A New Season of Music That Unites
Your Longmont Symphony Orchestra remained committed to you and to our mission by providing online concerts and educational content throughout the 2020-2021 season. Thanks to you and the resilient spirit of everyone at the LSO, we are able to return to a full season of in person performances!
Longmont Symphony Orchestra is proud to present a selection of works by composers who have influenced symphonic music for hundreds of years as well as representing the music of our time and our future. Our season includes performers and composers that reflect the beauty and diversity of Longmont today - rooted in tradition with an undeniable spirit of adventure and optimism.
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November 13, 2021
Barber - Knoxville: Summer of 1915
and Dvorak's Symphony #9
"From the New World",
featuring soprano Leberta Lorál
Friday December 3, 7pm
Saturday December 4, 1pm & 4pm
Sunday December 5, 4pm
We are overjoyed to present the return of the Longmont Symphony & Boulder Ballet production of Pyotr Tchaikovsky's enduring classic
January 15, 2022
From the Earth to,
the Moon and Beyond
A space themed program for everyone!
Observing local health precautions due to COVID, this concert is currently postponed.
February 26, 2022
Beethoven: A Portrait
Beethoven Symphony No. 6 “Pastoral,”
Bates Undistant, Beethoven Symphony No. 5
Our musicians, guest artists, staff, board and volunteers have all agreed to be vaccinated in order to safely gather together for in-person indoor LSO events. We care deeply about our LSO family and are extending that care to all patrons.
For all indoor LSO events beginning January 1, 2022: All patrons 12+ must show proof of base COVID-19 vaccination (2 doses of Pfizer or Moderna, or 1 dose of J&J), or medical exemption (doctor's note on letterhead) to attend any LSO event. All patrons 5-11 years old must show proof of at least one vaccine dose. All patrons are required to remain masked while indoors.