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New season, 2017–2018: See the preview flyer, and see part of the 2017–2018 season brochure (5.2MB pdf). Season tickets are available by mail now and will be available online and by phone from the Bankhead Theater box office soon.
 
Youth Orchestra: The 2017 season of LASYO, the summer orchestra established by the Symphony Association, has begun. Repertoire includes pieces by Beethoven, Bizet, Prokofiev, Piazzolla, and Shostakovich. There will be a free public performance at 8 p.m. this Saturday, July 22, at the First Presbyterian Church of Livermore (L & Fourth Streets). See the concert program.
 
Symphony Notes: Read the May 2017 edition of Symphony Notes (3.2MB pdf), the newsletter published by the Symphony Guild.

 
Fiddle Club Donation
 
violins presentation at Mozart, Einstein & Me

Stan Houston, owner of Mozart, Einstein & Me, presents
a violin to Denise Leddon, then president of LAS, in June 2017.
 

Recent concerts: See the May 20 concert program booklet, including program notes (580K pdf), and hear the prelude talk (94.3MB mp3). Read the April 8 concert program and hear the prelude talk by guest conductor Matilda Hofman (42.5MB mp3). See the February 18 concert program and hear the prelude talk by Music Director Lara Webber (56.5MB mp3). Listen to Lara Webber’s three-minute introduction to Mahler’s Symphony No. 4 (6.5MB mp3) and read the program from the December 3 evening concert.
 
Estate sales managed by the Guild: Symphony Guild volunteers run estate sales professionally, with the Guild’s share of the proceeds donated to LAS. Find out more: If it’s time for an estate sale, contact the LAS Guild!
 
Orchestra members: See details on the rehearsals page. (For some restricted info which was updated 5/21/17, click here.)

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