Symphony Score Golf Tournament

Inaugural event raises $60K to support Phoenix Symphony’s Education and Community Programming.

The Phoenix Symphony presented its inaugural Symphony Score Golf Tournament on Nov. 7. Golfers enjoyed a beautiful day on the Adobe Course at the Arizona Biltmore Golf Club. Contest and team winners received priceless opportunities such as conducting the orchestra and VIP seating as prizes.

The tournament was sponsored by Republic Media, Doris and Eliot Minsker, Nationwide Foundation, Goodmans Interior Structures, Bruce Covill and Lucia Renshaw and ON Media. Golfers included a mix of Phoenix Symphony patrons, musicians and new supporters.

The Symphony Score golf tournament raised almost $60,000 in support of the Symphony’s Education and Community Programming, which furthers the organization’s mission to provide the joy of music as a catalyst in helping Arizona become the best place in America to work and live.

PHOTOS COURTESY PHOENIX SYMPHONY

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Tom Scaglione, Christian Scaglione, Assistant Phoenix Symphony Conductor Matthew Kasper and Dr. Jim Kort

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Ken and Carol Kasses with Margie and Chad Carpenter

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Arthur Horlick, Steve Marks, Eliot Minsker and Larry Berle

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Jim Ward, Phoenix Symphony president and CEO; Jolene Gabbay; Renee Parsons; and Marilyn Sassaman

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The Lovitt & Touché team of Steve Davis, Lisa LaVoie, Wade Foster and Julianne Wheeler

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