The League of American Orchestras has been inducted into the American Classical Music Hall of Fame, a Cleveland-based national organization that annually recognizes those who have made significant contributions to American classical music and by doing so aspire to sustain and build interest in classical music. American Classical Music Hall of Fame Chairman Trish Bryan and Executive Director Dr. Ruth K. Meyer presented the award on June 18 at the League’s National Conference in Atlanta, with President and CEO Jesse Rosen accepting on behalf of the League. Other inductees this year included composer John Adams, conductor James Conlon, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, and violinist and educator Midori.
Pictured: American Classical Music Hall of Fame Chairman Trish Bryan (right) presents award to League of American Orchestras President and CEO Jesse Rosen, as Hall of Fame Executive Director Dr. Ruth Meyer looks on. Photo by Jeff Roffman Photography, LLC
Posted July 8, 2010