S.F. Symphony Reopening Gala
Let the Music Play
The San Francisco Symphony and Music Director Esa-Pekka Salonen kicked off their second season together with the celebratory Re-Opening Night on October 1. The night’s celebrations began with an elegant sparkling wine welcome and continued with the festive outdoor after-party following the concert. Proceeds from Re-Opening Night benefit the symphony’s myriad artistic, education and community programs.
Hosted by the Yountville Chamber of Commerce and mayor John Dunbar, guests were treated to a ribbon cutting and a grand opening ceremony as Cornerstone Cellars, celebrating its 30th anniversary, and women’s travel lifestyle clothing brand TINA Stephens moved into their new shared space in Yountville’s historic train depot.