Arts & Flowers a success; nearly $6,000 raised

Matt Walker plays the cello at Arts and Flowers

The inaugural “Arts and Flowers,” sponsored by Terrazzo and benefitting ALIAS, was an incredible success.

The event, held Friday, May 25 at Terrazzo in The Gulch, raised nearly $6,000 for the non-profit chamber ensemble and was attended by Nashville Mayor Karl Dean, Nashville Symphony CEO Alan Valentine, Tennessee State Museum Director Lois Riggins-Ezzell, Frist Center for the Visual Arts Executive Director Susan Edwards, Tennessean Columnist Heather Byrd, Mix 92.9 Morning Show host Anna Marie and nearly 200 other guests.

Event sponsors included: Terrazzo, Amelie de Gaulle Interiors, Blair School of Music, The Bluegrass Brewing Company, Enchanted Events, Haynes Galleries, Health Facilities Planning Partners, Jive!, Lazzaroli’s Pasta, Maggiano’s Little Italy, Marche, Maryland Farms Wines & Spirits, Metromix, Oshi Floral Décor Studio, The Painted Cupcake, Red Pony, Ron York Art, The Rymer Gallery, Shannon’s Unique Catering & Chocolates, Sunset Grill, Sweet 16th, Urban Flats and Woodland Wine Merchant.

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