Parties of Note: The Farm

60 Phoenix Symphony supporters gather for end-of-season fundraiser

Sixty guests escaped the city to relax at The Farm at South Mountain for Phoenix Symphony‘s final Parties of Note event of the season on May 7. The pecan grove, large grassy spaces, blooming flowers, rustic elegance and perfect weather made for a perfect setting.

Guests enjoyed a meal inspired by Pat Christofolo, owner of Artisan by Santa Barbara Catering and The Farm at South Mountain. A Phoenix Symphony brass quintet – including associate principal trumpeter Ben Nguyen, principal trombonist Christopher Wolf, Shelby Nugent on horn and Pat Sheridan on tuba – delivered a performance centered around the theme of dance.

PHOTOS COURTESY PHOENIX SYMPHONY

Linda and Bill Miller

Stephen and Jeanne Winograd

Phoenix Symphony brass quintet entertains guests

Dr. Oliver Harper, Phoenix Symphony board chair, third from left, with his wife, Sharon, and their children Joe and Lise

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