BOSTON — More than 2,300 guests attended the Boston Pops Orchestra’s “A Company Christmas,” which was held at Symphony Hall on December 12, 2019. The concert, which was hosted by Needham Bank CEO Joe Campanelli and his wife, Carolyn, raised more than $1.2 million.
The Pops’ special guest was Broadway star Brian Stokes Mitchell.
A Company Christmas at Pops is a unique holiday gala that celebrates the extraordinary partnership between the corporate community and the Boston Symphony Orchestra. Designed specifically for the Boston business community, A Company Christmas at Pops offers leaders from every industry the opportunity to entertain their valued clients, employees, and friends in the company of Boston’s top corporations capped off with a gala performance by the renowned Boston Pops Orchestra under the baton of Keith Lockhart.
The 2019 A Company Christmas at Pops Lead Sponsors include: “LET IT SNOW” SPONSORS, Dick and Ann Marie Connolly, Farley White Interests, and Vertex Pharmaceuticals; “SLEIGH RIDE” SPONSOR, Needham Bank; GUEST ARTIST LEAD SPONSOR, Intercontinental Real Estate Corporation; CHILDREN’S PROGRAM LEAD SPONSOR, Intercontinental Real Estate Corporation; BOSTON YOUTH ENGAGEMENT SPONSOR, Adage Capital Management;
CHAIRMAN’S CIRCLE SPONSORS, Bank of America, Josh and Anita Bekenstein, Eaton Vance, Encore Boston Harbor, The Lynch Foundation, The New England Foundation, Putnam Investments, and WCVB Channel 5 Boston; and, PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE SPONSORS, Cambridge Savings Bank, Coffey Design + Build Co., Debevoise & Plimpton LLP, Gerald R. Jordan Foundation, Goodwin Procter LLP, J.P. Marvel Wealth Management, JPMorgan Chase & Co., The Kraft Group/New England Patriots, Liberty Mutual Insurance, Sean McGrath/Stonegate Group LLC, Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP, People’s United Bank, and Waters Corporation.
All photos by Bill Brett