Take your seat at San Francisco’s Herbst Theatre and Green Room in the War Memorial Building this Sunday for an afternoon of glorious music for the love of pets.

Emmy® Award-winning conductor George Daugherty and producer David Ka Lik Wong lead internationally-celebrated classical and opera talents – all to benefit the critical shelter and veterinary needs of Pets Unlimited animals. Experience the spectrum of music including Mozart, Richard Strauss, Lerner and Lowe, Verdi, Vivaldi, Peggy Lee, Jake Heggie, and the beloved, “Pooch-ini.”

Unlike any other benefit of its kind, the Animals and the Arts Concert features such an eclectic mix of talent. With a debut performance by mezzo-soprano opera star Jennifer Holloway to concert pianists and cellists to a 30-member chamber orchestra comprised of members of The San Francisco Symphony, The San Francisco Opera and Ballet Orchestras, The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, and The Los Angeles Philharmonic. All artists in this impressive line-up are donating 100% of their time and talent for pets in need.

Support this fantastic family-friendly fundraiser by purchasing tickets to the event. If you can’t make it to the concert, purchase raffle tickets for great prizes at Pets Unlimited (raffle tickets are also available at the concert). There’s no need to be present to win, but don’t miss out. It’s sure to be the most incredible benefit you’ve attended for a love of pets.


The Scoop:

Animals and the Arts Concert, Sunday, October 19th, 2 p.m.
Ticket prices start at $35 or $100 including an Artists Reception.  Children under 12 receive a 15% discount and contributions over $50 per person are tax-deductible.

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