Serenade at CMS

Jim O'Shaughnessy, Ron Howard, Missy O'Shaughnessy and Cheryl Howard
Wu Han, David Finckel, Suzanne Davidson and Peter Frelinghuysen
Philip K. Howard and Frederick Iseman

It doesn’t get better than an evening of Brahms in Manhattan, and that’s what patrons of The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center enjoyed (Allegro non troppo from the Piano Quintet in F minor, to be precise) at the society’s spring gala last Tuesday. The black-tie event in The Appel Room at Frederick P. Rose Hall honored Frederick Iseman, founder of CI Capital Partners, and board chairman Peter Frelinghuysen, while raising more more than $1 million.

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