Chesapeake Orchestra Maestro's Club Event
Jeffrey and Deborah Silberschlag cordially invite you to participate in the 2013 Chesapeake Orchestra kick off to preview the upcoming season
Please come for an afternoon of Food,
Wine, and Music
Sunday, January 27, 2013 1:00 p.m.
22083 Philip Drive Leonardtown, Maryland
You are welcome to extend an invitation to others passionate about the Chesapeake Orchestra and its value to Southern Maryland
Smart Casual Attire
RSVP: Cassey Elder at firstname.lastname@example.org by January 23, 2013
From Route 5, turn on Newtowne Neck Road (Route 243) for 1.5 miles. Turn left at Bull Road. Go 1 mile and turn left
at Knight Road. Go about 1 mile, turn right on Philip Dr.
to 22083 on right.
Since 1995, the Chesapeake Orchestra, under the direction of Jeffrey Silberschlag, has provided world-class professional music to over 400,000 appreciative people in Southern Maryland. In 1999, the Chesapeake Orchestra took up residency at St. Mary’s College of Maryland and created the River Concert Series. Over the past 14 years, the River Concert Series has become the cultural and tourist destination for Southern Maryland, winning the Governor’s Tourism Impact Award. The orchestral concerts offer programs whose musical themes are designed to reach the broadest possible audience. The repertoire ranges from serious classical composition, to light classics, to jazz and genres such as bluegrass and blues are fused with orchestral instrumentation to develop new audiences. Some featured popular guest artists have included the Ahn Trio, Akiko Meyers, Lara St. John violinists, country star, Suzy Boggus, Broadway stars Kate Baldwin and Melissa Errico, jazz vocalist Hilary Kole, and jazz musician Terence Blanchard.
The Chesapeake Orchestra expanded its residencies in the 2012 season by adding two new concert locations in Southern Maryland. Concerts at Pops on the Potomac at National Harbor and Waterside Music Festival at Woodlawn
Estate and Winery in Ridge, Maryland delighted people of all ages and provided a destination for music lovers throughout the spring and summer.
The preferred donation is $2000, but any amount over $1000 is greatly appreciated. In gratitude, members of the Maestro’s Club receive invitations to special events associated with the Chesapeake Orchestra and special parking permits for concerts at National Harbor.
The Chesapeake Orchestra is a 501c3 and your donation is tax-deductible to the full extent permissible by law.