What’s in Store for The Season Opener

The South Florida Symphony 2015-16 Masterworks Concert Series will be starting in a few 3rdGardenParty_copy1weeks, and I am sure that many of you already have your season passes purchased. For those who are interested in mingling with other Symphony aficionados, you will have the opportunity to do that very soon, all while supporting the Symphony with your donations.

All those who are fans of the South Florida Symphony are cordially invited to the third annual Garden Party, hosted at the 3rdGardenParty_copy2residence of Marc Martorana and Don D’Arminio (328 NE 20th St., Wilton Manors). Gather at their home on Sunday October 25 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., where there will be a brunch served as well as open bar. There will be live music presented to the attendees as an added bonus. This garden party will be presented with the assistance of PNC Wealth Management.

Marc, Don and the South Florida Symphony ask that attendees come dressed in the “garden chic” style. Tickets are $50 per person and can be bought by going online to southfloridasymphony.org, or by calling the Symphony directly at (954) 522-8445. Reservations and space are limited as this is a private residence, so be sure to reserve your spot early.

This garden party benefit comes three weeks before the 2015-16 Masterworks Concert Series begins with “And the Tony Goes To…” from November 14-16. Some of your favorite songs from the Great White Way are sure to be immortalized by the Symphony. There will be performances in Key West, Boca Raton and Fort Lauderdale.

To learn more about the South Florida Symphony Orchestra, please visit southfloridasymphony.org. Follow them on social media as well by going to facebook.com/southfloridasymphony, twitter.com/SFL_Symphony, and youtube.com/southfloridasymphony.