Due to Coronavirus guidelines, Lompoc Concert Association’s 2020-2021 season bookings have been cancelled. The safety and health of concert goers and artists must be foremost in planning, but LCA’s Board looks forward to the time when we can resume live music performances in Lompoc.

We continue to hope that it will be possible to reschedule the two Spring 2020 performances that were postponed this past March: flutist Jeannine Goeckeritz, with piano accompaniment, and A Night at the Movies, featuring Christian Elliott at the organ for a viewing of the silent film Ella Cinders.

If LCA can safely provide live entertainment in Spring 2021, both performances will be presented free of charge to our 2019-2020 season ticket holders, and single event tickets will also be available.

In the meantime, the LCA Board extends all good wishes for your health and safety, and hopes that you are finding ways to enjoy music.


Welcome to the official website of the Lompoc Concert Association. The purpose of this non-profit organization is to foster and encourage public appreciation of the live arts and the teaching of music and the history of music. It is also here to promote interest in live performance and to encourage the performance of live music by qualified artists. This association also builds and maintains a permanent concert audience in Lompoc, California and its surrounding areas.

Mission Statement

LCA fosters appreciation of the musical arts by bringing national and international performers to Lompoc through our annual series of affordable concerts and by providing educational outreach.

Upcoming Events

Take 3 Music
Current Season

Take 3—
September 14, 2019

Genre-bending piano trio, Take3, brings the refinement of a rigorous classical background and mixes it with rock star charisma. Acclaimed as soloists, the artists’ training at the Colburn School and Juilliard ignited a passion for musical exploration. The trio is known for adrenaline-charged live performances of classical, movie, tango, pop and oldies hits and for their dynamic music videos.

Current Season

Vieness Duo⁠—
November 16, 2019

Vieness Piano Duo, Eva Schaumkell and Vijay Venkatesh, brings four hands to one piano in a diverse program that combines classical repertoire and contemporary music. International prize winners as solo artists, they want to reach both experienced music lovers and people who are new to the music world. “Impeccable synchronized timing…wore their hearts on their sleeves and took many of us along to rejoice with them” – Pasadena Star News www.vienesspianoduo.com

Adam Degraff
Current Season

Adam DeGraff—
February 7, 2020

Adam DeGraff is a classically trained American violinist, composer, producer, educator, and farmer. His experimentation with rock violin using a programmable looping station has catapulted him into the realm of NFL halftime shows, U.S. Presidents, and at some of the most prestigious concert venues on the planet. A pyrotechnic fiddler “Violin driven indie rock at its BEST!” – reddit.com www.adamdegraff.com

Current Season

Jeannine Goeckeritz—
March 13, 2020

Jeannine Goeckeritz is an internationally renowned flutist known for her rich signature sound. A highly sought-after performing and recording artist, she can be heard on movie soundtracks, TV broadcasts, Broadway scores, and her YouTube channel. She is principal flutist with the Orchestra at Temple Square, Salt Lake City and performs with piano. “… her sound is lovely and expressive.” – Flute Talk Magazine www.jeanninegoeckeritz.com

Current Season

A Night at the Movies—
April 25, 2020

Popular silent film star Colleen Moore plays the lead in the romantic comedy, Ella Cinders. Christian Elliott, recognized as Organist of the Year by the American Theatre Organ Society in 2009, elevates the action and the fun, performing nonstop during the film. His recreations of silent film scores place his work scoring and accompanying them in high demand. www.christianelliott.com