Lafayette Symphony Guild

Supporting the LSO since 1956

The Lafayette Symphony Guild builds a fellowship of music-minded individuals by providing its members with musical education, unique experiences, and fun opportunities to promote and support the LSO. In other words, we’re family to the Orchestra. Opportunities are available to get involved with event organizing, providing snacks to musicians during rehearsals, and participating on a variety of committees.

2022-23 Guild Gatherings

(Meetings will be held by Zoom if not possible in person.)

Thursday, Nov. 10, 2022, 11:30 AM
Joint Meeting with Art League
Duncan Hall

• LSO Flutist Andrea Raes
• Maestro Nick’s concert preview: Tweet About It
• Catered Bistro 501 Luncheon/Secret Bid auction fundraiser

Thursday, December 15, 2022, 1:30 PM
The Arts Federation

LSO Education Programs, Jodi Taylor
• Maestro Nick’s concert preview: Holiday Pops

Tuesday, March 28, 2023 6:30 PM
Central Presbyterian Church Library

• Keller Competition Winners performances
• Maestro Nick’s concert preview: Czech’s Mix

Thursday, May 11, 2023 1:30 PM
“Farewell to Maestro Nick Palmer”
The Arts Federation

• Maestro Nick’s concert preview: Nick’s Picks

Tuesday, June 6, 2023, 2:00 PM
“Tea at Two”
Haan Museum Sculpture Garden

• LSO Guest Musician
• Annual Meeting

Membership and Perks

Annual Guild membership is $35 ($37 online with $2 processing fee) and includes the following:

  • Free regular Guild Gatherings for you and a friend
  • Exclusive artist meet-and-greets
  • Access to members-only events
Guild Leadership

Sue Carr President
Joan Briller 1st Vice President
Trudi Wildfeuer 2nd Vice President
Jean O’Reilly Recording Secretary
Sue Carr Corresponding Secretary
Nancy Kildsig Treasurer

Want to support the Lafayette Symphony Guild? Donate below!

2021 Guild Woman of Note Sue Carr
June 2021 Annual Meeting, Trudi Wildfeuer’s garden (Sara Wollan, cello)

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