Notice to LSO musicians, patrons, and volunteers: Due to concerns regarding the coronavirus, the Liberty Symphony Orchestra has decided to cancel its April 18th concert. While we hope this outbreak will be waning by the time our concert date arrives, we must take into account the health and safety of our musicians who rehearse prior to the concert date and must also prepare for possible closings of our rehearsal space. The health and safety of our patrons and volunteers are also top of mind, and we would like to be proactive in making a decision rather than wait until the last minute and possibly cause confusion.
While we are saddened to cancel our April 18th concert, we are busily preparing to celebrate our 50th season with you this coming fall. We have a great season planned and are excited to share it with you. We will be in touch with our season ticket holders and those who have purchased individual tickets very soon to discuss re-ticketing options. Thank you for your continued support of LSO and be well!
January 22, 2018
LSO Accepting Applications for Internships
As part of its commitment to education, the Liberty Symphony Orchestra seeks interns who are interested in learning about arts marketing or administration. You will become familiar with marketing, public relations, social media for arts organization and branding, and will experience an emphasis in fundraising, special events and budget management.
Internship is part-time (5-10 hours per week), unpaid opportunity that is intended to complement a student’s program of study or other employment. Some of the intern’s hours may involve nights and weekends. Upon acceptance, interns develop a personalized schedule with the Liberty Symphony Orchestra based on their availability. Internships are available for three to four month periods (June through September, October through December, and January through May).
See informational flyer for additional details.
December 6, 2017
Young Artist Competition to be held January 22nd
The LSO Young Artist Competition is scheduled for January 22, 2018. Please see the application form for additional information.
Eligibility Contestants must be residents of Missouri or Kansas and must not have won the competition in previous years. Open to public and private school and homeschool pianists, orchestral/band instrumentalists, and vocalists currently in middle through high school (6th – 12th grade).