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Posted on: May 12, 2016

An Evening in Seville

Christopher McGuire

Former Mayor Scott Bradley and his wife Kelly, with support from the Westlake Public Arts Program and many other sponsors, invite you to "An Evening in Seville" from 5 to 8 p.m., Sunday, May 15, at the Bradley's historic home, Paigebrooke Farm - 1 Paigebrooke, Westlake, TX 76262.

Enjoy a brief Concert by International Artist, Classical Guitarist Christopher McGuire, who has performed hundreds of solo concerts in the United States, Mexico, Japan, Venezuela, Germany, Spain and the Canary Islands. McGuire has played his guitar for presidents of the United States of America and Mexico, three former governors of Texas and members of the Spanish Royal Family. Also recently added to the line-up, world famous classical guitarist Carlos Lima from Brazil.

While at the event, tour the Bradley's unique home, designed by famed architect Charles Stevens Dilbeck and built in 1938 for Ted Dealey, former publisher of the Dallas Morning News. This beautiful home has been featured by several media outlets including The Wall Street Journal, CBS Sunday Morning, 360 West Magazine, and Veranda.

The evening includes a silent auction and a delicious array of refreshments prepared by The Classic at Roanoke such as tapas, paella, gazpacho, and refreshing beverages including sangria, vino, and craft brews. Also enjoy an exhibit of paintings by artist Ann Hardy, a Master Signature Artist of the Outdoor Painters Society.

Tickets are $135 each, benefiting Allegro Classic Guitar Society, a 501(c)(3)non-profit organization. For more information, sponsor and underwriting opportunities, visit Allegro Classic Guitar Society or call 817-498-0363.

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