This concert is dedicated to the memory of
Welles Remy Crowther
"The Man in the Red Bandanna"
and
Lt. Harry Wanamaker, FDNY/Ret.

and all of the victims of the attacks against our country on
September 11, 2001.

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We celebrate

Goodness, courage, freedom, creativity, beauty

Higher qualities of the human spirit
that triumph in the face of evil.

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This afternoon is sponsored by

The Welles Remy Crowther Charitable Trust
Grace Episcopal Church
and
the performing artists
who have generously contributed their time and talents.


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We thank all those who graciously volunteered their time to make this concert possible.

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Clair de Lune
Claude Achille Debussy ( 1862 – 1918 )
Barbara Allen, harp

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Overture, Suite No. 1 in C-major
Johann Sebastian Bach ( 1685 – 1750 )
Robert Barrows, cembalo

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Adagio and Allegro Op. 70
Robert Schumann ( 1810 – 1856 )
Stephen Reid, cello     Jan Deats, piano

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Violin Duo (Plus One)
Café 1930, La Historia del Tango
Astor Piazzolla ( 1921 - 1992 )
Marti Sweet & Annamae Goldsmith, violins     David Ellenbogen, guitar

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Trio in D-minor
Molto Allegro  Agitato
Felix Mendelssohn ( 1809 – 1847 )
Alison Crowther, violin     Jay Shulman, cello     Jan Deats, piano

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Amazing Grace
John Newton ( 1725 – 1807 )
Jennifer Cece Bellon, soprano     Robert Barrows, organ

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Horn Concerto No. 1 in E flat, Opus 11
Allegro   Andante   Rondo
Richard Strauss ( 1864 – 1949 )
Patrick Milando, French horn

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For this afternoon's Concert for Remembrance, 9/11,
the Crowther Family, the Trustees and
the Board Members of the Welles Remy Crowther Charitable Trust
extend sincere appreciation and gratitude to

Edward Simons, the Soloists and the Orchestra,
The Reverend Richard L. Gressle, Rector, Grace Episcopal Church
Robert Barrows, Music Director, Grace Episcopal Church
Kim Adele Rosner and Thayer Woodcock, Administration
Edward Walker, Sexton      Jacquelyn Drechsler, Production Manager,
Karin Baere,  Kimberly Grieger,  Michael Growney,
Hal Locker,  Ann McGill,  Madalasa Mobili,  Rabia Nagin,  Phyllis Scott
Christine Gero and Nyack High School Music Students
Timothy Brady, Sound     David Skolnik, Piano Tuning
The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts
Harrington Press, Nyack     Minuteman Press, Nanuet
Pierce and Dunhill Caterers, Northvale, NJ
Ascent Media, Northvale, NJ     Bud's Florist, Northvale, NJ
Nyack Chamber of Commerce,  St. Ann's Catholic Church,  Nyack High School

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The Welles Remy Crowther Charitable Trust was founded in Welles' memory to provide support to educational and charitable organizations, fostering and recognizing high quality achievement in young people through scholarships and special programs.

The Welles Remy Crowther Charitable Trust is recognized as a not-for-profit organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Service Code and is registered with the State of New York.

Your contribution to the trust, tax-deductible to the extent of the law, supports the work of the trust and is gratefully accepted.

Checks may be made payable to and mailed to:

The Welles Remy Crowther Charitable Trust
P.O. Box 780
Nyack, New York 10960-0780


9 / 11

We Will Never Forget

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The Musicians of the Orchestra

Heather Vogel, Concertmistress
   Albany Symphony, Hudson Valley
   Philharmonic, Rockland Symphony Orchestra

Annamae Goldstein, Violin

Matthew Picard, Violin
   Nyack High School Chamber Orchestra

Barbara Randall, Violin
   American Ballet Theatre Orchestra,
   New York City Opera Orchestra,
   Long Island Philharmonic

Marti Sweet, Violin

Shelby Yamin, Violin
   Manhattan School of Music, Heifetz
   International Music Institute

Michael Gillette, Principal 2nd Violin
   American Ballet Theatre Orchestra,
   Mostly Mozart

Barbara Benary, Violin
   Gamelan Son of Lion Ensemble

Judy Cho, Violin
   Nyack High School Chamber Orchestra

Karen Gilbert, Violin
   Rockland Symphony Orchestra

Ann Gillette, Violin
   American Ballet Theatre Orchestra

Betsy Hill, Violin

Olivia Koppell, Principal Viola
   American Ballet Theatre Orchestra

Nicholas Baere, Viola
   Nyack High School Chamber Orchestra

Yuris Gute, Viola
   Rockland Symphony Orchestra

Katherine Rife, Viola
   Manhattan Chamber Orchestra,
   Ellison String Quartet

Stephen Reid, Principal Cello

Jay Shulman, Cello

William Blossom, Double Bass
   New York Philharmonic
Patricia Lazarra, Flute 1
   Founder, UpTown Flutes, Drew Univ.;
   Faculty, Rockland Conservatory of Music.

Holly Druckman, Flute 2
   Mannes Pre-Coll Music alum; Prin. Flute,
   Columbia U. Orchestra, Mannes Prep.
   Philharmonic

Peggy Wiltrout, Oboe 1
   Past principal, Virginia and Shreveport,
   LA Symphonies, New Jersey Symphony,
   Broadway.

