Tertulia Patron - Tickets by Table
As a Tertulia Patron, we will reserve your entire table in advance. In exchange for your tax-deductible donation, we invite you and your guests (4 people) to enjoy dinner and the concert from the best table in the restaurant. For more information on becoming a Tertulia Patron, please email email@example.com.
Tertulia Sponsor $100
- Dinner, a Harding's specialty cocktail on the house and the best seats reserved.
- $20 tax deductible donation.
Thank you. By purchasing Sponsor level tickets, you contribute substantially to making our vision a reality. The Tertulia staff and Board of Directors is made up entirely of volunteers, including Artistic Director, Julia Villagra. Therefore, 100% of your donation goes to the musicians and to the production cost of the concert.
Dinner Included $80*
- Dinner included
- Guaranteed seating
*Discounted dinner ticket available for $60 in the Back of the House. Moderately obstructed view, but same beautiful sound!
General Entry $25
- Standing room at bar and/or first come first serve bar seating
- Dinner is not included in a General Entry ticket
Please save the date for our spring Tertulia on May 19 at 8 p.m. Our gracious host for this upcoming concert will be Harding’s, a beautiful restaurant located in Flatiron. Harding’s rugged American décor and menu pairs perfectly with our American-themed program which features the works of Charles Ives, Antonín Dvořák, and Alan Louis Smith. Tertulia is thrilled to welcome mezzo-soprano, Daryl Freedman. Ms. Freedman will be joining us to perform selections from Alan Louis Smith's Vignettes - Covered Wagon Woman, a song cycle from the journal of pioneer woman Margaret A. Frink (1850) and one of the earliest accounts of the Oregon Trail.
Tertulia @ Harding's
32 E 21st Street
Between Park Ave & Broadway
May 19, 2013 | 8:00 p.m.
Buy Tickets Here: www.tertulia51913.eventbrite.com
Alan Louis Smith Vignettes - Covered Wagon Woman
Dvořák Viola Quintet
Ives Piano Trio