Lansing Symphony Orchestra Announces 86TH SeasonThe Lansing Symphony Orchestra (LSO) is proud to announce their 86th season, continuing under Music Director and Conductor, Timothy Muffitt. This season will bring in world-renowned guest artists, feature classic works as well as contemporary pieces, and highlight Lansing’s own talented musicians. The year’s MasterWorks Series includes music from all over the world and features guest artists from all over the United States. Opening the season is local pianist, Ralph Votapek, performing works by American composer George Gershwin. Beginning the year 2016 is one of the world’s preeminent violinists, Rachel Barton Pine. Pine promises to deliver a breathtaking rendition of Bruch’s “Scottish Fantasy.” The 2015-2016 Pops Series kicks off with the traditional afternoon Holiday Pops concert, featuring Soprano Mara Bonde and the Arts Chorale of Greater Lansing. “Broadway Rocks!” will be a collaborative concert with local high school choirs joined by three guest vocalists performing Broadway music from popular musicals like “The Lion King,” “Mamma Mia,” “Rent” and “Hairspray.” For ticket information visit lansingsymphony.org.