Bvlgari Presents The Fifth Annual Notable Occasion


    [Carrie Cloud, Annabelle Vartanian, and Kristian Laliberte. Photos by Daniel Warrington]

    Last Thursday, the Carnegie Hall Notables presented the Fifth Annual Notable Occasion, a musical evening hosted and exclusively underwritten by Nicola Bulgari. Over 500 guests enjoyed a concert in Zankel Hall featuring works by Haydn and Shostakovich performed by members of Ensemble ACJW. Immediately following the concert was an exclusive cocktail reception at Remi Restaurant where guests had the opportunity to meet the musicians.Steered by a diverse group of New York socialites and musical artists, the Notables Committee includes Carnegie Hall Notable Co-Chairs Cody Franchetti and Jimmy Zankel as well as Executive Committee members Carrie Cloud, Lara Meiland-Shaw, and Mary Wible Vertin.

    The Carnegie Hall Notables is a membership group specifically created for music enthusiasts in their 20s and 30s. The Notables program celebrates music through intimate discussions with world-famous composers and musicians, concerts, private performances, and exclusive Notables-only social gatherings throughout New York City. Members are given access to experience all types of music—both traditional and contemporary. Contributions to the Notables support the vital music education programs of The Weill Music Institute at Carnegie Hall, which annually serves over 115,000 children, students, teachers, parents, young music professionals, and adults in the New York City metropolitan area, across the United States, and around the world.

    Nick Canellakis, Joanna Frankel, Angelia Cho, Nicola Bulgari, Angelina Gadeliya, and Brenton Caldwell

    Timothe Grahm, Victoria Koos, Daniel Montilla, Carleth Keys

    David Moradi and Ellen Yang

    Nicola Bulgari, Clive Gillinson, Caitlin Graiter, Ameesh Kapoor

    Cari Arkin and Benjamin Hickler

    Carin Cahn and Noah Landow

    Angelina Gadeliya and Nick Canellakis