Susan DeCamp, Oboe 2
   Chappaqua Orchestra, Taconic Opera,
   Hawthorne Symphony (English Horn)

Larry Guy, Clarinet 1
   Principal Clarinet, LI Philharmonic;
   Faculty NYU, Vassar, Juilliard,
   Manhattan School of Music, Pre-coll. Div.

Douglas Bish, Clarinet 2
   Chairman, Nyack High School
   Music Department

Philip Fedora, Bassoon 1
   Musica Bella Orchestra of New York,
   Westwind Woodwind Quintet,
   Hudson Valley Philharmonic

Diane Fedora, Bassoon 2
   Hudson Valley Philharmonic, Hartford
   Symphony, Albany Symphony

Adrian Waltzer, Trumpet 1
   Centre Orchestra, Riverside Symphony,
   Tri-City Symphony, Hawthorne,
   Radio City, Int’l.

Allan Colin, Trumpet 2

Rosemary Waltzer, French Horn 1
   Bennington CMC, VT Music & Art Center,
   Hawthorne, RSO

Marc Wager, French Horn 2
   Bennington CMC, St. Thos. Orchestra,
   Hudson Brass Quintet, Ridgefield Symphony,
   Bermuda Philharmonic

Robert Barrows, Cembalo, Organ

Ben Carriel, Tympany
   Rockland Symphony Orchestra


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Soloists and Featured Artists
in order of appearance

Edward Simons, Conductor and Music Director
   A founder and conductor of the Rockland Symphony Orchestra; co-founder with his wife, Janet, of
   the Community Music School (Rockland Conservatory of Music), Mr. Simons’ distinguished career
   has led him from conducting on Broadway and national tours to teaching and performing around
   the US.

Barbara Allen, Harp
   Master of Music degree from The Juilliard School, principal harpist of American Ballet Theatre and
   Greenwich Symphony; winner of 7th International Harp Competition in Israel, soloist with Caramoor
   and Waterloo Festivals, Greenwich Symphony and Hudson Valley Philharmonic. Ms. Allen has
   performed with the New York Philharmonic and this year performed and recorded with the vocal
   artist, Sting.

Stephen Reid, Cello
   Principal cellist of the Rockland Symphony and other Hudson Valley ensembles. Founding member
   of the Gotham Quartet and of the Gotham Trio with violinist Karen Gilbert and pianist Frank Daykin.
   Head of the Chamber Music Conference (at Bennington); President of the Rockland Symphony.

Marti Sweet, Violin
   Founder, Artistic Director of Musica Amici, Ms. Sweet received a Bachelors and Master of Music
   from The Juilliard School as a student of Oscar Shumsky. Member of St. Paul’s Chamber Orchestra,
   National Arts Center Orchestra and associate violinist with Metropolitan Opera Orchestra. She
   has recorded chamber music CDs for Angel/EMI and New World Records and currently teaches
   in Rockland.

Annamae Goldstein, Violin
   Ms. Goldstein is a member of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra and Musica Amici

Alison Crowther, Violin
Rockland Symphony, North Jersey Symphony, Adelphi Chamber Orchestra

Jay Shulman, Cello
   Longtime member of Long Island Philharmonic, Mr. Shulman performs with the Rochambeau
   Trio, the River Duo and has been a dear friend of Alison’s for 50 years since playing together as
   students in Scarsdale, NY. He is currently publishing works of his father, composer and cellist,
   Alan Shulman.

Jan Deats, Piano
   Graduate of Oberlin, student of György Sándor, who was a student of Bela Bartok; international
   teacher, soloist and accompanist. Ms. Deats is presently Chair of the Piano Department of Rockland
   Conservatory of Music, faculty member of the Elisabeth Morrow School and Manhattan School
   of Music, pre-college div; McCall- Deats Duo. She Performed at the Tchaikovsky International
   Competitions with Alvin McCall in 1982.

Jennifer Cece Bellon, Soprano
   Graduate U. of Richmond, VA, received a Masters Degree in Opera from New Jersey City University.
   Ms. Bellon performed as a lead at the Paper Mill Playhouse and Dramatists Guild on Broadway,The
   Mozart Requiem at Lincoln Center, Vivaldi and Bach cantatas and arias with the Baroque Orchestra
   of New Jersey.In 2000, she won first place in the State of New Jersey NATS Opera Competition.

Robert Barrows, Cembalo, Organ
   Mr. Barrows is choirmaster and music director of Grace Episcopal Church and Sarum.

Patrick Milando, French Horn
   Former Principal Horn of L’Orchestra del Teatro di San Carlo, Italy, Mr. Milando has performed
   on live broadcasts and CDs with the New York Philharmonic. He has toured internationally with
   the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra and performed with “Live Broadcasts from the Met”. He has
   performed with the Philadelphia Orchestra, the Vienna Philharmonic, the Orchestra of Paris, the
   St. Petersburg Maryinsky Symphony, the New Jersey Symphony and the American Symphony
   Orchestra. Mr. Milando has performed as a soloist both internationally and at Lincoln Center. In
   Japan, he performed a live television broadcast of the Strauss Horn Concerto No. 1. On Broadway,
   Mr. Milando holds the First Horn chair for Disney’s “The Lion King”. In addition, he has played on
   numerous motion picture soundtracks, commercial television and radio recordings.


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