New Year's Eve Concert
Dec 31, 2021 1:30p.m, 5p.m & 8:30p.m
★ ★ ★
New Philharmonic
Kirk Muspratt, Music Director and Conductor
45th Season 2021-2022

 

New Year’s Eve

Concert

 

Kirk Muspratt, Music Director and Conductor

Ted Allen Pickel, bass-baritone

 

Sponsored by

 

 
This program is partially supported by a grant from
the Illinois Arts Council Agency.
 

Special thanks to
College of DuPage Multimedia Services Department
 
Friday, Dec. 31, 2021, 1:30, 5 & 8:30 p.m.
Belushi Performance Hall
 

Dear MAC Friends!

I am so thrilled to be writing to you with the wonderful news that we are returning to in-person performances in time to celebrate our 35th anniversary together! We have safety protocols in place to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19, which you can read about on our website, atthemac.org. As the pandemic changes, so will our policies and we will keep you updated.

This season is packed with your favorites. Music fans will enjoy everything from electrifying BoDeans, to the legendary Oak Ridge Boys, to The Texas Tenors. Get ready for a Mardi Gras and Zydeco party with the Dirty Dozen Brass Band at Mardi Gras Mambo. I also look forward to sharing one of the most compelling concerts I’ve seen, in an evening with Tony Award-winning Broadway star, Heather Headley.

We are happy to remain the home of our resident companies Buffalo Theatre Ensemble and New Philharmonic. BTE brings live theater back with Stove Toucher, a one-man show written and performed by Kurt Naebig, and closes the season with the hysterical One Man, Two Guvnors. New Philharmonic Orchestra and Maestro Muspratt are putting on a blockbuster season starting with a Spooktakular concert filled with themes from your favorite horror cinema classics, followed by American melodies in Dvořák’s New World Symphony featuring the incomparable David Taylor playing one of the most complex violin pieces, culminating in a concert version of West Side Story.

Following the blockbuster Frida Kahlo exhibition this summer, the Cleve Carney Museum of Art will open its season with COD alum and brilliant contemporary artist Tony Fitzpatrick. We will close the MAC season in 2022 by bringing back the beloved free outdoor Lakeside Summer series!

We look forward to seeing you and engaging in thought-provoking, joy-inducing, exciting LIVE entertainment. I look forward to seeing you back at the MAC soon!

Enjoy the show!

Diana Martinez

Director, McAninch Arts Center

 

Dear Friends of New Philharmonic,

Usually, I would begin this letter to you with something like:

"Welcome to our New Philharmonic season! This is our 45th season and we are so very pleased to share this moment in our history with each and every one of you."

All of the above is true, sincerely felt and important.

However, in welcoming you back and in these extremely difficult times, I wanted to also share with you how vital I believe music is right now to each of us - whether player or patron. The Greeks used to say that music was the study of relationships between the hidden, internal parts of our humanness – that music has way of finding the big, invisible moving pieces in our hearts and helping us to figure out all that is inside of us.   

I believe this, and I am hoping that when you come to hear our wonderful musicians play the Largo of Dvořák's New World Symphony, John Williams' Artificial Intelligence, or “Tonight” from West Side Story, it will crack your hearts just open as it does mine.

We hope that we will bring much joy to your lives this year! The Halloween concert is going to be a hoot, the New Year's Eve concerts are always a blast, and movie themes from Beauty and the Beast and The Rocketeer should bring a smile to folks of all ages.

You and the New Philharmonic musicians are a total family. You are part of our orchestra - right there with us. We thank you for being so loyal, generous, and dedicated to something so meaningful and beautiful as this orchestra.

Kirk Muspratt, Music Director and Conductor

--------------- NEW PHILHARMONIC 2021-2022 SEASON --------------

Halloween Spooktakular

Saturday, Oct. 2, 7:30 p.m.

Sunday, Oct. 3, 3 p.m.

 

New World

Saturday, Nov. 13, 7:30 p.m.

Sunday, Nov. 14, 3 p.m.

Dvořák: New World Symphony

No. 9 in E minor

Sarasate: Fantasy on Bizet’s Carmen

David Taylor, violin

 

New Year’s Eve Concert:

Viennese Classics, Movie Favorites & More!

Friday, Dec. 31, 1:30, 5 & 8:30 p.m.

Ted Allen Pickel, baritone

 

A Night at the Movies

Saturday, Jan. 15, 7:30 p.m.

Sunday, Jan. 16, 3 p.m.

 

West Side Story

Saturday, Apr. 9, 7:30 p.m.

Sunday, Apr. 10, 3 p.m.

For tickets and information, call (630) 942-4000 or visit atthemac.org

 

New Philharmonic is grateful for support from:

Stürmisch in Lieb‘ und Tanz, Polka schnell, op. 393
Johann Strauss II
 
Furioso-Polka (quasi Galopp), op. 260
Johann Strauss II
 
Semiramide Overture
Gioachino Rossini
 
Ja vas
from Pique Dame
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
 
Overture to The Beautiful Galatea
Franz von Suppé
 
If I Were a Rich Man
from Fiddler on the Roof
Jerry Bock
 
The Mission Suite
Ennio Morricone
 
Bella notte
from Lady and the Tramp
Sonny Burke and Peggy Lee
 
Star Trek Medley 
Michael Giacchino, Jerry Goldsmith, Leonard Rosenman, and Cliff Eidelman 
 
Captian America March
Alan Silevstri
 
Rawhide
Dimitri Tiomkin 
 
Auld lang syne 
Traditional 
 

Please disengage wristwatch alarms, beepers, and cell phones.

 

 Please join us in the lobby for a champagne toast
immediately following the performance.
 
The McAninch Arts Center season celebrates
the memory of Joan Frank for a lifetime of service,
thanks to the support of family and friends.

 

Ted Allen Pickell
Bass-Baritone

Hailed for his “powerful voice” (CASA Magazine) and “tremendous” singing (San Diego Reader), bass-baritone Ted Allen Pickell is a distinguished and accomplished young artist on the rise.

In the 2019/20 season, Mr. Pickell returned for a second year in the Palm Beach Opera Benenson Young Artist Program, where he performed the Father in Hansel and Gretel, Don Basilio in the family performance of The Barber of Seville, Zaretsky in Eugene Onegin, and covered the role of the Mandarin in Turandot.

In the 2018/19 season, Mr. Pickell joined the Palm Beach Opera Benenson Young Artist Program, where he covered the role of Leporello in Don Giovanni, as well as performed the roles of the Marquis in Verdi's La traviata and Frank in the family performance of Die Fledermaus. Additional engagements included a return to the title role in The Mikado with Bodhi Tree Concerts. He was the 2019 winner of the Musical Merit Foundation Award, as well as the first place winner of the 2019 Opera NEO Vocal Competition.

In the 2017/18 season, Mr. Pickell made his San Diego Opera debut as Samuel in The Pirates of Penzance, alongside Greer Grimsley as the Pirate King. Additional engagements included a return to the title role in The Mikado with the Northwest Indiana Symphony, and spending the summer of 2018 at the San Francisco Opera's prestigious Merola Opera Program, where he sang the role of Father Trulove in Stravinsky's The Rake's Progress. Mr. Pickell also joined the San Diego Opera's Apprentice Artist program for singers, where he performed in selections from Faust and Billy Budd. He was also a San Diego District winner, as well as the Audience Choice Award winner of the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions, an award winner in the Loren L. Zachary competition, a semi-finalist in the George London Foundation, and the winner of the "Most Promising Singer" award from the La Jolla Symphony & Chorus vocal competition.

In the 2016/17 season, Mr. Pickell appeared as the title role in The Mikado with the Northwest Indiana Symphony, Der Vater in Hänsel und Gretel with Point Loma Opera Theatre, The Giant in Jack and the Beanstalk and Basilio in The Barber of Seville with Opera Iowa’s young artist outreach ensemble, and joined Des Moines Metro Opera’s roster of Apprentice Artists, where he sang Arthur Jones and study covered the role of John Claggart in Billy Budd, and performed the role of Nick Shadow in scenes from Stravinsky's The Rake's Progress. Mr. Pickell also performed as a soloist in the Margo Garrett Master Class at Carnegie Hall, as part of Marilyn Horne's The Song Continues.

Other notable operatic performances include Blitch in Susannah, Sam in Trouble in Tahiti, The Warden in Jake Heggie’s Dead Man Walking and the title role in Mozart's The Impresario with the Northwestern University Opera Theatre, covering Zuniga in Carmen and singing Micha in The Bartered Bride with Music Academy of the West, Leporello in Don Giovanni with Point Loma Opera Theatre, Figaro in Le Nozze di Figaro with the Opera Academy of California, and Falstaff in The Merry Wives of Windsor with the University of the Pacific Opera Theatre.

