Easton Choral Arts Society is hosting its annual fund-raiser, “A High Note Event,” on March 19, 2020 at 6 p.m. at the Talbot Country Club in Easton. The evening will include cocktails and hors d’oeuvres, dinner, and a silent auction. Diners will have a choice of meat, fish or vegetarian dinners, and wine is included with the dinner. A cash bar will be available, and entertainment will be provided by Julie Mack Quartet. There will be a Chance Auction for about 10 items and a Silent Auction, including a meal for eight people prepared by a chef trained in Paris and England and a night for two with breakfast at the Bartlett Pear Inn.
According to Phil Sayre, co-president of Easton Choral Arts Society, “Over the years Easton Choral Arts has had the good fortune of financial support from many generous patrons. That support makes possible the high-quality choral performances with brilliant soloists and wonderful orchestral accompaniments for which ECAS is known. The High Note Gala is our major fund-raiser of the year, and we deeply appreciate those who come for a fun evening and donate toward continuing the Easton Choral Arts tradition of great choral music.”
Sponsors are being sought for the gala. Interested persons should call 410-200-0498. Support is provided by Mid-Shore Community Foundation, Talbot County Arts Council, and the Maryland State Arts Council. Tickets for the fundraiser cost $150 per person and can be purchased online at www.eastonchoralarts.org or by calling 410-200-0498.
The Easton Choral Arts Society, celebrating its 42nd anniversary, is an auditioned choral ensemble which believes in the power of music to enrich the cultural life of the Eastern Shore. Under the direction of the pre-eminent Artistic Director, Wes Lockfaw, ECAS brings a commitment to deliver excellence to our singers, audiences and supporters. While the group is based in Easton, its singers come from all areas of the Eastern Shore.
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