Parties of Note: A Frank Lloyd Wright Experience

David E. Dodge hosts successful Phoenix Symphony event in Taliesin West home

Renowned architect and composer David E. Dodge welcomed more than 100 guests to his Taliesin West home March 21 for The Phoenix Symphony’s Parties of Note program. The home’s contemporary and organic architectural design is adorned with Asian artifacts and exquisite sculptures. The Frank Lloyd Wright Experience event annually welcomes art and architecture enthusiasts.

A Chamber Ensemble of Phoenix Symphony musicians performed Dodge’s own Symphony No. 12 and Symphony No. 13, led by Phoenix Symphony Assistant Conductor Matthew Kasper. In addition to the provocative music and breathtaking views of the McDowell Mountains, guests enjoyed an East Asian-inspired dinner created by Thai chef Vichai Karmakhan.

PHOTOS COURTESY THE PHOENIX SYMPHONY

Ron Fredman with Doris and Hong Ong

Diane Mark, Carole Downs, Candy Sommers and Don Vest

Lisa and Larry Rogoff

John and Roberta Phin

Adrian Glickson with Lyhn and Alex Green

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