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POST-GAZETTE, SEPTEMBER 30, 2011 Page 9 The Socially Set by ftilda M. Morrill ; ii ; ; Christofle President & CEO Nicholas Krafft, Mary Schmidt Amons and Christofle Boutique manager Adele Bellitta, left to right, at the Champagne Reception. (Photo by Roger Farrington) The Christofle Boutique on Boylston Street hosted a champagne reception for Mary Schmidt Amons, founder of "Labels for Love" and a former cast member on "Real Housewives of D.C." We are told that Ms. Amons had an interesting story to tell the guests in attendance. Apparently, during filming of "Housewives," Amons often wore her favorite cross pen- dant, and it drew lots of attention and emails from viewers. The upshot was that when Amons contacted the famed Paris Silversmith Christofle, creator of the original pen- dant, they offered to release a special edition with pro- ceeds of sales to benefit Amons' "Labels for Love" charity, whose mission is "to make an impact on women and children in need throughout our nation." Proceeds from the Bos- ton reception benefited actress Fran Drescher's "Cancer Schmancer" char- ity. Congratulations and Best Wishes[ ....... The Ellis Boston Antiques Show will be held October 20-23, at The Cyclo- rama, Boston Center for the ;1 ITALY TICKETS: $40.00 pp 7:00 p.m. Buffet 8:15 p.m. Show/Dancing Paul Guida, Executive Director DOOR PRIZES RAFFLES. ,617-489-5234 Arts, 539 Tremont Street in Boston's South End. The show will feature 40 American and European ex- hibitors, drawn from both past Ellis and Boston An- tiques Show exhibitors as well as many new additions. The show opens with a Gala Preview on Thursday, October 20 to benefit Ellis Memorial, Boston's first settlement house. Located in Boston's South End, just a two-minute walk from the Cyclorama, Ellis Memorial has been caring for children, disabled adults and families who live and work in the South End and adjacent neighborhoods since 1885. For Gala Preview tickets information, call Ellis Me- morial at 617-426-2900. The weekend show is Fri- day, October 21, 1:00 pm -- 9:00 pm; Saturday Octo- ber 22, 11:00 am - 8:00 pm and Sunday, October 23, 11:00 am - 5:00 pm. Admission includes the show catalog, all special pro- grams and re-admission throughout the ,weekend, Friday evening from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm will be "New Col- lectors' Night,  featuring a series of programs designed to introduce new collectors to the world of antiques. Additional programs are planned for both Saturday and Sunday. For more infor- mation, call 617-363-0405 or visit www.EllisBoston.com. ....... A spectacular Sym- phony Hall Gala Concert on November 14 will mark the Terezin Music Foundation's twentieth ariniversary. Founded in 1991, the TMF began by bringing the Terezin compositions, mi- raculously written in the Nazi camp under brutal con- ditions by Gideon Klein, Pavel Haas and other mas- ters, to major concert halls and record labels in Europe and the United States. This Boston organization, dedicated to preserving the musical legacy of Terezin, presents internationally cel- ebrated pianist Garrick Ohlsson performing solo works, Maestro Andrd Previn performing the American premiere of his "Sonata for Clarinet and Piano" and members of the Boston Sym- phony Orchestra performing the world premiere of Mae- Stro Previn's new "Clarinet Quintet." Such commissions accom- plish TMF's goal of creating new music and mentor- ing young composers world- I DIAMONDS 1 ROLEX ESTATE JEWELRY Bought & Sold Jewelers Exch. Bldg. Jim (617) 263-7766 "Labels for Love" founder Mary Schmidt Anions, left, and Courtney Forrester. wide through commission sponsorships and master classes to fulfill the unreal- ized role of the Terezin musicians murdered in the Nazi Holocaust. "This is the best way to honor these lost artists and carry on their message of hope and resistance," TMF Director Mark Ludwig says. "We're incredibly grateful to our benefactors and to the celebrated musicians and composers who'vebr6ught us to our twentietlYear and (Photo by Roger Farrington) Benefactors' Dinner in Sym- phony Hall. For more info, call 857-222-8263 or visit www. terezinmusic.org. ....... Singer Carol O'Shaughnessy celebrates her 69 th birthday in high style with birthday cake for all and a show titled "Lucky To Be Me" at Scullers Jazz Club, 400 Soldiers Field Road, Allston, on Tuesday, November 22 at 8:00 pm. .Backing up Carol will be the=Tom LaMark Orchestra feafuring JOhn Repucci on this extraordinary enlng of bass, Jim Gwin on drums, music."  Mil Monaghan on reeds Today, TlVIF'c'0mmissions I and Dave Burdett on trum- by young Czech, American petand flugelhorn. For ticket and Israeli composers are performed by internationally acclaimed artists including Dawn Upshaw, Alisa Weiler- stein, Simone Dinnerstein and Mr. Ohlsson. Tickets to the November 14 TMF Gala include a 5:30 pm reception and the 7:00 pm concert. Tickets are also available for an 8:30 pm info, call 617-562-4111 or visit  www.scuUersjazz.com. Lacky To Be Me" is the title of a song by Leonard Bernstein from the musical comedy show "On the Town" written in 1944 and later released as a film that fea- tured Gene Kelly and Frank {Continued on Page 13) Real Estate Maffo Oallo Appraisals Sales & Rentals 376 North Street * Boston, MA 02113 (617) 523-2100 * Fax (617) 523-3530