On the concert stage, Mr. Pickell has sung the bass soloist in Mozart’s Requiem with the Northwest Indiana Symphony, the featured soloist in Dougherty’s 3 Folk Songs with the Music Academy of the West, Handel’s Brocke’s Passion and Britten’s St. Cecelia at the University of the Pacific.

Mr. Pickell has been a three-time winner in the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions districts, the first place winner in the Opera NEO Vocal Competition, as well as a named winner in the Loren L. Zachary Competition, a 2014 Ryan Opera Center finalist, the winner of the Anne Ferraro Stone Memorial Award from the Bel Canto Foundation, the Musical Merit Foundation Award winner, and the recipient of scholarships for excellence in vocal performance from Northwestern University and the University of the Pacific.

Mr. Pickell is a graduate of the Masters in Vocal Performance at Northwestern University. He received his Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance from University of the Pacific.

Kirk Muspratt
Music Director and Conductor

Kirk Muspratt (Music Director and Conductor) recently received the 2020 Programming of the Year Award as well as the 2018 Conductor of the Year award from the Illinois Council of Orchestras. He was also named “Chicagoan of the Year” in classical music by John von Rhein and the staff of the Chicago Tribune. In honoring Muspratt, von Rhein said, “Ask the delighted adults and kids who this year flocked to his concerts in west suburban Glen Ellyn with the New Philharmonic Orchestra … They will tell you he made concert going an interactive experience that was both enlightening and— are you ready?—fun.”

Recognized as one of the outstanding figures in the new generation of conductors, Muspratt has garnered international critical acclaim as a “born opera conductor” (Rheinische Post), “a knowledgeable musician who delivers superbly controlled, gorgeously shaped readings” (St. Louis Post-Dispatch), and “friend to local music” (Midwest Beat Magazine). The Los Angeles Times declared, “Watch him!”

In July 2004, Muspratt was named both music director of New Philharmonic and artistic director/music director of DuPage Opera Theatre (now New Philharmonic Opera). In his last fifteen years, productions featured Otello, Madama Butterfly, Le Nozze di Figaro, Il Barbiere di Seviglia, Hansel and Gretel, La Boheme, Faust, Tosca, The Beggars Opera, Elixir of Love, Turandot, Gianni Schicchi, Cosi fan Tutte, The Mikado, La Traviata, Die Fledermaus, and The Merry Widow.

In 2017 and 2009, New Philharmonic was awarded Professional Orchestra of the Year by the Illinois Council of Orchestras. Programming of the Year award, also by the Illinois Council of Orchestras, was garnered in 2019 and bestowed in 2020.

In his first months at New Philharmonic, Muspratt instituted a Side-by-Side program for local high school students. Six years ago, Muspratt initiated a popular Solo Competition for Children that results in a child performing at every New Philharmonic concert. In order to involve the community to the maximum, Muspratt has created “Just Ask Kirk™” cards for audience members’ questions and a “Kirkature™” cartoon to help advocate the credo: “Classical music is for everyone.”

Muspratt begins his 20th acclaimed season as music director of the Northwest Indiana Symphony Orchestra (NISO). In 2006, with NISO, he initiated the South Shore Summer Music Festival.

From 1991 through 1996, Muspratt served as resident conductor to Lorin Maazel at the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra. Prior to that, he was appointed as associate conductor to Joseph Silverstein at the Utah Symphony Orchestra (1990-1992). From 1987 through 1990, Muspratt served as assistant conductor to Leonard Slatkin at the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra as well as music director of the St. Louis Symphony Youth Orchestra. He was music director of the Alberta Ballet from 1997 through 1999. At the New York Philharmonic, Muspratt has served as a cover conductor.

In addition to his work in Pittsburgh, Utah and St. Louis, Muspratt has guest conducted the orchestras of Los Angeles, Montreal, London, Korean Broadcast Symphony, Detroit, Rochester, National Arts Center, Vancouver, Knoxville, Puerto Rico, Rhode Island, Winnipeg, Calgary, Edmonton, Hamilton, Victoria, Thunder Bay, New Orleans, Stamford, Binghamton, Lafayette, South Bend, Puchon, Annapolis, Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra and Baltimore Chamber Symphony. Summer debuts have included the Tanglewood, Chautauqua and Sewanee Music Festivals and the Banff Center for Performing Arts.

In Europe, Muspratt was assistant conductor in the opera houses of Monchengladbach/ Krefeld, Germany, from 1985 to 1987. His American opera-conducting debut came with the Utah Opera in 1991. He returned there to premiere Mascagni’s L‘Amico Fritz. Maestro Muspratt has conducted Die Fledermaus for the Calgary Opera, Faust and Merry Widow for the Utah Opera, Of Mice and Men and Il Barbiere di Siviglia for the Arizona Opera, all to stunning critical acclaim. In addition, he debuted at the Ash Lawn-Highland Summer Opera Festival in Virginia. He returned to Arizona Opera to conduct their production of Dialogues of the Carmelites, to the Utah Opera for their new production of Faust and Amahl and the Night Visitors at Opera Illinois.

In 1983 and 1984, Muspratt was invited to be a scholarship student at the Chautauqua Institute and in 1986 was selected as a conducting fellow at the Aspen Music Festival. A year later, he was invited into the Conducting Program at the Tanglewood Festival. In 1988, he was chosen to be one of three conducting fellows for the Los Angeles Philharmonic Institute at the Hollywood Bowl.

As a teacher, Muspratt has taught at the Conductors’ Institute of the University of South Carolina, the Conductors’ Guild National Workshops, Association of Canadian Orchestras National Conference in Toronto, the Conductors’ Studio at Illinois State University and at Westminster Choir College in Princeton. During the summer, he has often taught a graduate conducting class at VanderCook College of Music and for the last three summers has been teaching at the

Northwestern University Summer Opera Seminar. In 2019, he taught graduate conducting master classes at Illinois State University and judged the concerto competition at Northwestern University. Muspratt recently completed a six-year tenure on the board of directors of the Conductors’ Guild.

Having always enjoyed working with young people, he has conducted the Pennsylvania Regional Orchestra and the Pennsylvania All- State Orchestra and most recently the IMEA District 9 orchestra. Muspratt has conducted the Boston University Tanglewood Orchestra at the Tanglewood Festival. Muspratt has been the recipient of numerous awards, among them grants from the Canada Council and the Presser Foundation. In 1983 and again in 1984, he was winner of the Strauss Conducting Prize while a conducting student at the Vienna Conservatory. During his tenure in Utah, he received the first Utah Up ’n Comers Award ever given to a classical musician. This honor was awarded to Muspratt for his work and involvement in the Utah Arts Community. In 1987, he was named winner of the prestigious Exxon/Affiliate Artists Award.

He began his studies as a pianist in New York with Harold Zabrack and continued his studies at Temple University with Adele Marcus and Alexander Fiorillo. After completing graduate studies, Muspratt was accepted into the conducting program at the Konservatorium in Vienna, Austria.

Muspratt is a native of Crows Nest Pass, Alberta, Canada. He became an American citizen in the summer of 2010.

In 2016, he was honored to become a Paul Harris Fellow, an award named for the Rotary International Founder, Paul Harris. In recent seasons, Muspratt has conducted at the Joffrey Ballet of Chicago.

Benjamin Nadel
Associate Conductor and Principal Librarian

Benjamin Nadel is a classically trained conductor, pianist, and violinist. Based in Chicago, he is the Associate Conductor and Orchestra Librarian for the New Philharmonic and Northwest Indiana Symphony Orchestra. He is also the Orchestra Director at North Central College. Nadel served as Assistant Conductor and Chorus Master at the Midwest Institute of Opera from 2011 – 2015.

Nadel began his conducting studies with Dr. Glenn Block at Illinois State University while completing his undergraduate degree. He then went on to receive his MA in Orchestral Conducting at the University of Iowa with Dr. William LaRue Jones. Early on in his studies, Nadel fell in love with operatic conducting because to him, it is one of the most moving and all-encompassing art forms. This passion for opera led him to the Cincinnati Conservatory’s summer opera program in Spoleto, Italy, where he studied with Maestro Mark Gibson. It was after this that he became Assistant Conductor at the Midwest Institute of Opera, where he had the privilege to work closely with Maestro Joshua Greene of the Metropolitan Opera. Nadel is devoted to understanding the native languages of operatic scores in order to best interpret them musically, so he spent 2 summers in Italian language immersion, and has a firm command of German as well.

As an orchestral conductor, Nadel has worked with several youth groups and high school ensembles, including New Trier, Metea Valley, Glenbard West, and Stevenson High School, as well as the Northwest Indiana Youth Symphony. He also regularly conducts on the summer concerts at New Philharmonic and the Northwest Indiana Symphony Orchestra.

