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1 April 3, 2016 at The Chan Centre This concert is generously supported by Vic & Joan Baker and the Drance Family Early Music Vancouver Fund

2 Early Music Vancouver board of directors Tony Knox president Spencer Corrigal cpa,ca treasurer Sharon Kahn past president Stuart Bowyer Chris Guzy Tim Rendell cpa,ca Ingrid Söchting Vincent Tan Mark Vessey Fran Watters José Verstappen cm artistic director emeritus staff Matthew White executive & artistic director Nathan Lorch business manager Alicia Hansen production & programme coordinator Diana Magallon marketing & fundraising coordinator Ron Costanzo volunteer coordinator Jan Gates event photographer Laura Murray Public Relations marketing & media relations Trevor Mangion and The Chan Centre Box Office Staff emv ticket office: West 7th Avenue, Vancouver BC, V6H 1B6 tel: fax: earlymusic.bc.ca Culture is the expression of Canada s soul; it defines us and helps bring us together. The Government of Canada places great value on culture and is committed to supporting the arts and our artists. This is why we are proud to support these performances by Early Music Vancouver. Through its ecclectic performances and other artistic activities, this organization gives Canadian musicians the chance to demonstrate their talent and bring our culture to life. It lets music lovers discover melodies and harmonies that may come from a distant time, but still have the power to delight and inspire us today. Culture is the expression of Canada s soul; it defines us and helps bring us together. The Government of Canada places great value on culture and is committed to supporting the arts and our artists. This is why we are proud to support these performances by Early Music Vancouver. Through its ecclectic performances and other artistic activities, this organization gives Canadian musicians the chance to demonstrate their talent and bring our culture to life. It lets music lovers discover melodies and harmonies that may come from a distant time, but still have the power to delight and inspire us today. As Minister of Canadian Heritage, I would like to thank the Vancouver Society for Early Music and all the artists, organizers and volunteers who made these performances possible. I applaud your efforts to promote understanding and appreciation of early music. The Honourable / L honorable Mélanie Joly La culture est l expression de l âme du Canada. Elle contibue à nous définir et à nous unir. Le gouvernement du Canada accorde beaucoup d importance à la culture, et il a à cœur de soutenir les arts et les artistes canadiens. C est pour cette raison que nous sommes fiers d appuyer la présentation de ces concerts par l organisme Early Music Vancouver. Grâce a ses spectacles et autres activités artistiques, cet organisme donne la chance aux musiciens canadiens de faire valoir leur talent et d animer notre culture. Il permet aux mélomanes de découvrir des mélodies et des harmonies qui, bien que d une autre époque, arrivent encore à nous séduire et a nous inspirer. À titre de ministre du Patrimoine canadien, je remercie la Vancouver Society for Early Music, ainsi que les artistes, les organisateurs et les bénévoles qui assurent la présentation de ces concerts. Vos efforts en vue de mieux faire connaître et apprécier la musique ancienne méritent d être applaudis. As Minister of Canadian Heritage, I would like to thank the Vancouver Society for Early Music and all the artists, organizers and volunteers who made these performances possible. I applaud your efforts to promote understanding and appreciation of early music. Our concerts are made possible through the generous assistance of our many volunteers who offer their time. For today's concert, we would like to thank in particular: Interested in joining our volunteer corps? Phone for details. 2 Early Music Vancouver Masterworks Series at the Chan

