College of Music Program Book 2011-2012: Ensemble & Other Performances, Volume 3 Page: 93
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A NOTE FROM THE DIRECTOR
Dear Friends of CCO,
Thank you very much for your attendance at this important event. Besides hearing some
great artists and operas, I hope you will enjoy learning about all the great things that CCO
is doing...world premieres, European performances, our development series, publications,
commercial recordings, outreach programs and much more. While I may be biased, I
do not know of many other opera companies regardless of size that offer such a varied
It is with particular pride that I welcome The University of North Texas College of Music
Opera. If I may be permitted a brief personal note, I enrolled at North Texas forty-one years
ago as a bassoon major and while there, developed both my love of opera and contemporary
music. Under the direction of Dean James Scott, the College of Music continues to thrive
and I invite you to explore all the great things happening there.
This Gala is our most important fundraising event of the year. We hope that you will show
your support for CCO to allow us to continue our remarkable growth. On behalf of our
Board of Directors, we offer our sincere thanks and gratitude for your help.
Center for Contemporary Opera
jim Schaeffer, General Director * Eric Salzman, Artistic Director
Michael Dellaira, Composer in Residence * Sara Jobin, Music Director
Eugenia Arsenis, Dramaturg * Jami Leonard, Company Manager
Mariah Wakefield, Intern * Richard Marshall, Founding Director
Board of Directors
Durwood Littlefield, President * Robert Howard, Secretary
Jim Busterud, Treasurer * Rollin Glaser * Hadassah Markson
Eugene Rotberg * Paul Underwood * Betsy Wittenborn Miller
A sincere thank you to the University of North Texas College of Music for their support and
participation. We welcome their many alumni and guests attending tonight's event. CCO
also thanks Elliott Forrest for once again serving as our Master of Ceremonies. We are also
appreciative to The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation for their leadership support of the CCO
Development Series. This program is made possible in part by public funds from the New
York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA), a state agency.
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