Verdi's Il Trovatore Opera
FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 7 PM
SUNDAY, JANUARY 22, 2 PM
LOCATION: LATCHIS THEATRE (DIRECTIONS)
One great tune after another, a superlative Vermont cast of Julie Olsson, Jenna Rae, Cailin Marcel Manson, Javier Luengo Garrido, Elizabeth Wohl, James Anderson, and Ethan Bremner. We have the great singers for one of the central operas of the repertoire: our principals are spine-tingling in their passion and vocal power.
Audience: please bring something to produce a light metallic clashing sound so you can play along in Act II. Maybe a pair of spoons.
PEOPLE WHO CHANGE OUR LIVES
Nov. 12 & 13, 2016
A joint side-by-side concert with the Sage City Symphony
Jan. 20 & 22, 2017
Featuring Verdi's opera Il Trovatore
March 24 & 26, 2017
Featuring Symphonies No. 3 & 4
May 5 & 7, 2017
Featuring Dvorak, Prokofiev and Respighi
About the 2016-17 Season
Emotion. Intensity. Connection. Shared. Summit. Beauty & Delight.
The Windham Orchestra offers you a season of life-and-death emotion, virtuosic challenge, intellectual intensity and profound connection. We all experience music as a direct contact with these shared human phenomena and each of our concerts offers a rich and beautiful access to our own core.
In our opening concert, we experience what it is to live with the recent history of our town of Brattleboro, what it is to live in nature and the elements, what it is to be a flawed hero. Later: family drama painted very large; music that endures as a perpetual summit, no matter how frequently we scale it; purest beauty and delight.
We hope you'll join us at one of our upcoming concerts!
Join us in celebrating the richness of musical talent in our area
The Windham Orchestra features local musicians and composers. The 2016-2017 season marks our 47th year of making music together in Brattleboro, Vermont. We take pride in our history of providing symphonic music to Southeastern Vermont and our commitment to keeping classical music vital and building future audiences.
The Windham Orchestra serves four important roles in the musical community:
1) Performing live orchestral music in Brattleboro and surrounding towns;
2) Providing performance opportunities for musicians of all backgrounds;
3) Educating local school children; and
4) Providing an orchestral ensemble for performance of music by local composers.
Please attend our rehearsals and concerts. We welcome your participation as audience members, volunteers, and contributors. If you want to find ways for more active participation, send an email indicating your desire to become active.
Are you interested in playing with the Windham Orchestra? Contact our personnel manager, Kaitlin Haskins, at email@example.com.
Contribution. PARTNER. You!
Your presence supports us! We all grow in an environment of mutual support and opportunity. How would you like to support and contribute to the Windham Orchestra?
We invite you to be one of our Podium Partners, major supporters who contribute $500 or more to the orchestra. You will be acknowledged in our program booklet, as well as receiving two tickets to all our concerts during the season.
As a program of the Brattleboro Music Center the Windham Orchestra is a non-profit, 501(c)3 organization, and all donations are fully tax-deductible. Please make checks payable to the Brattleboro Music Center, with "Windham Orchestra" in the memo line and send it to:
c/o Brattleboro Music Center
38 Walnut Street
Brattleboro, VT 05301
Executive Committee Chair
Front of House Manager
FINANCE & PROGRAM MANAGER
Librarians: Frank Kotkov & Sarah Kotkov
Social Media: Catalina Arrubla
Box Office Management: Mary Hayes and Don Hayes
Concerto Competition: Ede Thomas & Lynn Trowbridge, with special thanks to Doug Cox
Rehearsal Set-up: Stephen Broll
Membership: Peter Gibbons
Logo Design: Peter Harris
Orchestra Section Managers: Alice Abraham, Phoebe Connolly, Frank Kotkov, Sara Aierstuck, Doug Cox, Connie Green, Jessica Murrow, Stephen Broll, Diane Lipartito, Karen Horton, Melissa Griffin, Kurt Weisman, Susan Lemei, and Michael Day
BRATTLEBORO MUSIC CENTER STAFF
Managing Director: Mary Greene
Campaign Director: Meg Lyons
Education Programs Coordinator: Carol Compton
Introducing the talented musicians playing in the Windham Orchestra for our 2016-17 season!
Philip Bloch, Concertmaster
Abe Moore Odell
Amy Cann, principal
Chris McAvoy, principal
Pedro Pereira, principal
Sandra Van De Kauter
Jamie MacDonald, principal
Kimi Hasegawa, principal
Connie Vial Green
Jessica Murrow, principal
Stephen Broll, principal
Diane Lipartito, principal
Melissa Griffin, principal
Karen Horton, principal
Kurt Weisman, principal
Tenor Tuba & Bass Trombone
Susan Lemei, principal
2016-17 MEMBER INFO
Windham Orchestra musicians: please check back here frequently for updated information about rehearsals, concerts, special events and more. Are you interested in playing with the Windham Orchestra? Contact our personnel manager, Kaitlin Haskins, at firstname.lastname@example.org.