Palm Beach Symphony Celebrates 40th Anniversary

Dale and Marietta McNulty. Veronica and RamonTebar

Dale and Marietta McNulty, and Veronica and RamonTebar

PALM BEACH, Fla. – The Palm Beach Symphony celebrated its 40th anniversary with a “Ruby Ball” at the Flagler Museum.

Lurana Campanaro, Dr. Jose Figueroa

Lurana Campanaro and Dr. Jose Figueroa

Dale McNulty, Palm Beach Symphony Board President; Helen Bernstein, chairman of the Ruby Ball; and co-chairs Bernadene Rand-Mileti and Doris Hastings greeted guests as they arrived at the museum.

Cocktails were served in the Grand Hall; dinner followed in the West Room, where red glittering tablecloths were draped over red satin. The dinner tables featured a tall gold trumpet centerpiece capped with a “ball of roses” and heavy glass candlesticks adorned with red beaded shades, along with more roses.

“As we celebrate this important milestone, we also look forward to the future and continuing to broaden our mission to engage, educate and entertain the greater community of the Palm Beaches through live performances of inspiring orchestral music,” David McClymont, the symphony’s executive director, said as he welcomed the guests at the Feb. 17, 2014, gala.

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Ramón Tebar is artistic and music director of the symphony and Zoe Zeniodi is assistant conductor.

For more information, call (561) 655-2657 or e-mail

Photos by Lucien Capehart Photography.

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