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Queens Symphony Orchestra to hold 57th anniversary gala

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The Queens Symphony Orchestra will host its 2010 symphony gala May 8 at Terrace on the Park in Flushing Meadows Corona Park and an early bird special ends Friday.

The gala will celebrate the 57th anniversary of the founding of the symphony ´╗┐and all the offerings of the symphony. It will feature a cocktail reception, dinner and performances by Broadway stars and a live jazz group. The evening will also include a silent auction and raffle.

A highlight of the evening will be the presentation of the Queens Symphony Orchestra Award to City Comptroller John Liu for his dedicated service to the arts.

Potential attendees who RSVP and purchase tickets by Friday will have the opportunity to pay only $125 for their reservations. After that point, prices will increase.

Sponsorship and journal advertising opportunities are available as well.

To RSVP, either send an e-mail to Kate Oberjat at koberjat@queenssymphony.org or call the Queens Symphony Orchestra office at 718-326-4455, Ext. 19.

For more information, visit queenssymphony.org.

— Connor Adams Sheets

Updated 5:49 pm, October 10, 2011
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