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Nathan Lee – Solo Concert

Nathan Lee |Solo Concert Seattle to Longmont ]Sunday, November 15, 2020 - 4pm | Virtual Prodigiously talented Korean-American pianist, Nathan Lee, dazzles us in a performance filled with musical insight and sensitivity from his home in Seattle.  A question and answer segment with our audience will follow the performance. Nathan Lee | Solo Concert $35 About Nathan Lee Pianist Nathan ...
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Caroline Campbell – Solo Concert

Caroline Campbell |Solo Concert Los Angeles to Longmont Sunday, October 25, 2020 - 4pm | Virtual Elliot Moore, conductor Violin superstar, Caroline Campbell, comes to us live from her home in  California for a solo performance.  A question and answer segment with our audience will follow the performance. "She is a fair-haired angel with a bow, who, when on stage, ...
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May 9 Concert Cancellation

Dear Patrons, Musicians and the Community, 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, we have canceled the May 9 Pops concert in accordance with the recommendations …

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April 4 Concert Cancellation

Dear Longmont Symphony Orchestra Patrons, Supporters and the Community, In an effort to protect the health and safety of our patrons, musicians, community and staff, the Longmont Symphony Orchestra Board of Directors has cancelled the April 4 Concert, A Fanfare for All, featuring percussionist Cameron Leach. At this time, there is no plan to reschedule this concert for a future date. All …

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Beethoven Cycle at the Longmont Museum – 2/29 & 3/1

Beethoven Cycle: Schubert & Beethoven Saturday, February 29, 2020―7 PM Sunday, March 1, 2020―4 PM   SOLD OUT Stewart Auditorium at the Longmont Museum Longmont Symphony Chamber Orchestra Elliot Moore, conductor SCHUBERT Symphony No. 5 BEETHOVEN Symphony No. 4 Tickets $35, includes a complimentary glass of wine and a post-concert reception February 29 tickets: LSO AT STEWART AUDITORIUM: LESSER KNOWN BEETHOVEN ...
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The Force of Destiny – 2/15

The Force of Destiny Saturday, February 15, 2020―7:30 PM Vance Brand Civic Auditorium Elliot Moore, conductor VERDI  Overture to La forza del destino CORIGLIANO  The Red Violin: Chaconne for Violin and Orchestra Andrew Sords, violin PAGANINI  La Campanella RESPIGHI  Pines of Rome Side-by-side with the Longmont Youth Symphony The feeling of destiny is one that accompanies us at different times ...
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The Genius of Stradivari & Guarneri: Violins of Cremona – 2/1

The Genius of Stradivari & Guarneri: Violins of Cremona Saturday, February 1, 2020―3 PM Stewart Auditorium at the Longmont Museum A special event co-presented with the Longmont Museum Language of the Masters by Dr. William Sloan featuring award-winning violinist Andrew Sords - with concertmaster Paul Trapkus and pianists Judy Sloan and Susan Olenwine The Longmont Symphony is proud to partner ...
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Family Concert – 1/18

Family Concert - Carnival of the Animals and Peter & The Wolf Saturday, January 18, 2020―4 PM-5 PM Vance Brand Civic Auditorium Elliot Moore, conductor Amber Salaz, narrator SAINT-SAËNS  Selections from Carnival of the Animals      Introduction and Royal March of the Lion      Hens and Roosters      Aquarium      Fossils      Finale with poetry by Jack Prelutsky PROKOFIEV  Peter ...
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Handel Messiah – 12/13

Handel's Messiah | Solo Selections Sunday, December 13, 2020―4 PM  | Virtual   Elliot Moore, conductor   Handel Messiah $35 A Note from our Conductor: As a work that has come to be known as a holiday classic, with annual performances at Christmas time across the globe, we wanted to bring back the solo portions of Handel's Messiah to our ...
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The Nutcracker Ballet – 12/8

The Nutcracker Ballet Sunday, December 8, 2019―2 PM Vance Brand Civic Auditorium Boulder Ballet Elliot Moore, conductor TCHAIKOVSKY   The Nutcracker, Op. 71  This December, the curtain rises for America’s favorite ballet, brought to life by the Boulder Ballet and the Longmont Symphony. Make your plans now for this thrilling and heart-warming spectacle, all performed to Tchaikovsky’s masterful score. A holiday ...