The Long Beach Symphony Orchestra’s Balcony Club Social Lounge Returns Saturday

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Social LoungeThe Balcony Club Social Lounge is back and is offering a little bit of everything. From drink specials to plasma screen TVs, the Balcony Club is the perfect place for a younger generation of music-goers to socialize, hangout, and enjoy a striking performance.

The Balcony Club is spicing things up in classical music. Designed to entice a new generation of concert goers, the Balcony Club invites a younger generation to enjoy the Symphony with a more relaxed and social ambiance. Attendees can watch the Orchestra performance in the Terrace Theater or live on plasma screens within the Balcony Club venue. This is a classical music experience you don’t want to miss!

”I can’t wait for another night of the Balcony Club.” said Rick Berry, LBSO Director of Marketing. “Whether you’re a classical music fan or not, we invite you to join in on the social experience and have a night trying something new and refreshing as we redefine the classics once again!”

The LBSO Balcony Club will return this Saturday. The night will start with Villa-Lobos ‘s Sinfonietta No. 1 followed by Romero/Torroba’s Concierto de Malaga and Rodrigo’s Concierto de Aranjuez featuring Pepe Romero on guitar. The night will finish with Ginastera’s Variaciones Concertantes.

Tickets start at $20 and are available through the Long Beach Symphony Orchestra Box Office located at 555 E. Ocean Blvd., Suite 106 Long Beach, CA 90802,via phone at: 562-436-3203, ext. 1, or through

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About LBSO:

Established in 1935, the Long Beach Symphony Orchestra begins its 78th season in October 2012, led by Music Director Enrique Arturo Diemecke. Each year LBSO draws loyal audiences from the greater metro-coastal area to its six Classics concerts in the Terrace Theater, five Orchestra POPS! events in the Long Beach Arena and a holiday celebration concert in the Terrace Theater, plus intimate chamber music concerts at various locations in Long Beach. The Orchestra works with the Long Beach Unified School District to provide sequential, curriculum-based music education opportunities throughout the year. Through its comprehensive music education programs—including professional ensembles in elementary and middle schools and widely acclaimed Miller Foundation Symphony Concerts for Young People – the LBSO reaches more than 25,000 students a year.


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