Jesse Rosen, president and CEO of the League of American Orchestras, has been appointed to New York City’s Sector Advisory Council representing Arts, Culture, and Tourism. The League represents a membership of 1,700 orchestras, music organizations, and individuals across the country, including many in New York City and the tri-state region. Appointed by Mayor Bill de Blasio, the Sector Advisory Councils will inform the city administration’s efforts to restart the economy and city life. They will serve as critical links to disseminate information about re-opening and provide guidance to shape the city’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Members have also been appointed to the advisory councils for Labor and Workforce, Large Business, and Small Business. Sector Advisory Membership of New York City’s councils on Faith, Construction and Real Estate, Non-Profits and Social Services, Public Health and Healthcare, Education and Vocational Training, and Surface Transportation will be announced. Members of the Arts, Culture and Tourism Sector Advisory Council include representatives of the Apollo Theater, Broadway League, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Madison Square Garden, New York Latino Film Festival, Silvercup Studios, Studio Museum in Harlem, Wildlife Conservation Society, and hospitality and tourism organizations.