UPCOMING EVENTS 2014-2015

 

  • O Happy Day!
  • O Holy Night
  • Handel's MESSIAH
  • Carmina Burana
  • Lebanon BrewHAHa!
  • Ludwig & Friends  
  • An Evening in Italy ~ "Una serata italiana"
  • Cookie Concert

Classical Music and children

LSO BLOG

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The Lebanon Symphony Orchestra

The Lebanon Symphony Orchestra

The LSOC's mission is to make the classical music experience educational, attractive, accessible and affordable for the families in and along the Dayton/Cincinnati corridor and to provide performance opportunities for the advanced musician (the Lebanon Symphony Chorus), the professional musician (the Lebanon Symphony Orchestra), and the aspiring young musician (the Lebanon Symphony Youth Orchestra).

Since its inception, the LSO has demonstrated the unique ability to make the concert experience relevant and entertaining to audiences of all ages, while maintaining high performance standards and integrity.

Throughout the years, the LSOC has introduced a variety of collaborations with professional artists including: composer Richard Einhorn's - "The Passion of Joan of Arc/Voices of Light" with special guests ANONYMOUS 4,  dancers - ballet tech® of ohio, pianists - Frederick Moyer,  jugglers - The Space Painter, The Magic Circle Mime Company and puppets - Madcap Puppets.

The LSOC is a not for profit 501 (c)3 organization and relies on the support of grants, concert sponsors, ticket sales and individual giving

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Lebanon Symphony Chorus


Lebanon Symphony Chorus

The Lebanon Symphony Chorus was the founding organization of the Lebanon Symphony Orchestra.  Founded in 1991 by Music Director David W. Donovan, the LSC has performed with the Cincinnati Opera, Blue Ash Montgomery Symphony, Kentucky Symphony and the Cincinnati Regional Pops. 

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Lebanon Symphony Youth Orchestra

The Lebanon Symphony Youth Orchestra began in January of 2010.  Over 50 young people from the greater Lebanon Region are currently enrolled in this ensemble.  Currently a string orchestra, plans are underway to expand it into a full orchestra with strings, brass and percussion.

The LSYO has performed at several events including: The Warren County Arts Festival, Apple Festival, performances at Otterbein Retirement Community, and their regularly scheduled concerts.  In May of 2011 they were featured on Channel 9 (WCPO) news as they played a special composition dedicated to Deputy Sheriff Brian Dulle.

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