Mainly Mozart’s major donors gather for intimate concert

Pianist Reiko Uchida and violinist Jessica Lee performed at the Mainly Mozart Club Amadeus patron donors event, which was held April 5 at the La Jolla home of Victor Fargo.

Uchida is the first-prize winner of the Joanna Hodges Piano Competition, and Lee is the first-prize winner of the 2005 Concert Artists Guild International Competition.

Club Amadeus members are Mainly Mozart’s major donor group. The club was formed in 1991 and provides members with perks such as VIP ticket subscriptions to the Mainly Mozart Festival, which is being held June 6-20 at the Balboa Theatre this year.

For more information visit www.mainlymozart.org.

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