Nutcracker Open


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November 2, 2020
Tee Times Start 11:30 AM
Rolling Hills Country Club

$400/team  $100/golfer

PIROUETTE SPONSOR
$5000 | 2 Available
Includes: 2 Foursomes, 2 Holes
Dinner Sponsor or Lunch Sponsor
Listing in Nutcracker Ballet Program
Recognition at Nutcracker Open

ARABESQUE SPONSOR
$3000 | 3 Available
Includes: 2 Foursomes, 2 Holes
Listing in Nutcracker Ballet Program
Recognition at Nutcracker Open

 

PLIÉ SPONSOR
$1000 | Unlimited
Includes: 1 foursome, 1 hole
Listing in Nutcracker Ballet Program
Recognition at Nutcracker Open

The Nutcracker Open Golf Tournament is a benefit for the Union County Youth Ballet production of The Nutcracker—to provide live music by Union Symphony Orchestra. It is held the first Monday of November at Rolling Hills Country Club.

For more information, visit NutcrackerOpen.com.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nutcracker Open Sponsors


ARC Technology
Car Fax
Chris Long, CPA, PC
Helms Heating and Air
Hendrick Automotive Group
Hilton Vineyards
Hinson Electric
ITCO
Love & Hutaff, PLLC
Pete’s Used Cars
Robbins & Associates
Rowell’s Truck Accesories
Lunch Sponsor
McAlister’s Deli
Beverage Sponsor
J.D. Kisella

 

Great appreciation to our Nutcracker Open volunteers: David Brandt, Robin Brandt, Julie Helms, Angelia Hudson, Christopher Long, Brian McMaster, Donna Norwood, Jimmy Norwood, Mary Ann Rasberry, and Kim Wolfe.

Union Symphony is pleased to partner with Union County Youth Ballet for their production of The Nutcracker. With your help, we raise funds to support this production.

 

Photos by David Brandt

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Union Symphony and Union County Youth Ballet are 501(c)(3) nonprofit arts organizations.

12Union Symphony & Union County Youth Ballet perform The Nutcracker at The Batte Center, Wingate University

Union Symphony is pleased to partner with the Union County Youth Ballet for their production of The Nutcracker by Piotr Tchaikovsky.

Based on the story by E. T. A. Hoffmann and choreographed by Marius Petipa, this ballet has been delighting audiences since 1892. The magical story of young Clara and the toys under her family’s Christmas Tree—The Nutcracker in battle with the Mouse King and their travel to the Land of Sweets—includes some of the best-loved melodies ever written. In Tchaikovsky’s colorful score (“Waltz of the Flowers”, “Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy”), both the celesta and bass clarinet were introduced to the symphony orchestra.

In present times, less dance companies are able to present the The Nutcracker with live orchestra, as it was intended. With huge gratitude to The Nutcracker Open Golf Committee, it is a privilege that the Union Symphony Orchestra will collaborate with the Union County Youth Ballet on this delightful endeavor!