Saturday, May 18 at Discovery World
Enjoy an evening in the company of friends, clients, and our performers. Classical music fans and first-timers will enjoy the lighthearted approach, the fabulous setting by the lake, an interactive orchestra performance and a great dinner. Our most elite audience of the year returns again and again.
Revel in Britten’s The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra, a celebration of instruments coming together in crashing harmony. As the orchestra explores the variations on a theme – “some tender, some slightly sardonic, some mysterious, some humorous, all charged with great originality and wit,” marvel at how different a melody sounds when played by brass or xylophone. From the smallest tweet to the majestic whole, the young at heart will explore why the number of musicians onstage changes and what those first chairs actually do aside from solos – all while sitting an arm’s breadth from the instruments.
TICKET & SPONSORSHIP COST:
Individual Ticket: $375 per person
Cocktail/Media Sponsor: $2,500; Includes 2 tickets to Soirée
Table Sponsor: $5,000; Includes table for 10 tickets to Soirée
Sponsor: $10,000; Includes table for 10 tickets to Soirée
Ticket price includes performance, dinner, drinks, concert, and valet parking. Event attendance is valued at $175 per person. The balance of your contribution is tax-deductible to the extent provided by law. Proceeds benefit the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra.
For more information or additional sponsorship opportunities, please contact Maggey Oplinger: firstname.lastname@example.org | 414.226.7810
George and Sallie Meyer
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5:30p on Saturday, May 18
The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra