Savor The Symphony

| January 25, 2016 | Parties National

For the 4th year in a row, The Phoenix Symphony’s Annual Savor the Symphony Luncheon was a sell-out event.

Emceed by former 12 News reporter Kim Covington, this one-of-a-kind luncheon included the first ever Arizona performance by the talented pop group Human Nature. The elegant lunch was prepared by Beau MacMillan, Executive Chef of Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain. During an exciting live auction, attendees bid on a unique chefs table experience at Elements, including a private dinner for 10 with a menu created specifically for the event by Chef Beau.

As attendees dined, Human Nature and Chef MacMillan discussed their experiences and journeys in music and the culinary arts. Nicole Stanton addressed the audience about the importance of music education and the unique role The Phoenix Symphony plays in meeting this need in our community, since over half of Arizona schools do not offer music programs.

All proceeds from Savor the Symphony benefit The Phoenix Symphony’s Education and Community Engagement Programs. - Photos thanks to The Phoenix Symphony



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