Lunch with the Maestros

You are cordially invited to join us for the third annual Consort Chorale Luncheon with the Maestros on Sunday, July 17, from noon to 3 p.m., at The Club Restaurant at McInnis Park, 350 Smith Ranch Road, San Rafael.

Deadline to RSVP has been extended to July 12th.

Scroll to the bottom for ticket purchasing information.

2019 Lunch with the Maestros
Lunch with the Maestros 2019, photo credit Will Toft

Consort Board member and journalist Lily O’Brien will interview and facilitate a lively discussion between Allan Petker and Dr. Jennaya Robison, our Summer 2022 Consort Guest Conductor, which is certain to be interesting, educational, and entertaining.

Jennaya is currently the Director of Choral Studies and Professor of Choral Music at the University of Missouri-Kansas City Conservatory. One of the leading choral directors in North America, she is consistently in demand as a clinician, both nationally and internationally, and is also an acclaimed soprano.

The fee for the luncheon is $75 per person and menu choices are below. Salad, coffee and dessert are also included: 

  • Chicken piccata
  • Grilled salmon, mango papaya salsa
  • BBQ tri-tip
  • Veggie pasta pomodoro

You must both buy tickets and send your menu choice to Betsy Levine-Proctor at 415-497-6634, or email her with this link: Betsy Levine-Proctor by July 12. This information is required by the restaurant to reserve your meal.

You can buy your tickets by using the form below, or by sending a check to: Consort Chorale, Inc., P.O. Box 9212, San Rafael, CA 94912 (please indicate how many tickets, and whether you are including an additional donation.)

2022 Lunch with the Maestros

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We hope to see you on July 17 for the luncheon and August 14 for the concert.

All participants need to be fully vaccinated.