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Dear Music Lovers,
I know why you are in the audience tonight. You love music and know how important it is in all aspects of our day to day activities. It helps relieve stress, it tells us stories through sound, it started as an unknown and is now just a part
of the everyday. Somehow you learned this. Perhaps from your parents, from your music teacher, or from someone who took the time to teach you.
Would you want to be a part of inspiring a student’s creativity, analytical thinking and lifelong love of music? Would you want to keep classical music in our community for generations to come?
Join us by giving a gift to make music accessible and affordable now.
As I reflect on my short time as your Executive Director, I am constantly reminded that the Wilmington Symphony Orchestra is truly one of the cultural gems of the Cape Fear region. As a non-profit
arts and education organization, we are committed to providing the community with exceptional classical music with our Masterworks and POPS series and music instruction through our Wilmington Symphony Youth Orchestra and Junior Strings ensembles.
To maintain the extraordinary artistic level of our orchestra and to continue to provide our music education and community partnership programs, we rely on the generous support of individuals, corporations and foundations. The revenue we earn through ticket sales and tuition covers only half our operational expenses. In order to keep our offerings affordable, we rely on support from the community through annual fund donations, in-kind donations and sponsorship.
I urge you to consider supporting our efforts in providing our community with wonderful classical music and music education programs and keeping the music alive in your hometown.
executive director, Liz Scanlon
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The University of North Carolina Wilmington present
Pre-Concert Lobby Entertainment provided by Annie Oak Trio.
Tonight’s performance utilizes the Ruth Funk Orchestra Shell named in Ruth’s memory by a gift from the Alliance for a Regional Concert Hall.
The Wilmington Symphony Orchestra logo was created by Wilmington artist Claude Howell in 1973.
LATIN SOULSaturday, November 16, 2019 7:30 p.m.
Wilson Center, Cape Fear Community CollegeThe Austin Piazzolla QuintetSteven Errante, conductor
El amour brujo (Love, the magician) Manuel de Falla Introduction and Scene In the Cave (Night-time) The Apparition Dance of Terror The Magic Circle (The Fisherman’s Story) Midnight (The Spells) Ritual Fire Dance (To drive away the evil spirits) Scene Pantomime Dance of the Game of Love Finale (The Bells of Dawn)
I N T E R M I S S I O N
Vayamos al Diablo Astor Piazzolla, arr. J. Anderson
Romance del Diablo Astor Piazzolla, arr. J. Geer
Verano Porteño Astor Piazzolla
Milonga Passacaglia James Anderson
Tanguedia Astor Piazzolla, arr. J. Anderson
Ghost Milonga II Jonathan Geer
La Muerte del Angel Astor Piazzolla, arr. J. Geer
The Austin Piazzolla QuintetJames Anderson, violin
Tony Rogers, celloPhil Spencer, bass
Ben Thomas, bandoneonJonathan Geer, piano
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from the conductor
MANUEL de FALLA (1876 – 1946)
El amor brujo (1925)
El amor brujo (“Love, the Magician”) was originally written in 1914–15 as a gitanería (“Gypsy Piece”) for a renowned flamenco dancer, but went through a number of other versions before released in its final version as a one-act ballet pantomímico. The plot is essentially boy-meets-girl, but in this case the girl is tormented by the ghost of her former lover, who is eventually lured away so that the two protagonists can exchange the “kiss of perfect love.” The composer described trying to capture the character of the Andalusian gypsy in the music, but I’ve always appreciated how he went beyond the mere imitation of folk music. The orchestration is lean and transparent (even the famous “Ritual Fire Dance” has a more sparse sound than some of the more bombastic re-arrangements of it).
