SINFONIA GULF COAST’S ANNUAL FUNDRAISER
CRESCENDO!, FEB. 14-16, 2020
Sinfonia Gulf Coast, our region’s only fully professional symphony orchestra, is pleased to announce the full line up for its annual fundraiser Crescendo! A Cultural and Culinary extravaganza, slated for February 14-16, 2020.
On Friday, Feb. 14 at 6 p.m. Crescendo! will begin with a series of carefully curated vintner dinners hosted in elegant homes and venues throughout the Emerald Coast, which pair the talents of local and regional “celebrity” chefs with some of the country’s most acclaimed vineyards for a delicious evening of food and wine.
Participating vintners include: Bouchaine Vineyards, Tournesol, Rombauer, Theorem, and On Q. Culinary maestros include top chefs from the Gulf Coast region and beyond including: Luis Pous of Asia de Cuba, Orion Cordóves of the Savory Restaurant Group, and Ryan McNay & Richard McCord of MARROW, plus more. Vintner Dinner tickets are $295 per person and include all food, wine and gratuities.
This year’s main event is themed, “La Vie en Rosé [Life in Pink]” and is set for Sunday, Feb. 16 at 11:30 a.m. at the Hilton Sandestin Beach Golf Resort & Spa in Miramar Beach. This energy-infused event experience will celebrate the cultural and culinary arts by showcasing world-class vintners, expert spirit purveyors, amazing auction items, and an “electrifying” performance by award-winning musical guest Violectric. Enjoy reserved table seating, hors d'oeuvres, a full, seated lunch, live and silent auctions, and an all-inclusive afternoon of incredible fun.
Tickets to Crescendo! 2020 are $150 per person and include all food, wine, reserved table seating, performance and valet parking. Tables of 10 may be reserved by calling (850) 460-8800. Sponsorship opportunities are still available.
Proceeds from Crescendo! will benefit Sinfonia and its music education programs, which include: musicians/guest artists in schools, free orchestra concerts, bus transportation for students, Sinfonia Youth Orchestra program, Arts in Medicine initiative with Sacred Heart Hospital and LINK UP concerts for third through fifth graders in partnership with Carnegie Hall.