3 the artists programme Alexander Weimann music director & harpsichord This afternoon's programme will be performed without an intermission Pacific Baroque Orchestra and UBC Baroque Mentorship Orchestra pacific baroque orchestra & ubc baroque mentorship orchestra: Georg Philipp Telemann ( ): Concerto in D major (twv 54:d3) for 3 trumpets, timpani, 2 oboes and strings Intrada Adagio Allegro Largo Vivace pacific baroque orchestra: Johann Sebastian Bach ( ): Brandenburg Concerto 1 in F major (bwv 1046) This concert is generously supported by Victor and Joan Baker and by the Drance Family Early Music Vancouver Fund pacific baroque orchestra Pre-concert chat with host Matthew White at 2:15: Alexander Weimann [No indication] Adagio Allegro Menuetto - Trio - Polacca - Trio pacific baroque orchestra & ubc baroque mentorship orchestra: Georg Frideric Handel ( ): Music for the Royal Fireworks in D major (hwv 351) Ouverture Bourée La Paix La Rejouissance Menuet I & II THE UNAUTHORISED USE OF ANY VIDEO OR AUDIO RECORDING DEVICE IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED earlymusic.bc.ca Early Music Vancouver Masterworks Series at the Chan

4 Alexander Weimann music director & harpsichord Pacific Baroque Orchestra violin Chloe Meyers concertmaster Linda Melsted, Christine Wilkinson Beckmann, Tekla Cunningham, Arthur Neele, Paul Luchkow, Angela Malmberg viola Elly Winer, Joanna Hood cello Nathan Whittaker, Juliana Soltis violone/double bass Natalie Mackie, Curtis Daily harpsichord Christina Hutten trumpet Kris Kwapis, Lena Console, Katherine Evans horn Andrew Clark, Steve Denroche, Holly Bryan oboe Curtis Foster, Marea Chernoff, Graham St. Laurent bassoon Katrina Russell, Nate Helgeson timpani Nicole Arendt UBC Baroque Mentorship Orchestra violin Majka Demcak, Elana Cooper, Mansoon Bow viola Cicely Nelson, Vijay Chalasani cello/viola da gamba Shin-Jung Nam, Charlotte Tyhurst, Charles Cayer oboe William Lin bassoon Michael Vaughan pacific baroque orchestra board of trustees Richard L. Beecher president Yolanda Zeng treasurer Tracy Tai secretary Gabrielle Komorowska, Jennifer West PACIFIC BAROQUE ORCHESTRA DONORS Anonymous Roman & Sigrid Babicki Vic & Joan Baker Kenneth A. Beecher Richard Beecher Alan & Elizabeth Bell Paul G. Bradley Brown Strachan Associates Norma Chatwin Marylin Clark Roger A Cole Ronald A. Costanzo Judith Davis Elisabeth Dehalmy Elizabeth Demner Dr. Stephen Drance Helen Elfert Virginia Evans Alexander Fisher Robert & Marthena Fitzpatrick Charles Flavelle Sylvia K. F. Fockler Missy Follwell Maureen Girvan John Goheen Ursula Graf Patricia Grindlay Elizabeth Guilbride Ian Hampton Martha Hazevoet Allyson M Hunter Morgan Inglis Ursula Jaekel Jadwiga Jankowska & Jerzy Jankowski Gabrielle Komorowska Myrna Kostash J. Evan & Janice Kreider Danette T. Kugler Adele Lafleur Catherine LaRoche Joanna Lehmann Maureen Lewton Audrey Lieberman Leona Luchkow Nicolas Maftei Elaine J. Makortoff Lena & Olof Malmberg John Mancini Monica Marantz Melody Mason Peggy Anne Mathisen Christina Meyers Michael J. & Jane Millard Jane Millen Irene Miller Mission Software Systems Donelda J Parker Stephen B. Partridge Randall M Peterman Merril Preston Gerry Prins Peter Reis Peter Rohloff Robert Rothwell John Sawyer Erna Schaefer Waltraud Schneider Geraldine Jill Schroder Lydia Semotuk Verna Semotuk Juliet Simon Ingrid Söchting Deborah E. Sommerfeld David A. Swan Thomas & Margaret Taylor Sheryl Thurston Craig Tomlinson & Carol Tsuyuki José Verstappen Dr. Bevan Voth and Barbara Nickel Barbara M. Walker Barrie Webster Andrea Westcott Gwyneth Westwick Martha Wintemute Richard Wong Dr. Michael A. Woolnough Yolanda Zeng Louise Zizka PACIFIC BAROQUE ORCHESTRA is supported by pacificbaroque.com 4 Early Music Vancouver Masterworks Series at the Chan

