PALM BEACH, FL (July 6, 2015) – A spectacular firework show with views from several stories high in Trump Plaza was reason enough to bring Palm Beach Symphony supporters together out of season for a summer celebration. Complete with classical patriotic background music and classic American burgers and dogs, Symphony board president, Dale McNulty, and his wife, Marietta, hosted a festive affair to show appreciation to some of the Symphony’s major contributors.
“As support for the Palm Beach Symphony grows, we thought that Independence Day was the perfect opportunity to hold a first ever Symphony summer event to keep our donors engaged and to express our gratitude for a successful season past,” said McNulty. “Our members enjoy great camaraderie at our five concerts and numerous social events during the Palm Beach season. This occasion was a perfect chance to extend that fellowship throughout the year.”
Guests enjoying the bird’s eye view of “4th on Flagler” included Leslie Blum, John Herrick, Arlette Gordon, Karin and John Strasswimmer, Marguerite Rosner, Lurana Campanaro and Jose Figueroa, Candide Booth and Harry Tawfik, Moneca Kaufmann and Leonardo Karalis, Bernadine Rand-Mileti and Nick Mileti, Mary and Don Thompson, Heather McNulty Wyser-Pratte, Mercedes Cassidy, Trudy Brekus, Jacquie Klein, Brian Sims, Peggy and Bill Johnson, Michele and Anthony Fleming, Margarita I. Muiña, Margarita P. Muiña, Al Caminas-Muiña and Doris Hastings.
About the Palm Beach Symphony: Founded in 1974, the mission of the Palm Beach Symphony is to engage, educate and entertain the greater community of the Palm Beaches through live performances of inspiring orchestral music. The Symphony performs in a variety of historically important venues including Henry Morrison Flagler Museum, Mar-a-Lago and The Society of the Four Arts.