Winter Wonderful Frost Holiday Dinner
Benefits Frost School of Music at the University of MiamiCharity & Social Events
Winter Wonderful, hosted by Frost School of Music at the University of Miami, is the school’s annual holiday dinner benefiting the Donna E. Shalala MusicReach program. The semi-formal gala will include a cocktail reception, a three-course holiday dinner, musical performances and a dessert reception to end the evening. Enjoy music performed by 200 youthful voices of the Frost Chorale, Symphonic Choir, Cantilena Women’s Choir, and instrumentalists in the Frost Holiday Orchestra.
During the evening, presentations of the Frost Legacy Award will be made to generous philanthropists for their profound impact in the community.
Table sponsorship opportunities are still available, and information is available by calling 305-284-9766 or by emailing EventsManagement@Miami.edu.
Individual tickets range from $350 to $500. Purchase a table or individual tickets for the upcoming Winter Wonderful Frost Holiday Dinner. Information and reservations can be made through the Winter Wonderful events team or on the website at www.WinterWonderful.com.
Photography by Jenny Abreu
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The Frost School of Music seeks to transform lives through the study and performance of music, and to enhance music’s future as the result of the most innovative and relevant curricula in higher education. The Frost School of Music is devoted to excellence and a culture of collegiality, in which a diversity of people, musical styles, and careers are valued. The Frost School of Music is a community of musicians committed to advanced musicianship for all Frost students across a broad array of majors and programs. The Frost School of Music seeks to elevate the community through intensive, sustained outreach to underserved populations. The Frost School of music strives to enhance the cultural richness of the University of Miami, South Florida and throughout the world as the result of world class performance, scholarship and research.