The Country Club of Asheville was a beautiful setting for our annual event. It was so wonderful to have an in-person gathering this year. We were so fortunate to have Christine Lamprea, ASO Guest Soloist, for the musical program at the luncheon.
Guild News through the year, by date
Thoreau to Crowe and a Mellow Cello was a delightful musical feast, perfect in so many ways: fabulous food and drink, fascinating speaker, special music, magnificent outdoor setting, interesting guests. Even the weather cooperated.
The weather was great, wildflowers were abundant! These photos prove it was an amazing day.
What a wonderful journey down memory lane for the attendees of the “Help” Musical Feast. Thank you, participants, and a special thank you to our very generous hosts who made it possible.
We were so fortunate to welcome Jenny Kozoroz to the Asheville Symphony Guild for the April program. Jenny performs with the Asheville Symphony, serves on the faculty of Brevard College, and is the Program Director at the Brevard Music Center. She provided a discussion filled with information about the viola, her students, and her passion for music.
We encourage others to attend these wonderful programs. You’re missing an opportunity to meet our very talented musicians and learn more about their unique role in upcoming performances. These programs are open to the public. Bring a friend. Grow the Guild! If there’s some specific reason you cannot attend, let us know. We open to making changes to increase participation of our membership.