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November 9, 2017

Parties of Note kicks off in a dazzling fashion with Tiffany & Co.    

PHOENIX, AZ. – While the Phoenix Symphony’s Parties of Note events are known for highlighting remarkable Valley homes, the November 2nd “Diamonds in the Sky” was something dazzlingly different. Hosted by Tiffany & Co., 50 guests spent the evening surrounded by spectacular diamonds and gems in America’s House of Luxury at Scottsdale Fashion Square.

Guests strolled through iconic, timeless Tiffany collections and many one-of-a-kind statement pieces as Phoenix Symphony musicians Dian D’Avanzo, violin; Leslie Anderegg, violin; Mathieu Paige-Bouchard, viola and Mike D’Avanzo, cello; performed a special New York-inspired set. The program invited guests to take a musical tour of The Big Apple with pieces including Piazzolla’s Libertango, Dvořák’s “American” Quartet, Porter’s “Begin the Beguine,” Bernstein’s West Side Story Medley, Mercer’s “Moon River” and more.

In addition to the gourmet dinner stations nestled among the diamonds and gems, a professional sommelier navigated guests through samples of rare, fine whiskey and scotch throughout the evening.

Now in its 7th season, this one-of-a-kind program offers a chance for guests to spend a unique evening in some of the Valley’s finest homes with fellow Symphony friends. Each evening includes a meal prepared by some of the Valley’s most popular chefs, fine wines and bubble and a concert featuring Phoenix Symphony ensembles.

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Celebrating its 70th Anniversary Season, 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