Attorney, Aaron Resnick, Founding Chairperson and current executive committee member of the the Friends of the New World Symphony, has reached out to invite South Florida's movers and shakers to the Friends' Opening Night Concert on Saturday, Sept. 24, 2011. This concert at the New World Center will include music by Muhly, Debussy and Tchaikovsky. After the concert all Friends members will head to the Fontainebleau Hotel for an extraordinary night of live music, featuring Jorge Mejia's original piano preludes, followed by a rock-inspired performance by his band, The Green Room. DJ Walshy will be spinning fun grooves and guests will enjoy GREY GOOSE cocktails and delicious food.
Aaron Resnick working with Stacey Glassman founded the Friends of New World Symphony and the group has become a model for next generation patron of the cultural arts groups in the United States. Friends' events have become some of the most important on the South Florida cultural calendar. With over 1000 people attending events and annually joining this group of music lovers, hipers, and culturcal conscious, Friends events generate buzz and revenue to support the New World Symphony and its fellows.
The Mission of the New World Symphony is to prepare highly-gifted graduates of distinguished music programs for leadership roles in orchestras and ensembles around the world. A laboratory for musical education and expression, the New World Symphony, through a wide range of performance and instructional activities, seeks to develop in participants the full complement of skills and qualifications required of twenty-first century first class musicians. The new Frank Gehry home of the New World Symphony has been featured from the New York Times to Shanghai.
The Law Offices of Aaron Resnick, P.A. and Aaron Resnick are proud supports of the Friends of the World Symphony.
The late night event is free for Friends' members and $40.00 for non-members. You can join Friends now at www.nws.edu/FriendsGiveNow.aspx or by contacting Stacey Glassman Mizener at 305-428-6732 or Stacey.Glassman@nws.edu.