Silvia smiles at Chuck to acknowledge what he said. "Yes, dear, your business associate, Mr. Napolitano, rang me up." Her tone is somewhat warm but also contains a hint of dismissiveness. She then takes in Graham's greetings and nods as he is speaking. "Mr. Tyrell, I must confess that I was a little put out to hear that the Duke chose to bring outsiders into his business, but I am relieved that you're among the... uh, investigators. Your father's reputation precedes you." Her attention seems to be focused mostly on the White Court at this point. "The body was found outside. One of my girls found it." Pausing a second, she adds: "She wasn't pleased with the discovery, but you can talk to her. She'll take a break in a few minutes." Silvia snaps her fingers to pass along the message that the dancer should be notified. One of the wait staff scurries down the stairs to deliver the message. "I don't expect she'll be too much help. Your boss's pet wizard already took a look around and muttered something about a glamour to keep preying eyes from witnessing the murder. Guess that means it wasn't meant to send a message, maybe."
"About Pedro?" she asks to herself, altering his name into her native Spanish. "He was often doing business in the other rings. Don't think his uncle approved. Still, he enforced for the Duke so there's that. Probably made enemies all around. I don't know, what about him do you want to know?"
Downstairs - The doorman cuts James off before he can finish the descriptions of the fellow guests. He directs the magus up the steps to the level where James can spot the rest of the investigators. A member of the wait staff politely intervenes and takes his drink order before the man can even reach the table, then backs away to allow Mr. Smith to join the others.