Monster’s Ball 10/25/12 7PM The Orpheus Club of Phila

To My Favorite Witches and Wizards,
The bewitching hour is upon us…
The Young Friends of the Academy of Music
present the 2nd Annual
Monster’s Ball
Thursday, October 25th
The Orpheus Club of Philadelphia
254 S. Van Pelt Street
Philadelphia, PA 19013
 Costumed guests will enjoy frightfully delicious bites and wickedly
strong spirits provided by Philadelphia Distilling Co.  Performance
bartenders will tempt you with their skills and DJ Adrian Hardy will
give you chills.
The most spooktacular costumes will win scary good prizes! 
Enter into the costume contest in support of the Young Friend’s Restoration Fund
and win prizes, like a pair of Prada sunglasses courtesy of Precision Watches & Jewelry.

You won’t want to miss this bloody good time.  

You won’t want to miss this bloody good time.  
Co Chairs: Teresa C. Nino & Samuel M.V. Hamilton III
Tickets are $65 and are all inclusive.
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About Academy of Music

as “The Grand Old Lady of Locust Street,” the Academy of Music is the
oldest grand opera house in the United States still used for its
original purpose. Each January, the Anniversary Concert and Ball is
the primary annual fundraising event for this National Historic
Landmark, original home of The Philadelphia Orchestra and current home
to resident companies The Opera Company of Philadelphia and The
Pennsylvania Ballet.  Proceeds provide the restoration and preservation
support necessary to maintain the Academy of Music as an architectural
and cultural jewel and a tremendous source of pride for our region.  For
more information please visit

support of the Young Friends of the Academy of Music is a crucial part
of ensuring that this iconic building—that has been an integral part of
the fabric of Philadelphia’s arts and culture community for more than a
century and a half—continues for generations to come. The Young Friends
are truly the future of the Academy of Music!