La Crosse Symphony Season Concerts for 2020-2021

We are excited to announce our 2020-2021 season, ‘Inspired by Genius’! You may get your season tickets now by filling out the fillable form (button below) or by calling the office at 608-783-2121. Season tickets will include our three spring concerts that are in March 6, May 1, and June 5. 

All concerts are held at the Viterbo Fine Arts Center at 929 Jackson Street, La Crosse at 7:30 pm

Return to LIFE! – Chamber Concert – October 24, 2020

Concert Location: Viterbo Fine Arts Center: 900 Jackson Street, La Crosse, WI – 7:30 pm

*MASKS REQUIRED EXCEPT WHILE SEATED

* 1-hour concert with no intermission – general seating, you will be seated upon arrival

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Written for a solemn occasion, Jean Sibelius’ “Andante Festivo” sets the perfect tone for the LSO’s return to performing life on the Viterbo stage! African-American violin phenomenon TAI MURRAY makes a long-anticipated LSO debut in Bach’s immortal concerto, followed by Tchaikovsky’s elegant and monumental Serenade for Strings, written during his sojourn in Italy.

Sibelius: Andante Festivo for String Orchestra

J.S. Bach: Violin Concerto in E Major, BWV 1042 (TAI MURRAY, violin)

Tchaikovsky: Serenade for Strings in C, Op.48

 

Guest Artist: TAI MURRAY, Violin

 

Concert Sponsors:  BILL KOUTSKY and

O'Flaherty Heim Birnbaum Kirchner & Curtis Ltd.

 

 

CELEBRATING HEROES! – Chamber Concert – November 21, 2020

Concert Location: Viterbo Fine Arts Center: 900 Jackson Street, La Crosse, WI – 7:30 pm

*MASKS REQUIRED EXCEPT WHILE SEATED

* 1-hour concert with no intermission – general seating, you will be seated upon arrival

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The LSO proudly celebrates the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II, which brought our nation together in a victory over catastrophe. Two of Aaron Copland’s most amazing masterpieces from the War years — with our own Joshua Baker in a star turn — envelop the great African-American composer George Walker’s most famous work.

George Walker: Lyric for Strings (1946)

Aaron Copland: Suite from Appalachian Spring

Aaron Copland: Clarinet Concerto (1948) (JOSHUA BAKER, clarinet)

 

Guest Artist: JOSHUA BAKER, Violin

 

Concert Sponsor:

The Weber Group

 

 

 

HOLIDAY GEMS! – Chamber Concert – December 18 & 19, 2020

Concert Location: Viterbo Fine Arts Center: 900 Jackson Street, La Crosse, WI – 7:30 pm

*MASKS REQUIRED EXCEPT WHILE SEATED

* 1-hour concert with no intermission – general seating, you will be seated upon arrival

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Join members of the La Crosse Symphony as we offer an intimate celebration of the Holiday spirit: from “The Nutcracker” and “Greensleeves”, to Edvard Grieg’s exhilarating “Holberg Suite”, to a garland of Christmas classics from the Baroque era.

“Holst: Fantasia on “Greensleeves”, from the St. Paul’s Suite for Strings”

Vaughan Williams: Fantasia on Greensleeves

Handel: “Pastoral Symphony”, from Messiah

Grieg: “Shepherd Boy” from the Lyric Suite, Op. 54

Grieg: “At the Cradle”, from Two Lyric Pieces, Op.68

Tchaikovsky: Overture from The Nutcracker

Grieg: Holberg Suite, Op.40

Corelli: Finale (Pastorale) from the Christmas Concerto, Op.6, No.8

 

Concert Sponsors: 

 Hale Skemp Hanson Skemp & Sleik          &       I.D.ology

 

The Great Romantic: Simply Sinatra – now rescheduled for  SEPTEMBER of 2021! More information coming. Your original tickets are still good.

Concert Location: Viterbo Fine Arts Center: 929 Jackson Street, La Crosse, WI  at 7:30 pm

 

Steve Lippia Sings Sinatra
Orchestra – Leonard Berstein: “Three Dance Episodes” from On the Town Steve Lippia Sings Sinatra
Orchestra –
Richard Rogers, arr. Robert Russell Bennett: Music from The King and I
Steve Lippia Sings More S
inatra

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Guest Artist: Steve Lippia

Concert Sponsor:
Oral Surgery Clinic of La Crosse