May 21-22, 12016 - Santa Barbara Symphony


May 21-22, 12016 - Santa Barbara Symphony
Santa Barbara Junior Orchestra
& Youth Symphony
Santa Barbara Junior Orchestra
Welcome to the Santa Barbara Junior
Hello Friends,
What a marvelous year we have experienced! The addition of woodwinds
and brass to the Junior Strings has expanded our sound and range to new
heights. For our novice players, this new sound was a grand experience as
well as being in an ensemble for the first time. Our more seasoned students
have been great with helping them adjust to their new surroundings. All the
students are such wonderful people. They demonstrate this character by
sharing their knowledge with each other and by working together. It's a
delight to watch this interaction.
Our program selections of classical music, pop tunes and chamber
ensembles keep our students active and engaged. They always put forth their
best effort. You can see the gleam in their eyes and the excitement in their
faces when Team JO unifies their sound into one huge instrument.
Music has a way of bringing people together without speaking. When you
hear a song, when you sing a song, one tends to smile. It places you in a
better state of mind. To be a member of the community that helps expand the
knowledge and special qualities of music is a privilege. Thank you for
allowing me to share the subject that gives me continued joy.
Marisa McLeod
Conductor, Junior Orchestra
Bienvenido a la Santa Barbara Orquesta
Hola Amigos,
Que año tan maravilloso hemos experimentado. Con la adición de
instrumentos de viento y bronce al grupo de Junior Strings ha ampliado
nuestro sonido y alcance a nuevas alturas. Para nuestros miembros, este
nuevo sonido fue una gran experiencia, igual que siendo parte de un
conjunto por primera vez. Nuestros estudiantes más avanzados han hecho un
buen trabajo ayudando a los demás ajustarse sus nuevos alrededores. Todos
los estudiantes son personas tan maravillosas. Ellos han demostrado este
carácter, compartiendo su conocimiento con cada uno y trabajando juntos.
Es un placer ver esta interacción.
Nuestra selección de programa, que incluye música clásica, melodías pop y
conjunto de cámara, mantiene nuestros estudiantes activos e involucrados.
Ellos siempre aportan su mejor esfuerzo. Pueden mirar el brillo en sus ojos y
la emoción en sus rostros
La música tiene una manera de unir a las personas sin hablar. Cuando
escuchas una canción, cuando cantas una canción, uno tiende a sonreír, lo
coloca en un mejor estado de ánimo. Para ser un miembro de la comunidad
que ayuda a ampliar el conocimiento y las cualidades especiales de la música
es un privilegio. Gracias por permitirme compartir el tema que
me da alegría que continua.
Marisa McLeod
Conductor, Junior Orquesta
About Marisa McLeod
Marisa McLeod, a native of
Newark, New Jersey, began her studies of
the violin at the age of 3. She received her
bachelor of music degree at Montclair
State University, and her master of music
degree from the University of Rochester’s
Eastman School of Music. She studied the
Suzuki method and received her Suzuki
certification from the Eastman School under Anastasia Jempelis. She has
continued her Suzuki studies with Cathryn Lee, Edmund Sprunger, Sherry
Cadow, Martha Shackford, and Mark Bjork.
She was a member of the Anderson String Quartet for 10 years.
She has studied the art of string quartet playing with the Cleveland
Quartet with Peter Salaff as her private teacher, Juilliard String Quartet,
American String Quartet, and Le Quatuor de Deux Monde, in
Fontaineblau, France. Members of the Anderson Quartet were artists in
residence and members of the music faculty at California State University,
Los Angeles. She has also performed and recorded for such artists as
Snoop Dog, Smokey Robinson, En Vogue, Moesha, Stevie Wonder, Earth,
Wind and Fire, and many others.
She presently performs with the California Philharmonic, Santa
Barbara Symphony, and various orchestras in Southern California. She has
taught strings for the Arts Council of Conejo Valley. She is presently a
Suzuki and strings instructor at the Viewpoint School in Calabasas and
adjunct professor at Westmont College. She also maintains private violin
and viola studios in South Pasadena, Thousand Oaks, Agoura Hills, and
Santa Barbara.
