PRO-MOZART GALA NOEL - 2013
The Pro-Mozart Society of Atlanta invites anyone interested in classical music - and, particularly, the works of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - to its 29th Holiday Gala, Saturday, December 7, from 6:30 to 10 p.m. The black-tie-optional fundraising event, which supports the organization's scholarship fund, includes a sit-down dinner, a live concert and a silent auction.
In addition to raising scholarship funds, this year's event will also
honor David White, Artistic Director and Conductor of the
Georgia Boy Choir for his contributions to classical music. The Georgia Boy Choir will provide the evening's entertainment, singing songs of the season, including, of course, a little Mozart.
The Honorary Chair of Saturday's event is The Woodruff Arts Center which will be represented for the evening by Virginia Hepner, its President & CEO. Plus, a Special Guest will be WABE's Lois Reitzes; WABE   is of course Atlanta's NPR Station.
"We are excited to again gather for the Holiday Gala, with both long-time members and new friends," says Pro-Mozart Atlanta President Kevin Pritchett. "It's a wonderful opportunity - in addition to raising funds for our unprecedented scholarship - to honor people and organizations who contribute to our city, state and region's musical landscape. I am grateful that the Georgia Boy Choir's David White and the Woodruff Arts Center are allowing us to honor them in this small way. And to have a special guest like Lois Reitzes join us for the evening rounds things out so well."
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tickets for the gala through the Pro-Mozart secure online system. You do not have to be a Pro-Mozart member to purchase tickets or attend the event, but you will be asked to register in order to complete a secure ticket purchase transaction. Member tickets are $125 each, and non-member tickets are $145 each. Parents of Georgia Boy Choir members will receive the member ticket price.
In addition to holding at least five concerts annually, Pro-Mozart Atlanta helps classical musicians improve their skills by providing scholarships. The organization's scholarships are awarded to talented and deserving classical musicians who might otherwise not have the means or the opportunity to study with the exceptional instructors that are available at the prestigious Mozarteum Academy in Salzburg, Austria.
For offline tickets to the gala, further information or to donate a silent-auction item, please contact Pro-Mozart President Kevin Pritchett, 404-667-4700 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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