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Palm Beach Symphony Holds Party

Rain or shine, this July 4 party still was booming, despite potential threats of ugly weather.

Held at the Trump Plaza, where symphony president Dale McNulty and his wife, Marietta residethe Palm Beach Symphony held their midsummer party. According to Palm Beach Daily News, there was an “all American” style fest with cocktails and a July 4 favorite, hot dogs. Regardless of rain or shine, fireworks worked as the perfect accent to this American style party.

Playing American style music, Dreyfoos School of The Arts pianist, Devan Delgado, performed for the party audience during this patriotic party. His performance added to the atmosphere, paired with fireworks and excitement during this festive holiday.

According to Palm Beach Daily News, this was McNulty’s way of “thanking” donors during the “off-season” of the symphony.

Palm Beach Symphony Holds Party

The Palm Beach Symphony has various shows, mostly during season time. Some of the upcoming events to look forward to are “Symphonic Tales” and “Enchanting Moments.”

“Symphonic Tales” will occur on December 2 at 3 pm. This event will showcase various orchestra pieces, one including the famous, Tchaikovsky “Suite from Sleeping Beauty.” This event runs for about an hour and 30 minutes, according to the Palm Beach Symphony website. The conductor is Ramón Tebar. This event will be performed at the Kravis Center.

“Enchanting Moments” will occur January 10 at 8 pm. Guest performer SooBeen Lee will be conducted by Ramón Tebar. This also run for about an hour and 30 minutes. This event will be performed at the Benjamin Hall on 4875 Grandiflora Road, which is in Palm Beach Gardens.

Tickets for both events start at $35 and you can purchase them and inquire more at the box office number, 561-281- 0145. Valet parking is offered, there may be certain fees that apply to different events.

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Make sure to check out the symphony website for even more events that will be happening in the near future.

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