'Summer Serenade' at Mercy Grove this Sunday will benefit United Way and GSO
Shade Zajac makes his official debut Sunday as the full-time conductor of the Genesee Symphony Orchestra in a special performance being sponsored by the United Way at Mercy Grove in Le Roy.
Zajac previously conducted the orchestra last season as part of an audition process for the musical director's position with the GSO and was appointed by the GSO board earlier this year.
Mercy Grove is Genesee County's newest event facility and will be a beautiful setting for this special performance.
Tickets are $75 per person and proceeds benefit the United Way and the Genesee Symphony Orchestra.
Party attire is suggested. The event starts at 3:30 p.m. There will be hors d'oeuvres, grazing stations and a cash bar. The GSO performance, "Summer Serenade," begins at 4:45.
Tickets are available through GSO's website, or at Bank of Castile in Batavia and Le Roy, Roxy's Music, the United Way and GO ART!
Photos are from Monday's rehearsal.
Could just be the picture but that guy is a dead ringer for Johnny Depp.
OK to call him Edward Conductorhands?