our Program Guide.

2014 - 2015
SEASON
Vesper Chorale • Children’s Choir of Michiana • Vesper Chamber Orchestra • Consortia
Come, sing with me...
TABLE OF
CONTENTS
A Word from Our Artistic Director............ 4
A Word from Our Executive Director........ 6
A Word from Our Board............................ 6
Vesper Chorale 2014-15 Season................ 8
About Vesper Chorale................................ 9
About Vesper Chamber Orchestra............11
About Consortia........................................11
“We are People of God’s Peace is one hymn we like to sing
at our church. It expresses our congregation’s commitment
to Christ-centered peacemaking in our homes,
communities, and world.”
Children’s Choir 2014-15 Season........... 12
About Children’s Choir of Michiana...... 13
Proud Sponsor
of Vesper Chorale
Stacy Beshara
Member, Kern Road Mennonite Church
Join us for worship Sundays at 9:30 a.m.
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Kern Road
Mennonite
Church
Msgr. Michael Heintz, Pastor
Rev. Christopher Lapp, Associate Pastor
Megan Hartz, Director of Liturgical Music
1701 Miami Street
South Bend, Indiana 46613
(574) 289-5539
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Wishart Bell.............................................. 15
Musical Arts Indiana Staff........................ 18
Board of Directors.................................... 19
Family of Contributing Supporters......... 20
Bernie Doyle Award Recipient................. 21
Advertiser Index........................................ 30
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A WORD FROM
O UR ARTISTI C D I REC TO R
Dear Friends of Musical Arts Indiana,
As I write this I am in the thick of preparations for our exciting new season. We
strive to make each season, well, new. That sometimes means trying things we have
not tried before – ideas we hope will excite our audience and take us ever farther
down the path set by our vision statements and strategic plan: we truly want to
“transform audiences through music” while “promoting multiculturalism throughout the organization through our repertoire and educational programs and building an organization that supports growth and expansion.”
WNIT applauds the outstanding performances
A couple of years ago board member Carla Peterson headed up a survey of our
base, asking what they really wanted from us. Additionally, we have enough experience that we now can tell from our ticket sales which sorts of projects you want
us to continue. All of this—our Mission and Vision Statements, our audience feedback, and our desire for innovation—drives the planning of each new season.
of the many talented individuals representing the
Vesper Chorale and the Children’s
Choir and thanks the staff and board
at Musical Arts Indiana for providing the
community with such inspirational music.
We open our season, returning to St. Adalbert’s Parish for a Diverse Journeys
concert, Discovering the Americas, featuring repertoire from South America and
Mexico. Following that, we offer a Festival of Carols in two locations: First United
Methodist Church—the home of Children’s Choir of Michiana—and a new venue,
Harris Prairie Christian Church. Our season culminates with Haydn’s setting of the
ancient poem, Stabat Mater. We welcome you to our musical offerings.
You might be interested to know that WNIT’s
documentary, Kicking the Notes the Toradze Way,
has won two EMMY Awards and was a finalist
“Sing”cerely,
at the prestigious Golden Prague Competition.
This compelling story about Michiana’s adopted
son, Alexander Toradze, has inspired general
Wishart Bell
audiences as well as music enthusiasts with
Artistic Director and Conductor
its superb story-telling, political intrigue, human
interest and stellar musical performances
and is available on DVD.
Shirk’s Piano Gallery
4125 Grape Road
Mishawaka, Indiana 46545
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A WORD FROM
OUR EXE C U TI V E D I REC TO R
Dear Musical Arts Indiana Family,
Thank you for joining us this season—you are the heartbeat of our organization.
With a legacy of 22 years and counting, Musical Arts Indiana continues to utilize
resources in the most fiscally responsible manner possible. Programming and
operating decisions are closely connected and in response to patron support. In
good times, we increase marketing efforts and award more scholarships to young
singers. In down times, we decrease instrumentalist budgets and cut performance
opportunities. You, too, have the ability to significantly impact our direction.
Please help strengthen and sustain our efforts by inviting your family and
friends to our concerts, volunteering your time and talents, and donating via
MusicalArtsIndiana.org. Your ongoing support ensures the future of Musical Arts
Indiana as we strive to transform audiences through music.
Sincerely,
Jenna J. Grisham
Executive Director
A WORD FROM
O U R B OA R D
Dear Friends and Supporters of Musical Arts Indiana,
It is with great pleasure that I welcome you to another year of education, artistry and
inspiration with Musical Arts Indiana! The members of our Board feel honored to serve
this worthwhile and life-giving arts organization. We are thrilled that you are joining
with us to be transformed through the music we share with the Michiana community.
