About the society

New York City’s standard for grand choral performance

The Oratorio Society of New York (OSNY) is one of the oldest musical organizations in the United States and has become New York City’s standard for grand choral performance. Founded in 1873 by Leopold Damrosch, the Society has played an integral role in the musical life of the city.  In its early years, the Society established a fund to finance the building of a new concert hall, a cause taken up in earnest by the Society’s fifth president, Andrew Carnegie. In 1891, and under the direction of Pyotr Tchaikovsky, the Society helped inaugurate this new Music Hall, which would be renamed Carnegie Hall several years later.

The Society continues to perform several times each season at Carnegie Hall. Its annual performances of Handel’s Messiah, a tradition unbroken since 1874, have become a holiday favorite with New York audiences. In additional to its collaborations with the New York Philharmonic and New York City Ballet, as well as other performing arts institutions, the Society performs internationally every few years – including recent concerts in Japan, Uruguay, Germany, Italy, and Brazil. 

The Society is also committed to commissioning and championing new works, including most recently Pulitzer prize-winning composer, Paul Moravec’s Sanctuary Road, recording available from Naxos Records.

The OSNY membership consists of amateur and professionally trained singers as well as non-singing members.  Auditions are held twice annually at the beginning of the fall and winter terms.  OSNY is a not-for-profit 501c3 corporation governed by a volunteer board of directors with a professional music staff.

If you are interested in auditioning for OSNY, please email auditions@osny.org

Soprano

Anne-Marie J. Audet
Micheline Beaudry
Christina Tofani Bentz
Elizabeth Berwick
Charlotte Blacklock
Elaine Boxer
Dorothea Brady
Patricia Ann Bruck
Lisa Cecchini
Marie A. Colella
Catherine Corkill
Emma Crone
Julie Cropper
Elizabeth Crowe
Ellen Davidson
Alexandra Deis-Lauby
Teresa DeVera
Deborah DiTaranto
Catherine Doll
Stephanie Dunbar
Marguerite Duprieu
Clara Eizayaga
Margaret Ewing
Michiyo Fisher
Melendy Forman
Gretchen Fredericksen
Kate Gerlach
Adrienne Giardiniere
Jennifer Giuffre
Rachel Goldstein
Karen Hartman
Jennifer Herring
Patricia Hopkins
Theresa Hubbard
Helen Jackson
Rebecca Jovin
Ellen Keleman
Suky K. Kwak
Danielle Libatique
Shea Scanlon Lomma
Phyllis Lusskin
Sandy MacDonald
Jenn Mancini
Annika Many
Hannah Margolies
Meghan Marks
Holly McCracken
Audrey Nicholson
Julie Nocco
Hiroko Okamoto
Amelia Pacht
Marianne S. Percival
Silvia Pillitteri
Carly Porter
Erin Riesebieter
Jennifer L. Ritter
Natasha Roemer
Anne Sandberg
Colony Elliott Santangelo
Deirdre O. Schell
Sarah Siegel
Elizabeth Simpson
Bente Strong
Glenda Strother
Susan Stumer
Shereen Taylor-Berger
Joanna (Fern) Thomas
Pamela Vreeland
Christine Wahlquist
Lisa Waterworth
Sharon Webb
Maggie Wells
Regan Winter
Margaret Woolums*
Joanne Wosahla
Margaret Young

