A beautiful canopy of stars spread out across the horizon, for as far as the eye can see. Not a cloud in sight. Only a sliver of a crescent moon could be made out in the myriad of glowing novas. It was a perfect summers evening. So wonderous, that a person could not tell whether it was warm or cold. A gentle and comforting breeze was all that could be felt in the lovely night air. It was picture perfect, almost surreal how lovely this evening was. On this eve, the opera house was full and bustling with life. At the entrance heavy victorian doors were propped open atop of a short flight of stars, which were covered by a bright red carpet. Light beamed out from inside and illuminated the stairs and the courtyard giving a warm and welcoming glow to all who had a taste for classical music and dance. Grandiose decor and accents covered almost evey inch of the opera house inside and out. It was a picture perfect place for the Moonlit Serenade and Ball. People could gather in the opera house and at the closure of the music, people could move directly to the ballroom which was attached. Men looking their most handsome in fitted suits and women in the most beautiful of dresses, far and wide gathered for an evening of delight and entertainment. Solengrahm's annual, 'Moonlit Serenade and Ball' was upon the countryside once again. A classical concert, followed by a spectacular ball with food, laughter and ballroom dancing. This event was not taken as a gesture to flaunt ones money or social status. People truly enjoyed this concert and ball in the most humble of ways, taking it as a chance to separate ones self from the everyday hassles and stress. Each year displayed different musicians talents. The ball was traditionally the same every where, which was refreshing to many, giving people something to look forward to each year. This year, featured many talented artists, one in particular was Remy Emerza on piano as the closer to a wonderfully planned and talented showcase of music. Some people sat in anticipation looking through their program as others were still finding their seats.