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July 16, 2018

The Phoenix Symphony Announces Lucia Renshaw and Bruce Covill as New Year’s Eve Gala Co-Chairs 

The best event of the season returns, offering guests the unique opportunity to dance into the New Year with a full symphony orchestra

PHOENIX – The Phoenix Symphony is ramping up for the best event of the season and is honored to announce Lucia Renshaw and Bruce Covill as New Year’s Eve Gala Co-Chairs. The announcement come on the heels of Sharon and Dr. Oliver “Ollie” Harper as the event’s Honorary Chairs.

“Lucia and I are pleased to serve as event co-chairs for the 2018 Phoenix Symphony New Year’s Eve Gala, particularly since the event will honor Sharon and Oliver Harper and their continuing commitment to the Phoenix community. We share the Harpers’ focus on the community outreach and education programs of the Symphony," said Bruce Covill. “Last year’s event was wonderful, particularly the chance to listen to and dance to The Phoenix Symphony. The Gala committee is working to make the 2018 event even more fabulous – and to resume this as an annual tradition for music enthusiast's throughout the Valley,” Covill added.

Lucia Renshaw is a Certified Financial Planner with Renshaw Financial and Bruce Covill is President & CEO of Cyberitas Technologies LLC.

All proceeds from the New Year’s Eve Gala benefit The Phoenix Symphony’s community outreach and education programs, which bring the joy of music to over 125,000 children and adults in hospitals, homeless shelters, schools and the concert hall each year. To learn more about our community programming, visit: https://phoenixsymphony.org/education-and-community/education-and-community/our-mission.

Sponsorship and event information are available at phoenixsymphony.org/events/nyegala.

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About The Phoenix Symphony

The Phoenix Symphony has been proudly serving the citizens of the Phoenix metropolitan area and Arizona since 1947. The Phoenix Symphony presents an annual season from September through the beginning of June, featuring full-length classical and pops concerts at Symphony Hall in downtown Phoenix, as well as concerts in Scottsdale, Mesa, Prescott and throughout central Arizona. The Symphony performs for more than 125,000 students and children, helping to introduce music to new generations through a variety of education and youth-engagement programs. For more information, visit phoenixsymphony.org