The Masterwork Chorus presents “Tastings,” an evening of food, art, and wine, on Friday, October 26, 2012, 7 pm, at the Essex Fells Country Club, 219 Devon Road, Essex Fells, New Jersey. Ticket holders will enjoy a delicious buffet dinner catered by the Country Club and the opportunity to taste a variety of fine wines from the Wine Library in Springfield, NJ as they peruse the art offerings. The evening’s main feature will be a live auction of fine art donated by generous artists and private collectors. Winning bidders will also receive a bottle of wine to take home. At $68 per ticket, this event is an opportunity to enjoy an evening out, purchase original art, stock up on elegant wine selections, and support a fine musical organization. The funds will support The Masterwork Chorus www.masterwork.org, known for its highly acclaimed annual performances of Handel’s Messiah. This year will mark Masterwork’s 250th performance of the stirring classic. For more information and to order “Tastings” tickets, call 973-455-7008 or email us at email@example.com.
The Masterwork Chorus Presents "Tastings", an Evening of Wine and Art
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