Learn more about the LaPorte County Symphony Orchestra. The orchestra has a rich and distinguished history dating back to its founding in 1972. Through the efforts of hundreds of volunteers and outstanding musicians, the organization has grown to be the artistic pillar of the community and a symbol of musical excellence. Learn more about the orchestra and the people who make the incredible events.
Enrich the cultural lives of people of all ages within and beyond La Porte County through the experience of live orchestral performance.
LCSO will be recognized as a major and unique cultural asset characterized by: Excellence, Diversity, Participation, Engagement, Education, & Collaboration.
The Orchestra's History
Learn about how the orchestra got its start and why it has become such a landmark organization in LaPorte County.
Learn about maestro Philip Bauman, the orchestra's conductor for 17 seasons.
Learn about the orchestra's Associate Conductor Charles Steck.
List of musicians that comprise the LaPorte County Symphony.
Learn about the dedicated staff that assist the orchestra. From the Executive Director to the Music Librarians, it takes many people to facilitate an orchestra's work.
Board of Directors
Learn who is driving the orchestra into the future with their dedication of time, and business expertise. Through the Board's leadership and vision, the orchestra has grown.
Friends of the Symphony
Learn about this organization that was formed to assist the La Porte County Symphony Orchestra in a number of ways. Join today!