Music lovers may celebrate the holidays with seven performances at the historic Evermay Estate. Guests will be treated to a merry setting, as Evermay will be festively decorated for the season.
There are a limited number of tickets available and the Overtures Holiday Concert Series is expected to sell out quickly. Various sponsorship opportunities are available, including the opportunity for a private post-event dinner in the Evermay formal dining room.
WHEN: Fridays, November 2 – December 14, 2012
Doors open at 5:30 p.m.
Concerts begin at 6:30 p.m.
WHERE: The Evermay Estate
1623 28th Street NW
Complimentary valet parking on the estate
WHO: Overtures is a unique concert series that presents award-winning, world-class performing artists who are emerging in their musical careers. The series will feature talented classical and jazz musicians, playing guitar, piano, violin and trumpet.
Performances at the Overtures Holiday Concert Series include:
- November 2 – Yotam Silberstein, Jazz Guitar*
- November 9 – Cyrus Chestnut, Jazz Piano*
- November 16 – Tamaki Kawakubo, Violin
- November 23 – Yu Kosuge, Piano
- November 30 – Jeb Patton, Jazz Piano
- December 7 – Yura Lee, Violin
- December 14 – Ryo Yanagitani, Piano
*In collaboration with DCJF
SPONSORS: This fall the S&R Foundation is offering a unique opportunity to become a Presenting Sponsor of a selected concert of the Overtures Holiday Concert Series. Presenting sponsors will receive benefits, including a dinner or brunch for 10 guests at Evermay, logo recognition on the program and website, and 10 tickets to the sponsor’s selected concert.
For more information on sponsorship opportunities, please contact Kei Tolliver at (240) 223-0630 or email@example.com
TICKETS: Tickets can be purchased for $50 at www.OverturesSeries.org. Tickets include complimentary refreshments and on-site valet parking.
A limited number of tickets are available and are expected to sell out. Guests are encouraged to purchase tickets as soon as possible!
About S&R Foundation
The S&R Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization created in 2000 to support talented individuals with great potential and high aspirations in the sciences and arts, especially those who are furthering international cultural collaboration. Our goals are simple, yet bold: to create, support and facilitate initiatives that encourage scientific and artistic innovation, and promote cultural and personal growth. For more information, visit www.sandrfoundation.org.