Kirk Muspratt, Music Director and Conductor
    Chair sponsored by Jeanette N. Giragos* and Renee Giragos, in memory of Dr. Henry G. Giragos and by Bob and Joan Olach
 
1st Violin
Bernardo Arias
  Concertmaster
Chair sponsored by Sue and Dick Lamb
Whun Kim
Kristen Wiersum
Emily Nash
James Sanders
Pamela Lutter
Eloise Meloni
Karen Nelson
Grace Yang
Michelle Wynton
 
2nd Violin
Kristen LeJeune, Principal
Chair sponsored by Dr. Donald E. Newsom, in memory of Dr. Mary Ellen Newsom
Chikako Miyata
Bill Kronenberg
Tamara Glassburg
Dan Galat
Melissa Streidl
Rebecca Cambio
 
Viola
Ryan Rump, Principal
Chair sponsored by Karen Dickelman
Sara Tompkins
Jennifer Silk
Seth Pae
Emma Strobusch
Istvan Loga
Karen Dickelman
 
Cello
Dorothy Deen, Principal
Chair sponsored by John Rutledge and Betty Joseph
Wei Lu Denton
Chair sponsored by John Rutledge and Betty Joseph
Anne Monson
Chair sponsored by John Rutledge and Betty Joseph
Nancy More
Andrew Snow
Loren Brown
Richard Yeo
David Bednarek
 
Bass
Michael Meehan, Principal
Chair sponsored by Margaret and Michael McCoy
Julian Romane
John Rosenkrans
Phillip Serna
 
Flute
Carolyn May, Principal
Chair sponsored by Kathleen Yosko
Maria Schwartz
 
Oboe
Andrew Nogal, Principal
Chair sponsored by Sue and Dick Lamb
Melinda Getz
 
Clarinet
Mary Payne, Principal
Chair sponsored by
Durema Kohl*
Barbara Drapcho
 
Bassoon
Dianne Ryan, Principal
Lynette Pralle
 
Horn
Phil Stanley, Principal
Chair sponsored by
Dr. Donald G. Westlake
Matthew Bronstein
Mary Jo Neher
Ingrid Mullane
Chair sponsored by Lowell  and Barbara Anderson
 
Trumpet
William Denton, Principal
Chair sponsored by Margaret
and Michael McCoy
David Gauger
Paul Semanic
 
Trombone
Tom Stark, Principal
Adam Moen
Darren Castellanos
 
Tuba
Joshua Wirt
 
Timpani
James Bond-Harris
 
Percussion
Andrew Cierny, Principal
  Chair sponsored by Jim
  and Tally Knippen
Brandon Podjasek
Jeff Handley
 
Orchestra Manager
Paula Cebula
 
Associate Conductor,
   Librarian
Benjamin Nadel
 
Personnel Manager
Karen Dickelman
 
*deceased
 
 
 

McAninch Arts Center acknowledges and gives grateful thanks to those donors who have contributed in support of the MAC mission and vision. This list of donors reflects contributions made from Jan. 1, 2020 through Aug. 20, 2021. While we carefully prepared this list we recognize that errors may have occurred. Please accept our apology if you are not properly represented on this list and contact the College of DuPage Foundation at

(630) 942-2462 so we may correct our records.
 
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Anna Ball
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Dr. and Mrs. Brian W. Caputo
Katherine Condon
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Mr. Joe Dagnese
Anita Dickson
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Goya Foods, Inc
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JCS Fund of DuPage Foundation
La Tequileria, Inc.
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Mr. Larry C. Larson*
Legat Architects, Inc.
David and Carolyn May
Dr. and Mrs. Harold D. McAninch
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Alan Peterson, in memory of Carolyn Levickas
Mr. Doug Peterson
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Kelly and Roland Raffel, in memory of Herbert K. Raffel
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Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shoemaker
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Anonymous Design, Inc.
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Rotary Club of Carol Stream (Club 3112)
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Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Steenwyk
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New Year's Eve Concert
Dec 31, 2021 1:30p.m, 5p.m & 8:30p.m
★ ★ ★
New Philharmonic
Kirk Muspratt, Music Director and Conductor
45th Season 2021-2022

 

New Year’s Eve

Concert

 

Kirk Muspratt, Music Director and Conductor

Ted Allen Pickel, bass-baritone

 

Sponsored by

 

 
This program is partially supported by a grant from
the Illinois Arts Council Agency.
 

Special thanks to
College of DuPage Multimedia Services Department
 
Friday, Dec. 31, 2021, 1:30, 5 & 8:30 p.m.
Belushi Performance Hall
 

Dear MAC Friends!

I am so thrilled to be writing to you with the wonderful news that we are returning to in-person performances in time to celebrate our 35th anniversary together! We have safety protocols in place to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19, which you can read about on our website, atthemac.org. As the pandemic changes, so will our policies and we will keep you updated.

This season is packed with your favorites. Music fans will enjoy everything from electrifying BoDeans, to the legendary Oak Ridge Boys, to The Texas Tenors. Get ready for a Mardi Gras and Zydeco party with the Dirty Dozen Brass Band at Mardi Gras Mambo. I also look forward to sharing one of the most compelling concerts I’ve seen, in an evening with Tony Award-winning Broadway star, Heather Headley.

We are happy to remain the home of our resident companies Buffalo Theatre Ensemble and New Philharmonic. BTE brings live theater back with Stove Toucher, a one-man show written and performed by Kurt Naebig, and closes the season with the hysterical One Man, Two Guvnors. New Philharmonic Orchestra and Maestro Muspratt are putting on a blockbuster season starting with a Spooktakular concert filled with themes from your favorite horror cinema classics, followed by American melodies in Dvořák’s New World Symphony featuring the incomparable David Taylor playing one of the most complex violin pieces, culminating in a concert version of West Side Story.

Following the blockbuster Frida Kahlo exhibition this summer, the Cleve Carney Museum of Art will open its season with COD alum and brilliant contemporary artist Tony Fitzpatrick. We will close the MAC season in 2022 by bringing back the beloved free outdoor Lakeside Summer series!

We look forward to seeing you and engaging in thought-provoking, joy-inducing, exciting LIVE entertainment. I look forward to seeing you back at the MAC soon!

Enjoy the show!

Diana Martinez

Director, McAninch Arts Center

 

Dear Friends of New Philharmonic,

Usually, I would begin this letter to you with something like:

"Welcome to our New Philharmonic season! This is our 45th season and we are so very pleased to share this moment in our history with each and every one of you."

All of the above is true, sincerely felt and important.

However, in welcoming you back and in these extremely difficult times, I wanted to also share with you how vital I believe music is right now to each of us - whether player or patron. The Greeks used to say that music was the study of relationships between the hidden, internal parts of our humanness – that music has way of finding the big, invisible moving pieces in our hearts and helping us to figure out all that is inside of us.   

I believe this, and I am hoping that when you come to hear our wonderful musicians play the Largo of Dvořák's New World Symphony, John Williams' Artificial Intelligence, or “Tonight” from West Side Story, it will crack your hearts just open as it does mine.

We hope that we will bring much joy to your lives this year! The Halloween concert is going to be a hoot, the New Year's Eve concerts are always a blast, and movie themes from Beauty and the Beast and The Rocketeer should bring a smile to folks of all ages.

You and the New Philharmonic musicians are a total family. You are part of our orchestra - right there with us. We thank you for being so loyal, generous, and dedicated to something so meaningful and beautiful as this orchestra.

Kirk Muspratt, Music Director and Conductor

--------------- NEW PHILHARMONIC 2021-2022 SEASON --------------

Halloween Spooktakular

Saturday, Oct. 2, 7:30 p.m.

Sunday, Oct. 3, 3 p.m.

 

New World

Saturday, Nov. 13, 7:30 p.m.

Sunday, Nov. 14, 3 p.m.

Dvořák: New World Symphony

No. 9 in E minor

Sarasate: Fantasy on Bizet’s Carmen

David Taylor, violin

 

New Year’s Eve Concert:

Viennese Classics, Movie Favorites & More!

Friday, Dec. 31, 1:30, 5 & 8:30 p.m.

Ted Allen Pickel, baritone

 

A Night at the Movies

Saturday, Jan. 15, 7:30 p.m.

Sunday, Jan. 16, 3 p.m.

 

West Side Story

Saturday, Apr. 9, 7:30 p.m.

Sunday, Apr. 10, 3 p.m.

