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Guest magician Giancarlo Bernini

A magical evening awaits you at the Dallas Symphony Orchestra League's Savor the Symphony on Friday, April 12, 2024 at Lakewood Country Club!

Come to Savor the Symphony and see the incredible magician and illusionist who fooled Penn and Teller!  

Giancarlo Bernini has astounded international audiences with an incredible magic show experience, with multiple national television and radio appearances. Giancarlo has: 

• Made objects disappear at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles,

• Demonstrated a working time machine on national TV,

• Read listeners’ minds over Sirius XM radio

• Defied the laws of physics at Lucas Oil Stadium while surrounded by 25,000 people


The event is chaired by Joanie Stephens and Nikki Beneke. The Honorary chairs for the event are Susan and Mark Geyer and Katherine and Steven Smethie. Nancy Labadie is the DSOL President. 

The festivities for the evening begin at 6:30 with a cocktail reception. Guests will have the opportunity to bid on individual bottles of wine, preview the auction packages and participate in the Wine Pull. Three wines from Hall Wines will be available for tasting during the reception generously donated by Craig and Kathryn Hall. Guests will then be seated at 7:30 p.m. for a lavish three-course dinner with wine pairings. 

Underwriting opportunities are available at various levels: $20,000, $15,000, $10,000, $7,500 $5,000, and $2,500. Individual Patron tickets are priced at $1,500 and $500. This limited seating event is selling quickly and you won’t want to miss it. To purchase your patron/underwriting tickets now please scan the code or visit

Dallas Symphony Orchestra League's (DSOL's) mission is to support the Dallas Symphony Orchestra Community Outreach and Education Programs opening doors to a brighter future for the children in our community. The programs include: Young Strings, Kim Noltemy Young Musicians, Cecil and Ida Green Youth Concert Series, DSO on the Go (Community Concerts and Performances), and My DSO Concerts for children and adults on the autism spectrum. The DSOL has raised over $22 million to support these programs. 

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