CSMA’s Got Talent 2017
Sunday, April 2, 2017 4:30pm – 8:30pm Computer History Museum, Mountain View
Enjoy an evening of amazing performances and dazzling art to support our programs for young musicians and artists!
CSMA’s Got Talent features incredible musical performances by CSMA’s talented student musicians and world-class faculty, as well as an art showcase with rising star student artists. This special evening also includes
- Specialty cocktails
- Elegant dinner paired with fine wine
- Live and silent auctions featuring amazing vacations, fine wine and unique dining experiences
The evening provides fun for all while raising money to support student financial aid, scholarships and school program subsidies.
CSMA’s annual celebration draws over 250 guests from Silicon Valley - a wonderful mix of arts supporters, community leaders and local philanthropists. Last year’s event sold out, so purchase your tickets early.
CSMA is pleased to recognize John E. McGuirk for his leadership in arts advocacy. John is the Program Director of Performing Arts at the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, where he works with nearly 250 performing arts grant recipients. John is an articulate and visionary advocate for the arts, having the unique perspective of both an insider and a funder. His prior experience includes six years as a CSMA staff member.
Show your support for the arts with a sponsorship of CSMA’s Got Talent!
Last year’s corporate sponsors included: Applied Materials, ASAP, Asset Management Company, Boston Private Bank & Trust Company, Coldwell Banker, Google, Prometheus, Sares Regis Group of Northern California, Union Bank of California, the Village at San Antonio Center, and the Wilson Sonsini Goodrich Rosati Foundation.
Tickets are now available!
- Individual tickets: $250/ticket
- Sponsored tables of 10 are available. Click here for information.
Are you or a family member currently enrolled at CSMA? Discounted tickets ($150/ticket) are available by contacting Alison Dombroski at 650.917.6800, ext. 311.