The agreement struck between Atlanta Symphony Orchestra musicians and management comes at a great time for patrons, players – and the volunteers hard at work to benefit the organization they treasure.
Both sides signed off on a new collective bargaining agreement Wednesday, barely missing affecting the fall season, not to mention a fundraiser coming up in a few weeks.
Bravo, the young professionals group within the Atlanta Symphony Associates, which raises money for the symphony, is organizing a Casino Night fundraiser on Oct. 19 at Mercedes Benz of Buckhead, 2799 Piedmont Rd. NE. Tickets start at $75 and are available here.
“It’s a good time, it’s fun,” said event co-chair Shannon Smith. “We’re able to be there and support what we love. We’re excited to be part of the symphony.”
Casino Night will feature food, an open bar and casino gaming. Smith said