The mission of the Long Beach Symphony Association is to enrich our community by providing high quality traditional and contemporary symphonic music and educational experiences.
Mrs. Kelly Ruggirello
555 E. Ocean Blvd. Ste 106
Long Beach, CA 90802 USA
Long Beach, South Bay, North Orange County, Symphony
Symphony Orchestras (A69)
Arts Education/Schools (A25)
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Long Beach Symphony Orchestra
LBSO serves a unique role in the Southern California music scene by performing and commissioning contemporary works by American composers and acting as a leader in music education. LBSO operates an 85 member professional orchestra, led by music director Enrique Arturo Diemecke, which annually presents six classical, four pop and two holiday concerts at the Terrace Theater and Long Beach Arena in Long Beach, CA. In addition, our music education programs annually reach 55,000 students in grades 2-8 of the Long Beach Unified School District.
Long Beach Symphony provides 11 professional symphonic concerts annually and over 150 free music education programs throughout Long Beach, CA.
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