For Marisa, performance is sustenance. She relishes the
interdependence between art, the artist, and the audience. And as a
teacher and coach, she finds herself in the enviable position of being
able to pass on to others the how-to of creating this loving relationship.
Santa Barbara Junior Orchestra
Saturday, May 21, 2016 3:00pm
Music Academy of the West
Marisa McLeod, Conductor
Sword Dance
arr. by Bob Phillips
from Mary Poppins
Richard and Robert Sherman
arr. Katie Mendenhall
Star Wars
John Williams
arr. Angela Miller
Let Me Be Your Star
Lyrics by Scott Wittman and Marc Shaiman
Music by Marc Shaiman
arr. by Victor Lopez
Japanese Folk Song
arr. by Joanne Martin
String Ensemble
Fabian Clifford, Clearwater Whitehead*, violas
Ysabella Dodson, Kai Suzuki, Ryan Souza, Julia Etchart, Moonman Whitehead*, cellos
Canadian Folk Song
Italian Folk Song
arr. by Joanne Martin
Violin Ensemble
Katherine Casey, Luca De Angelis, Lucy Golden, Kevin He, Sarah Henderson, Divya Pakalapati,
Nancy Shen*, Justin Souza, Elijah Valerjev.
Sumer Is Icumen In
English Folk Song
Nicola Parker, Rebecca Lennon, Audrey Brecher, flutes, Anna Sung Park, oboe
Old Grey Cat
Irish Traditional
Nicola Parker, Rebecca Lennon, Audrey Brecher, flutes
Anna Sung Park, oboe
Amanda Lennon, bassoon
Minuet from Divertimento
W. A. Mozart
Clarinet Trio
Vincent Cappello and Brett Cochran , Part 1
Katya Gonzalez* and Pratik Gupta, Part 2
Lia Papador and Nikhil Gupta, Part 3
Jammin' With Charlie
Dean Sorenson/Bruce Pearson
Woodwind and Brass
Rosin Eating Zombies from Outer Space
Richard Meyer
Themes from Leroy Anderson’s Irish Suite - Part 1
Junior Orchestra
Daniel Alvarez
Hayden Avila
Francisco Baron
Sophia Blake
Katherine Casey
Berenice Chavez
Luca De Angelis
Lucy Golden
Mia Gomez
Angel Gonzalez
Kevin He
Sarah Henderson
David Jeong
Jieun Moon
Emily Morua
Divya Pakalapati
Abigail Palma
Nikhita Rao
David Rousso
Nancy Shen*
Jade Silva
Melissa Silva*
Steven Solano
Justin Souza
Shashank Thattai
Abigail Torres
Roberto Torrez
Daniel Truong
Marissa Valdez
Elijah Valerjev
Noah Girdler
Dana Gramckow
Roxanne Jackson-Gain
Vinesh Manian
Melany Nuñez
Mariana Rodriguez
Ryan Souza
Kai Suzuki
Fabian Clifford
Elisabeth Fout
Steve Morales
Clear Water Whitehead*
Moon Man Whitehead*
Amanda Lennon
Lily DiBartolomeo*
Eddie Dodson
Ysabella Dodson
Julia Etchart
Eliana Girdler
Adam Gilman*
Kaj Nielson
Audrey Brecher
Rebecca Lennon
Nicola Parker
Anna Sung Park
Vincent Capello
Brett Cochran
Katya Gonzalez*
Nikhil Gupta
Pratik Gupta
Lia Papador
Octavio Gonzalez*
Rowen Manriquez
Fionna Pennington
Jose Ruben Rodriquez
Katelyn Rode
Aiden Thomas
*Youth Symphony volunteer
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From the Director of Education
and Community Engagement
Dear Symphony Friends,
The Santa Barbara Symphony Music
Education Center has seen incredible growth
over the past years. Between last year and
this year alone, we have had hundreds of
students join, exceeding the expectations of
our budgeted projections. I am excited to be
able to share the culmination of this
expansive season with you.
