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In addition, Previn accompanied Doris Day on an album, “Duet,” that brought out a sexy swinging side to a pop star. The magazine JazzTimes called the now-classic release, made in 1961, “exquisite.”. Despite his renown in Hollywood, Previn said his transition to concentrate more intensively on classical music was rocky because he was not accorded what he considered his full due as a “serious” musician. “There’s a small group of music critics in the States who will forgive you anything – jazz, a long prison term, or what have you – anything but scoring a Hollywood musical,” he told the New York Times in 1968.

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“The music will be fantastic and we’re happy the dinners are sold out. We (our committee) have to make sure this 99th event will bring everyone back next year for the 100th,” Gala chairwoman Emma Goltz said. Along with committee members Elaine Shen and Judy Zafran, who are Woodside residents, she said their goal is to bring more Peninsula people to the Symphony, to encourage people to think of the orchestra as a regional treasure. The evening included a Patrons’ cocktail reception at Davies Hall and dinner in the tent pavilion; receptions and the Symphony Supper and Symphonix Dinner at City Hall; the pre-performance promenade at Davies Hall, and after-parties. Executive Chef Lucas Schoemaker of McCall Associates planned three delicious dinners.

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“Everyone in our wedding party is gonna get in there and work on it, everyone’s involved,” Saavedra says. “I didn’t want it to be my thing or his thing. We’re basically throwing an epic party for our family and friends.”. Most wedding planners see this as a good thing. Moira Gubbins, longtime owner of Parties, Parties, Parties in San Francisco, says most of her clients are in their 30s and 40s, well-established and know what they want in an event. She thinks it’s great to get both participants’ views.