Gators on the Geaux...

The Lake Charles Symphony is releasing the Gators on the Geaux once again.


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Next Performance:


Join the Lake Charles Symphony for

Sundays with the Symphony


Our next concert will be on Sunday, November 21st and will feature the musical talents of pianist Lina Morita as well as Sarah Perkins on violin


Enjoy a lovely afternoon of romantic masterworks by Johannes Brahms. Come be transported into the private world of Brahms as we explore some of his popular sonatas.


Join us at 4:00 p.m. at St. Luke-Simpson United Methodist Church for this unique chamber concert. For more information, or to purchase tickets, please click here.




Support Your Symphony


2020 has definitely been an unforgettable year. Due to the impact of COVID-19 and back-to-back hurricanes, the Lake Charles Symphony has been unable to fully sell tickets to our 2020-21 season concerts and forced us to cancel our fundraisers.


Our board has worked diligently to plan our 2021/22 concert season, but with these cancellations, the Lake Charles Symphony is at a deficit. Everyone has been effected by the recent hurricanes and COVID-19. Especially nonprofits that depend on fundraising and community support to keep their doors open. With damage to our homes and community, stay-at-home orders and social distancing taking a toll on community events and in-person fundraisers, the Lake Charles Symphony is turning to a virtual fundraiser to sustain our programs while ensuring that our communities, donors and volunteers stay safe. Please consider making a donation to sustain the Lake Charles Symphony or become a Season Member today!!



Music connects us all. The Lake Charles Symphony is a cornerstone of Southwest Louisiana’s heritage and culture. Your Symphony is social, thrilling and inspiring, and—above all—it permeates everything around us. Music is a truly communal experience that stops time while transporting you back in time to witness the great musical masters at work.


With the creative style and leadership Maestro Chelsea Tipton II, and guest conductor William G. Rose, the Lake Charles Symphony marks its 64th season with new and exciting concert programs celebrating the variety of talent in Southwest Louisiana.  The Lake Charles Symphony will continue to engage the community, showing the social side of the Symphony and encouraging you to learn more about our palette of culture and art.


To purchase a season membership or individual concert tickets and secure your spot in this exciting season today, click here!



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