RIDGEFIELD, Conn. -- The Ridgefield Symphony Orchestra is inviting the public to come get down -- which may seem like an an oxymoron, considering that it's a professional symphony orchestra -- at its Spring Fling Fundraiser Dinner-Dance on on Saturday, March 19.
Maestro Jerry Steichen and talented musician friends will bring a dance beat to the festivities. The evening will start with festive bubbly, wine and hors d’oeuvres, and dinner-by-the-bite -- to allow for more socializing and dancing -- by Chef Raffaele Gallo of Gallo Ristorante.
There will also be a musically-themed auction and raffle items, presented by emcee and Emmy Award-winning journalist and author Ira Joe Fisher, and dancing to live world-class music.
A few raffle items include
- a week in Taos, New Mexico, at the home of Barbara Nevis, owner of Southwest Cafe;
- a catered dinner by Chef Raffaele Gallo;
- a week at Steichen's ski condo in Red River, New Mexico; and
- a guest-conductor opportunity with the RSO, with the "Golden Baton."
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"The newly restored Lounsbury House as the venue makes the event even sweeter," a news release noted. "Not only is this a night of fun, food and festivities, but it helps support the Ridgefield Symphony Orchestra, a nonprofit professional arts organization with a 51-year history. The RSO is a cultural gem and helps make Ridgefield a sought-after destination and hometown."
Tickets are $150. Buy them online here, call the RSO at 203-438-3889 or order at email@example.com. Presales and RSVPs are appreciated, by you'll still be welcome to buy a ticket at the door.
Lounsbury House is located at 316 Main St., in Ridgefield. The night is set to run from 6-10 p.m. This fundraiser is sponsored by Fairfield County Bank.
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