South Florida Symphony Orchestra will debut a new arts recognition program at its twenty-fifth anniversary charity gala, set for March 29, at Broward Center for the Performing Arts. The program, dubbed Sound of Success, will celebrate arts and culture advocates who champion musical creativity and innovation. The gala, benefiting South Florida Symphony’s artistic, community engagement, and education initiatives, will feature dinner and an intimate concert by Grammy Award-winning cellist Zuill Bailey.
“South Florida Symphony Orchestra is excited to begin a new tradition with Sound of Success, an annual awards program honoring exceptional individuals who preserve, promote, and cultivate interest in the arts in our region,” said Jacqueline Lorber, president and CEO of South Florida Symphony Orchestra. “We are grateful to these visionary and persevering supporters who further our mission to create transformative musical experiences for audiences of all ages and we look forward to celebrating them together with our most ardent benefactors. This year’s honorees were selected for their immense leadership, contributions, and support during the Symphony’s history.”
The inaugural Sound of Success honorees from Fort Lauderdale and Miami are John Evans, Jackie Grimm, Jerry Laskey, Phillip Dunlap, Charles Lane, Beth Holland, Don D’Arminio, Marc Martorana, Mark Turner, Chuck Nicholls, and Brenton Ver Ploeg.
Tickets for South Florida Symphony Orchestra’s Twenty-Fifth Gala start at $300 per person and include the Champagne reception, multi-course dinner, concert, dessert reception, and complimentary valet parking. Tables of 10 start at $3,000 and include prime gala seating. Additional ticket packages are available by calling (954) 522-8445 or here.