5 the musicians Alexander Weimann music director Alexander Weimann is one of the most sought-after ensemble directors, soloists, and chamber music partners of his generation. After traveling the world with ensembles like Tragicomedia, Cantus Cölln, the Freiburger Barockorchester, the Gesualdo Consort and Tafelmusik, he now focuses on his activities as Artistic Director of the Pacific Baroque Orchestra in Vancouver, and as music director of Les Voix Baroques, Le Nouvel Opéra and Tempo Rubato. Recently, he has conducted the Montreal-based baroque orchestra Ensemble Arion, Les Violons du Roy, and the Portland Baroque Orchestra; both the Orchestre Symphonique de Québec and the Montreal Symphony Orchestra have regularly featured him as a featured soloist. In the last years, he has repeatedly conducted the Victoria Symphony and Symphony Nova Scotia, most recently with Handel s Messiah. Alexander Weimann can be heard on some 100 CDs. He made his North American recording debut with the ensemble Tragicomedia on the CD Capritio (Harmonia Mundi USA), and won worldwide acclaim from both the public and critics for his 2001 release of Handel s Gloria (ATMA Classique). Volume 1 of his recordings of the complete keyboard works by Alessandro Scarlatti appeared in May Critics around the world unanimously praised it, and in the following year it was nominated for an Opus Prize as the best Canadian early music recording. Recently, he has also released an Opus Award-winning CD of Handel oratorio arias with superstar soprano Karina Gauvin and his new Montreal-based ensemble Craig C. Tomlinson HARPSICHORDS & FORTEPIANOS 1282 Jefferson Avenue, West Vancouver BC, Canada V7T 2B Tempo Rubato, a recording of Bach s St. John s Passion, various albums with Les Voix Baroques of Buxtehude, Carissimi and Purcell, all with rave reviews. His latest album with Karina Gauvin and Arion Baroque Orchestra (Prima Donna) won a Juno Award in 2013, and a complete recording of Handel s Orlando was released in the fall of 2013, with an exciting group of international star soloists and the Pacific Baroque Orchestra performing. Alexander Weimann was born in 1965 in Munich, where he studied the organ, church music, musicology (with a summa cum laude thesis on Bach s secco recitatives), theatre, medieval Latin, and jazz piano, supported by a variety of federal scholarships for the highly talented. In addition to his studies, he has attended numerous master classes in harpsichord and historical performance. To ground himself further in the roots of western music, he became intensely involved over the course of several years with Gregorian chant. Alexander Weimann has moved to the Vancouver area with his wife, 3 children and pets, and tries to spend as much time as possible in his garden and kitchen. Pacific Baroque Orchestra The Pacific Baroque Orchestra (PBO) is recognized as one of Canada s most exciting and innovative ensembles performing early music for modern ears. PBO brings the music of the past up to date by performing with cutting edge style and enthusiasm. Formed in 1990, the orchestra quickly established itself as a force in Vancouver s burgeoning music scene with the ongoing support of Early Music Vancouver. In 2009 PBO welcomed Alexander Weimann, one of the most sought-after ensemble directors, soloists, and chamber music partners of his generation, as Artistic Director. Weimann s imaginative programming and expert leadership have drawn in many new concertgoers, and his creativity and engaging musicianship have carved out a unique and vital place in the cultural landscape of Vancouver. PBO regularly joins forces with internationally celebrated Canadian guest artists, providing performance opportunities for Canadian musicians while exposing West Coast audiences to a spectacular variety of talent. The Orchestra has also toured B.C., the northern United States and across Canada as far as the East Coast. The musicians of the Pacific Baroque Orchestra have been at the core of many large-scale productions by Early Music Vancouver in recent years, including many summer festival performances led by Alexander Weimann. earlymusic.bc.ca Early Music Vancouver Masterworks Series at the Chan

