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Yo-Yo Ma and friends at MFA Trustees’ Dinner

From left: Meg Koerner, Yo-Yo Ma, Joseph Koerner, and Jill Horner at the MFA.

Helene Norton-Russell Photography

From left: Meg Koerner, Yo-Yo Ma, Joseph Koerner, and Jill Horner at the MFA.

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A group of well-dressed art supporters flocked to the Museum of Fine Arts for its Trustees’ Dinner on Saturday night. Guests included Governor Deval Patrick, Yo-Yo Ma and his wife, Jill Horner, arts reporter Joyce Kulhawik, and art historians Meg and Joseph Koerner. The group got to listen to writer Adam Gopnik talk about his favorite painting, “The Daughters of Edward Darley Boit” by John Singer Sargent.

Correction: An earlier version of this article incorrectly said the Trustees’ Dinner at the Museum of Fine Arts is an annual event.

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