To the Communities of Central Texas
My name is Cameron Roucloux, it is my honor to be serving in the role as the President of the Board of Directors for the TSO for this upcoming season. I have worked at Temple High School as the head of the choral department for the previous eight years, and I am so excited to be able to give back to a community that my family and I have grown to love.
The 29th season of the Temple Symphony Orchestra is quickly approaching, and we are so excited to bring a new season of change to our organization and our community. With the retirement of Maestro Farlie, we are embarking on a new journey to find the next Artistic Director of the TSO. This is a task the board and the community are handling with the utmost care and preparation.
We have six concerts planned for this season at various locations around our community, including the CAC, Temple College, and we’re very excited to be back at Temple High School for our Holiday concert this season! We invite you to join us on our September, November, January, and April concerts where we will have one prospective candidate for the position of Artistic Director conducting each one of these concerts.
There has already been a great deal of work that has been put into this season of transition. I want to personally thank the Symphony and Staff for their work in helping with the details of what this season will look like from a musical perspective, our TSO Board who has been working diligently in so many areas to prepare for our guest conductors, our Search Committee for the time they have already given and will continue to give as we see our search process through, and we also want to thank you, our patrons, for your continued support of music in our community.
We are thankful for the continued financial support and contributions that so many of you have made and continue to make towards our organization; without your continued financial support we would not be able to bring the level of quality that the TSO has built its reputation on within Central Texas.
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We look forward to seeing you this season and cannot wait for you to join us in this next chapter for the Temple Symphony Orchestra!
TSO Board President
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The Temple Symphony Orchestra’s mission is to entertain, to educate, and to enrich the cultural life of Central Texas. Our mission is supported by providing a broad repertoire of live music performances of the highest artistic standards to a wide and diverse audience and by educating students and adults about our rich musical traditions.
The TSO is dedicated to making the orchestral experience accessible and appealing to everyone and is committed to providing the community with quality musical programming featuring local as well as national and international artists performing classical music, pops, and jazz.