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The piece depicts the phoenix, symbolizing the rebirth of our orchestra. Other elements include a view of Clinton Square around 1878, an excerpt from Sean O’Loughlin’s fanfare “Symphoria,” and various orchestral instruments. DETAILS: size: 36” x 24”, framed in oak, suitable for hanging or installation in a window. The Syracuse Sounds of Music Association, Inc. is sponsoring this raffle. It is made possible by artist Robert Oddy’s generous gift of this commemorative piece, approximate value $10,000. Robert Oddy has been making stained glass windows since 1983. He is famous for the subtlety and sense of depth in his pieces as well for his innovative techniques. His work can be found from Hawaii to the East Coast as well as in Canada and England. He teaches occasional intensive workshops around the country and has published many articles in stained glass magazines. Web site: www.RobertOddy.com Facebook: Robert Oddy Stained Glass
WE HAVE A WINNER! Linda L. Saul, a member of the Syracuse Pops Chorus, was the happy recipient of the drawing held on May 16, at the Encore Shop in Fayetteville. The drawing was conducted by a random-number-generating computer program, overseen by members of the Board of Directors and an attorney. The presentation was made that evening at the final concert of Symphoria's season, at the Civic Center. A check for $15,200 was presented to Jon Garland as representative of the orchestra.