AUSTIN PIAZZOLLA QUINTET
Part of my job description as conductor of the Wilmington Symphony is to choose programming and guest artists. Last year, the Austin Piazzolla Quintet performed at Ted’s Fun by the River, and the reaction by those fortunate enough to be there was so enthusiastic that the idea of bringing that energy to a collaboration with the Symphony was suggested (in particular by my wife Sandy, who likely exerts more influence on me that perhaps other audience members). Their name-sake composer Astor Piazzolla, in a way similar to what de Falla did with his Andalusian sources, used Argentinian popular music as a departure-point. APQ’s take on nuevo tango adds many harmonic twists, metrical surprises, and influences from jazz, contemporary classical music, and beyond, above all with a great flair for the dramatic and emotional elements.
guest artists, Austin Piazzolla Quintet
The Austin Piazzolla Quintet specializes in the music of the late Argentine composer Astor Piazzolla as well as original nuevo tango compositions. Founded by James Anderson (violin), the APQ has been performing to captivated audiences since 2009. With Jonathan Geer (piano), Ben Thomas (bandoneon), Tony Rogers (cello), and Phil Spencer (bass), all from diverse musical backgrounds, the band continues the tradition of nuevo tango through intense live shows which feature unique arrangements of Piazzolla’s groundbreaking works, breathtaking original compositions, and fiery improvisation.
APQ released their first album, “Libertango” (2010), to rave reviews and sold out performances in Texas including a spot on the main stage at the Houston
International Festival. In addition to live shows and recordings, APQ has taken an active role in music education having conducted clinics and masterclasses at universities and public schools with a focus on the performance techniques employed in tango, common compositional devices and the origins of the style. “The most difficult aspect of this music, after its technical challenges, is that so little of it is actually on the page,” begins Anderson. “Much like jazz, if you only play what’s on the page, it lacks the passion, personal emotion, and sense of freedom which it absolutely needs.” In the Fall of 2014, APQ presented Piazzolla’s favorite and final large-scale work for his own quintet, the rare La Camorra to critical acclaim in Austin, TX.
In the spring of 2016, APQ was invited by the world renown Colorado Ballet to perform the world premiere of The Angel of Buenos Aires. Weaving classical ballet and sultry tango steps, the work, choreographed by Lorita Travaglia, features stunning movements based on the titular characters of two of Piazzolla’s most loved suites of music – Suite del Angel and Suite del Diablo. “Angels & Devils,” APQ’s fourth album, was released in the spring of 2017 and features the Suite del Angel and the Suite del Diablo alongside two riveting originals from violinist Anderson, the baroque inspired Milonga Passacaglia and But a Whimper.
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conductor, Steven Errante
Dr. Steven Errante has been Conductor of the Wilmington Symphony Orchestra and a member of the UNCW Department of Music faculty since 1986. He is also founding conductor of the Wilmington Symphony Youth Orchestra and accompanist for the Girls’ Choir of Wilmington. At an early age Steven began
arranging, composing and conducting for various musical groups in the Detroit area where he grew up. By the time he graduated from high school, his music was being performed by leading orchestras and musicians.
At college, Errante studied composition and conducting at the University of Michigan and the Juilliard School, studying with Leslie Bassett, Vincent Persichetti, and Uri Mayer. During this time, he wrote the score for The Boar’s Head Festival, a work heard annually in Detroit since 1972. Dr. Errante has degrees from the University of Michigan and the Juilliard School and has previously taught at the University of Michigan,
Northern Michigan University, and the University of Richmond. Errante is an active composer and arranger. His Battleship North Carolina March has been performed throughout the region by the North Carolina Symphony, and most recently Steven has been commissioned to compose a new work for the 2020 North Carolina Azalea Festival. His composition will be featured at the Wilmington Symphony Orchestra’s March 29, 2020 Azalea Festival Pops concert.
Errante’s approach to music centers on his belief that performance and education enhance each other. In addition to his teaching at UNCW, Errante presents in area schools, organizations and occasionally before a Wilmington Symphony concert in which he illuminates the music being heard. Steven Errante has a special gift for making music an exciting adventure, whether it is through his teaching, conducting, or composing. Those who have experienced his genuine warmth and intense enthusiasm for music may attest to the deeper understanding and heightened emotional experiences they have discovered under his musical direction and in his compositions.
