You'll enjoy cocktails, multi-course gourmet dinner, featuring authentic, regional Italian cuisine and exceptional wines. $250 per person, including valet parking and open bar.
Carnevale A Musical Masked Ball
Saturday, February 11, 2012
Cocktails begin at 7 p.m.
Dinner & Dancing at 8 p.m.
Roanoke Ballroom at Hotel Roanoke
Roanoke Symphony Orchestra
David Stewart Wiley, conductor
Carnevale SponsorsR. M. Johnson & Sons Jewelers
American HealthCare, LLC
Blue Ridge Beverage
Dr. Christopher C. Baker and Lynne Pearo-Baker
Drs. Nancy and Kevin Dye
Betty and Ed Lesko
Member One Federal Credit Union
Lynn and Julien Meyer
Wendy and Bill Moore
Vivian and Clinton Morse
Elizabeth Pline and Thomas Brown
Woods Rogers PLC
World Travel Service
Decorations by Caroline LaRocca Event Design
Let us introduce you to the exciting plans for Carnevale: A Masked Musical Ball to be held at the Hotel Roanoke on February 11, 2012. It promises to be a spectacular evening for the Roanoke Symphony Orchestra and everyone who attends! Historically, RSO Balls have been THE event of the season, selling out year after year. We expect this event to continue in that grand tradition. The Roanoke Symphony Orchestra has been a star in Roanoke's Cultural Arts constellation for 58 years and we are proud to show our support by chairing this event.
The evolution of the RSO would not have been possible without support from generous individuals, businesses and corporations. If you are among our loyal supporters, we thank you for your continued support. If you have not yet joined the ranks of our patrons, we kindly request an opportunity to share with you the magic that is the RSO. The funds raised by the Symphony Ball provide critical funding for the operations and educational programs of the Roanoke Symphony Orchestra which reach deep into our community. To reserve your place at Carnevale, call the RSO today at (540) 343-9127.
For a list of sponsor opportunities and to have your name added to the list above, please contact RSO Development Director C.W. Markham. Please help raise the bar by investing in the Roanoke Symphony Orchestra and its education and community engagement programs.
With deep appreciation,
Nancy & Kevin Dye, Carnevale Chairs
Frank and Meg Carter, Co-Chairs
Mark and Cynthia Lawrence, Co-Chairs
Bill and Wendy Moore, Co-Chairs
Frank and Deborah Whaley, Co-Chairs
Dr. Doug Ross and Chriss Davies-Ross
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WHAT WE DO
The RSOs mission, "to enrich lives, educate and entertain..." is accomplished through the support of our community. Please consider a gift or sponsorship to the RSO.
Read more about individual and corporate giving on our Give to the RSO page, or contact our Development office at 540.343.6221 ext. 225.