On behalf of the Board of Directors, I want to express our sincere gratitude for your
patronage and support of our organization. While your attendance at our events and
your generous contributions enable us to continue to provide the quality musical programming you’ve come to expect from MAI, it is your enthusiasm that inspires and
motivates our ensembles to artistically create performances that allow all to experience
the joy of a Musical Arts Indiana event.
Warm regards,
Carrie Doyle
Chair, Board of Directors
Musical Arts Indiana
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VES P E R C H O RA LE
2014 – 2015 SEASON
DISCOVERING THE AMERICAS (Diverse Journeys Concert Series)
Sunday, November 9, 2014 • 4:00 p.m.
Pre-concert Lecture at 3:30 p.m.
St. Adalbert’s Parish
Featuring Vesper Chorale and Vesper Chamber Orchestra
FESTIVAL OF CAROLS
Saturday, December 13, 2014 • 7:30 p.m.
First United Methodist Church
and
Sunday, December 14, 2014 • 3:00 p.m.
Harris Prairie Christian Church
Featuring Vesper Chorale and Children’s Choir of Michiana
HAYDN’S STABAT MATER (Basically Baroque Concert Series)
Saturday, March 14, 2015 • 7:30 p.m.
Pre-concert Lecture at 7:00 p.m.
St. Matthew Cathedral
and
Sunday, March 15, 2015 • 3:00 p.m.
Pre-concert Lecture at 2:30 p.m.
St. Joseph Chapel, Holy Cross College
Featuring Vesper Chorale and Guest Singers
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Helping Musical Arts Indiana
‘Keep the Beat’ Since 2002
F
ounded in 1993, Vesper Chorale took
its name from the early evening prayer
service of the traditional church liturgy,
and originally performed exclusively sacred
music. Led by its educational mission,
the choir has partnered with church, high
school, and college music departments,
providing participants with a professional-level
performance experience.
In November of 2008, Vesper Chorale launched a new initiative, its Diverse
Journeys Concert Series, aspiring to collaborate with ethnic communities in
celebrating the music and history of their respective cultures. Vesper Chorale
performed Donald McCullough’s Holocaust Cantata—Songs from the Camps at
Temple Beth-El of South Bend and Temple Jeremiah in Northfield, Illinois.
Public Broadcasting Station WNIT recorded and broadcast their performance in
April of 2010 in a production nominated for an Indiana Broadcasters Association
Spectrum Award. A series of programs with Mount Carmel Missionary Baptist
Church began in May of 2011, exploring the musical traditions of the AfricanAmerican heritage. This series will continue with its third program being
developed for the 2015-2016 season. Connections with the Latino community—
developed through the congregation of St. Adalbert’s Parish—began with a
concert in 2012 and continues this season.
Vesper Chorale has been recognized with awards from the Kurt and Tessye
Simon Fund for Holocaust Remembrance, Memorial Hospital Foundation,
Elnora Stickley Foundation, Indiana Arts Commission, Indiana Council for the
Humanities, the Community Foundation of St. Joseph County, Progress Club of
South Bend, and the Josephson Music Trust. In 2008, in commemoration of its
15th Anniversary, Vesper Chorale received a citation from the Mayor of South
Bend for its contribution to the community through the arts.
Kristina R. Craig • 574.232.1814 • [email protected]
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Q. What do all of these people
have in common?
chamber
orchestra
Born in the late 1990s, Vesper Chamber Orchestra was formed to join Vesper
Chorale in the performance of oratorios, creating the critically acclaimed Basically
Baroque concert series.
This
series has presented such works
as Haydn’s Creation,
Mozart’s C
Minor Mass and Requiem, Fauré’s
Requiem, and Handel’s Messiah.
Performances have taken
Vesper Chorale to campuses and
churches across
northern chamber
Indiana and Southwestern Michigan, including IPFW in Fort Wayne,
Manchester
College, Southwestern Michigan College, Lake Michigan College, and
orchestra
others. It performs Messiah every second year. In the spring of 2012 Vesper
Chamber Orchestra joined the choir in the world premier of Jorge Muñiz’s Stabat
Mater. The autumn of 2014 sees the orchestra performing the North American
Premiere of Machu Picchu Concert for Quena (Andean Flute) performed by quena
virtuoso Nayo Ulloa.
Consortia
A. The Community Foundation.
They’re some of the many caring people who have created
donor advised funds within the Community Foundation of
St. Joseph County. Their generosity, vision, and commitment
make our community’s future brighter.
The Community Foundation is a charitable endowment that
benefits the citizens of St. Joseph County. We receive gifts from
people who care, we invest these gifts forever, and we use the
investment earnings to make grants each year to local charities.
