Pacific Symphony League Receives California Senate Resolution of Recognition
The Pacific Symphony League has been the orchestra’s premier support group since 1990. Volunteers serve as ambassadors and provide operational and financial support for our education, community and engagement programs. As of October 2021, they have a total of 84 members.
2020 was a milestone year for the League. At a luncheon last month, State Senator Dave Min presented the California Senate Resolution of Recognition in honor of their 30th anniversary. In addition to the Resolution of Recognition, they also received other recognition documents from United States Senator Dianne Feinstein and Representative Katie Porter. Pacific Symphony staff members President and CEO John Forstye and Assistant Conductor Dr. Jacob Sustaita were onsite as well.
One of the best things about being a part of this unique group is being around like-minded music lovers who enjoy the Symphony just as much as you do. If you’ve ever been to one of our concerts or events before, you’ve most likely interacted with one of their members. They’re an incredibly important part of our community.
From helping behind the scenes to enjoying member-only events, there’s a way for everyone to get involved. If you’re interested in joining, upcoming events include a Happy Hour at the Avenue of the Arts Hotel before the Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto concert on Nov. 11 and a luncheon at Center Club Orange County on Dec. 13. Volunteer perks include concert vouchers and a member pin among others.
To learn more about the League and/or join, please click here. You can also find them on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn. Thank you for everything you all do to help keep the arts going.