Because of the rapid expansion of the Santa Barbara Symphony Music
Education Center, we continue to need financial support to provide your
children with access to high quality music education. Below are just some
examples of the necessary people and equipment for our center. Review
our needs and please consider making a donation so we can continue to
grow our young musicians.
For more information, please contact me at (805) 898-0107.
Dr. Amy Williams
Director of Education and Community Engagement
$250: purchases 1 violin
$500: buys materials for 150 String Workshop musicians
$1,000: printing of programs for the Youth Symphony and Junior
$2,500: cost of music for the Youth Symphony and Junior Orchestra
$5,000: coach for Junior Orchestra
$10,000: rental of Lobero Theatre for Youth Symphony concerts
$15,000: Junior Orchestra Music Director
$20,000: Youth Symphony Music Director
Nota del Director de Educación y
Participación de la Comunidad
Santa Barbara Symphony Education Center ha visto un crecimiento increíble a
través de los últimos años. Entre solo el año pasado y este año, hemos tenido
cientos de estudiantes que han superado las expectativas de nuestro alcance
presupuestado. Estoy muy emocionada de poder compartir la culminación de
esta temporada expansiva con ustedes.
Debido a la rápida expansión de la Santa Barbara Symphony Education
Center, seguimos necesitados de apoyo financiero para proporcionar a sus
hijos con la educación musical de alta calidad. A continuación se presentan
sólo algunos ejemplos de las personas y los equipos necesarios para nuestro
centro. Revisar nuestras necesidades y por favor considere hacer una
donación para que podamos seguir creciendo nuestros jóvenes músicos y
miembros de la comunidad.
Para más información (805) 898-0107
Dr. Amy Williams
Director de Educación y Participación de la Comunidad
Financiar la necesidad
$250: costo de 1 violín
$500: se compra materiales para 150 músicos
$1,000: costo del impresión de libros del programa para la sinfónica juvenil y
junior Orquesta
$2,500 : costo de música para el año entero para la sinfónica juvenil y junior
$5,000 : entrenador para la orquesta juvenil
$10,000 : costo del alquiler del Teatro Lobero
$15,000 : costo de la Orquesta juvenil director musical
$20,000: sinfónica juvenil de director musical
Santa Barbara Youth Symphony
Welcome to the Santa Barbara
Youth Symphony!
What a wonderful day to celebrate another great year!
Today is a celebration for the Santa Barbara Youth Symphony, and for music.
As you sit in the beautiful Lobero Theatre, you might have already spent some
time in front of the Theatre at the “Hands-On” event. Perhaps you attended
the high tea honoring many of the Youth Symphony’s celebrated heroes,
heard your musician practicing today, or hummed the tunes from yesterday’s
Junior Orchestra concert.
Not every concert-goer has this much musical preparation for a concert! I
hope today’s music will leave you with an additional musical taste that you
can take with you. Surely you will leave with an added amount of respect for
our wonderful musicians and realize how much preparation by staff and
volunteers goes into such an event.
Our SBYS seniors, playing their final concert, have been practicing and
performing for years. Today might be an important concert for them, but
most will be playing in a new ensemble, maybe in a new location, within a
couple of months. Our fine staff at the Santa Barbara Symphony is already
working on next year’s program, finding new collaborations and getting
ready for the next wave of musicians readying themselves for the SBYS
Year-end concerts leave me feeling somewhat sad. It feels like the
bittersweetness of finishing the last page of a great book. But the beauty of
life as a musician or as a music lover, is that the next concert, the next song,
the next season, is already being prepared. All are just waiting for someone
to push the play button.
Thank you for being part of the SBYS family!
