Music Heals
Inspired from our friends in the Johnstown Symphony in Western Pennsylvania, we offer playlists of music that have proved meaningful to LGSO musicians and audience during this challenging time. There are two ways to participate:

Listen: playlists will arrive in LGSO emails. You can also follow us on Facebook.

Submit: click here to let us know what pieces have inspired you during this time.
Mackenzie Tenuta, violin
I don't know about you, but I have been hearing a lot of this song recently, and there is a good reason why. It is a wonderful reminder that we are all living in the same world, and while we may not all have the same struggles, we are more alike than we are different. I chose this rendition not only because I am a Pentatonix fan, but their video and their arrangement bring something a little different to the song. *Headphones recommended*

Beethoven's 6th Symphony has always been calming for me, especially the first movement. It's a pastoral symphony, and for me it's quite successful at painting a picture of a peaceful countryside, which, during a time where we are largely stuck inside staring at snow, is a very welcome escape.