On Wednesday, December 14th, 2016, The American Austrian Foundation will once again host the annual “Music for Medicine” concert and dinner celebrating the 23th Anniversary of the Salzburg Medical Seminars of the Open Medical Institute, at Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully Hall.
The Salzburg Medical Seminars is a postgraduate education program that provides physicians from countries in transition one week intensive seminars taught by faculty members from Weill Cornell Medical College and its affiliated hospitals, as well as other academic institutions, which brings them up-to-date on new methodologies and best practices in their medical specialties.
The evening will begin with a concert in the Alice Tully Hall, featuring members of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra performing the Johannes Brahms Piano Quintet.
Ticket prices start at $ 53.74 each (“Friends Tickets”) and can be ordered >>here.
Following the concert, dinner will be served, with a live auction to follow. Among the items up for grabs are a night at the Metropolitan Opera (includes dinner for two at Bar Boulud & two tickets to Verdi’s Rigoletta), a case of Stiegl Beer, a Mountain Bike from Porsche, a private wine tasting with Le Bernadin’s acclaimed Austrian sommelier Aldo Sohm, a Leica camera and a number of other fantastic items. There is also a raffle with jewelry from Atelier Swarovski, cufflinks from A.E. Koechert, crystal from Lobmeyr, and much, much more!
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