Young Friends of the Palm Beach Symphony Come Together for Final Soiree of Season at Eau Palm Beach

Young professionals enjoyed an oceanside celebration and student chamber ensemble

Palm Beach, Fla. (April 13, 2016) – The Young Friends of the Palm Beach Symphony gathered for its last soiree of the season at the highly acclaimed Florida resort, Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa, on Wednesday, April 6, 2016. Over 60 young professionals came together for cocktails and hors d’oeuvres at the all-new oceanside restaurant, Breeze Ocean Kitchen, and also enjoyed a chamber ensemble by the Palm Beach Public Strings, a strings music program for local elementary school students to learn free of charge. Proceeds from the Young Friends group benefit the Symphony’s educational outreach efforts in the community such as the Palm Beach Public Strings group.

Todd Barron, YFPBS vice-chair, thanked guests for attending and for a wonderful season of growth, new friends, and a new purpose. “We are extremely proud of all the group has accomplished in two years, and excited to continue to engage the Young Friends and music students throughout Palm Beach County,” said Barron. “We want to thank all of our Young Friends for being actively involved and supporting our mission of music education in the community,” said Barron.

The Young Friends of the Palm Beach Symphony (YFPBS) brings together young professionals and symphony enthusiasts in fun and energetic settings. Members enjoy exclusive events including socials, educational events and networking opportunities along with discounted tickets to symphony performances and advance ticket ordering. The group is also committed to supporting the Symphony’s mission to create opportunities for music education in the community through children’s concerts, artist in residence instruction, instrumental needs and music library needs. For more information about the Young Friends of the Palm Beach Symphony, visit http://palmbeachsymphony.org/youngfriends/.

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