2020/21
A Season Nostalgic and New!

Conductor

Welcome to a music season unlike any other in LSO history.  Although it is different, it is truly a wonderful opportunity.  Within this season, please join me for a weekly hour-long radio show running September 29 through December 15, 2020 (more details in link below) with music and commentary that will delve deep into the nuances of an array of orchestral music.  In addition to these radio broadcasts, each week (September through Christmas 2020) a new video interview will be uploaded to the LSO YouTube channel.  These are casual conversations between myself and members of the LSO community including musicians, staff and patrons.  How interesting it is to learn about some extraordinary things our musical family members do in their lives!

Everything is Free, so help spread the word to “Tune-In” to the LaGrange Symphony’s 2020/2021 musical programming via WELR 102.3 FM radio and YouTube videos!

Richard Prior
The Joy of the Orchestra with LaGrange Symphony’s Richard Prior
Tuesday Night's at 7:30 PM (Eastern) WELR 102.3FM
The pieces revisited this Tuesday will be the evocative Argentine tango, composed by Astor Piazzolla, Oblivion, the inimitable Bolero by Ravel, Danzon No. 2 by Marquez, and Copland’s irrepressibly joyful Four Dance Episodes from the ballet Rodeo...

The fourth episode in our series entitled Off the Podium, has been uploaded!  It features Mark Dulin who plays trumpet with the LaGrange Symphony Orchestra. …

The radio station, WELR, will re-air the Planets episode! The Joy of the Orchestra with the LaGrange Symphony’s Richard Prior, hour-long radio show produced this…

This week’s podcast has been published!  It marks the third episode in our series entitled Off the Podium, and it features Chandler Stuart.  Chandler is…

Join Maestro Richard Prior as he listens and gives insight into this wonderful past-performance during the LSO Radio show, "The Joy of the Orchestra with the LaGrange Symphony's Richard Prior." (Tuesday, October 13th, 7:30 PM on WELR Eagle 102.3 FM) This week features three significant works by notable female...
The 2021 Young Artists Competition (YAC) for Piano will be held on Saturday, February 6, 2021.  Requirements, application form, and official announcement poster for this event are available to download and print at the LaGrange Symphony Orchestra website...
The second podcast, featuring Sasha Prior, in the series "Off the Podium" has been published.  Sasha is the wife of LSO's Maestro Richard Prior.  Listen to this interesting...
Planets, was performed by the LaGrange Symphony Orchestra on April 23rd, 2019.  It will be the topic of discussion...
The first podcast, featuring Tracy Woodard, in the series "Off the Podium" has been published.  Tracy Woodard, is the first guest in an interesting conversation, with Maestro Richard Prior, about her life and philosophies.  A musician in the LaGrange Symphony Orchestra, Tracy discusses ...

These photos were taken last week as the LaGrange Symphony Youth Orchestra (LSYO) found a way to practice together while still social distancing.  This year…

The first episode in a series of LaGrange Symphony Orchestra hour-long radio broadcasts airs Tuesday, September 29th at 7:30 PM sharp!  Tune-in to WELR (Eagle…

Good news is always welcome, and the LaGrange Symphony Brochures brought it this week.  A solid plan of programming was announced for this autumn season…

Watch for the FIRST episode slated for upload the week of September 29th, 2020.  NEW this season, are video-cast conversations between Maestro Richard Prior and…

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We are very proud of these graduates.  Congratulations!

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DEAR PATRONS AND SUPPORTERS, The LaGrange Symphony Orchestra is committed to the health and safety of our patrons, musicians, staff, and our community at large….

WHO: The downtown arts organizations and museums (LaFayette Society for Performing Arts, LaGrange Art Museum, LaGrange Symphony Orchestra, and Legacy Museum on Main) are partnering with a downtown food…

CONNECTING FROM HOME QUICKLINK to LSYO PAGE HERE to view all videos Here is a new video from an LSYO student. Stay in contact with…

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Cancelled due to COVID-19

Sounds of Storytelling, the LaGrange Symphony Orchestra’s March 24th concert, is packed with excitement!  Beginning with Red Rhythmico by Mosier, and Summer Dances by Balmages,…

The LaGrange Symphony Orchestra is pleased to announce that two of our musicians will be performing in an upcoming recital on February 25th.  As part…

