Liberty Symphony Orchestra

As a full symphonic orchestra, the Liberty Symphony performs a season of four principal concerts, including a children’s concert and an oratorio concert with the Jewell choirs. The Liberty Symphony is known in the Kansas City area as one of its finest community orchestras. It was formed in 1971, by founding conductor Dr. Phillip Posey, now professor emeritus, and the assistance of William Jewell.

How can I join?

The LSO is open by audition to wind, percussion and string players, subject to their teacher’s recommendation and the instrumentation needs of the orchestra.

Contact Information

Dr. Langston Hemenway, Associate Professor of Music; Director of Instrumental Studies