Friday October 17, 2014 from 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM PDT
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SBVC Auditorium 
701 S. Mt. Vernon Avenue
San Bernardino, CA 92410

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Laura Gowen 
San Bernardino Valley College Foundation 


SBVC Auditorium Grand Reopening 

 Join us for the Grand Reopening of the SBVC Auditorium on Friday, October 17th. The San Bernardino Symphony Orchestra, with lead violinist, William Hagen (just 21 years old) and Conductor Frank Fetta will usher in a new era, as they perform pieces from Tchaikovsky and Dvorak. They will be joind by the choral scholars lead by Mattie Scully.

An expanded stage, restored stained glass, and reconditioned wood-paneled ceiling are just some of the recent enhancements to our historic auditorium. Lighting and technology upgrades bring the auditorium up to date, including viewing platforms for wheelchairs, handicap accessible ramps and a new elevator. With seating for nearly 600, this historic building is ready to show San Bernardino and the Inland Empire exactly how to entertain! Tickets, program ads and sponsorships are available!

Ticket Prices: Students $10 (performance only, student ID required upon check in), General Public (performance only) $25.00, VIP Tickets (meet and greet reception and performance) $100.

VIP Recetption starts at 5 pm with heavy hors d'oeuvres, created and served by our culinary arts students, along with wine, beer (with proper ID) and non-alcoholic beverages available for those who purchase VIP tickets or are a sponsor. The San Bernardino Symphony Orchestra starts at 7pm sharp, with doors opening at 6:30 pm. Coffee and dessert will be provided at the end of the evening for all guests. Sponsorships are available. Please contact the Foundation Office for more information. This is a fundraising event to support student scholarships and programs.

Additionally, our "Adopt-A-Seat" Program has returned! Donors can "purchase" or sponsor seats in the auditorium and have their name placed on the back of the seat on a gold plaque. Pricing ranges from $100-$250/per seat. Please contact the Foundation Office if you would like to support this program.