A PATRON COMMENTED THIS CONCERT AS BEING, “THE VERY BEST CHRISTMAS CONCERT YET!!”  OTHERS WHOLEHEARTEDLY AGREE WITH THEM. Friends and family gathered for the LSO holiday concert, Sounds of Peace, with smiles, hugs, and happy chatter. The lobby had a special delight as “The Soundpost,” a group formed by members of the LSYO, under the direction of Celeste Myall, serenaded the Patrons with pre-concert holiday classics. They warmed hearts as everyone came in from the cold. This was an extra-touch that greatly added to the holiday atmosphere. The excitement of a sold-out house paired with the wonderful program line-up was clear throughout the auditorium.  The buzz of happy conversation gave way to anticipatory quiet within an instant, as the concert was about to start.
The LaGrange Symphony Orchestra’s 30th Anniversary celebration continued through this concert, as president Kaye Lanning Minchew paid tribute to the musicians that played in the very first LSO concert, 30 years ago.  Several members of that original orchestra were in attendance and were individually recognized.

Arturo Marquez is a Mexican composer known for the wonderful use of Latin styling in his music. Danzon No. 2, is one of the featured…

The evocative Argentine tango, composed by Astor Piazzolla, Oblivion will be performed by the LSO, along with other wonderfully compelling sounds of dance, at the…

The Youth Quintet has entered LaGrange has Talent! Everyone can watch the video and vote at https://lagrangehastalent.com It is $1 to vote, and you can…

Spellbinding! Thirty years and counting!  The LSO 2019/20 season opened to a full house September 24, 2019, with the traditional, vibrant rendition of the Star-Spangled Banner.  The Sounds of Drama concert was a salute to LaGrange College and their close relationship to the LaGrange Symphony Orchestra.  LSO Executive Director, Raylene Carter, explained in her concert comments that the origin of the LaGrange Symphony Orchestra is attributed to three men: Dr. Harry Kruger, conductor emeritus of the Columbus Symphony, Dr. David Naglee, LaGrange College professor, and Dr. Walter Y. Murphy, then President of LaGrange College.  She went on to describe the immeasurable support that the College has given the LaGrange Symphony Orchestra during these past thirty years. This support continues today with Dr. Dan McAlexander, current LaGrange College president.  The LSO gratefully acknowledges and appreciates LaGrange College.  We look forward to the next 30 years.

The LSO’s season opening concert “Sounds of Drama” was dramatic, entertaining, and musically excellent.  The full program included an anniversary treat, special to this concert. …

As the new anniversary season opens, the pre-season offer of “season ticket-sets,” will end!  You have until Tuesday to take advantage of the significant savings…

“Season tickets” are actually a full “set” of tickets spanning the entire LaGrange Symphony Orchestra concert season. For one special price you get tickets for…

The LSYO is entered in the Summer Showcase on Thursday, July 18 at the LaGrange mall.  The showcase is from 2:00PM – 5:00PM with our students…

A grand finale concert brings with it an expectation of “that little something extra,” which can’t easily be described. Tuesday’s concert of Holst’s The Planets, by the LaGrange Symphony Orchestra, was special in that sense. The way I would attempt to illustrate this indescribable “something extra”, comes actually from the audience. This diverse combination of students, families, out-of-town guests, first-timers, and seasoned classical enthusiasts had their entire attention on what the stage was producing. Not just listening, but immersed in each moment. When you have around 500 people in one room, and you can audibly experience silence when the music uses it, or the whisper of the faintest pianissimo...

The LaGrange Symphony Orchestra will present Gustav Holst’s The PLANETS on Tuesday, April 23, 7:30 PM in Callaway Auditorium, LaGrange, GA.  This will be the…

Under the watchful eye of LSYO director, Celeste Myall, students performed with the LaGrange Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Dr. Richard Prior. Read the full review…

A MUCH LOVED – CLASSIC EVENT “I couldn’t miss this [concert], Mozart is my absolute favorite composer.” The evening of Mozart began with two additional pieces added to the program for the annual “side-by-side.”  This is the time of year, when members of the Youth Orchestra (LSYO) are paired with professional musicians.  They physically sit beside them, play the same music, and react to the same cues from the conductor.  This has proven to be a very valuable learning experience for the students.  At this concert, we had the LSYO string sections. The full Youth Orchestra with strings, wind, brass, and percussion, will perform their spring concert Tuesday, March 26th, 7:00 PM at Callaway Auditorium.