Andy Radford, Santa Barbara Youth Symphony Music Director
Bienvenidos a la Santa Bárbara
Sinfónica Juvenil!
Qué día maravilloso para celebrar otro gran año!
Hoy es una celebración de la la Santa Barbara Youth Symphony , y para la música. Al
sentarse en el hermoso Lobero Theater, es posible que ya haya pasado algún tiempo
en frente del Teatro en el evento "Hands-On". Tal vez asistió a la merienda en honor a
muchos de los héroes de Youth Symphony , oyó la práctica de su músico, o tarareaba
las canciones del concierto de la Junior Orchestra de ayer.
No todos los que asisten conciertos tiene esta gran preparación musical para un
concierto! Espero que la música de hoy le dejará con un gusto musical adicional que
se puede llevar con usted.
Seguramente usted saldrá con una cantidad adicional de respeto a nuestros
maravillosos músicos y darse cuenta de la cantidad de preparación del personal y los
voluntarios de este evento.
Nuestros estudiantes de SBYS que están en su último año de terminar la
preparatoria, tocando su último concierto, han estado practicando y
presentando desde hace años. Hoy puede ser un concierto importante para
ellos, pero más importante será tocar en un nuevo conjunto, tal vez en una
nueva ubicación, dentro de un par de meses. Nuestro fabulosa personal de
la Santa Barbara Symphony ya está trabajando en el programa del próximo
año,encontrando nuevas colaboraciones y preparándose para la siguiente ola
de músicos preparando para la experiencia SBYS.
Conciertos de fin de año me dejan sintiendo un poco triste. Se siente como el
agridulce de término de la última página de un gran libro. Pero la belleza de la vida
como músico o de un amante de la música, es que el siguiente concierto, la siguiente
canción, la siguiente temporada, se está ya preparando. Todos están esperando para
que alguien presione el botón de tocar.
Gracias por ser parte de la familia de la SBYS!
Andy Radford, Director Musical, Santa Bárbara Sinfónica Juvenil
About Andy Radford
Andy Radford is the Music Director of the
Santa Barbara Youth Symphony, a post
he has held since 2004. In his time with
SBYS, Radford has led the orchestra in
collaboration with the Santa Barbara
International Film Festival, the Santa
Barbara Museum of Natural History, and
in a recent documentary film segment
with pianist/composer Rachel Flowers.
During his tenure as Music Director,
Radford has been instrumental in
growing the annual Community Concert,
which brings young, local musicians to
perform side-by-side with SBYS.
Radford serves as the Principal
Bassoonist of both the Santa Barbara
Symphony and the California
Philharmonic. As a freelance bassoonist,
Radford has played with virtually every
o rc h e s t ra i n S o u t h e r n Ca l i f o r n i a ,
including the Los Angeles Philharmonic,
Pasadena Symphony, Los Angeles
Chamber Orchestra, Los Angeles Music
Center Opera, Santa Barbara Chamber
Orchestra, New West Symphony, Pacific
Symphony, American Ballet Theatre,
Joffrey Ballet, Dance Theatre of Harlem,
Ojai Music Festival, Opera Santa Barbara,
Festival Mozaic, and the Grammy
Orchestra. Radford has soloed with
orchestras in Germany and United States
and has performed as a soloist with the
Santa Barbara Symphony in 2004, 2005,
2009, and 2013.
Active in motion picture recording
studios since 1984, Radford has played
on over 300 film sound tracks. Notable
among them are Forrest Gump, Back to
the Future, Last of the Mohicans, Bad
Santa, The Incredibles, UP, Super 8, Star
Trek, Star Trek Into Darkness, Mission
Impossible 3 and 4, Inside Out, Jurassic
World, and Ratatouille.
