Tickets are expected to sell quick for the Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra’s Mozart and Martinis fundraiser slated for Nov. 28.
The event features a five course pairing of martinis with dessert and the music of composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart performed by the symphony at Bight Restaurant.
The symphony hosts three fundraisers a year “as a way to broaden the base and give people an easy way into listening to new forms of music,” Ken Boshcoff, director of development, Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra, told The Chronicle-Journal.
Boshcoff added that it is an “animated evening” that is “just enough fun,” running from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.
The 5th annual event also features a wine pull and a silent auction.
Laura Fralick of Investors Group is a sponsor and volunteer for Mozart and Martinis. “The arts can be a difficult environment to provide lifelong jobs . . . the symphony adds to the fabric here,” explained Fralick on the importance of supporting the TBSO.
People can call 626-TBSO to reserve tickets, which go on sale next week.
Driverseat Thunder Bay Designated Driver while be on hand to provide safe rides home for people in there own vehicles at a discount.