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VIOLIN I * Beverly Andrews, Concertmaster * Christine Maynard Lisa Gattuso Shirley Lebo Katherine Meyer Jane Radack Nathan Southwick Kyle VanArsdalenConcertmaster Chair
Permanently Endowed in Memory of Nancy H. McAllister
Assistant Concertmaster Chair Endowed in Memory of Miriam Warshauer
Violin I – 2nd Stand, Outside Chair Endowed by the Robert W. Austin Family
VIOLIN II * Jane Tierney Isabel De Andrade Christa Faison Annie Jewell
Jessica Landes Sarah Leyland Roberta Mouheb Monica Thiriot Laurel Wachtler
VIOLA * Carrie Jackson * Barney McWilliams Sarah Gardner Neda Pourdeyhimi Dan Sanchez Brent TrubiaAssistant Principal Viola Chair
Endowed in Memory of Katherine Hoyt
CELLO * Kathy Meyer John Illingworth Tanner Meyers Robert Nosow Michael Pope Sarah Stoloff
BASS * Karl Marzolf Stuart McLemore Kevin Moll
FLUTE Sarah Hand Amanda Hoke
OBOE * Rebecca Rose - Sara Parker
CLARINET * Coleman Burgess Pam Merritt
BASSOON John Francis
HORN * Mat Boatright Kim Adams
TRUMPET * Steve Luck - Jake Yates
TIMPANI ∞ John Rack
PERCUSSION Mitch HebertPercussion Section Chair
Endowed in Memory of Clyde and Milton Rutledge
PIANO Brent Trubia
* Principal- Assistant Principal∞ UNCW Faculty
wilmington symphony orchestra roster
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wilmington symphony orchestra board & staff
2019–2020 BOARD OF DIRECTORSOfficers
Peggy Higgins, PresidentBob Austin, Immediate Past President
Marva Robinson, 1st Vice-PresidentRobert Roer, TreasurerGaile Zack, Secretary
Robin Robinson, Member-at-large Karen Smith, Member-at-large John Stike, Member-at-large
Rick CatlinSchorr Davis
Carol EllisSteven Errante, ex officio
James H. Faison, IIIJustine LerchMarian HillsKathy MeyerJoy Murrell
Joanne NewtonRichard Trubia Randolph Trull
Lorraine WestermarkOwen Wexler
Ronna Zimmer Larry Zimmerman
Honorary Life MembersBunnie BachmanRosemary Kline
Steven Errante, Wilmington Symphony and Youth Orchestra ConductorJake Yates, Orchestra ManagerShirley Lebo, Music Librarian
Bob Norem, Youth Orchestra Manager/Music Librarian
Lisa Gattuso, Junior Strings Directors
BusinessLiz Scanlon, Executive Director
Breana Hebert, Development DirectorJoelle Thomas, Bookkeeper
Wilmington Symphony Orchestra Conductors
Mr. William F. Adcock, Jr., 1971–1982Dr. Joe Hickman, 1982–1986
Dr. Steven Errante, 1986–Present
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ANGEL ($10,000 and UP)
VIRTUOSO ($5,000 to $9,999)Wilbur and Eileen AllingBarry and Janet BurkholderJames and Mary Hagen
MAESTRO ($3,000 to $4,999)Anonymous Carol EllisRonald and Marilyn GuntherRobert and Marjorie RoerDr. John R. Stike*Hans and Lorraine Westermark
BENEFACTOR ($1,000 to $2,999)Anonymous (2)Beverly AndrewsBob AustinMarcelle L. AustinGail BerryRick and Janice CatlinVal and Betty FischerBruce and Karen Gibson*Alex and Nora HargroveAndy and Hathia HayesPeggy HigginsMarian HillsPaul and Liz HosierRosemary KlineJune KnoxJustine LerchAnn LongleyRobert and Harriet LowethChip and Peggy MahanDr. William Malloy and Maxine TerryJoseph and Matilda MarcheseDorothy MarshallBuzz and Lori McManusClint and Kathy MeyerFletcher and Janis NorrisFrances ParkerJoe and Amy SchultzRobert and Lucy ShermanDoug and Karen SmithBucky SteinDr. Janice StrattonKevin and Laura TannerRichard and Diane TrubiaMat and Pat WhitePeter and Gaile ZackHerbert and Ronna Zimmer
