Julie Nester Gallery plans a weekend of art, fundraising and music
March 21, 2017
Julie Nester Gallery will preesent "Fine Art, Whiskey and Wine," a fundraiser for ArtsKids, a nonprofit that uses art to help develop confidence in students in Summit and Wasatch Counties, on Friday, March 24, at the Silver Baron Lodge.
The event, hosted by Rob Wells of Engle & Volkers, will start with a free art preview at 4 p.m., where guests can examine artwork by David Levinthal, Nine Francois, Stephen Foss and Brad Overton.
"Fine Art, Whiskey and Wine" will officially begin at 5:30 p.m. Tickets at $75 and all guests must be 21 or older.
The art will be paired with wine and whiskey tastings that have been selected by the Fox School of Wine.
Tickets can be purchased by visiting xa114.infusionsoft.com/app/manageCart/showManageOrder.
Hailed as a "triumph of ensemble playing," by the New York Times, Utah's own Fry Street Quartet is one of the most exciting and dynamic string ensembles on the international classic music scene.
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The concert will feature Hadyn's String Quartet in C Major, opus 76 No. 3 and two Bartok works, String Quartet No. 3 and String Quartet No. 6.
Advance tickets are $20 if purchased by March 22 by using the code JNG0325. Tickets will cost $25 thereafter.
For information and tickets, visit http://www.novaslc.org/products/2016-17-nova-gallery-series-1.
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