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February 8, 2020 at 7:00 PM | Bass Performance Hall and Worthington Renaissance Hotel

Immortal Beloved 250: A Gala Evening with the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra

Mercedes T. Bass, Gala Chair
Ashli Blumenfeld, Mary Lipscomb, Frasher Pergande, and Jonathan T. Suder, Gala Co-Chairs

Save the date for this very special gala!

In his final gala concert, Miguel Harth-Bedoya celebrates the incredible musical legacy of Beethoven, 250 years after his birth. Be there as the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra performs Beethoven's majestic Fifth Symphony, a work so iconic it has become engrained in pop culture, yet so vast it continues to surprise and delight audiences everywhere. And don't miss the phenomenal Midori performing Beethoven's monumental Violin Concerto. 

The concert will be followed by a black-tie dinner-dance to the tune of the Time Machine Band in the Grand Ballroom of the Worthington Renaissance Hotel.

You do not want to miss this magical evening!

2020 Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra Annual Gala Reservation Form

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The FWSOA is a 501(c)(3) organization.

The “fair market value” of concert tickets is $165 per person. The “fair market value” of goods and services is $1,000 or $55 per person.