Donors and Contributors
The El Segundo Concert Band gratefully acknowledges the people and
organizations that have contributed generously to us this season:
Music Director Level
$2,000 and up
Chevron Products Company
Faivre, Michael and Kristin
Fisher, Bill and Laurie
Northrop Grumman
Soon, Christopher and Zenia
Wopschall, Vaughn and Gail
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Conductor Level  
$1,000 - $1,999  
Allen, Teresa
American Endowment Foundation
Birch, Shawn
Britt's Bar-B-Que
Cadman, Rebecca
Cantu, Julie
Crabbs, Lori and Scott
Day, Dianna and Hal
Doby, Carl and Rosalind
El Segundo Rotary Club
Fahey, Matthew and Louise
Goodreau, Brandi and Tony
Goodyear, David and Breana
Gutierrez, Sergio and Maria
Honda, Tomo and Jun
Judge, Lisa and Chuck
Kartvedt, Mikal and Nanmarie
R.U.S.A. Matching Gift Program
Lam, Trinhly
Le, Anne
Lee, Rita
Lin, Joey and Kelly
Mason, Elizabeth and Greg
McDonald, Amy and Steve
McFarlane, Rob and Evelyn
McMahan, Miriam and Michael
Monroy, Eslim and Rosy
Odabashian, Steve and Liz
Padlipsky, Patricia and Gary
Piibe, Alary and Ann-Marie
Priebe, John and Jennifer
Ramirez, Victor and Carrie (Hickert)
Robert, Laurie and Scott
Salinda, Steve
Sexton, Peri and Bill
Taback-Winters, Jason and Linda
Tinoco, David and Eileen
To, Derek and Tracy
Veloz, Alex and Nancy
Vinzon, Noel and Arlene
Washington Iron Works
Wittig, Erland and Naomi
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Concert Master Level  
$500 - $999   
Alva, Jesse and Dora
America's Charities
Bonilla, Hector and Ana
Cantu, Abe
Crowley, Brian and Kitty
Forest, Ben and Heather
Glynn, Frank and Susan
Gridley, Rick and Carmen
Katz, Debra
Keller, Tara
Korlapati, Ramakrishna
Lee, Ji
Loose, Michael and Carol
Mann, James and Joyce
Martin, John and Kathy
McClemens, Karoline
Minton, Steven and Bernadette
Nicolai, Adam and Linda
Orona, David and Jennifer
Peregrina, Consuelo
Perkey, Neal and Laurel
Powell, Nancy
Rice, Mike and Edie
Russ, Tom and Ellen
Saygan, Jennifer
Schnurer, Angela
Seven Friends, Daluca Trattoria
Szetho, Eng and Francis
Thompson, Matthew and Amber
Verfaillie, Tarcis
Woolson, Thomas
Your Cause/Chevron
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Principal Level  
$250 - $499  
Amazon Smile
Brown, Kelvin
Campbell, Maria and Brian
Federal Realty Investments
Galbreath, David and Sheila
Gustafson Nicolai PC
Hall, Curtis
Islands
Kao, Joan
Lao, John and Elisa
McClemens, Don
Northrup, Angelica
Perelman, Charles
Planet Answers LLC
Schoeny, Joanie
Scott, Tami
Tapia, Virginia and Angel
Taylor, Jason
Warner, Rebecca
Williams, Mason
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Musician Level  
$100 - $249
Allen, Angela
Americas Charities
Bishay, Ann and Mark
Buchen, Cecelia
Byers, Stephanie
Carbajo, Myrna
Clark, David and Kerrie
Davidson, Fred
Dischinger, Susan
El Segundo Police Officers Association
Flores, Tom and Merlyn
Garcia, Irene
Granoff, Tom and Tracy
Habit Restaurants
Harper, Rob and Susannah
Hatcher Jr., William
Hudson, Martin and Deborah
Hugo Charles
Jimenez, Baldo
Levenson, Carla
Martin, Gloria
Mostafania, Andrew
Nott, David and Carola
Pie Squared Pizza
Rock and Brews
Rubios
Seclen, Anna Sanchez
Standard Station
The Habit Restaurants
VanVranken, Richard
YLSB LLC
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Patron Level  
$1 - $99  
Armstrong, Penny and Eric
Boeing
California Pizza Kitchen
Chen, Jia Jie
Corner Bakery
Eidem, Jennifer and Chris
Fresh Brothers
Horner, Debora
Jolly, Helen
Ory, Daniel and Kathleen
Rowe, Cynthia
Stewart, Michelle
Studio Joseph Watts

The organizations below contributed
their expertise, creativity, and re-
sources to help us produce our shows.
Pro bono contributors are
marked with an asterisk

The Los Angeles Lakers* sent Laker Girls Heather and Danielle to our Take Me Out the Ballgame show in uniform to autograph photos, be interviewed on stage during the show, and talk with concert patrons.

