The Loudoun Symphony Orchestra is holding its 25th anniversary gala, “Cherry Blossom Gala,” from 7-10 pm on Saturday, April 9 at the the Middleburg Community Center, 300 W. Washington Street, Middleburg. The event is a collaboration with fine Loudoun County restaurants and features a chef’s tasting dinner hosted by the executive chefs from Clyde’s at Willow Creek Farm, The Fresh Market, The French Hound, Magnolia’s, Palio’s and the Salamander Resort and Spa.
Tickets are $75 and Table Sponsorships for ten guests are available for $1,250. Tickets include all food, glass of wine, and performances from the Loudoun Symphony family of musicians. Live and silent auctions will take place and include vacation homes, wine and entertainment baskets, and artwork from area artists. All proceeds benefit the Loudoun Symphony Orchestra and Loudoun Symphony Youth Orchestra and other educational outreach programs. Visit www.loudounsymphony.org for further details and to purchase tickets.
Now in its 25th season, the mission of the Loudoun Symphony is to enrich the community through music. To carry out this mission, a full season of six orchestral concerts is presented, including a holiday concert. The educational outreach program includes the Loudoun Symphony Youth Orchestra, which provides performance opportunities for talented students 12-18 years of age; Loudoun String Workshop which provides performance opportunities for all ages; Instrument Petting Zoo, which exposes the young to the wonders of musical instruments; and mini-concerts performed in elementary schools throughout Loudoun County. Visit www.loudounsymphony.org for more information.