25 Sep Got Light at the San Francisco Symphony Gala
Got Light was honored to design the lighting for another stunning Opening Night Gala for the San Francisco Symphony!
The San Francisco Symphony Opening Night Gala celebrated the opening of their 107th season with a gala adorned with symbols of peace, beauty, and art, masterfully conceived by Event Designers, Blueprint Studios.
The event spanned 5 venues and welcomed over 3500 guests to celebrate an evening with Michael Tilson Thomas’ Symphony.
The dinner tent was adorned with over 350 custom illuminated pendants that evoked elegance and whimsy, creating a dark and sexy floral wonderland. While guests enjoyed a special live performance by Itzak Perlman, the tent transformed into a lush after party marked with dark and sultry indigo and purple tones.
Across the street at San Francisco’s majestic City Hall, the building was aglow in warm golds, burgundies, and blush pinks complementing Blueprint Studios’ Beaux Arts design details. The walls of the Rotunda were branded with stunning custom floral imagery to match the invitations and posters of this year’s gala.
Meanwhile, the VIP after-party held backstage at SF Symphony’s Zellerbach Rehearsal Hall greeted guests with a jaw-dropping wall of chandeliers featuring over 50 various shapes and sizes, totaling over 47,000 watts!
Proceeds from the opening night gala benefit the San Francisco Symphony’s artistic, education, and community programs, which serve nearly 100,000 children, students, educators, and families in the Bay Area annually.
Photography by Show Ready Photo