Things to Do
There are many ways to become involved with the Lansing Symphony Orchestra, in addition to attending concerts. Why not try one out today?
Have some time to share? Find out about all the different ways you can volunteer for the LSO by emailing Sal@LansingSymphony.org or calling (517) 487-5001!
Make the Lansing Symphony a part of your online community! Stay up to date with concert information, exciting news from the orchestra world, insider information on guest artists and much more. "Like" us on Facebook or "Follow" us on Twitter ... and don't forget to invite your friends to do the same!
Throughout the year, East Lansing's own WKAR broadcasts recordings of our performances. Relive the excitement of a Lansing Symphony performance through your radio at 90.5FM or online at www.wkar.org. Click here for a full schedule of broadcasts.
Lansing Town Hall was organized by a group of women in 1953 to raise funds for the Lansing Symphony Orchestra. Since then, Lansing audiences have enjoyed some of the finest programs available on the lecture circuit today. Check out the schedule and subscribe to support the LSO!
Founded in 1947, ProSymphony was the first organized women's group to support the Lansing Symphony Orchestra, and made the initial contribution to the Symphony Endowment Fund. ProSymphony's services include hosting rehearsal coffees for the orchestra and providing greeters at MasterWorks concerts and ushers for the LSO Youth Concerts. ProSymphony also hosts an Annual Geranium Sale Fundraiser which raises thousands of dollars for the LSO's Educational and Orchestral programs.
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