Lincoln’s Symphony Orchestra is a 60+ member ensemble performing the finest in classic repertoire and new works. The orchestra began as the Lincoln Little Symphony Orchestra in 1927 and since then, has grown to the full symphonic ensemble that performs with world-renowned artists including Van Cliburn, Renee Fleming, Yehudi Menuhin and Leon Fleisher. Under the baton of respected conductor, Edward Polochick, the LSO performs nine regular subscription concerts during its season including straight forward performances of the classics and innovative presentation techniques, including a darkened auditorium with a giant virtual canvas (à la “Fantasia”). Season tickets are available in several different packages and prices.
Lincoln’s Symphony Orchestra Information
- Public Transportation: Poor.
- Handicapped Accessibility: Good
- Venues: Kimball Recital Hall and Lied Center for the Performing Arts, O’Donnell Auditorium
- Performances/Programs: 9 regular subscription series concerts, other educational/outreach concerts during the season
- Tickets: $10-45
- Subscription/Memberships: Season tickets are available, as well as packs of three concerts and Family subscriptions.