For tickets and information, call (630) 942-4000 or visit atthemac.org

 

New Philharmonic is grateful for support from:

Stürmisch in Lieb‘ und Tanz, Polka schnell, op. 393
Johann Strauss II
 
Furioso-Polka (quasi Galopp), op. 260
Johann Strauss II
 
Semiramide Overture
Gioachino Rossini
 
Ja vas
from Pique Dame
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
 
Overture to The Beautiful Galatea
Franz von Suppé
 
If I Were a Rich Man
from Fiddler on the Roof
Jerry Bock
 
The Mission Suite
Ennio Morricone
 
Bella notte
from Lady and the Tramp
Sonny Burke and Peggy Lee
 
Star Trek Medley 
Michael Giacchino, Jerry Goldsmith, Leonard Rosenman, and Cliff Eidelman 
 
Captian America March
Alan Silevstri
 
Rawhide
Dimitri Tiomkin 
 
Auld lang syne 
Traditional 
 

Please disengage wristwatch alarms, beepers, and cell phones.

 

 Please join us in the lobby for a champagne toast
immediately following the performance.
 
The McAninch Arts Center season celebrates
the memory of Joan Frank for a lifetime of service,
thanks to the support of family and friends.

 

Ted Allen Pickell
Bass-Baritone

Hailed for his “powerful voice” (CASA Magazine) and “tremendous” singing (San Diego Reader), bass-baritone Ted Allen Pickell is a distinguished and accomplished young artist on the rise.

In the 2019/20 season, Mr. Pickell returned for a second year in the Palm Beach Opera Benenson Young Artist Program, where he performed the Father in Hansel and Gretel, Don Basilio in the family performance of The Barber of Seville, Zaretsky in Eugene Onegin, and covered the role of the Mandarin in Turandot.

In the 2018/19 season, Mr. Pickell joined the Palm Beach Opera Benenson Young Artist Program, where he covered the role of Leporello in Don Giovanni, as well as performed the roles of the Marquis in Verdi's La traviata and Frank in the family performance of Die Fledermaus. Additional engagements included a return to the title role in The Mikado with Bodhi Tree Concerts. He was the 2019 winner of the Musical Merit Foundation Award, as well as the first place winner of the 2019 Opera NEO Vocal Competition.

In the 2017/18 season, Mr. Pickell made his San Diego Opera debut as Samuel in The Pirates of Penzance, alongside Greer Grimsley as the Pirate King. Additional engagements included a return to the title role in The Mikado with the Northwest Indiana Symphony, and spending the summer of 2018 at the San Francisco Opera's prestigious Merola Opera Program, where he sang the role of Father Trulove in Stravinsky's The Rake's Progress. Mr. Pickell also joined the San Diego Opera's Apprentice Artist program for singers, where he performed in selections from Faust and Billy Budd. He was also a San Diego District winner, as well as the Audience Choice Award winner of the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions, an award winner in the Loren L. Zachary competition, a semi-finalist in the George London Foundation, and the winner of the "Most Promising Singer" award from the La Jolla Symphony & Chorus vocal competition.

In the 2016/17 season, Mr. Pickell appeared as the title role in The Mikado with the Northwest Indiana Symphony, Der Vater in Hänsel und Gretel with Point Loma Opera Theatre, The Giant in Jack and the Beanstalk and Basilio in The Barber of Seville with Opera Iowa’s young artist outreach ensemble, and joined Des Moines Metro Opera’s roster of Apprentice Artists, where he sang Arthur Jones and study covered the role of John Claggart in Billy Budd, and performed the role of Nick Shadow in scenes from Stravinsky's The Rake's Progress. Mr. Pickell also performed as a soloist in the Margo Garrett Master Class at Carnegie Hall, as part of Marilyn Horne's The Song Continues.

Other notable operatic performances include Blitch in Susannah, Sam in Trouble in Tahiti, The Warden in Jake Heggie’s Dead Man Walking and the title role in Mozart's The Impresario with the Northwestern University Opera Theatre, covering Zuniga in Carmen and singing Micha in The Bartered Bride with Music Academy of the West, Leporello in Don Giovanni with Point Loma Opera Theatre, Figaro in Le Nozze di Figaro with the Opera Academy of California, and Falstaff in The Merry Wives of Windsor with the University of the Pacific Opera Theatre.

On the concert stage, Mr. Pickell has sung the bass soloist in Mozart’s Requiem with the Northwest Indiana Symphony, the featured soloist in Dougherty’s 3 Folk Songs with the Music Academy of the West, Handel’s Brocke’s Passion and Britten’s St. Cecelia at the University of the Pacific.

Mr. Pickell has been a three-time winner in the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions districts, the first place winner in the Opera NEO Vocal Competition, as well as a named winner in the Loren L. Zachary Competition, a 2014 Ryan Opera Center finalist, the winner of the Anne Ferraro Stone Memorial Award from the Bel Canto Foundation, the Musical Merit Foundation Award winner, and the recipient of scholarships for excellence in vocal performance from Northwestern University and the University of the Pacific.

Mr. Pickell is a graduate of the Masters in Vocal Performance at Northwestern University. He received his Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance from University of the Pacific.

Kirk Muspratt
Music Director and Conductor

Kirk Muspratt (Music Director and Conductor) recently received the 2020 Programming of the Year Award as well as the 2018 Conductor of the Year award from the Illinois Council of Orchestras. He was also named “Chicagoan of the Year” in classical music by John von Rhein and the staff of the Chicago Tribune. In honoring Muspratt, von Rhein said, “Ask the delighted adults and kids who this year flocked to his concerts in west suburban Glen Ellyn with the New Philharmonic Orchestra … They will tell you he made concert going an interactive experience that was both enlightening and— are you ready?—fun.”

Recognized as one of the outstanding figures in the new generation of conductors, Muspratt has garnered international critical acclaim as a “born opera conductor” (Rheinische Post), “a knowledgeable musician who delivers superbly controlled, gorgeously shaped readings” (St. Louis Post-Dispatch), and “friend to local music” (Midwest Beat Magazine). The Los Angeles Times declared, “Watch him!”

In July 2004, Muspratt was named both music director of New Philharmonic and artistic director/music director of DuPage Opera Theatre (now New Philharmonic Opera). In his last fifteen years, productions featured Otello, Madama Butterfly, Le Nozze di Figaro, Il Barbiere di Seviglia, Hansel and Gretel, La Boheme, Faust, Tosca, The Beggars Opera, Elixir of Love, Turandot, Gianni Schicchi, Cosi fan Tutte, The Mikado, La Traviata, Die Fledermaus, and The Merry Widow.

In 2017 and 2009, New Philharmonic was awarded Professional Orchestra of the Year by the Illinois Council of Orchestras. Programming of the Year award, also by the Illinois Council of Orchestras, was garnered in 2019 and bestowed in 2020.

In his first months at New Philharmonic, Muspratt instituted a Side-by-Side program for local high school students. Six years ago, Muspratt initiated a popular Solo Competition for Children that results in a child performing at every New Philharmonic concert. In order to involve the community to the maximum, Muspratt has created “Just Ask Kirk™” cards for audience members’ questions and a “Kirkature™” cartoon to help advocate the credo: “Classical music is for everyone.”

Muspratt begins his 20th acclaimed season as music director of the Northwest Indiana Symphony Orchestra (NISO). In 2006, with NISO, he initiated the South Shore Summer Music Festival.

From 1991 through 1996, Muspratt served as resident conductor to Lorin Maazel at the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra. Prior to that, he was appointed as associate conductor to Joseph Silverstein at the Utah Symphony Orchestra (1990-1992). From 1987 through 1990, Muspratt served as assistant conductor to Leonard Slatkin at the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra as well as music director of the St. Louis Symphony Youth Orchestra. He was music director of the Alberta Ballet from 1997 through 1999. At the New York Philharmonic, Muspratt has served as a cover conductor.

In addition to his work in Pittsburgh, Utah and St. Louis, Muspratt has guest conducted the orchestras of Los Angeles, Montreal, London, Korean Broadcast Symphony, Detroit, Rochester, National Arts Center, Vancouver, Knoxville, Puerto Rico, Rhode Island, Winnipeg, Calgary, Edmonton, Hamilton, Victoria, Thunder Bay, New Orleans, Stamford, Binghamton, Lafayette, South Bend, Puchon, Annapolis, Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra and Baltimore Chamber Symphony. Summer debuts have included the Tanglewood, Chautauqua and Sewanee Music Festivals and the Banff Center for Performing Arts.

In Europe, Muspratt was assistant conductor in the opera houses of Monchengladbach/ Krefeld, Germany, from 1985 to 1987. His American opera-conducting debut came with the Utah Opera in 1991. He returned there to premiere Mascagni’s L‘Amico Fritz. Maestro Muspratt has conducted Die Fledermaus for the Calgary Opera, Faust and Merry Widow for the Utah Opera, Of Mice and Men and Il Barbiere di Siviglia for the Arizona Opera, all to stunning critical acclaim. In addition, he debuted at the Ash Lawn-Highland Summer Opera Festival in Virginia. He returned to Arizona Opera to conduct their production of Dialogues of the Carmelites, to the Utah Opera for their new production of Faust and Amahl and the Night Visitors at Opera Illinois.

