Lowell Philharmonic Orchestra

Inspiring the greater Lowell community with quality musical performances since 1987, the Lowell Philharmonic Orchestra continues to provide audiences with lively classical and pops music each season. We offer casual, lighthearted concerts, making audiences of all ages comfortable and engaged.

Comprised of passionate semi-professional and amateur musicians, the LPO not only offers an outlet for local talent, but fosters future generations of musicians and music lovers by actively encouraging area youth to become involved with local music. The LPO enriches youth through the appreciation of concerts, skill development, and showcasing local young musicians’ excellence.

Upcoming Family Concert!

March 4, 2:00 Pm at the lOwell Catholic High School Gym 530 Steven's Street

Dress as your favorite Fairytale Character and receive FREE ADMISSION

Normal Admission is $10 adult, $8 Senior Citizen, $5 Child or Student (with ID)

Please join us for our Spotlight on Youth Family Concert.  This concert is perfect all young aspiring musicians!  Come and enjoy as we bring back favorites from the past and new favorites from the present!  After the concert there will be a 30 minute Meet the Instruments where the audience can interact with the LPO musicians and get a closer look at the instruments.  Featuring:

Music from disney's Frozen

A fun medley of your favorite Elsa and Anna pieces including " Let it Go", "Do You Want to Build a Snowman", "For the First Time in Forever", "In the Summer", and "Frozen Heart".

Rossini's Overture to The Barber of Seville

You will find yourself tapping your foot to this popular tune featured in the Bugs Bunny cartoon where he gives Elmer Fudd a "haircut".

Danse Macabre by Camille Saint-Saëns

Let yourself get whisked away by the enchanting violin playing of "Death" (Played by our concert master Michelle Kaczowka) waking the dead to dance until the rooster crows at dawn.

MOZART'S first movement to the DIVERTIMENTO in D

Local young musicians will be joining us for this piece.

Skater's Waltz, Over the Rainbow, and the first movement of Schumann's First Symphony