Dressed in their Sunday finery, guests joined the South Florida Symphony Orchestra (SFSO) for a “Breakfast at Tiffany Brunch & Fashion Show” fundraiser at Bahia Mar and enjoyed music, a fashion show, exclusive shopping and bubbly on the waterfront with a special performance by Erika Norell as Holly Golightly who rocked the runway and opened the show in drag-a-licious style. “As we celebrate our successful 24th season series, we’re thrilled to present our ‘Breakfast at Tiffany’ Sunday fun day of fine food and fashion to benefit the South Florida Symphony Orchestra,” said Jacqueline Lorber, CEO and president of South Florida Symphony Orchestra. “We invite the community to join us on Fort Lauderdale’s famous Intracoastal waterfront for a delightful afternoon of music, mimosas and shopping with our most glamorous hostess and drag performer, Erika Norell.” South Florida Symphony Orchestra, recently named Broward Center for the Performing Arts’ first Partner in the Arts for its affiliated $30 million renovated venue, The Parker, recently concluded its 2021-22 season in spectacular style. Next up are its Summer Series Chamber Music Concerts. The South Florida Symphony Orchestra’s “Breakfast at Tiffany Brunch & Fashion Show” fundraiser was sponsored by Wonderland, Flora Ottimer, Hoffman’s Chocolates, Olivier Salon & Spa, Plumme & Petal, Provacativo Champagne, ShaMoon, Tops & Bottoms Men’s Boutique and Woof Gang Bakery & Grooming. Founded in 1997 in Key West by Music Director Maestra Sebrina María Alfonso, the now Wilton Manors-based South Florida Symphony Orchestra (SFSO) is dedicated to providing enriching cultural music experiences to residents and visitors in Monroe, Miami-Dade and Broward Counties. Guided by the belief that music is pivotal to thriving communities, SFSO brings vibrancy and engagement with the arts via innovative programming and transformative educational initiatives. A pioneer in its commitment to symphonic music for underserved communities, its Symphony in the Schools program has touched the lives of more than 85,000 students since its inception in 1997. SFSO was recently named the first Partner in the Arts for The Parker by the Broward Center for the Performing Arts and has been recognized by the Broward County Cultural Division as a “Major Cultural Institution,” one of only a handful of organizations to be so honored.
Photos courtesy of Michael Todd