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Symphony for Youth 2022

Wednesday, March 9th 2022
9:30 am & 11:00 am
Viterbo Fine Arts Center or Livestream
Mozart: Eine Kleine Nachtmusik
Alexander Platt - Introduction of Instruments
Prokofiev: Peter and the Wolf

 

Symphony for Youth is in-person and virtual for 2022! Our concert is a unique music teaching experience with an in-person or virtual 1-hour concert. In addition, we are offering a series of 6 education videos that introduce students to each section of the orchestra and the conductor, so they more fully understand their Symphony for Youth experience.

MAJOR SPONSOR: Mayo Clinic Education Program

Other Sponsors:  Xcel Energy, La Crosse Community Foundation's Ella F. Abrosius Fund, Case Wewerka

 

Information on Registration coming soon!

 

 

For more information

Contact the LSO office at (608) 783-2121

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Symphony for Youth

The La Crosse Symphony Orchestra offers a unique musical teaching experience through the annual Symphony for Youth concert program. Each year, over 2,000 students from around the area have the opportunity to attend this concert and experience a professional performance of a musical masterpiece. While listening to the music, the students are also learning about the La Crosse Symphony Orchestra and about symphonies as a whole.

Download Concert Etiquette (PDF)

Download Bus Arrival and Departure Map (PDF)

"I had a wonderful experience attending the Symphony for Youth concert. This was my first time leading our schools trip to the symphony. I was quite impressed by the organization and easy process, from the reservation of tickets back in November all the way to getting back on our buses after the concert. Historically, the Westby Area School District has brought the 3rd grade class to see the LSO’s Symphony for Youth concert, and I can tell you with confidence that this tradition will continue."

– Laura Macky, General Music, K-4 and 6, Westby Area School District

For more information

Contact the LSO office at (608) 783-2121