premiered in 1995 at the
Hispanic Festival of the Arts. His composition, “Navidad Hispana” for solo guitar and
orchestra, was recently premiered by the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. His first string quartet
“Suite Latina” was commissioned by the Amelia Chamber Music Festival in 2001. “Suite
Latina” was world premiere in June of 2001 by members of the Amelia Chamber Music
Festival in Amelia Island, Florida.

Mr. Ramírez has been a member of the faculties of Georgia State University and Spelman
College, and has participated in music panels for DeKalb Council for the Arts, the Fulton
County Arts Council, Bureau of Cultural Affairs, City of Atlanta, Georgia Council for the Arts,
     Atlanta Community Symphony Orchestra                                        Atlanta Community Symphony Orchestra
          Juan R. Ramírez, Artistic Director and Conductor                                  Juan R. Ramírez, Artistic Director & Conductor
                                                                                                       2008-2009 season
                                                                        Violin I                       Cello                           Contrabassoon
   50th Anniversary Gala Concert                                        Bradley, Ron
                                                                        Bornstein, Manuela
                                                                                                       Crawford, Kathleen
                                                                                                       Daniel, Jeff, principal
                                                                                                                                       Phelps, Ryan, principal

         Saturday, November 15, 2008 at 7:30 PM                         Cassola, Stephen               Lee, Chung-Won                  French Horn
                                                                        Constantinides, Irene          Laminack, Jennifer              Enfinger, Steven
                                                                        Frankel, Craig,                Long, Tina                      Jamison, Robert
Atlanta Symphony Hall at the Woodruff Arts Center                         assistant concertmaster      Lopez, Sonja                    Jamison, Stacy
                                                                        Jacobson, Gloria               Moceyunas, Ann                  Laminack, Cindy
                                 �                                      Kagey, Betsy
                                                                        Morikawa, Tomoko
                                                                        Prasadh, Smitha
                                                                                                       Morris, Alanna
                                                                                                       Nagel, Laura                    Trumpet
                                                                                                                                       Eaker, Gayle
                                                                        Romm, Allison                  Bass                            Files, Scott
Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute) - Overture                 Mozart     Wagner, Kenn,
                                                                                                       Brown, Amy
                                                                                                       Cramer, Howard
                                                                                                                                       Kelly, Chris
                                                                                                                                       Miller, Yvonne, principal
                                                          (1756-1791)   Whiting, Debbi                 Glazer, Scott                   Myers, Kevin
                                                                        Woodruff, Martha,              House, Duane, principal         Sills, Chaz
                                                                          associate concertmaster      Pearlman, Mike
Violin Concerto in D Major, Op. 61                        Beethoven                                                                    Tuba
                                                          (1770-1827)   Violin II                      Harp                            Brown, R. Kevin
 Allegro ma non troppo                                                  Alfaro, Pablo                  Hagan, Liesl
                                                                        Brooks, Dione                                                  Trombone
 Larghetto                                                              Chavez, Christian              Piano                           Devine, Robert
                                                                        Devendorf, Karen               Kehwon, Jenny Baik              Gareau, Larry
 Rondo: Allegro                                                         Emerson, Patricia                                              Hestin, Tim
                                                                        Gerson, Abram                  Celesta                         Schulman, Richard, principal
                   Soloist: Kenn Wagner, Violin                         Hooper, PJ                     Ogelsby, Alice                  Taylor, Stan
                                                                        Laminack, Emily
                                                                        Mattimoe, Tom                  Piccolo                         Timpani
                          intermission                                  Nickell, Jennifer              Lemaire, Teresa                 Gaston, Elizabeth
                                                                        Pope, Renita Humphrey,
                                                                          principal                    Flute                           Percussion
Pini di Roma (The Pines of Rome)                            Respighi    Richardson, Emily              Butcher, Carol Lyn, principal   Atchinson, Dick
                                                                        Sands, Lauren                  Lemaire, Janice                 Gaston, Charles
 I pini di Villa Borghese (Pines of the Villa Borghese)   (1824-1889)   Smiley, Carole                 Lemaire, Teresa                 Gaston, Elizabeth
                                                                        Tran, Tuan                                                     Jackson, Matthew
 Pini presso una catacomba (Pines near a catacomb)                      Van Patten, Ellie              Alto Flute                      Jasionowski, Paul
                                                                        Wamberg, Angeline              Butcher, Carol Lyn              Lai, Nicholas
 I pini del Gianicolo (Pines of the Janiculum)                          Watson, Blaine
 I pini della Via Appia (Pines of the Appian Way)                       Viola                          Butler, Joe, principal          Librarian
                                                                        Carmichael, David              Goodman, Katherine              Hough, Don
                                                                        Felfoldi, Jessica, principal
                                                                        Gaston, Elizabeth              Bass Clarinet
                                                                        Hough, Don, librarian          Stengard, Kristy, principal
                                                                        Johnson, Kim                                                   Governing Board
                                                                        Lesin, Debra                   Oboe                            Johnson, Kim, Chairman
                                                                        Levin, Elizabeth               Ross, Amy                       Jacobson, Gloria, Treasurer
                                                                        Sikes, Cathy                   Russ, Jean, principal           Jaret, Charlie, Vice-chair
                                                                        Zoller, Norman                                                 Russ, Jean, Secretary
                                                                                                       English Horn                    Felfoldi, Jessica, Grant Writer
                                                                                                       Ross, Amy
                                                                                                                                       Personnel Manager
                                                                                                       Bassoon                         Gerson, Abram
                                                                                                       Jaret, Charlie, principal
                                                                                                       Cheben, Amy                     General Manager
                                                                                                       Phelps, Ryan                    Ellinger, Lisa

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