Other notable appearances/
recordings have been at the Monterey
Jazz Festival, as a winner at the Coleman
Chamber Music Competition, and with
the Who, the Three Tenors, the Moody
Blues, Josh Groban, Michael Crawford,
Dixie Chicks, Neil Diamond, Brad
Mehldau, Joshua Redmond, and Three
Dog Night. Radford played in over 700
performances of the original Los Angeles
production of Phantom of the Opera and
has played in Broadway productions of
Carousel, Miss Saigon, Beauty and the
Beast, and La Bohème. Radford played
for two years in Germany as the Solo
Bassoonist of the Hofer Symphoniker, an
orchestra in Bavaria.
In 2001, along with his wife, Santa
Barbara Symphony violinist Amy Hagen,
Ra d f o rd f o u n d e d t h e O j a i Yo u t h
Symphony, where both serve as music
directors. Radford is the Intern
Coordinator for the Ojai Music Festival.
In this position, he finds talented, young
members of the music community, then
places and coordinates them in festival
internships. He is also the producer of
education events that take place during
the festival. Currently he is professor of
Bassoon at the University of California,
Santa Barbara, and at Westmont College.
Radford attended the California
Institute of the Arts; continuing his
musical education with performances at
the Music Academy of the West, the
Aspen and Spoleto music festivals, and
with the Los Angeles Philharmonic
Orchestra Training Program.
Moon Man Whitehead
Moon Man Whitehead is an Honors student at Dos
Pueblos High School where he performs with his high
school's orchestra. He also performs with the Dos
Pueblos Chamber Ensemble, an ensemble he along
with his younger brother Clear Water co-founded. He
began his musical study at age 4 with Mr. Brown in the
Santa Barbara Drum Circle. In addition to playing a
myriad of instruments, Moon Man generously
volunteers his time for a variety of music education and
non-profit organizations. He and his brother have been
inspired to found their own personally-funded
community organizations, including Isla Vista Warm,
The Fare Well Group, and Jesus Loves You Sandwich
Club. Upon completing high school Mr. Moon Man
hopes to continue his education at Westmont.
Moon Man wholeheartedly thanks and dedicates his performance to Miss Laury Woods
& Mr. Gary Woods and Sargent Robert Guthrie & Lady Guthrie. He also thanks his
learning disability counselors for their unwavering support of his music education and
continuous involvement in his life.
Lorenz Chen
Lorenz Chen, a sophomore at Dos Pueblos High
School is the youngest of three children. Lorenz
began studying the piano at age 7, and then started
playing the cello at age 10. He currently studies cello
with Ervin Klinkon. In 2012, he joined the Santa
Barbara Youth Symphony, and has been a member
of the cello section throughout his entire high school
career. In 2014, he was a full scholarship recipient of
the MERIT program at the Music Academy of the
West. And in July of this year, Lorenz will participate in the MERIT program again. In
addition to music, Lorenz’s interests include being an avid car enthusiast and playing on
the Dos Pueblos Tennis Team.
Santa Barbara Youth Symphony
Sunday, May 22, 2016
4:00 PM, Lobero Theatre
Andy Radford, Music Director
Lorenz Chen
Moon Man Whitehead
Peer Gynt Suite No. 1, Op. 46
1. Morning Mood
2. The Death of Ase
3. Anitra’s Dance
4. In the Hall of the Mountain King
