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Santa Barbara Choral Society

The Santa Barbara Choral Society celebrates its 65th season with “Gold Rush!” a gala fundraising event. The lively, Old West-themed event features the Choral Society’s production of Kurt Weill’s rarely-performed operetta, “Down in the Valley. Arts patrons Marilyn and Dick Mazess will serve as the event’s Honorary Chairs.

Festivities will begin with signature cocktails followed by a performance of “Down in the Valley” led by Choral Society Artistic Director Jo Anne Wasserman. Appetizers, wine, and a barbecue feast prepared by renowned western barbecue chef Cowboy Flavors’ Billy Ruiz will follow. Line dancing will have guests on their feet till the saloon closes. Attire for the event will be “western bling” or cowboy casual.

Date & Time: Saturday, April 20, 2013 from 6 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.

Location: Carriage and Western Art Museum of Santa Barbara – 129 Castillo St., Santa Barbara, CA 93102

Cost: Tickets are $100 per person. VIP Sponsor tables for 8 are $1,500

For more information about the Choral Society visit or email [email protected].

The Santa Barbara Choral Society is a nonprofit music organization, community-based in performance and education. The Santa Barbara Choral Society serves the public by performing choral music at the highest level and fostering musical development and appreciation within the Santa Barbara community.

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