The Belle Voci singers will showcase their talents at the Chilliwack Symphony Orchestra and Chorus’ annual fundraising gala dinner on February 18 at the Coast Chilliwack Hotel.

Fundraising gala helps bring music to life – all year long

Chilliwack Symphony Orchestra and Chorus presents their annual fundraising gala dinner on February 18.

Chilliwack Symphony Orchestra and Chorus  presents their annual fundraising gala dinner on February 18th 2012 at the Coast Chilliwack Hotel. This elegant evening commemorates the 100th anniversary of the maiden voyage of the Titanic. The exquisite menu is a replica of a first class dinner served on that beautiful ship.The evening’s entertainment will showcase the talents of the CSO, Belle Voci singers and guest soloists Caroline Davies and Jonathan Michel.   During the cocktail hour, you will hear the dulcet tones of the symphony’s gorgeous concert harp played by resident harpist JoAnne Hankey.

It is a successful tradition for the CSO and Chorus to auction off a dinner for eight, prepared for you by music director Paula DeWit and friends. This year the CSO is accepting pre-bids via email.Please send your pre-bid to info@chilliwacksymphony.ca by February 15.

At press release time the organization is still accepting items for the silent auction.

This event raises thousands of dollars to assist the CSO organization in continuing their popular programming.

Your gift does make a huge difference, members say.  The Chilliwack Symphony Orchestra and Chorus  has set the standard for presenting high quality concerts that showcase the talents of our dedicated performers of all ages; giving the people of the Fraser Valley an eclectic variety of pieces that are highly entertaining and inspirational.

Your attendance makes a difference and brings music to life.

Tickets are $75 ($40. income tax receipt) and are available at the Chilliwack Progress, emailing  info@chilliwacksymphony.ca or calling 604-795-0521.

Chilliwack Symphony Orchestra and Chorus presents their annual fundraising gala Saturday February 18 . Reception at 6 pm Dinner served at 7 pm

The Coast Chilliwack Hotel

Music provided by members of the Chilliwack Symphony Orchestra & Chorus

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