Lansdowne Symphony Orchestra wins The American Prize

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Lansdowne Symphony Orchestra wins The American Prize


The orchestra is the first-prize winner of The American Prize in Orchestral Performance. The American Prize is the nation’s most comprehensive series of contests in the performing arts. The orchestra won for its ground-breaking premiere recordings of works by American composers Priscilla Beach (1902-70), Linda Robbins Coleman and Alexandra Pierce (1934-2021), in collaboration with the Free Library of Philadelphia’s Fleisher Collection of Orchestral Music, New Focus Recordings and Naxos.

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