Applause, applause for the Houston Symphony League which has received a coveted Gold Award for one of its special events from the Volunteer Council of the League of American Orchestras, a national leadership group of individuals recognized for outstanding support of their local symphony orchestras,” writes Shelby Hodge in Wednesday’s (1/11) Paper City Magazine (Houston). Throughout the year, the Houston Symphony League fulfills its mission of supporting the Houston Symphony’s audience development, education and fundraising activities. The particular event that earned high honors for the league in 2022 was the President’s Luncheon and Style Show. The annual national awards program recognizes outstanding programs by symphony leagues from around the country with the Gold Award, saluting best in class programs or initiatives that have a significant impact on their orchestras…. Founded in 1937, the Houston Symphony League is composed of more than 300 men and women who support the symphony through educational programs, fundraising, community relations and special events.