Only the term “Mozart” is needed to identify this great composer/musician/conductor, but you know exactly who we are talking about.  Some call him Wolfgang Amadeus…

An Evening of MOZART. The LaGrange Symphony Orchestra will be in concert Tuesday, March 19th, 2019 at 7:30 PM in Callaway Auditorium, LaGrange GA. This full…

The LaGrange Symphony Orchestra’s holiday concert drew a full house on a very chilly winter night on Tuesday December 11th.  Smiles were plentiful as Patrons came out of the cold into a warm and inviting lobby that was buzzing with chatter, greetings, hugs and laughter.  Filled with long-time friends, new acquaintances, and loving families, this was truly a holiday gathering rich with kindness, affection and good will.

The Choral Society of West Georgia and the Lafayette Christian School Chorus will appear as guest artists December 11th, 2018 with the LaGrange Symphony Orchestra. …

The LaGrange Symphony Orchestra will present a special Holiday Concert on December 11th in Callaway Auditorium at 7:30 PM.  (LaGrange, GA)  This year, with special guests,…

HISTORICALLY IMPORTANT MUSIC The LaGrange Symphony Orchestra’s artistic direction has brought about a wonderful concert full of historically important music that was totally new to most listeners and musicians alike. The October 30th concert entitled “Women in Music” uplifted three fantastically talented composers and put each one in the spotlight they so deserved. Fanny Mendelssohn, Lili Boulanger, and Florence Price works were featured. Although each composer has now passed on, their contribution to the musical world remains an important asset to be cherished. Through the efforts of the LaGrange Symphony Orchestra, new appreciation for these works has come about. Music director, Dr. Richard Prior, put together

The LaGrange Symphony Orchestra will perform Florence Price’s Symphony No. 3 in C minor, Tuesday October 30th at 7:30 in Callaway Auditorium in LaGrange, GA. …

The LaGrange Symphony Orchestra Women in Music concert, to be held October 30th in LaGrange, is generating a lot of talk. This concert celebrates the…

LSO SPARKLES IN SEASON OPENER Dedicated to the memory of Dr. Walter Y. Murphy and Dr. Werner A. Linz. Tuesday, September 25th, 2018 marked the opening performance of the LaGrange Symphony Orchestra’s 2018-2019 season.  This concert, titled The Beginning, was dedicated to the memory of two great men, who’s leadership and guidance has been vital to the existence of the LSO. Through the kind words from LSO president, Kaye Minchew, Dr. Walter Y. Murphy and Dr. Werner A. Linz were officially recognized, before the concert, for their tremendous contribution to the organization.  Both men put great effort into the success of the Symphony since the very beginning. It was in their memory and with tremendous gratitude that the concert was dedicated. Both of the honoree’s wives were in the audience and were applauded for their significant role in the accomplishments of their late husbands.

Tuesday’s 2018/19 season opening concert for the LaGrange Symphony Orchestra features Alexandra Shatalov Prior, LSO oboe principal. She will perform the Mozart Oboe Concerto. This…

The LaGrange Symphony Orchestra will celebrate Leonard Bernstein’s 100th birthday Tuesday September 25th, 2018 in their season opening concert.  This musical event, appropriately named The…

Signing a brand new five year contract as LaGrange Symphony Orchestra’s Music Director & Conductor, Dr. Richard Prior is shown with Gail Daniel Browne, LSO…

LISTENING LARGE The LaGrange Symphony Orchestra set a new record during Tuesday’s season finale.  This concert had the greatest number of adult musicians ever for a regular instrumental LSO concert!  This concert, titled The World’s Embrace, which included both Mendelssohn and Mahler works, required seventy-seven (77) musicians.  How special and fitting for a grand finale, which closes a truly remarkable season with this record-breaking ensemble.

The LaGrange Symphony Orchestra is proud to welcome guest artist Richard Cho to the stage April 24th, 2018. Richard is the first place winner of…

LSYO-side-by-side Read the full review from the “Embrace LIFE” concert HERE.  The LSO is very proud of our Youth Orchestra and is honored to be…

A SPLENDID SELL OUT! Performing for a sold-out Callaway Auditorium, under the direction of LSO music director and conductor Dr. Richard Prior, the stage at the Embrace LIFE concert was full of youthful enthusiasm. It was the first day of Spring and this concert, just like the weather, came in like a lion. Beginning with the annual side-by-side, the LaGrange Symphony and the LaGrange Symphony Youth Orchestra, filled the space with music that was high-spirited and dramatic.  The LSYO studies under the direction of Celeste Myall and these students were very well prepared to perform Antonin Dvorak’s Slavonic Dance in G minor. Although in a minor key, this music has an enormous amount of positive energy.  From the first phrase, the great variation in intensity and feeling made it alive and vibrant. Just as dancers need to stay on their toes through this piece’s twists and turns, so do the musicians.  If you haven’t experienced the annual side-by-side in LaGrange, you are missing out.  As these young artists gain experience and mentoring, the audience is rewarded with excellent musical entertainment.  This Slavonic Dance by Dvorak will be hard to top next year, it was that good!

