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Dallas Symphony Orchestra Announces 2022 C-Suite Christmas Lineup

Performers at the annual fundraiser will include Cynt Marshall, Anne Chow, Jorge Baldor, and Brad Ramsey.
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Last year, I checked a huge item off my bucket list when I had the privilege of conducting the Dallas Symphony Orchestra as part of its C-Suite Christmas program, which celebrates the partnership between business and the arts. Now, the DSO has revealed its talent lineup for 2022:

Jorge Baldor, founder of Mercado 369 and Latino Center for Leadership Development 

Anne Chow, CEO of AT&T Business

Cynt Marshall, CEO of the Dallas Mavericks

Brad Ramsey, president and GM, WFAA, and senior vice president of TEGNA

The event, dubbed “A Holly Jolly Celebration: C-Suite Christmas, will be held on Dec. 7 at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center. And once again this year, it will be broadcast on Bloomberg Media throughout the month. Broadcasts from 2020 and 2021 aired globally and reached more than 1 million viewers.

Funds raise benefit the DSO’s Southern Dallas Residency, Kim Noltemy Young Musicians (which provides free instruments and lessons to students in southern Dallas), and Young Strings programs.

The organization is still recruiting for talent and sponsors for this year’s program. Packages start at $2,500 and include tickets to the performance, access to a private cast party, and program book recognition. Individual tickets are $500 for premium seating and $200 for general admission. Click here for details.


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