Lynchburg Symphony Orchestra
Together We Make Music
The LSO 2016-2017 season brings you three concerts.
Season subscriptions include priority concert seating.
Hymn of Praise October.23, 3:00 p.m. Liberty University School of Music Performing Arts Concert Hall
Felix Mendelssohn, Symphony no.2, op. 52, Guiseppe Verdi, Overture to Nabucco
The LSO, Liberty University Symphony Orchestra, Liberty University Choral Ensembles, with soloists, Adelaide Trombetto, Samantha Miller and John Hugo, will perform one of the first concerts in the new Concert Hall, with LU sponsoring the program.
The Snowman December.10, 7:00 p.m. Jefferson Forest HS Cavalier Theatre
BECOME A SEASON SUBSCRIBER. Reserve your tickets now for the entire 2016-2017 subscription season.
Beloved children’s movie with The Snowman Symphony, by Howard Blake; The Carol Symphony, by Hely-Hutchinson with Cantate Children’s Choir. The LSO is proud to bring this family concert, sponsored by Martin and Lee Ann Parece, to Forest, VA. The Symphony accompanies the screening of the children’s story. Cantate Children’s Choir sings traditional holiday favorites. *Pre-show crafts, exquisite sugar plums, coat check & red carpet welcome await you.
Radiant Dances by Naigus Richmond Ballet II March 25, 7:00 p.m. Liberty University School of Music Performing Arts Concert Hall. Stolen Moments, music by Val Caniparoli, A Tribute, music by Malcolm Burn.
The LSO and Liberty University presents Richmond Ballet II. Experience the beauty and elegance of live, professional ballet in Lynchburg. We thank LU for sponsoring this program. *Pre-concert “Meet A Prima Ballerina” activities, prizes,
book reading and mini ballet lessons create memories for young girls (and old!), to benefit the LSO.
MAKE A DONATION. When you order season tickets, please consider making an additional contribution to the Lynchburg Symphony Orchestra and become an individual or corporate LSO Donor. The Lynchburg Symphony is a nonprofit organization. Click here to donate. 100% of your donation goes to the LSO.
The Lynchburg Symphony Orchestra is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization, therefore all contributions made to the LSO above the ticket price are tax deductible. If you have any questions about making a contribution to the orchestra, please call the LSO office at 434.845.6604.