GRAND PATRON ($500 to $999)AnonymousMark AlperRalph and Pamela BradleySally BrauerJames and Joal BrittonGeoff and Lesa BroadheadPatricia BrowningH. Coleman Burgess, IIIGeorge and Cathy BurwellJerome Hurwitz and Lois ButlerBruce and Carol CarterWilliam and Jean CredleNicholas and Lori Anne DavisPat and Peggy DuncanJames and Angela FaisonArthur and Nancy FitzgeraldBarbara FurrKevin O’Grady and Diane GuidaRobert and Jeanette HinchcliffeCarl and Norma HoffmanDavid and Therese HueholtIan and Margaret HunterCarl Jahrstorfer*Gustav Grosch and Jane KuleszaTom and Carolyn LeonardBrian Gilmore and Janet MillsRandall P. White and Victoria D. MatthewsSam and Joy MurrellEd and Lou PowersChip and Robin RobinsonMarva RobinsonMarkus and Mary SauerSean and Liz ScanlonEugene and Marian SpagnoliGerrie StorchRandolph TrullEdith WertherGreg and Cassie Zack
PATRON ($250 to $499)AnonymousJim and Maxine AdamsScott and Margaret ArmstrongAnn BadtBoyd and Rebecca BaldwinMartha Blomberg BeeryMary Beth BobekCharlie and Phenie BowenRobert BoydConnette BradleyJudith BrockelmanCleve and Jenny Callison
Rachel C. CampPam CarrollRegina CoxMarion DalgleishRussell and Schorr DavisSonja DillamanEdward DorseyConnie Drain-GreeneJeanne EtheridgeTom and Carolyn FinleyWilliam and Lynn FlahertyMary Anne FrostDevon GedneyJoe and Marjorie GeorgeJames GlasenappRobert and Deborah GradyBob and Joan GrissomHalderson FamilyPaige HouserCarlton and Lee HowardKristina HubardKaren HullJane HutchinsJohn IllingworthArthur KareffJean KellerBill and Victoria KnowlesColleen KolbJames and Mary LaBordeJonathon Hines and Domonique LauneyPhyllis LeimerThomas LewisChristian and Lisa LloydLinda LoweNick and Jennifer MaraveyiasMatt and Christine MaynardJoseph and Janie MitchellReid and Linda MurchisonRobert and Mindy NathansonSusan L. NelsonNancy O’DonohueJohn and Ann ParkerLinda PyleMatthew and Jane RadackBob RiedingerCharles and Joanne RieszJoan SametShannon Ackermann SandlinMurray and Deanne ShermanJane Hinton-SmithC. Justin SmithNancy SmithDavid and Daphne Snow
(Reflects contributions received October 18, 2018 – October 18, 2019)On behalf of the Wilmington Symphony Orchestra and its Board of Directors we would like to thank these individuals for their generous investment in the work of one of Wilmington’s great cultural organizations. Please notify our Symphony Office (791-9262) about any corrections that need to be made in future listings.
BOLDED names are also Masterworks Series Season Subscribers. We are grateful to those donors marked with an asterisk (*) for taking extra time to acquire matching gifts from their employers.
wilmington symphony orchestra contributions from individuals
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Leon and Deborah SochaJohn and Melinda StewartHarry and Bettie StovallJohn TablerAnna Joelle ThomasDavid and Phillis ThompsonMichael and Alaine TremelJohn and Janet TufanoWilliam and Emily VassarDiana WallaceJanet WesslingOwen WexlerJoyce WhittakerElizabeth WrightDouglas and Betsy YoungRob and Michele ZappleLarry and Malinda Zimmerman
SUSTAINING MEMBERS ($100 to $249)Anonymous (3)Robert Accordino and Patricia PowderlyMary AinsleyVictor AlocciTerri AlsinaErling and Alice AndersonJames and Sandy AppleJoe and Carolyn AugustineJanice BarfieldGeorge F. BartschGeorge BeattyMichael and Galye BeaudoinPatricia D. BennettMaryEllen BonczekJim and Kikki BrackneyDaniel Bruneau and Susan FishbeinSara BryantLinda CalhounVivian CarterDavid and Vicki CarusoJohn and Susan CharkoudianStuart CherryKenneth ChestnutAnne CoffeeWalt and Janet ConserBrian and Carla CoxWilma DanielsJames and Alice DavisPeter and Cay DavisRoger and Marcia DavisJune DavisonElizabeth DematteoRegina Doyle
