Musicale Series

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An afternoon of classical piano music to benefit the McLean Orchestra.

You are cordially invited to join us for
an enchanting afternoon of champagne, piano and wine

Fantasie Musicale

Featuring
Ken Iisaka, piano
Sponsored by Linda & Wayne Sharp

Sunday, January 29, 2017
3:00 PM – VIP Champagne reception
3:45 PM – General admission
4:00 PM – Concert
5:00 PM – Wine Reception

Carderock Falls Manor
1323 Calder Road
McLean, VA
(parking on street, church and bank lots)

Level & Benefits of Contributions
Presenting Sponsor- 2,500 ($1,840 is tax deductible)
Three tables for four (one on stage, two next to stage), VIP champagne reception,
full back page AD in program, program listing and wine reception

Champagne Sponsor- $1,500 ($1,170 is tax deductible)
Table for six, VIP champagne reception, half page AD in program, program listing
and wine reception

Reception Sponsor- $1,000 ($670 is tax deductible)
Table for six, VIP champagne reception, program listing and wine reception

Individual Tickets- $125 ($70 is tax deductible)
concert and wine reception

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Seating is limited to only 60!
To reserve sponsorships or tickets:
Please use links above or call: 703-893-8646 or Email

iisaka

 Ken Iisaka- San Jose, CA
Born in Japan, Ken Iisaka started taking piano lessons at age 4.  He once dreamed of becoming a professional concert pianist, but computers captured his brain, if not his heart.  He spend over 20 years working as a software engineer at financial institutions, then more recently at a series of Silicon Valley start-up firms.  Yet his love of piano and music is only increasing, after a particularly challenging and painful period.  Despite suffering great losses, music has become an even stronger and faithful companion to his life.

Anecdote:  My program reflects different periods of my life.  The preliminary represents my innocence and excitements as a young adult.  The semifinal program reflects the youthful newness, ecstasy, and triumphs I experienced as an adult.  The final program emulates the devastating struggles and the subsequent transfiguration in recent years.

 

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