Sunshine Community Foundation hosts a musical extravaganza with Maestro James Brooks-Bruzzese directing Broward’s own Symphony of the Americas, followed by exceptional vocal talent from South Florida singing Broadway favorites under the direction of acclaimed tenor Kurt Litzenberger.
BRAVISSIMO 2010! is a highly anticipated performance showcasing seasoned talent from the Symphony of the Americas and local Broadway vocal voices and will be presented March 27th in the spectacular newly renovated Walt Lawrence & Stephen Lewis Center for Worship and the Arts, 1480 SW 9th Avenue in Fort Lauderdale. The performance begins at 8:00 pm.
The performance is described as, “Celebrating the Artistry of Music — Symphony and Song.” In addition to the orchestra, the event will feature the following artists: Gordon Roberts at the piano, local diva Wendy Reynolds, tenor James Perkowski, Scott Latta, Rachel Klein, Harold Dioquino, Brad Olesen and Allie Bisco.
Tickets are VIP reserved seating $100, $30 general admission and $20 balcony. A VIP package for $200 includes the VIP reserved performance seating plus a VIP reception/dinner from 6:30 to 8:00 with premium open bar and valet parking included.
BRAVISSIMO! benefits the Sunshine Community Foundation, Inc., which owns the campus in Southwest Fort Lauderdale that is home to more than 25 organizations and groups that support a broad spectrum of needs and activities in the GLBT community.