Oklahoma City Orchestra League selects 2020 Show House
The Oklahoma City Orchestra League has selected the 47th Symphony Show House: a five-bedroom, nine-bath home with pool at 2737 Guilford Lane.
The home, built in 2013 and remodeled, will present top interior designers with a "blank canvas" to transform into "an amazing home to visit," according to the nonprofit league, which raises money with the show house to support the Oklahoma City Philharmonic's extensive music education program.
The Show House tour dates are May 2-17.
"The league was founded in 1948 with the mission to educate, enrich, and inspire the community by supporting orchestral music and promoting volunteerism," the organization said in a news release. "The league proudly provides financial and volunteer support to the OKC Philharmonic. Volunteers work year round to support 18 educational programs reaching 35,000 children and adults in the OKC area and beyond.
"More than just a home tour, the Symphony Show House is a vital source of charitable fundraising for the OKC Philharmonic. More than 144 schools are relying on the league and the OKC Philharmonic's programs to keep music alive in their classrooms and allow 10,000 students to attend free concerts each year.
The 7,464-square-foot show home is listed for $2.25 million with the Wyatt Poindexter Group, of KW Luxury Homes International.
Show House chairman is Julia Hunt. Design chairman is Tuesday Fay. Designer liaison is J. Mark Taylor.
For more information, contactl Lisa Reed at Lisa@okcphil.org.
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