6 BRING EMV HOME! Host an EMV Guest Musician MUSIC ON MAIN More great concerts this spring. Order a 3-Pack and save! musiconmain.ca Trio Cleonice Winners of the 2014 John Lad Prize and donors like you! April 19, 2016 at Studio 700 Music by Joseph Haydn, Donald Martino, and Felix Mendelssohn. We acknowledge the financial assistance of the Province of British Columbia. Do you have a guest room that often sits empty? Do you enjoy well-educated, articulate houseguests from across the country and the world? Do you like Classical music? Would you like to get the inside scoop about performing from a professional musician? If your answer to any of these questions is yes, then I invite you to consider joining the growing number of EMV supporters who house visiting guest musicians. Get to know some of the wonderful musicians that come to Vancouver to bring you great music. Host only when it is convenient for you; all you need to provide is a private room. For more information please contact Alicia Hansen Production Manager, Early Music Vancouver: extension 2004 Early Music Vancouver thanks the following for graciously hosting some of the guest musicians for today's concert: Gilliam Chetty Spencer Corrigal Marie & David Harris Judy Killam Tony & Margie Knox J. Evan & Janice Kreider Monique Prudhomme & Robert MacDonald Marlene LeGates & Al Dreher Nicholas & Olivia Swindale Valerie Weeks & Barry Honda 6 Early Music Vancouver Masterworks Series at the Chan

7 programme notes This afternoon s programme is exuberantly festive. Not only have Handel s Music for the Royal Fireworks and Bach s Brandenburg concertos elevated the spirits of generations of music lovers, today s performance celebrates the accomplishments of students and young professionals, members of the UBC Baroque Mentorship Orchestra, who have spent the academic year studying under Alexander Weimann, Chloe Meyers, Natalie Mackie, and special guests including Nicholas McGegan. The Baroque Mentorship Orchestra Programme, a collaboration between Early Music Vancouver, Pacific Baroque Orchestra, and the UBC School of Music, provides an extraordinary opportunity for students to intuitively learn period performance practice and professional skills, sitting beside the very best historical instrument players in weekly rehearsals and in the professional rehearsals that preceded this concert, when the Mentorship Orchestra joined the Pacific Baroque Orchestra to create a lavish ensemble of more than 40 musicians. Triumphs are made sweeter by trials. For the students of the Baroque Mentorship Orchestra, the relatively minor tribulations included adapting to violins without chin or shoulder rests, cellos without endpins, woodwinds without keys, differently balanced bows, and gut strings more sensitive to climate changes than their modern counterparts. The pieces on the programme survived much hotter crucibles to delight us today. The 1721 autograph manuscript of Johann Sebastian Bach s Brandenburg Concertos languished unopened on a shelf in the library of Christian Ludwig, Margrave of Brandenburg, until his death, when it was sold for the equivalent of $25. Bach gave the concertos the understated title, Concerts avec plusieurs instruments. In fact, they feature unprecedented and daring combinations of instruments. Concerto No. 1 foregrounds a solo group of two horns, three oboes, bassoon, and violin piccolo, a miniature violin tuned a third or fourth higher than the standard violin. In the Brandenburgs, he explores the endless adaptability of the concerto principle, in which a solo group, or concertino, is pitted against the rest of the orchestra. He likely composed them during his time as organist and director of music in Weimar, when he was introduced to the concertos of Antonio Vivaldi. His biographer, Johann Nikolaus Forkel, asserts that these taught [Bach] how to think musically, explaining that through them Bach achieved his astounding mastery of musical order, coherence, and proportion. Georg Philipp Telemann s Concerto in D Major for Three Trumpets and Timpani celebrated the birth of Leopold Johann of Hapsburg, heir to the imperial throne. The opening Intrada exuberantly heralds the entrance of the tiny royal. Tragically, the prince