Jan Lehman (center) with Dan Branch, law partner at Winstead and former state representative, and Joe Straus, business owner and former Texas Speaker of the House. Lehman introduced pianist James Dick, recognized as 2022 History-Making Texan by the Texas State History Museum Foundation.
Jan Lehman of Lehman Associates was an honored presenter at the Texas State History Museum Foundation gala. Lehman introduced legendary pianist James Dick, who was named History-Making Texan for 2022. Dick’s accomplishments were celebrated alongside those of fellow award winner Lyda Hill, a renowned philanthropist and entrepreneur.
The award recognizes living Texas legends whose contributions to the state and the nation have been truly historic and exceptional in scope. The event celebrates the state’s culture and supports the Bullock Museum, the nation’s premier institution on Texas history.
“James Dick elevates Texas nationally as a leader in the arts through his own talent as a concert pianist and his global impact on the education of young artists. He’s performed in the top concert halls in the world, including Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center, and has been showered with accolades. His lasting legacy transcends his own talent, through founding the Round Top Festival Institute, which has taught hundreds of talented young musicians and presented world-class classical performances in a stunning setting,” said Lynn McBee, event chair and TSHMF trustee.