Featured Executives from the 2019 C-Suite Christmas Performance. Courtesy of The Dallas Symphony Orchestra

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A Holly Jolly Celebration: A C-Suite Christmas Event

Special to air on Bloomberg Television on December 18 at 7:00 PM CT.

This December, the Dallas Symphony Orchestra is partnering with Bloomberg Television to celebrate the positive power of music with the televised, A Holly Jolly Celebration: A C-Suite Christmas event. Showcasing the excellence found in Dallas’s business and artistic communities, C-Suite Christmas features guest appearances by prominent area executives including:

  • Lucy Billingsley – Founder and Partner, Billingsley Company, conducting the orchestra during selections from The Nutcracker
  • Steven Durham – a founding member of Americas Strategic Holdings and chairman of The Durham Family Foundation, conducting Sleigh Ride
  • Craig Hall – Chairman and Founder, HALL Group, Author, and Winemaker, narrating the holiday favorite, ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas
  • Quincy Roberts – CEO of Roberts Trucking Inc., singing with the DSO during The Christmas Song

The annual C-Suite Christmas is a fundraising event for the DSO’s outreach and education programs – specifically those that are designed to uplift communities and broaden perspectives including its Southern Dallas Residency, Young Musicians and Young Strings programs. Both programs ensure that students throughout the city have access to music education and instrument instruction, with a special focus on under-represented communities. Thanks to the partnership with Bloomberg Television, this year, the program will be shared across the nation.

Sponsorships benefit the DSO’s education programs and provide a memorable holiday experience for your employees. To become a sponsor and learn more about the event, contact Sarah Whitling, Senior Manager of Institutional Giving at [email protected], or visit www.myDSO.com/c-suite.

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