“Firm, decisive,” “vital and engaging” and “with a droll sense of humor on the podium,” Canada-based American conductor Daniel Black has begun to attract attention as a conductor who “makes music in a way that is meaningful to audiences in the 21st Century.”
Currently celebrating her 12th Anniversary Season as Music Director of Pennsylvania’s Altoona Symphony Orchestra, Teresa Cheung is in frequent demand for symphonic, choral, operatic and balletic productions throughout the United States and Canada.
A compelling and versatile musician spotlighted in Esquire Magazine as a rising star that is “redefining classical music,” Yaniv Segal has appeared on stages around the world as an actor, singer, violinist, violist, and conductor.
Brent Chancellor is Artistic Director and Conductor of the Ridgewood Symphony Orchestra, Music Director of the Rockland Symphony Orchestra, Founding Music Director of LUX, and Interim Music Director of the Montclair State University Opera Orchestra.
The core purpose of the Lancaster Symphony Orchestra is to enrich, entertain and educate the south central Pennsylvania community through unique live musical performances and to provide community engagement opportunities for students of all ages.
The LSO is engaging, building, and strengthening our community through imaginative and unique musical experiences.
2019-2020 Concert Season
Cultural Center at Willow Valley Communities
Winter Center, Millersville University
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I am at a loss for words at how AWESOME the show was last night. I’ve never heard the nutcracker suite in a way like I did yesterday. I loved every minute of the show. Thank you so much for the tremendous program. My wife and I are considering season tickets now.
This concert was a very uplifting and fun experience. I would highly recommend this to everyone, young and old alike.
Wonderful concert!! We truly enjoyed the music selection and the quality.
Music itself is such a gift to our students who wouldn’t otherwise have an opportunity to play an instrument or to hear an orchestra. I’ve seen their progression through the middle and high school years and watched our alumni make friendships that will last a lifetime, and experience such incredible opportunities that will create not just memories but well-rounded, creative, and caring adults. Thank you for making a difference in the lives of our students, and what better way than through music?!