Lone Tree Symphony Orchestra

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General Information

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Official Name
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Former Name(s)
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Acronym
LTSO
Date Established
2000
Offers Additional Colorado State Tax Credit
None
Tax ID
31-1804066
Addresses
Headquarters Address
9705 SUNSET HILL DR
Lone Tree, CO 80124
Colorado Location
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Phone/Fax
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Other Phone Number
303-909-6268
Web/Email
Email
executivedirector@lonetreesymphony.org
Website
lonetreesymphony.org/
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Mission Statement

The mission of the Lone Tree Symphony is to be a first-class community orchestra performing orchestral music in the City of Lone Tree and the South Metro area, to enable musicians to perform orchestral music to a high standard, and to enrich the lives of community members through music.

Organization History

The Lone Tree Symphony was founded in 2000 by local musicians who wanted to bring classical music to the community. Since its founding, the orchestra has steadily grown, both in terms of membership and musicianship, and the audience has steadily grown. For its first eleven seasons, the orchestra performed at Cornerstone Church in Lone Tree, but with the opening of the Lone Tree Arts Center in 2011, it moved to that location. The orchestra has introduced thousands of South Metro residents to classical music. Maestra Jacinda Bouton has been Music Director and Conductor of the Lone Tree Symphony since its inception.

Testimonials

"One of the best things to come out of the opening of the Lone Tree Arts Center three years ago is that the venue has given the Lone Tree Symphony Orchestra a stable and acoustically friendly place to play music. Few community orchestras in Colorado have it so good.

"The ensemble has risen to the occasion with patron-pleasing programming worthy of its new space."

- The Denver Post May 5, 2013 -

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