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OCTOBER 19, 2023
The B-Side, Track 3:
Pedals & Metal

LSO Principals Sharon Weyser (French horn) and Melissa Gallant (harp) make an unconventional pairing for a mix of classical, Celtic folk, and pop.


NOVEMBER 18, 2023
Friends & Neighbors

Music Director & Conductor candidate Kelly Corcoran leads an evening of music inspired by interpersonal connections, with Le Tombeau de Couperin (Maurice Ravel), Coincident Dances (Jessie Montgomery), Seven O’Clock Shout (Valerie Coleman), and Enigma Variations (Edward Elgar). Keller Concerto Contest winner Tara Kim performs Mendelssohn on piano.


DECEMBER 16, 2023
Holiday Pops

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Nostalgic holiday standards and contemporary favorites come together under the baton of Assistant Conductor José Valencia.


FEBRUARY 9, 2024
Lollipop Concert

Kids discover the LSO with this delightfully entertaining introduction to the orchestra experience, led by Assistant Conductor José Valencia! Stop by beginning at 6:00pm for the Instrument Petting Zoo where you can touch and try instruments of the orchestra.


MARCH 7, 2024
The B-Side, Track 4:
How Suite It Is

A synthesis of jazz and classical, Claude Bolling’s Suite for Flute and Jazz Piano is performed in its entirety with LSO flutist Andrea Raes at the helm.


APRIL 6, 2024
Made in the Americas

Music Director & Conductor candidate Kellen Gray conducts a program of music from the Americas, including An Outdoor Adventure (Aaron Copland), Estancia (Alberto Ginastera), and Symphony No. 1, “Afro-American” (William Grant Still). Keller Concerto Contest winner Olivia Hodge performs Sibelius on violin.


APRIL 18, 2024
The B-Side, Track 5:
Sax in the City

LSO bass clarinetist Beth Purkhiser assembles a sax quartet with a mix of classical and jazz favorites.


MAY 11, 2024
That’s All, Folk!

Music Director & Conductor candidate Kalena Bovell takes the podium to lead an evening of pieces influenced by folk songs and spirituals, with the overture to The Song of Hiawatha (Samuel Coleridge-Taylor), Norwegian Dances (Edvard Grieg), and Symphony No. 6 (Antonín Dvořák). Keller Concerto Contest winner Madison Cantey performs vocal selections from Gounod and Handel.


JUNE 6, 2024
The B-Side, Track 6:
Robin & the Toad

It’s an eclectic cross-cultural jam session with LSO bassist Todd Gallagher, violinist Robin Kearson, and their merry band. Think: Nino Rota, Frank Zappa, and Andean folk.