Marc Rayfield, head of CBS Radio in Philly, and his wife Nicole, joined friends Haley and David Adelman at the President’s Reception in the Academy Ballroom.
The 154th Anniversary Academy of Music Concert and Ball on Saturday night, January 29, 2011, was supported by many members of the area’s Jewish community. A list of the major sponsors, plus a bird’s-eye view of participants, highlighted the important role which the Jewish community plays in the cultural life of Philadelphia and the region.
Photos of these community leaders follow the jump.
Linda Scribner and her husband David Paskin, M.D., were the first in the Academy of Music Ballroom, as Linda, as director of the Academy of Music, seems to be in charge of everything that night.
Senator Connie Williams, now chair of the Philadelphia Museum of Art board, had a chance to chat with the museum’s Joe Rishel at the Academy of Music.
Senator Bob Casey and his wife Terese (center) arrived at the Academy of Music with Richard and Betsy Sheerer.
Hope Cohen and Richard Green go through the receiving line at the Academy of Music.
Gary Steuer, Philadelphia director of cultural arts in Mayor Nutter’s cabinet, attended the festivities with his deputy, Moira Bayleson.
David Eisner, the CEO of the National Constitution center, was on hand with his wife Lori.
Marsha and Jeffrey Perelman enjoying the festivities. Jeffrey serves on the Academy of Music Committee.
David and Sandy Marshall in the receiving line, standing with Academy of Music preisdent and CEO Joanna McNeil Lewis and musician Michael Mills. Sandy served as co-chair of the Academy Ball.
Peter Nero, of the Philly Pops, chatted with philanthropist Anne Hamilton at the President’s Reception. Hamilton chairs the Academy of Music Committee.
John and Christina Saler enjoyed starting the evening at the Academy of Music Ballroom.
In the Bellevue ballroom, following the reception and concert, are (l to r) Allan Greenspan, M.D., his wife Justice Jane Greenspan (ret.), and Howard Silverman.
Photos courtesy of Bonnie Squires