The Los Angeles Dodgers* provided Dodger baseball hats for the band to wear during our Take Me Out to the Ballgame show.

Dennis McNeil*, opera and broadway singer/actor and regular performer for the Lakers, Dodgers, Kings, and Clippers, narrated Casey at the Bat and sang God Bless America in our Take Me Out the Ballgame show.

Terri-Rae Elmer*, news anchor for radio station KFI, was the narrator for "Twas the Night Before Christmas" for Winter Wonderland.   KFI (AM 640)  broadcast the live recording of that song on its John and Ken Show as well on the Tim Conway Jr. Show on Christmas eve. 

Universal Studiosprovided many give aways for their 2010 Christmas movie to patrons at Winter Wonderland.  They also provided the grand prize for our drawing at end of the event. This is the second of our shows Universal has played a key role in.

Bell Event Services has given us significant discounts on lighting and sound, enabling us to provide an enhanced audio/visual experience to our concert patrons throughout the years.

International Gardens* provided the Christmas trees, wreaths, garlands, and poinsettias for Winter Wonderland. In prior years, they created the enchanted forest for A Child's Magical Dreams, provided all the foliage for A Night in Vienna, and brought in selected foliage that swayed in the wind for our Music In Motion concert.

Legacy Dance Academy* choreographed and performed two dances for Winter Wonderland and our Music In Motion show.

Fred Allen & Associates* provided the dance floor for Winter Wonderland, enabling the dancers to perform special movements that would not have been possible on the concrete stage.

Jack Tillar*, Academy Award and Emmy Award winner, narrated Lincoln's Portrait in our Salute To Heroes concert.

Paul Draper*, house magician at the Las Vegas Venetian, mesmerized our audience with his magic, singing, and educational story telling for A Child's Magical Dreams.

Christopher Lennertz*, Grammy award winner and Emmy nominee as well as a composer for major motion pictures, hosted a tour of his recording studio for our Music Symposium.

William Stromberg* conducted a master class for our Music Symposium and guest conducted at our 10th Anniversary Celebration concert..  Mr. Stromberg is a Grammy-nominated conductor, and has composed and conducted many scores for movies.

Stu Phillips*, a twice nominated for a Grammy award, conducted a master class for our Music Symposium on his experiences in the music industry.

Gold Health and Safety* had two advertising banners made for us in such a way that they are re-usable for any performance that we have.  The company also printed, in color, our concert program for A Child's Magical Dreams and Music In Motion.

The El Segundo Fire Department* brought an engine to our Salute To Heroes show to give children tours of equipment these heroes use every day in our community.

The El Segundo Police Department* brought the canine unit to our Salute to Heroes concert to demonstrate the amazing skills and capabilities of the animal.

Danny Roque*, a performing and entertaining fixture in El Segundo, took our audience on a journey through the enchanted forest, guiding them from one song to the next through the spoken word and gestures, to help them recapture their childhood's magical dreams.

Britt's Bar-B-Que fired up the grill to cook brisket, pulled pork, and hot dogs for our Music in Motion show.  Britt's was also the featured food vendor in Winter Wonderland.

Universal Studios* provided movie posters, caps and T-shirts for Magnificent Movie Music concert patrons, and permission to display the bicycle chase scene from E.T. while the band performed the score.

Regency Ballroom* professionally choreographed and performed two waltzes for A Night in Vienna, to show the musicality and grace of the Vienna genre of waltz.

Chevron*, in addition to being a significant financial supporter of the band, also purchased battery-operated stand lights for us that we use for all our evening and outdoor shows.

Sunset Floors* provided the dance floor for our Viennese waltzes so that the dancers had an optimal surface for their grand steps and twisting movements.

Chef Hannes provided the decorative ideas for the Viennese town square for our A Night in Vienna show, including the wurselstands, and specially prepared the cuisine for Vienna and the enchanted forest.

Jason Sluyter* was our very convincing Mozart, coming in full costume for A Night in Vienna and entertaining and educating the audience about the Viennese music the band was performing.