Due to the continuing COVID-19 crisis, all 2020/21 Long Beach Symphony Classical and Pops concerts are postponed to the 2021/22 season.

The two remaining Pops concerts from the 2019/20 season (Broadway Blockbusters and A Night of Symphonic Rock) are canceled.

The Violins of Hope performances are postponed to the 2021/22 season. 

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Due to the continuing COVID-19 crisis, all 2020/21 Long Beach Symphony Classical and Pops concerts are postponed to the 2021/22 season.

The two remaining Pops concerts from the 2019/20 season (Broadway Blockbusters and A Night of Symphonic Rock) are canceled.

The Violins of Hope performances are postponed to the 2021/22 season. 

LEARN MORE

Upcoming Shows

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Musically Speaking

Long Beach Symphony presents Musically Speaking, a new virtual series hosted by Music Director Eckart Preu! Join Maestro Preu for this FREE series of engaging virtual discussions that explore relevant topics in music today including diversity in music, breaking the glass ceiling, and the intriguing lives …

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Symphony Concerts for Young People

Toyota Youth Concerts

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.

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Invest in the Arts

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.

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