Tickets: There are no paper tickets needed for the gala; check-in will be by name
Attire: Semi-formal or cocktail attire
Live music by guitarist Craig Perry
SF Civic Music String Quartet
Dvořák – String Quartet No. 5 in F minor, Op. 9
II. Andante con moto quasi allegretto
Keynote Speaker: Michael Morgan, Oakland Symphony
Auctions and Paddle Raise
This year's live and silent auction items feature a variety of unique Bay Area experiences and goods, including:
- Fireboat Bay Tour
- Collector's Case of Vintage Red Wine
- Carvalho Family Winery Tour and Tasting
- Gift Certificate to Roland Feller Violin Makers
- SF Opera Tickets
- Coffee and Studio Tour with KQED's Staff Arts Reporters
- A variety of lasercut jewelry and homeware goods by Molly M Designs
100% of auction proceeds help to sustain SF Civic Music. As a volunteer-run nonprofit organization, we rely on the support of generous donors like you to keep concerts free for the community and playing opportunities accessible for our musicians.
For a detailed list of live and silent auction items, visit sfcivicmusic.org/auction.
Transit & Parking
The San Francisco Civic Music Association is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with Federal Tax ID number 94-3311973. All donations are tax deductible to the full extent of the law. The fair market value of an individual gala ticket is $75. Please retain a copy of this receipt for your records and consult your tax advisor for specific advice on the tax deductibility of your gifts.
Correction: Earlier receipts mistakenly indicated that $75 per ticket is tax-deductible. The fair market value of each individual gala ticket is $75; the tax-deductible portion is $25 per individual if purchased at the Early Bird rate and $50 per individual if purchased at the Regular rate.
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