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September 2016 - Houston

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MOLTO ELEGANTE AT ETRO Anne Lee Phillips plays with prints. Photography Jay Tovar. 48 Sergei Galperin IN THE ORCHESTRA Houston Symphony's David Chambers and Denise Furlough • DJ Wrangler spun tunes • Etro's Sonya Shernak and Alberto Gonzalez • Ball after- party chairs Valerie and Tracy Dieterich and auction chair Mary Ann McKeithan • Susan and Dick Hansen, Elise Glattier- Hollingsworth and Denzil Hollingsworth, Ralph Burch, Brenda Love, Birgitt van Wijk, and Beth Wolff. Vivacious couple-about-town Jana and Scotty Arnoldy, chairs for the Carnavale- themed Houston Symphony Ball, know how to create hype. First it was salsa and rumba dance lessons at their River Oaks home for ball guests. Next up: An evening of champagne and shopping at the glam boutique Etro in River Oaks District. Symphony supporters turned out, many in Etro's paisley prints and vibrant colors, to shop, with a generous percentage of the evening's sales benefitting Houston Symphony Education and Community Programming. In a special surprise, Houston Symphony first violinist Sergei Galperin — a Moscow native who began studying the instrument at the age of five and performed at the Concert Hall of the Moscow Conservatory shortly thereafter — serenaded guests with an intime in- store solo. Valerie Dieterich Jana Arnoldy Mary Ann McKei- than David Chambers Denzil Hollingsworth Susan Hansen Jeremy Garcia Beth Wolff Fall Etro Bryce Hollingsworth Scotty Arnoldy Ralph Burch Dick Hansen Tracy Dieterich Jim Schaffer Helen Schaffer Birgitt van Wijk Brenda Love Alberto Gonzalez Sonya Shernak Denise Furlough Nènè Soumaré Fall Etro Elise Glattier- Hollingsworth

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