Co-chairs Alex Bolton and Christina Geyer.
The young professionals of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra’s Vivaldi Patron Circle joined together to mark a special year of rebranding with an elegant seated dinner at the Dallas Country Club on May 12. The evening featured a special performance by Alexis Shambley, daughter of Young Strings founder Dwight Shambley and Sho-Mei Pelletier, also DSO musicians.
The event was co-chaired by Alex Bolton and Christina Geyer who will serve as Co-Presidents for 2015-2016. A membership drive is being launched and opportunities are underway for members to be involved in the Vivaldi steering committee with leadership roles and volunteer opportunities.
Vivaldi Patron Circle is a group of individuals in their 20s, 30s, 40s who express an interest in the arts and wish to be part of the next audience for the Dallas Symphony. Young professionals are invited to join the Vivaldi Patron Circle by contacting Maliska Haba at email@example.com or 214.871.4005.
VIVALDI PATRON CIRCLE Information
The Vivaldi Patron Circle is composed of young adults seeking to create a new audience for the Dallas Symphony Orchestra. As a Vivaldi Patron Circle member, you are helping to advance local arts and arts education, as well as creating experiences to help share musical passion and artistic excellence with your community.
Annual memberships begin at $150 and include access to monthly events, discounted concert tickets and other exclusive benefits.
- Exclusive invitations to three Complimentary Cocktail Receptions with special Dallas Symphony Orchestra Guests
- Invitation to a private Vivaldi Dinner event hosted in the vibrant Dallas Arts District.
- Special VPC offers to various Dallas Symphony Orchestra events and performances throughout the season.
- Opportunities to explore behind the scenes with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, the Meyerson Symphony Center and surrounding Arts District through select Vivaldi events.
- Opportunities to network with other Vivaldi Patrons, DSO Musicians, and special guests at organized social hours.