In 1983 and 1984, Muspratt was invited to be a scholarship student at the Chautauqua Institute and in 1986 was selected as a conducting fellow at the Aspen Music Festival. A year later, he was invited into the Conducting Program at the Tanglewood Festival. In 1988, he was chosen to be one of three conducting fellows for the Los Angeles Philharmonic Institute at the Hollywood Bowl.

As a teacher, Muspratt has taught at the Conductors’ Institute of the University of South Carolina, the Conductors’ Guild National Workshops, Association of Canadian Orchestras National Conference in Toronto, the Conductors’ Studio at Illinois State University and at Westminster Choir College in Princeton. During the summer, he has often taught a graduate conducting class at VanderCook College of Music and for the last three summers has been teaching at the

Northwestern University Summer Opera Seminar. In 2019, he taught graduate conducting master classes at Illinois State University and judged the concerto competition at Northwestern University. Muspratt recently completed a six-year tenure on the board of directors of the Conductors’ Guild.

Having always enjoyed working with young people, he has conducted the Pennsylvania Regional Orchestra and the Pennsylvania All- State Orchestra and most recently the IMEA District 9 orchestra. Muspratt has conducted the Boston University Tanglewood Orchestra at the Tanglewood Festival. Muspratt has been the recipient of numerous awards, among them grants from the Canada Council and the Presser Foundation. In 1983 and again in 1984, he was winner of the Strauss Conducting Prize while a conducting student at the Vienna Conservatory. During his tenure in Utah, he received the first Utah Up ’n Comers Award ever given to a classical musician. This honor was awarded to Muspratt for his work and involvement in the Utah Arts Community. In 1987, he was named winner of the prestigious Exxon/Affiliate Artists Award.

He began his studies as a pianist in New York with Harold Zabrack and continued his studies at Temple University with Adele Marcus and Alexander Fiorillo. After completing graduate studies, Muspratt was accepted into the conducting program at the Konservatorium in Vienna, Austria.

Muspratt is a native of Crows Nest Pass, Alberta, Canada. He became an American citizen in the summer of 2010.

In 2016, he was honored to become a Paul Harris Fellow, an award named for the Rotary International Founder, Paul Harris. In recent seasons, Muspratt has conducted at the Joffrey Ballet of Chicago.

Benjamin Nadel
Associate Conductor and Principal Librarian

Benjamin Nadel is a classically trained conductor, pianist, and violinist. Based in Chicago, he is the Associate Conductor and Orchestra Librarian for the New Philharmonic and Northwest Indiana Symphony Orchestra. He is also the Orchestra Director at North Central College. Nadel served as Assistant Conductor and Chorus Master at the Midwest Institute of Opera from 2011 – 2015.

Nadel began his conducting studies with Dr. Glenn Block at Illinois State University while completing his undergraduate degree. He then went on to receive his MA in Orchestral Conducting at the University of Iowa with Dr. William LaRue Jones. Early on in his studies, Nadel fell in love with operatic conducting because to him, it is one of the most moving and all-encompassing art forms. This passion for opera led him to the Cincinnati Conservatory’s summer opera program in Spoleto, Italy, where he studied with Maestro Mark Gibson. It was after this that he became Assistant Conductor at the Midwest Institute of Opera, where he had the privilege to work closely with Maestro Joshua Greene of the Metropolitan Opera. Nadel is devoted to understanding the native languages of operatic scores in order to best interpret them musically, so he spent 2 summers in Italian language immersion, and has a firm command of German as well.

As an orchestral conductor, Nadel has worked with several youth groups and high school ensembles, including New Trier, Metea Valley, Glenbard West, and Stevenson High School, as well as the Northwest Indiana Youth Symphony. He also regularly conducts on the summer concerts at New Philharmonic and the Northwest Indiana Symphony Orchestra.

Kirk Muspratt, Music Director and Conductor
    Chair sponsored by Jeanette N. Giragos* and Renee Giragos, in memory of Dr. Henry G. Giragos and by Bob and Joan Olach
 
1st Violin
Bernardo Arias
  Concertmaster
Chair sponsored by Sue and Dick Lamb
Whun Kim
Kristen Wiersum
Emily Nash
James Sanders
Pamela Lutter
Eloise Meloni
Karen Nelson
Grace Yang
Michelle Wynton
 
2nd Violin
Kristen LeJeune, Principal
Chair sponsored by Dr. Donald E. Newsom, in memory of Dr. Mary Ellen Newsom
Chikako Miyata
Bill Kronenberg
Tamara Glassburg
Dan Galat
Melissa Streidl
Rebecca Cambio
 
Viola
Ryan Rump, Principal
Chair sponsored by Karen Dickelman
Sara Tompkins
Jennifer Silk
Seth Pae
Emma Strobusch
Istvan Loga
Karen Dickelman
 
Cello
Dorothy Deen, Principal
Chair sponsored by John Rutledge and Betty Joseph
Wei Lu Denton
Chair sponsored by John Rutledge and Betty Joseph
Anne Monson
Chair sponsored by John Rutledge and Betty Joseph
Nancy More
Andrew Snow
Loren Brown
Richard Yeo
David Bednarek
 
Bass
Michael Meehan, Principal
Chair sponsored by Margaret and Michael McCoy
Julian Romane
John Rosenkrans
Phillip Serna
 
Flute
Carolyn May, Principal
Chair sponsored by Kathleen Yosko
Maria Schwartz
 
Oboe
Andrew Nogal, Principal
Chair sponsored by Sue and Dick Lamb
Melinda Getz
 
Clarinet
Mary Payne, Principal
Chair sponsored by
Durema Kohl*
Barbara Drapcho
 
Bassoon
Dianne Ryan, Principal
Lynette Pralle
 
Horn
Phil Stanley, Principal
Chair sponsored by
Dr. Donald G. Westlake
Matthew Bronstein
Mary Jo Neher
Ingrid Mullane
Chair sponsored by Lowell  and Barbara Anderson
 
Trumpet
William Denton, Principal
Chair sponsored by Margaret
and Michael McCoy
David Gauger
Paul Semanic
 
Trombone
Tom Stark, Principal
Adam Moen
Darren Castellanos
 
Tuba
Joshua Wirt
 
Timpani
James Bond-Harris
 
Percussion
Andrew Cierny, Principal
  Chair sponsored by Jim
  and Tally Knippen
Brandon Podjasek
Jeff Handley
 
Orchestra Manager
Paula Cebula
 
Associate Conductor,
   Librarian
Benjamin Nadel
 
Personnel Manager
Karen Dickelman
 
*deceased
 
 
 

McAninch Arts Center acknowledges and gives grateful thanks to those donors who have contributed in support of the MAC mission and vision. This list of donors reflects contributions made from Jan. 1, 2020 through Aug. 20, 2021. While we carefully prepared this list we recognize that errors may have occurred. Please accept our apology if you are not properly represented on this list and contact the College of DuPage Foundation at

(630) 942-2462 so we may correct our records.
 
Leadership Circle
($5,000 and up)
Anonymous (4)
American International Group
The John A. Attard Family Foundation
Anna Ball
Bank of America
Dr. and Mrs. Christopher B. Burke
Dr. and Mrs. Brian W. Caputo
Katherine Condon
Mr. Michael Cushing
Mr. Joe Dagnese
Anita Dickson
DuPage Foundation
Mr. David J. Frank
Carl Ball Family Foundation
Goya Foods, Inc
Ms. Melissa Haefner
JCS Fund of DuPage Foundation
La Tequileria, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lamb And Susan and Richard Lamb Charitable Fund of The DuPage Foundation
Mr. Larry C. Larson*
Legat Architects, Inc.
David and Carolyn May
Dr. and Mrs. Harold D. McAninch
Margaret and Michael McCoy
Ms. Kimberly G. Morris
Alan Peterson, in memory of Carolyn Levickas
Mr. Doug Peterson
Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Peterson
Kelly and Roland Raffel, in memory of Herbert K. Raffel
John Rutledge and Betty Joseph
Mr. and Mrs. Steven E. Shebik
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shoemaker
State of Illinois
Sullivan, Taylor, Gumina & Palmer, PC
Terrence J. Taylor and Maureen Sullivan Taylor
Bjarne R. Ullsvik
VALIC
Dr. Donald G. Westlake
Wight & Company
Mark Wight and Eszter Borvendeg
 
