Greetings to all WSL Members, Friends and Supporters!
Thank you for your grace and understanding during an unprecedented season of our lives and organization.
The purpose of the Women’s Symphony League of Tyler shall be to support and promote the growth of the East Texas Symphony and to encourage music education within our community.
The 2020-2021 plans for the Women’s Symphony League of Tyler pivoted with the onset of the pandemic. With the health and safety of patrons, musicians, volunteers, and staff as the priority, the East Texas Symphony Orchestra postponed its 2020/2021 season of subscription concerts. The ETSO series is planned to begin in Fall 2021. Considering the COVID-19 pandemic, the WSL followed suit with the same responsible course of action.
The WSL mission to support the ETSO continues with plans proceeding for our largest fundraiser, the 2021 WSL Ball. “Starlight Serenade” will be held on Friday, May 7th at Willow Brook Country Club. 2021 Ball Chair Lynda Evans and her committee have worked tirelessly to orchestrate a beautiful evening to honor the members of the Junior Symphony League and raise much needed funds to support our annual commitment to the ETSO.
Our support of music education continues despite the pandemic. Thanks to Shauna McCown and her committee, music scholarships have been awarded to deserving youth who are eager to hone their musical talents and grateful for financial support from the WSL.
We need your support of the following during this unprecedented 2020-2021 season for the WSL:
- Attend the WSL Ball
- Sponsor the WSL Ball
- Purchase Benefit Drawing Tickets
- Donate to the WSL Endowment Foundation
Your support and dedication are most appreciated. Until we can return to a season of normalcy, thank you for your grace and understanding.
Jennifer Moore Gaston
WSL President 2020-2021