Palm Beach Symphony Members Dine with Maestro and Musicians at Season’s first Apres Concert Dinner

PALM BEACH, FL (December 5, 2014) – Members of the Palm Beach Symphony carried the spirit of the Season’s first concert, “Serenading Chopin,” at the Society of the Four Arts to Palm Beach’s Café Boulud for an exclusive après dinner with the Maestro, principal musicians and renowned Chopin guest piano soloist, Agustin Anievas.

The Symphony’s growing membership offers classical music enthusiasts the opportunity to experience a series of five world-class performances along with five member-only dinners in some of Palm Beach’s most lavish and historic venues. Memberships are offered at a variety of levels and may include elite social events such as a luxury yacht dinner cruise and a European concert followed by dinner with the Maestro.

“While supporting the classical art form in the community, our membership program offers something for everyone who enjoys orchestra and fellowship with others who appreciate the same musical culture,” said Palm Beach Symphony’s Executive Director, David McClymont. “Friends of the Symphony are telling other friends and the community is learning about this unique way to experience music and camaraderie during the Palm Beach social season.”

Members at the season’s first après dinner included Bernadene and Nick Mileti, Patricia and Howard Lester, Ann and Baxter Webb, David Schafer, Leslie Rose, Dale and Marietta McNulty, Jacquie and Link Klein, Elaine Kay, Arlette Gordon, Leslie Rogers Blum, Janie Grace, Marianne and Ron Davidson, Renate Mierins, Christa Kramer, Stephanie Lefes, Anka Palitz, Elizabeth Bowden, Sigrid and Hans Baumann, plus many others.

The series continues into the New Year with a concert at Palm Beach Atlantic University’s DeSantis Family Chapel on January 5th followed by a member dinner at Club Colette, Palm Beach, and on January 28th at Mar-a-Lago Club with a Café L’Europe après. For more information on tickets and membership opportunities, please contact the Palm Beach Symphony at 561.655.2657 or


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.


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