“MSO Presents…” Concerts

These exciting NEW events feature solo or ensemble performers from the MSO!


“Elizabeth O’Bannon”       September 26, 2019       7:00pm       Glenwood Medical Mall, West Monroe

The MSO Concertmaster presents a solo violin performance, including a mixture of pop, classical, Broadway and recognizable music from Americana!

This performance will be lively, interactive, and extremely FUN!  Come early for a complimentary reception!


“Holiday Brass, featuring Lagniappe Brass”       December 3, 2019        7:00pm        Grace Episcopal Church, Monroe

Lagniappe Brass kicks off the holiday season in style, with an ensemble performance that will include holiday arrangements of well-known and loved tunes; also includes special guest, Dr. Richard Seiler, organ. This highly anticipated event will fill up FAST, so be sure to grab extra tickets!


“Justin Havard”        January 16, 2020            7:00pm       Northminster Church, Monroe

ULM Voice and Piano faculty member Justin Havard performs a solo event on the piano. A wide arrangement of styles, genres, and interactions with the audience will make the cold January night come alive! Be sure to grab extra tickets for your piano students and friends who enjoy live performances!


“MSO String Quartet & Mel Mobley”    February 20,2020          7:00pm              Biedenharn Recital Hall, ULM

The series finale features two spectacular performances! First, four players from the orchestra present a half hour of classical string favorites. For the classical enthusiast, this is a night you will not want to miss! Dr. Mel Mobley, the MSO’s principal percussionist, presents a second half of exciting musical pieces, including a composition for string quartet and marimba!

“MSO Presents…” Tickets – $50  (series package)

includes ticket to each of the four “MSO Presents…” Concerts

Programs of the Monroe Symphony Orchestra are supported, in part, by grants from the Louisiana Division of the Arts, Office of Cultural Development, Department of Culture, Recreation, and Tourism, in coorporation with the Louisiana State Arts Council, as administered by the Northeast Louisiana Arts Council.