Mid-Texas Symphony Guild

The Mid-Texas Symphony Guild was founded as part of the Mid-Texas Symphony Society in 1978 by Anita Windecker, who was then a professor of Music at Texas Lutheran College. The objective of the MTS Society is to bring orchestral music to the Seguin and New Braunfels areas by sponsoring the Mid-Texas Symphony Orchestra.

The MTS Guild is the support organization for the orchestra. Although the Guild has its own bylaws and guidelines, it operates under the direction of the MTS Society Board. There are two chapters of the Guild, one in Seguin and one in New Braunfels. Each chapter has its own President and Executive Committee. The Guild is represented on the MTS Society Board by the Vice-President of Guild, who also acts as liaison between the MTS Board and the Guild chapters.

Members of the Guild take an active role in fund-raising, in sponsoring educational programs and in providing hospitality for the orchestra. The Debutante programs are one of most popular guild programs and are highlighted by the presentation of the Debutantes at each chapter’s annual symphony Ball. The New Braunfels chapter also sponsors a very successful Cotillion program. The Guild welcomes new members at any time. Please contact the MTS office for more information.

For information about the upcoming Debutante programs, please contact New Braunfels Debutante Chairman, Wendy McMullen at wmcmullen2@gmail.com (210.887.3748) or Seguin Debutante Chair, Jill Law at jayjilllaw3@gmail.com The New Braunfels program accepts area Senior High School girls while the Seguin program is open to Junior and Senior High School girls.


The New Braunfels Chapter - 2022-2023 Debutante Program:

Incoming high school senior girls who either reside or attend high school in Comal County are eligible to apply for this program. The year will begin with a Mother-Daughter Tea in June, and will include educational workshops, ushering at symphonies, fundraising activities, attending the Symphony Ball in February, and conclude in April.

Anyone who is eligible and wishes to apply, must attend a "Mandatory Information Session" on Sunday, May 15th, 2022 from 2-4 p.m. Each prospective Deb must attend with at least one parent.

For more information, please email your name, phone number, email address, and the name of the school you attend to Debutante Chairman Wendy McMullen at nbmtsdebs@gmail.com or 210.887.3748, and she will then send you the actual invitation to this mandatory meeting.

If you know a young man who will be a Junior or a Senior in high school, who lives in Comal County, and might want to be considered to serve as an Escort or a Stag in this program, you may also reach out to Mrs. McMullen.


The New Braunfels Chapter - 2022-23 Cotillion Programs:

There will be at least three sessions this coming season. These sessions are open to students who will be in 8th or 9th grade in the 2022-23 school year. If you would like more information on dates and fees, please contact Christine Drotts at: drotts@live.com or 830-734-2080.