Lincoln’s Symphony Orchestra (LSO, lincolnsymphony.com) is now offering single tickets for their 2023-2024 season!
Mahler’s “Resurrection” Symphony with Esther Heideman, Susan Platts and a large combined choir opens the season. Other symphonic masterworks include Mussorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibition; Brahms’s Piano Concerto No. 1 featuring Mark Clinton; Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons with concertmaster Anton Miller; and music by Bach, Handel, Beethoven and Sibelius.
LSO introduces new Composer-In-Residence, Elena Ruehr, with her piece Unquiet Earth. LSO will present several regional premieres this season, including James Lee III’s Courageous Lights for English horn, featuring LSO’s Darci Gamerl; Double Concerto for Clarinet, Violin and Ensemble performed by the composers Kinan Azmeh and Layale Chaker; 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.
Other highlights include 15-time GRAMMY award winner Béla Fleck performing his own Juno Concerto and a new transcription of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue for banjo, a pop concert of Star Wars music, LSO’s annual Deck the Halls conducted by Lucas Waldin and two family concerts full of educational and musical fun. New this year, LSO offers a chamber orchestra performance in the Johnny Carson Theater with Copland’s Appalachian Spring and Prokofiev’s “Classical” Symphony.
Subscriptions are available starting at just $80, and single tickets are now available with prices of $20/$40 for adults and $5 for youth.
Lincoln’s Symphony Orchestra presents a season of 11 concerts which are attended by 10,000 audience members annually. Visit lincolnsymphony.com, email email@example.com or call (402) 476-2211 for more information.