Association of California Symphony Orchestras

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The Association of California Symphony Orchestras (ACSO) was founded in 1969 by a small group of committed orchestra managers who believed in the power of personal networking. ACSO serves nearly 2,000 orchestras, business, and individuals linked together by their passion for classical music - a focused and dynamic cohort of arts professionals, musicians, conductors, artist managers, emerging leaders, students, donors, patrons, and trustees. ACSO is governed by a Board of Directors who hail from arts organizations all over the state of California. ACSO's headquarters are in Los Angeles, but has staff in Los Angeles and Sacramento. ACSO’s original executive director was Kris Sinclair who retired after 31 years. Mitch Menchaca succeeded Sinclair in 2016 and Sarah Weber is the current executive director. Mission The Association of California Symphony Orchestras provides essential leadership and resources to classical music producers and presenters, encouraging and supporting their artistic, organizational, and fiscal development. Vision The Association of California Symphony Orchestras will be recognized as the pre-eminent leader in providing programs and services to assist, educate, and act as advocate for classical music producers and presenters in California and the region. As the collective force for orchestras in California and the region, ACSO will be the voice, the forum and the network in service to its members, and the preeminent leader to connect and advocate for its members. Current members of ACSO with Wikipedia pages include: Orchestras & Choruses: Bay Area Rainbow Symphony, California Symphony, California Youth Symphony, Fremont Symphony Orchestra, Livermore-Amador Symphony, Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, Los Angeles Children's Chorus, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Music Academy of the West, New Century Chamber Orchestra, New West Symphony, North State Symphony, Oakland East Bay Symphony, Ojai Music Festival, Pacific Chorale, Pacific Symphony, Peninsula Symphony, Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, Sacramento Philharmonic Orchestra, Sacramento Youth Symphony, San Diego Symphony, San Francisco Conservatory of Music, San Francisco Symphony, San Jose Youth Symphony, Santa Barbara Symphony Orchestra, Santa Cruz County Symphony, Southwest Chamber Music, Stockton Symphony Businesses: ASCAP, League of American Orchestras, Opus 3 Artists
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