Last night, your Tucson Symphony Orchestra presented at the Hispanic Leadership Institute’s Arts and Culture session! See José Luis’ message to the HLI 2020 class here:
Your Tucson Symphony Orchestra is committed to having Hispanic representation in its programming to reflect the rich cultural heritage of Tucson. We are proud to work with local partners towards this cause including the Consulado de México en Tucson, Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, All Souls Procession, Mariachi los Camperos, and Mariachi Aztlán de Pueblo High School.
TSO Music Director José Luis is passionate about programming and engaging Hispanic composers and artists. In the 18-19 season TSO had the pleasure of collaborating with famed composer Arturo Márquez and trumpeter Pacho Flores on the co-commission of Concierto de Otoño for trumpet and orchestra. TSO plans on continuing to engage artists and composers that reflect the heritage of our community and your conductor.
Thank you to the Hispanic Leadership Institute and Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce for hosting the Tucson Symphony Orchestra!
The Hispanic Leadership Institute-Tucson promotes the individual development of Hispanics for increased participation in leadership roles and serves as a principal education and networking resource for expertise and advocacy on leadership issues affecting Latino communities.
Founded in 2010, the Hispanic Leadership Institute-Tucson was established and designed to educate and assist individuals in developing and expanding their leadership skills to take an active role in the community.
HLI Tucson is a 10-week program of weekly classes conducted in the evening and a one-day leadership retreat to focus on cultural identity, team-building and service to community. The program offers participants the opportunity to engage Arizona’s foremost business and policy authorities in a continuing dialogue about leadership and our Latino communities.
The Hispanic Leadership Institute-Tucson enhances participants’ understanding of the role culture plays in a variety of circumstances, with specific attention to the enduring influence of Latinos in Arizona. The curriculum builds from participants’ experiences, emphasizing personal and professional development with a practical orientation. Sessions focus on ethics, cultural and personal identity, community issues, public and media relations skills, board/commission service, and meetings and protocol among other topics.