Alto

Linda Amster
Sarah Arena
Barbara Barnes
Elaine J. Bergman
Greta Berman
Shirley Virginia Beyah
Carol Bramble
Mary Braunsdorf
Susan Brown
Mady Buchbinder
Tiffani Burgess
Claire Carroll
Tanen Clark
Nancy Cline
Yona M. Corn
Marjorie Crandell
Judy Crane
Mariana Eizayaga
Vera Finkemeier
Lesleigh Forsyth
Leah Ginsky
Tina Gonzalez
Alfreda Haaland
Barbara Harrington
Martha Hess
Laura Hogan
Anita Jegarl
Anne Kemper
Mary Kevlin
Claudia Kim
Carmela King
Allison LaFleur
Rebecca Lehmann-Sprouse
Ellyn Leverone
Elizabeth Levine
Florence C. Long
Robin Ludwig
Amanda MacDonald
Hilary Maddux
Karen McCahill
Carol McMillan
Susan Mendelsohn
Kristin Moore
Leslie Moser
Jei Fabiano Osorio
Anne Paxton
DiAnn K. Pierce
Gretchen Pingel
Janet Plucknett
Tracy Pogue
Elke D. Raskob
Rebecca Rendsburg
Lita Robinson
Rumiko Saiki
Susan Smodish
Masayo Sonoda
Emily Stephan
Callison Stratton
Kate Sullivan
Carole Swaim
Hannah Tantri
Eleanor T. Tewlow
Terry L. Tolk
Elizabeth Turner
Mary Vaughn
Laura Vecchione
Brittney Wetzel
Gisela White
Judith E. Williams
Karin Wiseman
Michele Wolfson
Elana L. Yeger
Stella Zawistowski

Tenor

Joseph Bookmyer
Ronnie Castillo
Robert Conley
Ryan Crowe
William Doll
Susan H. Dramm
James A. Finder
Brian Horwath
Susan Kern
Paul J. Kim
Karl Lauby
Blaise Leskowsky
Gilles Leskowsky
Ioseph Leskowsky
Wandrille Leskowsky
Jesse Liu
Nicholas Lobenthal
Gregory Manz
Tom McNeill
Richard A. Pace
Levi Tarrant Pratt*
Peter Rao
Douglas Riccardi
David Robb
Pedro Sequera*
Charles Stewart, III
José A. Tobar, Jr.
Oscar Vallejo

Bass

Gyasi N. Barber
Neil G. Bennett
Jay Benzon
Benoit Challand
Robert Coyne
David DePugh
Simon Dratfield
Tim Dwight
Jethro Eisenstein
Felix Fernandez-Penny
Bill Forsyth
Matt Fremont-Smith
Alec Galambos*
Paul Greene-Davis*
Doug Harrison
Jonathan Havel
Arthur H. Hopkirk
Peter Howland
Kyle Jacobs
Ted Kuck
Sanford Leff
Godric Leskowsky
Alex Lotocki de Veligost
Alejandro Martinez-Casanova
John Matjucha
Oscar Maxwell
Ora McCreary
Alan Meltzer
Bruce Patrick
Hans-Christian Pfisterer
Richard Putter
Roger Rahtz
Nicholas Rao
Jean-Pierre Roussarie
Dov Scherzer
Gary Schieneman
Curtis Scott
Sam Servello
Robert Shattuck
Fred Smith
Ted Stamas
Daniel Tranchina
Evan Trost
Albert Watson

*Choral Artist

Kent Tritle

Kent Tritle is one of America’s leading choral conductors. Called “the brightest star in New York’s choral music world” by The New York Times, he is Director of Cathedral Music and Organist at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in New York City; Music Director of Musica Sacra, the longest continuously performing professional chorus in New York; and Music Director of the Oratorio Society of New York, the acclaimed 200-voice volunteer chorus.

In addition, Kent is Director of Choral Activities at the Manhattan School of Music and is a member of the graduate faculty of The Juilliard School. Also an acclaimed organ virtuoso, Kent Tritle is the organist of the New York Philharmonic and the American Symphony Orchestra and a member of the organ faculty of the Manhattan School of Music.

