Multicultural Awareness Council
The Multicultural Awareness Council (MAC), celebrating its 30th anniversary in the 2019/20 season, is a group of diverse community volunteers whose mission is to foster and increase awareness of CSO programs through diverse music programs, educational and community partnerships, scholarships for talented, underrepresented student musicians and audience development initiatives.
MAC volunteers support the work of the CSO in a number of ways, including:
- Providing leadership, fundraising and guidance for CSO diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives
- Helping increase awareness of CSO and Pops programs
- Hosting special events and receptions
- Volunteering at CSO and Pops concerts and events
Help us recognize local leaders who are champions for diversity and inclusion in the arts through our MAC Award for Diversity and Leadership in the Arts.
Meet the 2019/20 MAC Co-Chairs
Upcoming MAC Concerts
125TH ANNIVERSARY CONCERT
January 18-19, 2020
Celebrate with us as the CSO ignites spark of creativity. George Gershwin takes the stage and Music Hall gets loud with color.
We welcome anyone to join us as we spread the word about the CSO and Pops in our community. To learn more about MAC and to receive notifications on upcoming concerts, events and volunteer opportunities submit your information below. For questions, please contact email@example.com. Receive Notifications
MAC Celebrates 30 Years!
With the leadership of African-American Board members Dr. Lee Etta Powell and Earnest James, a committee formed to create the CSO Multicultural Awareness Council in 1989.
MAC marks its 30th anniversary in 2019/20 with a series of special public events.