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Tuned in Tuesday
January 16, 2024

General Membership Meeting and Luncheon
Thursday, January 18
11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

Pavilion at O’Henry Hotel
Sold Out!

– Program –
Barbara Cone Award Recipient

View the dresses worn by Mrs. Worth B. Hull and Mrs. William Cordes when they received the President’s Volunteer Action Award for Outstanding Service from President Reagan in 1985

Launch of the 60th Anniversary Celebration

Valentines at The Art Shop
Tuesday, February 13
6 – 8 p.m.

The Art Shop
3900 West Market Street
Suite A

Cost: $25
Wine, Hors d’oeuvres and Door Prizes!
Coming soon – Online Purchase of Tickets or Mail to P.O. Box 10408, Greensboro NC  27404


Golden Antiques & Treasures Update
   The Guild’s  Booth (#11) at Golden Antiques and Treasures, Hwy 220 North in Summerfield is resetting for Valentine’s Day and Spring.
   We would appreciate your donations of home decor, lamps, pictures, mirrors, window treatments and small furniture. At this time, we cannot accept clothing, electronics or baby items.

   Contact Vicki Steck for pick up or drop off at [email protected] or 336-501-6688.

’88 Keys’ Commemorative Piano Key
   Consider supporting the Guild’s Spring fundraiser – ‘ 88 Keys. For a $100 donation to the Guild, you can dedicate a commemorative piano key in your name or in honor or memory of someone special to you.
   To donate, mail your check to Greensboro Symphony Guild, P.O. Box 10408, Greensboro NC  27404. The ability to make an online donation will be coming soon – stay “tuned”! 


The 46th Annual 2023 Presentation Ball was a Success!

   Ten young women made their debut in the 46th annual Greensboro Symphony Guild Presentation Ball which was held on Thursday, December 28. Families and guests gathered at the Sheraton Greensboro at Four Seasons to celebrate with the Debutantes.

   Honorary Chair Beverly Wright and Chair Vanessa Skenes, along with committee members, planned and attended numerous events over the past year with the Debs and their families, leading up to this special evening. Mistress of Ceremonies Lisa Crawford introduced each Debutante along with her Chief Marshal and Marshal. Next came the traditional figure and special waltz followed by dinner and dancing late into the night with the U.B.U. Band.

   Special thanks to Laura Kilmartin, Steering Chair, and Elizabeth Heard, President of the Symphony Guild, who along with over 50 volunteers planned the traditional events leading up to the Presentation.
Thank you to members of the Greensboro Symphony Youth Orchestra and the Greensboro Symphony Ensemble musicians who provided the orchestral accompaniment to the evening. We were honored to have Greensboro Symphony Orchestra Board Chair Laura Green in attendance as well. It was indeed a magical evening!

The Guild’s website is in the process of switching to a new credit card processing vendor.
The ability to purchase tickets/donate online should be available again soon.
   Sorry for the inconvenience and thank you for your patience as this change is completed! 

GSYO Concert
Centennial Station
High Point
4:30 – 5 p.m.


Upcoming GSO Concerts

POPS:  Steep Canyon Rangers
Saturday, January 20 at 8 p.m.
Tanger Center

POPS:  Jefferson Starship
Saturday, February 10 at 8 p.m.
Tanger Center

Maestro Conductor: Jacomo Bairos

Piano: Terrence Wilson
Saturday, February 24 at 8 p.m.
Tanger Center