James Click (ESD), Peyton Plumlee (Parish), Ava Haberer (Highland Park), Nicholas Koch (St. Marks), Anne Rubi (Hockaday) Cade Jordan (Jesuit) Caroline Syler (Ursuline)

Saturday, January 29th 

Gilley's Dallas

What is Junior Symphony Ball (JSB)? 

The Junior Symphony Ball (JSB) is a fundraising event where high-school sophomores, juniors, and seniors from over 35 schools will come together and celebrate an evening filled with live music, dancing, professionally staffed gaming tables, raffles, prizes and refreshments. JSB is in its 64th year and is the longest running fundraiser of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra League (DSOL), supporting DSOL outreach programs such as the Young Strings program and the Young Musicians program. Go to to get involved with this great event!

Any student is welcome to learn more about becoming a committee representative by reaching out to JSB Chairs or school committee representatives. To get involved as a volunteer with the Junior Symphony Ball, contact us at

Click here for Frequently Asked Questions

JSB supports music education and outreach through the Young Strings and Young Musicians Programs

Alcuin School - Bishop Lynch - Booker T. Washington - Cambridge - Cistercian - Dallas International School - Episcopal School of Dallas - Greenhill - Highland Park - Hillcrest - Hockaday - Jesuit - John Paul II - Lake Highlands -  Parish Episcopal - Prince of Peace Christian- Shelton - St. Mark’s of Texas - Ursuline Academy - Woodrow Wilson
THANK YOU to all of our volunteers and participating schools!

Parents may join the Steering Committee and purchase JSB tickets by clicking here.

Courtesy of Connie Roper Photography
Courtesy of Connie Roper Photography