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Colorado Symphony Ball Raises Funds in Excess of $1 Million
Tuesday, May 05, 2015
In an evening surpassing expectations, the Colorado Symphony Ball: “From Bach…To Rock!: THE BATTLE OF THE BANDS,” raised over $1 million towards the mission and ongoing operations for the Colorado Symphony.

This year’s Colorado Symphony Ball raised money through table sales, individual and corporate contributions, sponsorship, silent and live auction, and real-time voting during “THE BATTLE OF THE BANDS” segment of the evening, where guests voted for their favorite band. This year’s bands were the Colorado Symphony, The DaVita Blues All Stars, and Tracksuit Wedding.

The Colorado Symphony welcomed Debbie and Jim Shpall as Event Chairs. Governor John Hickenlooper, Mayor Michael B. Hancock, and First Lady Mary Louise Lee served as Honorary Co-Chairs.

Centered on performances by the Colorado Symphony and conducted by Resident Conductor Scott O'Neil the event is the largest fundraiser for the Colorado Symphony each year. The esteemed Margaret Phipps Award was presented to Karen and Mike Long of Arrow Electronics, Inc.

Save the date for the next installment of the Colorado Symphony Ball April 23, 2016.

  
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