Upcoming Phoenix Ivy Council feature event:

Piano Concert, Art Show and Social Mixer – On Friday, October 27, 2017, the Phoenix Ivy Council will be partnering with the Marshall Gallery of Fine Art to host a Tavit Tashjian piano concert and art show. Tavit Tashjian has soloed with symphonies across the United States and is receiving accolades for his performances, which have been praised as “brilliant” and “energetic and virtuosic.” The piano concert will be follow by an art show featuring presentations by prominent artists of paintings, drawings, sculpture and jewelry.   The alumni reception before the concert will offer a healthy assortment of tasty appetizers and wine generously sponsored by Malee’s Thai Bistro.

100% of the charity event’s net proceeds are dedicated to helping to create jobs and to providing therapeutic music and dance enrichment activities for adults with developmental disabilities and for veterans.

Link to Concert and Art Show Registration



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The Phoenix Ivy Council aims to foster local social, cultural, educational, and civic activities benefiting the development of greater Phoenix. It is perhaps the only group of its kind in the country, representing nearly 16,000 alums from 32 university affiliated alumni clubs residing in the greater Phoenix area and Arizona at large.

These 32 university affiliated alumni clubs are members of: the Ivy League, MIT, Stanford, Seven Sisters, Northwestern, University of Chicago, Washington University in St. Louis, and the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC).

The Phoenix Ivy Council is managed by a board of directors, which is comprised of representatives of its participating alum groups, and is funded by donations, sponsorships and income generated as a result of its events, not through individual dues.

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