Learn about the Community Foundation at www.cfsjc.org.
Clockwise from upper left: Barbara
Warner, Howard and Marie Goodhew,
the Abernethy family, Richmond and
Virginia Calvin, Charles Hillman,
Don and Nancy Crawford, and
Chuck and Denise Roemer.
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... an exciting entertainment
option for clubs, companies,
organizations, or private
homes. Consortia features
professional and semiprofessional musicians
singing a variety of styles,
ranging from traditional
Christmas carols for the
holidays to lush eight-part
harmony love songs for
Valentine’s Day gatherings.
The group can bring an air
of sophistication for black
tie events or a classy touch to
the next company Christmas
party. Smaller groups and
soloists are also available.
For booking contact
Wishart Bell at (574) 229.2247.
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C H IL D R E N ’ S C HO IR
2014 – 2015 SEASON
FESTIVAL OF CAROLS
Saturday, December 13, 2014 • 7:30 p.m.
First United Methodist Church
N
ow in its 11th season, Children’s Choir of Michiana espouses a
and
fundamental belief that all children can learn to sing. Following its charge
Sunday, December 14, 2014 • 3:00 p.m.
Harris Prairie Christian Church
to provide an educationally based vocal program, this group spans fourth through
Featuring Vesper Chorale and Children’s Choir of Michiana
tenth grades and learns head-voice vocal technique, sight singing and rhythm.
The choir gives concerts throughout north central Indiana and Southern
COLORS
Michigan. In April of 2006, CCM sang with the Goshen Community Chorus in
Saturday, February 21, 2015 • 7:00 P.M.
Good Shepherd Montessori School
Sauder Concert Hall at Goshen College. November of 2006 saw the choir invited
Featuring Children’s Choir of Michiana
group performed John’s Rutter’s Mass of the Children with Vesper Chorale and
to the Dowagiac Choral Festival. In commemoration of its fifth anniversary, the
INVITATIONAL CHILDREN’S CHOIR FESTIVAL
Saturday, March 28, 2015 • 7:00 P.M.
First United Methodist Church, South Bend
Orchestra. They returned to Goshen College in March of 2011 for the Indiana/
Michigan Youth Choir Festival. Children’s Choir of Michiana travelled to
Washington D.C. in June of 2012 for its first concert tour. It celebrated its 10th
Featuring Children’s Choir of Michiana and Lakeland Youth Chorale
anniversary by performing with seven choirs at the famed Carnegie Hall in New
York City during the summer of 2014. CCM hosts an annual Invitational Choir
MUSIC ALONE SHALL LIVE
Festival to which it invites singers from schools and
Saturday, May 2, 2015 • 7:00 p.m.
Kern Road Mennonite Church
2015
AUDITIONS
Featuring Children’s Choir of Michiana
May 12 & 19, 2015
churches throughout the region. Its rehearsal home
is First United Methodist Church in South Bend,
where it rehearses on Tuesday evenings. Auditions
are held in early spring and late summer each year.
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WISHART BELL
Artistic Director and Conductor
I
n 1993, Wishart Bell founded Vesper Chorale
as one choir of 25 voices. Today he oversees the
artistic development of the entire Musical Arts Indiana organization. His commitment to excellence,
inspiration, and education has driven its growth,
leading to collaborations with churches, schools,
and universities in Indiana, Michigan, and Illinois,
and invitations to perform in Washington D.C. and
in Carnegie Hall, New York. He has given concerts and recitals in the US, Canada,
and Romania. Dr. Bell is also dedicated to instilling a love of singing in children,
as well as taking music to diverse and economically disadvantaged audiences.
Bell holds graduate degrees in Piano and Conducting from The American Conservatory of Music. He has taken further study in conducting at The Hartt School, the
University of Illinois, and the Oregon Bach Festival, and studied vocal pedagogy
under Richard Miller at Oberlin Conservatory of Music. Awards include the Cliff
Dwellers Arts Foundation Award, Leo Heim Memorial Award, and an Artist Residency at the Banff Arts Center (Canada).
Informing, entertaining and inspiring
the Michiana arts community
for over four decades.
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BOA R D OF DI R ECTOR S
2014 -2015 SEASON
ABOUT THE
MUSICAL ARTS INDIANA STAFF
JENNA GRISHAM (Executive Director, Musical Arts Indiana) is a
graduate of the Music Business Program at Indiana State University.
