Palm Beach Symphony Joins Noted Worth Avenue Designer Cecy Martinez

Limited edition handbag with a musical theme will benefit the Symphony’s education and community outreach programs 

Prestigious Worth Avenue designer Cecy Martinez, of Cecy Luxury Handbags & Accessories, will create an exclusive handbag to honor the Palm Beach Symphony with a portion of the proceeds going to benefit the Symphony’s education and community outreach programs.The bag is offered exclusively to Symphony members, Ladies Guild members and subscribers.

Each one of the limited edition black leather handbags will be made by hand and features the iconic first violin part of Ludwig van Beethoven’s “Symphony No. 5” and is accented with a medallion of the Palm Beach Symphony logo.

“Cecy is known throughout the world for her classic and elegant handbags,” said Palm Beach Symphony CEO David McClymont. “It is truly an honor for her to create an exclusive ‘Symphony’ handbag. These will be handcrafted in the USA by the most skilled artisans using the finest materials. They will transcend classic beauty and elegance. It’s a perfect match, and I look forward to this wonderful partnership.”

The handbag will be unveiled in October at the Cecy store locatedat 250 Worth Avenue during a gift gathering party for the Symphony’s Sixth Annual Holly Jolly Symphony Fête, the annual fundraising luncheon presented by Palm Beach Symphony’s Ladies Guild. The event, to be held at the Kravis Center’s Cohen Pavilion, is chaired by Karen and Kenneth Rogers with honorary chairsAmy and John Collins, vice chairs Richard and Sheryne Brekus and auction chair Marietta McNulty.

To reserve one of the exclusive Palm Beach Symphony handbags or to become a Symphony member or subscriber call 561.655.2657.


Palm Beach Symphony is South Florida’s premier orchestra known for its diverse repertoire and commitment to community. Founded in 1974, this 501(c)(3) nonprofit arts organization adheres to a mission of engaging, educating, and entertaining the greater community of the Palm Beaches through live performances of inspiring orchestral music. The orchestra is celebrated for delivering spirited performances by first-rate musicians and distinguished guest artists. Recognized by The Cultural Council for Palm Beach County with a 2020 Muse Award for Outstanding Community Engagement, Palm Beach Symphony continues to expand its education and community outreach programs with children’s concerts, student coaching sessions and master classes, instrument donations and free public concerts that have reached more than 64,000 students in recent years.  For more information, visit