Leadership Councils

As the Houston Symphony seeks to fulfill the goal of increasing its relevance to the community, we have formed three individual Leadership Councils to help the Symphony learn as much as possible about the communities in which we strive to serve. Each Leadership Council is made up of a cross section of community, business and education leaders and will interface not only with Symphony staff but also members of the Symphony’s Board of Trustees via the newly formed Community Partnerships Committee of the Board. The purpose of these Leadership Councils, together with the Community Partnerships Committee of the Board will be to guide and inform the Symphony’s efforts to be even more relevant to the community.
 
Driven by board and senior leadership of the Houston Symphony, this initiative reflects a strategic shift in how the Symphony will adapt to the changing profile of the Houston community, an increasingly diverse demographic that the Symphony endeavors to see reflected across its entire organization, including (and not limited to) its programming, audience members, musicians, volunteers, board and staff. 

African-American Leadership Council

In order to increase the relevance of the Houston Symphony to the many diverse communities that make up Houston...

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Hispanic Leadership Council

The Houston Symphony greatly appreciates the valuable input and advocacy of its Hispanic Leadership Council ...

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Asian Leadership Council

The Symphony is committed to engaging Houston’s Asian community in more meaningful ways ...

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