Matthew Bronfman, Y president,
and Sol Adler, executive
and Michael Goldstein.
Photo by Stan Wan
and Fred Mack
Photo by Black Star
Sol Adler and Mrs. Avery Fisher
Tommy Tune Helps Raise
for Cultural Projects
and the Manhattan Rhythm Kings entertained more than 650
black-tie guests at the 92nd Street Y annual Spring Gala.
The event, held at its Upper East Side site, raised $1.5 million to
fund scholarships, literacy programs and dance projects at the
fine-tuned an entertainment bill that included Kathie Lee
Gifford, Dominic Chianese of The Sopranos, Mary
Wilson of The Supremes, singer Lesley Gore and
emceed by WNBC’s Jane Hanson.
is a love song to New York,” said Matthew Bronfman,
managing director of ACI Capital and president of the Y.
Y means a great deal to the life of the city. Tonight we celebrate
both – the 92nd Street Y and this great city.”
the many notables who enjoyed the program were; Patricia and James
Cayne, CEO of Bear Stearns; Simona and Jerome Chazen,
founding chairman of Chazen Capital Partners; Sherry and Michael
Goldstein, chairman of Toys R Us Children’s Fund; William
Lauder, president of Clinique Laboratories; and Cheryl
and Philip Milstein, president/CEO of Emigrant Savings Bank.