Join us in downtown Boston for an evening of wine tasting, music, and light bites to benefit the Boston Civic Symphony.
All wines served are rated 90 points and above. For the Grand Cru table, orchestra member and board secretary Kerry Thompson has chosen a unique selection of collectible wines, all rated 95-100 points.
Please note that no tickets will be printed for this event.
Please be prepared to show identification at the security desk in the downstairs lobby of Two International Place. From there, take the elevator to the thirteenth floor to the Eaton Vance offices, where there will be a check-in desk.
If you have purchased a Grand Cru ticket, you will be issued a badge giving you access to the Grand Cru table. Should you wish, you may upgrade from a regular to a Grand Cru ticket when you arrive. Cash, checks payable to “Boston Civic Symphony,” and major credit cards will be accepted.
The fair market value of goods received for this event is the following: Regular Ticket – $35 / Grand Cru Ticket – $75
Directions to Eaton Vance Management, 2 International Place, Boston
From the North
Take 93 South to Exit 24A, Government Center. Take a left at the end of the ramp. Go through six (6) sets of lights. International Place, consisting of two cylindrical towers, is the property on your right.
From the South
Take 93 North to Exit 23, Government Center. Follow Government Center/Aquarium sign (left lane). Take left onto Surface Road. Go through seven (7) sets of lights. International Place, consisting of two cylindrical towers, is the property on your right.
International Place is located in the Financial District, at the corner of High and Oliver Streets, which is adjacent to the Central Artery. Convenient public transportation stops are the Red Line at South Station, the Green Line at Government Center, the Orange Line at State Street and the Blue Line at State Street and Aquarium.
The International Place Parking Garage is located on 55 Purchase Street. Parking after 4:00pm is $12.
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The Boston Civic Symphony
P.O. Box 1082
Brookline, MA 02446
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About Boston Civic Symphony
Founded in 1924 by the late educator, conductor and composer, Joseph Wagner, the Boston Civic Symphony is the second oldest symphony orchestra in the city. As one of Boston’s most respected musical organizations, the Civic has distinguished itself from other local musical groups through its focus on presenting an unusually broad range of music performed by exceptionally skilled students and amateurs, and through its emphasis on developing a broad-based audience.
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