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An Evening of Elegance at Holy trinity episcopal academy


The football field at Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy’s Kelly Stadium (Pineda Campus) will transform into an outdoor amphitheater when big band crooner Michael Andrew comes to town on Saturday, February 26, 2022. Joined by the Brevard Symphony Orchestra, Andrew will pay tribute to American legend Frank Sinatra’s greatest hits during An Evening of Elegance: Symphony and Sinatra. You won’t want to miss this exciting night of music under the stars!

New York Themed Cuisine • Signature Drinks and Open Bar • Live Auction •
After Party at the Fan Plaza (sponsored by the Lacey Family) featuring DJ and Dancing • Valet Parking

Proceeds will support Holy Trinity's Performing Arts program.
Holy Trinity is a 501c (3) and does not receive financial support from local, state or federal funds nor the financial support of the diocese. Gifts, contributions and events like Evening of Elegance help support our mission.
 
For any questions, please contact Lindsay Stazzone: 321-723-8323, ext. 366.

In the event of inclement weather, the event will take place indoors at The Scott Center for Worship and the Performing Arts.

An Evening of Elegance
Symphony & Sinatra
Saturday, February 26, 2022
Six in the Evening
Holy Trinity's Kelly Stadium - Pineda Campus
 



Learn More

List of 3 frequently asked questions.

  • Meet Michael Andrew

    For two years, Michael Andrew was the headline singer and bandleader at the world famous Rainbow Room atop Rockefeller Center in New York City where he entertained audiences nightly and hosted a live Radio Broadcast, “LIVE FROM THE RAINBOW ROOM.” He was the band-leader and singer at Merv Griffin’s “Coconut Club” in The Beverly Hilton in California. While on “Larry King Live,” Merv called Michael Andrew “one of the great singers of all time.” Michael Andrew has produced 11 songs for the Aaron Sorkin biopic, "BEING THE RICARDOS," in theaters on December 10, 2021.

    A frequent symphonic pops guest artist, Michael Andrew has appeared with symphonic orchestras in Akron, Albuquerque, Birmingham, Charlotte, Melbourne (FL), Houston, Jacksonville, Long Beach, Missoula, Orlando, Pasadena, Philadelphia, Providence, Palm Beach, Palm Springs, San Antonio, Sarasota, and other cities across America.
     
  • Meet the Co-Chairs

    Photo courtesy of Alexis Lapp, HT Class of 2024
    Ms. Jessica Cartagena Assam is the mother of Brandon, HT ‘20 Alumni and sophomore at University of Miami, and Karis, HT Class of 2022. Jessica and the family moved to Melbourne in 2007, and in 2010, Jessica put her event planning and incentive group travel business on hold to dedicate her time to her family, and connect with the community as a volunteer and advocate. Jessica is "All In" when it comes to Holy Trinity and has participated in Holy Trinity's development efforts since 2008, served on the Parent Association board for six years while at the Lower School, and founded the Thespian Boosters in 2018. She is no stranger to Holy Trinity’s An Evening of Elegance, having co-chaired Evening of Elegance: Taste of Lansing in 2010 and Evening of Elegance: Sunsets & Sangrias in 2020.   

    Jessica is passionate about giving back to her community and is known for her dedicated efforts, selfless nature and attention to detail. As one of Brevard Zoo’s biggest advocates, she is on her third term on the East Coast Zoological Society's board, served as its VP of Development for two terms, and is serving as President-Elect as the organization embarks on a $100 million campaign that will accelerate the positive impact of the mission work through Brevard Zoo and fund a 14-acre, world-class aquarium and conservation campus. Jessica’s experience in development and event planning has played a part in Habitat for Humanity’s Hard Hats and High Heels gala, The Henegar Center’s Women's Guild, Junior Achievement’s Business Hall of Fame, Brevard Zoo’s annual Safari under the Stars, and most recently Florida Tech's Evening of Hope. Jessica is thrilled to be able to co-chair An Evening of Elegance: Symphony and Sinatra with Jason Robbins. “It was a no-brainer after working on the committee with him in 2020; our experience in fundraising, along with our creativity and meticulous nature, will help lead the efforts for a successful FUNdraiser!”



    Mr. Jason S. Robbins has been married to his wife Tina for 25 years. Together, they have four children: Zachary 21; Sarah 20; Charlie 15, a 9th Grader at Holy Trinity’s Upper School; and Jeremy 13, a 7th Grader at Holy Trinity’s Upper School. The Robbins family moved to Brevard County in 2002 from Ft. Lauderdale and lived first in Melbourne and now live in Merritt Island. Jason has been practicing Personal Injury and Workers’ Compensation law for 23 years and had his own practice for almost 10 years. In 2017, he was appointed by then Governor Rick Scott to a three-member panel on Healthcare Administration for the state’s Workers’ Compensation system and has served on the panel since then. Jason and his wife Tina are also Realtors with RLL Real Estate Group located here in Brevard County.

    Jason has been on the Board of Directors of the Siegel Rare Neuroimmune Association since 2013, and he and his wife handle the organization and presentation of the association’s national gala fundraising event, which is held here in Brevard County. Over the years, they have grown the event tremendously, and in 2019 the event hosted 400 guests for a formal dinner/auction at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex! Jason served on the auction committee for Evening of Elegance with Jessica in 2020 and he is honored and excited to co-chair this year’s event with her.
  • About the Venue

    On October 23, 2020, Holy Trinity celebrated the ribbon cutting of the Tiger Athletic Complex. The $5.5 million dollar complex was the first major addition to the Upper School campus since 2005.

    The complex came to life through private donations from just over 150 Holy Trinity families, alumni families, Board of Trustee members, and businesses during the All In: Mind, Body, Spirit capital campaign*. No taxpayer, state,or Episcopal diocese funds were utilized to make this dream a reality. 

    The American Sports Builders Association (ASBA) named Holy Trinity's synthetic turf field a nationwide winner in the single field category of its annual awards program in 2020. The award was given in recognition of "excellence in design and construction."

    *All In campaign ran from Spring 2019 until December 2020.
Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy (Pineda Campus)
5625 Holy Trinity Dr., Melbourne, FL 32940