Encore Circle
($2,500–$4,999)
Anonymous (3)
Lowell and Barbara Anderson
Mark Baggio
Breakwater Forensics LLC
Rick and Patty Carney
Mrs. Clark G. Carpenter
Chicago Westmont Tesla
Christopher B. Burke Engineering, Ltd.
Cray, Kaiser, Ltd.
Anonymous Design, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Fussner
Gilbert Family Charitable Fund
- Schwab Charitable Fund
Miss Monica M. Hernandez
Ice Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Johnson
Ms. Durema F. Kohl
Karen and Gene Kuhn
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Lantz
Ms. Diana L. Martinez
Joan Morrissey
Mortenson Construction
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mueller
Ms. Patricia G. Murray
Drs. Donald E. and Mary Ellen Newsom
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony G. Padgett
Meri Phillips
Ms. Mary N. Pieters
Gary and Mary Rash
Rotary Club of Glen Ellyn
Charles Schlau
Angel and Troy Traub
James and Patricia Vary
Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Webb
Wheaton Bank and Trust - A Wintrust Community Bank
Wheaton Noon Rotary
Ms. Kathleen Yosko
 
Director’s Circle
($1,000–$2,999)
Anonymous (3)
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Anderson
Robert and Lynne Anderson And Robert and Lynne Anderson Charitable Fund of US Charitable Gift Trust
Katherine Balek
Ms. Susannah Ball
Joseph and Betsy Ballek
Gayle and Don Bartell
Harold and Karen Bauer
Mr. and Mrs. James R. Benté
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Bentley
Mr. and Mrs. James Blaha
Prof. and Mrs. Charles E. Boone
Brookdale Glen Ellyn Senior Living Community
Ronald and Hope Bucher
Mr. and Mrs. Doug Carnahan
John and Pamela Dalby
Enertherm Corporation
Marcela Fanning
Bruce and Mary Feay
Enertherm Corporation/Russ & Judy Flores
Debbie Fulks
Jeanette N. and Renee Giragos, in memory of Dr. Henry G. Giragos
Linsley Gray
Ginni and Chris
Mr. and Mrs. John P. Hill
Mr. Mark J. Hill
Jorge and Beatriz Iorgulescu
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Jenkins
Jeffrey Jens and Ann Boisclair
Dr. Beth Johnson
Monica and Andy Johnson
Kenneth & Nancy Serwinski Charitable Fund -Schwab Charitable
Mr. and Mrs. James Klang
Mr. and Mrs. James H. Knippen, II
Charlene Kornoski-Du Vall
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Lietz
Ms. Mary Locher
Ms. Karen Loftus
Marilyn and Tipton McCawley, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel McCormack
Ellen and Daniel McGowan
Mr. and Mrs. Todd Menenberg
Jane E. Moore
Bill and Nancy Moore
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mulacek
Kirk Muspratt
Nicor Gas
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Norton
Judith May O'Dell
Bob and Joan Olach
Jane Oldfield
Madeleine Pachay
Parkers' Restaurant and Bar
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Pfefferman
Ms. Linda A. Picchiottino
Mr. and Mrs. William Podgorski
Jeffrey and Debora Ponko
Ms. MaryEllen Ponsford
Mr. and Mrs. Paul P. Pyrcik, Jr.
Mr. William C. Raymond
Reserve 22 Restaurant at Village Links
Ms. Celia E. Rodee
Sylvia Rodee
The Rev. Dr. Curtis and Leanne Rolfe
Judy Ronaldson
Mr. and Mrs. Brad Rosley
Jordan Ross
Rotary International District 6440
Rotary International District 6450, Inc
Ms. Theresa M. Sak
Ms. Lisa Savegnago and Mr. Ronald A. Johnson
Mr. John Schofield
Jerry and Susan Schurmeier
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Serwinski and the Kenneth and Nancy Serwinski Charitable Fund - Schwab Charitable
Kristin and Peter Shulman
Skeet and Laura Skeet
Mr. and Mrs. John Smith
Geraldine Smrcina
Marilyn Smrcina
Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Stephenson, Jr.
Ms. Eliza Stern
Mr. William Strnad
TJ Moore Giving Fund - Fidelity Charitable
Todd and Mimi Menenberg Charitable Fund - Schwab Charitable
Mr. Avram Tucker
Theodore M. Utchen
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Vires
Wheaton Rotary A.M. Club
Bonnie M. Wheaton
Scott and Kristen Wiersum
The Marilyn H. Wolff Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Ethan Zelizer
 
Ambassador Circle
($500–$999)
Anonymous (4)
Dr. Barbara S. Abromitis
Anthony and Gwen Achilles
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce A. Adamec
Ms. Bonniejean Alford
Ms. Sindy Almaraz 
Mr. and Mrs. Harish Ananthapadmanabhan
Ms. Carmina Arroyo
Jack and Mary Ellen Barry
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Barsella
Ms. Eunice Becker
Mr. Geoffrey Bevington
Mr. and Mrs. Collin M. Biggs
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Binnig
Ms. Jennifer Blockinger
Ms. Joanne Bordage
Mr. and Mrs. William Bulger
Cabernet & Company
Cantigny Foundation
Peach and Wayne Carr
Mr. Robert B. Chasteen
Greg and Janet Chejfec
Chocolaterie Stam of
Glen Ellyn
City of Aurora
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Clifford
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Cole
Community Foundation of Will County
Sharon D'Alessandro
Mr. and Ms. Steve Daugherty
David A Jenson Catering
Tanya and Stephen Davis
Lynn Day
Delta Airlines
Senator and Mrs. Kirk Dillard
Mark and Kim Dorn
Robert and Carol Drake, Jr.
James and Marie Drasal and Drasal Family Fund of Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund
William and Kathleen Drennan
Jay Van Cura MD Charitable Fund of Vanguard Charitable
Daniel Edelman and Fran Kravitz
Carol and David Eisinger
Mr. and Mrs. Timothy D. Elliott
Mr. Ryan M. Ellison
Mr. and Mrs. Eric Faber
George and Kathryn Fairbairn
Mr. and Mrs. James Fernandez
Finances by Design Inc.
Mr. Anthony Fitzpatrick
Mr. and Mrs. Jose G. Flores
Mrs. Carol L. Fox Girovich and Mr. Howard Girovich
Fox Valley Endodontic Specialists
Mr. and Mrs. Craig Giblin
Mr. and Mrs. John Grodoski
Ms. Debra A. Gurney and
Mr. Bruce Elegant
Ms. Karen Gustafson
Brian Hamm
Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Hann
Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Hartman
Gwen and Chet Henry
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Herndon
Mr. Glenn Hopkins
Mr. Steve Johnson
Dee Kaempen
Christine Kickels
Mr. Mike Klopmeyer
Ms. Julie Knudson and Mr. Paul Nielson
Richard and Sheila Komarek
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Kranz
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kristufek
Ida Lee
Ms. Kathy Leimbach
Ms. Alixe Lischett
Mr. Robert A. Lyon
Mr. Javier Macedo and Ms. Celia Santiago
Barb and Scott Marquardt
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Marti
Mr. and Mrs. Rick Massa
Mr. and Mrs. William E. Matte, Jr.
Mr. Glenn McMurray
Nina and Mark Menis
Dr. and Mrs. John Messitt
Michael and Sandra Meyers
LTC and Mrs. James Milobowski
Ms. Alison Monette
Mr. Abel Montoyo
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Morrissey
Mark Moser
John Mulherin
Michael and Judith Nigro
Ms. Laurel Niska
Ms. Kerry O’Brien and
Mr. Doug King
Kurt Parent
Mr. Thomas D. Patrick
Jim and Lorraine Paulissen
The Peninsula Chicago
People's Resource Center
PGA Tour Superstore
Pica-do-yo, LLC
Ms. Alicia Ponce
Kelly O'Hanlon
Olive 'N Vinnie's Oil and Balsamic Bar
Dorothy O'Reilly
Karen Webb Owen
Helen Pachay
Primus Temporary Housing
Richard and Elizabeth Quaintance
Ms. Lizbeth Ramirez
Ginny and Don Raths
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Rauschenberger
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Reiter
Ms. Rene' M. Richards
Richard and Susan Ridge
Ms. Amy Ripepi
Al and Cecile Robinson
Ms. Yolanda E. Rocio
Rotary Club of Carol Stream (Club 3112)
Mr. and Ms. Juan Pablo Ruiz
Ms. Lisa Sallwasser
Janey Sarther
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Seidlitz
Mr. Bruce Sewick, LCPC
Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan J. Shimp
Ms. Peggy Slepian
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Steenwyk
Ms. Patti Taves
Ms. Candy Theobald
Ms. Marilyn J. Todd
Dr. and Mrs. E. Jay Van Cura and The E Jay Van Cura MD Charitable Fund of the Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program
Mr. Jeremy Vrtis
Ms. Rachel Walker
Ms. Nancy Webster
Joan and Raymond Wielgos
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas N. Wilhelm, Jr.
Ms. Olivia Schreiner and Mr. Justin Witte
The Wolfhound Cigar Lounge
Jo Anne Zipperer
 
