A Cooperative Effort between The Zoo in Naples and the Madagascar Fauna Group
Sunday, Nov. 10th, 2002 From six to nine p.m.
Following on the success of last year's Pianos for Panthers, Caribbean Gardens: The ZOO in Naples is partnering with the Madagascar Fauna Group (MFG) to host Pianos For Primates, an evening of musical delight with special guests on five pianos as arranged by conductor and concert pianist William Noll.
lemurs themselves will also be among the guests. Hors d'oeuvres, desserts,
and champagne will be served. Guests are to dress in safari and khaki
attire for a fun evening.
In order to be fiscally responsible with funds raised, all key components of the evening have been donated or provided at greatly reduced costs.
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William Noll has conducted for the New York City Opera, the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, the Savannah Symphony, and the Opera Orchestra of New York. His catalog of recordings include classical symphonic and jazz repertoire on labels such as Time-Life and Sony. Mr. Noll's television and radio credits include jazz orchestra specials for PBS and live simulcast performances for national networks.
In addition to his performance activities, Mr. Noll has served as Music Director for The Ritz-Carlton for almost twenty years. He has also served on panels for the National Endowment for the Arts, Metropolitan Opera Auditions, and the Classical Nomination Committee for the Grammy Awards. www.williamnoll.com
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