Anton Miller, violinanton-miller-2016-headshot
Edward Polochick, conductor
Friday, January 19, 2018, 7:30 PM
Lied Center for Performing Arts

LSO concertmaster Anton Miller takes the stage for a performance of two dazzling virtuosic pieces – Chausson’s impassioned Poème, Opus 25 and Saint-Saëns’ equally fiery Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso. To pair with this passion comes Tchaikovsky’s Fifth Symphony, with lush harmonies and high emotional drama.

Adult tickets: $15/$35
Youth 17 and under: $5
College Students: $10
Young Professional Patrons Club & Music Faculty VIP: $10
[includes all taxes, ticketing and facility fees]

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Jane Lynch, singer & comedianJane Lynch Approved Photo
Edward Polochick, conductor
Friday, March 2, 2018, 7:30 PM
Lied Center for Performing Arts

Three-time Emmy and Golden Globe winning actress Jane Lynch, best known for her role in the television series Glee, comes to Lincoln for a night of music and comedy. Lynch will join LSO to perform hits from The Great American Songbook, plus one Guatemalan love song—all while never dropping a beat with her sharp wit. Join us for an evening of music and laughs you won’t forget!

Adult tickets: $15/$35
Youth 17 and under: $5
College Students: $10
Young Professional Patrons Club & Music Faculty VIP: $10
[includes all taxes, ticketing and facility fees]

Single tickets available now


Madcap PuppetsCarnival of the Animals.lg
Edward Polochick, conductor
Sunday, March 4, 2018, 2:00 PM
O’Donnell Auditorium, NE Wesleyan University

Have you ever seen an elephant ballet? Or encountered giant sea creatures in a submarine? Look no further! Madcap Puppets and LSO will bring the animal kingdom to life with shadow puppetry, comical characters, and Saint-Saëns’ classic The Carnival of the Animals. Join us one hour before the concert for face painting, a musical petting zoo, crafts, and other family activities!

Adult tickets: $10
Youth 17 and under: $5
College Students: $10
Young Professional Patrons Club & Music Faculty VIP: $10
[includes all taxes, ticketing and facility fees]

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Single tickets available now

 


Lincoln Youth Symphony (Clark Potter, director)edward-polochick-2016-headshot
Edward Polochick, conductor
Friday, April 6, 2018, 7:30 PM
Lied Center for Performing Arts

Join LSO for the second year of our five-year journey to perform all nine of Beethoven’s symphonies, leading up to his 250th birthday in 2020. The Lincoln Youth Symphony joins LSO in a side-by-side performance of the overture to Beethoven’s opera, Fidelio. Next is Beethoven’s lighthearted (yet never lightweight) Symphony No. 8, fondly referred to as his “little symphony in F.” The evening closes with its beloved big brother, Symphony No. 6 (Pastorale), capturing the beauty of the countryside.

Adult tickets: $15/$35
Youth 17 and under: $5
College Students: $10
Young Professional Patrons Club & Music Faculty VIP: $10
[includes all taxes, ticketing and facility fees]

New subscriptions available now
Single tickets available August 15, 2017


Mark Markham, pianoMark Markham-3
Edward Polochick, conductor
Sunday, May 6, 2018, 6:00 PM
Lied Center for Performing Arts

LSO’s season finale blasts the roof with two orchestral blockbusters, opening with Bartók’s famous Concerto for Orchestra, with its virtuosic treatment of the more than 70 instruments onstage. After intermission, LSO audience favorite Mark Markham returns to rock the house with Rachmaninoff’s brilliant, flashing—and fiendishly difficult—Third Piano Concerto.

Adult tickets: $15/$35
Youth 17 and under: $5
College Students: $10
Young Professional Patrons Club & Music Faculty VIP: $10
[includes all taxes, ticketing and facility fees]

New subscriptions available now
Single tickets available August 15, 2017