Ledbetter to lead BSO Board

By Michelle Price
UCBJ Managing Editor

COOKEVILLE – Zach Ledbetter will serve as the new President of the Bryan Symphony Orchestra (BSO) board of directors for the new fiscal year. 

Ledbetter joined the board in 2017, serving on both the board and the executive committee. He looks forward to the upcoming season titled “Your Symphony. Your Story.” The BSO is elevating its marketing for the coming year and is in the works of a brand-new, high-quality publication.

Ledbetter currently serves as the vice president of visitor development for the Cookeville-Putnam County Visitor’s Bureau and sees great value in the symphony for both visitors and local residents.

“The BSO creates not only an elevated quality of life for our local residents, but it impacts the culture that attracts our visitors as well, providing added activity amenities in celebrating the arts of our destination,” said Ledbetter. “I’m humbled by the opportunity to assist in leading this organization to further achievements.”

The symphony’s new season kicks off with a free outdoor community concert Sunday, Sept. 1 at 7 p.m. in Dogwood Park featuring light classics and patriotic favorites.

MISSION of the Bryan Symphony Orchestra: To provide an orchestra of the highest artistic standards, to perform regularly a broad range of repertoire for a wide and diverse audience, to provide quality educational experiences for all ages, and to serve as a leader and a continuing force in the cultural life of the Upper Cumberland region.

Michelle Price is the managing editor of the Upper Cumberland Business Journal and can be reached via email. Send an email.

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