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Sacramento Philharmonic Orchestra’s Tempo hosts Night of Hidden Meanings

Tempo, the Sacramento Philharmonic’s young professionals group, will host a fundraising “sneak peek” event at Tequila Museo Mayahuel from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, April 7, to support the Philharmonic and promote the orchestra’s April 9 “Hidden Meanings” concert.

Tempo is a volunteer organization composed of local professionals dedicated to supporting local cultural arts through the Sacramento Philharmonic Orchestra (SPO) by hosting cocktail mixers in conjunction with philharmonic concerts, raising awareness for the SPO and its community engagements, cultural outreach and educational programs. Each event is themed around individual concerts and highlights a local venue or community within Sacramento.

Tempo’s next fundraiser, Night of Hidden Meanings, will shine a spotlight on the downtown area, in salute to California’s dedicated legislature. April 9 SPO special guest artist Joseph Johnson will be in attendance.

Night of Hidden Meanings will be held at Tequila Museo Mayahuel, the new restaurant/bar promising to spice up the corner of 12th and K Street. The restaurant pays tribute to Mexican culture through tequila, and will feature an open kitchen, a menu designed around fresh, organic ingredients, art and a tequila museum. Tickets are $25 in advance and $30 at door and include a special preview of Mayahuel’s menu and a signature Mayahuel margarita. Tickets can be purchased at www.sacphil.org.

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