With great pride and anticipation, the Volunteer Council for the National Symphony Orchestra is preparing for a magniﬁcent three-day AMSOV 43rd Biennial Conference in Washington, D.C. from Thursday, June 3, to Sunday, June 6, 2021.
Washington, D.C. is a rich blend of respect for the history of our venerable capital and an eager embrace of our cultural innovations.
The stately Fairfax will welcome you and serve as your home for four days of sights and insights. And at several Washington, D.C. venues, you will experience programs that open your mind, your senses, your capabilities, and your imagination as members of AMSOV.
The Kennedy Center, home of the National Symphony Orchestra, remains the symphonic diamond of Washington, D.C. Maestro Gianandrea Noseda, one of the world’s most sought after conductors, believes that nurturing the next generation of artists is important, as evidenced by his ongoing work in masterclasses and tours with youth orchestras.
With the REACH, the Kennedy Center’s new campus inaugurated in September 2019, you will see brought to life a philosophy that exempliﬁes so much of what we care about in AMSOV. “The Kennedy Center strives to cultivate a culture of inclusiveness, in which our art and our audiences are as rich, diverse, and ever-changing as America itself."