Lynchburg Symphony Orchestra
Together We Make Music
Hymn of Praise
Felix Mendelssohn’s Symphony no.2 op. 52
Giuseppe Verdi’s “Overture to Nabucco”
Sunday, October 23 at 3 p.m.
Liberty University Performing Arts
The LSO, Liberty University Symphony Orchestra, Liberty University Choral Ensembles and soloists Adelaide Trombetto, Samantha Miller, and John Hugo perform in Liberty University’s brand new Performing Arts Concert Hall. The LSO is grateful to Liberty University for sponsoring this concert.
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Howard Blake’s “The Snowman Symphony” and Victor Hely-Hutchinson’s “Carol Symphony”
Saturday, December 10 at 7pm
Jefferson Forest High School’s Cavalier Theatre
The LSO is proud to bring this family concert, sponsored by Martin and Lee Ann Parece to Forest, Va. The LSO will accompany a screening of the beloved children’s classic film, “The Snowman.” The LSO will also join Cantate Children’s Choir in traditional holiday classics, including Hely-Hutchinson’s “Carol Symphony.”
Givens Bookstore, Blooms by Doyle,
Aylor's Garden Center
Music and Dance
The LSO and Liberty University presents
Richmond Ballet II. Experience the beauty and elegance of ballet in Lynchburg. We thank LU for hosting this amazing program.
Richmond Ballet II
March 25 at 7:00 p.m.
Liberty University School of Music
Performing Arts Concert Hall
Featuring Val Caniparoli's “Stolen Moments"
and Malcolm Burn's "A Tribute (To Marcel Marceau and Bip)"
“Radiant Dances” by James Naigus, performed by the Lynchburg Symphony Orchestra
Richmond Ballet Dancers in Stolen Moments by Val Caniparoli.
Richmond Ballet. All rights reserved. Photo by Sarah Ferguson.