Welcome to the Longmont Symphony Orchestra

2019-20 Season: COVID 19 Update

As we continue to monitor the spread of COVID19, we know we must make difficult decisions. The Longmont Symphony is primarily concerned with the health and safety of all who attend our concerts, as well as our musicians and staff. Therefore, our two remaining concerts  April 4 Fanfare for All and the May 9 Pops concerts have been cancelled in accordance with the recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. These cancellations will assist in stopping the spread of additional cases of COVID19, which in turn protects our community.  As per Governor Polis’ recent directives, the office is also closed until further notice. 

 

 

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#MusictoLiftOurSpirits

We have entered a new realm, but as Creatives, we will find new ways to connect with you through music. Join us on online for the #MusicToLiftOurSpirits initiative where we share orchestra music from the LSO and orchestras around the world. We are posting performances of symphonic works that I have hand-picked for you. We are also including small solo performances by your LSO musicians, light-hearted musical videos, me playing my cello, musical jokes, funny moments from rehearsals with famous conductors, and some of my thoughts on great conductors of the past. Also, I have created a Spotify playlist that you can listen to, designed to accompany you on your day of social distancing.  https://bit.ly/LSOplaylist  

To view past videos created my our Musicians and Music Director visit our YouTube Channel

 

Message from the LSO President – Carol Minelli

LSO Board President’s Message


About the LSO

Founded in 1966, the Longmont Symphony Orchestra’s mission is to enrich, inspire and serve our extended community as a symphony orchestra recognized for its artistic excellence. Each year, the orchestra performs 17 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.


Volunteer for the LSO

Volunteering is a meaningful and significant form of philanthropy. Giving your time and skills demonstrates an invaluable expression of support for the Longmont Symphony Orchestra. The LSO is always looking for volunteers. Click here for more info


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