It is a grand affair in the Grand Key, featuring the Key West
Symphony. The Florida Keys Council of the Arts invites you Arts in the
Afternoon, a performing arts benefit at the Doubletree Grand Key
Resort on February 7th at noon.
Steve Robbins, General Manager of the Grand Key is hosting this
luncheon in recognition of
the $250,000 the Arts Council has granted to individual artists and
arts organizations since
1997. In 2002, the
Florida Keys Council of the Arts granted over $60,000 to individual
June Girard, Chair of The Florida Keys Council of the Arts
invites you to purchase a series ticket to Arts in the Afternoon as a
special gift for yourself, your loved ones, a special friend and the
arts community. This benefit series allows the council to grant all proceeds
to the participating artists.
The luncheon participants who will
benefit on February 7th will be the Key West Symphony.
Frank Wood, Executive Director will present examples of
symphonic music and entertainment by some symphony orchestra
musicians. Maestro Sabrina Alphonse may join the group. Two more Arts
in the Afternoon luncheons will be held in March and April with the
Keys Chorale and the Keys Chamber Orchestra. A series ticket is only
$75. A single event
ticket is $30. Seating is
limited. Call the Council of the Arts @ 295-4369 for more information
and to make your reservations NOW.