died in infancy, the only son of Charles VI. His sister Maria Theresa was born the following year. On the grounds of ancient Salic law that prohibited royal inheritance by a woman, France and Prussia challenged her right to the Hapsburg dynasty. Great Britain and the Dutch Republic, long enemies of France, sided with Austria. The War of Austrian Succession broke out in 1739, finally ending in 1748 with the Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle and Maria Theresa s crowning as empress. Peace was celebrated in London with a grand fireworks display accompanied by a new orchestral suite commissioned from George Frideric Handel. Perhaps in an attempt to popularize the expensive war and controversial treaty, George II demanded that Handel perform his Music for the Royal Fireworks not only during the official celebrations at London s Green Park, but also in an open rehearsal at the Vauxhall Gardens. London newspapers and magazines contributed to the propaganda, claiming that 8,000 to 12,000 people attended the public rehearsal, though Vauxhall Gardens only have accommodated about 3,000 people. The official performance on April 27, 1749 failed dismally. All the brass and winds of Handel s 100-member band could not compete with the noise of the fireworks, and rainy weather damped the atmosphere, but did not prevent the pavilion in which Handel and his musicians performed from catching fire! Neither did Handel escape vicious criticism. A 1749 caricature by Joseph Goupy depicts Handel, an extravagantly-dressed pig seated at a chamber organ surrounded by food and military instruments, with a wine cask for an organ bench. However this royal commission and his delight in sensual pleasures may have harmed his public image, Handel s friends knew a different man. James Smyth reports that he died as he lived in perfect charity with all the world. Handel established and donated generously to the Society for the Support of Decay d Musicians, and served as a governor of the Foundling Hospital for vulnerable and abandoned children. On May 27, 1749, Handel presented a re-orchestrated indoor version of his Music for the Royal Fireworks in a charitable concert for the hospital. The event generated so much excitement that women were asked not to wear hooped skirts and men told not to bring swords to make room for the large audience. Handel continued his popular fundraising concerts until his death, performing Messiah at the Foundling Hospital every year. He raised the equivalent of more than a million dollars for the care and education of children. Christina Hutten earlymusic.bc.ca Early Music Vancouver Masterworks Series at the Chan

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9 partners early music vancouver gratefully acknowledges the assistance and support of: government support We acknowledge the support of the Province of British Columbia foundations the drance family early music vancouver fund production partners EARLY MUSIC GUILD Whidbey Island Music Festival pacific baroque orchestra LAUDATE SINGERS corporate support we also gratefully acknowledge the generosity of our many individual donors. thank you! You can be in good company too! The corporate sponsors of Early Music Vancouver give back to their community through the support of our performances and education & outreach programmes. Their efforts make a meaningful difference for concertgoers and musicians alike. Our wide range of activities offers unique sponsoship opportunities for both large and small companies to support us while also reaching their corporate goals. A range of sponsorship advantages is available, including logo recognition, complimentary tickets for your clients, employee discounts, and many other benefits tailored to your specific needs. Call Matthew White to discuss how our audience profile may fit with your company s objectives: earlymusic.bc.ca Early Music Vancouver Masterworks Series at the Chan

