Academy Ball Enlists Elite Music-Lovers

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CACKIE ROGERS, extreme R, chairwoman, Academy of Music Board of Trustees, welcomed, L-R, Garry & Missy Parkin and Roi Lerman and Alison Avery to the Academy of Music Concert & Ball.
Photo by Bonnie Squires
DR. STEFANIE PORGAS and her husband Gerald Lawrence are greeted by Leslie Anne Miller, Esq.
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MICAELA & JIM Brandau, Co-chairman of the Concert & Ball, welcomed their New York friend Kathryn Tyre. Photo by Bonnie Squires
ALISON YOUNG & David Maser joined neighbors Ben & Danielle Persofsky at the reception. Photo by Bonnie Squires
LARRY DUBINSKI, CEO of the Franklin Institute, & his wife Vicky are long-time supporters of the Academy of Music and The Philadelphia Orchestra.
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SCHOOLS SUPERINTENDENT Dr. William Hite & his wife Deirdre enjoyed seeing a dozen talented public-school musicians perform with the Philadelphia Orchestra at the 163rd Concert & Ball.
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L-R, JAN SLUSSER and Tiffany Taverez, of Wells Fargo, with Rev. Bonnie Camarda of the Salvation Army, Eric Gutshall and Tanya Derksen.
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ROBERTA & CARL Dranoff welcomed Executive Director of the Pennsylvania Ballet Shelly Power to the Academy of Music.
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JOHN FRY, president of Drexel University, his wife Cara, with Kathy & Tom Leonard. Photo by Bonnie Squires
TERRY & AMY Buckman at the Chairman’s Reception with Inquirer editor Gabriel Escobar and his wife Louisa Shepard.
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DR. CALVIN JOHNSON and his fiancee Allison Green were looking forward to their wedding, one week after the Academy Ball. Photo by Bonnie Squires
ANNE HAMILTON, honorary co-chairman of the Academy Concert & Ball, was grateful for support of volunteers like Nicole Allen White, the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s director of government affairs.
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KEN DAVIS, of Duane Morris, and his wife Nancy.
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PUBLIC RECORD CONTRIBUTING editor Bonnie Squires caught up with Congresswoman Madeleine Dean at the Bellevue. Photo by Susan Scovill

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