This concert is presented as part of Violins of Hope Los Angeles County, a region-wide dialogue about music, art, social justice and free expression. On this evening, our Symphony musicians will perform with instruments from the Violins of Hope collection. These instruments were played by Jewish musicians during The Holocaust. …Read More >
Each year, fourth- and fifth-grade students of the Long Beach Unified School District and select Wilmington schools look forward to their musical field trip to the Symphony’s home venue, the Terrace Theater at the Performing Arts Center in downtown Long Beach.Learn More >
Long Beach Symphony under its Music Director, Eckart Preu is proud to announce its new 2019-2020 season with six Classical Series concerts and five POPS! Series concerts. For our Classical Series, Maestro Eckart Preu has put together a season that will touch the soul, open one’s mind and entertain audiences with beloved masterworks, as well as intriguing new works. The POPS! Series features music by Sondheim & Lloyd Webber, performances from Lucia Micarelli, The Copa Boys, and more!View the entire season >
Music and the arts are powerful catalysts for the quality of life, culture, and economy within local communities. The Long Beach Symphony is proud of its role, using music to help realize the full potential of our young citizens, enriching the lives of individuals of all ages and contributing to the well-being of our community.
The Symphony's goal is to continue the long tradition started in 1934, a tradition of making music for the city and neighboring communities, of bringing people together to be entertained, stimulated and even challenged by the music.