10 EARLY MUSIC VANCOUVER Leave a Legacy Help us give the gift of Early Music to future generations You can ensure the continued health and vibrancy of Early Music in Vancouver through one of the most powerful tools in your possession your estate plan. Legacy gifts are an expression of your values, wishes and hopes for the future. There are different ways in which you can make a legacy gift. Each type has different benefits for you and your family. Examples: A Bequest in your Will naming Early Music Vancouver as a beneficiary Naming EMV as a beneficiary of a Life Insurance Policy or RRSP Creating or contributing to an Endowment Fund If you have already included Early Music Vancouver in your estate plan or would like more information on possibilities for legacy gifts, please contact our Managing Director Tim Rendell at or for more information. To ensure that your particular needs are met and that your exact wishes are honoured, we recommend that you consult your legal and/or financial advisors. Planned gifts can create excellent tax advantages; ask your financial advisor to help determine the most advantageous plan for you. Thank you for your support! Full Legal name: Vancouver Society for Early Music Charitable Number: RR0001 Early Music Vancouver 1254 West 7th Avenue, Vancouver BC, V6H 1B6 Photo credit Jan Gates EARLY MUSIC VANCOUVER ENDOWMENT FUND DONORS A select group of donors has, in addition to their annual donations, generously contributed to Early Music Vancouver s Endowment Fund which is administered by the Vancouver Foundation, and which currently stands at over 1.2 million dollars. Interest from this Fund will continue to support our performances & activities in perpetuity. ( $ 100,000+) The Drance Family Early Music Vancouver Fund ( $ 20,000+) Vic & Joan Baker Ralph Spitzer & Hisako Kurotaki José Verstappen 2 Anonymous Donors ( $ 5,000+) Marcia Sipes ( $ 2,500+) Tom Blom Maurice & Tama Copithorne Frank & Helen Elfert James C. & Wendy Russell ( $ 1,000+) Heather Franklyn Martha Hazevoet Dorothy Jantzen Tony & Margie Knox Ottie Lockey & Eve Zaremba Greg Louis Glenys McDonald The RPC Family Foundation Karen Shuster Nicholas Swindale Lorna Weir Peter Wood 1 Anonymous Donor (up to $ 1,000) Evelyn Anderson Alan & Elizabeth Bell Meo Beo Jeffrey Black & Mary Chapman L & C Bosman C Y Chiu Gillian & Mike Collins Basil Stuart-Stubbs Judith Davis Jane Flick & Robert Heidbreder Dr Val Geddes Margot Guthrie Patrick Gilligan-Hackett Mark Halpern Linda Johnston Peter Kwok Elizabeth Lamberton Susanne Lloyd Janette McMillan & Douglas Graves Benjamin Milne Alberto Mondani Alfred & Jennifer Muma Barbara Murray Judith & Greg Phanidis Joan Rike Elfriede & Peter Rohloff Dr Robert S Rothwell Jo & Bob Tharalson Anona Thorne & Takao Tanabe James Walsh Glenys Webster & Paul Luchkow 5 Anonymous Donors It is possible to contribute to the Early Music Vancouver Endowment Fund with a current gift, which can be pledged over time, or through a gift in your will. Matching funds for current gifts are available from Canadian Heritage. All donors to the Fund, whether their gift is current or planned, will be recognised in our programmes, with the donor s permission. To find out more, please contact Managing Director Tim Rendell at or Early Music Vancouver is pleased to accept gifts of publicly traded securities. When you donate securities traded on a designated stock exchange directly to Early Music Vancouver, you benefit from the donation tax credit, and the complete elimination of the capital gains tax. As a result, the combined tax savings can be quite impressive. 10 Early Music Vancouver Masterworks Series at the Chan

