Rochester Symphony Orchestra Guild hosts Dave Bennett Quartet

Rochester Symphony Orchestra hosts Dave Bennett Quartet

The Rochester Symphony Guild will host Taste & Tunes, a fundraising event, Saturday, Nov. 9, featuring the renown Dave Bennett Quartet.

The evening begins at 6:30 pm with cocktails (cash bar), followed by a gourmet dinner, musical entertainment, and a silent auction featuring gift certificates for hotels, restaurants, concerts, home décor, jewelry, themed baskets and more.

The Dave Bennett Quartet provides the evening’s entertainment. This in-demand group of musicians features the multi-instrument phenomenon and vocalist Dave Bennett. The clarinet virtuoso also plays electric guitar, piano and drums. The quartet enthralls audiences throughout the country with music from the Swing era, country, rock, pop and jazz.

Attire for the evening is dressy. Taste & Tunes will take place at Great Oaks Country Club, located at 777 Great Oaks Blvd in Rochester. Cost is $75 a person.

To RSVP for the event, call 248.224.7660 by Oct. 26. Tickets are going fast for this benefit for the Rochester Symphony Orchestra so reserve your seat now.

The Rochester Symphony Guild promotes and supports the artistic endeavors of the RSO and provides financial support with fundraising events throughout the season.

Upcoming concerts with the RSO include:

  • Winter Wonderland: Dec. 13
  • Chamber Orchestra Concert: March 15, 2020
  • Spring Concert: May 15, 2020

For a schedule of all RSO concerts for the upcoming season, visit RochesterSymphony.com.

Throughout the year, RSO features concerts by noted guest artists and soloists as well as educational and outreach programs in the community, including the annual Young Artist Competition, which the orchestra has held since 1982.

The mission of the Rochester Symphony Orchestra is to enrich the cultural experiences available in the Greater Rochester area through excellence in symphonic music.

 

 

 

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