Lincoln’s Symphony Orchestra (LSO, presented nine concerts in its Fall 2023 season, and looks forward to seven more in the Spring. Compose Your Own Subscriptions are still available, as are single tickets.

Mahler’s “Resurrection” Symphony opened the season to one of LSO’s largest ever opening night audiences. In October, LSO presented the orchestral premier of Dawning by Layale Chaker and Kinan Azmeh, performed the first of the season’s two Family Concerts and welcomed nearly 5,000 fourth through sixth grade students to the Lied Center for their annual Young People’s Concerts. Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons delighted another large audience in November, and December began with LSO’s annual “Deck the Halls.”

The Spring 2024 season includes the introduction of LSO’s new Composer-In-Residence, Elena Ruehr, with her composition Unquiet Earth. LSO presents several regional premieres, including James Lee III’s Courageous Lights for English horn, featuring LSO’s Darci Gamerl; Groovebox Fantasy by Kenji Bunch; and Damian Montano’s Concerto for Piccolo, Contrabassoon, and Orchestra, performed by LSO’s Rebecca Van de Bogart and Joyce Besch. 15-time GRAMMY award winner Béla Fleck performs his own Juno Concerto and a new transcription of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue for banjo and orchestra. Brahms’s Piano Concerto No. 1, performed by Mark Clinton, and Maurice Ravel’s arrangement of Modest Mussorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibition complete the season.

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