Symphony Seaside Swing

September 11, 2021

5:30 – 8:30 PM

The Bay Club at Mattapoisett

Due to the generosity of our early supporters, Symphony Seaside Swing with Poolside Bling and Your Favorite Things is Sold Out! We are so grateful for this unprecedented level of sponsorship by both individuals and businesses, and are so gratified for this show of support by the community!

We apologize to those who are unable to purchase admission, but we hope you will consider participating in our online auction (preview available soon) or making a 100% tax-deductible donation to the NBSO. All proceeds support our nationally recognized educational programs, our amazing concert series, and our numerous performances that are free to the public.  As tickets sometimes do become available closer to the event, please contact Sarah at if you wish to join the waiting list. If available, tickets will be $225 each.

We appreciate your continued support!

Thank you,

The Symphony Seaside Swing Committee: Margot Stone and Ann Ziegler (Co-Chairs), Marlissa Briggett, Barbara Gee, Nan Johnson, Susan Mead, Joyce LeBlanc, Pam Norweb, Sandria Parsons, Maryellen Shachoy, Joan Underwood & Jamie Wiksten

Thank you to our Symphony Seaside Swing 2021 Supporters!

I Have Confidence
Heather Parsons and Andy Kotsatos
Ann and Hans Ziegler

Climb Every Mountain
Joel and Lisa Alvord
Nancy and John Braitmayer
Kenneth and Wendy Joblon
Ray and Helen Killian
Geoff and Judy Swett
Patty Wylde

Gail Davidson
Merry’s Community Gift (Ralph Eustis)
Susan Leclair and James Griffith
Sandria Parsons
David and Mary Pendergrass
Nancy and Tom Barry
Joan Underwood and Geoffrey Taylor

Going on Sixteen
Jan and Chuck Bichsel
Ellen and Tom Bowler
Betty Ann and Jack Cannell
Dr. Sally Conkright and William Rogerson
Priscilla and Allan Ditchfield
Drs. Albert and Cynthia Fox
Richard and Sharon Grahn
Polly and Prentiss Higgins
Mary Lapointe and James Mattitore
Frances Levin
Dr. John and Nancy Mills
Pam and Harry Norweb
Don and Genie Rice
Maryellen Sullivan Shachoy
Meg and Barry Steinberg
Margot Stone
Mallory and John Waterman
John and Mallory Waterman

My Favorite Things
Meg and Bob Ackerman
John and Patricia Baillieul
Toby Baker
Michael and Margie Baldwin
Virginia and Robert Becher
Mary Jean and Bill Blasdale
Janet and Bill Coquillette
Bob Booth and Brownwen Cunningham
Emmanuel and Andrea Daskalakis
Helen DeGroot
Mary Dermody and Lawrence Kupferschmidt

My Favorite Things (continued)
Carol and Jim Dildine
Breck and Jeanne Eagle
Michael A. Esposito and Cynthia Redel
Vera C. Gibbons
John and Anne Gorczyca
Dorothy A. Hebden Heath
Dr. Edward Hoffer
Nan Johnson and Alan Minard
Sally Johnston
Trudy Kingery
Anna and Sam Knight
Peter and Diane Lafond
Edith Lauderdale, Alan Lauderdale
Anne and Ricard Lucas
John and Katie Mannix
Holly and Joe McDonough
Susan and Dexter Mead
Ed Ottensmeyer and Anne Donnellon
Karen and James Prieur
Judith and Robert Rosbe
Heather and Kitt Sawitsky
Paul and Karen Snyder
Sharlie Sudduth
Richard Tabors and Mary Ellen Lees
Henry and Marion Wainer
Rillis and Robbie Watkins
Marjorie Waite and Neal Weiss

Dana Anderson
Hope Lincoln Baker
Dr. Peter Compisano and Joyce Tower
Sheila Powers Converse
Lynn Crocker
Andrew and Barbara Dadagian
John and Pam Evans
Kathy Reed
Terrence and Barbara Reideler
Norma Olivier Warburton

The Bay Club at Mattapoisett
Chase Canopy
Minuteman Press Dartmouth
Photography by Richard Van Inwegen

Corporate Sponsors:
Baldwin Brothers
BayCoast Bank
Southcoast Health


A special thank you to everyone who supports our annual Symphony Seaside Swing!  You are all instrumental (pun intended!) in making this event a huge success!

Thank you to our wonderful Seaside Swing Committee and a special thank you to Barbara Gee for her creative ideas and designs for our Seaside Swing theme, Barbara’s assistant Jamie Wiksten, photographer Richard Van Inwegen for volunteering to capture the essence of the evening for us, The Bay Club at Mattapoisett, and all of our silent auction donors.

Proceeds support the NBSO educational programs and concerts series.

Your donations make possible our innovative educational programs.

Our educational programs serve over 25,000 children a year, and we are recognized nationally for our innovative approach and high impact. We all know of the documented benefits of children learning music, and we firmly believe that by introducing classical music to a new generation of students through our programs, we are helping them to make critical connections between music and their everyday lives, making their NBSO experience enriching on multiple levels.

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