Sunday, July 25, 2004

Pyramid Hill evening


Seen: Greater Cincinnati Benfits and Bashes

[photo]
Cathy Crain (from left), Maestro Stephane Deneve, Phyllis Weston and Tom Crain talk in the garden.
(Philip Groshong photo)
Pyramid Hill, the Hamilton residence and sculpture gardens of Cincinnati Opera supporter Harry Wilks, was the site of a gathering to salute the Opera's major benefactors. Approximately 100 guests turned out for an evening of cocktails, hors d'oeuvres and dinner.

Opera artistic director Nicholas Muni and managing director Patty Beggs welcomed guests and thanked them for their support. In attendance were the stars of the season's production of Carmen, Catherine Malfitano, Frederique Vezina, Richard Leech and Erwin Schrott.




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