Tim and Pat FordCharles Fox and Lillian WestRobert and Judy FulkFrances GoodmanNancy GuytonAggie HenriksenRobert HickmanDavid and Jean HiottGeorge and Mary HoltBob and Sue HouserClaudius and Azzari JarrettLekeshia JarrettCarolyn JeffriesTaylor and Bettie Ann JohnsonCharles KernanHarold and Minnie LarsonWarren LeibowitzCharles LittleBeth LooneySpiro MacrisPatrick and Diana MainesGussie MapsonMichael and Margaret McElroyWilliam and Frances McMillanFrederick and Elizabeth Meine IIISara MesserFrantz MesaFrank and Stephanie MilanoBrenda Schwartz MitwolJanet MonteroseAlma MoorePeter and Lettyann MudarJohn Muller and Constance HeymannKenneth and Joellen MyersMort and Judith NeblettJoanne NewtonPat and Kathleen NolanHenry NoldanWalter and Beth PancoeBill ParisJames and Mary Paterson, Jr.Marilyn PecoraroStuart and Cris PointGrayson and Darlene PowellWalter and Carolyn PrenticeByron PriceJoanne PurnellTerry and Charlene RichardsonBob RiedingerClaude RobinsonR. Joe and Jean RogersMichael Rogus
Stanley and Mary SheltonKim ShipleyHenry and Gorda SingletaryRobert and Deborah SmithWardsworth and Carolyn SodersThomas and Katherine SolomitaRuth Anne SouthworthGeorge StephanouMilton StevensonSandra StinsonEd SullivanJanet SuttonJohn and Jennifer SpruillJane B. TatumRose TerryDeanne TheriotDavid and Renae ThompsonNancy ThompsonMark and Kelly TinsleyBertha ToddRichard and Lynne TrottaGayle Price Van VelsorRobert and Barbara WaxmanAcquenetta WheelerCalvin and Cynthia WhiteElizabeth WilcoxPaul and Gloria WoodburyAlex and Corinne YipDavid and Amy Zub
HONORARIUM/MEMORIAL GIFTS(Received since September 1, 2019)By James and Sandy Apple
In honor of Jane BirnbachBy Jane Birnbach
In honor of Sarah StoloffBy James H. Faison III and
Angela W. Faison In memory of James H. Faison, Jr., Mary R. Faison, Geraldine Gore Woodard, and McKinley Gore, Jr.
By Beth Looney In honor of Emily Vassar
By C. Justin Smith In memory of Robert W. Winston, Jr.
By William and Emily Vassar In honor of Ned and Dana Riddle
By Robert J. Warren In memory of J. Robert Lane, Jr.
wilmington symphony orchestra contributions from individuals
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The Wilmington Symphony Orchestra will celebrate its 50th anniversary in 2021! With this exciting anniversary quickly approaching, we’ve asked our donors to grow with us by becoming a Pacesetter and increasing their annual gift by 30%. Please join us in thanking the following Pacesetters:
Wilbur and Eileen AllingBeverly AndrewsJames and Sandy AppleBob AustinMarcelle AustinChristy BallGail BerryConnette BradleyLesa and Geoff BroadheadBarry and Janet BurkholderBruce and Carol CarterWilliam and Jean CredleConnie Drain-GreeneCarol EllisJeanne EtheridgeThomas and Carolyn FinleyArthur and Nancy FitzgeraldMary Anne FrostDevon GedneyKevin O’Grady and Diane GuidaJim and Mary Hagen
Alex and Nora HargroveAndy and Hathia HayesPeggy HigginsMarian HillsPaul and Elizabeth HosierCarlton and Lee HowardKaren HullRosemary KlineJune KnoxJonathon Hines and Dominique LauneyJustine LerchThomas LewisDorothy MarshallSam and Joy MurrellRobert and Mindy NathansonFletcher and Janis NorrisFrances ParkerSarah and Steve PetrucciMatthew and Jane RadackChip and Robin RobinsonMarva Robinson
Robert and Marjorie RoerCarl and Leslie SametJoan SametMurray and Deanne ShermanDoug and Karen SmithC. Justin SmithDavid and Daphne SnowEugene and Marian SpagnoliDr. John R. StikeGerrie StorchHarry and Bettie StovallAnna Joelle ThomasDavid and Phillis ThompsonRichard and Diane TrubiaDiana WallaceHans and Lorraine WestermarkElizabeth L. WrightPeter and Gaile ZackHerbert and Ronna Zimmer
The Wilmington Symphony Legacy Society is a group of friends who have included the Wilmington Symphony in their will or estate plans. Current Legacy Society Associates include:
