The Livingston Symphony Orchestra is one of the finest regional ensembles in the State of New Jersey. With roots in suburban Essex County, the group has been delighting audiences since 1956. Livingston Symphony Orchestra continues to bring together the community of music lovers from far and wide to celebrate the greatest works ever composed.
Notice: Next rehearsal is Tuesday, October 21st, 2014 at 7:30PM at the Livingston High School Orchestra room, 30 Robert Harp Dr, Livingston, NJ. Pieces being rehearsed: Wagner, Operatic selections, Dvorak 4th and 3rd, Vaughan Williams 2, 3, 4. All musicians are requested to attend. This will be a year of big changes, and we would like everyone to be involved.
LSO 2014-2015 Concert Season
This will be a year of big changes for the Livingston Symphony Orchestra, as our Conductor of 30 years, Maestro Istvan Jaray, stepped-down as our Conductor and Musical Director at the end of the 2013-2014 season. We will be having a series of guest conductors while we search for the conductor who will best fit the needs of the LSO.
Saturday November 8th, 2014 at 7:30PM
Livingston High School Auditorium
SEASON OPENING CONCERT
Louis Kosma - Guest Conductor
Overture to Rienzi -Wagner
“Celeste Aïda” from Aïda-Verdi -Adam Laurence Herskowitz, Tenor
Concerto Grosso for String Orchestra -Williams
“Vestila giubba” from Pagliacci–Leoncavallo -Adam Laurence Herskowitz, Tenor
Symphony No.8 in G Major, Op. 88 -Dvořák
Adam Laurence Herskowitz
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LSO is currently looking for more musicians to join us, particularly in the string section. Violas especially are needed. We also are looking for trumpets and trombone, as well as percussion.
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