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Longmont Symphony Orchestra’s mission is to foster & promote the appreciation & understanding of symphonic music through performances & educational programs
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Longmont Symphony Orchestra Apr 2
Sat, April 4, 7:30 PM, Channel 8 will broadcast past performances of the LSO. Grab some local takeout and join us at 7:30 pm by going to Comcast Channel 8, HD 880 or online at
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Longmont Symphony Orchestra Mar 27
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Longmont Symphony Orchestra Mar 24
As we continue to monitor the spread of COVID19, we know we must make difficult decisions. Therefore, we have canceled the May 9 Pops concert in accordance with the recommendations from the CDC. Call 303-772-5796 for more info.
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Longmont Symphony Orchestra Mar 23
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Longmont Symphony Orchestra Mar 21
We can’t wait to bring Beethoven Symphony No. 6 to you next season. Until then, here is a wonderful performance by Paavo Jarvi and Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen
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Longmont Symphony Orchestra Mar 19
Thank you to all who donated their April 4 ticket purchase! Join us for our new initiative & let LSO be your musical escape during these challenging times.
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Longmont Symphony Orchestra Mar 13
Our April 4 Concert, A Fanfare for All with percussionist Cameron Leach has been cancelled due to COVID 19.
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Longmont Symphony Orchestra Mar 6
3 Super Candidates we can ALL celebrate! The Super Conductor Contest is one of our annual fundraisers. Candidates compete for the “Super Conductor” title. The Most votes win the 2020 Super Conductor & conducts on May 9. $1=1 vote Vote today at
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Elliot Moore Mar 5
I am so excited about the 's "A Fanfare for All," which includes Copland’s Third , written at the end of WWII. The piece uses “Fanfare for the Common Man” to express the euphoric spirit of the country. We need to hear this right now!
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Longmont Symphony Orchestra Feb 13
Longmont Times-Call preview: Longmont Symphony Orchestra looks at the future of music with ‘Force of Destiny’ - Violinist and the Longmont Youth Symphony take the stage with the LSO Feb. 15:
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Longmont Symphony Orchestra Feb 13
SharpsandFlatirons preview: ‘Thread of destiny’ runs through the Longmont Symphony's Feb. 15 program - Violinist and Longmont Youth Symphony will join the LSO onstage:
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Longmont Symphony Orchestra Feb 10
For our Feb. 15 concert, destiny takes the reins - from soulmate connections to the “lives” of musical instruments in The Red Violin featuring . The evening closes w/ Respighi’s Pines of Rome side-by-side w/ the Longmont Youth Symphony:
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Longmont Symphony Orchestra Jan 17
“I think that my goal, whenever I have children in the audience, is to really engage them. I think that music can be a transformative experience. ~ - Longmont Symphony arranges family fun w/ Peter & the Wolf, Carnival of the Animals-Jan 18:
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SVVSD Fine Arts Jan 15
SVVSD Honor Orch students worked w/ 3 amazing professionals for tonight’s event: Harpist Rachel Starr Elkins, Dr. Joel Schut from , & from ! When our students work w/ experts they become better musicians & leaders! Thank you all!
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Longmont Symphony Orchestra Jan 11
Bring the whole family to our 1-hr matinee concert on Jan 18 at 4 PM! This short & fun program includes selections from Carnival of the Animals w/ poetry by Jack Prelutsky, plus the ever-popular Peter & the Wolf with narrator Amber Salaz. Tickets $10:
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Longmont Symphony Orchestra Dec 10
Support the Longmont Symphony on ! We need your support to continue to provide diverse concerts & outreach programs in the Longmont schools and community. Donate now:
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Longmont Symphony Orchestra Dec 4
*This weekend* is Nutcracker weekend! We hope to see you at one of our popular Nutcracker performances with the at Vance Brand Civic Auditorium: Dec 7, 4 PM & Dec. 8, 2 PM. Gentle Nutcracker on Dec 7, 1 PM.
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Cellista Nov 25
If it weren’t for sending a string 4tet to my elementary school to play Beethoven when I was 9 I never would’ve played cello! I don’t know what my life would be like without it. The places this instrument has taken me & the friends I’ve made around the world.
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Imagine! Nov 5
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Longmont Symphony Orchestra Nov 4
On Shostakovich's Cello Concerto No. 1: “It’s one of the pieces that made me really fall in love with classical music. It’s just an incredible masterpiece for the cello.” ~ -
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