The Irving Symphony League
The Irving Symphony League organized in 1970 to provide support services to the ISO. The League organized and fostered the Symphony Belles which later evolved into the Ovation Program for volunteer service to the Orchestra by community members and high school students assisting with hosting duties and ticket handling at performances. The League also sponsors scholarship awards for seniors in high school who are planning to continue their post high school graduation education in a musical field of study. Download the Irving Symphony League membership form here.
35th ANNUAL BREAKFAST WITH THE STARS
This year the Irving Symphony League's scholarship for the performing arts was awarded to Roman De La Rosa. Graduating from Nimitz High School, Roman is active in the high school's Varsity and Chamber Choir. He recently auditioned for the ACDA Honors Mixed Choir and made First Chair Tenor 1 for the State of Texas. He plans to study Vocal Performance at A&M University at Commerce.