From a performance by the Trinity Irish Dancers to the musical styling of Irish folk band, Willoughby Sprig, the evening will be filled with festive Irish entertainment. The evening also consists of some remarkable silent and live auction items, including hand painted violins by Waukesha artists Carole Reiland and Lynn Gaffey, a French dinner for eight with Maestro Alexander Platt in Chicago, premier reserved parking for The Philharmonic’
Following dinner at the event, The Wisconsin Philharmonic will announce its 65th Anniversary season and the winner of its Audience Choice poll. (The public has until February 27th to vote for which musical selection they want to hear on the 2012-2013 season finale program. All voting is online at www.wisconsinphilharmonic.org.)
To register for this event, visit www.wisconsinphilharmonic.org or call 262-547-1858. Pre-registration at $100 per person is required by March 9. Register by February 27 and receive an early-bird special of one complimentary ticket per guest to The Philharmonic’
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The Wisconsin Philharmonic has dedicated over 60 years to bringing exceptional symphonic music and cultural experiences to Waukesha County and surrounding communities. As one of the most seasoned and successful orchestras in southeast Wisconsin, the organization presents five to six subscription concerts annually at various Waukesha County locations, including: Carroll University, the Oconomowoc Arts Center, and the Sharon Lynne Wilson Center for the Arts. The Wisconsin Philharmonic, along with the Friends of Note, also facilitates educational opportunities and scholarship programs for students throughout the area.