11 early music vancouver - donors and supporters Archangels ( $ 10,000-50,000): Elaine Adair * Carol Brauner The Mary & Gordon Christopher Foundation * Howard & Margaret Evans The Leon and Thea Koerner Foundation Long-term friends of Early Music Vancouver * Angels ( $ 5,000- $ 9,999): Bryan & Gail Atkins * Dr Stephen Drance * Sharon Kahn * Tony & Margie Knox * The Lloyd Carr-Harris Foundation * The Nemetz Foundation * Dr Katherine E Paton * Glen Patterson José Verstappen * Bruce Munro Wright 2 Anonymous Angels Patrons ( $ 1,000- $ 4,999): Mary Brown * Spencer Corrigal * Helen & Frank Elfert * Alfred Leo Fischer Heather Franklyn * Dr Val Geddes * Marianne Gibson * Ursula Graf * Chris Guzy & Mari Csemi * The Hamber Foundation * The Martha Lou Henley Charitable Foundation The John & Leni Honsaker Fund * Dorothy Jantzen Donations in honour of Sharon Kahn and Barrie MacFadden D.A. Knox Law Corporation J. Evan & Janice Kreider * Yvonne McLean * David W McMurtry * James C & Wendy Russell * Ingrid Söchting * Vincent Tan Jo & Bob Tharalson * Anona Thorne & Takao Tanabe * Dr Carol Tsuyuki * Mark Vessey and Maya Yazigi * Birgit Westergaard & Norman Gladstone * Peter Wood * Gordon W. Young * 3 Anonymous Patrons Sponsors ( $ 500- $ 999): Dr Patricia Baird * Christina Burridge Patrick & Meredith Cashion Early Music Vancouver gratefully acknowledges our many contributors & donors, who play a vital role in supporting the well-being of our organisation, and ensuring our continuing success. Thank you! Maurice & Tama Copithorne * Donations in memory of Betty Drance Ernst & Young LLP Charles & Lucile Flavelle Family Fund * Jane Flick & Robert Heidbreder * Martha Hazevoet * Agnes Hohn * Heather & Bill Holmes Etsuko Fuseya Jennings * Paula Kremer Hisako Kurotaki * Evelyn Leaf * John Leighton * David Lemon Ian Michaud Hans-Karl & Irene Piltz * Tim & Janet Rendell Elfriede and Peter Rohloff Dr Robert S Rothwell * Karen Shuster * Nicholas Swindale * Mark Tindle & Leslie Cliff Bruno Wall & Jane Macdonald Fran Watters Dr James Whittaker * Wolrige Mahon LLP 3 Anonymous Sponsors Benefactors ( $ 300- $ 499): Wendy Affleck Evelyn Anderson * Hugh Anton Alan & Elizabeth Bell * Stuart Bowyer Patricia Coldren Alex Fisher & Lisa Slouffman * David & Nancy Fraser Hannah & Ian Gay * Beverley Green * Winifred Hall Maria Harris Delma Hemming * Barry Honda & Valerie Weeks Hanna & Anne Kassis * Peter Kwok * Graeme & Paddy Macleod * Marta & Nicolas Maftei * Glenys McDonald * Patricia Merivale * Christi Meyers Jodi Norrison Stephen Partridge * Pam Ratner & Joy Johnson James & Jean Simpson * Tom & Margaret Taylor * Ada Ho & Doug Vance * John Wiebe Karen Wilson * Tessa Wright 6 Anonymous Benefactors Donors ( $ 100- $ 299): Debra Anderson Sarah Ballantyne * A Special Thank-You * to our Loyal Long-Time Donors The names in these listings which are marked with an asterisk [*] indicate donors who have supported Early Music Vancouver annually for five years or more. Their loyal and ongoing generosity has been especially valued, and has helped ensure that we can plan our annual projects & seasons with confidence and with a solid sense of security. Thank you! : ) Leslie Bauming * Richard Beecher Richard Bevis * Peter & Doris Bietenholz Janine Bond * Gordon Briggs David Brent Karl Brunner * Frank Cameron Andrew J A Campbell * David Chercover Peter & Hilde Colenbrander * Michael Collins * Gordon Cool * Ron Costanzo * Cull Family Fund Judith Davis * Elisabeth de Halmy * Marc Destrubé & Anna Goren * Margaret Duke Carolyn Eckel David Fallis & Alison Mackay Martina Farmer Keith Farquhar & Koji Ito * Mrs Eve Farson Marguerite Fauquenoy & Bernard Saint-Jacques Ingrid Fedoroff Robert & Marthena Fitzpatrick * Judith Forst * Andrew Fyson James Gaffney John Grace Paul Gravett & Mark Hand * Jolle Greenleaf Elizabeth Guilbride Elizabeth & Keith Hamel Ian Hampton & Susan Round * Dr Evelyn J Harden * Christina Hutten Ralph Huenemann & Deirdre Roberts * Denise Hui Elsie & Audrey Jang Fund Patrick Jordan * Lars & Anne Kaario * Lynn Kagan Tasos & Joy Kazepides * Miles Kelly Judy Killam * Harold & Simone Knutson * Joslin Kobylka * David Lach & Suzann Zimmering * Elizabeth Lamberton * Nicholas Lamm Ursula Litzcke Sheryl MacKay Shirley MacKenzie Catherine MacLaughlin E.J. Makortoff * Emil Marek Fraidie Martz Melody Mason * Lucie McNeill * Dr Barbara J Moon Alfred & Jennifer Muma * John Munro Sarah Munro * Barb Murray * Shari & Larry Nelson * Geoffrey Newman Sharon Newman * Margaret O Brien * Neil & Donna Ornstein Wilfried