Among Kent’s recent notable performances: at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, Verdi’s Requiem, Mahler’s “Symphony of a Thousand,” and Britten’s War Requiem performed by the Oratorio Society of New York and the Symphony and Symphonic Chorus of the Manhattan School of Music; and with the Cathedral Choir, the New York premiere performance by the Cathedral Choir of Einojuhani Rautaavara’s Vigilia (called by Opera News “a choral concert for the ages”), and programs of early music in the Chapel of St. James. With Musica Sacra, world premieres of music by Juraj Filas, Michael Gilbertson, and Robert Paterson and an acclaimed performance of Rachmaninoff’s All-Night Vigil. And with the Oratorio Society of New York, the world premieres of the Paul Moravec/Mark Campbell oratorio Sanctuary Road and Juraj Filas’s Song of Solomon, and performances of Moravec’s The Blizzard Voices and Songs of Love and War, Filas’s Requiem “Oratio Spei,” and Mozart’s arrangement of Handel’s Messiah.

Kent has created high-profile collaborations for his groups with other major players in the New York music scene, directing the Manhattan School of Music Symphonic Chorus for performances of Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 with the New York Philharmonic led by Alan Gilbert; Musica Sacra for the New York Philharmonic’s live score performances of 2001: A Space Odyssey, also led by Gilbert, and Close Encounters of the Third Kind; and the Oratorio Society of New York for Beethoven’s Missa Solemnis with the Orchestra of St. Luke’s led by Sir Roger Norrington, and Carnegie Hall’s 125th Anniversary Gala. He also led the “Mass Appeal Mass” of the “Make Music New York” festival for three years, including the 2012 premiere of a work by Philip Glass in Times Square.

As part of his work as Director of Choral Activities at the Manhattan School of Music, Kent Tritle established the school’s first doctoral program in choral conducting.  Tritle is also renowned as a master clinician, giving workshops on conducting and repertoire; in 2017 he made his fourth appearance as a featured conductor at Berkshire Choral International, leading Mahler’s “Symphony of a Thousand,” and he leads annual choral workshops at the Amherst Early Music Festival. Recent years have included workshops at Summer@Eastman and at the Sibelius Academy in Helsinki. In 2013, Kent was the chorus director of the Carnegie Hall National High School Choral Festival, preparing three choruses from high schools across the country in Mozart’s Requiem. A Juilliard School faculty member since 1996, he currently directs a graduate practicum on oratorio in collaboration with the school’s Vocal Arts Department.

In more than 150 concerts presented by the Sacred Music in a Sacred Space series from 1989 to 2011, Kent Tritle conducted the Choir and Orchestra of St. Ignatius Loyola in a broad repertoire of sacred works, from Renaissance masses and oratorio masterworks to premieres by notable living composers, earning praise for building the choir and the concert series into one of the highlights of the New York concert scene.  From 1996 to 2004, Tritle was Music Director of the Emmy-nominated Dessoff Choirs. Kent hosted “The Choral Mix with Kent Tritle,” a weekly program devoted to the vibrant world of choral music, on New York’s WQXR from 2010 to 2014.

As an organ recitalist, Kent Tritle performs regularly in Europe and across the United States; recital venues have included the Leipzig Gewandhaus, the Zurich Tonhalle, the Church of St. Sulpice in Paris, Dresden’s Hofkirche, King’s College at Cambridge, Westminster Abbey, and St. Vitus Cathedral in Prague.  With the Philharmonic he has performed Saint-Saëns’s Organ Symphony conducted by Lorin Maazel, Andrew Davis, Antonio Pappano, and David Robertson, and recorded Brahms’s Ein Deutsches Requiem, Britten’s War Requiem and Henze’s Symphony No. 9, all conducted by Kurt Masur, as well as the Grammy-nominated Sweeney Todd conducted by Andrew Litton. He is featured on the DVDs The Organistas and Creating the Stradivarius of Organs.

Kent Tritle’s discography features more than 20 recordings on the Telarc, Naxos, AMDG, Epiphany, Gothic, VAI and MSR Classics labels. Recent releases, including the 2018 world premiere performance of the Paul Moravec/Mark Campbell oratorio Sanctuary Road with the Oratorio Society of New York; the 2016 performance of Mahler’s Symphony No. 8, David Briggs’s organ-choral version, and Eternal Reflections: Choral Music of Robert Paterson with Musica Sacra, have been praised by NPR Music, Gramophone, and The American Organist.

