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A community of service-driven music enthusiasts
dedicated to fundraising, education, and outreach.

Ambassador Program

The purpose of the Ambassador Program is to engage high school students in a positive volunteer experience while earning community service hours. This program, designed to be participated in for four consecutive years, is open to teens in grades 9-12 whose parents are members of The Jackson Symphony League.

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Color of Music

Presented in partnership with LeBonheur Children’s Hospital, this annual art contest for grades K-8 is designed to increase awareness of The Jackson Symphony and encourage appreciation and visual interpretation of classical music. The top four winning pieces are displayed in LeBonheur's lobby in Jackson.

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Crystal Ball

Every January, the League hosts the Crystal Ball, benefitting The Jackson Symphony. Featuring a champagne reception, silent and live auctions, dinner, and performance by a musical guest, this annual event promises an unforgettable night.

Keep an eye out for 2024 tickets!

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Established in 1962, The Jackson Symphony League is an indispensable auxiliary of The Jackson Symphony. The League provides a wide range of services and fundraising support for the orchestra, while generating ticket sales and sparking community interest and involvement. Learn more about The Jackson Symphony on their website.

Socials & Meetings

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