• Disney in Concert: A Dream Is a Wish
  • Longview Symphony
  • Voyage a Paris
  • Community Chamber Concert
  • Home for the Holidays

Longview Symphony

Bringing Great Music to a Great Community


Longview Symphony 51st SeasonSeason Tickets Now Available

Belcher Center seating chartSeason Tickets Now Available

To purchase new or renewal Season Tickets, please call or visit the Belcher Box Office.

Call the Belcher Box Office at 903-233-3080
or visit at:
Belcher Center
2100 S. Mobberly Ave
Longview, TX 75602

Season Ticket Prices*

Level A (yellow)
Premium seating on the main floor in the front and center at all three concerts.
$136
Level B (green)
Seating on the main floor in front of First Orchestra and front sides at all three concerts.
$110
Level C (blue)
Seating in the middle of the Mezzanine level.
$80
Level D (purple)
Seating in the Mezzanine on the sides and back.
$60
Student (any level) $30
Child (0-12, any level) $15

* Plus applicable fees. Season ticket holders pay only one $6 handling fee per adult; $3 per student or child.


Reserve Your Seat for Two Special Concerts

In addition to the three main concerts included in your season ticket, save the date for these two special events:

CellistCommunity Chamber Concert
Sunday, November 3, 2019
Longview Community Center
2:00 and 7:00 PM

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Piano keys An Evening of Romance
Sunday, February 16, 2020
Trinity Episcopal Church, Longview
7:30 PM

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Announcing Our New Conductor, Jerry Steichen!

Conductor Jerry SteichenBy This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Courtesy of the Longview News-Journal

The Longview Symphony’s new conductor, Jerry Steichen, wants to tell people about his favorite concert in the symphony’s lineup for its 51st season.

Only he can’t choose.

“They’re all my favorite,” he said.

Some details still are being worked out and some surprises are planned, but the season that kicks off in September will include special guest performers, opportunities to get to know the symphony’s musicians, concerts away from the Belcher Center, hometown flavors and — cue the drum roll — a Disney concert.

The symphony board named Steichen conductor this year after a search that began in summer 2018 when former conductor Gene Moon resigned.


2019-2020 Season


This concert season made possible in part by grants from:
City of Longview, TexasTexas Commission on the Arts