Kent is the 2020 recipient of Chorus America’s Michael Korn Founders Award for Development of the Professional Choral Art. Other recent honors include the 2017 Distinguished Achievement Award from Career Bridges and the 2016 President’s Medal for Distinguished Service from the Manhattan School of Music. Kent is on the advisory boards of the Choral Composer/Conductor Collective (C4) and the Clarion Music Society, and was the 2016 honoree at Clarion’s annual gala.

Kent Tritle holds graduate and undergraduate degrees from The Juilliard School in organ performance and choral conducting. He has been featured on ABC World News Tonight, National Public Radio, and Minnesota Public Radio, as well as in The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal. He was featured in Episode 6 of the first season of the WIRED video series “Masterminds,” an installment titled, “What Conductors Are Really Doing.”

www.kenttritle.com

Updated 9/2020

David Rosenmeyer

ASSOCIATE CONDUCTOR

David Rosenmeyer is celebrating his tenth season as the Oratorio Society’s Associate Conductor and has conducted the Society’s Carnegie Hall performances of Stravinsky’s Mass (2007), the Cantique de Jean Racine (2008), Britten’s Te Deum in C (2010), and the chamber orchestra in Britten’s War Requiem (2013). He is also Music Director of the Fairfield County Chorale, which he led earlier this season in a performance of Beethoven’s Ninth with the New Haven Symphony Orchestra. In addition, he serves on the Mannes conducting staff and as a conductor and vocal coach with the International Vocal Arts Institute in Tel Aviv.
Mr. Rosenmeyer began his conducting career as the guest conductor of major orchestras throughout South America, including the Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional of Argentina, Orquesta Sinfónica de Concepción of Chile, the Orchestra do Festival do Curitiba of Brazil, and the Orchestra of the Teatro Colon in Buenos Aires. He has also conducted the Israeli Chamber Orchestra as well as orchestras in Hungary, Italy, and Brazil.
In 2009 he made his debut with the Bellas Opera Company of Mexico leading a staged gala as part of the Cervantino Festival in Guanajuato. He rejoined Bellas Opera in summer 2010 to conduct the finals gala of the Morelli Opera Competition. Mr. Rosenmeyer is also Music Director of the Salzburg Marionette Theater’s production of The Sound of Music.
Born in Argentina, David Rosenmeyer began his studies in Israel where he spent much of his childhood. After returning to Argentina, he studied choral conducting at the J. J. Castro Conservatory of Music and orchestra conducting at the UCA. He holds a Master’s degree in conducting and music theory from the Mannes College of Music and is a recipient of the Felix Salzer Award and a grant from the Joyce Dutka Foundation.

William Janiszewski

ASSISTANT CONDUCTOR

William (Billy) Janiszewski is a director, teacher, and songwriter. In 2014, he founded Tapestry, a not-for-profit choir, and serves as its Artistic Director. Since its inception, Tapestry has earned praise for being a sensitive, artistic ensemble and has had a number of notable performances, including ballet performances at the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, the Joyce Theater, and a performance with the internationally known Australian Voices. In addition, Mr. Janiszewski serves as the Program and Music Director of Basilica Voices, a children’s choir established at the Basilica of Saint Patrick’s Old Cathedral. He has served as director for the Columbia University Glee Club, conductor and singer in C4: The Choral Composer Conductor Collective, and Assistant Director of the Vernon Chorale in Vernon, Connecticut. As a teacher, Billy Janiszewski has instructed choir, music theory, songwriting, and guitar at Highbridge Voices, Sacred Heart School in the Bronx, and the Cape Music Institute in Cape Town, South Africa. He holds degrees in voice and music education from the University of Connecticut and is studying for a Master of Music in Choral Conducting at the Manhattan School of Music.

