An Important Note for our Patrons:
All those who purchased tickets for our Holiday Concert at the Academy Center of the Arts should have received an e-mail with instructions on how you can choose to donate your ticket sale to the LSO or opt to receive a refund. If you need more information, please contact the Academy Box Office at 434-846-8499.
To contact the LSO about making a donation, sponsoring a musician, or making a gift in honor or in memoriam, please contact the LSO Office at 434-845-6604 or e-mail Donna@lynchburgsymphony.org
Lynchburg Symphony Orchestra:
Happy Holidays with the LSO
Saturday, Dec 19, 7:30 p.m. ~ ONLINE
Our popular annual Holiday Concert will be offered this year as a FREE online broadcast, on Saturday, December 19th. Originally planned for a live audience, this program has pivoted to an online performance, due to recent changes in COVID-19 restrictions.
Our musicians will be performing many holiday favorites, along with some special guests… the Bells of the Blue Ridge handbell choir, and “Old Fuzzy Face”, Lynchburg’s favorite Santa!
So mark your calendars and plan to cozy up on the couch as the LSO presents our holiday gift to you on Saturday, Dec 19th, at 7:30pm. You’ll be able to access the broadcast by clicking the link below:
We hope that you will show your support for the LSO by considering a year-end donation that makes events like this possible. Consider donating the typical cost of your concert tickets, or perhaps a more generous contribution that will support our local musicians and our ongoing educational initiatives during this difficult season. Thank you for supporting your local symphony orchestra!
Lynchburg Symphony Orchestra Strings: Inspired by Folk
Saturday, Oct 10, 7:30 p.m. ~ Academy Center of the Arts
The Lynchburg Symphony Orchestra returns to live performance with a diverse program emphasizing the folk origins of many classical works.
Featuring a group of 20 players from the LSO’s string section, this program will present folk-influenced music by Gustav Holst, Bela Bartok, and Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky. This program will also feature the music of two groundbreaking Black composers, Harry Burleigh and Duke Ellington, and a tribute to LSO charter member Jean H. Raas, with the music of Gustav Mahler.
This event has limited, socially-distanced seating available, so get your tickets soon!
We’ll also be hosting a livestream broadcast for those who cannot attend in person.
Click below to order online, or call the Academy Box Office at 434-846-8499.
Know before you go! — Learn about the Health & Safety Guidelines for concerts taking place in the downtown Historic Academy Theatre.
LSO Live-Streamed Chamber Concert
Friday, May 8, at 7 p.m.
Enjoy our live-streamed performance from the stage of the Historic Academy of Music Theatre, recorded on May 8, 2020. This program, presented by some of LSO’s principal musicians, includes works by Mozart, Gershwin, and Massenet, along with a selection of “pops” favorites.
Watch the archived concert at the Academy Center of the Arts Facebook page.