Mozart lovers gather for ‘Amadeus 2009′

Patrons of Mainly Mozart gathered Feb. 7 at the Paradise Point Resort & Spa for “Amadeus 2009.”

The black-tie event was themed “Mozart, Music and Love” and included a cocktail reception featuring Tommy Bahama Rum, appetizers, a silent auction, dinner and a concert featuring Mainly Mozart musicians.

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