Welcome from Music Director Elliot Moore

Dear Longmont Symphony Patrons,

 Welcome Back!

After 20 months of a global pandemic that has ravaged the lives of millions, shaken the economy and brought shared culture to a standstill, we are finally able to perform again for you live. For the Longmont Symphony Orchestra musicians, board and staff, our 2021-22 season will be unlike any previous season in our 56-year history. You are here because you love the music and crave that feeling as the music affirms the awesome power of the human spirit. We are here because we are called to bring you the glorious sounds of music that unites, uplifts and enriches the lives of us all. After so many months away from you, our desire to present passionate performances that touch, move and inspire has never been greater.

I speak for us all when I say that we are thrilled that, for the first time in our history, we will be offering our live performances in a digital streaming format. Your hearing and experiencing the music completes what our composers began. You are also our best advocates, and we love when you tell your friends, colleagues and neighbors about your symphony experience. 

We are proud to be presenting some of the greatest expressions of the human spirit — from the First Symphony of Brahms to Haydn’s “Miracle” Symphony alongside compositions from our time, including Jessie Montgomery’s “Starburst” and a WORLD PREMIERE by Michael Udow. Join us as we move forward into the next chapter of the Longmont Symphony, marked by our commitment to being a catalyst that deepens the awareness of our shared humanity, optimism for our collective continued recovery from the global pandemic and joy in the sharing of live music with you — our beloved audience. 

Musically yours,

Elliot Moore
Music Director

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