David Ralph

ACCOMPANIST

Accompanist David Ralph has appeared as piano and organ soloist in most of New York City’s major concert halls and has toured the United States and Canada as accompanist for professional vocal groups including the Robert DeCormier Singers and the Dusing Singers. He has accompanied such artists as soprano Eleanor Steber and cellist Yo-Yo Ma, and was rehearsal accompanist for the Spirituals concert starring Kathleen Battle and Jessye Norman at Carnegie Hall as well as for the Carnegie Hall Christmas Gala featuring Kathleen Battle, Frederica von Stade, Wynton Marsalis, and André Previn.

Mr. Ralph is also accompanist for the New York Choral Society. He has recorded for numerous record labels including Arabesque, Newport Classic, Sine Qua Non, Book-of-the-Month, Musical Heritage, Greenhays, Albany, and Centaur in styles ranging from classical to folk, gospel, and pop. He is a graduate of the Cleveland Institute of Music.

Board of directors

Robert ConleyPresident
Richard A. Pace Chairman
Marie Gangemi Vice President
Janet Plucknett Vice President
Elke D. Raskob Vice President
Elizabeth Simpson Vice President
Alan Meltzer Treasurer
Jay Jacobson Secretary
Gyasi N. Barber Director
Deborah Bradley-Kramer Director
Katherine S. Cahill Director
Timothy Dwight Director
Evan Fein Director
Erin Flannery Director
William Forsyth Director
Angel Gardner Director
Tina Gonzalez Director
Doug Harrison Director
Jennifer Herring Director
Claudia Huter Director
Robin Ludwig Director
Katrin K. Naelapaa Director
Nicoe Sandretto Director
Deirdre O. Schell Director
Gary Schieneman Director
Oscar Vallejo Director
Mary Vaughn Director
Albert Watson Director
Kathleen Flaherty Director Emerita
Catherine M. Green Director Emerita
Mary-Jo Knight Director Emerita
Lawrence Madison Director Emeritus

committee chairs

Executive  Richard Pace
Nominating  Elke Raskob
Audit & Compliance  Robert Conley
Development  Robin Ludwig
Education  Albert Watson
Solo Competition  Janet Pluknet
Music  Evan Fein
Marketing  Tim Dwight
International Travel Oscar Vallejo 
Finance  Alan Meltzer
Investment  William Forsyth 
Auction  Mary Vaughn

Corporate & Foundation

The Elizabeth Fernald Allen Family Foundation
AmazonSmile Foundation
The Casement Fund
eosProducts, LLC
Goldman, Sachs & Co.
Hudson Guild
The Kaplen Brothers Fund
Teitler & Teitler LLP
UBS AG
Weiler Family Fund

Golden Circle (Over $10,000)
Lawrence Madison
Susan Z. Mendelsohn
Richard & Lois Pace Charitable & Cultural Fund
Bruce Patrick
Denise Sobel
Joanne Abell Spellun

Silver Circle ($5,000 -$9,999)
Linda Amster
Katherine S. Cahill
Lee & Robert Dalzell
Susan H. Dramm
Bill & Lesleigh Forsyth
Kathleen Rogers & Rick Teller Fund

Benefactor ($1,000-$4,999)
Anne-Marie Audet
Henry Barkhorn
Gyasi N. Barber
Jay & Florence C. Benzon
Elizabeth Berwick
Gina Lombardi Bratter & Albert Watson
Robert Conley & Evan Fein
Tracy Corn
Joyce G. Ferguson
Matt Fremont-Smith
Joselyn Gonzalez & John Matjucha
Catherine M. Green
Doug Harrison
Jennifer Herring & Fernand Brunschwig
Martha Hess & Michael Dolinger in memory of Negeen Sai Tafazoli
Patricia Hopkins
Claudia & Steve Huter
Mary-Jo Knight & J. Michael Parish Charitable Fund
Ted & Joan Kuck
Suky K. Kwak
Allison LaFleur
Florence C. Long
Robin Ludwig
Grace Matubis
Richard Meyerson
DiAnn K. Pierce
David Robb
Elke & Casey Raskob
Barbara Saltzman in honor of Linda Amster
Nicole Sandretto
Deirdre and Christopher Schell
Dov Scherzer
Gary Schieneman & Susan B. Fisher
Susan Sigda & Alex Lotocki de Veligost
Susan Smodish
Shereen Taylor-Berger and Steven Berger
Terry Tolk
Kent Tritle in memory of Nancianne Parrella
Judith E. and Mary A. Vaughn Williams
Laura Vecchione & Daniel Tranchina
Ted Voelker
Walter Family Fund
Karin & Bob Wiseman
Michele and Michael Wolfson
Lynda Zweben-Howland & Peter Howland

