We are celebrating the LSO guiding principles of Artistry, Community, Education, and Sustainability through four strong concerts in our 2022/2023 series. These quality concerts will touch your heart with captivating themes, stimulating compositions, and larger-than-life performances that will be a joy to experience live. The music is also backed with a rich and interesting history, which we will share with you throughout the season.
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An excellent year with special guest artists at every concert!
Each concert in the 2022/23 lineup contains at least one distinguished guest artist. Five are shown above and there is actually a sixth! At our season finale concert we are additionally pleased to present the first-place winner of the 2023 LSO Young Artists Competition for strings. This event and announcement will take place in February 2023, and the subsequent public performance in April of 2023 will undoubtedly be magnificent.
You will notice that one artist is a narrator. Professional storyteller, actress, and educator Carol Cain will assist with the education repertoire section of our March family-oriented concert. The full repertoire is listed below in a closer look at our March concert. A few highlights are Williams: Star Wars, Anderson: Jazz Legato, and Badelt: Pirates of the Caribbean. Plus, March is also our annual side-by-side with the LSYO!
This is a robust series. We are so pleased to bring you this collection of music with such talented guest artists, and to present it all in Callaway Auditorium, once again.
TICKET ORDERING IS NOW OPEN THROUGH OUR BOX OFFICE – Contact us with your order two ways: email is email@example.com or telephone is 706.882.0662. To see all available pricing options for Adults, Students, and Youth please see page 4 of our 2022/23 Brochure HERE as well as a large image of the Callaway Auditorium seating chart HERE. While 12 and under are free, we still need to count them for seating, so please acknowledge their attendance in the ticketing.
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A Closer Look
SEPTEMBER 20, 2022
Grieg: Piano Concerto
with guest artist,
Brahms: Symphony No. 1
Widely regarded as “electrifying and unforgettable”, Indian-American pianist Vijay Venkatesh has been recognized on three continents as an artist with profound musicianship, sparkling virtuosity and an innate sense of partnership. He is hailed in critical review for his “dazzling pianism verging on the impossible, effortless technical command and authority with a sense of poetry and refinement that belies his years.”
NOVEMBER 1, 2022
Rossini: La Gazza Ladra
The Thieving Magpie Overture
Ralph Vaughan Williams: The Lark Ascending with guest artist,
Kerren Berz, violin
Beethoven: Symphony No. 6
Having appeared as guest concertmaster with the LSO, Kerren Berz returns to our stage as soloist. In addition to serving as concertmaster of the Columbus Symphony, Kerren has worked with a diverse range of artists as a violinist and arranger, including Kristian Bush (Sugarland), and is featured on albums by Outkast, Goodie Mob, Pink, Sinead O’Connor, and on the hit single “Survivor,” by Destiny’s Child. Kerren is also a voting member of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences.
MARCH 21, 2023
Rueff: Concerto for Alto Sax
with guest artist, 2021 YAC winner, Lindsay Welp
Education concert program repertoire includes:
Star War’s Main Title
In the Hall of the Mountain King
The Thrill of the Orchestra
John Philip Sousa:
Stars and Stripes Forever
Pirates of the Caribbean
–with guest narrator,
Lindsey Welp is a member of the award-winning saxophone quartet, Mixed Media, who received the Gold Medal in both the 2022 Coltman Chamber Music Competition and the 2022 Fischoff National Chamber Music Competition.
Carol Cain is a renowned storyteller and will narrate Russell Peck’s The Thrill of the Orchestra and other selections.
APRIL 25, 2023
Boulanger: D’un matin de printemps
with guest artist 2023 LSO Young Artists Competition first place winner
Symphony No. 3
with guest artist,
In addition to the winner of the 2023 Young Artists Competition held in February (this year for strings), we are delighted to welcome guest artist, organist Don Papenbrock, for Saint-Saëns Symphony No. 3, nicknamed the “Organ Symphony”. You will be amazed at the digital technology used to create the pipe organ sound that will fill Callaway Auditorium!
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