The LaGrange Symphony Orchestra is proud to announce the vocal soloists for their March 20th concert performance.  The Embrace LIFE concert begins at 7:30 p.m. on…

Strings Attached Performs! To open the morning session of the Azalea Storytelling Festival on Saturday, our own “Strings Attached” youth performed.  We are so proud…

“Music I grew up with”, “This was truly a fun evening” THE “EMBRACE THE SPIRIT OF THE SEASON” CONCERT – VIBRANT! Holiday spirit was plentiful as friends and families gathered for this colorful LSO concert with guest artists Jason Coleman, grandson of Floyd Cramer, Meagan Taylor, great-niece of Chet Atkins, and the Young Singers of West Georgia.  Everyone in the audience seemed to know each other as multiple groups used this opportunity to have a holiday outing together with the people they enjoy.  Many were dressed in red, green, silver, and gold holiday colors, and I saw at least one Santa hat in the audience.  The LSO were dressed in their formal tuxedos but, from where I was sitting, I could see some fun red and green socks that made me smile.

It’s beginning to sound a lot like Christmas! The LaGrange Symphony Orchestra Christmas Special with Jason Coleman, Meagan Taylor and the Young Singers of West Georgia…

The LaGrange Symphony Orchestra served up a heart-warming “CLASSICS” concert with two works by Beethoven and the wonderfully famous Piano Concerto by Edvard Grieg.  This was a rare opportunity to hear Beethoven’s Overture to the Creatures of Prometheus and Symphony No. 1, which are both great pieces that are often undervalued for live performances. First on the menu was the Prometheus Overture that was both full and delicately flavored.  This is not a very long piece, but it has great variance and juxtaposed passages that amazingly translate into a strong, confident, melodious work.  There was nothing timid about it, and the LSO excelled at its vigorous changes in energy.

Yannie Tan, national winner of the Emory Piano Competition is guest artist at November 7th LSO Concert, Embrace the Classics. Hear this and other wonderful…

It’s no wonder that the LSO’s “Embrace the Silver Screen” concert has been the talk of the town.  This uplifting and exciting  concert, under the direction of Richard Prior, had power and punch that just made you say, “Oh, Wow!”  Composer, John Williams has scored well over 100 films and this concert was a celebration of his work.  The lobby was buzzing with a diverse crowd of all ages.  How terrific to see this level of enthusiasm spanning generations.  For many it was truly a family affair and a great introduction to live orchestral music.

What a season this will be! We are happy to announce this full concert line-up for the 2017/18 season.  “A symphony is like the world:…

EARTH CONCERT, BALANCED AND NATURALLY BEAUTIFUL The LaGrange Symphony Orchestra’s 2016/17 season was topped off with a fantastic grand finale concert entitled EARTH, last Tuesday.  This…

LSO “WATER” CONCERT – ADVENTUROUS Flowing through Callaway auditorium Tuesday March 21st, 2017 was the fourth concert in the Elemental Forces series entitled WATER.  This concert…

During next week’s WATER concert, on Tuesday March 21st at 7:30PM, the LSO will incorporate into their program, Hoddinot: Investiture Dances, a side-by-side piece with…

On February 7, the LSO Guild held its annual luncheon at Bellevue in LaGrange, GA.  It was a wonderful affair, complete with musical entertainment. Callie…

More than 2,100 grade school students recently enjoyed a live musical experience provided last week by the LaGrange Symphony Orchestra during its annual Children’s Concerts….