In honor of the memory of
Charles Tolk, M.D.,
from the members of the Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Group of the Institute for Psychoanalytic Education

Patron ($250-$999)
Stephanie & Seth Alpert
Anonymous in honor of Mary Kevlin
Rhonda Barnat in honor of Julia Turner & Peter Oldham
Barbara Barnes
Marion Buchbinder
Lisa Cecchini
Kathleen Flaherty
Erin Flannery
Martha Fleischman
Stephen H. Gardner Fund in memory of Betsy Means
Haber Family Charitable Fund
Karen Hartman
Erin Hessman
Cynthia Hoffmann
Arthur H. Hopkirk
Mary Kevlin
Karl F. Lauby
Phyllis Lusskin
Karen McCahill
Carol McMillan
Diane & Alan Meltzer
Brian R. & Marianne S. Percival
Hans-Christian Pfisterer
Douglas Riccardi
Janet Plucknett
Bente Strong in memory of her mother Mette
Susan & Mark Stumer
Oscar & Christina Vallejo
Richard & Carol Seltzer in memory of Marilyn Walter
Shereen Taylor-Berger & Steve Berger
John & Christine Wahlquist
Albert Watson in memory of Betty Brummett
Sheila Wellington
Stella Zawistowski in honor of Julia Turner

Sponsor ($100-$249)
Blessing Agunwamba
Flora Bloom
Susan & Peter Brown
Bob & Leita Chalfin in memory of Charles Tolk
Laurie Cowan
Susan Drury in honor of Joanne Spellun
James A. Finder
Angel Gardner
William & Helen Garrison
Michael & Theresa Goldman
Gwendolyn Goodwin
William & Helen Garrison
Gary Himes
Laura Hogan
Saleem Kassum
Shea Scanlon Lomma
Eileen Lubars
Susan Madden in honor of Kent Tritle
Annika Many
Anne Maxwell
Florence C. Maynard
Claudia Mooij
Kelly Mooij
Katrin K. Naelapaa
Alexis Pace & Szu Burgess
Jennifer Ritter
Lisa & Gary Rodolitz in honor of Albert Watson
Elizabeth and Ernest Schwartz
Dr. & Mrs. Fred B. Smith
Eleanor Tewlow
Jennifer Wada
Felicia & Max Weiss in honor of Richard Pace
Susan Weiss
Dorothy Young

Associate ($25-$99)
Richard C. Barcham & Prema Samuel
Brenda Bauer
James Beach in honor of Richard Pace
Jeffrey Blustein
Katherine Brennan
Ellen Davidson
Susan Drake
Timothy Dwight
Nicole Eiseman
Marie Gangemi
Jay & Pat Jacobson
Alana Laudone
Stuart & Harriett Lerman
Robert & Ellyn Leverone in memory of Ludmilla Pagent
Maxim J. Losi
Holly McCracken
Carol Miles & Mario DeStefano in honor of DiAnn Pierce
John G. Miller
Rebecca Morgan
Colony Santangelo
Elizabeth Simpson
Ron Waitzman in memory of Irving Meltzer

The Woodside Circle

Named in memory of the Society’s long-time music director, the Lyndon Woodside Circle offers four levels of annual giving with a three-year commitment. Circle members are invited to special events throughout the season.