Performer ($250–$499)
Anonymous (8)
Young Ahn
Terri Allen
Mr. and Mrs. Brandon Anderson
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Anderson
Andrew and Maria Smith Charitable Fund - Fidelity Charitable
Mrs. Lynnette Arendt
Barbara and Paul Aronson
Arrowhead Golf Club
Vickie Austin
Col. and Mrs. Renato P. Bacci, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald N. Ben
Mr. and Mrs. Todd Billings
Mr. and Mrs. James Boves
Mr. Franklin E. Bowes
Mr. Patrick Brosnan
Mr. and Mrs. Perry B. Bump
Ed and Kay Burton
Chicago Bears
Chicago Bulls
Chicago White Sox
Choose Chicago
Gayatri Choudhary
Ms. Linda Clark
Ms. Patricia Conway
Diane Cooper
Ms. Jenny Croitoru
Bill Curry and Gretchen Fleming
Dr. Mark A. Curtis-Chavez
Ms. Sara De Zara
Janet Derber
Joy and Ron Detmer
Barbara DiGuido
Ms. Mary A. Donlon
Evalee Dumas
DuPage Convention & Visitors Bureau
Joanne East
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard L. Eddy
Exelon Corporation
William and Sally Newton Fairbank
Christine and Craig Fenne
David and Janet Fox
Frank Gironda Salon
Marcia and Lorne Frank
Mr. and Mrs. Tim Franzen
David Fraser
Mr. and Mrs. Julian Frazin
Ms. Marilyn Fredrickson
Fusion Hair Salon
Ms. Rebecca Garcia
James and Nancy Gianfrancisco
GLC Illinois, Inc.
Ms. Margaret R. Glenzinski
Ms. Joann Gras
Ms. Ruby Greenberg
Ms. Adrianne Gregory
Mr. Bruce Guzman
Catherine and Art Hall
Mr. and Mrs. David Hall
Ms. Kathryn Handelman
Greg and Alexandra Hart
Lance Herning
Mr. and Mrs. David Hight
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Hlotke
Judy A. Hoskins
Representative Terra Costa Howard and Nick Howard
Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Hudetz
I Have a Bean
Dr. and Mrs. Richard H. Jarman
Jon and Ruth Good Foundation - Fidelity Charitable Fund
Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Junkroski
Ms. Barbara Kamm
Ms. Jill Krueger
Mr. Dale J. Kuby
La Mesa Modern Mexican
Gregory and Kristine Larsen
Ms. Bernadette Laszewski and Mr. John Fossen
Mrs. and Mr. Cindy Lattimer
Le Merridien Chicago Oak Brook
Ms. Nancy Lehrer
Massimo Letizia
Linda D. Lieder
Mrs. Hsiu Susan Logan
Rita Lopez-Brosnan
Wally Lorentsen
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Manire
Marcel's Culinary Experience
Marek Ashley Salon
Marinella's Ristorante Italiano
Janet Marks
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel E. Marsh
Mr. and Mrs. David M. McGowan
Florine McKay
Mr. and Mrs. John Meier
Sharon A. Meltzer
Ms. Beatriz Mendoza
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Metcalfe
Miskatonic Brewing Company
Monarch Landing
Mr. and Mrs. Darren Morrison
Mr. and Mrs. David W. Morton
Bud and Pat Motz
Ms. and Mr. Jane Mrofka
Mr. and Mrs. John Nassos
Mr. Dan O'Connor
Ms. and Mr. Adriana Ohl Zamora
Ms. Debra Ombrello
Ms. Vivian Palicki
Mr. Jim Peterson
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Peterson
Press Photography Network
Tom and Karen Pulver
Ms. Mari Kaye Rath
Brian and Ambika Reid
Ms. Patricia Read
Barb and Kell Reimann
Richard J.and Linda J. Sieracki Foundation
Ritz Carlton
Mr. and Mrs. Kirk T. Roberts
Adrianne Roggenbuck
Rotary Club of Bloomingdale-Roselle
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Rouse
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Rynning
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Salyers
Dr. Thomas R. Scott
Mr. Gerald Sendra
The Sentius Chartiable Fund
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne L. Sherman
Mr. and Ms. Andrew Smith and the Andrew and Maria Smith Charitable Fund - Fidelity Charitable
Ms. Rose M. Soraich
Mr. Vince Sparrow
Chris Steinys
Lisa and Ted Stevens
Ms. Janet Stiven
Cherry Stoddard
Ms. Eileen Strong
Su Ki's Salon
Grace and Len Swanson
Ms. Leticia Tait
Anthony and Mona Taylor
Ms. Marie L. Tenzinger
Village Links of Glen Ellyn
Judge Debra B. Walker and Mr. Rich Christian
Ms. Deborah Walsh
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Wdowiarz
Ms. Kathy Wessel
Ginger and Paul Wheeler
Mr. and Mrs. Tim Whelan
Whiskey Acres
Rich and Kathy Wilders
Jerry and Lin Zielinski
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Zimmermann
 
