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Live and filmed Independence Day weekend performances, July 3rd-5th
 in place of the July 4th Thompson Park celebration this year.

 

 Check out the LSO Brass Quintet at ArtWalk – Summer on the Streets in Downtown Longmont’s Creative District.
 
Saturday, July 3, 2021 – 6:30-8:00 PM
LSO Brass Quintet: Up Close and Patriotic
St. Stephen’s Plaza, 500 Main St, Longmont
Enjoy our Virtual July 4th Concert until we return Live next year!
Sunday, July 4 and Monday, July 5 |Virtual
Independence Day Concert for All
 
On Demand beginning July 4th VIEW
 
On Comcast channel 8/880, LPM website, and Roku app
Sunday, July 4th at 4pm, 6pm, or 8pm.
Monday, July 5th at 10am, 12pm, 4pm, 6pm, and 8pm.

 

Special guest Officer Craig Mansanares of the Longmont police department conducts the Washington Post March by John Philip Sousa.  Officer Mansanares was the 2020 winner of LSO’s Superconductor contest.  He worked with Music Director Elliot Moore to prepare for the concert.  “Craig is so engaging and did a great job.  The orchestra just loved him!” said Moore.

 

When the LSO and City of Longmont Community Services staff needed to begin planning for a successful July 4th concert at Thompson Park concert, the COVID19 public health protocols were still very uncertain. The LSO in partnership with the City of Longmont’s Community Services determined that the July 4th Concert at Thompson Park would be yet another casualty of COVID 19. The City of Longmont funds this important community event each year and was able to fund this year’s virtual concert, making the broadcast program a possibility. All of us look forward to a return of large-scale live concert events in Longmont, and especially our Independence Day concert in the park!

Final Concert of our 2021 Virtual Season

Clancy Newman | Solo Concert
Sat, Aug 7, 2021 – 7pm | Virtual

Tickets

 

These scholarships are possible thanks to the Nancy L. Nixon Foundation!

 

 

Music & Moore 

We have created a TV show in partnership with the Longmont Symphony Orchestra and Longmont Public Media, called “Music & Moore.” In this show, we talk about great music with great musicians and put a lot of humor into the mix to keep it light and fun. From children & music students to lay music enthusiasts & sophisticated connoisseurs of symphonic repertoire — everyone will enjoy Music & Moore!

 To view past videos created by our Musicians and the first episode of Music  & Moore visit our YouTube Channel

 

#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   

 

 

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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.[/text_output]


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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