The Guild will host the 2015 Rhythm & Muse on Saturday, January 31, 6:30 – 10:30 p.m., at Vestavia Country Club to raise funds for our prestigious music scholarship program and to support the Birmingham Music Club concert series.
Featuring cocktails, dining and dancing to music by City Lights, a performance by 1988 scholarship winner Diane Boyd Schultz, and a live auction by auctioneer Bob Straka with fabulous trips, tickets to local attractions, sports packages, wine collection and much more!
Grand Piano $2,500.00 – One (1) table for ten (10) people to Gala Cocktail Dinner Party and ten (10) drink tickets. Premiere seating.
Percussion $1,000.00 – One (1) table for 8 people to Gala Cocktail Dinner Party and 8 drink tickets. Premiere seating.
Keyboard $500.00 – Four (4) tickets to Gala Cocktail Dinner Party and four (4) drink tickets.
Strings $250.00 – Two (2) tickets to Gala Cocktail Dinner Party and two (2) drink tickets.
Voice $100.00 – One (1) ticket got Gala Cocktail Party.
Tickets may be purchased by contacting Judy Anderson at firstname.lastname@example.org or Martha Black at email@example.com. All proceeds benefit the Birmingham Music Club Guild Scholarship Fund and the Birmingham Music Club Concert Series.
Gala Live Auction
Auction items include fabulous trips to Santorini, St. Croix, or British Columbia. Or you might bid on and win a sports and athletics package, Alabama and Auburn football packages, parties, a local brewery tour, a local Birmingham attractions package, or a wine collection.
Prelude to the Holidays, Friday December 12th
First Partners Bank
Opportunity Drawing Prizes
Drawings will take place at the party. You do not have to be present to win. All proceeds benefit the Birmingham Music Club Guild Scholarship Program. For Opportunity Drawing tickets, please contact Diane Beck, 205-915-0903, or Judy Anderson, 205-913-1049.
- An original, stained glass, mosaic art piece by Gerda Carmichael,
- A framed antique European Map, circa 1800’s,
- Jewelry by Amy Morse and Wallace Burke Fine Jewelers, and
- An original painting by local artist Suzanne Chenoweth depicting an English pastoral landscape of the charming Cotswolds countryside.