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Lubbock Symphony Orchestra celebrates 71st season

Lubbock Symphony Orchestra celebrates 71st season Lubbock Symphony Orchestra celebrates 71st season
LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

The Lubbock Symphony Orchestra is celebrating its 71st season as a professional, non-profit orchestra. 

This year's theme is Imagine: Our Music, Your Canvas. 

This season, the orchestra will examine the history of the music and its relationship with art. 

For example, for a piece like "Pictures at an Exhibition" by Mussorgsky, which is part of the second Masterworks concert in November, there is a connection between art and the music it inspired. 

Galen Wixson, CEO and President of the Lubbock Symphony Orchestra, said the season offers a submersion experience of diverse music in the broader context of art. 

Click here to purchase tickets and learn more about the Lubbock Symphony Orchestra and its 71st season.

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