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Beethoven & A Little Bubbly

Date/Time

Oct 5, 2013

Description

The Stamford Symphony invites you for Beethoven & A Little Bubbly, a Dinner and Opening Night performance to benefit the Stamford Symphony. The celebration will take place at the Palace Theatre, on Saturday, October 5th at 5:30pm.

The evening will begin with cocktails (bubbly!) and dinner, followed by the Stamford Symphony’s All-Beethoven Opening Night concert. The evening concludes with more bubbly at a post-concert dessert reception.

Being honored is Steven C. Parrish, a member and former chairman of the Symphony’s Board of Directors. Mr. Parrish will be presented with the prestigious Conductor’s Baton Award on stage at the Palace Theatre by Stamford Symphony Music Director, Eckart Preu.

For tickets, sponsorship and advertising information, please call (203) 325-1407 ext. 10 or e-mail office@stamfordsymphony.org

Cost

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Location

View map Stamford Palace Theater
61 Atlantic Street
Stamford, CT

Additional Information

Sponsor

Stamford Symphony

Phone

(203) 325-1407 x14

Contact name

Gina Ely

Contact email

Gely@stamfordsymphony.org

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