A Decision on Decorations

Decisions, Decisions, Decisions!

Roses or hydrangeas? With ribbons or without? Extra sparkle or just sparkle? The black and white theme chosen for June 2's Symphony Salon is of course carried through in the table decorations for dinner. Cathy Trombetta, chair for the event, says those attending may choose Gatsby-style or black and white attire if they wish to coordinate with the theme. Only 150 admissions will be sold for the luxe event at Greystone, the Shadyside mansion that Michael L. Benedum commissioned in 1915. Information available at https://www.PittsburghSymphonyAssociation.org

Membership Has Its Privileges

New Member Tea and Duquesne Club Art Tour

(Photos courtesy Mary Jane Bent)

Sometimes the benefits of PSA Membership are more than musical, 

Membership Vice President Diane Unkovic arranged a brief spring tour of the Duquesne Club's fabled art collection followed by tea.

Music lovers are quite often art lovers. Diane, Cathy Trombetta and Susanne Wilkinson are also docents for the Club's art collection tours and led both new and current members on the tour.

An array of delectable tea sandwiches and desserts awaited tour goers in the Library. The highlight of our membership events is always the wonderful conversation and camaraderie we enjoy as we get to know our fellow members.