LSO brings unique and innovative concert experience to the Hub City
LUBBOCK, TX – The Lubbock Symphony Orchestra (LSO) presents its Fall SOUND! Chamber concert on November 19 at 7:30 p.m. at the Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts (LHUCA) Icehouse. Paired with dynamic lighting and intriguing visual elements, the Fall SOUND! Chamber concert is an experience that takes symphonic performances to a new level. This concert series features new and innovative music by living composers, as well as pieces dating back to the 12th century. This performance includes:
“Our SOUND! Chamber concert promises a very unique concert experience,” said David Cho, LSO music director. “This performance features many new works written by living composers, as well as traditional pieces. Pairing these compositions with lighting and visual elements allows the concertgoer to experience the music in a new and exciting way. We can’t wait to present this concert to the Lubbock community!”
The LSO is honored to have world-renowned composer Nina Young in attendance for this performance. The LSO chamber ensemble will be performing Young’s Tête-À-Tête during this concert. Young’s works have been presented by leading cultural institutions such as Carnegie Hall, the National Gallery and the Whiney. She is the winner of the 2015-16 Rome Prize in Musical Composition at the American Academy in Rome and has also won many other awards including a Koussevitzky Commission from the Library of Congress and a Charles Ives Scholarship from the American Academy of Arts and Letters. During her Lubbock visit, Young will be teaching a free Composer’s Masterclass at the Texas Tech University School of Music. The class is open to the public and will be held on November 18 at 2:00 p.m. in room 125.
Tickets are $30. For more information or to purchase tickets, call (806) 762-1688 or visit www.LubbockSymphony.org.
For more information, call (806) 762-1688 or visit www.LubbockSymphony.org.
The Lubbock Symphony Orchestra (LSO) is one of the oldest community organizations in Lubbock. Founded in 1946, LSO is an integral part of the cultural fabric of the South Plains region and is made up of professional talented musicians from all parts of the Lubbock Community. The LSO seeks to enhance the community we serve by providing quality symphonic performances and educational experiences for thousands of children across the greater Lubbock area.