Student Scholarships provide critical support for gifted young musicians as they prepare for meaningful careers in music. The Bowdoin International Music Festival offers a new generation of artists a renowned program of music study and performance. Your contribution to the Festival’s Scholarship Fund invests in the future of superb classical music in Maine and around the world.
Tuesday, June 27
Moulton Union, Bowdoin College
Reception & Dinner
Reception: 6:00 PM
Dinner: 7:00–8:30 PM
Prepared by the award-winning Bowdoin College Dining Service.
Featuring 2023 Young Artists
Pat Brown, 2023 Gala Honoree
We will have the immense pleasure of honoring Festival trustee Pat Brown at this year’s Gala. When Pat moved to Brunswick after a distinguished career in New York as an editor for Bon Appétit, Cuisine, and HarperCollins, the Festival became the focus of her volunteer life. Pat’s longtime dedication to student scholarship has transformed the lives of so many rising young artists by giving them the opportunity to attend the Festival. Ever since she spearheaded the first Scholarship Gala, she has inspired others to join her in supporting our remarkable musicians.
Please contact Nick Smolenski, Development Manager, with questions about this year’s Gala or to purchase tickets over the phone: 207-373-1440.
Thank you to the Gala Committee and our Underwriters!
Lorna Brown Flynn
Gold ($3,500 and up)
Dr. and Mrs. Peter C. LeBourdais & Dr. and Mrs. Ivan Soberanes, in honor of Pat Brown
Michael & Claudia Spies
Katharine J. Watson, in honor of Pat Brown
Nancy Rutledge Connery, in honor of Pat Brown
Lorna & Jack Flynn
Peter & Harriette Griffin
Kent & Natalie Mitchell
Barbara & John Norton
Hugh & Norma Phelps
Bill & Mary Earl Rogers
Elliot Rosen & Sharon Cohen
Shawnee Sax, in honor of Pat Brown
Dick Stephenson, in memory of Ann Stephenson
Dominique van de Stadt & Octavio Pajaro
Keiko & Phillip Ying