Lansdowne Symphony Orchestra

The Lansdowne Symphony Orchestra is one of the oldest and most highly regarded community orchestras in the Philadelphia area. The orchestra’s season runs from October through April, performing five concerts.

Next Concert

Sunday, November 5, 3pm
Mendelssohn: Hebrides Overture (Fingal’s Cave)
Debussy: La mer
Dvorak: The Water Goblin
Ann Wyeth McCoy: Maine Summer
Berenice Robinson: Overture

Humble but talented, relaxed but passionate. – Philadelphia Inquirer​

Blundell leads shapely, animated performances…”  – Gramophone

..a professional-sounding community orchestra…  – The WholeNote

Lansdowne Symphony News and Events

American Prize Ernst Bacon Award

Lansdowne Symphony Orchestra wins The American Prize Ernst Bacon Memorial Award for the Performance of American Music The Lansdowne Symphony Orchestra, a community orchestra established in 1946 located in suburban Philadelphia, was honored with a Read more…

Lansdowne Symphony Other News

Lansdowne Symphony Reviews and on the Radio LSO releases its first CD. Check it out here! Read a review of our CD by David Rosenberg of Gramophone. Read another review of our CD, by Angus McPherson in Limelight. LSO played on Read more…