A fun event for Fifth-graders in Troup County happened Tuesday January 24, 2017.  The LaGrange Symphony Orchestra sponsored a special musical appreciation session and invited all fifth…

Dr. Richard Prior’s orchestral composition A Canticle of Shadows is slated to premiere at Emory University, Emerson Concert Hall, tomorrow night January 20th at 8PM. It will…

LSO “LIGHT” CONCERT – BRILLIANT, DIVERSE, AND JOYFUL “My Favorite Concert yet”  “Loved it!”  “Terrific” It was a dark and rainy night in LaGrange, Georgia…

A HOT NOVEMBER NIGHT FOR LSO FIRE CONCERT! Presented with fond memories, and in celebration of the life of BOB CULBRETH, who has been a longtime member of…

  Along with a performance of great symphonic works from Elgar, Tchaikovsky and Bernstein, the LaGrange Symphony Orchestra will be joined by guest actors from…

AIR – LAGRANGE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA “perfectly beautiful” A considerable audience gathered for the LaGrange Symphony Orchestra 2016/17 Season opening concert entitled “AIR”. The first in…

Naming of the Dr. Werner A. Linz Emeritus Award. The LaGrange Symphony Orchestra Board of Directors honored long-time board member Dr. Werner Linz August 9,…

This will be a year to remember! Season opener WORLD PREMIERE! As the new President of the LaGrange Symphony Orchestra, I invite you to join…

Read all about it! The LaGrange Symphony Orchestra 2016/17 season brochure for ELEMENTAL FORCES has been released.  You may read it online or download and print, whichever is…

You’re in for a really sweet treat if you are going to the My Favorite Things Luncheon on Tuesday September 20th, 2016 in LaGrange, GA. Each…

That’s right!  The LaGrange Symphony Orchestra has been chosen to perform the World Premiere of Concerto for Flute and Orchestra.  This is an original work…

“A truly Grand Finale!” The LSO April concert, PASSION & POWER, was appropriately named.  Performed with intense feeling and strength, this concert was indeed a GRAND…

THE MARCH CONCERT, VARIATIONS, DEDICATED TO DEVOTED COMMUNITY MEMBER AND AVID LSO SUPPORTER, IS CAPTIVATING AND IMPRESSIVE! [Read more about this concert’s dedication to Major General Donald…

The weather was incredibly cold outside. Everyone was bundled up in massive winter coats, but January 23rd was warm and toasty inside Callaway Auditorium. The PoPs…

FULL HOUSE, FULL STAGE, FULL HEARTS, FULL EVENING December 15, 2015 marked the LaGrange Symphony Orchestra’s Christmas Celebration with Holiday Presence. Performed in front of a sold-out…

Legends of Fire was not for the faint of heart! “Expressive & Exciting” “Thrilling Dynamics!” These were a few comments made after the LSO’s November performance, which is the…

  Jessica Wu is shown as she received a well deserved standing ovation at the LSO October concert. “A terrific way to open the season!…

The mission of the LaGrange Symphony Orchestra is to enrich our community through music, connecting with audiences, creating memorable experiences, education programs and performance opportunities. The LaGrange Symphony Orchestra fulfills this mission when it provides cultural experiences, educational programs and performance opportunities.

GUIDING PRINCIPLES

Artistry
Present engaging and creative performances of the highest caliber thereby defining its role in the community and the broader region as a leader in the Arts.
Community
Develop, engage, expand and collaborate with audiences and various interest groups, including musicians, youth, parents, schools, current and potential symphony attendees, and others who benefit by providing quality music
Education
Inspire and engage the entire community, as well as to establish lifelong learning through exposure to symphonic music by providing, creating, and producing multiple programs that educate students and adults alike.
Sustainability
Manage the resource base available so that the quality of the Symphony and its programs ensure that the Orchestra shall be shared by all future generations.
Raylene
Raylene M. Carter
LaGrange Symphony Orchestra, Inc.
Executive Director

Like many arts organizations, the LaGrange Symphony Orchestra has been challenged by the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on our community, state, country, and the world.  Our hearts are heavy for the sadness and hardships faced by so many.  As you know, numerous concerts and events were at first postponed, and then cancelled as the crisis progressed.  This, in turn, created a mountain of accounting problems trying to figure out how to handle all the unused tickets. With sincere gratitude, we appreciate our LSO supporters who have weathered this storm with us and decided to donate the value of their unused tickets.  Although we continue to provide musical education to students through electronic platforms, some of our ensembles practice social distancing or are virtual.  We look forward to the time when our teachers can reintroduce full face-to-face direction.

Live Concerts?

While its true that nothing compares to a live musical performance – audibly, visually and emotionally, trying something new can be exciting and fun.  In this time of social distancing, the LSO is offering two new areas of programming this fall.   An hour-long weekly radio show on WELR Eagle 102.3 FM Tuesdays at 7:30 PM, and a new video podcast uploaded every week to our YouTube channel.  Stick with us, keep an open mind, and stay-tuned to see what other new things you may learn from this “unique” season.

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