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 SF Civic Music musicians
Strolling Dinner featuring multiple cuisine themes
Welcoming Remarks from Ayako Onoda, Board President
Keynote Speaker: Robert Howard, Music Director of SF Civic Strings
Auctions and Paddle Raise (with up to $20,000 matched by a generous anonymous donor!)
This year's live and silent auction items feature a variety of unique Bay Area experiences and goods, including:
A private cruise on a unique 1920s yacht for up to 30 guests
A vacation rental at a relaxing 5-bedroom Bodega Bay retreat
The opportunity to conduct a piece with the Mozart to Mendelssohn orchestra this July
A 4-course cooking class for 10 hosted by Chef Charles Vollmar of Epicurean Exchange
Private tasting at the Carvalho Family Winery
4 General admission guest passes to the Legion of Honor or de Young museum
Gift Certificate to Roland Feller Violin Makers
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.
More details available on our Auction page.
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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.
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