Orchestras in Los Angeles County

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Orchestra Location
American Youth Symphony (Youth) Los Angeles
Asia America Symphony Rolling Hills Estates
Asia America Youth Symphony (Youth) Rolling Hills Estates
Antelope Valley Symphony Orchestra & Master Chorale Lancaster
Beach Cities Symphony Redondo Beach
Bellflower Symphony Orchestra Bellflower
Brentwood Westwood Symphony Orchestra Los Angeles
Burbank Philharmonic Orchestra Burbank
California Philharmonic Orchestra Arcadia
Calif. State University Northridge Youth Orchestra (Youth) Northridge
Chamber Orchestra of the South Bay Palos Verdes Peninsula
Claremont Concert Orchestra Claremont
Claremont Symphony Orchestra Claremont
Claremont Young Musicians Orchestra Claremont
Claremont Youth Symphony Orchestra (Youth) Claremont
Colburn School Orchestras (Youth) Los Angeles
Crown City Symphony Pasadena
Culver City Chamber Orchestra Culver City
Culver City Symphony Orchestra Culver City
Downey Symphony Orchestra Downey
Elemental Strings & Band (Youth) Santa Monica
Filipino-American Symphony Orchestra Glendale
Glendale College Community Orchestra Glendale
Glendale Philharmonic Orchestra
See Positive Motions Foundation
Glendale
Glendale Trio
See Positive Motions Foundation
Glendale
Glendale Youth Orchestra (Youth) Glendale
Golden State Pops Orchestra San Pedro (L.A.)
Hollywood Bowl Orchestra Hollywood
Hollywood Chamber Orchestra Hollywood
Hollywood Symphony Orchestra Hollywood
Junior Philharmonic Orchestra (Youth) Mid-Wilshire (L.A.)
La Mirada Symphony La Mirada
Lancaster Community Orchestra Lancaster
Long Beach Symphony Orchestra Long Beach
Los Angeles Cello Quartet
See Positive Motions Foundation
Glendale
Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra Los Angeles
Los Angeles Doctors Symphony Orchestra Los Angeles
Los Angeles Jewish Symphony Los Angeles
Los Angeles Layers Philharmonic Beverly Hills
Los Angeles Metropolitan Youth Orchestra (Youth) Rancho Palos Verdes
Los Angeles Philharmonic Los Angeles
Los Angeles Symphony Orchestra Los Angeles
Los Angeles Youth Orchestra (Youth) Encino
Meremblum Youth Orchestras La Crescenta
Multi Ethnic Star Orchestra (MESTO) West Los Angeles (L.A.)
Musica Angelica Baroque Orchestra Santa Monica
New Valley Symphony Orchestra Sherman Oaks
Olympia Philharmonic Society Arcadia
Olympia Youth Orchestra (Youth) Arcadia
Palisades Symphony Pacific Palisades
Palos Verdes Regional Symphony Orchestra Rancho Palos Verdes
Palos Verdes Symphonic Band Rancho Palos Verdes
Pasadena Community Orchestra Pasadena
Pasadena Symphony and Pops Pasadena
Pasadena Youth Symphony Orchestra (Youth) Pasadena
Peninsula Symphony Palos Verdes Peninsula
Pomona College Orchestra Claremont
Rio Hondo Symphony Whittier
San Fernando Valley Symphony Winnetka (L.A.)
Santa Cecilia Orchestra Los Angeles
Santa Clarita Valley Youth Orchestra (Youth) Valencia
Santa Monica College Symphony Orchestra Santa Monica
Santa Monica Symphony Orchestra Santa Monica
South Coast Youth Symphony Orchestra (Youth) Cerritos, Pomona, Mission Viejo
Southeast Symphony Los Angeles
Southwest Chamber Music Society Pasadena
Symphony in the Glen Los Angeles
Symphonic Jazz Orchestra Culver City
Topanga Symphony Topanga
USC Thornton School of Music Ensembles Los Angeles
Valley Symphony Orchestra Valley Glen (L.A.)
Verdugo Young Musicians Association (Youth) La Crescenta
West Covina Symphony Orchestra West Covina
Westside Youth Orchestra (Youth) West Los Angeles
Young Musicians Foundation (Youth) Beverly Hills


Founded in 1953, the Los Angeles Doctors Symphony Orchestra is one of the oldest community orchestras in the country originating in the health professions still presenting regular concerts. Although a number of its members are still health care professionals, many non-medical members are involved and invited to be involved. The orchestra holds benefit concerts on behalf of medical and mental health charities.


The Pasadena Youth Symphony Orchestra is one of the oldest youth orchestras in Southern California.


The Burbank Chorale, once known as the Burbank Choral Club, is one of the oldest musical organizations in California. It is the longest continuously performing arts organization in the San Fernando Valley. Beginning as a musical group associated with the Woman's Club of Burbank, it presented its first program in 1920. Not long afterwards, the group adopted the name Burbank Choral Club and, separating from the Women's Club, allowed men to join its membership.