Welcome to the Longmont Symphony Orchestra
2018-19 Season: Musical Journeys
“For the connecting thread of the LSO’s 2018-19 season, we’ve chosen ‘Musical Journeys.’ Concert highlights include a Juilliard-trained pianist from Longmont’s sister city of Chino, Japan; French music from Ravel and Debussy; a ‘Sounds of America’ concert with music by Libby Larsen, Samuel Barber and Aaron Copland; carols from around the world for our holiday concert; and a space-themed pops concert,” said Music Director Elliot Moore. “We’ll also continue our cycle of Beethoven Symphonies at the Longmont Museum, and our popular family programming with The Nutcracker Ballet in December and the world premiere of ‘A Child’s Book of Animals’ for our family concert in January.”
LSO’s new executive director: Longmont reminds her of her native Italy – Giorgia Ghizzoni plans for the continued growth and development of the orchestra, SharpsandFlatirons.com | article
Elliot Moore finds the Longmont Symphony “fun to drive” going into a new season, SharpsandFlatirons.com | article
Longmont Symphony 2018-19: ‘Musical Journeys,’ Beethoven Cycle, SharpsandFlatirons.com | article
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About the LSO
Founded in 1966, the Longmont Symphony Orchestra’s mission is to foster and promote the appreciation and understanding of symphonic music through performances and educational programs. Each year, the orchestra performs more than 12 concerts, enjoyed by 15,000+ people. Although the Longmont Symphony Orchestra primarily serves the citizens of the City of Longmont, its sphere of influence encompasses the entire St. Vrain Valley, including Boulder, Weld, Larimer, Broomfield and Adams Counties.
Our Commitment to the Community
The Longmont Symphony Orchestra is a non-profit community based organization whose mission is to foster and promote the appreciation and understanding of symphonic music through performances and educational programs. To that end, the LSO is dedicated to providing opportunities for our school-aged children, seniors, and the underserved community to experience live orchestral music.