Lend a hand through one of these dedicated organizations. Our supporters contribute in all kinds of ways, and support through volunteering your time is very much needed and appreciated!
Tucson Symphony Orchestra League (TSOL)
Friends and Admirers of the Tucson Symphony Orchestra (FATSO)
This 150-member Green Valley-based organization is known by its acronym “FATSO.” In addition to organizing five dinner/concert events for members throughout the season (some with round trip bus transportation to Tucson.) FATSO provides funding support for the Tucson Symphony Orchestra. For more information, call FATSO President Addy Murtaugh at (520) 648-1576, or visit their website.
SaddleBrooke Symphony Guild
In its eighth season, the SaddleBrooke Symphony Guild has more than 140 member households. SSG Organizes dinner/concert events throughout the season for its members, sponsors TSO ensemble performances on the SaddleBrooke campus and provides funding support for the Tucson Symphony Orchestra. For more information, call Dr. Tom Johnson, SSG President, at (520) 825-1346.
Tucson Symphony Cotillion Ball Advisory Committee
The Tucson Symphony Cotillion Ball Advisory Committee oversees the Tucson Symphony Cotillion, held each November as a major fund-raising event, benefiting our wonderful Tucson Symphony Orchestra. The Ball Advisory Committee is committed to maintaining and protecting the traditions, beauty and high standards of the Cotillion Ball.
For more than 50 years of Tucson Symphony Cotillion Balls, participating Young Patronesses have spent months learning the origin and history of Cotillions while gaining an understanding of the importance of social interactions that accompany civic leadership and philanthropy. These young women, who are seniors in high school, also learn about the history, programs and services offered by the Tucson Symphony Orchestra.
The Junior Patronesses of the Tucson Symphony Cotillion wear beautiful white dresses and continue to make their bows 50 years later. They carry red roses and dance with their fathers in a tradition that has evolved into a philanthropic rite of passage for many local girls and their families. For further information please contact Susie Christy at (520) 885-1967.
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