Edvard Grieg
Cello Concerto in E minor, Op. 85
1. Adagio
Edward Elgar
Lorenz Chen, cello
Highlights from Jurassic Park
John Williams
1932arr. Calvin Custer
Romeo and Juliet, Suite No. 2, Op. 64
1. Montagues and Capulets
Sergei Prokofiev
Viola Concerto in B minor
2. Andante ma non troppo
Georg Friedrich Handel
arr. Henri Casadesus
Moon Man Whitehead, viola
Symphony No. 8 in G Major, Op. 88
Antonin Dvorak
Santa Barbara Youth Symphony
First Violin
Holly Radford*
Leah Searl**
Francis Pan
Elizabeth Klimov
Nicholas Katzer
Maya Reese
Daryanna Lancet
Avi Ghitterman
Nicole Konstantinovich
Francesca Kusserow
James Chang
Gabi Limón
Kristine Pacheco+
Second Violin
Joel Yan
Ryan Dalforno
Zoe Ise
Melissa Silva
Sofia Malvinni
Anna Klimov
Emily Fisher
Hanway Wong
Kiana King-Seabra
Claire Germain-Garcia
Salvador Valencia
Dongwoo Moon
Octavio Gonzalez
Katya Gonzalez
Tiger Whitten
Jake Hammel
Nancy Shen
Sarah Jang
Kate Dalforno
Moon Man Whitehead**
Isaac Kim*
Kenzie Togami
Clear Water Whitehead
Elena Ibbetson
Jordan Warmath+
Naomi Stoodley*
Luca Kim**
Lorenz Chen
Jack Wang
Alex Basescu
Brianna Gilman
Maria De Angelis
Brynkly Meyer
Roxy Jackson-Gain
Lily DiBartolomeo
Abby Jackson-Gain
Zane Marquez
Nathaniel MacArthurWarner*
Julian Littlehale
Adam Gilman
Tave Grabenheinrich
Joshua Park
Sierra Thomas
Sid Trilokekar
Marissa Condie
Juliet Ho
Ceci Polichetti
Ilana Shapiro
Eliana Van Renterghem
Elizabeth Van
Max Fourmy
Connor Rowe
Dylan Aguilera+
Andrew Klimov
Cecilia Sanborn
Aleks Schmidt
Flora Hamilton+
Brandon Dutcher
Jacob Kim-Sherman
Nicholas Mata
Simon Parker
Tyler Ta
Matteo Vega
Contra Bassoon
Claire Garvais+
Anne Cotin+
Will Grace+
Leslie Schlussel+
Enrique Guevara-Tahuite
Amy Park
*Principal Musician
**Assistant Principal
+Community Member
Funding for the Santa Barbara Youth Symphony has
been provided by the Johnson Ohana Charitable
Foundation, founded by Jack and Kim Johnson to
support environmental, art, and music education now
and into the future.
The String Workshop program is funded in part by the
Organizational Development Grant Program using
funds provided by the City of Santa Barbara in
partnership with the Santa Barbara County Arts
Santa Barbara Symphony Music Education Center
Individual Donors
Dr. and Mrs. M.S. Amer
Randy and Heide Baldwin
Dr. Christy L. Beaudin
Jack and Marguerite Bianchi
Chalfant Family Trust
Barbara A. Clark
Mary Jane and Andrew
John M. Dubois
Jan and Bill Gilbert
Elene Ibbetson
Joan Jacobs
Denis and Joann Keane
James and Diana Kennett
Barbara Logen
Lori Kraft Meschler
Anne Akiko Meyers and
Jason S. Subotky
Yakko and Richard Meyers
George and Virginia Murray
Haeuk C. and Young Ha So
Diohema Soto
Marilynn L. Sullivan
Drs. Ying Lu and Jinxue Wang
Robert and Lisa
Ann and Gordon Gerry
Ayers Automotive Repairs
Bank of America
BMW Santa Barbara
Harry Chanson Music
Scholarship Fund
City of Goleta
The Hamister Foundation
Johnson Ohana Charitable
Lobero Theater Foundation
Montecito Bank and Trust
Morgan Stanley
Nichols Foundation, Inc.
Performing Arts Scholarship
Pillsbury Music Scholarship
Fund of the Santa Barbara
Rotary Club of Santa Barbara
The Samuel B. and Margaret
C. Mosher Foundation
Foundations and
Santa Barbara Bowl
Santa Barbara County Arts
Santa Barbara Foundation
Santa Ynez Band of Chumash
Seaside Gardens
Stefanie L. Lancaster
Charitable Foundation
Stone Family Foundation
The Walter J. and Holly O.