Friend ($50–$249)
Anonymous (26)
A Toda Madre
Sue Adams
Adelle's Fine American Fare
Ms. Sandra Alexander
Nancy Allured
Julie and Dale Alvin
American Association of University Women - Lombard
American Association of University Women
Andrew's Garden
Arcadia Theater
Mr. and Mrs. Kent C. Aufdengarten
Ms. Christine A. Aument
Aurora Civic Center Authority
Avanzare Restaurant
Bar Sotano
Cynthia Baranowski
Darlene Barger
Amelia Barrett
Debbie Barrett and Barry Zelinski
Ms. Betty Basista Ronaldson
Betty and Bob Becker
Ms. Beverly J. Bednarik
Biff Behr and Lynne Richman
Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Belcher
Ms. Patricia Bell-Daniels
Marty and Betty Bender
Ms. Marie Bennett
Mr. Bradley Bensenberg
Ms. Anne Bertino
Mrs. Germaine Bird
Ms. Dianne Birdsall
Blonde Boutique
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bolbat
Mr. and Ms. John Borge
Mr. and Mrs. James Borus
Mr. William Borys
Mrs. Linda Bradley
Susan Brassfield
Sandy Brewer
Broadway in Chicago
Mr. Gerard Brosnan
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Brown
Mr. Roger L. Brown
Mr. and Mrs. George Bruce
Nickey Brummel
Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Burgis
Mildred and Harold Burrow
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burrows
Ms. Maria Butta
C.B. Conlin Landscapes, Inc
Mr. John Cadle
Mr. and Mrs. Will Calderwood
Connie Canaday Howard and Rex Howard
Cantigny Golf Club
Ms. Virginia Cantu
Ms. Katherine Carmichael
Jim Carsten
Mrs. Janet Casey
Mr. Joseph Cassidy
Mr. Eric Challenger
Judith Cheney
Ms. Lourdes S. Chew
Ms. Nancy Chlumsky
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce P. Christensen
Barbara L. Christenson
Mr. Alan L. Clark
Ms. Michele Clemen
Mr. and Mrs. Ray F. Cliff
The Clubhouse
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin R. Cohen
Ms. Gretchen Colavito
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Connolly
Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Conti
Ms. Erica Coppolino
The Honorable and Mrs. Daniel J. Cronin
CycleBar Wheaton
Lee Dabkey
Jeanne E. Davik
DC Body Bar
Dempsey-Musker
Mr. and Mrs. Donald B. Denecke
George W. and Ann Dervis
Marilyn and Gene Dicola
DoubleTree by Hilton Lisle Naperville
Ms. Margaret Doyle
Alan and Carolyn Drake
Drury Lane Theatre
Duck Duck Goat
Bruce and Kathy Dudzik
Edwin A. and Gerry Dulik
Jenny Dunbar
Ms. Laura Durudogan
Ms. Anita Dykema
Mr. Nick Economos
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Edwards
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Egan
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Egan
Eileen B. Landau Charitable Fund of Fidelity Charitable
Penelope Ellsworth
Enchantments
Miles Evans
Ms. Jennifer Fabian
Ms. Anne Farnum
Mr. Gregory Finch
Ms. Ann Fink
Mr. and Mrs. Todd Fischer
Ms. Janice L. Fogle
Joan and Ken Frank
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Fransen
Ms. Judith D. Frazier
Ruta Freimanis
Ms. Anne Gabriel
Ms. Jo Anne Ganziano
Mary Jane Garrett
Gather and Collect
Jody Gauthier
Ms. Wanda Giusts
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Glab
Glen Ellyn Historical Society
Glen Prairie
Mr. Stephen Goldberg and  Ms. Jeanne Brett and the Jeanne M. Brett Fund of Fidelity Charitable
Ms. Nancy Ann Green
Ms. Cathy Griffin
Ms. Laura Guzman
Mr. Adam Haefner
Ida Elizabeth Hagman
Hampton Inn
Hand & Stone Massage and Facial Spa
Lubna and Faraz Haque
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Hattan
Brad and Victoria Hauserman
Ms. Jennifer Hayward
Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Hegarty
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Heise
Ms. Ann B. Henderson
Mr. and Mrs. Rich Henderson
Mr. Geoffrey Henry
Ms. Susan Hervey
Sandra Hill
Ron Hilton
Allan G. Hins and Marilyn E. Wilgocki
Ms. Dianne V. Hlinsky
Urs Geiser and Mary Hobein
Ms. Heidi J. Holan
Hotel Arista at CityGate Centre
Ms. Rosa Lidia Huante
Mr. Jeffrey L. Hume
Ms. Donna Ialongo
Stephanie Iglehart
Illinois Tool Works
Fatenah Issa
Italian Village
JAYNE Boutique
Jeanne M. Brett Fund - Fidelity Charitable
Mr. Patrick Jenkinson
Edward and Susan Jeszka
Mr. Brian K. Johnson
Dennis Johnson
Mr. Timothy Johnson
Jolie Charcuterie
Fred and Carole Jones
Ms. Felicia S. Kaplan
Karl and Lee Ann Karnatz
Tom and Kay Kelly
Kendra Scott
Mr. and Mrs. William S. Kenshol
Mr. Lee R. Kesselman
Mr. Dylan Kim
Mr. Randolph King
Ms. Polly Klein
Virginia and Charles Klingsporn
Mr. Joshua Klinzing
Ulrike Konchan
Ms. Barbara Koren
John and Catherine Kos
Michael F. Kozlowski
Ms. Claire Krzyzewski
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Kuhn
Ms. Barbara J. Kulig
Mr. John Kunkes
L.L. Bean
Mr. Tom LaBarre
Ms. Katie Lahey 
Eileen B. Landau, Fidelity Charitable Trust, in Memory of Eliot A. Landau and Cateria A. Pryde
Ms. Nancy Lanning
Ms. Cheryl LeeVan
Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. LeFort And the LeFort-Martin Family Donor-Advised Fund of The DuPage Foundation
Ms. Catherine I. Lencioni
Ms. Anne Leventry and Mr. Kenneth Jeffers
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Linde
Ms. Andrea Lindgren
Ms. Diane C. Link
Ms. Donna J. Luce
Mark and Kathleen Lundberg
Lynfred Winery
Ms. Anne Lysaught
M and Em's Childrens Boutique
Maestro Artist Management
Main Street Pub
Maize & Mash
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Makauskas
Leal Maloney
Madeleine and Ralph Marbach
Marriott Suites
Ms. Brandee Martin-Horton
Ms. Christine Maxwell
Jeffrey May
Ms. Elaine McCluskey
Mrs. Dorothy McCormack
Ms. Kathleen McCullough
Mr. and Mrs. James McGuire
Meson Sabika
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne J. Micek
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Mies
Ms. Ann Mikulay
Mr. and Mrs. Craig Miller
Ms. Kendra Miller
Gail Minkus
The Morton Arboretum
Mr. and Mrs. Don Motz
Ms. Maria Mungai
National Museum of Mexican Art
Mr. and Mrs. Gregory C. Neier
Mr. and Mrs. Steven J. Newberg
Dr. and Mrs. Tom Newmann
Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Newtoff
James and Joan Nocera
Norabella Boutique
Mr. John L. Norton
Dr. James F. Nowakowski
Ms. Tonya Ohern
Gwen O'Loughlin
Ms. Judith W. Olson
Ms. Kathleen OMalley
Ms. Natalie Owen
Alice E. Packard
Mr. Jose Angel Padilla
Ms. Maria Padilla
Byrd and Alice Parmelee
Greg and Sue Pawlowicz
Ms. Kimberly Peckenpaugh
Frank Pecora
Ms. Ruth Peterman
Ms. Erin Peterson
Rohan and Merlyn Phillips
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Pillar
Pinecones & Stitches
Lisa Pint
Roger and Sarah Poeppel
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Polito
Mr. Daniel B. Porter
Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Portman
Prairie Path Books
Ms. Lynda Pratscher
Roger and Vivian Pscherer
Herbert Raffel
Mandy and John Rakow
Ms. Diane G. Rath
Ms. Betty Rauschenberger
Ms. Tracey J. Reid
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ribich
Chris Ricklefs
Mr. Steven Ricklefs
Mr. John Ridgeway
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Robbins
Mr. Leslie Robbins
Mr. Eric Rodriguez
Mr. Paul Rom
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Rosenberg
Ms. Patricia M. Rotondi
Mr. and Mrs. Gus A. Rousonelos
Ms. Deb Ruckstaetter
Ms. Mary J. Ryan
Ms. Diane Sammarco
Sandra Sansone Brennan
Alfred Savino
Ms. Linda Schmitt
Mr. Carl Schref
Richard and Patricia Schwarze
The Second City
Ms. Sherie Shapiro
Ms. Susan J. Shorney
Brett and Susan Sierakowski
Awad and Rhoda Sifri
Mike Sitrick
Dr. and Mrs. John L. Skosey
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Skurka
Mr. John J. Smid
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Smith
Solaia Luxury Salon & Spa
Ms. Faria Sepahrokh
Ms. Barbara Soris
Ms. Patricia B. Spence
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Spencer
Ms. Catherine Sreckovich
Dr. and Mrs. Conrad Stoll
Mr. and Mrs. John Stotts
Melissa Striedl
String Theory
Norma C. Stroner
Suzette's Creperie
Dr. Nancy Svoboda
Katherine Swihart
Tom and Jan Szot
Ms. Helen B. Szymanski
Ms. Macarena Tamayo-Calabrese
Ms. Gretchen A. Taylor
Ms. Donna Templeton
Virginia and Jerry Thompson
Paul Thompson
Timeline Theatre Company
Ann Titus
TransUnion LLC
Treasure House Resale Shop
Trinity Irish Dancers
James Truesdale
Ms. Robin S. Tryloff
Mr. Thomas Turigliatto
Ms. Nancy H. Turner
Ms. Carol Upshaw
Mr. and Ms. Anthony J. Vahcic
Eugenio and Carmen Valdes Ms. Judy Vogt
Kathryn Voland-Mann
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Volk
Ms. Patricia Vopenka
Judith Wagner
Penelope Wainwright
Larry Ward
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Warmowski
Judy Webster
Ms. Mary Lou Wehrli
Patricia and Richard Weichle
Robert and Marlene Weiler
Anne and Jim Wengerd
West Suburban Oral Health Care
The Westin Chicago Lombard
Scott and Danielle Wetle
John and Bobbi Wheatley
Wheaton Chamber of Commerce
Robert and Jeanne Whisler
Lenore Wilcox
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Williams
Ms. Paula Willuweit Pyrcik
Joseph and Laura Wilmarth Tyna
Ms. Jolene Wise
Ms. Ying L. Wong
Ms. Alice Wood
Mr. John Wright
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wulffen
Ms. Janice Yohanan
Mr. Benjamin P. Yost
Mr. Hank Zabelski
Diane Meiborg and Roger Zacek
Ms. Sabrina N. Zeidler
 
Corporate and Community
Sponsors
21c. Museum Hotel
A Toda Madre
Adelle's Fine American Fare
Aero Mexico/Delta
American International Group
Arts Midwest
Bank of America
Ball Horticultural Company
Brookdale Glen Ellyn
Cabernet & Company
Christopher B. Burke Engineering
The Clubhouse
College of DuPage Foundation
Crowne Plaza Hotel
DoubleTree by Hilton Lisle Naperville
DuPage Convention and Visitors Bureau
DuPage Foundation
Ecolab
El Famous Burrito
Enjoy Illinois/Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity
Extract Juicery
 Carl Ball Family Foundation
Glen Prairie
Goya Foods
I Have a Bean
Illinois Arts Council Agency
JCS Fund of the DuPage Foundation
La Tequileria, Inc.
Legat Architects
Naperville Convention and Visitors Bureau
National Endowment for the Arts
Nicor Gas
Nothing Bundt Cakes
Parkers' Restaurant and Bar
Reserve 22
Rotary Club of Bloomingdale-Roselle
Rotary Club of Carol Stream
Rotary Club of Glen Ellyn
Rotary International District 6440
Rotary International District 6450
Santa Fe Restaurant
Small Business Administration- Shuttered Venue Operators Grant
Sullivan Taylor, Gumina & Palmer, P.C.
TM Financial Forensics, LLC
Valic
90.9FM WDCB
West Suburban Art Society
98.7 WFMT
Wheaton A.M. Rotary Club
Wight and Company
 
* includes Seaton Society