Her extensive professional experience within the music industry
includes positions with Interlochen Center for the Arts, NAMM
(International Music Products Association), Terre Haute Children’s
Choir, Paige’s Music, Mid-States Marching Band Contest, Museum
of Making Music, and The Woodwind & Brasswind. She is a veteran to the stage,
performing in choruses, bands, and musicals for countless years and currently sings
with Vesper Chorale.
Carrie Doyle
Van Nussbaum
Gretchen Anderson
Chair
Treasurer
Secretary
Robert Hyde
Charissa Jimenez
Jon Kauffmann-Kennel
Trudy McManama
Staci-Marie Norman
Jeannie O’Meara
Dan Riley
Banitha Vinscon
Mark Woodcox
Emanuel Caraman
JOSEF CISKANIK (Lyric Choir Director, Children’s Choir of
Michiana) earned his Bachelor’s in Organ at Indiana University’s
School of Music, studying with Professors Smith, Neswick, and
Janette Fishell. Currently, he is working on his Master’s Degree in
Sacred Music at Notre Dame with Craig Cramer while playing at
Notre Dame’s Basilica and First United Methodist Church in South
Bend. Joseph studied the principles and practical application of the Kodaly method
of children’s music education at Notre Dame with Mark Doerries.
BEVERLY BUTLER (Accompanist, Vesper Chorale) began accompanying Vesper Chorale in 2003. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree
from Bethel College, and a Master of Music degree from Indiana
University. Beverly is an Adjunct Piano Instructor at Saint Mary’s
College, where she teaches private piano and does vocal and instrumental accompanying. Beverly has accompanied Saint Mary’s
Women’s Choir at concerts, tours, and conventions. She enjoys playing in the
Morrow Piano Trio, and has served as church organist and choir accompanist in various churches.
ERIN ELLIOTT
(Rehearsal Accompanist, Children’s Choir of
Michiana) is a South Bend native and began working with Children’s
Choir of Michiana in 2014. She has taught in a wide variety of settings, including general, instrumental, and choral ensembles K-12.
She is currently an elementary music specialist for the Penn-Harris
Madison district. She has completed degrees from The College of
Wooster (OH), the University of Louisville, and recently completed her Orff Level 1
certification at the University of Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music.
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Jerry Langley
Carla Peterson
MA I STA FF
Wishart Bell
Jenna Grisham
Artistic Director
Executive Director
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MUSICAL ARTS INDIANA
FAMILY OF CONTRIBUTING SUPPORTERS,
CORPORATE SPONSORS AND ADVERTISERS
SUSTAINERS
($5,000 - $10,000)
Community Foundation
of St. Joseph County,
Arts Everywhere Fund
Wishart & Mary Bell
Ben & Jenna Grisham
Indiana Arts Commission
Kern Road Mennonite
Church
Wells Fargo Trust
Foundations
Florence V. Carroll
Charitable Trust
Stanley A. & Flora P. Clark
Memorial Trust Foundation
John, Anna, and Martha
Jane Fields Trust Foundation
Muessel-Ellison Memorial
Trust Foundation
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($1,000 - $4,999)
Doyle and Associates♫
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Church
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William Shane
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Church Choir
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Ber n i e Doyl e
Award
For those who embody
the spirit of Musical Arts Indiana
It is with great honor that we name
Marcie Strasburg as our most recent
recipient of the Bernie Doyle Award.
Marcie’s commitment to furthering the
mission of Musical Arts Indiana
is invaluable. We are forever grateful
for her ongoing contributions
of both time & talent.
For more information about
contributions, corporate
sponsorships or advertising,
contact Jenna Grisham at
(574) 213-4699 or [email protected]
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All non-advertising contributions to Musical Arts Indiana
are tax-deductible. We strive to
acknowledge all contributors
accurately, and we apologize in
advance for any inaccuracies.
Please contact us with any
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2014-2015 BETHEL COLLEGE
T H E AT R E S E A S O N
the
39 steps
A DA P T E D BY PAT R I C K B A R LOW, F R O M T H E N OV E L
BY J O H N B U C H A N , F R O M T H E M OV I E O F A L F R E D
H I TC H C O C K
Oct. 2, 3* and 4 at 7:30 p.m. • Oct. 4 matinee at 1 p.m.
Tickets on sale Sept. 12 • $15 adults, $13 students
and seniors
In “The 39 Steps,” a man with a boring life meets a
woman with a thick accent who says she’s a spy. When
he takes her home, she is murdered. Soon, a mysterious
organization called “The 39 Steps” is hot on the man’s trail
in a nationwide manhunt that climaxes in a death-defying
finale! With the serious spy story played for laughs and the
allusions to some of Hitchcock’s other films, this will surely
be an unforgettable evening of entertainment!
