Music is Life: A New Season for the Longmont Symphony Orchestra

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Photo provided by the Longmont Symphony Orchestra.

Celebrating their 53rd season and third with music director Elliot Moore the Longmont Symphony Orchestra entitled the 2019-20 season “Music is Life.”

“Each of our concerts offers something unique for music lovers—whether it’s featuring artists with non‐ traditional solo instruments, as with Jennifer Higdon’s Percussion Concerto, or celebrating Beethoven’s 250th birthday with his ‘Eroica’ Symphony and LSO’s first‐ever performance of Beethoven’s Fourth Symphony at Longmont Museum’s Stewart Auditorium,” said Elliot Moore, LSO’s music director.

“In addition to our presentation of The Nutcracker with the Boulder Ballet, we’ve made our Gentle Nutcracker into an annual event. This, combined with our robust outreach in schools, 5th Grade Concerts, and a Family Concert—featuring the timeless classic Peter and the Wolf—shows how music can unite the entire spectrum of our community and touch people’s lives.”

Six-concert subscription packages go on sale on Monday, May 20. Those interested can call 303-772-5796 or purchase online at longmontsymphony.org.

Here is the 2019-2020 Longmont Symphony schedule:

Photo courtesy of Longmont Symphony Orchestra

On June 7-8, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., the Longmont Symphony Orchestra will be hosting their annual fundraising event the “Festival of Flowers.”

This tradition will showcase some of Longmont’s gardening talents. The tour will include stops as these locations:

Tour gardens (all located in Longmont):
Allison Appelhans – 1264 Longs Peak Ave.
Wayne and Sylvia Gardner – 726 Kimbark St.
Christine Angrick and Ron Rees – 1710 6th Ave.
Doug and Norene Hawthorne – 1021 Willow Ct.
David and Joyce Spencer – 2984 Dunes Ct.

Sales also begin Monday, May 20 online at www.longmontsymphony.org/garden‐tour.


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