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May 30, 2020
Brilliance and Beethoven

The Livermore-Amador Symphony, in accordance with ongoing shelter-in-place orders, regretfully announces the cancellation of our May 30 performance. Our featured soloist, harpist Constance Koo, has generously agreed to reschedule to the next available performance date.

LAS ticket holders for the May 30 concert: Please contact the Bankhead box office at 925.373.6800 or with your instructions. You may donate the tickets back to Livermore Valley Performing Arts Center, exchange them for a different show, or receive a gift card or refund for the full amount. Donated tickets will support funding for future LAS performances. We ask that during this unprecedented time, LAS ticket holders who request a refund consider donating all or part of it to support the symphony.

Please stay tuned for updates from LAS. We look forward to announcing plans for our 2020–2021 season and ways to remain engaged, connected, and thinking musically and collaboratively!

Gounod: Petite Symphonie for Winds

Debussy: Sacred and Profane Dances

Beethoven: Symphony No. 7

Wheat Field with Cypresses by Van Gogh

Our final concert highlights the talent of instrumental groups within our own orchestra. Our woodwinds shine in a delicate, miniature masterpiece, Gounod’s Petite Symphonie. Harpist Constance Koo and the symphony strings bring us Debussy’s glistening “Sacred and Profane Dances.” Beethoven’s brilliant Symphony No. 7 finishes the season with ebullience and joy.

© Livermore-Amador Symphony Association
painting: Vincent Van Gogh, courtesy of the Metropolitan Museum of Art

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