The Lone Tree Symphony Orchestra Announces New Concertmaster
May 15, 2018 — Please join the LTSO in congratulating Natalie Hill on her selection as Concertmaster of the Lone Tree Symphony Orchestra. Natalie became Principal 2nd of the LTSO in 2012 and has provided great leadership to the violins during her tenure with the orchestra. Natalie not only has experience filling in as Concertmaster with the LTSO but she is also Concertmaster of the Mercury Ensemble Chamber Orchestra, and has been a substitute Concertmaster for both the Evergreen Chamber Orchestra and the Parker Symphony. In addition to these leadership positions, she frequently subs with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra and the Colorado Ballet Orchestra.
Per our Music Director, Jacinda Bouton, “I am thrilled to have someone with Natalie’s experience in the position of Concertmaster. Please help me congratulate Natalie as she moves into her new role.”
— The Denver Post May 5, 2013 —“One of the best things to come out of the opening of the Lone Tree Arts Center three years ago is that the venue has given the Lone Tree Symphony Orchestra a stable and acoustically friendly place to play music. Few community orchestras in Colorado have it so good.
The ensemble has risen to the occasion with patron-pleasing programming worthy of its new space.”