Symphony Livestream Concert – March 6 at 7:30 pm
March 6, 2021, live streaming on YouTube at 7:30 pm (and accessible anytime afterward)
Join the LSO strings, pianist and St. Olaf professor Christopher Atzinger, and two of our own resident stars — LSO Concertmaster Wes Luke and Assistant Concertmaster Aaron Schwartz — for an evening of heroic voices: Bach, Beethoven, and the orchestra’s first performance of Ernest Bloch’s thrilling Concerto Grosso No.1, a late-romantic masterpiece for piano and strings.–
Beethoven: 3rd movement of the String Quartet in F, Op.135
J.S. Bach: Double Concerto for Two Violins in D Minor
Ernest Bloch: Concerto Grosso No.1 for string orchestra and piano
Sponsored by Advisors Management Group
In-person concert tickets are sold out. Live stream tickets are available for all! Those who have season tickets may choose to attend the new matinee performance time of 3:30 pm on Saturday, March 6, or keep your tickets for the 7:30 pm time. Please contact the symphony office if you did not receive your email to let us know which performance you would like to enjoy or if you are going to enjoy the concert from the comfort of your home on live stream. Viterbo is partnering with the La Crosse Symphony to offer the in-person concert experience in a safe manner. Patrons will be socially distanced in their seating and are required to wear a mask. For those attending, you will be pre-assigned a new seat that will be in the same section that you originally purchased your ticket. You will be given your seat assignment upon arrival and will be seated immediately. We are excited to be able to safely open the doors to a small group.