Longview
Symphony

54th Season

SOCIAL

BRINGING GREAT MUSIC & EVENTS TO A GREAT COMMUNITY

BRINGING GREAT MUSIC & EVENTS TO A GREAT COMMUNITY

54th Season

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Audition

Calling all Orchestra Musicians. The Longview Symphony is looking for qualified individuals to audition and possibly join our team of local talent. To audition be prepared to video record yourself playing up to 3+ pieces of music carefully selected by our judging panel and based on the instrument you play. Video submissions can be sent via YouTube, Vimeo or a Dropbox link.

Click the link to see the list of music, further instructions and the submission form.
All musicians auditioning must live within a 100-mile radius of Longview

Become a
sponsor

By supporting the Longview Symphony, you are investing in the arts, your business, and our community. Your support enables the Longview Symphony to maintain excellence and also keep ticket prices accessible for all people. Your sponsorship also provides crucial support for the Longview Symphony’s music education program and concert for elementary students.
Longview Symphony is a 501(c)3 organization. All donations are tax deductible.

Get Involved with the
Longview Symphony Guild!

We share an enthusiasm and appreciation of the LSO’s contributions to our cultural and educational landscape. Help out with social events, fundraising efforts, community outreach, volunteer support for concerts, educational outreach, and post-concert receptions

EDUCATION & OUTREACH

Our goal is to support, encourage, enlighten, and engage through the power and joy of music. We are a symphony for everyone!

This concert season made possible in part by grants from:

106 W. Methvin, Longview, TX 75601
P.O. Box 1825, Longview, TX 75606

NEWSLETTER SIGNUP

Free Event

Please join us on Saturday,October 9 for an evening with Maestro Jerry Steichen and special guests Kyle and Laura Pfortmiller. Maestro Steichen will be at the piano with Metropolitan Opera baritoneKyle Pfortmiller and his talented wife(and Lubbock native) Laura Pfortmilleras they perform favorite operatic and musical theater pieces. From La bohème to Les Misérables, Carousel to Guys and Dolls, you’re sure to enjoy this evening of lyric theatre.
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The event is now live or available for watching after broadcast. Visit this link: View Broadcast

Free Event

Jazz Sounds of Maryah Mcham & Martyn Popey Quartet!

Join us at 6 PM Friday on Facebook as we launch the smooth jazz sounds of Maryah McHam & Martyn Popey Quartet with Ben Carter, upright bass and Jeff Shelton on percussion!
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The event is now live or available for watching after broadcast. Visit this link: View Broadcast

NEWSLETTER SIGNUP