Ortlepp * Jane Papageorgis * JoAnn Perry David M. Phillips * Hannelore Pinder Anne Piternick * Jocelyn Pritchard * Jesse Read Joan Rike * Barb Robertson * Rhona Rosen Selma Savage * Elaine Sawyer Traudi Schneider * Stuart & Wendy Scholefield * Shirley Sexsmith * Lorraine Sharpsteen & Carl Douglas Mr. Paris Simons * Marcia Sipes A donation in honour of Eileen Stevens * David & Eileen Tamblin * Douglas Todd Grant Tomlinson * Doug Tuck Vancouver Viols Nicholas Voss * Barbara M Walker * James Walsh * Heddi & Tony Walter * Jon Washburn Jim Wearing * Lorna Weir A donation in honour of Birgit Westergaard & Norman Gladstone Gwyneth & Roy Westwick Audrey Winch Nancy Wong Dr Michael & Jane Woolnough * Dale & Ted Wormeli * Karen Wright Rosemary & Owen Wright Reece Wrightman Jennifer & Kenneth Yule 20 Anonymous Donors Friends (up to $ 100): Simone Artaud Kerry Baisley Jeremy Berkman & Sheila McDonald * Patricia Birch G. Pat Blunden * Natalie & Gary Boychuk Janet Brynjolfsson Norma Chatwin * Marylin Clark * Abe Cohen Brian Coleman * Bette Cosar * Greg Cross * Catherine Crouch * Dr Gaelan de Wolf * Ruth Enns * Szajndla & Moses Fisch Sharon Fitzsimons Elinor Frey Kenneth Friedman * Mary Godolphin Emmett Hall Robert Haywood-Farmer Annie Hess Elizabeth Hunter * Gretchen & Robert Ingram Valerie Jones Louise Klaassen Robert Koepke Yolande LaFleur * Edgar Latimer * Julia MacRae Reva Malkin Jim McDowell Colleen McLaughlin-Barlow Colin Miles * Nina Moser * Helen & John O Brian Celia O Neill Jane L Perry * Connie Piper * Diane Richer Carole Ruth * David Ryeburn * Valerie Shackleton Juliet Simon Peter & Rosa Stenberg * Ronald & Dorothy Sutherland * Beverly Taylor * John Tulip Esther Vitalis William H. Walsh * Norma Wasty Steven & Deborah Weiner Hector, Caroline, & Edward Williams John Wright Elizabeth Yip Andrew Young 17 Anonymous Friends These listings include donations received prior to March 11, 2016 SPECIAL THANKS TO Prism Printing and Digital Centre The Rosedale on Robson Sikora s Classical Records Urban Impact Recycling Gift of French Double-Manual Harpsichord by Carol Brauner Early Music Vancouver gratefully acknowledges the recent donation by Carol Brauner of a double-manual French harpsichord, made by Edward R. Turner of Pender Island. This instrument, built in the mid-70s, is modelled after a superb 18th-century harpsichord by Pascal Taskin in the Russell Collection in Edinburgh; this new addition is particularly appropriate for performance of late baroque repertoire, and will be featured regularly at our events. earlymusic.bc.ca Early Music Vancouver Masterworks Series at the Chan

12 Vancouver Bach Festival 2016 AUGUST 2 THROUGH 12 Goldberg Variations / Variations Dan Tepfer piano A collaboration with Coastal Jazz The Art of the Fugue Davitt Moroney harpsichord Solo Sonatas for Violin & Harpsichord Byron Schenkman harpsichord and Ingrid Matthews violin April 15, 2016 at The Chan Centre This concert is generously supported by Sharon Kahn and by Chris Guzy & Mari Csémi Information & ticket orders: earlymusic.bc.ca or B minor Mass at the Chan Centre Alexander Weimann music director Ensemble Arion with Les Voix Baroques Yulia Van Doren & Shannon Mercer sopranos Laura Pudwell & Krisztina Szabó mezzo-sopranos Charles Daniels & Phillipe Gagné tenors Christian Immler & Sumner Thompson baritones Sequentia Monks Singing Pagans Benjamin Bagby director, voice & medieval harp Norbert Rodenkirchen medieval flutes & harp Wolodymyr Smishkewych voice & organistrum Hanna Marti voice & medieval harp Anna Magdalena Songbook Ellen Hargis soprano, Marie-Nathalie Lacoursière baroque dance Christopher Bagan & Michael Jarvis, harpsichord Lucas Harris lute The Musical Offering Claire Guimond flute Chloe Meyers violin Beiliang Zhu cello Alexander Weimann harpsichord Cello Suites Beiliang Zhu cello Orchestral Suites for a Young Prince Pacific Baroque Orchestra Monica Huggett guest director & violin Gonzalo Ruiz oboe soloist Tickets will be on sale by April 15

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