Anonymous (4)Bob AustinMarcelle AustinFrank and Ruth Funk (deceased)Marian Hills
Katherine Hoyt (deceased)Justine LerchNancy McAllister (deceased)Robert and Marjorie RoerDr. John R. Stike
Randolph TrullDiane UsherPeter and Gaile Zack
Anonymous (4)3M Electrical Market DivisionWilbur and Eileen AllingBeverly AndrewsBob AustinMarcelle L. AustinGail BerryBob King AutohausBrightmore of WilmingtonCarolina Bay at Autumn HallBarry and Janet BurkholderCatlin Engineers and ScientistsCarol EllisVal and Betty FischerRonald and Marilyn GuntherJames and Mary HagenAlex and Nora Hargrove
Peggy HigginsMarian HillsBruce and Karen GibsonJames E. Moore Insurance AgencyRosemary KlineJune KnoxAnn LongleyRexroad Loweth Wealth ManagementDavis CommunityDr. William Malloy and Maxine TerryJoseph and Matilda MarcheseDorothy MarshallBuzz and Lori McManusClint and Kathy MeyerFletcher and Janis NorrisFrances ParkerReeds Jewelers
Robert and Marjorie RoerRonald Sachs ViolinsJoe and Amy SchultzRobert and Lucy ShermanDoug and Karen SmithBucky SteinDr. John R. StikeDr. Janice StrattonSunbrella Fabrics (Glen Raven Mills)Kevin and Laura TannerRichard and Diane TrubiaHans and Lorraine WestermarkMat and Pat WhiteWilmington HealthPeter and Gaile ZackHerbert and Ronna Zimmer
Wilmington Symphony SocietyThe Wilmington Symphony Society honors individuals, couples and corporations who annually contribute at the Benefactor level and above, helping lead the way to the Orchestra’s future continued growth. In grateful appreciation to these current 2019–2020 Season members:
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wilmington symphony orchestra corporate, foundation & public support
MAESTRO CIRCLE ($10,000 and up)
COMPOSER’S CIRCLE ($5,000 to $9,999)Brightmore of WilmingtonCarolina Bay at Autumn HallMarilyn Senn Moll Charitable TrustReeds JewelersThe Landfall Foundation, Inc.
SOLOIST’S CIRCLE ($3,000 to $4,999)Arts Council of Wilmington and NHCBob King AutohausDavis CommunityJames E. Moore Insurance AgencyRonald Sachs ViolinsWilmington Health
CONCERTMASTER’S CIRCLE ($1,000 to $2,999)3M Electrical Markets DivisionAdams Southeastern ConstructionCastle Bay Golf CourseCastle BrandsCatlin Engineers and Scientists
Dan Cameron Family FoundationRexroad Loweth Wealth ManagementSunbrella Fabrics (Glen Raven Mills)The Pleasants Cole Wealth
PRINCIPAL PLAYER’S CIRCLE ($500 to $999)Fensel Supply Co. Omega SportsThe David B. Elsbree and
Lorraine Gilmore Charitable FundTribute PropertiesWilmington Conservatory of Fine ArtsWilmington Woman’s Club
MUSICIAN’S CIRCLE ($100 to $499)BB&T Scott & StringfellowCape Fear Music Teachers AssociationCape Fear Solar SystemsDavis Funeral HomeFountain Financial ServicesGreater Wilmington Business JournalHamilton & Company CPAsMcFayden Engineers, PLLCNew Elements Gallery
PEO Sisterhood Chapter AAPrudential Laney
Commercial Real EstateSaffo ContractorsSeacoast Wealth Management, Inc.SeaNotes Brass Studios LLCSouthern BankSouth State BankState Farm Insurance Agent –
Josh LondonStevenson Stohl Suzuki StudioThe Copper PennyThe Farlow Group, Inc.The Oleander CompanyTrusst Builder Group
MATCHING GIFT COMPANIESAetna FoundationCoca-Cola FoundationCorning Inc. FoundationDuke Energy FoundationExxonMobil FoundationGE Foundation Matching GiftsIBM FoundationUBS Financial Services, Inc.
In addition to gifts from individuals, it is the generosity of these businesses, foundations and organizations that help us produce our Masterworks Series, Symphony Pops!, Family Matinees, and an array of youth education programs.
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