BY S O P H O C L E S , A DA P TAT I O N BY F R A N K M C G U I N N E S S
Nov. 13, 14 and 15 at 7:30 p.m.
Tickets on sale Oct. 20 • $10 adults, $7 students and
seniors
The Sophoclean classic: When King Agamemnon returns
from the Trojan War with his new concubine, Cassandra, his
wife, Clytemnestra (who has taken Agamemnon’s cousin
Aegisthus as a lover), kills them. Clytemnestra believes the
murder was justified, since Agamemnon had sacrificed their
daughter, Iphigenia, before the war, as commanded by the
gods. Electra, daughter of Agamemnon and Clytemnestra,
rescued her young twin brother, Orestes, from her mother
by sending him to Strophius of Phocis. The play begins
years later when Orestes has returned as a grown man with
a plot for revenge, as well as to claim the throne.
*This performance interpreted for the d/Deaf community
M U S I C A N D B O O K BY ST E P H E N F L A H E RT Y, LY R I C S
A N D B O O K BY LY N N A H R E N S , C O C O N C E I V E D BY
ST E P H E N F L A H E RT Y A N D LY N N A H R E N S A N D E R I C
I D L E , B A S E D O N T H E WO R K S O F D R . S E U S S
March 26, 27* and 28 at 7:30 p.m. • March 28
matinee at 1 p.m.
Tickets on sale Feb. 16 • $15 adults, $13 students and
seniors
See How
They Run
A FA M I LY- F R I E N D LY FA R C E BY P H I L I P K I N G
May 29 and 30 at 7:30 p.m. • May 30 matinee
at 1 p.m.
Tickets on sale April 20 • $15 adults, $13 students
and
seniors
* This
performance interpreted for the d/Deaf community.
The Cat in the Hat tells the story of Horton, an elephant
who discovers a speck of dust containing Whos. Horton
faces a double challenge — not only must he protect the
Whos from a world of naysayers and dangers, but he
must guard an abandoned egg. Ultimately, the powers of
friendship, loyalty, family and community are challenged
and emerge triumphant.
Galloping in and out of the four doors of an English
vicarage are an American actor and actress, a cockney
maid who has seen too many American movies, an old
maid who “touches alcohol for the first time in her life,”
four men in clergyman suits presenting the problem of
which is which, and a sedate Bishop aghast at all these
goings on and the trumped-up stories they tell him. This
farce, creatively titled from the nursery rhyme “Three Blind
Mice,” is an evening of nonstop laughs and witty humor.
*This performance interpreted for the d/Deaf community
*This performance interpreted for the d/Deaf community
SEASON TICKETS available now!
$45 adults, $40 seniors/students
CALL 574.807.7080 M–F, 1–5 P.M. FOR TICKETS OR VISIT BETHELCOLLEGE.EDU/TICKETS
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INDEX OF
A DV E R TIS E RS
1st Source Bank........................................ 28
Kruggel Lawton CPA................................ 22
The Beehive.............................................. 22
Lawson-Fisher Associates P.C.................. 27
Bethel College.......................................... 25
The Mishawaka Clinic.............................. 22
Community Foundation
of St. Joseph County................................ 10
Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center.... 23
Crown Trophy.......................................... 27
Saint Matthew Cathedral
Parish and School...................................... 3
DeBartolo Performing Arts Center.......... 28
Shirk’s Piano Gallery.................................. 4
Duley Press............................................... 22
South Bend Civic Theatre........................ 27
Family Dental Health Corporation......... 28
South Bend Symphony Orchestra........... 15
First United Methodist Church............... 31
Teachers Credit Union............................. 26
Holy Cross Village at Notre Dame.......... 24
The Troyer Group..................................... 24
Howard Performing Arts Center.............. 29
Usborne Books & More........................... 12
In the Bend (South Bend Tribune)........... 7
WAUS........................................................ 14
Kern Road Mennonite Church.................. 2
WNIT........................................................... 5
Kreative Koncepts....................................... 8
WVPE........................................................ 15
Musical Arts Indiana
S P O N SO R S
This activity made possible, in part, by the Community Foundation of St. Joseph County, the Indiana Arts Commission, and the
National Endowment for the Arts, a federal group.
Funding for our programs is also made possible, in part, by Wells Fargo Trust Foundations - Florence V. Carroll Charitable Trust,
Stanley A. and Flora P. Clark Memorial Community Trust Foundation, Muessel-Ellison Memorial Trust Foundation, and the John,
Anna, and Martha Jane Fields Trust Foundation.
Performance season made possible, in part, by an ArtsEverywhere Initiative grant from the Community Foundation
of St. Joseph County.
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