Chamber Live Stream Concert Tickets

We are offering three chamber concerts this fall on October 24th, November 21st, and December 18 & 19th.   $25 per Live Stream ticket per concert or $60 for all three concerts. See you “virtually” at the symphony! The October Concert Live Stream video link from October 24th can still be purchased as well. We will email you the link to the Live Stream October concert 

All Live Stream Concerts Air at 7:30 pm and are live filmed at the Viterbo Fine Arts Center

La Crosse Symphony Season Concerts for 2020-2021

We are ‘Inspired by Genius’ for our 2020-2021 season!

 You may purchase your season tickets now! Season tickets will include our three spring concerts that are on March 6, May 1, and June 5.

All concerts are held at the Viterbo Fine Arts Center at 7:30 pm

Concerts

Descriptions, music listings, guest artists, and links to purchase tickets….

Meet the Musicians

La Crosse Symphony musicians and guests share music and stories through monthly themes. Every Thursday at 3 pm a new Meet the Musician will premiere on our YouTube channel! Enjoy a rare opportunity to meet your musicians!

First Fridays at the Symphony with Alexander Platt

Alexander Platt takes you on a journey through symphonies on the first Friday of every month. Enjoy each symphony with new understanding and insight. Treat yourself!

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We send out an e-blast with the latest updates to have you be the first to know and we share links to our online events! Sign up now!

  

 

Donate to the Symphony to Support Education, Musicians, and Beautiful Music!

Meet the Musicians is a new YouTube series we are offering every Thursday at 3 pm. Symphony for Youth educational videos will be introduced in January in preparation for the Symphony for Youth event in March. Alexander Platt offers a fascinating history and a symphony every First Friday for you! Musicians are performing at our chamber concerts this fall socially distanced to a socially distanced crowd and Live Stream audience just for you! Keep the magic coming by supporting the symphony. 

La Crosse arts organizations have come together to offer online arts experiences to help us all get through this pandemic as well as possible. Click on the link and explore all the arts offerings. The arts are here for you La Crosse! Click on the link below to enjoy some archived arts experiences just for you including all 40 days on 30+ Symphonies with Alexander Platt!

"Simply Sinatra" Concert RESCHEDULED AGAIN for September of 2021! Your tickets are still good!

Simply Sinatra is being rescheduled AGAIN!  September of 2021 we should be ready for a grand singing live concert! The exact date is coming soon. Your original tickets are still good! For the most up-to-date information, join our email blast. Typically only 2 emails a month to keep you up-to-date on the latest news and opportunities. Check back here for more updates and links to options on your tickets. 

UPDATES:

Due to the extraordinary circumstances surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, the La Crosse Symphony office is closed, but we are still working! Jan Henry and Eva Marie Restel are available by email (EMRestel@LaCrosseSymphony.org). You may also reach Jan by calling the office number at 608-783-2121. We are offering three fall Chamber (15 musicians) Symphony Concerts. This allows for safe social-distancing of our musicians on stage. We are LIVE and LIVE STREAM! Our Live concert is available for 220 attendees with a requirement of masks to allow for safe social distancing. Live streaming tickets are also available. We continue to monitor state recommended safety measures to provide as much as is safely possible throughout our pandemic season. Keep up-to-date by following our website or sign up for our email list!

The La Crosse Symphony Orchestra was started in 1898 and brings a legacy of great music, culture, and intrigue to the La Crosse area. In addition, the arts as a whole bring a huge economic boost to our area. In this time of need, please consider donating to help us through the COVID-19 pandemic when we are unable to provide our live performances or conduct our Conductor Wannabe major fundraiser. In lieu of these events, we are offering a new online education of 30 great symphonies with introductions by Alexander Platt. We are building our YouTube channel with educational opportunities. Consider donating on a monthly basis to support our La Crosse Symphony Online. We hope this brings great enjoyment and learning to our viewers! 

Eva Marie Restel

Executive Director, La Crosse Symphony Orchestra