Welcome to the Women’s Symphony League of Austin
Fundraising and education are the heart and spirit of the Women’s Symphony League of Austin. Founded in 1953, the WSL has contributed more than $6.0 million to the Austin Symphony Orchestra, and members give more than 15,000 volunteer hours annually to educational and fundraising projects, reaching over 60,000 area children every year!
New and Happening Now in the WSL
Austin loves Carson!
The Women’s Symphony League of Austin is honored to welcome renowned American fashion expert and award winning television personality, Carson Kressley, to its “Crescent City Couture” fashion luncheon, on Friday, September 17, 2021, at the JW Marriott.
Jewel Ball Sponsorships
Sponsorship sales for our three Jewel Ball events are now open. Please support our events by securing your sponsorship now! View the various levels per event online.
Jewel Ball Program Ads
Jewel Ball Program Ad Sales Now Open
Take this opportunity to celebrate a member of our Royal Court, Junior Royalty, a business or other group you’d like to share with our 1,100+ Jewel Ball guests! Purchase your Jewel Ball program ads through the WSL online store. Click below and select the catalog titled “Jewel Ball Program Ads and Page Sponsorships.” For any questions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Austin Symphony Orchestra’s COVID-19 Emergency Fund
With the cancellation of concerts, the ASO will not make budget for this fiscal year yet continues to fulfill its obligations. No income from box office ticket sales presents a budgeting shortfall when trying to honor these important obligations.
A donation to this Emergency Fund means dollars in the pockets of our talented, local musicians and every dollar helps!
Youth Leadership Council
The Austin Symphony Youth Leadership Council (YLC) is an award-winning program that recognizes Austin area teens who share a commitment to learning about leadership and supporting the arts in Austin. Membership is open to all Austin area high school students in 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th grades. YLC exposes these young people to principles in leadership through interactive presentations with successful Austinites from a variety of backgrounds.