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Gustavo Dudamel to Receive Americas Society Cultural Achievement Award

Americas Society

March 12, 2016


(Image: Gerardo Gomez)

Americas Society will present conductor Gustavo Dudamel with the Americas Society Cultural Achievement Award on March 12, 2016 for his many outstanding artistic and humanitarian accomplishments. Currently serving as Music and Artistic Director of the Los Angeles Philharmonic and Music Director of the Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela, Dudamel is one of the most decorated conductors of his generation. The Americas Society Cultural Achievement Award, which recognizes extraordinary creativity and artistic mastery among Latin American cultural figures, will be presented to the conductor at a dinner and award ceremony to be held at the Society’s landmark building on Park Avenue in New York. The evening will feature a conversation between Dudamel and Magalie Laguerre-Wilkinson, journalist and producer of CBS News' 60 Minutes.

Join us for this special occasion paying tribute to a tireless advocate for the importance of music education for all children. Proceeds from the dinner and award ceremony will go towards fulfilling Americas Society's mission of promoting the visual arts, music, and literature of the Americas among a diverse audience in the United States.

Limited space is available. Kindly reserve by filling out this form.


  • Patron table at $25,000
  • Supporter table at $10,000


  • Patron ticket(s) at $2,500 
  • Supporter ticket(s) at $1,000

For additional information, please contact:
T: (212) 277-8356 | F: (212) 249-5868 |