Thomson Foundation
The Wood-Claeyssens
The Towbes Fund for the
Performing Arts
Toyon Research Corporation
U.S. Bancorp Foundation
Grants Program
Union Bank
Yardi Systems
Hands On Music Festival Patrons
**A special thank you to Hands On Committee chairs
Michele Andina and Marylove Thralls
Supporting Sponsors
Community Partners
BMW of Santa Barbara
Montecito Bank & Trust
Dr. Michele Andina, Ph.D
Arlington Financial Advisors
Dr. Aaron Budgar and Kandy
Dr. John and Diane Calvert
Nancy McAleer Golden
Hutton Parker Foundation
George Konstantinow,Ph.D
and Helene Segal
Yakko and Richard Meyers
Christine and Stefan
Santa Barbara Unified School
Santa Barbara Bowl
Lobero Theater Foundation
Santa Barbara Museum of Art
Santa Barbara Community
Nick Rail Music
Santa Barbara Symphony Orchestra Association
Board of Directors
2015-2016 Executive Committee
Arthur G. Swalley, President
David Chernof, M.D., Vice President
Brett C. Moore, Treasurer
Jon Greenleaf, Secretary
Stephen Erickson, Counsel
Nancy Golden, Development Chair
Don Gilman,Member-at-Large
Stefan Riesenfeld*, Member-at-Large
Susan M. Spector, Member-at-Large
2015-2016 Board of Directors
Michele Andina, Ph.D
Gayle Beebe, Ph.D.
Mashey Bernstein, Ph.D.
Diane Calvert
Don Gilman, Ed.D.
Patricia Gregory
Christopher D. Harris
George Konstantinow, Ph.D.
Art Kvaas
Richard Meyers, Ph.D.
Michelle Richardson
Peter Schlueer
Howard Simon
Gene Sinser
Howard Jay Smith
Cynthia Stephens
Robert Weinman
Ex-Officio Directors
Nir Kabaretti, Music and Artistic Director
David Pratt, Executive Director
Honorary Board
Richard Aberle
James H. Franzen
Connie O’Shaughnessy Los
Terrie Mershon
Mrs. Raymond King Myerson
Leslie Ridley-Tree
Norman Sosner*
Marilynn L. Sullivan
Past Presidents Council
Helene Beaver
Evan Collins
Charles Greene, Ph.D.
Linda L. Hedgepeth
Gillian Launie
Paksy Plackis-Cheng, Immediate Past President
* Indicates Past Presidents Council
Symphony Personnel
David Pratt, Executive Director
Susan Anderson, General Manager
Pamela Perkins-Dwyer, Director of Development
Amy Williams, Director of Education & Community
Michael Williams, Chief Financial Officer
Stephanie Kao, Marketing Manager
Isabel Dickinson, Administration Coordinator
Rey Canseco, Development Assistant
Andrew Manos, Administrative Assistant
Gina Benesh, Grant Writer
DeeDee Nussmeier, Database Administrator
Katie Blakey, Education Assistant
Youth Symphony Personnel
Youth Symphony
Andy Radford, Music Director
Katie Blakey, Orchestra Manager
Junior Orchestra
Marisa McLeod, Conductor
Marie Hebert, Teacher
Angela Miller, Teacher
Emily Rutherford, Teacher
Meredith Sedgwick, Teacher
String Workshop
Nancy Chase, Teacher
Marie Hebert, Teacher
Jake Pietroniro, Teacher
Jordan Warmath, Teacher
Karen Ye, Teacher
Private Lessons Program
Nancy Chase, Teacher
Barbara Coventry, Teacher
Larissa Fedoryka, Teacher
Susan Gentry, Teacher
Susannah Hoffman, Teacher
Katie Mendenhall, Teacher
Angela Miller, Teacher
Paul Mori, Teacher
Kristine Pacheco, Teacher
Laury Woods, Teacher
Offering generosity
is our tradition
It’s a Chumash tradition to reach out to our neighbors and care
for our community.
We call it ‘amuyich.
The Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians honors our ancestors
through ‘amuyich to make our community a better place to live.
Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians

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