Maestro ($10,000 and above)
Lawrence Madison
Richard & Lois Pace Charitable & Cultural Fund
Bruce Patrick
Alan & Elaine Weiler
Elizabeth Fernald Allen Family Foundation

Virtuoso ($5,000-$9,999 annually)
The Amster/Meyerson Family
Susan H. Dramm
Bill & Lesleigh Forsyth
Susan Z. Mendelsohn
Joanne Abell Spellun

Grazioso ($3,000-$4,999 annually)
Katherine S. Cahill
Lee & Robert Dalzell
Mary-Jo Knight & J. Michael Parish Charitable Fund
Suky K. Kwak
Robin Ludwig in honor of Susan Kern
Judith E. and Mary A. Vaughn Williams
Walter Family Fund
Albert Watson
Michele and Michael Wolfson

Arioso ($1,500-$2,999 annually)
Anne-Marie Audet in memory of Jean-Marc Audet
Gyasi N. Barber
Jay & Florence C. Benzon
Elizabeth Berwick
Robert Conley & Evan Fein in honor of Robin Ludwig
Joselyn Gonzalez & John Matjucha
Doug Harrison
Jennifer Herring
Martha Hess & Michael Dolinger in memory of Negeen Sai Tafazoli
Patricia Hopkins
Claudia & Steve Huter
Patricia & Jay Jacobson
Allison LaFleur
Florence C. Long
Phyllis Lusskin
DiAnn K. Pierce
David Robb
Nicole Sandretto
Deirdre and Christopher Schell
Gary Schieneman & Susan B. Fisher
Susan Smodish
Shereen Taylor-Berger and Steven Berger
Terry Tolk
Laura Vecchione & Daniel Tranchina
Ted Voelker
Karin & Bob Wiseman
Lynda Zweben-Howland & Peter Howland

The Oratorio Society gratefully acknowledges the support and assistance of BNY Mellon.​​

AUCTION DONORS

Greta Berman
Greg Bernarducci
Seymour Bernstein
Joseph Bookmyer
Elaine Boxer
Gina Bratter & Albert Watson
Susan Brown
Mady Buchbinder
Katherine S. Cahill
Catherine Corkill & Stephen Dolnick
Lee & Robert Dalzell
Tim Dwight
Amir & Annabelle Farid
Evan Fein & Robert Conley
Lesleigh & Bill Forsyth
Alex Gjolaj
Barbara Harrington
Jennifer Herring & Fernand Brunschwig
Martha Hess & Michael Dolinger
Patricia Hopkins & Carl Zaskorski
Theresa Hubbard
Claudia Huter
Helen & Mark Jackson
Jay & Patricia Jacobson
Mary-Jo Knight & Michael Parish
Allison LaFleur
Karl Lauby & Alice Pifer
Sanford Leff
Ellyn Leverone
Jane Adams Levi
Joseph & Hallie Levie
Elizabeth Levine
Barbara Long
Robin Ludwig
Phyllis Lusskin
Lawrence Madison
Holly McCracken
Carol McMillan
Sixto Medina & Chris Gonzalez
Alan & Diane Meltzer
Susan Mendelsohn & Steve Karger
Kristin Moore
Katrin Naelapaa
The Neue Galerie
Helene Newman
O Live Brooklyn
Richard A. & Lois Pace
Hans-Christian Pfisterer
DiAnn K. Pierce
Lee Pierce
Janet Plucknett
Casey & Elke D. Raskob
Jennifer L. Ritter & Daniel Katz
Kir Rodriguez
David Rosenmeyer & Malen Dayen
Megan & Thomas Ryan
Rumiko & Hisao Saiki
Minako Saito
Nicole Sandretto
Colony Elliot Santangelo
Rober Shattuck & Carol Haber
Bente Strong
Shereen Taylor-Berger & Steve Berger
Kent Tritle
Julia Turner & Peter Oldham
Mary A. & Judith E. Vaughn Williams
Laura Vecchione & Daniel Tranchina
Sharon Webb
Joanne Wosahla
Stella Zawistowski
Lynda Zweben-Howland