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Bell Investment Advisors Sponsors Oakland Symphony’s Season Finale, “Guys and Dolls in Concert”

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Posted: May 9, 2017

OAKLAND, Calif., May 9, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Bell Investment Advisors (www.bellinvest.com) has announced the firm is sponsoring the final concert of the Oakland Symphony’s 2016/17 season at the historic Paramount Theatre, 2025 Broadway, downtown Oakland, May 19, 8 pm. Maestro Michael Morgan will conduct Frank Loesser’s celebrated “Guys and Dolls”. Bryan Nies, Assistant Conductor, will conduct Jule Stynes’ Overture to “Gypsy” and Richard Rodgers’ Overture to “Oklahoma” and Waltz from “Carousel”. Soloists Ben Jones, Annie Sherman, Tami Dahbura, and Jack Wilken are featured, along with the thrilling 90-member Oakland Symphony Chorus.

Jim Bell, immediate past president and continuing member of Oakland Symphony’s Board of Directors, comments: “Michael Morgan and Bryan Nies share a long history staging excellent productions from the American musical genre. We expect no less from this exciting program featuring Guys and Dolls in full and other American musical classics. Please join us.”

Concert details, ticket information: www.oaklandsymphony.org. Ticket purchases also at 510.444.0802.

“The Oakland Symphony could not thrive without the generous support we receive from our patrons and the Oakland business community,” said Oakland Symphony Executive Director, Steven Payne. “We are happy to have Jim Bell and Bell Investment Advisors help us wrap up our current season and look forward to building momentum for 2017/18.”

Bell’s sponsorship, in the tradition of business supporting the arts, continues the firm’s commitment to the arts. Jim Bell, CFP®, President & Founder, and Bonnie Bell, Principal, Director of Career/Life Coaching at Bell, have been contributing substantially over the years to the S.F. Bay Area artistic community. This is the tenth full concert of the Oakland Symphony that Bell Investment Advisors has sponsored.

About Bell Investment Advisors
Bell Investment Advisors is a privately-owned, registered investment advisory firm, managing approximately $500 million in assets. In its 26th year of business, it offers investment management, financial planning, and career/life coaching services. www.bellinvest.com.

About Oakland Symphony
Classical and symphonic music in Oakland have a rich history, dating back 80 years from the original Oakland Symphony (1933-1986) and the subsequent formation of the Oakland Symphony Chorus and the Oakland Symphony Youth Orchestra over 50 years ago. The Oakland Symphony is celebrated as one of the most distinct regional orchestras in the country, serving a diverse population through its unique convergence of artistic excellence, community service, and education programs.

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