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See the Ethan Platt Tribute page for info!

Ethan Platt Tribute info

Symphony Notes: Read the June 2020 edition of Symphony Notes (1.4MB pdf), the newsletter published by the Symphony Guild.

 
Our Town and Symphony
: Enjoy listening to Aaron Copland’s “Our Town” played by LAS while you look at scenes from our town, Livermore. LAS’s Alan Frank produced this new video, posted 6/28/20.
 

Chris Immesoete of LAS

Meet the musicians: Get better acquainted with a few of your community orchestra players by watching the short videos on our new Meet the Musicians page.

New season plans: We look forward to announcing plans for our 2020–2021 season and ways to remain engaged, connected, and thinking musically and collaboratively!

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Donate: The Arts are always economically vulnerable, and are in particular danger during this extraordinary disruption. If you are in a position to do so, please make a tax-deductible contribution to the Symphony: Click the “Donate” button and donate by credit or debit card, or mail a check payable to Livermore-Amador Symphony Association to P.O. Box 1049, Livermore CA 94551. Details are on the donations page. The Livermore-Amador Symphony Association is a 501(c)(3) organization. (Tax ID 23-7001614.)
 
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Symphony Notes: Read the April 2020 edition of Symphony Notes (2.8MB pdf), the newsletter published by the Symphony Guild.

Business support for LAS: This is a new project to raise funds for the Symphony. Please see details on the Supporting Businesses page. An initial supporting business person is Patti Smylie of logos of supporting businesses. If you would like to become one of the LAS supporting businesses, please contact Dean Simpson at dean@dean4loans.com or 925.200.3906

Estate sales managed by the Guild: Symphony Guild volunteers run estate sales professionally, with the Guild’s share of the proceeds donated to LAS. Find out more: If it’s time for an estate sale, contact Nancy McKenzie of the LAS Guild at nancymac360@gmail.com or 925.294.8657!
 
Recent concerts: From our Angels and Demons concert on February 22, listen to the prelude lecture (95MB mp3) by guest conductor Jason Klein, and read the program (1.4MB pdf). See the program from the Winter Dreams concert on the evening of December 7. That afternoon, the orchestra had performed at the annual family concert presented by the Livermore Valley Performing Arts Center.

Orchestra members: See details on the rehearsals page. (For some restricted info which was updated 2/24/20, click here.)

orchestra photo by Clark Streeter, 4/9/16
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